Both original films are very mediocre, so coming up with something that takes the best of both and puts them together and is much more enjoyable is quite the accomplishment. No real narrative from the first film carries through to this version, we just get the stellar action sequence from the end of the first film. I guess the issue with this fanedit is that no matter what you do with these films there isn't enough monster based story to totally remove the very annoying humans. Given this very limiting constraint this fanedit is very good indeed.
Surprisingly, a good edit. I honestly want to like both films, but they have too many bad qualities to formally recommend watching them separate. I thought the inclusion of the intro scene being the only scene from Godzilla (2014) was genius, and was actually the best part of this edit. There were a few little choppy moments of the video in this scene, but probably just from the render though.
After this scene comes KOTM. This part of the edit tries to help fix the boring human story of KOTM, but I just don't think anybody can accomplish that. If I had any criticism for the edit's version of KOTM it would be a few things.
1st, some of the characters were kind of just introduced without any knowledge of to who they were, mainly involving everybody in the whole main family.
2nd, and idk if this was the just the render or not, but somehow the cgi looked worse than I remembered. It was so bad that it distracted from the narrative. I don't blame the edit for this, because the cgi in the original movies were already bad enough.
3rd, some of the inserted fonts used seems a little cheap, and did not seem like it worked for a Godzilla movie.
Lastly, and this is just a suggestion, I would honestly remove more of the human stuff from the KOTM section, as it's just plain boring no matter how many times anybody tries to watch it. Trimming it down AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE to let the kaiju fights happen should be imperative.
Overall, this is definitely an improvement from the 2 individual movies, and I would recommend it. A tighter edit on the human story would definitely help though to make this a vastly greater experience for this franchise.