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    Posted on 04-13-2015 05:35 PM  Number of Views: 123 
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    That One Guy has released a new Fanedit 'Berandal' (Thugs).

    This is 'The Raid 2' as a standalone film. No bridging material to link this film to 'The Raid'. No undercover police storyline. Just the story of a young man in prison who uses his fighting skills to join a family-run crime syndicate and rise through the ranks of the organisation. All the action sequences from the film are kept, with a pace much closer to the first Raid film.

    That One Guy:
    "I thought The Raid 2 was an excellent film, but as a sequel to The Raid it felt over-long and sometimes a bit cumbersome. I wanted to create a version of the second film that had the same manic pace and relentless energy of the first film, and set about seeing what I could cut from it."

    Enter the forum discussion.

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    Posted on 04-13-2015 05:07 PM  Number of Views: 347 
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    Mikedrew87 has released 3 new Horror fanedits: 'Demons: Awakened' and Vol. 3 and Vol. 4 of his ongoing 'Tales From Hell' series.

    'Demons: Awakened' tells both of Lamberto Bava's 'Demons' films simultaneously. While the two 'Tales From Hell' entries feature 5 mini-edits of 'The New York Ripper', 'Torso', 'The Stuff', The Video Dead' and 'Without Warning'.

    Enter the forum discussion for: 'Demons: Awakened' and 'Tales From Hell' Vol. 3 and Vol. 4.

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    Posted on 04-05-2015 05:31 PM  Number of Views: 189 
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    Mikedrew87 released a version of his fanedit, The Walking Dead: Color Comic Edition

    A new version of the recent Walking Dead edit, but this time using a Color comic book look, instead of Black & White.

    Mikedrew87:
    "This is an edited down feature-length film from episodes 1-3 & 6 Season One and 2 episodes from Season Two. The movie is in chronological order using the flashbacks to set up the story from the beginning. I wanted to create a live action Walking Dead comic. This edit isn't about the whole show, it is about a man that is looking for his wife and son."

    Enter the forum discussion.

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    Posted on 03-23-2015 04:11 PM  Number of Views: 361 
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    Mikedrew87 released a new fanedit The Walking Dead: Comic Edition

    A Walking Dead TV-to-Movie edit. Creating a 79 minute film from episodes 1-3 & 6 of Season One and 2 episodes from Season Two. A Black and White sketch effect has also been added to create that feel of the original comic.

    Mikedrew87:
    "I wanted to create a live action Walking Dead comic. The movie is in chronological order using the flashbacks to set up the story from the beginning. This edit isn't about the whole show, it is about a man that is looking for his wife and son"

    Enter the forum discussion.

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    Posted on 02-11-2015 12:12 PM  Number of Views: 238 
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    This Friday is the 13th and Last Survivor thinks it's the moment to offer his new fanedit: "Friday the 13th Part V jason's Legacy".
    It be available at vimeo just in time.
    This will be a "more focused on the main characters" type of fanedit.


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    Posted on 08-24-2014 08:07 PM  Number of Views: 517 
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    Faneditor 'njvc' was this week's special guest on Star Wars comedy podcast, "This Isn't The Podcast You're Looking For", discussing his PULP EMPIRE fanedit, as well as many other edits featured on fanedit.org.

    Edits discussed in the interview included: The Phantom Editor's prequels, Harmy's Despecialized Editions, Adywan's Revisited series, Red Letter Media's prequel reviews, War of the Stars I & II, Luke Skywalker Conquers the Galaxy, The Star Wars: The Lost Workprint, The Ridiculous Trilogy, L8wrtr's, Q2's & Hal9000's Prequel Trilogies, The Cutter's Episode 3, with special mention of Terminator 3: The Coming Storm, ARST ARSW (Star Wars sorted alphabetically), Pulp Fiction: The Chronological Edit, Chronological Back to the Future, and Back to the Future: The Reality Cut.

    Meanwhile, over at Yahoo!, Faneditor 'Harmy' was interviewed about his Despecialized Editions of the Original Trilogy. Check out the amazing work by Harmy in creating the unaltered versions of Star Wars in the video below.



    Enter the forum discussion.

    Posted on 06-29-2014 10:12 AM  Number of Views: 266 
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    Neglify, as a small thank you and in recognition of everything you've done for us here at the home of fanedits, a few of us got together to create a little something to officially mark the occasion. With love from everyone here at the site, here be 'A Tribute to Neglify'.






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