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    Posted on 10-27-2013 08:43 AM  Number of Views: 1149 
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    It's been about 2 years since the last fanedit by Uncanny Antman. We're happy to have a new one this month! :Daredevil: The Man Without Fear
    No flashback structure. No voice-overs. Altered POV shots. Far less crummy CGI and wirework.

    Uncanny Antman:
    "I was hoping that somewhere between the bad theatrical cut and the better director's cut there might be a pretty good film."



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    Posted on 10-27-2013 08:35 AM  Number of Views: 348 
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    Siebener just released the third volume of his special Radio show Superman project: The Kryptonite Saga Vol. 3 - Atom Man in Metropolis
    This is the third volume of a series of fanedits of the (1940 to 1950) radio show "The Adventures of Superman". Follow the story with a smoother listening experience.

    Siebener:
    "Atom Man in Metropolis is a story arc spanning 19 episodes. The original episodes have a running time of about 12 minutes, including an intro and an outro, a commercial break and recaps, as well as many drawn-out scenes of repetitive or expositional dialog. In order to enhance the pacing I removed all of the unnecessary stuff, rearranged bits of dialog, and cut some episodes almost entirely. I also added music, which the originals didn't have at all, and several sound effects.
    Intention:
    I wanted to enhance the pacing and create a smoother listening experience. The sound quality of the original files is a little rough at times, and since the show was recorded with only one microphone the volume levels of the actors tend to vary. I tried to fix most of it, but it's still audible. Try to enjoy the nostalgic feel of it."


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    Posted on 10-20-2013 12:04 PM  Number of Views: 412 
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    steFANedit presents you his new horror fanedit:Comorbid
    This is The Lords of Salem, now told as a silent film, in black&white. The story is quite different. And with that more interesting.

    steFANedit:
    "The Lords of Salem had some cool ideas but ultimately ended up feeling like Rob Zombie phoned it it. Like he ran out of money and instead of trying to raise some more he just edited together what he had and called it a movie. Reading the original screenplay only confirm this.
    Now, I just want to say that I did not try to recreate the original screenplay but what I did try to create, and what I felt Rob Zombie's movie were lacking, was a story that made you care about Heidi Hawthorne; a girl despite her troubled past tries to make ends meet only to see it all spiral out of control."


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    Posted on 10-13-2013 02:22 PM  Number of Views: 1280 
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    David Kerin presents you his new original Galactica fanedit:Battlestar Galactica Brothers of Man
    Battlestar Galactica: Brothers of Man edits the original episodes Greetings from Earth, Baltar's Escape and Experiment in Terra into a single storyline encompassing the "Terra" story arc.

    David Kerin:
    "Wanted to see if it was possible to combine the three Terra episodes into a single cohesive story. This edit works to remove much of the silliness from the episodes, such as Hector and Vector (as much as possible), and give a dramatic telling that fits more with the feel and mythology of Battlestar Galactica.
    Created new CGI FX and new dialogue/voice over to aid in telling the story."




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    Posted on 10-13-2013 02:16 PM  Number of Views: 543 
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    Neglify presents you his new “Quick Fix” fanedit:The Frighteners Recut
    Main goal was to tighten up the pacing in the Director’s Cut.

    Neglify:
    "Overall I prefer the Theatrical Cut but the DC has some nice additions. I focused mainly on cutting unfunny humor and lame scenes.
    This is the third in my “Quick Fix” series. QuickFixes are simple fanedits of films I enjoy. The primary intention is to trim the movie here and there to improve pacing, tone or characters. These aren’t edits that substantially fix a bad movie. If you don’t like the source movie you won’t care for this fanedit."

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    Posted on 10-06-2013 08:27 AM  Number of Views: 535 
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    LastSurvivor presents you his long awaited Rambo Project:Rambo - A Warrior's Journey
    Splitting the four Rambo films into 8 episodic stories which run approximately 40 minutes each, the intention is to try and make it feel like a TV series with an 80's feel to it.

    LastSurvivor:
    "The purpose of the edit is to tell the journey of US soldier John Rambo after he returns from the Vietnam war, starting of course with his run in with Sheriff Teasle in the “quiet” town of Hope, through a 26 year journey which ends with the civil war in Burma.
    There's an original title sequence, which includes a specially remixed version of one of Jerry Goldsmith's most iconic Rambo themes, plus there are 2 TV spots per episode which have been contributed by some of the best faneditors on the planet.
    In no way do I intend this edit as any kind of "replacement" for the films as they stand. The hope would be simply that it's a fun alternative way to experience the Rambo story. So, put on your bandana, crack open a 6 pack or two and settle in for an action packed TV extravaganza.



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    Posted on 10-06-2013 08:18 AM  Number of Views: 952 
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    Tomahawk just released his new fanedit:Superman Returned - A Tomahawk Re-Edit
    This is Superman Returns closer to that which we were told we were going to get.
    30 minutes cut, 16 minutes added.

    Tomahawk:
    "If it is possible for a Director's overall vision to be obscured by focusing too much on the smaller parts and not the whole, then it may be possible to hone that focus back on to the original vision through effective editorial changes. My intention was to elevate Superman Returns to be the story closer to that which we were told we were going to get. By removing superfluous threads, reducing the bloated runtime, and reorganising, and thus highlighting, some of the action scenes (of which there are more than people seem to realise), I hope that Bryan Singer's vision for this story becomes clearer."



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