Sunday, December 3, 2017

Star Wars Silent Edition Episode VII is on Vimeo!

That's it, 9 years after the release of my first series of fanedits (The Star Wars 30's serial Edition, aka The Silent Edition), here we are again for the new trilogy!
Starting now with The Force Awakens.
(See you next years for The Last Jedi!)


TFA Silent Edition Rendu from TMBTM on Vimeo.

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Star Wars Episode VII, Silent Edition, coming soon.

Hello there.
Almost ten years ago I started doing fanedits by making my Silent Edition of Star Wars Episode IV-V-VI, followed by I-II-II. Maybe you heard about those in the documentary "The People vs George Lucas". You can watch them on the "fanedits" page of this blog.
I found it fun to do the exact same thing with the actual trilogy. Starting soon with Episode VII Silent Edition (to watch as an appetizer before The Last Jedi!)
This will be released in glorious standard definition (the good old days!) only.
Stay tuned.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

ALIEN-ATE is on Vimeo

This fanedit of Alien Resurrection was made in 2011 and is now streaming on Vmeo. You have to own the original movie to watch this fanedit. Please play the game ;) It is still the same story and events (mostly), but I think the new cuts make the whole thing go at a nice pace (I could have cut even more lines, as it is a very talkative movie, but 1h30 is short enough for an Alien movie, I feel). The ending is... let's say... different! Added footages: 2003 version: 4 minutes 30 seconds added. Alien vs Predator: 57 seconds. 18 shots with NEW special effects added: total 1 minute 27 seconds. behind the scene footage: 14 seconds added.

ALIEN-ATE a fanedit of Alien 4. from TMBTM on Vimeo.

Friday, June 2, 2017

Underworld Temptation Remastered by Mukankakuna

Late new here (I did not update this blog since a long time): A faneditor Mukankakuna released in april a high definition (1080p) of my fanedit Underworld Temptation. He asked my agreement, I gave it to him and I was pleased with the result. So check it out! You can read reviews of the original version at IFDB and you can check the page for the new version here The fanedit itself should probably be available at

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

LV 426 is (edit: well was) here!

LV 426 Fanedit from TMBTM on Vimeo.

Find it now at (not on vimeo anymore, sorry) This is a fanedit of Prometheus with the goal to turn the planet LV 223 into LV 426 in order to make it a proper prequel to the first Alien movie. So this fanedit is not meant to be seen with Alien Convenant. Most of the annoying aspects of the original movie (in my opinion) are now removed and/or changed a bit. - New Lenght 93 minutes. - 40 minutes are cut. - 9 minutes are added. - Including about 1 minute of new special effects here and there (some invisibles, some you should see...)

Friday, April 29, 2016

Two Glorious Bastards by CBB is now on Vimeo

In the last article you watched Harmonica, by TMBTM, a fanedit of Once Upon a Time in the West. This is the second fanedit of The Ugly West project. TWO GLORIOUS BASTARDS by CBB: It all started with the German title of the original THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY, which is 2 GLORREICHE HALUNKEN (translation: Two Glorious Bastards). Now why the German distributors decided for such an odd title change is unknown, but it inspired CBB to drop THE BAD from his edit and to make things more fun, he also decided to try to remove every bit of the famous and awesome Morricone soundtrack and replace it with Johnny Cash. While the removal of THE BAD was not that hard, even though it required to drop some of the most famous scenes in Western history (e.G.the cemetery duel), replacing the score was a close to impossible task, because the music is deeply woven into the original sound and cannot be just separated. Using various complicated techniques and spending months on the audio recreation, CBB managed to give the fanedit an entirely new atmosphere, not better than the original, but highly entertaining and very different from the original. Each Johnny Cash song was carefully chosen to fit to both the atmosphere and the contents of the scene, in which it was used. Every song was filtered to better represent the 1960s audio quality of the original sound. In the end almost 50% of the new audio is a replacement of the original audio, using bits and pieces from the original, some other movies and sound effect collections.

Two Glorious Bastards from TMBTM on Vimeo.