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The Gill-man: Silent Jaws Edition
 
0.0 (0)
FanMix April 12, 2019   333   0   1   0   0
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This is a Silent Movie edit of “Creature From The Black Lagoon”, re-scored using John Williams’ “Jaws” soundtrack. It makes even heavier trims to the narrative than my B+ edit, removing a further 20 minutes, resulting in a sort of atmospheric “super-cut”.

Narratively, I’ve gone for a different twist on the prologue, aiming for a similar tone to that of Metropolis. Where possible I have also tried to make dialogue reference notable lines from Jaws. Scene-wise I’ve been more liberal with the cutting, removing whole events and pairing up scenes in order to make my new, shorter narrative fit.
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Incredible Shrinking Man: B+ Movie Edition, The
 
9.7 (2)
FanFix March 18, 2018   885   0   1   0   0
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This is the second entry in the "B+ Movie Project", a series of edits that seek to improve on older films, while still maintaining the charm and narrative of the original cut. #2 happens to be another Jack Arnold film, and similarly to Creature from the Black Lagoon, this has had a lot of chaff removed. I’ve tried to strike a balance between promptly setting things up and improving the pacing, while also maintaining some of the atmosphere in the latter half of the film, where the tone starts to become more philosophical.

This edit comes with two audio options:

- B+ Narrative (default) – heavily trimmed narration. Anything that I felt was too pretentious or didn’t add anything is removed and rescored.
- Purist Narrative – lightly trimmed narration. The original voice-over has been preserved as much as possible, with some compromise being made due to the streamlined nature of the edit.

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Source Code: Version 1.2
 
9.7 (3)
FanFix January 10, 2018   1573   0   1   0   1
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The original 'Source Code' is a good film, but is let down by a shallow and poorly executed twist ending. "Version 1.2" removes the last minute "life" theme and shifts the emphasis to Captain Colter Stevens receiving dignity and closure before embracing his fate. A handful of other small changes have also been made (see cutlist).
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Muppet Christmas Carol: The Scribbling Cut, The
 
9.8 (1)
FanFix December 21, 2017   1312   0   1   0   0
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This is a very light edit of one of my favourite Christmas movies. I’m a big Muppets fan and I tend to watch this nearly every year (as well as reading the Dickens novella) – however, watching it on a yearly basis, the same things always bothered me - The odd cliché line, overly kiddish element, and more than anything – THE PENGUIN CHRISTMAS SKATING PARTY; a corny scene that drags and generally feels like it’s only there for the sake of having penguins in a Christmas Movie.

Outtakes were also added to the end credits (just for fun).
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Gill-Man: B+ Movie Edition, The
 
8.6 (4)
FanFix December 15, 2017   1511   0   1   0   1
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"The Gill-man" is the first entry in the "B+ Movie Project", a series of edits that seek to improve on older films, but still maintain the charm and narrative of the original cut.

When I watched "Creature from the Black Lagoon", I found a film that had its moments, but was generally pretty boring. The so-bad-it's-good experience was seriously "watered-down" by a crazy amount of filler - so I sought to remove that, along with the man-in-a-rubber-suit vibe.

If you found CFTBL boring, you should find this engaging. If you liked CFTBL, you may find yourself liking "Gill-man" even more. It was intentional that nothing immediately obvious should be removed, but that the film would simply come across as better paced and more entertaining as a result of the numerous tiny trims.

In summary, expect:

Better pacing.
Less swimming.
Less diving.
Less TALKING about diving.
Less man in a suit, and...

...more Gill-man.
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