Teen Wolf: Pamelicious Edition
I wanted to make the movie focus more on Pamela. This was done primarily through the subtle deletions of Boof material in order to make Scott’s choice less obvious.
*4 video excerpts relating to Pamela
*Lorie Griffin’s filmography
*moved Lorie Griffin up to third billing
*cut shot of Boof during first game
*trimmed Boof after Pamela leaves bleachers
*cut shot of Boof anticipating basket
*cut shots of Boof disappointed and Scott afterward
*trimmed end of Scott and Boof’s conversation after Pamela
*cut Lewis suggesting Boof to Scott
*cut Scott and Boof in the closet
*cut rest of hallway scene after Pamela leaves locker
*cut Boof after Scott gets out of his seat
*cut shot of Boof when Scott runs out of classroom
*cut scene of Harold and Boof playing basketball
*cut scene of Scott walking Boof home
*cut Scott and Boof’s conversation before t-shirts
*moved beginning of bowling scene to end of film
*cut scene of Scott and Boof walking to school
*cut reaction shot of Boof during championship game
*cut two reaction shots of Boof when Scott walks in
*cut reaction shot of Boof during booing
*cut reaction shot of Boof during dribble
*cut two reaction shots of Boof after Scott gets knocked down
*cut reaction shot of Boof to Scott’s first basket
*cut two reaction shots of Boof to Scott’s second basket
*freeze-framed on Scott touching Pamela’s shoulder
*cut rest of celebration and closing credits
*transitioned to beginning of bowling scene
*replayed Pamela kissing Scott (in slow motion) after reaction shot from Mick
*freeze-framed on kiss
*typed new closing credits
February 26, 2012 @ 7:38 am
Teen Wolf – Pamelicious Edition is a simple edit and overall well executed. The cutting of Boof was well done throughout. The only slight flaws come at the very end. The freeze frame shot at the end of the basketball game looked a little awkward. And the MPAA legal information at the end of the credits looked odd. But other than that, the edits were well done. It’s not a complete overhaul of Teen Wolf, but it makes for an interesting alternate take on a well known flick.
Added 9 July 2012:
I watched the entire commentary. Very very entertaining. I highly recommend fans of Teen Wolf listen to this track.
February 26, 2012 @ 6:46 am
This is a difficult fanedit to review because Teen Wolf is a movie very much representative of its era; a very formulatic going-thru-puberty 80′s movie with a sub-par soundtrack and average editing (the original editing that is, not the faneditor’s). Still, it’s got Michael J. Fox in it and that’s gotta be worth something; and the faneditor did succeed in his goal, which was to change the main character’s main love interest.
The menus are a very simple series of stills. The extras are deleted scenes, a biography, trailers for other Mark Moore fanedits and a full length commentary track. This is a labour of love and it shows.
Great image and sound quality and seamless editing throughout.
Definitely not a must see but recommended for people looking for a quick fix of 80′s nostalgia.