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    Posted on 05-18-2015 05:28 PM  Number of Views: 37 
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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."

    Enter the forum discussion.





    Posted on 05-10-2015 02:06 AM  Number of Views: 171 
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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."

    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 05-04-2015 03:13 PM  Number of Views: 748 
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    maxgremlin has released his first fanedit: 'Avengers Assemble: Part 1'.

    'Avengers Assemble' will put all of the Marvel Phase One films into one cohesive timeline spread out of over six parts. This series will showcase the connectivity between films. This is Part 1, combining 'Iron Man', 'The Incredible Hulk' and 'Captain America: The First Avenger'.

    maxgremlin:
    "The intent is not to fix or correct the films (although I admit there are a few fixes with regard to Iron Man 2) but to create a new viewing experience that serves as a prelude leading up to the first Avengers movie."

    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 04-27-2015 03:55 PM  Number of Views: 961 
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    Lolwut0 has released his first fanedit: 'Antinatalism'.

    This short edit reshapes Terrence Malick's 'The Tree Of Life' around a speech about the philosophy of "Antinatalism".

    Lolwut0:
    "What is life? Is it desireable? Is imposing life moral? These are questions that are being explored in this short documentary. It starts with the beginning of the universe and ends in our modern times. It explores how life functions, what it's tools are and how it applies to humans."

    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 04-20-2015 09:42 AM  Number of Views: 1182 
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    DSM2337 has released his first fanedit: 'Man Of Steel: The Tempered Cut'.

    This edit does its best to drag the story back to Kal-El, a discovery, a threat, a solution. It includes less of the father figures, no genetic Kryptonians or 'first natural births', less Christ allegory, and a trim to some of the more excessive action beats.

    DSM2337:
    "Man Of Steel was a film of promise. The visuals of Snyder with the story telling prowess of Goyer/Nolan seemed like a slam dunk, but somewhere along the way the ball got dropped. Hopefully this edit cleans up the narrative, strengthens the performances of all the actors, and makes the ride more fun for the audience."

    Enter the forum discussion.


    Posted on 04-13-2015 10:44 PM  Number of Views: 263 
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    smudger9 has released his first fanedit: 'The Clone Wars - Episode I: Army Of The Republic'.

    This is the first part in an ongoing series of TV-to-Movie edits of the Star Wars 'Clone Wars' animated show. The original movie and six episodes of the TV series are presented with the classic Star Wars movie structure, providing the first part of a progressive bridge between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith.

    smudger9:
    "The Clone Wars movie and TV series was a great addition to Star Wars canon. However, it had a lot of filler, was often very child-orientated and had villains that were less than threatening. I wanted to create a movie series that stuck to the Star Wars movie structure while also stripping out the filler, removing the childish elements and creating threatening villains."

    Enter the forum discussion.





    Posted on 04-13-2015 06:02 PM  Number of Views: 271 
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    mredthefed has released his first fanedit: 'Heavy Star Wars: Episode III'.

    This is 'Revenge of the Sith' with the music replaced with the likes of Jimi Hendrix, The White Stripes, Marvin Gaye and AC/DC. Think 1981 cult animated classic 'Heavy Metal'.


    mredthefed:
    "I was watching Star Wars Episode III with the volume off, as I had some friends over after a long night, and they were passed out, but I really wanted to watch Star Wars Episode III! As soon as the movie started and the battle in the beginning unfolded, I was thought to myself, what would this sound like with a new different soundtrack? I experimented with various songs until I finally decided to use the movie Heavy Metal as the inspiration for the music."


    Enter the forum discussion.





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