Week of September 3rd, 2023 – New Fanedits

8 new edits this week:



Star Trek: Picard – The Watcher by asterixsmeagol

“Star Trek: Picard Season 2 cut down to a 3-hour movie”



Star Trek: In Search Of Spock by BionicBob

“It’s my favourite Trek movie–EVER!!! Friendship! Loyalty! Sacrifice! It’s all there in its timeless glory as Kirk and his noble crew risk everything to resurrect their fallen shipmate, Mr. Spock!”




Tarantino Tales: presented by The Red Apple Crew by ArtisDead, Dawnrazor, FrameSniffer, futon88, greenturnedblue, krausfadr, Phase3, theomega, ThePotatoParadox, and Wraith

“To create ten 60 mins Episodes from Quentin Tarantino’s 10 films to date”



Godzilla vs Kong: Hollow Earth Edition by Bobson Dugnutt

“Watching the film in cinemas, I realised how expendable the Millie Bobby Brown character and her subplot were, as the entire side mission was completely disconnected from the main story. Doing some very simple cuts to remove the sideplot ended up with a much simplier and to-the-point film, focusing on Kong’s journey to Hollow Earth and his clash with Godzilla in less than 80 minutes.”



Daft Punk’s Electroma: Love is the Answer Edition by gleem

“A pair of robots wish to become human.”



Star Trek: Strange New Worlds – Season Zero by TriggeredPuppy

“I took it upon myself to trim the 14 episodes of Discovery’s second season into a 4 episode prequel to SNW. It no longer references any Discovery season 1 events and cuts all side stories, primarily concentrating on Pike and Spock. I call it Star Trek Strange New Worlds Season Zero.”



Wyatt Earp: The Full Tombstone by Bobson Dugnutt

“The official Special Expanded Edition of the film was only ever released on VHS and Laserdisc, running over 3 and a half hours, so this edit aims to take all those exclusive scenes and create a nice, new, clean version of that cut.”



The Last of Us: The Spence Miniseries Edit by Spence

“Recut The Last of Us into a 3-part miniseries solely focused on Joel and Elli’s journey. A 4th “special episode” includes the majority of the cut content as short films.”


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