1. A Vaulting Christmas Carol - Special Edition

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    from Morgan Leger / Added

    116 Plays / / 0 Comments

    For the holiday season, here is a special re-edit of the three time Mr. Coat Contributor Awards for Best Multi-Part, Best Writing, and Best Title Card as Morgan gets a taste of the Scrooge treatment with three interesting and strange variations of the Dickenss famed Ghosts. Also includes an addition 2 minutes and 15 seconds of footage not seen anywhere else!!! Debut on Blip: December 21, 2012

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    • Face/Off 100% Action Recut

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      from Locke Cole / Added

      110 Plays / / 0 Comments

      FUCK YEAH

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      • Aliens (sans Ripley) - Cut/Copy Project

        32:41

        from Nick Boyer / Added

        5 Plays / / 0 Comments

        I took James Cameron's film Aliens and removed Ripley, the main character, from the film. Characters who interacted almost exclusively with Ripley were removed or severely limited in their roles as a result. I do not own the rights to this film.

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        • Thunderbirds "Trapped in the Sky" 25 min recut

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          from Douglas Pluylaar / Added

          1,845 Plays / / 3 Comments

          When Gerry Anderson showed the pilot episode of his new series Thunderbirds to Lew Grade, Lew Grade came up to him and said "Gerry, this is not a television series. This is a feature film!" and promptly asked Gerry to turn this and the other 8 episodes that were already in production from 25 minute episodes to 50 minute episodes. This is why Thunderbirds is the only supermarionation series with 50 minute episodes. I could never figure out how this episode would've worked at 25 minutes, and I really doubted that it would. However Thunderbirds is quite a bit slower in comparison with the other series and it usually has severe padding. This is why I decided to try and edit Trapped in the Sky back to 25 minutes. It wasn't the easiest task as I couldn't really edit in the music bits (sometimes I got away with it tho). A lot of things had to be cut. The whole Tin-Tin story, Meddings' rescue attempt, Thunderbird 2 rolling out and the failed rescue (sadly). Long intros of places or people cut short and action edited just a little bit faster. It's not perfect, there are some faults (there is 3 frame delay near the end between the audio and the video) and generally I was too lazy to do everything exactly right (on reviewing I found I had edited some things a bit too fast). But here it is. I made the video at 25 fps, to make it 25 minutes long as per UK standards. Then I flipped it back to 24 fps for a little better viewing (Thunderbirds was shot in 24 fps), which explains why this video is 26 minutes long and not 25. Please support the official release, I'm making no money off this.

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          • AufZug - Extended Recut (FSJ 2009)

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            from Steffen Thum / Added

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            Ergebnis eines 3-tägigen Filmworkshops während dem 2. Seminar des FSJ 08/09, Hessen. Hier der nachträglich erstellte "Extended Recut" in voller Pracht.

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            • Critters 2 RECUT

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              from Ryan Barger / Added

              863 Plays / / 1 Comment

              A new and hilarious take on the 80's horror classic Critters 2! Featuring shape-shifting aliens, spinning furballs of mass destruction, and the most lethal easter egg hunt in history! Completely re-structured and re-scored for your viewing pleasure! This is a parody. All credit to original cast and crew.

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              • Recut Project Final-MC201-FR

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                from SIU Edwardsville CAS / Added

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                Students in a Southern Illinois Edwardsville course in the Fall Semester of 2014 called Mass Comm. 201 (the Freshman Seminar section) participated in an open educational resources experiment. Each student was given an iPad to use, and their professor, Mark Poepsel, Ph.D., developed an iBook to deliver course information. The course covered various topics relating to the field of Mass Communication and the role of the mass media in society. In fact, the title of the course is Mass Communication and Society. The iBook covers a different medium each week going through the history, contemporary issues, and future expectations of each. Each student learned to use various apps over the course of the semester. Having cameras in everyone's hands, Professor Poepsel decided to include a lesson about filmmaking that built on the basic concepts covered in lecture and in the iBook. Students re-cut a 14-minute short film by taking 30 second clips and re-creating them to the best of their ability. Since they are freshmen just getting started, these students have had little or no formal training in videography or editing, but using their iPads, they were able to shoot each scene and stick close to the narrative. Most edited using iMovie, and while a few students broke the cardinal rule against shooting in portrait orientation, the plan came together in the form of this short re-cut film. Our inspiration for this project comes from the Star Wars Uncut (http://www.starwarsuncut.com/newhope) project where fans took 15 seconds of the classic Sci-Fi film and re-created it. We hope you enjoy our crowdsourced take on Dinner and a Movie (https://vimeo.com/46071455).

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                • Castle of the Barens: TearFlame - Recut (2006)

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                  from COTBArchive / Added

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                  A re-edit from the original "TearFlame" made in 2004. Created specifically to improve on the old edit by Phil Dragash; for the DVD collection "COTB Collection" in 2006. The grading, and framing issues have been fixed, and the music has more score heard in the first two films. The pacing has also been improved. This is the superior experience into "TearFlame".

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                  • Spider-Man: The Willem Dafoe Cut

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                    from frank land / Added

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                    Billionaire, Playboy, Inventor, Actor, Writer, Philanthropist Willem Dafoe plays the terrific Green Goblin in this fantastic version of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man: The Willem Dafoe Cut.

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