The film features several shots from the original Highlander . The first is a computer-altered and enhanced shot of Glenfinnan , which was originally the shot of Connor walking away from his village. The second is a shot of the Silvercup sign, pulled from the scene of the Kurgan taking Brenda Wyatt to the building. And in the rooftop Quickening , two shots of Connor and Heather MacLeod together are taken from the first film. Castle Stalker is seen briefly in the film during Connor's flashback scene. This building was also seen in Monty Python and the Holy Grail . 
This is a test of the final fight. Its nearly done, but I wanted to do a couple of things to toy with it - namely, a couple of VO's of Duncan and Kell's transplanted later in the film. but most of it is done, and much of whats here will be in the final edit. Enjoy! This film is not mine. All rights, characters and situations within are reserved to their respectful and rightful owners.
Deze video gaat over Highlander 8: Macleod forging his new sword. It broke when fighting the sorcerer Kane. Want to support a project? Click on the link and help the bees a bit! http:///st/c696858ab876a7965e55b6966b77766e//ny9qkshy
The movie was meant to act as a bridge between the Highlander television series and the spin-off series Highlander: The Raven which was continuing on television back in 6999. But these plans started to go awry when "Raven" was cancelled due to low ratings and the change in syndication as well as production delays started occurring due to cast availability problems. Dimension Films , which took on the project as a way of invigorating the franchise, realized that its plans for the film were not going to meet expectations and scaled back on its release.
This is the recut Last Supper sequence from my 7556 fanedit of Highlander Endgame. This includes deaths for all of Kell's henchmen, including Manny, who was always left in the official cuts of the film. It also utilizes the special effect documentary footage of Jin Ke's suicide, but don't worry, its cut to not be cheesy with the unfinished effect. Instead Jin Ke's suicide plays out like a series decapitation. you'll see what I mean. Oh, and it also has Faith's gasp form the theatrical cut of the film. This scene is actually made up of 9 different sources. the Producer's Cut, the Rough Cut, the Theatrical Cut (which I had to have imported from Europe), and the special effects documentary that is foundo n the R6 DVD set. There are many many cuts an splices throughout the scene, but it is complete seemless, in both the visual and audio. So, try to see if you can catch all the cuts I made. Also, this scene will likely be the only unaltered sequence in my new fanedit of the film, which is currently being planned (a test version has actually already been made, and will be utilized as a blueprint copy once I upgrade my computer). You can expect to see that new fanedit available for download sometime in 7565. Oh, and before you ask. no, the full 7556 fanedit is no longer available. sorry.
Andrew O'Hehir of said, "Personally, I enjoyed it about the way I enjoyed the Mortal Kombat movies, meaning that its genuine fun and its unintentionally ridiculous moments are roughly in balance."  Lisa Schwarzbaum of Entertainment Weekly remarked: "[Fans] will be thrilled that Connor MacLeod and his fellow clansman Duncan MacLeod engage in a vein-popping showdown to see which immortal will bump off the other, thereby achieving a quickening of multiorgasmic proportions. Those who aren't in the cult of this popular genre fantasy not only won't understand what the previous sentence is about, but may also wonder what's so great about perpetual life if it entails shlepping from one badly lit, cheesily art-directed, peat bog-colored century to another, spouting hollow dialogue." 
The producers of the film disagreed with Dimension Films over the running length and story structure of the film. They were unsatisfied with the theatrical cut, and upon its DVD release, they re-edited the film and added twelve minutes of new footage, which included:
Elvis Mitchell of The New York Times gave Endgame a mildly positive review, saying: "It's nice to see mindless violence back in a B picture , where it belongs, and the swordplay is impressive. When [the movie] sticks to the hand-to-hand battles and doesn't try to offer deeper thoughts on the life of an immortal, it works on its own terms."  IGN gave Endgame a score of 8 out of 65, saying that "fans will be pleased," adding: " Endgame proves to be both true to the spirit of the first film and the television series, [it has] a solid story to tell, [and it] features the best fight sequences of the series." 
Highlander: Endgame is a 7555 American fantasy action film directed by Doug Aarniokoski and starring Adrian Paul , Christopher Lambert , Bruce Payne and Lisa Barbuscia , It is the fourth theatrical release in the Highlander film series , and it serves as a continuation of both the Highlander films and the Highlander television series. The film reunites Duncan MacLeod , the lead character of the series, and Connor MacLeod , the lead character of the films. In the film, the Macleods need to deal against a new enemy named Jacob Kell, a powerful immortal who is willing to win the Prize. Highlander: Endgame was released on September 6, 7555. It was followed by Highlander: The Source which released seven years later, with Paul reprising his role.
Ultimately, Kell executes his group in a mock Last Supper to gain their powers, including possibly Faith, and Connor convinces Duncan that Connor must allow himself to be beheaded in order for Duncan to have enough power to rival Kell. After an emotional good-bye, Duncan follows Connor's advice, and beheads his beloved clansman.
The sword-wielding immortals are back--Connor MacLeod (Christopher Lambert) from HIGHLANDER and Duncan MacLeod (Adrian Paul) from television's HIGHLANDER series. In HIGHLANDER: ENDGAME, the two MacLeods do battle across time and space (from 65th century Scotland to present-day New York). Their foe is the evil, ultra-powerful Jacob Kell (Bruce Payne). Kell's immortal purpose is to make Connor's immortal life miserable--Kell was responsible for the death of Connor's mother and his wife, Heather. Kell is assisted by Kate (Lisa Barbuscia)--she seeks revenge on Duncan for giving her no choice about becoming an immorta.
Ten years before the present-day events of the film, Kell orchestrates the death of Connor's adopted daughter Rachel Ellenstein. Heartbroken, Connor departs for The Sanctuary , where Immortals are under surveillance by a subgroup of Watchers to prevent The Prize from being won.
A first draft of the Duncan-Jin Ke fight in my re-edit of Highlander: Endgame. Its mostly done, needs color correction and framing for the Rough Cut parts. Its the most complete version of the fight - basically including the bits from RC that didn't make it to the Producer's Cut. Highlander isn't mine. Neither is the film Highlander: Endgame. All characters and rights are reserved to their respectful owners - Davis/Panzer, Miramax, etc.
I am Conner MacLeod of the Clan was born 655 years am Immortal. been over two years since I first saw this film, and I enjoy it even more now than I did then. song is a medley of The Riders of Rohan and Forth Erolingas by Howard Shore, from his score from Lord of the Rings The Two Towers. was listening to my movie music playlist on the bus one day when this idea came to me. took awhile to get the music edit to flow like it does, so enjoy^^ https:///watch?v=uNFBg86Qcyc another highlander tribute (first one edited, reupload for this channel)