Nosferatu – this influential masterpiece of cinema almost did not get published as it was an unauthorized adaption of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and all copies were ordered to be destroyed. Somehow the material survived – now being THE horror classic. Enjoy Ryan Alm’s 5 minute edit of Nosferatu at 90to5 or on youtube. The original movie was edited by the director F.W. Murnau.
Farewell to Space Battleship Yamato is the second film based on the classic anime series of the same name (Star Blazers in the US). Enjoy Farewell to Space Battleship Yamato in 5 minutes by Joe – it’s on youtube as well. Editor on the original movie was Yutaka Senzô.
A Boy and His Dog (1975) is based on a 1969 cycle of narratives by science fiction author Harlan Ellison – watch Rushad Patel’s 5 minute edit of A Boy and His Dog at 90to5 or on youtube. The original movie was edited by Scott Conrad and can also be watched on youtube. Enjoy
Who doesn’t love Laurel & Hardy? In this adventure, they are The Flying Deuces (1939), 90to5’d by Nikhil Choudhary . The 5 minute edit is also available on
youtube (blocked by youtube). As is the original movie. Editor on the original was Jack Dennis. Enjoy
Neofeopeo has done it again! This time with Salt of the Earth (1954) – writer, director and producer of which had been blacklisted by the Hollywood establishment due to their alleged involvement in communist politics. Done in neorealist style (using actual workers as actors) this cult movie is said to have advanced the feminist social and political point of view. Enjoy Salt of the Earth (1954) 90to5’d by Neofeopeo here or on youtube.
Editors on the original feature were Joan Laird and Ed Spiegel.
Boy! What a Girl! is a “race” film starring comedy star Tim Moore – the Kingfish in the television series Amos ‘n Andy. Watch Dar500’s 5 minute edit of Boy! What a Girl! at 90to5 or on youtube. Editor on the original movie was Jack Kemp. Enjoy