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    Posted on 01-12-2014 10:05 AM  Number of Views: 252 
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    Matrixgrindhouse presents a new short fanedit:Fear and Loathing in Fantasy Mission Force
    This is a condensed version of Fantasy Mission Force (Mi ni te gong dui) (1982)

    Matrixgrindhouse:
    "Brief Synopsis:
    It's the height of World War II. Or possibly the early 1980s. A group of elite commandos - or possibly test subjects - have been administered the latest in psychotropic drugs. They embark on an odyssey of a mission/hallucination. This footage represents the only known documentation of the event, as perceived by the test subjects / operatives. Caution: contains graphic violence and strong language. And nudity - I think. I'm not entirely certain about that last one.
    Intention:
    Inspired by TM2YC's Star Wars Holiday Special edit - and made with his blessing - this is my attempt to condense the strangest movie I've ever seen into twenty minutes, highlighting the sheer madness of it all. No footage has been altered in terms of visuals, sound, or speed. Only duration, sequence of events, and frequency of events have been altered. Less than you'd think from watching it. It really is that odd.".

    You can watch the edit in the video section of its IFDB page HERE

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    Posted on 12-29-2013 06:59 AM  Number of Views: 248 
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    The new Consecution DVD is released!:COPS Consecuton
    This is the seventh Consecution project DVD. It contains 9 short Fan Edits focusing on cops stories.

    The faneditors are:
    Adabisi - DominicCobb - g1orkatsos- Leeroy- matrixgrindhouse - Neglify (2 short edits) - That One Guy - The Man Behind The Mask

    The rules:
    1. Create a short fanedit that runs 16 minutes max.
    2. There has to be a plot.
    3. This time there was a clear deadline to give back the edits.
    4. Has to feature cops, obviously.

    TMBTM (in charge of this project):
    "Those consecutions are always interesting because of the mix of the ideas from various faneditors, some experienced and some new. I'm amazed that even with a simple theme like 'cops' we have such diversity this time again".



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    Posted on 12-29-2013 06:54 AM  Number of Views: 410 
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    modernknife just released his new fanedit:Lone Ranger - The Movie
    This is a fanedit of The Lone Ranger
    The challenge with this new edit was to produce a "100 minute" cut of the film out of the existing material.
    Over 49 minutes cut, with 2.5 minutes added. New running time is now 102 minutes.

    modernknife:
    "After growing up with the original Lone Ranger television show and seeing the 1981 film in the theaters and being disappointed, I had some curious expectations with Gore Verbinski and company taking on the material. The final result contained some beautiful cinematography with dozens of nods of Western films of the past, sharp direction of action scenes and a faithful retelling of the John Reid origin story...mixed together with almost schizophrenic tone in action, comedy, drama, slapstick and historical tragedy. The running time of 149 minutes stretched the plot and story beyond any necessary requirements. "


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    Posted on 12-16-2013 01:48 PM  Number of Views: 582 
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    Aztek463 just released his new Resident Evil project:Biohazard: Uprising
    This is a fanedit of Resident Evil: Afterlife and Resident Evil: Retribution.
    the goal is to strip the films of cheesy one-liners and overdone action to help make the films more enjoyable.

    Aztek463:
    "Much like the first Biohazard and its prequel, my aim was to strip the films of cheesy one-liners and overdone action to help make the films more enjoyable. As I did with the original Biohazard, I restored a couple of deleted scenes to add more character moments."


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    Posted on 12-09-2013 11:26 AM  Number of Views: 500 
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    Dr. Sapirstein just released his new fanedit :Evil Dead: Alternate Cut
    A shorter, darker edit of the EVIL DEAD remake, deleting some dumb dialogues and one-liners, and re-inserting the infamously missing "We're Gonna Get You" scene.

    Dr. Sapirstein:
    "Although this new version of The Evil Dead was surprisingly decent, some very minor details seemed to come in the way of making it a truly great remake - most noticeably, the use of a few cringeworthy one-liners, as well as the absence of the infamous "We're gonna get you" scene that was previewed in the trailers, but was nowhere to be found in the final film. This light fan-edit re-inserts this missing scene and gets rid of some bad dialogue and weak CGI effects that cheapened this new EVIL DEAD experience."


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    Posted on 12-02-2013 02:44 PM  Number of Views: 1852 
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    Kerr just released his new middle earth's fanedit :The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - Arkenstone Edition
    A less bloated, better-paced and more character-driven introduction to Peter Jackson’s vision of Middle-earth. Most of the fat has been trimmed, while still keeping all the characters and plot points that will have some bearing on the next two films.

    Kerr:
    "I was always planning on editing PJ’s hobbit films once all three were released, but with the premiere of “The Desolation of Smaug” coming up, I figured it could be fun to release a stand-alone edit of “An Unexpected Journey” as well. Since I want this edit to fit perfectly with the next two films, this is by no means a purist cut – I’ve instead tried to improve on the story that Peter Jackson is telling. My goal has therefore been to tell the best possible story within the limitations of not cutting anything that might become important in the next two films."


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    Posted on 11-24-2013 01:52 PM  Number of Views: 676 
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    TM2YC just released the new volume of his special Marx Brothers project:Marx Brothers: Swordfish Collection - 1949 Love Happy
    This is the new volume of a The Swordfish Collection - A complete reworking of The Marx Brothers cinematic legacy.

    TM2YC:
    "I want these Marx Brothers edits to feel like nothing is missing (or nothing that you will miss anyway!), just pure comedy magic. With 'Love Happy', hopefully I've turned a somewhat painful mess into something rather enjoyable and more up to the usual high standard of The Marx Brothers."



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