What happens when you ask hundreds of Star Wars fans to remake short segments of Episode V—with toys, animation, and amateur actors—and cut them together into a single film? You get The Empire Strikes Back Uncut, a sometimes silly, sometimes remarkable feature-length tribute to the film.
Star Wars Uncut was one of the coolest things to happen to Star Wars in ages — the classic space adventure "Sweded" in bite-size installments. And now, here's your first look at Empire Strikes Back Uncut. It is your destiny!
It was over a year ago when we first heard about Star Wars Uncut, the 15-second-at-a-time, crowdsourced remake of Star Wars: A New Hope. And it's now finally available in its entirety for your streaming pleasure.
Has crowd-sourcing ever created anything cooler than Star Wars: Uncut? If so, it's hard to imagine. The entirety of the original Star Wars has been recreated in 15-second segments, filmed or animated by fans. The result is actually intensely trippy, especially when Han Solo and Obi-Wan Kenobi burst into song…
Last night's Emmy awards left a lot of genre fans feeling disappointed: Lost was snubbed left and right, along with True Blood and a few others. But there were also some amazing geek shout-outs.
What happens when you recreate Star Wars: A New Hope frame-by-frame by editing together a patchwork of 500 15-second crowdsourced scenes? Star Wars: Uncut, that's what. If this isn't a labor of love (and Lego!) I don't know what is.
The fan-made masterpiece Star Wars Uncut is ready for its premiere. After dividing A New Hope into 15-second bits and divvying them out to fans to "remake," the project is finally winding down. Check out the latest trailer and clips.
A while back, Casey Pugh decided to challenge the Internet to recreate Star Wars, 15 seconds at a time, and then put it together into one big fan-made production. So far there are 393 scenes and this amazing trailer.
Remember the amazing idea to break down Star Wars into 15 second bits, let fans recreate the segments, then edit it back together into one giant fan-made production? The site now has 393 finished scenes and one fantastic trailer.
Star Wars Uncut is calling all Star Wars-fanatics to unleash their film-making skills on A New Hope... but in 15-second increments. It's kind of brilliant — in a fantastic disaster-waiting-to-happen-that-we-wish-we'd-thought-of-first way.