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    Posted on 05-25-2015 03:37 PM  Number of Views: 364 
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    Ken Poirier just released a new preservation: Sesame Street: Don't Eat The Pictures

    The 1983 Sesame Street 'Metropolitan Museum of Art' special VHS preserved in a groovy 16:9 TV set for modern DVD viewing.

    Ken Poirier:
    "This was mine and my brother's favorite video to watch as kids. Our copy was actually taped off of the TV and has been long gone for a while. The only digital copy I knew of was a very crunchy 240p youtube version broken up into 8 minute segments. I wanted to make a DVD version for my brother for xmas. I got a VHS from goodwill through amazon.

    I matted the video (instead of rescaling) so it is as if you are watching it on my old TV I had as a kid as a way to persevere the 4:3 format without black bars. DVD features simple kid friendly menus made from the extra scene after the end credits.

    This is my first preservation project, and I hope you all like it."

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    Posted on 04-20-2015 09:39 AM  Number of Views: 448 
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    TM2YC just released a new preservation fanedit: Kill Bill Vol.1: The Uncut Japanese Version

    This is the uncensored Japanese SD-DVD cut of 'Kill Bill Vol.1', reconstructed using the censored HD-Blu-Ray cut as the basis.

    TM2YC:
    "I was unsatisfied that my preferred cut of Kill Bill, that I've been happily watching on DVD for a decade, has still not recieved an HD upgrade. So I decided to make the next best thing, using every frame of HD that I could.

    All unique frames, shots and scenes have been sourced from the DVD, so are still in SD. I have therefore presented this at 720p, rather than full 1080p so the difference is not so obvious. I've also added the subtitles for the non-English dialogue scenes in the distinctive same yellow-on-black style as other Tarantino movies."

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    Posted on 11-11-2014 02:43 AM  Number of Views: 382 
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    TM2YC just released a new preservation fanedit: Drive: Radio 1 Rescores
    On 30th October 2014 BBC3 screened a new version of Nicholas Winding Refn's 2011 film 'Drive' with an all-new score of original music. It was curated by Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe with the full co-operation of the Director. TM2YC made a preservation fanedit of this alternate 'Drive' soundtrack, as it was only available to stream for one-week-only and then only for UK viewers.
    Zane Lowe has insisted that it's not meant to be an improvement on the original, only an alternate take while Refn has stated "You can't own creativity. Rather than say 'Drive' is mine, I'd prefer to say it's everyone else's".


    TM2YC:
    "I've aslo taken the opportunity to match the audio to a better image from the official Blu-Ray."







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    Posted on 04-07-2014 02:22 PM  Number of Views: 954 
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    Dr. Sapirstein just released a new preservation fanedit: The Lair of the White Worm (Special Edition Blu-Ray)
    A new HD remastered preservation of this camp classic, still officially unreleased on Blu-ray, and with new bonus material.

    From Dr. Sapirstein:
    Bonus are:
    Rare TV interview with Ken Russell (1989) *
    Original theatrical trailer.
    New unofficial trailer.
    New photo gallery.
    Animated menu, chapters.
    * rare footage exclusive to this release"


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    Posted on 04-07-2014 02:17 PM  Number of Views: 756 
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    Dr. Sapirstein just released a new preservation fanedit: The Tenant (Special Edition Blu-Ray)
    A new remastered preservation of Polanski's cult thriller, still officially unreleased on Blu-ray

    From Dr. Sapirstein:
    This edit is presented alongside exclusive bonus features.
    - Excerpt from the Cannes Film Festival press conference. **
    - Rare interview with Polanski in Paris. **
    - Isabelle Adjani interviewed while presenting the film in Cannes. **
    - Original theatrical trailer.
    * all the interviews feature optional subtitles.
    ** rare footage exclusive to this release.
    *** printable blu-ray cover included in BD folder."


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    Posted on 03-17-2014 01:10 PM  Number of Views: 634 
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    Dr. Sapirstein just released his new fanedit: Exorcist 2: The Heretic (Special Edition)
    This new release of The Heretic features two different cuts of John Boorman's most disreputed film, reconstructed using true HD sources, and presented alongside almost 2 hours of bonus material.
    The ORIGINAL DIRECTOR'S CUT [HD 1080p] and the THEATRICAL CUT [HD 1080p]

    From Dr. Sapirstein:
    "ORIGINAL DIRECTOR'S CUT [HD 1080p]
    This full-length, original director's cut was only shown in theaters for a couple of days when the film premiered, before being recut due to negative audience reaction. It was never released on VHS, LD or DVD or BD.
    Runtime : 01:58:46

    THEATRICAL CUT [HD 1080p]
    This version runs 15 minutes shorter than the original director's cut. It was recut by John Boorman the day after the premiere of the film, and was released in theaters worldwide, then on VHS. This was the only version of The Heretic available for more than 15 years. It then completely vanished when the film was released in a different cut, first on the VHS re-edition in 1993, then on DVD in 2002. Although this rare theatrical cut misses many scenes, it also features some additional footage exclusive to this version. Some scenes are ordered differently. It includes an added flashback scene, stock footage of Regan as the demon, extra gore, and a different ending. Some of the music and sound effects are also noticably different.
    Runtime : 01:43:05"



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    Posted on 12-08-2013 10:22 AM
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    On December 2, 2013 the director's cut of The Dark Crystal was posted on YouTube. For two years Crystal​ fan Christopher Orgeron reassembled the original cut of the film, the version Jim Henson and Frank Oz intended to release. But, due to poor testing, it was heavily revised to appeal to a broader audience.

    Because of the limited material he had to work with it's definitely rough, but it gives interesting insight into what could have (should have?) been. For film enthusiasts and Dark Crystal fans alike this is a must watch.

    For more information on this cut there is an engaging interview with the editor at Mentalfloss.com.

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