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    Posted on 05-29-2014 03:31 PM  Number of Views: 445 
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    Avid 4D just released his new Superman fanedit:The Superman returns
    The Superman Returns is a fanedit of Superman returns and a sequel to The Superman and The Superman Of Krypton Edits; It removes the depressing "sad-sack-man" depicted in the theatrical release, and also the kid. This edit aims to build tension throughout the movie, rather than peaking early with the plane rescue scene before spiraling into boredom.

    Avid 4D:
    "I wanted to use the 5 movies from the Superman franchise and make a new trilogy that is full of action and excitement. Each is geared to pack a lot in for the Man of Steel, and Superman Returns always needed a big helping hand to make it watchable, rather than put you to sleep!"





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    Posted on 05-29-2014 03:25 PM  Number of Views: 319 
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    HanShotFirst just released a special project edit:The Crow: Devil's Night
    A simple, but effective, black & white version of The Crow. The flashbacks to Eric's life have been left in color. A few seconds of film have been cut overall, and some audio, including all of Sarah's voice-over narration.

    HanShotFirst:
    "I love The Crow, but always thought it would be cool to see in black & white. I think the Gothic nature of the character fits in well with a shadowy monochrome film noir look. I was also inspired but the B&W of the original comic, and an interview in the Blu-ray extras in which Brandon Lee states how much he would have loved to make the Crow a B&W film."



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    Posted on 05-26-2014 02:53 PM  Number of Views: 229 
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    TM2YC just released a new fanedit London
    This is a fanedit of the TV series Moses Jones. It tries to focus the narrative solely on the two Cops Moses and Dan and only introduce the secondary characters when our two leads meet them. Unlike in the original, we the viewer will uncover the facts of the murder, as Moses and Dan are uncovering them... we will almost exclusively, only see what they see.

    TM2YC:
    "When I first saw the 3-part/3-hour 2009 'Moses Jones' BBC mini-series, I was blown away by how good it was. However, it was not what I had expected from the promotional material, it was a multi-layered, multi-character exploration of immigrant identity. But I'd thought it would be a familiar Police Drama, focusing primarily on the two Cops played by Shaun Parkes and Matt Smith. So this is my attempt to create the movie that I'd expected.
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    Posted on 05-05-2014 12:22 PM  Number of Views: 331 
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    MusicEd921 just released his new fanedit:Superman: Up, Up and Away Edition
    this edition focuses primarily on Kal El's journey from boy to man and from man to Superman without the appearance of the three Kryptonian outlaws, constant bickering between Lex Luthor and his henchman Otis, why Clark shouldn't use the word "swell," a complimentary pimp, a voice over of Lois' inner thoughts, and without the need to turn back time. Richard Donner presented us with a classic tale for the ages

    MusicEd921:
    "I've always loved Superman. That being said, my first foray into the Superman films was with Superman II. After seeing that and then seeing Superman I, I felt a little let down. With a quick touch up of pacing and taking out a few things that bothered me, I feel like I have made the version of the movie that others as well as myself can enjoy.
    My intention was to touch up the first Superman movie. In my opinion, it needed to be a standalone film. I took out anything that hints at a sequel. I wanted the focus to be on Superman's origin and his relationship with Lois. It would've felt too crowded with the inclusion of the Kryptonions in my opinion."



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    Posted on 04-21-2014 03:09 PM  Number of Views: 360 
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    Bionic Bob just released his new "Cyborg" fanedit:Cyborg 6: Eve of Destruction
    This fanedit makes two Bionic Woman's episodes into one movie.

    Bionic Bob:
    "This two part episode is pretty much perfect in its original form. But I wanted to try something new creatively, so I have added the classic protest song Eve of Destruction to three scenes to try to add another/different layer of drama. This idea was directly inspired by one of my favorite tv shows as a teen, The Greatest American Hero "Operation Spoilsport", which incorporated the same song in its doomsday storyline.

    BONUS FEATURE: The Six Million Dollar Man must save a Soviet Scientist from an earthquake ravaged secret underground base before it is destroyed by a nuclear bomb! This is the original inspiration for "Doomsday is Tomorrow" and prequel to THE DEATH PROBE!"




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    Posted on 04-21-2014 03:02 PM  Number of Views: 236 
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    Avid 4D just released his new Superman fanedit:The Superman of Krypton
    This is the sequel to Avid 4D's first fan edit The Superman. It takes the best components of Superman III and IV, and parts of Superman II that weren't used in The Superman, to create a story that provides links to the first film, bridges to the third film, with more urgency on the threat of nuclear terrorism and less silly humor.

    Avid 4D:
    "Superman III had a lot of potential, and even parts of IV could have been great if not for the terrible script and even worse special effects. The Superman of Krypton is a project aiming to provide a lot of action and more seriousness. The bad special effects couldn't always be masked, nor could the aging of Margot Kidder as Lois Lane, but there are still some scenes that are truly great from these films. There is a lot going on in this relatively short movie of 135 mins, but hey, only a Super-man could possibly save the day when that happens! "




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    Posted on 04-14-2014 02:32 PM  Number of Views: 621 
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    Q2 just released a new fanedit: Clone Wars: Episode I - Rise of the Separatists. This is the first "Tv-series to movie" fanedit turning the Clone Wars TV series into a trilogy of movies.

    Q2:
    "I wanted to condense The Clone Wars TV series into a trilogy of films bridging that gap between Episodes II and III."




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