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    Posted on 05-04-2015 03:13 PM  Number of Views: 399 
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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: 658 
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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 04-27-2015 03:36 PM  Number of Views: 648 
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    Mikedrew87 has released 2 new versions of 'The Walking Dead: Comic Edition'.

    So there are four ways to watch this fanedit: With a B&W comic-effect, a Color comic-effect version and now the option to watch it in the original color live-action, or in B&W. So experience this however you want!

    Mikedrew87:
    "This edit is about Rick Grimes trying to find his wife and son. 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."

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    Posted on 04-25-2015 04:34 PM  Number of Views: 632 
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    Inline Image Billy Batson won the favorite edit of the month of February with his fanedit Dracula: Restored

    Congratulations, Billy Batson and thanks to all the faneditors who made an edit last month and to all the people who voted for this contest.

    This is a cut of 1931's classic Universal 'Dracula' movie, restoring the film to the continuity of the shooting script.

    Billy Batson:
    "This edit restores the continuity established in the original shooting script (and used in the simultaneously shot Spanish-language version of Dracula) eliminating most of the continuity errors and quickening the film's pace in the third act.

    Two versions are available, one using film elements taken solely from Tod Browning's English-Language release (the "purist" edition), and a second incorporating additional cut scenes and alternate footage taken from the Spanish-language version of the film directed by George Melford and shot on Browning's sets at night."




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    Posted on 04-20-2015 09:42 AM  Number of Views: 833 
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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 04-20-2015 09:41 AM  Number of Views: 868 
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    Spence has released a new Fanedit 'The Hobbit: The Spence Edit'.

    This is a 3 film in 1 edit running at 3 hours 25 minutes. This is not intended as a "book cut" but instead tries to imagine what Peter Jackson and Co. might have made if they had decided to do the story as one film.

    Spence:
    "My goal is not to make the film more like Lord of the Rings in tone, but in spirit. The gag-filled action scenes that Peter Jackson has become fond of are minimized, except when appropriate. It feels more epic. The pacing is quicker. It feels more in line with those films, while also becoming even more different from them. It was an experiment in seeing just how much could be removed from this story while still making it work."

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    Posted on 04-20-2015 09:40 AM  Number of Views: 729 
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    samspider3 has released a new Fanedit 'The Sensational Spider-Man'.

    This Fandit combines Marc Webb's duology to show you the ultimate Spider-Man stand alone origin story. Taking just the necessary footage from the second movie, and making the necessary cuts, to give this Spider-Man story, not only a perfect closure, but to modify it in a way that it approximates the spirit and characters from the comics.

    samspider3:
    "This project began as a draft last year, when I made 'The Organic Eggs Edition' and saw The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Now that the Amazing Spider-Man "saga" has been cancelled, I thought of making the first Amazing Spider-Man a stand alone movie, instead of needing a sequel. For this, I wanted to stick to the comic source as much as possible."

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