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    Posted on 09-22-2014 03:01 PM  Number of Views: 95 
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    Menbailee just released his new fanedit Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 8
    The three movies featuring the Enterprise-E appear in the format they always deserved: as episodes in an 8th season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, as if it had aired on premium cable following the finale of Deep Space 9.
    Each episode lasts one hour. Tone and characterization attempts to hew more closely to the show, unnecessary subplots and characters have been dropped, and the franchise concludes on a significantly different note.

    Menbailee:
    "I wanted to create a more satisfying conclusion for the Star Trek: TNG characters and franchise than the movies originally offered. The TNG movies (even First Contact) never felt so much like movies as glorified episodes, and for fans like myself, disappointing episodes at that. However, beneath the many frustrating elements, each movie contained enough solid material for an hour-long story. I tried to bring out that story and to give our central characters the justice they were due."



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    Posted on 09-22-2014 02:31 PM  Number of Views: 108 
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    Jerick just released his second Matrix fanedit The Matrix Revolutions Decoded
    "The Matrix Revolutions Decoded" presents a complete and focused narrative executed in the same run time as the original "Matrix" while unveiling a brand new and more satisfying conclusion to the Matrix saga. Over 2 and a half hours have been removed from the original source material without logical gaps or jump cuts. Say goodbye to Link's family, farewell to Bane, c'est la vie to the new Oracle, adios to all the boring elements of Zion!

    Jerick:
    "I'll always feel like the storyline of The Matrix sequels was poorly told, but I am convinced that these movies did in fact have a strong story hidden underneath. Themes of control, power, science, faith, purpose vs programming, man vs machine, choice vs causality all resonate strongly in sequels to "The Matrix" but are unfortunately lost among a sea of unnecessary sequences, silly movie twists, and psuedoscience."



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    Posted on 09-15-2014 02:09 PM  Number of Views: 177 
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    TM2YC just released his new fanedit The Brothers Grimm: The Fairytale Workprint
    Using all the available 'Deleted Material' and hints provided in Terry's Director's Commentary, TM2YC tries to bring this film a little closer to the longer, less mainstream and crazier cut that Terry originally might have wished to have seen the light of day.

    TM2YC:
    "The available 'Deleted Material' was excellent but only available in a very poor and largely unfinished state. So as much as was possible, I've tried to finish VisFX, complete the Soundmix and Colour-Grade the footage to match the body of the movie. However, the scenes are still in a less than perfect state, which is why I call this... "The Fairytale Workprint""



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    Posted on 09-15-2014 02:04 PM  Number of Views: 158 
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    BionicBob just released his new "Cyborg" fanedit Cyborg 7: Death From Venus
    This is a fanedit of the TV series The Six Million Dollar man, "faster and more intense" as would say a well known bearded one.


    BionicBob:
    "For Death From Venus, I wanted to create the episode I "remembered" rather than the episode that actually exists...LOL! I wanted something that moved at a faster, tension filled pace with a greater sense of jeopardy. So I removed all filler subplots and kept the focus on Steve battling the Venus Probe. Also, to up the threat level, this DEATH Probe actually will and does KILL.
    Bonus Feature:
    Revenge Of The Death Probe
    It's back!!! The Death Probe returns to wreak havoc and once again our weary bionic hero must give chase and stop the marauding machine!"





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    Posted on 09-09-2014 03:37 PM  Number of Views: 354 
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    ranger613 just released a new fanedit The Hobbit: Into the Fire
    This is a second version of ranger613's fanedit The Hobbit: Fire of the Dragon.
    No barrel gymnastics. No molten gold this time.

    ranger613:
    ""Fire of the Dragon" is an earlier edit of this film, where I cut out all the extra made-up-for-the movie padding that stretched a perfectly good 2 hour movie into almost three.
    However, I strongly agree with a lot of the criticism of both the original film and my first cut, in that these things (1) were a little over-the-top at times, and (2) still never happened in the book. So I decided to go ahead and make further changes to produce a "purist cut" of the movie. Instead of just being a watered down version of "Dragon", I trimmed more, reordered certain scenes, and made a new opening for it, as well as a new title.
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    Posted on 09-08-2014 04:09 PM  Number of Views: 293 
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    MusicEd921 just released his second Firefly fanedit Serenity Chronicles II: War Stories
    After the fanedit Serenity Chronicles I: Firefly, this second chapter in the Serenity Chronicles finds the Firefly crew harboring two Alliance fugitives and looking for any job they can find to keep their ship flying. The more time they spend hiding from the Alliance, the more Simon Tam fears for his sister River's mental stability as she begins to show signs of aggression that could endanger everyone on board.

    MusicEd921:
    "For this entry, I wanted to combine one of the bigger storylines of the show that involved the ruthless Niska and also gave more insight into Mal and Zoe's experiences in the Battle of Serenity Valley. These episodes lead into the grand finale, Serenity the movie.
    It is difficult to do this kind of edit and not have it feel very episodic. This was certainly the trickiest of the trilogy, but I hope that you still enjoy the story I am hoping to tell with this trilogy.
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    Posted on 09-01-2014 03:25 AM  Number of Views: 382 
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    Inline ImageRanger613 has won his second 'favorite edit of the month' in a row, this time for the month of July with his fanedit Blade Runner: Tears in the Rain. Big Congratulations, Ranger613, and thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit that month and to all the people who voted for this contest.

    "Tears in the Rain" is a vastly different version of the film, which serves as an alternate look at Ridley Scott's masterpiece, not an extension of the original. It focuses more on the Replicants and their quest to meet their maker. Rick Deckard is presented as a competent determined hunter and killer (unlike the relatively insecure counterpart in the original), in many ways an antagonist-- this is a world where Replicants are outlawed and killed on identification. They attack only when cornered, but mean no harm to humans. Not unless they can help it... This film is presented in high contrast black and white to accentuate the noir feel of the original. Trimmed down and fast paced, I hope this edit will intrigue, excite and entice fans of the original and new viewers alike.

    Ranger613:
    "Blade Runner is one of (if not) my favorite films. I created this edit to give myself and other fans a new way of experiencing the material. This is not an improvement over the original, nor a slightly different version like the "Director's" or "Workprint" edition to the "Final Cut". I wanted a reorganized, unique and novel way of watching this classic, and with this edit I think I have achieved that. I also wanted to see how the film would look in black and white, and feel the noir atmosphere really comes across well in black and white. I provided a sample clip below."

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