Warcraft: Prelude to ChaosFeatured
World of Warcraft Original Soundtrack
- Blu-Ray (BD-25)
- 15m Comparison Video between scenes from the Original and the Fan Edit
- Download Includes 3 BD Cover Art Variations - Horde, Alliance, and Mix
- DVD Architect Pro
- Removed Human/Orc Duel
- Removed Durotan VO
- Modified Draenei subtitles
- Added new &amp;quot;Prelude to Chaos; Title Sequence
- Added Goldshire Location Text
- Heavily Modified Khadgar meets Llayne Scene (Lothar/Callan's relationship implied / Khadgar's mage history/exposition removed / edited to lead into Griffin flight to Kharazan)
- Removed Lother / Lady Taria Scene
- Inserted Horde Destruction Montage from Act 2
- Removed Khadgar / Alodi Scenes
- Removed Khadgar / Medivh Confrontation
- Removed Lothar / Direwolf Encounter
- Heavily Modified Garona meets Llayne Scene (Removed Lothar / Garona Romantic implications / Removed Garona being persuaded by offer of Freedom / Removed Medivh's confusion)
- Removed Medivh recharging at the Font
- Heavily Modified Garona meets Lady Taria Scene (Removed Garona speaking to Medivh / Removed all dialog of Garona)
- Added Llayne / Lady Taria Balcony Scene
- Removed Lothar dressing Garona Scene
- Removed Council of Races Scene
- Removed Lothar / Callan Infirmary Scene
- Removed Khadgar / Medivh Book Burning Scene
- Removed Khadgar / Lothar warning to about the Gate Scene
- Modified Callan's death scene so that Medivh is more culpable
- Heavily Modified Lothar / Garona Blame Scene (Removed Lothar / Garona Romantic Implications / Only have Lothar lament on his pain)
- Removed Khadgar / Alodi Scene on Dalaran
- Removed Medivh's Transformation Scene
- Removed Romantic Implications in Lothar / Garona Scene in Jail
- Re-edited such that Llayne's army arrives simultaneously to the Durotan / Gul'Dan Duel
- Removed many of Lothar's comedic lines when fighting Medivh
- Edited Llayne / Garona scene to not reference lines previously removed
- Used Prelude to Chaos Title Sequence
- Inserted World of Warcraft Log in Music over credits
- Moved Thrall's Discovery Scene to after the credits
- Added Special Thanks
A leaner, vastly improved edit on a perfectly fine but lacking film. Much better-paced and definitely more coherent this time around, resulting in a much more satisfying experience. I enjoyed this immensely.
this edit was a vast improvement on the original movie,BEEZO has been able to trim out the awkwark scenes and un-neccesary humour making it now more of a action driven movie .the scenes explaining the lore and the magic have been shortened and are now sharp and to the point.now you dont have to be a video gamer to enjoy this movie now the whole family can.picture quality is superb.
a highly enjoyable watch,highly recommended.
This edit does improve the movie a lot. It moves faster and feels more coherent, partly because related events happen closer to each other and don't have tons of filler, like scenes with unfunny humour and needless exposition, inbetween. Beezo manages to cut nearly all of the slack, which makes the movie that much more watchable and allows the parts of the movie that are actually great (imho everything with Durotan and Gul'dan) to breathe. It also removes some confusion I had regarding Anduins son while being in the cinema, of who I thought was the Kings son until he died.
Especially congratulation for the work done on the first and third act. The third act is actually very exciting now that most of the action happens simultaneously, and Durotans sacrifice makes much more sense if it's closer to the Kings sacrifice and the refusal of the orcs to kill Anduin after he won his duel. That way, it actually feels as if he moved something important in the hearts of his people, even if Gul'dan remains largely in control.
I liked Beezo'S version a lot more than the cinematic one and would encourage viewers put off by bad reviews who haven't seen the movie to check this version out, and of course everyone who is a fan and/or has already watched it to give it another go. Great work and thanks for sharing it with us, Beezo!
I would like to add a few points of criticism that remained for me, though the overall enjoyment of the movie was still high. If you want to watch the movie with fresh eyes, skip these and make up your own mind ;-)
- I think that the scene where the Orcs discuss the Fel would help to establish that plotline and give the character of Blackhand more depth, specially for when he is forced to take the Fel in the end. I think that a viewer can get the different attitudes of the Orcs towards the Fel by the indirect way the other scenes convey them, but I think it's needlessly potentially confusing without the scene. However, I also don't see a way to include it before they go through the portal without seriously disturbing the pacing of the great intro. Couldn't it maybe work once they are camping in Azeroth? Or is it un-cut-ably obvious that the scene is set on Draenor?
- Medivhs storyline feels a bit rushed. While most of it isn't very entertaining and thus I'm glad that it's cut, I wonder if it would be possible to give more of a feeling for his slow shift. I think a scene between his discovery of the Fel and his next appearance is needed where he actually gets in contact with the Fel would help to establish his contamination. Don't know if there is something salvageable in that direction in the movie. And wasn't it originally established at the beginning, and not in the middle, of the end-fight that he doesn't attack them immediately until provoked because he is concentrated on the incantation?
- I would have preferred the scene with Thrall on the river to be put behind Anduins coronation as the last scene of the movie, not behind the credits. It nicely mirrors the human leaders ascent and establishment and would make for a fitting final shot for the Prelude to Chaos. It gets lost after the very long credits.
- Another little thing that bothered me: Doomhammers betrayal comes pretty much out of nowhere. A little scene where Durotan explains his plan and Doomhammer shows at least a bit of doubt or argues with him would help to set up that turn of events. As it is, one has to retroactively think that Durotans best friend betrayed him, reasons unknown, and placed the green orcs in the valley.
(This is a modified version of my comment on reddit)
I've liked this edit very much. It has a fast pace and on to the point, although i think some of Khadgar's inexperience scenes could have remained so that we can see his progress over the course of the movie. That and his and Alodi's meeting.
I've spotted one bad transition here 00:13:01 - 00:13:05, you should be able to see it in slow motion.
Overall, good work.