This was very well done. I added one point to narrative and enjoyment, because of fanedit.org's policy of superfriendly ratings (almost like TV.vom). I was entertained and amused by a complete story unfolding in such little time with very well done opening and end credits. No cuts were visible or audible. Clearly, this was done by someone who has truly mastered the art of fanediting. My deepest respect for that.
What I particularly liked:
- plot unfolding and story development
- fast paced
- the Monty Python feel of it
What I did not like so much:
-overly dramatic score in the beginning and the end
- the helmet on the wall scene felt a bit rushed, I had to watch it a second time to actually see the movement of the centurio.
The hypothetical ability to change history is, in essence, unlimited power. The repercussions of any alteration have far-reaching consequences. As such, anyone who would use such power must be the most competent and selfless individuals humanity has to offer. This is not such a story. Some decent laughs to be had, here. Not entirely sure about the classic Universal horror stylization, but it fits well enough.