|The 2006 release of Silent Hill was one of the few video game to movie transfers that attempted to make a real movie out of its source material rather than pander to the childish audience that such movies usually do. However, the mythology of the film is lost between a mixture of too much fan service and not enough conventional storytelling.
Fan editor Aztek has tackled this film to focus on “the heart of the story which was with Rose and her struggle” and to make the film “proceed at a brisker (but not rushed) pace.” Join Beezo along with Body Tape Intl co-founders Donna and Ethan as they discuss Aztek’s fanedit, Silent Hill: Restless Dreams.
|Horror films in the 80’s were defined by their villians – Michael Myers, Pinhead, Jason and, of course, Freddy Krueger. Nightmare on Elm St found a way to coallate all of the 80’s horror tropes – slow moving, impossible to defeat and viscious bad guy – by making them integral to the character himself as he hunted and murdered through one’s inevitable dreams.
Fan editor Dr. Sapirstein has set out to make the definitive collectors cut celebrating the film’s 25 year anniversary. This edit features “new scenes, alternate takes, a different soundtrack and for the very first time, Johnny Depp’s fully uncut death scene fully re-edited into the film.” Join Beezo along with Body Tape Intl co-founders Ethan and Donna as they discuss Dr. Sapirstein’s fanedit, Nightmare on Elm Street – Anthology Vol 1.
|Short films often offer the chance for some of the most creative endeavors for fan editors. Consecutions are a collection of short films made by fan editors all covering a similar theme. The Time Travel Consecution, perhaps self evident, features short films that topic that of time travel through comedy, action, drama and suspence.
Join Beezo, with Body Tape Intl Co-founders Donna and Ethan as they discuss disk 1 of the Time Travel Consecution.