Friday The 13th Part III: Nostromo Edit

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No funky disco. No 3D.
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Brief Synopsis:
No more funky, out of place disco music during the opening and closing credits.
All new opening credits that are more consistent with the franchise.
I love this series, parts 2-4 in particular, and while I enjoy the wacky aspects of part III, I always wondered what a non-3D version would look like. I love the 3D version, but the3D elements were meant to be a fun ride for a theatrical audience, but they just seem strange and out of place for a 2D viewing. This version tries to de-emphasize all the aspects of the 3D experience.

I wasnt aware of Danger Ray's edit before undertaking this edit, and it seems like we had similar changes to the editing of this particular film.
Other Sources:
New credits created in Adobe Premiere.
Original CD sountrack sourced from YouTube.
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Special Features
Isolated Score
Editing Details:
I didnt want to change the movie so much that it lost its original flavor. its 98% faithful to the original edit.
Editing changes are around the 3D gags that linger too long, and some scenes/ plot points that I feel hurt the movie.

Music replacement as all sourced from the soundtrack for Part III.
Cuts and Additions:
Music added to the opening Paramount logo, and over the "Paramount Pictures Presents" title.
Original opening credits completely removed.
New title screen logo, new opening credits, music replaced, musical transition occurs as the credits fade to the opening scene.
Harold in the general store is slightly shortened to tighten the edit.
Harold's pooping sounds are removed.
References to Debbie being pregnant are removed.
Scene with crazy eyeball guy is removed.
3D gags shortened: laundry pole, baseball bat, yo-yo, machete, popcorn, spear gun, eyeball

The entire audio mix is mono, but I dubbed the score, which is in stereo, syncing it to its original placement in the film

End Credits are in red, because why not.

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