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    Posted on 03-03-2014 04:18 PM  Number of Views: 460 
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    Beezo just released a new fanedit Oblivion Redeemed
    By removing the bookend voice-overs, trivial dialog and a few choice action sequences, this edit streamlines the viewing experience, adds more mystery and otherwise polishes this film for a more mature, intelligence audience.

    Beezo:
    "Oblivion was a good sci-fi movie hindered by unnecessary plot exposition, Tom Cruise-isms, and a few inconsistent character motivations.The purpose of this edit was to remove the clutter and "dumbing down" aspects of this film to create a more satisfactory sci-fi experience for a smart audience."


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    Posted on 03-03-2014 04:17 PM  Number of Views: 400 
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    Kult38 just released a new fanedit No Retreat, No Surrender: The Fan Cut
    This edit is resurrecting the original and superior VHS version with the highest picture quality of the DVD.few additional changes to touch up the plot and also fix some of the choppy editing.

    Kult38:
    "In my youth 'No Retreat, No Surrender' was one of my favourite movies. I was very much looking forward to the DVD release back in 2004 but was very disappointed with what I saw. Although the picture was an improvement over my old VHS copy, there were so many differences that it felt like a completely different movie.
    Various sources: UK VHS, UK DVD, German DVD, movie soundtrack."



    And watch the full fanedit on the IFDB page's video section

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    Posted on 03-03-2014 04:14 PM  Number of Views: 408 
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    HAL 9000 just released a new fanedit Star Wars: Episode III - Labyrinth Of Evil
    The third of the revamped '9000 Series,' Labyrinth Of Evil delivers a re-crafted perspective on Star Wars Episode III in keeping with the drive of the original trilogy of films. Anakin's fall to the dark side is portrayed in a more believable way, with political motivations that are ignited by, rather than preceded by, a desire to save his wife. Padme's role is expanded, and her fate is made to match her daughter's memories.

    HAL 9000:
    "By stripping away extraneous tangents and bolstering attention to character development, this edit seeks to improve the original film. The original trilogy is regarded as the template toward which the prequels strive. The prequels are made to submit to the continuity and drive of the originals to the degree possible."


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    Posted on 03-03-2014 04:01 PM  Number of Views: 891 
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    Avid 4D just released a new fanedit Man Of Steel: Recut
    This fan fix edit of Man Of Steel retells the story from Clark's perspective but maintains the gripping action.Why does he have powers? What support does he get from his parents? And what should he do when Earth is threatened?

    Avid 4D:
    "With inspiration from the Smallville TV series, I wanted to make the story of Man Of Steel more believable in terms of how Clark deals with his abilities, how he learns to understand who is is as a person, and where he fits in. Clark grew up with Johnathan and Martha Kent, so it would be natural that he would have a stronger bond with them and not so much with Jor-El, who he eventually meets as an adult."

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    Posted on 02-24-2014 12:19 PM  Number of Views: 331 
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    Leeroy just released a new fanedit Super 8 Collection Vol. 1: Awful Sci-Fi Films
    This is Alien vs. Predator - Highlander 2 et Robocop 3 in short movies form, Super 8 style.
    Each short has been dramatically cut removing a lot of plot elements to create a shortened narrative which retains the essence of the original film(s).

    Leeroy:
    "After seeing what Rogue-theX has done with his Super-8 edits, I decided to have a go at doing one myself. I wanted to take what many may consider to be awful films and give them the Super-8 effect and in doing so maybe improving the original."

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    Posted on 02-17-2014 12:05 PM  Number of Views: 437 
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    HAL9000 just released a new fanedited version of Star Wars Episode II. Star Wars: Episode II - The Approaching Storm
    The second of the revamped '9000 Series,' The Approaching Storm delivers a re-crafted perspective on Star Wars Episode II in keeping with the drive of the original trilogy of films. Unnecessary 'galaxy shrinking' cameos from classic characters have been cut-down or removed. Anakin and Padme are depicted as realistic adults developing romantic feelings for one another. The political plot is made more straightforward and graspable. Superfluous action is subdued to make the film more story driven.

    HAL9000:
    "By stripping away extraneous tangents and bolstering attention to character development, this edit seeks to improve the original film. The original trilogy is regarded as the template toward which the prequels strive. The prequels are made to submit to the continuity and drive of the originals to the degree possible."

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    Posted on 02-10-2014 02:10 PM  Number of Views: 234 
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    Neglify just released a new (short) fanedit, Q.
    This is the creation and eventual destruction of the universe. With music by Tool.

    Neglify:
    "Terrence Malick’s original idea for 'Tree of Life' was a project called 'Qasida,' or 'Q' for short. It was to be a story about the origins of life and featured a 'sleeping god, underwater, dreaming of the origins of the universe, starting with the big bang and moving forward, as fluorescent fish swam into the deity’s nostrils.' I wasn’t trying to recreate this idea, as that would be too difficult. So I figured I’d just use the trippy parts of 'Tree of Life' and sync it up to some Tool.

    Tool’s album '10000 Days' has a hidden track, go Google it if you don’t know anything. It’s a pretty awesome track and it seemed to fit well with the visuals."

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