It's been a long, long time coming, but Star Wars: Uncut is finally finished and ready for your consumption. Don't know what Star Wars: Uncut is? It's a remake of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope made by hundreds and hundreds of fans the world over. Each fan (or group of fans) took over remaking a 15-second portion of the movie, which makes this arguably the most ambitious and complicated fan film of all time.
The end result is a wonderfully crazy patchwork quilt of a film, which is exactly what it should be. Because of copyright laws, the minds behind Star Wars: Uncut can't share the final film as one whole film for you to download, but you can head over to their site to watch all of the clips 'edited' together into the final film. It's pretty damned cool if you ask me.