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    Posted on 04-07-2014 02:47 PM  Number of Views: 132 
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    samspider3 presents his first fanedit, The Amazing Spider-Man: The Organic Eggs Edition by samspider3.
    This edit changes a bit the origin story and adds deleted scenes to improve characters relationships.


    samspider3:
    "My intention in this fan edit was to change a little bit the origin story because I felt it was unresolved by Peter beginning to search for his Uncle's killer and then he drops the quest. There is no resolution on the character that makes you believe that he wanted to become a real hero after an hour. Instead, I wanted to make it seem like he was marked by his uncle's last words and that inspired him to become a hero. Also, I added the deleted scenes because I felt the edition in the original was kind of choppy. These scenes help character development in Dr. Connors, his relationship with Peter and it lets you to explore a new theme that it was never explored in the original."




    Also watch the contrast correction:





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    Posted on 03-10-2014 03:02 PM  Number of Views: 124 
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    Reaper18783x just released his first fanedit Friday the 13th Part X Jason In Space
    This version removes all the ham-fisted humor, fix the sloppy editing and removing as much bad dialogue as possible.

    Reaper18783x:
    "This movie was a bomb. What should have been a good movie was turned in to a mess. I felt it needed a fanedit so we could have a good send-off to the original Friday the 13th's. (I could not fix the bad acting...)"



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    Posted on 02-24-2014 12:27 PM  Number of Views: 156 
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    Ken Poirier presents his first fanedit, MASH 2 - "Ticket Home".
    This is the MASH tv series as a 99 minutes movies.
    What if instead of a TV show, FOX decided to make a second MASH movie? Using the vast amount of footage from the show, Ken Poirier attempted to recreate the feelings and pace of the original motion picture.

    Ken Poirier:
    "The main difference between my edit and the original show is the pacing. The show had a very serialized pacing whereas the motion picture had an ebb and flow to it. I intended to make my MASH more like the film."





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    Posted on 02-10-2014 02:24 PM  Number of Views: 227 
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    eckoes presents his first fanedit, In For a Quick Garden.
    This is a fanedit of The Led Zeppelin concert film "The Song Remains The Same". This edit shows one complete uninterrupted concert out of all official footage available.

    eckoes:
    "Despite some great live music captured in the movie, the concert is constantly interrupted by something either fairly uninteresting (dull documentary footage that seems staged) or seriously drowned in vanity (the band home movies, or fantasy sequences).
    This edit now shows one complete uninterrupted concert out of all official footage available.
    The official soundtrack LP is a must-have live album, and I always wondered how the movie would look like if it followed the LP more closely.
    Previous attempts made by others are available, but they felt a bit crude so I decided to try doing the assembly myself.

    Be aware that this movie is infamous for having been badly edited at the time. Especially regarding the sound/visual synchro.
    When preparing the restored DVD/Blu-Ray in 2007, Jimmy Page was not allowed to modify any footage of the film due to copyrights issues, but he did modify the soundtrack heavily to make it more in sync with the visuals.

    While being a huge improvement, many out-of-sync moment remains."



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    Posted on 02-10-2014 02:15 PM  Number of Views: 225 
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    Avid 4D presents his first fanedit, The Superman.
    This edit picks up the pace of Superman The Movie by trimming long panning shots and trimming dialogue. The time saved has been replaced with some elements from Superman II, but not all.

    Avid 4D:
    "This is a modern edit on a classic tale that will appeal to today's audiences who expect a quicker pace and more action. It is the story of an orphan alien sent to earth, who then has to battle with Earth's greatest villain and criminals from his home world seeking revenge.
    My intention is to make a new trilogy from the footage of Superman I, II, III, IV and Superman Returns."



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    Posted on 02-04-2014 01:50 PM  Number of Views: 172 
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    MWRK presents his first fanedit:Grown Ups 2 - The Grounded Cut
    This is Grown Ups 2 without the horrible burp-snarts, the 'whaaaaats' and other incredibly lame running gags. No Jon Lovitz, very very very much less Nick Swardson. Parts of soundtrack replaced with songs from 2010's Grown Ups, such as 'Sentimental Lady', and 'The Pina Colada Song'. Much more sanitized and grounded than the theatrical version.

    MWRK:
    "I [...] wanted to bring the feel of the movie closer to that of 2010's Grown Ups, which was quite an enjoyable summer flick."




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    Posted on 01-26-2014 03:34 AM  Number of Views: 390 
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    Kult38 presents his first fanedit:Army of Darkness: The Fan Cut
    The movie with multiple versions just got another one!

    Kult38:
    "I'm a huge fan of the 'Army of Darkness' but was never happy with any particular version.
    I felt each one had their own pros and cons. I decided to make my own edition, incorporating all the good things from each version to make my own personal definitive cut.

    I finished this cut a few years ago. It was literally my life for months on end. I'd never done any editing previously and never imagined it would be seen on a grand scale. I am delighted that it has been accepted on fanedit.org and also got a strong following from the fans out there."



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