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Zagadka

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26-Jul-2013
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9-May-2021
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#1419052
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The Woman on the Train - Maniac/Zagadka Edition (Released)
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THE WOMAN ON THE TRAIN is a Maniac’s fan edit of The Girl on the Train (2016) movie based upon Paula Hawkins’s thriller novel. The aim is to tell the story from Rachel’s (Emily Blunt) perspective only and with the alternate ending (a small twist 😉. A few clunky bits of dialog and exposition ruined the atmosphere and mystery about the killer’s identity. With a tighter running time and the removal of the cringeworthy scenes, there’s an actually good and dark thriller hidden under some melodrama trash.

There fanedit is rescored with Trent Reznor / Atticus Ross’s music (Gone Girl) and Ólafur Arnalds’ (Broadchurch TV series) music.
Running time: 84 min

More info on:
http://maniac1962.blogspot.com/

Edited by Maniac
Idea by Zagadka

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#1410170
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THE HEWITT FAMILY (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remakes fanedit) (Released)
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It’s a project of a faneditor Maniac – THE HEWITT FAMILY. He’s made a fanedit of “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (2003) & “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning” (2006), editing them together into a 126 min movie. The fanedit improves the pace of both films, fixes some issues and creates a bit alternative version of what you know from the original movies.

The fan edit is done in a 2.40 ratio with DTS sound converted from 5.1 to 7.1. It includes a few music re-scores by Tyler Bates.

More info on Maniac blog (English subtitles & Bluray cover provided):

http://maniac1962.blogspot.com

Edited by Maniac
Feedback & English subtitles by Zagadka
Bluray cover by Monttsserat

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#1391385
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JIGSAW: A History of Desperation (a chronological fanedit based on the SAW saga) (Released)
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Yep, it’s finally here, folks! It was a very difficult and demending fanedit, but I believe it’s one of Maniac’s best edits 😃! I’ve been a SAW fan for so many years, and I’ve always wanted to tell my own story out of these movies. And thanks to Maniac, after so many years, my dreams have come fulfilled! Check this out - now it’s a thought-provoking and disturbing drama-thriller:

More info on (English subtitles available:

http://maniac1962.blogspot.com/2019/01/jigsaw-history-of-desperation.html

Edited by Maniac
From the mind of Zagadka
A BluRay cover by Anna Teodorczyk-Twardowska

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#1379921
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JIGSAW: A History of Desperation (a chronological fanedit based on the SAW saga) (Released)
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JIGSAW: A HISTORY OF DESPERATION pulls the backstory of John Kramer aka “The Jigsaw Killer” that is weaved throughout the SAW franchise (2004-2017), and creates a new chronological narrative about his life, work and philosophy. It cuts down on violence to concentrate on the story and character development of Jigsaw, Jill Tuck, Amanda Young and Mark Hoffman.

It’s a fan edit from the best bits and it’s a new spin on Jigsaw’s story. It changes the tone from bloody horror into a psychological-thriller-drama movie (it’s more in style with David Fincher’s SE7EN). It restructures the timeline of flashbacks, reduces ridiculous storylines/dialogs, over the top gore, plot holes and threads without answers.
It’s in a way a spiritual remake of THE JIGSAW FILES but with many new surprises and new music score.

More info soon on:
http://maniac1962.blogspot.com

Edited by Maniac
From the mind of Zagadka

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#1374717
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HANNIBAL: LA VITA NUOVA – a TV-to-Movie fanedit of Season 3 (Released)
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It’s a project of a faneditor Maniac and mine - HANNIBAL: LA VITA NUOVA.

We’ve made a fanedit of “Hannibal”'s NBC TV Series (Season Three first half), editing it into a 2 hours and 36 minutes long feature movie.

It’s a sequel to our edits of Seasons 1-2 – “Hannibal: The Chesapeake Ripper” and “The Memory Palace.”
Maniac recut Seasons 1-3 into feature movies. The fanedit consists from the most interesting and relevant bits of the main story. The goal of these edits isn’t to cram every detail of the series into a limited time-frame, but to create the actual film versions of dr. Hannibal Lecter story from the best bits and create a new narrative

The fan edit is done in a 2.40 ratio with DTS sound converted from 5.1 to 7.1. It includes music re-scores by Angelo Badalamenti, Hans Zimmer, Kenji Kawai.

More info on:
http://maniac1962.blogspot.com

Edited by Maniac
Idea by Zagadka

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#1361739
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HANNIBAL: THE MEMORY PALACE (a TV-to-Movie fanedit of Season 2) (Released)
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It’s a project of a faneditor Maniac and mine - HANNIBAL: THE MEMORY PALACE. We’ve made a fanedit of Hannibal’s NBC TV Series (Season Two), editing it into a 2 hours and 54 minutes long feature movie. It’s a sequel to our edit of Season 1 – HANNIBAL: THE CHESAPEAKE RIPPER .

We recut Seasons 1 & 2 into two movies. The fanedit consists from the most interesting and relevant bits of the main story without the cases-of-the-week-killers. The goal of these two edits isn’t to cram every detail of the series into a limited time-frame, but to create the actual film versions of dr. Hannibal Lecter-Will Graham story.

The fan edit is done in a 2.40 ratio with DTS sound converted from 5.1 to 7.1.
It includes music re-scores by Hans Zimmer, Rogue Banos, and Tomandandy.
 

More info can be found on Maniac blog NOW:

http://maniac1962.blogspot.com
 

Don’t forget to check for more info on part 1 first.
 

Edited by MANIAC
Based upon an idea by ZAGADKA

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#1351488
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Hannibal - The Chesapeake Ripper (Released)
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Hi, guys 😃.
I hope you’ll find our edit interesting and entertaining. It’ll be available on Maniac blog on June 5th in a great quality. Here’s more about the project:

Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal TV series is an interesting show with an insight into one of the most intriguing killers – dr. Hannibal Lecter. The show is brilliantly written and acted, and there lies a fanedit potential here.
Seasons 1 & 2 are be edited down to two movies about Lecter’s hidden agenda to see what’ll happen to Will Graham as his condition worsens. While “Minnesota Shrike” and “Chesapeake Ripper” plotlines are interesting, the case-of-the-week killers was rather dull; some murders were over-the-top and far-fetched. The films will consist from the most interesting and relevant bits and end with Season 2 epic finale.

The goal of these two edits isn’t to cram every detail of the series into a limited time-frame, but to create the actual film versions of Hannibal story from the best bits (Will, Hannibal, Jack Crawford cat-and-mouse play).

Any Hannibal fans around here? 😄