Crafted to recapture some of the spirit, story structure, and character depth of the original comic books by reorganizing/trimming scenes, adding new content from the “Under the Hood” documentary, replacing music to change the tone of various scenes, as well as cutting out silly stunts and other material that did not fit the tone of the original comics.
Official Synopsis: Laurie Strode becomes traumatized years after a ruthless stranger, Michael Myers, escapes the asylum, and violently attacks the residents of Haddonfield; leaving multiple dead. This fanedit attempts to fix what's wrong with the Zombie Halloween flicks, while reassembling footage from multiple films to tell a unique story, with a new color grade and music throughout. I am hoping to create a connected universe of sorts in the horror genre, like I have done with Marvel and DC Comics.
Green Street Elite Cut
Takes out the angrier elements of the music, and replaces it with a "Karate rock" feel--ala Karate Kid. Shamus keeps it more light hearted, as well as elevates certain scenes, while trimming a few bits of melodramatic dialog here and there. He also included songs from Cobra Kai and Karate Kid, as well as a few other 80s and modern songs to help give the film a new texture of elevation.
Eight Legged Freaks: Extended Cut
Added all the deleted scenes to the film making it 13 mins longer than the original film. Also added a black and white filter to this edit, to make this more like a "B" film from the 1950s.
Inspired by Filmnerd14 with his edit on Marvel Knights. This cut removes Abraham Whistler's death and Blade finding out that his mother is alive but she's a vampire now. Now this edit has a new colour grading and a new song during Club Fight Scene.
Silent Hill: The New Light
It's a re-cut of Silent Hill by removing Sean Bean's character and giving a new colour grading to the film.
Genisys: A Terminator Story
In this edit, all of the post Judgement Day footage has been deleted since the movie is not about that. The villain is no longer John Connor, but now a new Terminator taking the shape and form of John Connor. Some cringe-worth humor has been removed and the 1984 setting has a new aspect ratio. Particularly, the 1:85:1 frame.
Jupiter Ascending: Recurrence
It has been heavily restructured to flow better, with more purpose and excitement. There is a new opening (which is also symbolic of the elements in the story), with my own mix of an unofficial musical theme taken from various parts of the score. Action scenes are sharper and dialogue is more intent driven.
This version builds more intrigue with the new opening sequence. There is no introductory voiceover. It has a reworked 2nd act and a slight addition to the ending to emphasize an important lesson for the main character.
Salt: Hybrid Closure Cut
This is an edit of the 2010 movie Salt. Wilhelm Scream combined elements of all 3 cuts and it no longer ends in a sequel bait cliffhanger that was never followed up on.
Final Destination: Sinister
This was a collaboration with r/anappleonastick78 where both editor's re-cut both films by short some scenes and cut some moments in the films to make the characters likeable. The color-grading was done by Sum Lee.
THE DEVIL AMONG US
An edit from Netflix's The Devil All the Time, with the main focus on 3 things: -No narration, -A tighter story without so much filler, -The typical FireMerk thang (New Music and a New Color Grade throughout).
Escape Room: No Way Out
This new edit inserts some deleted scenes, reconstructs the journey of the movie, and is presented as a steady unravelling of secrets and fears.
El Camino: A Short Film
Following through Vince Gilligan’s original pitch for the movie as a 20 minute short, this edit serves to be a fast-paced end for Jesse’s story and an experiment for Conner's editing.
El Camino: Extended Cut
Adding back in all the unseen teasers, short films, and deleted scenes; Cooner has created the ultimate final plot point of the series that is Breaking Bad. Adding in music from the show for empty deleted moments has created a seamless presentation.
Prometheus: Special Edition
cuts out a lot of the unnecessary humor, dialog and scene's, building stronger, smarter characters. Removing many plot holes with the story and just general things that have issues. Such as Fifield getting lost in the structure, running in a straight line away from a rolling space craft. Deleted scene's or certain shots from the deleted footage was re-integrated back into the movie by either using several shots to change certain scene's or by adding a whole new scene to the film.
Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair
CHANGES: * The dedication to Kinji Fukasaku [from the Japanese version] and the Klingon proverb [from the international version] are both included in the film's intro. * New title & credits have been created. * Alternate shots during the dialogue in Vernita Green's kitchen are used [from the Japanese version]. * Extended animation scene with extra gore [from the Japanese version] * Longer gore take of Gogo gutting a man [from the Japanese version] and so much MORE!
The Lost World
This fanedit basically exists to combine both original Jurassic Park sequels into one story, both films happening concurrently.
The Thing in The Mist
A modernized version, with a new color grade and music throughout, of 2007's The Mist. Added a couple of deleted scenes, as well as cutting some dialogue that oversaturated some key characters. This is a more fast paced, darker version.
Miami Vice: Welcome Back Cut
In the spirit of Michael Mann's earlier work, check out a revamped version of the Unrated Extended cut of Miami Vice (2006), utilizing Jan Hammer's original score, as well as Mann's other work from the 80s like Thief and Manhunter, along with other modern-throwbacks to give the film a visual makeover, restoring some of the original 80s neo-noir vibes to the film.
She-Ra: The Coming Storm
It's a feature-length fan edit that combined episode 10 to 13 from season 4 into a feature-length film.
It's the final season of Netflix's She Ra show but turn into a two parted feature-length film. So the first half has episode 1 to 6 and the second half focus on episode 7 to 13.
Laurie Strode becomes traumatized years after a stranger escapes the asylum and violently attacks residents of Haddonfield, leaving multiple dead. This edit is to tell a whole new story, dealing with multiple issues within Rob Zombie's two part series, while delving into the psyche of Laurie Strode and those who survived that dreadful Halloween.
The Matrix: Redux
FireMerk takes the trilogy to tell a brand new story, giving the audience a new experience within the simulation.
It's a feature-length fan edit that tightening some scenes and trim some scene shorter. I also change the song at the end and replace it with something else.