1. has to contain space as an important part of the story
2. 18 minutes runtime
3. must have a logical plot.
The faneditors could choose from the entire universe of Science Fiction movies to create their shorts, cut them down to the essence or create a new plot by meshing them up. Blueyoda was the one in charge of this project, helping wherever he could with suggestions and advise, but was also in charge of allowing and disallowing submissions. In the end 8 fascinating works of fanediting art made it on the DVD.
- Humans Are Limited by Adabisi (18:01)
The crew of a spaceship is endangered by a super-computer.
- Humans Are Limitless by Blueyoda (17:58)
A space mind trip on the evolution of evil and violence.
- Klone by Elbarto1 (17:58)
The depressing story of a lost and hallucinating astronaut.
- Star Wars: Episode 2.1 – Attack Of The Phantom (Totally Unofficial) by Gaith (4:41)
A documentary about the impact of deleted scenes and a space chase in the Star Wars universe, created from deleted footage.
- Mayflower Madness by M77 (17:39)
The crazy and funny adventures on a tourist space craft that gets out of control. Beware if you run out of coffee.
- Alien Elements by ThrowgnCpr (18:18)
When evil invades help comes from where no one would have expected it.
- WALL-E Fantasy by The Man Behind the Mask(9:13)
A lonely cleaning robot desires to leave the rotten earth and takes the first chance he gets.
- Clone Wars – Aggressive Negotiations by Uncanny Antman (17:12)
Cut off without reinforcements, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker must battle the Separatists’ forces for control of the crystalline planet of Christophsis.
neglify - oct 31 2010
I just wanted to put in my two cents on Gaith’s Star Wars 2.1 Deleted Scene edit. I thought it was hysterical. The joke is that Lucas and crew are talking about removing scenes that stop the flow of the movie or fall flat and Gaith intercuts with scenes that remained in Episode II that are completely idiotic. And when Rick McCallum says that George is ruthless with what he cuts out I almost died laughing. (Yeah, the asteroid chase scene has sync issues but the idea of the edit was really really funny.)
uncanny antman - jan 20 2010
Another Consecution come and gone, mixed results as always (with some standouts on show) but good fun to be a part of. Bring on Marvel Consecution.
tranzor - jan 13 2010
This is how I see it:
Most of this (and other consecution editions) consist of material I may or may not have seen before. Therefore I do not read descriptions ahead of time and just sit back and watch what is presented. In doing so this gives me a total unbiased view of what I am watching. Does what I see make sense? Do I see a nice short story or understand what the editor is trying to accomplish? For some of the past consecution projects (namely Batman) a lot of the time I had no idea just what in the world I was supposed to be watching, until I read the descriptions afterward, then it made more sense. Luckily that did not happen here.
I am going to do this as a group project review and not go through edit by edit. I will say I did see some nice stand outs and some that, well… kind of remained in the background. I also noticed more creativity and nice visuals raising the fan edit effects bar.
I loved the menu system, however on my 27″ analog tv the font writing for each fan edit on the menu was almost un-readable. A slightly larger font size would have worked better
Still with only that minor issue, the edit was almost a balanced mix of ones I did enjoy and ones I did not enjoy so much. I am giving this consecution an 8