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    Posted on 07-27-2015 01:25 PM  Number of Views: 27 
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    Masirimso17 has released his first full-length fanedit: 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Finale Extended Edition'.

    This 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' edit adds most of the deleted scenes, plus fixes a plothole in the movie.

    Masirimso17:
    "I love the Amazing Spider-Man 2 but there are a lot of parts where it is very confusing due to the fact that Sony messed with Marc Webb’s vision too much and deleted a lot of scenes. To fix this, I made this Extended Edition."

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    Posted on 07-05-2015 03:54 AM  Number of Views: 95 
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    Zarius has released his first full-length fanedit: 'Sherlock: The Little That Remains and The Adventure of CAM, a TV-to-Movie edit by Zarius'.

    A condensed two-episode TV-to-movie Sherlock "double feature" incorporating deleted and bonus scenes.

    Zarius:
    "This aims to leave the viewer with a sense of ambigiouty over Sherlock's survival, as well as a more swift and immediate response to Mary Watson's predicament rather than go through some playful baiting tactics. In addition to that, footage from a mini-sode and a deleted scene have been inserted into the edits to give the viewing experiance something fresh. Also included is an all new alternative ending

    The intention was to cut away all the filler and create something that could tell the same stories in less time, as well as provide Sherlock with something he'll never be allowed to have... a bit of a Disney ending."

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    Posted on 06-22-2015 02:22 PM  Number of Views: 333 
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    Darth Awesome has released his first fanedit: 'The Empire Begins'.

    The Empire Begins consolidates the prequel trilogy into one self-contained episode, carefully edited to feel like a real Lucasfilm release.

    Darth Awesome:
    "The Empire Begins = roughly 5% Phantom Menace, 35% Clones, and 60% Sith. I should note that these percentages do not reflect my opinion of each film. My focus was to show the fall of Anakin Skywalker and the rise of the Empire, not to assemble a personal "best of" reel. I sought to make Anakin a stronger and more likable character, to simplify his motivation for turning to the dark side, and to strengthen the Anakin/Padme love story.

    I invite you to enter a parallel universe with me. A universe without Jar Jar Binks, without General Grievous, without cringeworthy dialog and questionable filler material. A universe where only one prequel was ever made…"

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    Posted on 06-01-2015 02:09 PM  Number of Views: 182 
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    thecuddlyninja has released his first fanedit: 'Natural Born Killers: The Tarantino Cut'.

    'Natural Born Killers' edited as closely as possible to Quentin Tarantino's script. All of the music has been replaced with pieces from previous Tarantino films.

    thecuddlyninja:
    "I wanted to remove as much over-the-top heavy handed Oliver Stone stuff. The lighting shifts, wildlife shots, random cuts to demons and cartoons, his infatuation with drugs and Native American culture, etc.

    Then I wanted to reorder things and remove everything to follow QT's script as much as possible. I chose music from other Tarantino films to give the raw pop culture feel to it."


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    Posted on 05-25-2015 03:50 PM  Number of Views: 502 
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    Kal-El has released his first fanedit: 'Man Of Tomorrow'.

    'Man Of Tomorrow' is a fanedit designed to give 'Superman Returns' the adoration it actually already deserves.

    Kal-El:
    "When Superman returns from his deleted dangerous trip to the remains of Krypton, he is greeted by a disrespectful and downright mean and annoying Lois Lane, a biological son that couldn't possibly be his own, and an arch nemesis that strives to be the new Joker rather than the best Luthor he can be. But a Joker that is nevertheless still obsessed with real estate... This edit aims to remove all of the above while also keeping the dialog in between the bountiful action scenes tight to preserve the narrative and yet give the viewer the action they wanted (but already had but failed to see)."

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    Posted on 05-18-2015 05:28 PM  Number of Views: 452 
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    overclock has released his first fanedit: 'Episode V: The Overclock Edition'.

    A 32 minute music-only edit of The Empire Strikes Back. The story is the same but from a more vader-centric perspective. Many details and all dialogue have been removed. The original music score was arranged for thrash metal trio 'The Overclock Orchestra' and then recorded for this "music video".

    Overclock's original thrash metal soundtrack for this edit is available to purchase from Bandcamp here.

    overclock:
    "I Always loved the John Williams music and wanted to record it with heavy guitars and drums. Also wanted to learn more about editing video. We recorded all the music and I included about a minute of studio b-roll during the credits."

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    Posted on 05-10-2015 02:06 AM  Number of Views: 466 
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    StreetsAhead has released his first fanedit: 'Man of Steel: The Speeding Bullet Cut'.

    'The Speeding Bullet Cut' streamlines 'Man of Steel', removing a lot of the flashbacks, and excludes 99% of the initial scenes on Krypton, while also minimising some of the destruction shown in the original.

    StreetsAhead:
    "I found the opening on Krypton really didn't offer anything interesting, and just helped to bog down the film. It's very long, and is largely just a series of exposition dumps. I also hoped to increase the pace, minimising the stuff that just wasn't interesting, or didn't make sense to me, as well as not giving too much time to scenes that most people already know about (Superman's origin, etc), and hoped that focusing in on the present day story would make for a more interesting & focused film."

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