Week of November 20, 2022 – New Fanedits

Four new edits this week.

Forbidden Marvels’ Iron Fist and the Legend of the Hand by Forbidden Marvels

After a plane crash killed his billionaire parents, Danny Rand was raised by monks to become their guardian defender, known as the Iron Fist. However, Danny wanted nothing more than to go back home, unlike his new best friend Davos. With his new found powers, Danny makes his way back home to find that his friends don’t recognize him and that his father’s company is now run by a mysterious crime syndicate.


Blair Witch 2: The Artisan Removal Cut by Paxtn

Blair Witch 2 restored to the original vision of the director Joe Berlinger, made with help of the unreleased official and super rare directors cut script, directors commentary track, directors notes and many director and cast interviews in order to bring the movie back to the original form, before the studio ‘Artisan’ highly edited it into something completely different against director Joe Berlinger’s wishes.


The Witcher: The Last Wish by Gieferg

As a fan of The Witcher books I anticipated this adaptation but was eventually disappointed by it. The main reason of that disappointment was the fact that the writers decided to add unnecessary filler (in order to enlarge roles of Yennefer and Ciri which I consider to be huge mistake), and at the same time omitted important parts that were crucial to the story. This caused the show to be crippled version of the book, full of incosistencies, logical errors and boring plotlines. It is not possible to fix all of this, but I could at least make it closer to the books, especially the first one in the Witcher Saga, titled “The Last Wish”. As it is in fact a collection of short stories, this edit aimed to create exactly that. A collection of stories about Geralt of Rivia based on what was actually in the books (more or less).


Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1974) by Dawnrazor

To make this made for Television film to look like a lost classic in Black/White.


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