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'Evil Dead' Is the Latest Movie Trilogy to Get the Fan-Edit Treatment
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Someone combined all three original Evil Dead movies into one four-hour epic ultimate cut.

"The self-styled “multimediatician” has edited all three installments (along with a few select cut-scenes from three Evil Dead-inspired video games) into a single, nearly four-hour movie, which he bills as “The Ultimate Cut.” Roush outlines the entire process on his blog, explaining why he made certain choices — like using the ending of the theatrical version of Army of Darkness instead of the darker, funnier director’s cut — and pointing out the major sequences he had to drop to keep events on a consistent timeline."

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#2
I've seen a number of 3-in-1 Evil Dead edits pop up online over the years. All the ones I've watched were bad quality though, so hopefully this new one uses the Blu-rays and he didn't try to make a 1 GB 4 hour file.
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#3
According to his blog, it looks like he did use the Blu-Ray sources, though the full-quality file (13GB or so) is 720p. He also mentions a lower quality version that he deliberately kept low quality so as to avoid any hint of competing with the official releases.
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hebrides Wrote:According to his blog, it looks like he did use the Blu-Ray sources, though the full-quality file (13GB or so) is 720p. He also mentions a lower quality version that he deliberately kept low quality so as to avoid any hint of competing with the official releases.
That's a respectable choice, but what fan edit has ever really competed with its source??
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#5
^
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Adywan
Colton George Rushton
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Vultural Wrote:Colton George Rushton

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#7
Uncanny Antman

and really the question was stupid, it's down to personal preference.
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#8
Omaru1982 Wrote:Uncanny Antman

That's not a fanedit.
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#9
Vultural Wrote:^
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Unfortunately, I've just wasted 5 minutes of my life figuring out who/what Colton George Rushton is/was.
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#10
Ha ha.
Sorry.
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