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Screenshot: 00 Dee Boned00 Dee Boned
Directed by Russ Stepan of Stepan Entertainment Read viewer comments (2)

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.90 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie takes place two months after McZee's "Secret Message" movie. Dee Boned has been assigned to pick up where Q19 left off. Made back in 2000 and revamped with new voices for 2004, this movie has its funny moments. However, they are rather few and far between, and the action proceeds very slowly. If you'd like to see where Dee Boned began, however, this movie is definitely for you.


Screenshot: 00 Dee Boned 2: The World is Way Too Big00 Dee Boned 2: The World is Way Too Big
Directed by Russ Stepan of Stepan Entertainment Read viewer comments (2)

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 6.54 MB RAR archive
Description:
Dee Boned. In a sequel. Yup. A mad scientist plans on making the whole world shrink down to a sphere that can fit into his hands so he can crush it. Why? Because he's MAD! So, of course, Dee Boned has to stop him. This movie is pretty dated and runs pretty slowly (as in, plotwise and such), but does manage to include some relatively amusing elements here and there. Anyone curious about the roots of Dee Boned should check out this second movie of the original series.


Screenshot: 00 Dee Boned 3: Golden Pie00 Dee Boned 3: Golden Pie
Directed by Russ Stepan of Stepan Entertainment Read viewer comments (2)

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: *****
Cr: ****
Size: 5.75 MB RAR archive
Description:
Dee Boned goes to work just like any day, until he annoys the heck out of X12 and is told to leave. He returns to find X12 shot and his prized golden pie trophy gone. So, like any faithful agent, he sets out to find who is responsible with the help of the recently found Q19. This one is much more recent than the previous two editions of the Dee Boned 00 series, and it shows through the more advanced construction and execution. Lots of funny, random action, and lots of plugs from other recent movies. Good for random laughs... too bad it's not entirely finished.


Screenshot: 00 Dee Boned: Rotisserie Chicken00 Dee Boned: Rotisserie Chicken
Directed by Russ Stepan of Stepan Entertainment Read viewer comments (2)

Score: 15/20
St: **
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.41 MB RAR archive
Description:
Dee Boned is back! It's the weekend and Dee Boned tries to take it easy and practice up on his favorite sport, skateboarding, on his custom board, the "Rotisserie Chicken". Things don't stay nice and smooth, however, and Dee Boned ends up having to take on a gang while showing off his crazy mad skateboarding skillz. This is the first movie I've seen that has successfully merged skateboarding with pointless action… and I must say it does a pretty good job at it! If you like skateboarding, download this for what could quite possibly be the best skateboarding movie on Dragon Films!


Screenshot: 00 Dee Boned: You Only Live Until You Die00 Dee Boned: You Only Live Until You Die
Directed by Russ Stepan of Stepan Entertainment Read viewer comments (2)

Score: 15/20
St: **
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 973 KB RAR archive
Description:
Secret Agent 00 Dee Boned is assigned a very important mission… and executes it with FAST-PACED EXPLOSIVE RESULTS! Unless there's something wrong with you, you'll likely be laughing through most of this short flick. Combine fast-paced action with very smooth animation (relative to 3DMM's turtle-like framerate, of course) and you have yourself a worthwhile download. Check it out!

Screenshot: 007: Unleash the Dragon007: Unleash the Dragon
Directed by Frogman of Untitled Reels Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 17/20
St: **
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 3.88 MB RAR archive
Description:
Normally I do not post unfinished films on Dragon Films, but Unleash the Dragon is an exception. This has been one of the most highly-anticipated films for quite some time, though unfortunately it has been released unfinished. As such, this movie is more of a collection of key scenes in the movie, and does not really have any sort of discernable storyline of note. However, what it lacks in continuity it more than makes up for in sheer visual and aural stimulation. A lot of time went into making some extremely realistic, detailed, and complicated scenes, complete with rotation, great camera angles, and smooth action. On top of that, it has one of the coolest dragons I've ever seen in 3DMM! (Mwhaha) It's a shame we'll never get to see the final product; however, if you want some really neato eye candy, Unleash the Dragon should be high up on your list of movies to download. Quality work here from Frogman Studios and Untitled Reels.

Screenshot: 101 Scruffy Dogs101 Scruffy Dogs
Directed by Gareth Barsby

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 599 KB RAR archive
Description:
The description the director sent for this movie was "A quite stupid parody of 101 Dalmations." Well, what can I say... the director got it right on the nose! Well, it's not terrible, but it is rather silly. If you haven't heard of the 101 Dalmations story before then you'll be lost forever, but if you have then this may ring a few bells.

Screenshot: 14 Year Old Movie Maker14 Year Old Movie Maker
Directed by Mason Ward of 1-A-T

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 366 KB RAR archive
Description:
A kid and his friend decide to film a movie, and in the process they somehow start an intergalactic war. Very far-fetched and full of puns, 14 Year Old Movie Maker is a relatively funny comedy about what can happen to us all someday when we make our next movie.

Screenshot: 1984 vs. Today1984 vs. Today
Directed by Matt and Richard of Richard and Matt Productions

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 3.26 MB RAR archive
Description:
1984 vs. Today is an interesting movie illuminating how things have changed in the past 20 years when it comes to such things as brainwashing, subsidized distractions, and degree of punishment. The scenarios are oddly true, yet at the same time crazy enough to be just funny. But the truth is still there! GAH! What a world we live in! Funny, relatively well-made, and rather illuminating, this is a quality download.

Screenshot: 2 New Dialogues2 New Dialogues
Directed by Detective Dan of DBkmon Studios

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 270 KB RAR archive
Description:
A few more way's Melanie's DIALOGUE story could have gone. Once you've seen one spoof, you've seen them all.

Screenshot: 33
Directed by Shadow The Hedgehog

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.86 MB RAR archive
Description:
Now THIS is an interesting movie. Some guy has made a mechanical calculator and is trying to find a customer. Why would you possibly want a MECHANICAL calculator these days, though? Those things are slow and so bulky. Well, what if it also makes COFFEE? Heck yeah. However, a very unexpected glitch takes place, and pretty soon the entire planet finds itself at the mercy of… 3?

Screenshot: 3DMM Christmas Carol3DMM Christmas Carol
Directed by Mike Belfance and Justin Wawrzonek Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 6.42 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a 3DMM re-telling of Charles Dicken's classic "A Christmas Carol"... only with random Simpsons and Austin Powers WAVs playing in the background. If you've seen any other Belfance/Wawrzonek movies, you'll instantly recognize the humor style in this movie. And just like their other movies, it's quite funny! Built well, sequenced nicely, and well-voiced, 3DMM Christmas Carol is definitely a fun movie to grab.

Screenshot: 3DMM Late Night Episode 13DMM Late Night Episode 1
Directed by Tuna Hematoma of Inferno Productions

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 5.04 MB RAR archive
Description:
3DMM Late Night is a talkshow just for 3DMM. It involves many skits and is very community-based. The guests are Nick the Almighty and Jeremy Dick, complete with interviews and previews of movies. This movie has some good scenes and great comedy, and I recommend you check it out.

Screenshot: 3DMM Mole Episode 13DMM Mole Episode 1
Directed by David Crowe

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 3.05 MB RAR archive
Description:
Based on the hit television show, The Mole, 3DMM Mole takes members of the 3DMM community and pits them against one another to see who will win the grand prize of a large cash sum. This first episode, while on the rather raunchy side, looks like a great introduction to what may be a very funny series. `


Screenshot: 3DMM Mole Episode 23DMM Mole Episode 2
Directed by David Crowe

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 2.83 MB RAR archive
Description:
One person has been bumped out of the running, and the question everyone wants the answer to is: who is the mole? Watch this second episode to see who will be bumped out next.


Screenshot: 3DMM Mole Episode 33DMM Mole Episode 3
Directed by David Crowe

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 5.28 MB ZIP archive
Description:
In the third episode of 3DMM Mole, relationships and loyalties begin to destabilize as the race for the cash continues. In a dramatic twist of events, life has gone from bad to worse and nobody expects what will happen at the end. Watch to see the third person to leave the race for the prize.


Screenshot: 3DMM Mole Episode 43DMM Mole Episode 4
Directed by David Crowe

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.88 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Hmm... this episode seems to take the whole idea of 3DMM Mole and throw it out the window, stomp on it, pee on it, then wring it out and place it back on the table. I'm not sure what caused this sudden randomness... but... yeah. At least it redeems itself at the very end with the declaration that future episodes will be better...


Screenshot: 3DMM Mole Episode 53DMM Mole Episode 5
Directed by David Crowe

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 3.31 MB RAR archive
Description:
Yes, this one was definitely better! Actually, the beginning was downright hilarious... as in, brilliant! It's nice to see 3DMM Mole back in real action, complete with new funny ideas, competitions, and even a dramatic storyline twist (that relates to number 3). Be sure to check this one out.


Screenshot: 3DMM Mole Episode 63DMM Mole Episode 6
Directed by David Crowe

Score: 16/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 5.45 MB RAR archive
Description:
3DMM Mole is back, complete with all new randomness and funny stuff. I think you'll appreciate this "Special Extra-Long Episode," as previous ones have sort of been short and uneventful. Another contestant leaves tonight… who will it be?


Screenshot: 3DMM Mole Episode 73DMM Mole Episode 7
Directed by David Crowe

Score: 17/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 5.33 MB RAR archive
Description:
Here it is, the finale of 3DMM Mole! In this final episode, Andres de la Hoz returns to host the show… but can he keep the ratings up? Or is the REAL host going to have to come in and settle the deal? While the ending is rather anticlimactic and hastily done, the earlier portions of the movie are brilliantly hilarious. By now, the characters are developed enough (yeah, character development!) that you can almost guess what they'll do next. Or, maybe you don't want to guess in some parts. And, while it's not really a significant part of the movie, the two "commercials" are both insanely funny, especially if you're a veteran 3DMMer. Definitely a worthwhile conclusion to a worthy series.

Screenshot: 3DMM Wars3DMM Wars
Directed by Chris, Jack, and Peter of UFO Productions / Kris' Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 2.59 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Four kids go in search of the fierce monster that destroyed their homeworld, Earth. Unfortunately, the girl in the pink dress did not want that part so she got killed. For some reason, the now-threesome gets attacked by aliens. Why is this? Could they be minions of the big "monster"? This movie has some groovy music and an okay fight sequence, but aside from that I can't really tell what the heck's going on. The voices are sort of tough to understand, too. Perhaps the second part will be better. And, as a random sidethought, why is it called 3DMM Wars? Hmm…


Screenshot: 3DMM Wars Part 23DMM Wars Part 2
Directed by Justin Wolfe

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.01 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is a continuation of a previous episode that was never sent to me. It starts as a fight between two warring sides, but later on it goes somewhat random... you need to have seen the first episode to get what's going on I guess. If the director would have sent me his first movie first and his second movie second things may have made more sense.

Screenshot: 3DMMystery Science Theater 3000 Episode 13DMMystery Science Theater 3000 Episode 1
Directed by Ashton of Cronet Studios

Score: 15/20
St: **
Sm: *****
Co: ***
Cr: *****
Size: 1.10 MB RAR archive
Description:
Three guys trapped in a movie theater in Seattle are forced to watch awful, cheesy movies. This collection includes films from the "Movies that Didn't Quite Make It" page on this site. This is a great idea and is completely hilarious!


Screenshot: 3DMMystery Science Theater 3000 Episode 23DMMystery Science Theater 3000 Episode 2
Directed by Ashton of Cronet Studios

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: *****
Size: 1.69 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is the next installment of the 3DMMystery Science Theater. Although neither of the movies in it are from my site like it says they are (he he), it's still pretty funny. It is, though, a little difficult to see what is really happening in the real movie, but I guess that's the point!


Screenshot: 3DMMystery Science Theater 3000 Episode 33DMMystery Science Theater 3000 Episode 3
Directed by Ashton of Cronet Studios

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ****
Size: 798 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the third installment of 3DMMystery Science Theater. Once again, a nice slew of movies is heavily "critiqued" by our guys… wait, where'd they go? Ah well, never mind that.

Screenshot: 411411
Directed by King of Cows of Moo Pictures Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 3.16 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is a comic spy movie about Agent 411 and his capers against a generic, evil bad guy. It's pretty much your usual spy movie, with a few humorous twists thrown in (some of which are really funny, some of which aren't). The voices don’t really seem to match the speakers throughout most of the movie, and it seems to drag on in several places. But those aside, this is a pretty average film.

Screenshot: 6 New Dialogues6 New Dialogues
Directed by Matt Barnes of Evil Movie Maker Company

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 267 KB RAR archive
Description:
Here are 6 alternate ending to Melanie's Dialogue movie, which are all ridiculous and pretty funny. Definitely a bit better than the other ones of the same category.

Screenshot: 911911
Directed by Andrew Childs Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.01 MB RAR archive
Description:
911 is essentially a 3DMM remake of the events of September 11, 2001, complete with a different sequence of events. In this movie, the hijackers have guns, and afterward the President of the United States takes matters into his own hands. While not historically accurate, this movie does a fair job at releasing some of the anger caused by 9/11.

A GOOD Movie - Kent Seevers - 153 KB RAR

Screenshot: AaarnishozAaarnishoz
Directed by Ben Wheele of Bunny Films

Score: 17/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 6.04 MB RAR archive
Description:
Zombies have taken over a high school, and to make things worse a giant baby is destroying everything in sight. Will Aaarnishoz, the Zombie Killer, save the day? This movie has some very impressive animation and cool fights. There is a lot of blood and violence, but it is the most realistic blood and violence I've seen in 3DMM (what a weird statement). Unfortunately, its cliche story and lack of plot development prevents it from being a truly memorable flick. However, if you just want to see a bunch of zombies get slaughtered in strange and unusual ways, then this movie is definitely for you.

Screenshot: Ace VenturaAce Ventura
Directed by Sean Spark of Clayton Productions

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.03 MB ZIP archive
Description:
In this movie, Ace Ventura, everyone's favorite pet detective, is transpoted to another world! Included in the movie are some sound excerpts from Family Guy, the two Ace Ventura films, and the Simpsons.

Ackshun Movie - Unknown director - 25.3 KB RAR

Screenshot: Action Ian 1Action Ian 1
Directed by Ian Livingstone of Ian Software

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 931 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about the adventures of a guy named Action Ian (hence the title), and how pretty much everybody he meets ends up dead. This really looks more like an action movie to me, but I guess if you look at it that way it's pretty funny.


Screenshot: Action Ian 2Action Ian 2
Directed by Ian Livingstone of Ian Software

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.39 MB RAR archive
Description:
Action Ian has to go and save the world again! And, like the first episode, it's more of an action movie. At least the ending gets pretty funny.


Screenshot: Action Ian 3Action Ian 3
Directed by Ian Livingstone of Ian Software

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.95 MB RAR archive
Description:
If you love odd humor, action and disco, then you'll love Action Ian 3, the laid-back finale of the Action Ian Trilogy. In AI3, Ian meets Timmy C, a taxi driver, and another of the McKiesh brothers, Gary. Ian will have to be very crafty to win this one. Keep watching after the credits to see the hilarious outtakes. A bit of a diversion from the first two episodes, but nevertheless a good end to a nifty series.

Screenshot: Action Jake 1Action Jake 1
Directed by Anssi Kemppainen of Anzi Film

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: **
Size: 234 KB RAR archive
Description:
Action Jake is followed by the cops after killing a few gangsters. After evading the authority, he goes after the gang leader. There are really nice scenes in some places, but I couldn't get the storyline.


Screenshot: Action Jake 2Action Jake 2
Directed by Anssi Kemppainen of Anzi Film

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 246 KB RAR archive
Description:
Action Jake joins up with the LAPD to go on a mission to stop illegal activities. He stops the drug smuggling, and goes after the head honcho that is in charge of all the criminals. Then he's offered the position of being a cop. Will he accept the position?

Screenshot: Action League 1Action League 1
Directed by Planet Productions

Score: 12/30
St: **
Cr: **
Co: **
Vs: **
Au: **
Fn: **
Rated PG-13
Size: 1.69 MB RAR archive
Description:
Two races of beings have been fighting it out for four years in order to gain control of the local mining operation located on a planet called Tesh. One of the races' Presidents has been mortally wounded from an assassin's bullet; he represents the race of Fez Bots, the rarley violent and mostly diplomatic people. The assassin was hired by their enemies, the Mum Krufs, a mostly violent and rarley diplomatic people. The Fez Bots' President is on the way to the hospital as the movie opens.

Screenshot: Action League 1 Screenshot: Action League 1 Screenshot: Action League 1

Storyline: **
I could get the story behind the movie from the beginning text, but after that I was really left in the dark. Who are the Mum Krufs? Where do they come from? Several key points of the story such as these seem to be left out, making for a frustrating time trying to follow what's happening.

Creativity: **
I guess this is somewhat creative in the sense that there's a war and stuff behind it, but it's really no more in-depth than that. It's sort of like eating creamed wheat: bland. Not much sustinence... it makes you wish there was more to it.

Construction: **
Two words: no background. It's sort of hard to tell where the scene begins and where it ends, and if it ends at all. The buildings and guns and things are pretty neat-looking, but eye-rollingly simple at the same time.

Visual Appearance: **
Action League Part 1 boasts lots of soldiers, cars, and shots, but that's basically it. Plus the pure black background makes it somewhat hard to see everything, while also making it too easy at the same time. There's a weird feeling of lost-ness you get when you watch it.

Audio: **
There are some gunshots and car-squealing sounds in this movie, but other than that and the music in the back there is no sound. At times it almost seems like one of those silent movies that pause and use text to convey what was just mouthed. While it's not as crude as that, a little more audio would have paid off.

Fun to Watch: **
I wouldn't want to see it more than once, for it is nothing that you would need to see more than once. If you're into big wars, you might get a little kick out of this.


Screenshot: Action League 2Action League 2
Directed by Planet Productions

Score: 20/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG-13
Size: 1.60 MB RAR archive
Description:
After the great defeat of the Fez Bot forces, they were all forced to do hard labor for the Mum Krufs for five years. But Lord Mum Kruf has begun to slip deeper and deeper into madness, making his once great army crumble and the Fez Bot slaves braver in trying to run away from the work camps. What is more troublesome is a new rumor of hope for the Fez Bots: a rumor of rebellion? The second installment of Action League is considerably better than the first, but it's still not as great as it could be.

Screenshot: Action League 2 Screenshot: Action League 2 Screenshot: Action League 2

Storyline: ***
The story in this second part gets a little more interesting. Mutiny, traitors, things like that. The king also returns. But that's about it for the story... the rest is just war. But it's an interesting war, nonetheless.

Creativity: ***
Again, better than the first, but not by much. This episode finally has some background scenery, and its buildings and forts look unique. But aside from those it's pretty much the same as the first. There are some funny weapons, though. A V12 rocket? Excellent.

Construction: ****
This episode of Action League was built pretty well. There are some cool custom buildings and groovy camera views, and everything flows together rather well. Animation of characters and senery is done quite nicely. It's quite obvious that more time was put into the making of this episode.

Visual Appearance: ****
This second part of the series makes the first one look like it was made in fifteen minutes. The handmade scenery is quite good, and there is an overall sweet look to it.

Audio: ***
Like the first part, the audio consists of basically some gunshots and music, plus a few other sounds thrown in. The music is cool, but I think a better variety would be beneficial. A few of the sounds dodn't really work right, though, such as small gunshots resulting in giant explosion sounds and big bombs resulting in relatively small explosions.

Fun to Watch: ***
Like before, if you like war movies, you'll get a kick out of this. If not, you'll still get a kick out of this one or two more times.

AD - Sadistic Studios - 3.8 KB RAR

Screenshot: Adventures of Brad Vanderhoef Episode #1Adventures of Brad Vanderhoef Episode #1
Directed by Brad Vanderhoef of Elemental Films

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 428 KB RAR archive
Description:
Mr. Vanderhoef, action-man extraordinaire (or something), goes on an adventure of a lifetime, meeting up with big monsters, aliens, armed soldiers, and more. I'm not sure exactly why he's doing any of the things he is doing, though… there seems to be no real motive behind his actions or plot behind the film. Perhaps by Episode #2 we'll be able to find out why all of this is going on.

Screenshot: The Adventures of Jim & TimThe Adventures of Jim & Tim
Directed by Hamish Gavin of Hoax Films

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.81 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about two criminals, Jim and Tim, who just got out of jail. With their newfound freedom, what are they going to do? Well, duh… rob a bank, of course! What, are you stupid or something? Here we have a good example of a movie with no plot, lots of vulgarity, and plenty of killing. Your daily dose of duh for the day.

Screenshot: The Adventures of Lard 1: Bad Eating HabitsThe Adventures of Lard 1: Bad Eating Habits
Directed by Duncan Paul of Babs IT

Score: 6/20
St: *
Sm: *
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 151 KB RAR archive
Description:
This film is the first in a series about a character named Lard. I'll give you one chance to guess who the main character is (big surprise). This is really pretty much a short skit, something that's been done before… not entirely interesting, really.


Screenshot: The Adventures of Lard 2: Dangerous GasThe Adventures of Lard 2: Dangerous Gas
Directed by Duncan Paul of Babs IT

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 190 KB RAR archive
Description:
Welcome to the world of Lard… and his extreme flatulence problem. This second film in the Lard series is actually quite amusing! At least, Scenario 2 is. It just keeps going and going… quite humorously, too, if you ask me. Nothing more than a quick scatalogical laugh, but if that's what you're looking for, then be sure to check this quick flick out.


Screenshot: Adventures of Lard 3: LardzillaAdventures of Lard 3: Lardzilla
Directed by Duncan Paul of Babs IT

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 638 KB ZIP archive
Description:
In the third episode, Lard mutates into a giant after a failed attempt at a uranium waste dump, and he goes on a rampage! Not as funny as the second one, I don't think, but the ending is rather humorous.

Screenshot: The Adventures of NormanThe Adventures of Norman
Directed by Steve and Liam of The Comedy Cousins

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 15.2 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a short, unusual comedy showing the everyday life of a man named Norman. I sure wouldn't want to be him if this is what happens to him every day!!

Screenshot: The Adventures of Sebastian and ParachutemanThe Adventures of Sebastian and Parachuteman
Directed by MoodyBlues of The Moody Company

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 809 KB RAR archive
Description:
Willy, the Evil Scientist (aka Disco Magogo from "Fraulein Espionage") takes over a movie and tries to make his own. Can he succeed? Probably not. This movie was part of a special competition in which you had to create a movie with the Splot Machine. From there, you were only allowed to insert a limited number of new props and characters, and from there you had to make a movie. Thus, this movie is okay given the circumstances.

Adventures with Doraemon - Chris Palmer of Explosive Pictures - 64.9 KB RAR

Screenshot: African DraculaAfrican Dracula
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 477 KB RAR archive
Description:
A man kills some old guy one day, then flees the country to escape the long arm of the law. He heads to Africa and buys a house there. But, unbeknownst to him, a vampire lives in that house too... an African Vampire...

Screenshot: The AfterlifeThe Afterlife
Directed by Dash of UFO Produckshuns

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.35 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is basically a ripoff of Black Hole Sun. A NASA rocket's engines fail, causing it to fall down to Earth... right down on top of New York City. This rocket has enough explosive potential to wipe out the entire planet; how will the world be saved? Can one boy change the imminent fate of mankind? Rather touching at first, but it ends so suddenly and randomly that you'll likely be like, "What the?" as the credits begin to roll. Not bad.

Screenshot: Agent JohnAgent John
Directed by Royel of Universal Films

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 592 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about a spy guy who does missions for Mr. T, his boss. In this movie he has to find some secret plans... will he get them? And what are the plans, anyway? This movie is just another Patrick-starred movie with shooting and killing... nothing too memorable.

A-Holes - Marc Guzman - 1.05 MB ZIP

AIDS - Cameron Bourgeois of Shattered Dreams - 618 KB ZIP

Air Force One - Sam Scovill of Governor Pictures - 154 KB RAR

Screenshot: Alien 21Alien 21
Directed by Marc of Williamson Motion Pictures

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 3.54 MB RAR archive
Description:
This film is the continuation of Alien 20 (which is not on Dragon Films, oddly). The series consists of a death-defying war between the Babies and Alien w/Mafia members. There are other smaller side stories along with the main storyline, too, which come into play eventually. I've never seen a movie made in a manner like this, though... it's almost like you're watching a slide show with descriptions of what's going on, except the slides move around sometimes. While it's a neat idea, it doesn't really allow for any sort of personal interpretation or anything. Overall... pretty slow.

Screenshot: Alien 5: The ReturnAlien 5: The Return
Directed by Joe McShane

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 215 KB RAR archive
Description:
Alien 5 is about the coming of an alien race from Mars who swiftly takes over most of Earth. Only two people on the face of the planet are capable of providing the information needed to stop them. Will they succeed?

Screenshot: Alien InvasionAlien Invasion
Directed by Mike Swinehart

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 147 KB RAR archive
Description:
Aliens invade Earth, and a doctor and a policeman try to find out why. This movie starts out like an action movie, then gets sort of funny.


Screenshot: Alien Invasion 2: No EscapeAlien Invasion 2: No Escape
Directed by Mike Swinehart

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 90.1 KB RAR archive
Description:
Three astronauts crash on a planet called Yqra, home to the "Ledripod" aliens. Will they get off alive?


Screenshot: Alien Invasion 3Alien Invasion 3
Directed by Mike Swinehart

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 669 KB RAR archive
Description:
In the third installment of this series, aliens swarm earth to try and take it over. A man and his wife (at least, it seems to be his wife... who else would open the bathroom door while he's taking a dump?) flee to their aunt's house to try and seek asylum as the world is being overrun. Will they survive? Will they destroy the aliens? You might be surprised...

Screenshot: Alien VengeanceAlien Vengeance
Directed by GO-BO Pictures

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 4.73 MB RAR archive
Description:
Alien Vengeance is the continuation of the Nebular-Earth war (be sure to watch Alien Visitors first). Our hero, Patrick, leads a team of pilots to the planet Nebular in an attempt to assasinate the Emperor. On earth, Ches, the Emperor's favorite minion, carries out his plans to assasinate the President. Who will succeed? Patrick? Ches? Both? Or will both of their plans be foiled? Watch and find out!

Screenshot: Alien VisitorsAlien Visitors
Directed by GO-BO Pictures

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.81 MB RAR archive
Description:
Alien Visitors is a sci-fi comedy about aliens from outer space coming and causing problems on Earth. It all begins with a man who wants to fix his television… that's when the terror begins. Funny and pretty well-built, this movie is one to check out! This is actually the prequel to Alien Vengeance, and was made about five years before said movie.

Screenshot: AlienatedAlienated
Directed by Matt McGowan

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 275 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This short movie is about a guy who gets abducted by an alien and… well… loses something rather important. Rather hokey, but the ending is randomly funny with the sound effect that was thrown in.

Aliens and Robots - Oliver of Cold Blood Productions - 767 KB RAR

Screenshot: ALIENS!ALIENS!
Directed by Ally

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 168 KB RAR archive
Description:
Aliens (from outer space, of course) want to take away a woman's baby. What will she do to prevent it? Or is it even real?

Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 2 - Dark AnticipationAlternate Vlarion 2 - Dark Anticipation
Directed by Aaron Haynes of Ultima Productions Read viewer comments (5)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 880 KB RAR archive
Description:
All who have seen Vlarion 2 know just what happened at the gut-wrenching end... the unexpected betrayal at Megoda Hospital. Many suffered that night, but time flows on, uncaring. However, something has happened. As the events from past times are replayed, Dask makes a different choice, spawning a new set of consequences. In the flash of an eye, what had once only been an echo of a dream becomes harsh reality... and a very different adventure unfolds to answer a question of many: What would have happened if Brian hadn't left?

Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 2 - Dark Anticipation Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 2 - Dark Anticipation Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 2 - Dark Anticipation Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 2 - Dark Anticipation Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 2 - Dark Anticipation

Storyline: *****
Alternate Vlarion 2 has the exact same storyline as Vlarion 2, since it is the same movie! Until then end, of course, when things begin to change. If you haven't seen Vlarion 2 yet, I suggest you do before checking this out. Why? The storyline goes on a VERY different course!!! And it is incredible!!!

Creativity: *****
To be very blunt, this idea has NEVER been done before. Never in 3DMM history has a movie been made in an 'alternate' sense, in which something else happened in the storyline which changes everything. I was completely stunned at this unique idea. What a genius Haynes is! Aside from the great new story idea, the new scenes in the movie were very unique, such as blowing Polkros through a wall!

Construction: *****
Just like Vlarion 2, just with a few new scenes during the battles. And those scenes look great! The Polkros battle scene looks incredibly spectacular. And in general, of course, it is built excellently. (Is that a word?) Scenes were complex and effective, and the movie's continuity was perfect.

Visual Appearance: *****
HOLY SMAQ!! If you saw the screenshot of Dark Holy, you'll know right off the bat that this is going to be a visual thrill ride. Strap yourself in and get ready for some sweet visuals!

Audio: *****
Man, if you're not a believer in midi music, then the Vlarion series will show you that midi is far superior to digital audio! The songs used were excellent, and the custom-made sound effects sound like they were made in a special sound factory! Wow!

Fun to Watch: *****
If you've seen Vlarion 2 recently, you may get bored with the movie up until the very end, but I cannot penalize this movie for that insignificant point. It is so good, I could watch it 80 times and not get bored with it! But it's not just great because of its visuals and audio... it's the storyline that is truly compelling and involving. I can't wait for AV3!!


Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 3 - Echo of TimeAlternate Vlarion 3 - Echo of Time
Directed by Aaron Haynes of Ultima Productions Read viewer comments (5)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 2.32 MB RAR archive
Description:
Changes are happening within the fabric of time. Something is eating away at the thing that makes Dask who he is, causing brief changes in personality followed by split-second exponential jumps in power. The rest of the group struggles to cope with these disturbing new developments while preparing for a rapidly approaching threat, dimly aware of some very dark clouds on a proverbial horizon... when all at once, the entire universe seems to hit bottom with a devastating effect. It is a tale of lost identity, of realization, of deconstruction and rebirth. And as an unstable new world is born out of the fires of a temporal whirlwind, the most unlikely hero steps forward, white bladed sword in hand, to stand against what shouldn't be.

Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 3 - Echo of Time Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 3 - Echo of Time Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 3 - Echo of Time Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 3 - Echo of Time Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 3 - Echo of Time Screenshot: Alternate Vlarion 3 - Echo of Time

Storyline: *****
I have been keeping track of the Vlarion story ever since it opened up with Vlarion 1 - The Elemental War, and by this time it is strikingly obvious that Aaron's storytelling techniques and abilities have risen just about as exponentially as Dask's power spikes. The story of Alternate Vlarion 3 is, in itself, a wonderful, massive tale of life, love, and existence. When junctioned with the rest of the Vlarion and Uprising series, it becomes a critical piece in an immense, epic saga that stretches beyond the limits of infinity. While you will no doubt be confused by many parts of this movie, fear not... all the answers will arrive in good time.

Creativity: *****
When Vlarion landed in my e-mail inbox, I thought it was quite original. When Vlarion took its "alternate" course, I thought it was a very unique twist on an already great idea. But when this alternate course got fully developed into a long, absolutely stunning movie, as it did with AV3, I knew that the time had come when somebody finally transcended into a new realm of storytelling and moviemaking. Alternate Vlarion 3 will not only open up a wildly creative deconstruction of existence, but it will also stun you with unique techniques in every category you can imagine. Plot twists, scene creation, magic effects, storyline flow... all these aspects of the movie are not only created remakably well, but are created in an entirely new way that will forever change the way you tell stories.

Construction: *****
Imagine working for Pixar as an animator on their next computer-animated film. You spend countless hours at the computer during the late hours of the night, trying to get that little piece of animation down right, working until your brain begins to merge dreams and reality into one, gripping onto the realm of consciousness only by your hand that holds your coffee mug. After a mentally and physically exhaustive expanse of time that seems like an eternity, you finish your job and realize that what you just created is a masterpiece, a gem, a breathtaking opus of a vision manifested in an image on the computer. Now imagine that you can download this work right from this page. Alternate Vlarion 3 pushes the limits of 3D Movie Maker back yet again in its scene complexity, character interactions with the environment, and sheer quantity of objects used. You will be treated to a film that does more than shines from great looks, but also from great moviemaking skill. All aspects that go into making a really memorable movie can be found right here.

Visual Appearance: *****
Just check out these meager screenshots and you'll agree very quickly that Alternate Vlarion 3 looks incredible beyond belief. I personally know that Aaron has literally put his sanity on the line to make this movie look spectacular, and it truly shows here. The magical attacks of Dask and the team constitute the most stellar special effects I have ever seen in 3DMM, and the scenery created in the movie will take your breath away. The mirror dojo scene will make you drop your jaw. The wireframe decomposition of reality will make you do a double-take. Everything that is shown on-screen in this movie is there for a purpose: if it's not to aid in telling the story, then it's to knock you off your chair and send you sprawling to the floor with visuals that rival multimillion dollar Hollywood movies.

Audio: *****
Audio is one of the aspects of a movie that can either make it or break it. In this case, the audio of AV3 really makes it. The sound effects in the movie are simply stunning, and are used in such a way that they reinforce each other and create completely different sounds that could only be otherwise made in a special recording studio. The music, though, is what really gives AV3 its shine. MIDI has never sounded so good. Every song, while not composed by Aaron himself, has been remixed, revoiced, and remastered to go perfectly with the movie. If you are still one of the close-minded individuals that stubbornly refuse to enjoy MIDI music in 3D Movie Maker films, then let Alternate Vlarion 3 be your guiding light to the realm of masterful, instrumental music.

Fun to Watch: *****
A word popped into my head as I was writing this review, and I think it describes this movie very well: transcendental. The American Heritage Dictionary defines it as "rising above common thought or ideas; exalted; mystical." This is a very fitting word for Alternate Vlarion 3. Take what you thought 3DMM could do and throw it out the window. AV3 is going to take you on a journey, that will last for well over an hour, into uncharted territories of visual appeal, character development, and theoretical concepts, shattering the limits of 3DMM along the way. Vlarion has definitely come a long way since the very first episode, and with this miraculous movie here we will all get a glimpse of what is to come from this director. Aaron, I salute your hard work and determination to get this movie done as fast as you did, and I thank you for creating a movie that is not only immensely fun to watch, but also is a pillar of excellence that will be looked up to for times to come.

Screenshot: The Amazing Adventures of Chris and Will Episode 1The Amazing Adventures of Chris and Will Episode 1
Directed by Unpredictable Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 395 KB RAR archive
Description:
Chris and Will from 3dmm.co.uk are pondering what they're going to do about all the movies they have when all of a sudden it starts raining movies in the form of purple cubes. This short, funny movie gives you a glimpse of what the life of a 3DMM webmaster can feel like at times. Since it's so quick, I suggest you download it for a quick laugh: it's constructed rather well, the voices are hilarious, and it's just so dang quick that it's definitely worth the download time.

Screenshot: The Amazing Adventures of Cow Woman Episode 1The Amazing Adventures of Cow Woman Episode 1
Directed by David Letersky

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 677 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a comedy about a heroine named Cow Woman who uses her powers to try and stop Food Man, a villian out to poison everyone through restaraunts. It's quite funny and random.

Screenshot: The Amazingly Pointless Adventures of Gustave!The Amazingly Pointless Adventures of Gustave!
Directed by Will B-R of New Dream Productions

Score: 11/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 561 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a small action movie, the first in a series. It stars Gustave and deals with a random adventure of his, just like the title hints at. There were some nice scenes in this movie, and they were made pretty well. But, like many movies like this, it falls prey to the no-plot wolves. All in all, pretty amazing and pointless... surprise?

Screenshot: Amusement ParkAmusement Park
Directed by Jakob Falk of Chocobo Productions

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 41.2 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a short movie about a deadly amusement park. Short, weird... but at least it's a fast download.

Screenshot: Angel the MovieAngel the Movie
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 8.15 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This film is based on the T.V program. Angel and Buffy's scooby gang must stop the vampires who have become immune to sunlight. This movie is very large due to the recorded music, and it's pretty cool. Due to e-mail constraints it had to be split up into three separate parts, which are all included in this .zip file. Simply load up the next part when the one you are watching finishes.

Screenshot: Angelic AmbianceAngelic Ambiance
Directed by Brandon Savoie of Juggalo Clown Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.31 MB RAR archive
Description:
Angelic Ambiance is a drama about a man involved in a car accident who is given one last chance, even after death, to revisit his present and past life. While touching and sad, this movie is not incredibly original or remarkably stunning. However, it is just what it should be: touching and thought-provoking.

Screenshot: Another Day @ the OfficeAnother Day @ the Office
Directed by Gavin Campbell

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.32 MB ZIP archive
Description:
A couple of guys try and put a bomb in an office, but the cops somehow find out about this plot and come to stop them. Will the men destroy the office, or will they be stopped by the cops? One little note: although it mentions Dragon Films in the credits several times, I did not make this movie.

Screenshot: Armageddon 2Armageddon 2
Directed by JD of Unpredictable Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.44 MB RAR archive
Description:
Armageddon 2 is a spoof of the original Armageddon movie. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you may even just stop watching it... you'll have to download it to find out.

The Arsonist - Disturbing L.T.D. - 94.8 KB RAR

Screenshot: AssaultAssault
Directed by Santiago Miglionico

Score: 12/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: *****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.60 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is more or less your usual high-visual-effects low-everything-else random shoot-em-up film, with nothing really special except cool weapon actions and nice animation. Yeah, cool, but... whatever.

The Assault III - Michael Zhu of Impact Productions - 122 KB RAR

Screenshot: Assault on El PresidenteAssault on El Presidente
Directed by Justin Dailey of Ace Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 504 KB RAR archive
Description:
A crazy Iraqi assassin sneaks into the White House with a clever diversion and kills the President. While not super-intuitive, this movie has some nifty special effects in it.

Screenshot: Assignment: UnpossibleAssignment: Unpossible
Directed by Killer Fish

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.08 MB RAR archive
Description:
Another action movie without a clue, Assignment: Unpossible is just pure shooting and violence. Nothing really can be said about it... shooting and killing just about wraps it up. The outtakes at the end are pretty funny; they give the movie a little better score than it would have recieved.

Screenshot: Attack of the Clumsy ZombiesAttack of the Clumsy Zombies
Directed by Matt Johnson

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 452 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about two boys that stumble upon a castle. They decide to be stupid for the sake of being stupid and go up to the castle. One explodes, and zombies try to kill the remaining boy throughout the movie, but die themselves in random ways! While it's not an awesome movie by any means, Attack of the Clumsy Zombies will quench your thirst for random deaths, if you happen to have any.

Screenshot: The Attack of the Most Boring Alien Spaceships from Outer Space!The Attack of the Most Boring Alien Spaceships from Outer Space!
Directed by Chris Hill

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 335 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a small, cornily-funny movie about aliens coming to Earth. There are some parodies of other movies in it, such as The Godfather, Star Wars, and Independence Day. Included in this file is the Special Edition, which includes some updated scenes, better effects, and so on.

Screenshot: Attack on AmericaAttack on America
Directed by Ryan Bird of Birdie Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 222 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001. Short, sad, patriotic.

The Badly Dressed Vampire - Dave Sitbon, Dave Markowski, and Tim Sullivan - 163 KB RAR

Screenshot: Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 1Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 1
Directed by Wesley Moses of 3DMM Knight Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.96 MB ZIP archive
Description:
The first episode of this movie series appears to introduce the underlying conflict. The evil wizard Amn is unleashing evil warriors to destroy the world. Unfortunately, the storyline is too underdeveloped and not based on anything really interesting. However, there are lots of cool sounds and music clips in this movie. Perhaps it will get better as time goes on.


Screenshot: Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 2Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 2
Directed by Wesley Moses of 3DMM Knight Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.99 MB ZIP archive
Description:
In the next episode of Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn, the evil warriors start to invade. And… that's about it. Like the first episode, this one has lots of cool music, but nothing much else goes on.


Screenshot: Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 3Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 3
Directed by Wesley Moses of 3DMM Knight Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.85 MB ZIP archive
Description:
In the third episode of the series, we seem to finally see the main characters. We also get introduced to the mako concept. And… that's just about it. These episodes seem very short and unfulfilling.


Screenshot: Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 4Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 4
Directed by Wesley Moses of 3DMM Knight Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 2.59 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Again, just like the other episodes, stuff happens. Sorry I can't really give a better description… the story continues just a little bit, and the plot "thickens". These movies seem to be mostly fluff with not enough stuff…


Screenshot: Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 5Baldur's Gate - the Shadows of Amn Episode 5
Directed by Wesley Moses of 3DMM Knight Productions

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.12 MB RAR archive
Description:
Well, this seems to be getting a little more interesting now, at least somewhat. The characters are banding together and trying to destroy the evil wizard... dang it, I hope they do sometime soon or I'm going to run out of space to post this series!!

Ballista Test - Matt Spanel - 45.9 KB RAR

BAM! eXtreme - Unknown director - 656 KB RAR

Screenshot: BatfinkBatfink
Directed by Jason Brown of Anomolous Jeans

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 509 KB RAR archive
Description:
Batfink, a weird rat-headed Batman wannabe, goes to stop a fat guy who has invented a device that can cause people to go back in time. This fat dude wants to use his great invention, as well as a robot friend, to rob a bank. Will Batfink stop this vile evildoer?

Screenshot: Batman: the Dark Knight Episode 1Batman: the Dark Knight Episode 1
Directed by Ray Laferriere

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.20 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Batman comes to 3DMM to battle the forces of evil. It has some good animation, a neat story, and some cool special effects. Hey, if you can animate Batman in 3DMM, that's not too shabby.

Screenshot: The Best CopThe Best Cop
Directed by Luke Jordan of StuperStuff Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.95 MB RAR archive
Description:
Senior Phycopath Bobby Broshea has tried killing poor Peeky Bradshaw. But Sergent Buttworth, also known as The Best Cop, is not going to let that happen. Watch as Buttworth tracks down Bobby Broshea and see how great The Best Cop is.

Beverly Hills Cop 5 - SZ of SZ Productions - 361 KB RAR

Screenshot: BeyondBeyond
Directed by Joe Tonks

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 954 KB RAR archive
Description:
Beyond is a very different kind of fantasy movie. It doesn't follow any kind of storyline, there is no real underlying plot, and the characters don't seem to mean anything. Instead, it looks sort of like a 3DMM interpretation of chaos. Very interesting and weird.

Screenshot: The Big Blue PlanetThe Big Blue Planet
Directed by Noah Nazim of Smiley Face Productions Read viewer comments (2)

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 487 KB RAR archive
Description:
The Big Blue Planet is about a team of astronauts sent to destroy an alien planet. The mad scientist they find there, however, has different plans in mind. This sci-fi/comedy movie sort of starts out choppily, for you don't really have a clue as to what is going on. However, it picks up the pace and turns out to be quite funny as it progresses. Not a bad film.

The Big Fool - Mason Ward of 1-A-T - 42.1 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Big HitThe Big Hit
Directed by Martyn Breed of MBM Productions

Score: 10/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 643 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a completely plotless movie which sees everyone receiving big hits, bangs, smacks, and so on. It's bizzare comedy that some will get a big kick out of but others will find boring. But hey, in what other movie do you see a guy getting sucked into Bongo's butt?

Screenshot: Big Warrior DoodBig Warrior Dood
Directed by Tuna Hematoma and Peacock Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 17/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.07 MB RAR archive
Description:
Set in medieval times, a man named Big Warrior Dood has interest in a fair maiden. But then, out of nowhere, the evil Evil Dood captures her. Big Warrior Dood tries to save the damsel in distress. This movie is really funny and very well-made, definitely a great comedy movie to watch. Download it now!

Bimbo - 3BirB Corporation - 70.3 KB RAR

Screenshot: Black HorizonBlack Horizon
Directed by Nate D

Score: 14/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 541 KB RAR archive
Description:
Black Horizon is an RPG-style movie which uses a 3DMM version of the Final Fantasy Tactics battle engine. In this film, a man named Kevil goes on a quest along with some allies to try and find a special object that, if allowed to fall into the wrong hands, could wreak havoc on the world. However, a sinister industry that has been loathed for quite some time has plans of its own… but are the plans of good or of evil? Black Horizon has a lot going for it, however the first episode has few flaws. A lot of the text is not punctuated correctly, making dialogue close to impossible to read at times (especially if you're running WinXP). Also, several of the battle scenes seemed quite unnecessary… just random filler. Nevertheless, it is building an interesting story, complete with role-playing characters and complex events, that I would like to see continue.

Screenshot: Black Skulls Episode 1Black Skulls Episode 1
Directed by Jason Nelson of Blizzard Entertainment

Score: 17/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: ***
Vs: ***
Au: ***
Fn: ***
Rated PG-13
Size: 736 KB RAR archive
Description:
A gang called the Black Skulls is on a mission to get a diamond worth 20 million dollars. As it goes, it is interrupted as another terrorist gang meets it on the street. All but three of the Black Skulls are killed. The leader then decides to take matters into his own hands, but then finds that the remaining Black Skulls don't like his ideas...

Screenshot: Black Skulls Episode 1 Screenshot: Black Skulls Episode 1 Screenshot: Black Skulls Episode 1 Screenshot: Black Skulls Episode 1

Storyline: ***
I like the idea that this movie brings up, but there is little character development, plot development, and so on. The movie sort of jumps right into the center of the movie without any prior setup. Had there been more description and deveopment this would have gotten a 4.

Creativity: ***
Most movies dealing with terrorists and gangs are dull and have no creativity to them. The most creative thing you see is the way guns look. This movie, however, takes a twist from the bandwagon and decides to make things a little more complicated and interesting. Good idea.

Construction: ***
This movie is made nicely, but there are some problems in construction. Lots of the handmade scenes have small and not-so-small placement problems (like the police station scene), and some of the handmade props are pretty dinky. Some better sounds could have been used, too.

Visual Appearance: ***
While this movie could have looked a lot better, it's good enough to get the point across. A little more detail in places like the city and such would have been very nice.

Audio: **
The audio experience is hyped in the beginning with cool music, but later dies off quickly as no custom sounds are used. Gunshots are merely thuds and the tire squeals are unnaturally loud. Sure, sound enhances a movie. But if the sounds aren't implemented correctly, the reverse happens.

Fun to Watch: ***
This movie is all-in-all okay. It ends very abruptly (did the director remember to finish it?), but then of course it does leave you with a cliffhanger feeling of sorts. I hope Episode 2 develops the story a little more.

Screenshot: The Black SunThe Black Sun
Directed by Mark Productions

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 520 KB RAR archive
Description:
Alan is just another agent in the British Secret Service. But when he and his partner get an assignment to destroy one of the biggest threats to world freedom the Earth has ever known, he's up to the challenge. This movie is long, predictable, and not entirely enthralling.

Screenshot: Blade of Storms Episode 1Blade of Storms Episode 1
Directed by Andrew Ray of Magicfilms

Score: 17/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: ****
Size: 4.06 MB RAR archive
Description:
Four seemingly random people are brought together to inspect an oil blockage. That big rock can't be too hard to move, right? It turns out to be much more trouble than they imagined. This movie is a huge piece of eye candy, and the storyline seems standard for a fantasy movie, yet strangely awesome. This is one of the few movies that takes place by water, which is tough to do in 3DMM. This series looks like another great one!

Blake Python's Lumberjack Bizness - Blake Trio of Redstone Productions - 600 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Blood OmenBlood Omen
Directed by Ian an Nate Doom of Hellfire Productions

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 425 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is based on the game. Kain, a man who was killed some time ago, goes on a mission to destroy the people that made a circle of pillars go bad and restore life to the planet. This movie is somewhat bothersome to watch (as you'll find out when Kain transforms again and again), but the ending is somewhat twisty. Check it out.

Screenshot: BloodSportBloodSport
Directed by David Southern of BlueStreak Productions

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 3.36 MB RAR archive
Description:
BloodSport is about a game which closely resembles that of Internet play today, except with a twist: the game respawns its characters in a new location every time the game is complete (is anyone getting strange Quake-like flashbacks here?). This time the game has chosen a arena close to home: Planet Earth. This is a story about a gang of bloodthirsty killers let loose in a surburban neighborhood, and a boy's discovery of the humanity within. I enjoyed watching this movie and recommend you download it. It's dramatic, funny, and serious all at once... I definitely hope I get to see more of this series!

Screenshot: Blue RoseBlue Rose
Directed by Blake Trio of Gothic Aachen Films

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.33 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Captain Gus Scardgen (Code name: Blue Rose) is being chased by an Asian terrorist who wants all the bodyguards and the chairman of the United Nations dead. This movie is alright, but it gets somewhat dull-ish later on.

Screenshot: Bob and AnnieBob and Annie
Directed by Denny Betterman of Denny Films

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 925 KB RAR archive
Description:
Bob and Annie are a hilarious duo bent out to do...stuff! Think of a tasteful-yet-funny Beavis and Butthead movie and you're on the right track! In this episode, Annie seeks a job, but needs to go back to school to get a good one (her attempt at McDonalds just doesn't work out right). However, the only school around is run by an evil nun... which means big trouble for Bob and Annie! This movie is funny, clean, and good-natured... a tough breed of movie to come across these days. Check it out for some good clean fun!

Screenshot: The BoB JourneyThe BoB Journey
Directed by Aaron Nassau of Imagine Films

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.82 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This is a movie about the BoB journey, which involves a space shuttle that explores new galaxies and stuff. It's pretty interesting, definitely worth the download!

Bob the Sadistic Man - Eric Kowalczyk of 20th Century Ezza - 435 KB RAR

Screenshot: BoborooBoboroo
Directed by Chris Lohr

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.10 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is a funny, well-made movie about an unlucky guy named Boboroo. I liked watching it, and I'd recommend it!

Bodies - Kevin Barrett of Raining Cats Productions - 891 KB RAR

Screenshot: Bodycount 3DMM Compeition 2003Bodycount 3DMM Compeition 2003
Directed by Hamish Gavin of Hoax Films

Score: 13/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 7.14 MB RAR archive
Description:
When you've got a movie called "Bodycount Competition" you know it's going to be bloody… and that it most certainly is! But hey, it's insanely funny. And when it comes to mercilessly slaughtering innocent 3DMM characters, Bodycount 3DMM Competition 2003 definitely takes the cake. Basically, the challenge was to kill off as many people as humanly possible in a predetermined number of frames. Several 3DMMers rose to this challenge, and their submissions can be seen in this compilation. Some are great, some aren't so hot, and at least one was a "joke entry" I'm sure. I predicted the winner as soon as I saw his entry… can you?

Screenshot: Bodycount SoloBodycount Solo
Directed by Rubin Ridley

Score: 13/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: *****
Cr: ****
Size: 365 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a "solo version" of a Bodycount movie. And… well, what can I say? Pointless violence… but I suppose that's the point. There are some nice, gruesome animations here, along with some rather impressive scenes. I'd like to see this good work go into a real movie sometime.

Screenshot: Bongo: The BeginningBongo: The Beginning
Directed by Joseph

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.00 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie tells the story of Bongo's early childhood. Follow Bongo as he grows from an unpopular kid to... well, you'll just have to watch the movie.

Screenshot: Bongo's BarBongo's Bar
Directed by Joshua Cumbee and Nick Sellers of Unlicensed RAVe films

Score: 11/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 2.47 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Bongo's Bar is a Naked Gun/Airplane-type movie chock-full of spontaneous, random comedy. Taking place in Bongo's Bar, a bar run by (surprise) Bongo, the movie takes you on a whirlwind tour of the wild things that go on at the bar every day. These random happenings range from disgruntled soldiers to next-gen gaming console wars, and are somewhat funny. If you want a big smattering of relentless craziness, Bongo's Bar is for you.

Bongo's Weird Life - Ben Davenport of Venture Studios - 134 KB RAR

BOOGAN! - What's This Button Productions - 241 KB RAR

Screenshot: Booo 2Booo 2
Directed by Joman of Joman Studios

Score: 11/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 101 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is "yet another" parody of one of the McZee movies titled "Booooo". Watch the original movie carefully first to get the jokes in it better.

Screenshot: Bounty Hunter Episode 1Bounty Hunter Episode 1
Directed by Jeffrey of World Films

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 383 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie takes place in the year 2200 and is about a bounty hunter named Jack Tomson that won't stop at anything to kill or capture his enemy. It looks quite a bit like my Final Fantasy... the Ultimate Epic Prologue movie in several areas, and hopefully future episodes will be a little more original.

Screenshot: BP CompilationBP Compilation
Directed by Denny Betterman of Betterman Productions

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.04 MB RAR archive
Description:
BP Compilation is a collection of clips from Betterman Productions. Funny, well-made, and cleverly done, this movie is a good one to watch when you want to laugh for a while. Although, I must note that, at least in America, walking across the street when the light is red is not illegal... it's just potentially dangerous and stupid, but you can't get busted for it!

Screenshot: Breath of Fire Part 1Breath of Fire Part 1
Directed by Ashton of Cronet Studios Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 224 KB RAR archive
Description:
A young kid, Ryu, keeps having dreams he is from another planet. It turns out he is a member of the Brood, a dragon/human clan. He goes into town to find a master to be an apprentice for, but Teepo steals his equipment. He transforms to fight Teepo, but the police witness this event. What will happen to him? This is turning out pretty cool... I'd like to see what happens!

Screenshot: Bubba's Shit Movie Showcase RipoffBubba's Shit Movie Showcase Ripoff
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.52 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is an old movie Tom made ages ago that gets the Bubba treating! Whatever that means I don't know... but I guess you'll find out when you download and watch this movie.

The Bully - VMNMM - 280 KB RAR

Screenshot: Bunnian 1: Bunnian's Wild RideBunnian 1: Bunnian's Wild Ride
Directed by Onion Funnian Films and Bulgarity Pictures

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 336 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie, about a farting O named Bunnian, is pretty random. Nothing is really coordinated here... it's just a farting O that jiggles when it passes gas.


Screenshot: Bunnian 2: Bunnian Strikes BackBunnian 2: Bunnian Strikes Back
Directed by Onion Funnian Films and Bulgarity Pictures

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 222 KB ZIP archive
Description:
Bunnian is at it again, doing whatever he does (what does he do aside from fart, anyway?). It has a nice, almost nostalgic beginning, but when the real movie finally comes in it sort of falls apart.

Screenshot: C.O.P.SC.O.P.S
Directed by Sam Clark and Rob Wrigley of drivewaY Studios Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 592 KB ZIP archive
Description:
C.O.P.S is about a morning in the life of Lt. Donnie Johanson, a senior police officer. He walks the beat, bustin' up or being busted up by the people he meets on the streets. This will get a good chuckle or two out of die-hard C.O.P.S. TV show fans.

C1 - Robert Domke - 484 KB RAR

Screenshot: A Call to ArmsA Call to Arms
Directed by Andres de la Hoz

Score: 18/20
St: ***
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 6.51 MB RAR archive
Description:
A Call to Arms is a World War I action film about a sniper's mission to track down and eliminate the top German general, while the English and French armies battle the Germans in a remote town. This movie has a lot going for it: excellent screenplay, great music, and awesome suspense. The scenes, made entirely out of cubes (or so it seems, anyway), is highly detailed and animated quite well. While watching it, you get a sense of being right there in the trenches or hiding with your sniper rifle behind a building, for the film creates an atmosphere of unrest (largely due to the ominous yellowed sky). The only thing that kept this movie from a perfect score was the story, which, although it was wrapped up in a lot of other great cinematic aspects, fell short of being enthralling. With no real twists or turns, you sort of knew what was going to happen at the end. But all in all, A Call to Arms is a great movie that I suggest you watch.

Screenshot: Canine CaperCanine Caper
Directed by Ned Carlson and Tony Clay of CNCW Studios

Score: 20/20
St: *****
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 6.95 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Dum-dum meets dog. Windbag meets wascal. Frankie and Gus are back in a new adventure! When the two are evicted from their apartment by their suspicious landlord, they must find a way to get the money to move back. But after acquiring the needed funds, they find their homecoming to be a little different than expected. Of all the Comedy movies sent to Dragon Films in the past year, this movie definitely wins first place. Canine Caper is absolutely hilarious and is so well-made. I love Frankie's quite, "I can't work! That's not the American Way! I want welfare!" Like all CNCW Studios films, this movie is full to the brim with perfectly placed musical scores and some of the best voices I have ever heard in 3DMM. If you have been looking for a great Comedy movie for a long time, your search is over. I give Canine Caper two thumbs and two big toes WAY up!

Captain Bonzai - Ryan Lambert of Reel Steel - 282 KB RAR

Screenshot: A Case for KeenA Case for Keen
Directed by Dylan Phillips of Insane Marine Studios

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 1.80 MB RAR archive
Description:
A Case for Keen is about four people who go into a house and meet a crazy lady. While upstairs, Mike Tyson comes and almost kills the old grannie; that is when Keen shows up and solves the crime. Sort of... even though there's not too much to solve in the first place. And then you get to witness a looooong music video that really doesn't have anything to do with anything at all! Sadly, the voices were rather weird and were sort of painful to listen to at times.

Screenshot: Cat MeatCat Meat
Directed by Tommy Pollock

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 1.50 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is a film about a guy who was killed but was given the opportunity to come back to life. But to stay alive, he must follow the commands of his master or he'll be dead forever. Unfortunately, his master is evil and the commands are not very safe ones...

Catzilla - Iain Mitchell and Gordon Pyke - 87.1 KB RAR

Screenshot: Cave MenCave Men
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Production

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.69 MB RAR archive
Description:
Many many years ago, cold weather from the ice age killed a bunch of cavemen and cavewomen. Now, in the year 2000, they are alive once again and are causing pandemonium on the streets of London, eating the brains of innocent civilians to reform thier deteriorated flesh. This movie has a good concept behind it, but it gets quite dull watching the skeletons chomp on the people for about 15 seconds straight with nothing else happening. But aside from that, it's a pretty good movie, complete with nifty visuals and great audio.

Screenshot: Charly's AdventureCharly's Adventure
Directed by DJ Dodson

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.94 MB RAR archive
Description:
The main star from the TV show "Charly the Mime" goes on a killing spree. But why does he suddenly go mad, and will he ever learn to control his anger... or even find out why he's so mad? This movie has a hint of drama in it, but since it ends so suddenly and with no falling action or anything I guess you'll just have to stand for the random killing.

Screenshot: The ChaseThe Chase
Directed by Andy Lee

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.95 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Two convicts escape the police. They run into some close calls, and the movie ends with a twist. This movie is somewhat interesting to watch, but it doesn't have anything super-spiffy.

Screenshot: ChasersChasers
Directed by Adam Boomer Read viewer comments (2)

Score: 9/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.55 MB ZIP archive
Description:
In Chasers, two hitmen are after a certain package... but they don't have a clue as to what is in it. What is the package, and why do they want it? Well, I couldn't answer that question myself, because the movie ends sort of strangely. Interesting, though... you'll either be surprised or whatever the opposite of surprised is.

Screenshot: A Chat with Col. Albert A. AldermanA Chat with Col. Albert A. Alderman
Directed by Adam Bronson

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 57.9 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This is a humorous television interview of a Colonel where nothing seems to go right! It's somewhat cliche, but pretty silly now and then.

Screenshot: Children of the NightChildren of the Night
Directed by Andres de la Hoz

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.07 MB RAR archive
Description:
A vampire is out to kill some guys one at a time so they can become his Children of the Night. That's about it. However, it boasts cool Matrix-like special effects and neat audio, although a speedier computer (or one running Windows XP) will blaze through this movie very quickly, making voices, audio, and action go by in a blur. But aside from this technical blurb, it's pretty nicely done.

Screenshot: Chili Beans 2Chili Beans 2
Directed by Spencer Sult

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.76 MB RAR archive
Description:
The premise of this movie seems to be shrouded in complete and utter randomness: some old guy goes around, kills people, and mumbles "chili beans" over and over. Riiight.

Screenshot: Choose Your Own AdventureChoose Your Own Adventure
Directed by Denny and Nathan Betterman of Betterman Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.21 MB RAR archive
Description:
Choose Your Own Adventure is a 3DMM version of those classic "Choose Your Own Adventure" books that used to be around back in the days (or maybe still are… I haven't noticed any new ones recently though). You have to help the two heroes do stuff… pretty open-ended. Unfortunately, the choices are rather the opposite (as in, close-ended), and if you don't know the right order of things to do you'll likely end up dead in some respect or another. It's worth a look for the random humor at least.

Screenshot: Chris @ SandlerChris @ Sandler
Directed by Steven Vaugn

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 269 KB RAR archive
Description:
A Japanese leader has a missle pointed towards America, and it's up to two guys, Chris and Sandler, to stop him before it's too late. Will Chris and Sandler get the job done, or will America end up in a huge nuclear fireball? This movie is nice-looking and is actually quite fun to watch. Definitely a worthwile download.

Chris Palmer's Really Bad Imitationof Bongo The Traveler - Chris Palmer of Explosive Pictures - 78.0 KB RAR

Screenshot: A Christmas CarolA Christmas Carol
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 14/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 3.37 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This is the 3DMM adaptation of Charles Dickens's "A Christmas Carol". It's the year 2000 and a businessman named Scrooge is visited by three ghosts to change his ways. This is a wonderful story of Christmas spirit, and although Tom didn't make up the story himself, he did do a pretty good job of turning the story into a movie.

Screenshot: The Christmas TreeThe Christmas Tree
Directed by David Crowe

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.31 MB RAR archive
Description:
A man forgets to find a Christmas tree for their family and goes out to get one at the last minute. The movie seems to be following some kind of plot up to the point where he actually gets to the tree farm. What happens then is quite, uh... random. And that's a 100% accurate statement there.

Screenshot: A Christmas/Burger SongA Christmas/Burger Song
Directed by Michael V. Robinson of Rapidkirby3k Studios

Score: 12/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.47 MB RAR archive
Description:
This music video is based on the ending credits of Houseguest. The director first saw the movie on television; it was okay and funny until he found the good part: A Christmas/Burger Medley by Sinbad and Phil Hartman. What emerged is a funny, surprisingly well-made music video of this very amusing song. Normally I don't care much for music videos on Dragon Films, but this one was so original and well-done I just had to give it the credit it deserves.

City Life - Matthew Pakes of Mc Worm Movies - 22.0 KB RAR

Screenshot: City of EchoesCity of Echoes
Directed by Will Mason of Mason.Works

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 335 KB RAR archive
Description:
City of Echoes is about a police officer on vacation who awakes after a car accident to discover his daughter missing in a abandoned town. Could a mysterious cult have anything to do with the disappearance? And why is the city so... empty?

Clifford: Reaking Havoc - Jose Valentin of Stefan Productions - 229 KB RAR

Screenshot: Close Encounters of the Kung Fu Kind part 1Close Encounters of the Kung Fu Kind part 1
Directed by Josh Davis and Casey Oare

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.03 MB RAR archive
Description:
Marcus, a kung fu dojo master one day decides to go on a quest to find his inner soul. On the way he meets an old man in a cave. After much persuasion the old man decides to take Marcus under his wing and teach him the truth. Nothing much really happens in this movie, except for some random slapstick comedy. However, future episodes may be more promising.

Screenshot: Code Name: AlphaCode Name: Alpha
Directed by Garrett

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 330 KB RAR archive
Description:
A robot has been constructed to help control the crime rate of the United States. But when the new robot is sent out to capture a very dangerous criminal, it is blown up by a grenade. So the creators construct a new robot that is even better than the first one. Can this new, powerful robot stop the criminal that destroyed the first one? This movie started out pretty cool, but then sort of got predictable near the end.

Screenshot: Coincidences and the Meaning of LifeCoincidences and the Meaning of Life
Directed by Mad Man

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 5.31 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is basically about the laws of human nature, and the old saying "What comes around goes around". It's all very strange humor... and I'm not sure I got all of the things in it. Maybe you can figure it out.

Colin's Chaos - Colin Jones - 1.18 MB RAR

Screenshot: The Comical Show #1The Comical Show #1
Directed by Brad Vanderhoef of Elemental Films Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 557 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is the season premiere of The Comical Show, a new skit series that shows some promise. There are only three acts in this episode, and they could admittedly be a little better, but it's not bad for something new. I'm sure #2 will improve quite a bit.

The Computer - Mavhunter87 - 173 KB ZIP

Computer Generated Sitcom - Logan A - 130 KB RAR

Screenshot: Computer Interface CompetitionComputer Interface Competition
Directed by Zygar

Score: 14/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 322 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a competition to see who could create the most realistic computer interface using 3DMM. There are five entires here, all of which are decent, and at least one that is actually quite cool. Of course, they all expound on the cliché bugginess of Microsoft OSes, which is old but still humorous. And it tickled me to see someone actually use "Windows CEMeNT"… if you know what that means, then you'll laugh. If not, then you need to use comptuers more.

Cool Action Movie - Unknown director - 84.8 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Cop who Took On DraculaThe Cop who Took On Dracula
Directed by Landon Pemper of Pemper Cousins Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 23/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG-13
Size: 6.06 MB RAR archive
Description:
The Cop who Took On Dracula is, above all, an action movie, that includes some humor and romance, plus a great soundtrack. It is about a vampire, named Dracula, who kills a man in the opening scene. Then Detective Jackson is called in. When it comes to cops, Jack is the best of the best. He vows to take the killer down. It's a pretty quick movie, but it's pretty fun to watch!

Screenshot: The Cop who Took On Dracula Screenshot: The Cop who Took On Dracula Screenshot: The Cop who Took On Dracula Screenshot: The Cop who Took On Dracula

Storyline: ***
The Cop who Took On Dracula is somewhat like all the other action movies when it comes to story, but it throws in a romantic tie between two people and other nifty anecdotes to save it from being a dull action cop flick. As a matter of fact, I enjoyed the story. Unfortunately, it was just too weak to get a higher score.

Creativity: ***
Although Dracula was already made decades ago, its new 3DMM rendition is pretty cool. There are a lot of neat creative things in the movie: golden rings, oak stakes, and a few others surprises.

Construction: ****
This movie is made quite well. There aren't any clipping problems that I usually see in lots of other movies like this, and everything is made quite well! I especially love how Mr. Pemper made the mansion in a daytime setting. Something like that takes quite a bit of time to get right, and the final product looks pretty good.

Visual Appearance: ****
There aren't too many handmade scenes in this movie, but existing ones are souped up so much I thought they were handmade at times. There aren't too many, if any at all, special effects or flashy cool things, but that doesn't matter; the overall look of the movie is quality.

Audio: *****
I've got to admit, the Pemper cousins really know their music. To put so many cool music clips into the movies they have to sacrifice a bunch of space, but I think it's worth it. You'll notice the time that was put into this when you hear it. As for other sound effects and voices... quite good.

Fun to Watch: ****
I usually don't go for action movies, but this one was quite intriguing. I really liked watching it, and it was quite fun to watch!

Corsa - 3BirB Corporation - 61.8 KB RAR

Screenshot: Cosmos 1: Forgotten PastsCosmos 1: Forgotten Pasts
Directed by Alberto Munoz of Impact Productions Read viewer comments (7)

Score: 16/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 990 KB RAR archive
Description:
A man is walking around, not knowing anything about himself or what is happening, and all of a sudden he is confronted by huge robots. Although it's sort of strange to try and follow in the beginning, this is the first movie of a series looks very promising! Great animation, too!


Screenshot: Cosmos 2: The BeginningCosmos 2: The Beginning
Directed by Alberto Munoz of Impact Productions Read viewer comments (7)

Score: 17/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 661 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the next episode of the Cosmos series. The guy from the first part leaves the town, which is then instantly fried by some strange floating beings. He then enters a really strange town… what awaits him? Find out in the Cosmos continuation!


Screenshot: Cosmos 3: Morgan?Cosmos 3: Morgan?
Directed by Alberto Munoz of Impact Productions Read viewer comments (7)

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.11 MB RAR archive
Description:
In this episode of Cosmos, we are introduced to the strange man our hero finds at the end of Episode 2: Morgan. Morgan can sense a certain energy eminating from our hero… but before he explains it, he tells his life story. Almost literally. This episode was kind of slow compared to the first two, and some of the voices were quite low-quality. However, it's a necessary part in the Cosmos series!


Screenshot: Cosmos 4: The DecisionCosmos 4: The Decision
Directed by Alberto Munoz of Impact Productions Read viewer comments (7)

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.02 MB RAR archive
Description:
In the next episode of Cosmos, we see more of Morgan's story and how be gained immortality and his awesome weapon. Apparently, there is some connection between him and our hero… but what is it? There are some extremely cool explosion effects here, combined with some rather detailed robot movements. Be sure to check out this episode!


Screenshot: Cosmos 5: Howl's EndCosmos 5: Howl's End
Directed by Alberto Munoz of Impact Productions Read viewer comments (7)

Score: 16/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.50 MB RAR archive
Description:
Morgan, Cosmos (he has a name now!), and the spiffy drake-like familiar Backfire go and rid the forest of evil in this episode. Complete with lots of cool camera angles, some rather spiffy battle effects, and a great showdown of raw power at the end, this episode is for all you fantasy battle-goers out there! But Cosmos still doesn't know anything about himself… how will be figure out who, or what, he is? Unfortunately, the lack of music during most of the movie is somewhat annoying… but I suppose you get used to it.


Screenshot: Cosmos 6: Heavy TrainingCosmos 6: Heavy Training
Directed by Alberto Munoz of Impact Productions Read viewer comments (7)

Score: 16/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.05 MB RAR archive
Description:
After finally getting out of the forest, Cosmos spots a van with the robots he encountered in the first episode. He tries to chase them, but the old man telepathically tells him he needs to train harder before he can face them. What ensues is a Rocky-like training regime; we watch as Cosmos goes from benching the old man to performing chin-ups with four whole automobiles attached to his feet! What is the extent of Cosmos's powers?


Screenshot: Cosmos 7: Power UnleashedCosmos 7: Power Unleashed
Directed by Alberto Munoz of Impact Productions Read viewer comments (7)

Score: 18/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.55 MB RAR archive
Description:
By the end of Cosmos's training, the old man (who we now know as Morpheus) notes that there seems to be no end to his power. He'll need to use all this power he has, though, when he fights his toughest opponents yet. But wait… one of those robots he saw is different; is this a set-up?


Screenshot: Cosmos 8: Meltdown's KeepCosmos 8: Meltdown's Keep
Directed by Alberto Munoz of Impact Productions Read viewer comments (7)

Score: 18/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.91 MB RAR archive
Description:
Here we learn Alpha's story, including all the gory details. Then Alpha brings Cosmos to the factory where he was constructed for the final showdown. I'm not exactly sure how the story got to this point, but in any case, it looks REALLY cool. There are lots of great action scenes, loads of very sweet camera angles, and some very detailed constructions. Hats off to Alberto for his hard work on this episode!


Screenshot: Cosmos 9: Total MeltdownCosmos 9: Total Meltdown
Directed by Alberto Munoz of Impact Productions Read viewer comments (7)

Score: 20/20
St: *****
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 2.64 MB RAR archive
Description:
Cosmos enters the command center and battles Meltdown, a powerful adversary with a terrible past. After a good long while of some of the coolest action scenes I've seen in 3DMM for some time, we find ourselves face-to-face with the unusual floating entities from Episode 2. How does everything tie in? By now, the storyline of Cosmos has gotten very complex, and the skill of the director has grown by leaps and bounds. I hope sometime in the future we can see the conclusion of this amazing series known as COSMOS!

Screenshot: Counter Attack!Counter Attack!
Directed by Jared Pemper of Pemper Cousins Productions Read viewer comments (2)

Score: 19/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: ***
Vs: ***
Au: ***
Fn: ***
Rated PG
Size: 3.69 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie starts out with someone walking into a diner, cutting of the power, and killing twelve people. As the movie progresses, the police have to call in a secret agent to try to find out who did it. Who did the horrible crime? Was he on the inside? Watch Counter Attack to find out. This movie is pretty interesting and earns a mediocre standing.

Screenshot: Counter Attack! Screenshot: Counter Attack! Screenshot: Counter Attack! Screenshot: Counter Attack!

Storyline: ***
This movie comes close to becoming just another cop story with shoot-em-up action and not much else. Thankfully, it actually incorporates a few twists, turns, and surprises. There are a few parts that don't make much sense, though.

Creativity: ***
It's pretty cool how some of the ideas are thought out, but some of those aren't developed upon enough. There aren't many creatively-made things, either, except maybe for a shootout scene by a station.

Construction: ***
This is one of those movies that is almost annoyingly mediocre. If a little more time would have been spent to build some of the scenes better and use a few more props and characters, this movie would be a lot better. Then, if a little less time was put into it the movie would be a lot worse.

Visual Appearance: ***
This movie has some nice scenes, but nothing really eye-popping. There are a few cool camera angles that were flung out, and a few really quick shots of some nicely-made scenes.

Audio: ****
There is a whole heapload of music in this movie, including the cliché action-movie-music which many of the older movies of this type contain. There are also a bunch of recorded tunes which sound pretty cool, but unfortunately makes for an unnecissarily large movie. Also, many of the voices sounded like they were read off of a sheet of paper, for they have little expression.

Fun to Watch: ***
I'm torn between a 2 and a 3 here, but might as well give this the benefit of the doubt. It's sort of a one-timer, but like all the other movies, it really depends on what your 3DMM sweet tooth wants. So you may love it, or you may hate it.

The Crapyest Movy Ever - Unknown director - 32.4 KB RAR

Screenshot: The CRaZed MagicianThe CRaZed Magician
Directed by Philip Doyle of DJ Studios

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.86 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie starts out as Melanie's Dialogue movie, but then takes a horrible turn for the worse as Gregory actually performs that magic trick he always brags about and makes a baby grow huge! This little (well, big) baby incident winds up getting Gregory a death sentence. So what's a magician to do? Time for some payback!

Screenshot: Crazy Adventures of Marc and JohnCrazy Adventures of Marc and John
Directed by Videoman and John_Matrix of Videoman Studios and John Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.34 MB RAR archive
Description:
This choose-your-own-adventure movie is about the director and his friend on a crazy adventure. They'll bump into many things, and it's up to you to make sure they don't die horrible deaths at each and every turn. Or then, maybe you'd find that fun. Like many other CYOA movies, the choices given to you are pretty much "Keep going" or "Die," so there's not much you can do but hope you pick the right one. Some of the things are kind of humorous, though. Be sure you're watching this in the Studio... otherwise you'll be sitting around, wondering why the movie won't continue.

Screenshot: Crime BustersCrime Busters
Directed by Matt Spanel

Score: 16/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 6.38 MB RAR archive
Description:
Crime Busters is a funny action movie about two cops who are trying to stop an Arabian guy from terrorizing the world with his weapon of doom (think Austin Powers). The only catch is these two cops are completely insane. Add a permit-weilding FBI agent to the pair and you have yourself a fearsome threesome that will kick some serious behind. Although quite on the violent side, this movie is a riot and definitely one to check out if you have the time.

Screenshot: Crime Does PayCrime Does Pay
Directed by Royel of Universal Films

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 1.01 MB RAR archive
Description:
Two friends are trying to find new ways to get quick money in Crime Does Pay. First they try to rob a bank, but despite their valiant efforts it doesn't work. Then they try killing people for money, which seems to work better. So they go on to groups of people. Although it is an interesting look inside the minds of sick criminals, Crime Does Pay ends up being a corny shoot-em crime movie.

Screenshot: Crims on the Run part 1Crims on the Run part 1
Directed by Scott Mehaffey of McFlaps Productions

Score: 10/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 1.30 MB RAR archive
Description:
Two unsuccessful criminals get their big break when a large metal music concert is held on the Sunshine Coast, therefore making three-fourths of the Sunshine Coast's police force to monitor the event for any sign of trouble. This allows our two criminal friends to go to the Sunshine Coast and rob citizens with a considerable amount of ease while the amount of police is low. This movie looks pretty good, and hopefully future episodes will turn out to be good as well.

Screenshot: Il Cristallo Perduto part 1Il Cristallo Perduto part 1
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Productions

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 275 KB RAR archive
Description:
Two boys named Antonio and Massimo start a team of magic and summon monsters. They do some training, show their stuff, and eventually build the confidence to adventure through a camp. This movie has some interesting Final Fantasy-style battles complete with some cool effects, but unfortunately, like some other FF-battle movies, they aren't always implemented all to well. All in all, this is a pretty average fantasy movie.


Screenshot: Il Cristallo Perduto part 2Il Cristallo Perduto part 2
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Productions

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 450 KB RAR archive
Description:
In the next episode of Il Cristallo Perduto, Massimo and Antonio discover what appears to be some sort of spacecraft. Things start to turn ugly when it begins attacking them. Later they learn an interesting tale from an old man, and run back to their Master to tell him the news…


Screenshot: Il Cristallo Perduto part 3Il Cristallo Perduto part 3
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Productions

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 618 KB RAR archive
Description:
Now, the master is dead. Who killed him? Unfortunately, our heroes do not know the answer. In the meantime, they want to summon the spirit of the crystal. They journey to a land called Rupe Canina, a place full of viscious canines, and find the Master of Trilanticum. This series gets more and more interesting as it progresses, and it always looks better and better. Keep 'em coming!

Screenshot: Cyberwoman ForeverCyberwoman Forever
Directed by Will Mason of Mason.Works Entertainment

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 716 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is actually the third film in the Cyberwoman trilogy. Acolite returns to Earth again after Cyberwoman sent his ship hurtling out of control into space. But this time he has brought some strange alien friends along with him. Acolite is once again trying to gain control of the Power Meteor piece that will bring his race back to life again and rule the universe. Only one person can stop him… Cyberwoman! It's a little difficult to figure out who some of the characters are sometimes since the first two parts weren't released prior to this, but in the end you can pretty much figure everything out. While Cyberwoman isn't really anything new or revolutionary, it is an enjoyable fantasy movie to watch.

Screenshot: DaddyDaddy
Directed by Domicile Destructo of Shooting Star Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: **
Size: 0.98 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This is a very short drama about a kid and his relationship with his father. Um, yeah… I guess this stuff can happen, sadly, given the somewhat unusual circumstances in the story. An alright download if you have the 10 seconds it takes to watch.

Daddy (Nameless) - Unknown director - 68.1 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Dagger: Part OneThe Dagger: Part One
Directed by Danny Townend and Callum Hill

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.49 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about a sacred dagger that has the power to control the world. Many people have tried to get it, but have failed. These days, an organization has been set up to destroy the Dagger. The two best agents, Julia and Alex, are sent to destroy the dagger. But, Alex and julia are both rivals, and Alex doesn't seem to want to destroy the dagger… he wants to steal it! So, the first part of the long and hard quest to find the dagger starts right here.

Dance-O-Rama - Paul Tidd of Dance-O-Rama! Inc. - 173 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Dancing TurtleThe Dancing Turtle
Directed by Lord Yobtar of Amazon Films and Pyro Productions

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.51 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is pretty much… well… a movie about a dancing turtle and what he does. Aside from dancing, that is. It begins with a rather interesting spoof, and then degenerates into who knows what. Quite random indeed.


Screenshot: The Dancing Turtle 2The Dancing Turtle 2
Directed by Lord Yobtar of Amazon Films and Pyro Productions

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.72 MB ZIP archive
Description:
And the Dancing Turtle is back once more with a short, rather pointless sequel! I actually thought the ending of the movie, which had nothing to do with The Dancing Turtle whatsoever, was better than the actual movie itself. The scenes are constructed quite well, though.


Screenshot: The Dancing Turtle 3The Dancing Turtle 3
Directed by Lord Yobtar of Amazon Films and Pyro Productions

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.45 MB RAR archive
Description:
Well, it starts off pretty cool… although you know what's going to happen. And hey, the turtle has some new dance moves! And now it can defy physics with the greatest of ease! Heh… well, if these movies were actually more than just three seconds long, they could be rather good.


Screenshot: The Dancing Turtle 4: Gustave's RevengeThe Dancing Turtle 4: Gustave's Revenge
Directed by Lord Yobtar of Amazon Films and Pyro Productions

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.25 MB RAR archive
Description:
Finally, the conclusion to the Dancing Turtle series. Now the tides have turned… or have they? This movie has what has to be the longest and detailed (though not entirely realistic) single gunshot animation I've ever seen. And the ending's rather funny… you might even say "cute". And the movie IS longer than Gustave getting killed somehow by the turtle! Yay!

Screenshot: Dare to be StupidDare to be Stupid
Directed by Justin Wawrzonek

Score: 15/20
St: **
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 3.81 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is sheer craziness and stupidity in it's most pure, unadulturated form. Justin (or at least the 3DMM character that looks the most like him) travels around to different places, blowing stuff up and causing pain and suffering to others all while trying to avoid his own inevitable death. I had a blast watching this movie... it's just so stupidly hilarious it's great. Well done, Justin! Too bad you are DEAD now!! (Wait a second...)

Screenshot: Dark LATO Chapter 1 - The GuardingsDark LATO Chapter 1 - The Guardings
Directed by Disturbed Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 14/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 263 KB RAR archive
Description:
LATO is a magical force that was split into a holy form and an evil form to prevent the human race from abusing its power. Skye, along with his friends Jeremy, Micheal, and an eccentric weaponsmith named Wiliken, begin to get connected with this powerful force as a series of Guardings begin going after them. The movie is set up like an RPG, complete with RPG-style battles and such. Near the end, it begins to look a lot like Vlarion. This seems to be an interesting series... I'd like to see what future episodes have in store.

Screenshot: Date RapeDate Rape
Directed by Jeff Ching of Fully Erect Studios

Score: 14/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 4.46 MB RAR archive
Description:
Date Rape takes the serious act of the same name and turns it into a humorous tale of a bunch of college guys. The main character will be leaving campus soon, but before he goes he wants to have a night to remember by using date rape drugs on a girl he knows. Watch and see how this movie, which has a rather developed, complicated plot, progresses into a little more than our "hero" bargained for...

A Day in the Life - Simon Fox of Fox Inc. - 74.8 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Day the Spam Was GoneThe Day the Spam Was Gone
Directed by Ross Salupo and Jason Weber of JCCR Pictures

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 3.07 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This is a tale about a man and his cat who discover another man's conspiracy to kidnap the world's Spam. It's the first movie in the Jimmy Spam series, but hopefully the last... it's pretty dull. I actually thought the ending with Godzilla, which had nothing to do with the movie, was the best part.

D-Day - Steve - 871 KB RAR

Screenshot: Dead Heart in a Dead WorldDead Heart in a Dead World
Directed by Andes de la Hoz

Score: 15/20
St: **
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.78 MB RAR archive
Description:
Dead Heart in a Dead World is about a person trying to take out some sort of monster. Once again, we are treated to a movie that has awesome animation and cool special effects but falls prey once again to the no-plot wolves. If you want to see some cool, creepy animation, download this movie. But if you're looking for a good storyline, you'll have to keep looking.

Screenshot: The Death of Gary ColemanThe Death of Gary Coleman
Directed by Underground Workshop

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.13 MB ZIP archive
Description:
A robot and a rat plot the downfall of everyone's favorite child star...Gary Coleman. That's about it... a pretty random movie with nothing really to it, except killing Gary Coleman.

Screenshot: Death of the NewbieDeath of the Newbie
Directed by JP of Mellow Films

Score: 18/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 6.78 MB RAR archive
Description:
The distant future. A desolate Earth. A young boy discovers an underground shrine dedicated to "those who have only begun to fight". This film is a collection of short stories written and directed by some talented up-and-coming 3DMM directors. At first, you may think this is a dark, eerie sci-fi flick, and in some ways it is. There is some excellent cinematic quality to the film during the "cutscenes", and the stories stored within range from excellent to pretty good. Some of them seem quite "old-school", while others are full of sweet animation, sound effects, and action. Near the end, things wrap up in a very unusual (if not abrupt) way. I highly recommend this movie... be sure to check it out!

Death to McZee - Daniel Elak of Five Star Pictures - 40.7 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Death WishThe Death Wish
Directed by Marc Sola of Marc's Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 1.14 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie was made from an inspiration by Owtzain's movie, "The Wish". It's basically a story about the life and depression of the director. Sad and touching, we see how our hero and his big head (which looks quite awesome) tries to deal with everything that's going wrong in his life. Not bad for an "emotional drama" sort of movie. watch this movie.

Screenshot: Deck the HacksDeck the Hacks
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 20/20
St: *****
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 10.3 MB RAR archive
Description:
While Officer Hoffstead and the city police search for an elusive trouble-making computer hacker, Dirtbag works to train his karate team to perfection in preparation for the state competition. But Dirtbag's plans for victory are seemingly shattered when the bumbling Gramps and the corpulent Bongo are forced to join the team. Yet when the big day for the big match arrives, Dirtbag and company discover that there is more to this small competition than meets the eye. All of them - even Bongo and Gramps - must participate in bringing a peculiar group of evildoers to justice. I am amazed at the frequency and consistency of CNCW Studios' fabulous movies that take place in the Dirtbag universe. While Deck the Hacks may not have the flashiest of special effects or the most intense of action sequences, it has a character and soul that a lot of other movies totally lack. This movie, like many CNCW Studios films, is very fun to watch and receives my hearty recommendation. Great job once again, Ned!

Screenshot: Demolition ImpossibleDemolition Impossible
Directed by Matt Wentz of Labtek Films

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 529 KB RAR archive
Description:
Deep in New York there exists a company named Demolition and Destruction (D&D) that claims it can destroy anything or anyone. It sends out one of its best agents to answer a request from an anonymous caller to take down a plane full of people. But what's up with the plane? Watch and find out.

Screenshot: Demon RegionDemon Region
Directed by Jalal Ansari of Jay Products

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 92.2 KB RAR archive
Description:
A guy named Venom and his friend Snake, both powerful magic users, are attacked by a man named Flood, who becomes their new rival. Then when they leave the city, someone destroys it. Will they get the city back? This movie is somewhat interesting, but the implementation of the storyline is pretty weak.

Screenshot: Destiny's RansomDestiny's Ransom
Directed by L. Ramos of D.R.L Studios

Score: 14/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 236 KB RAR archive
Description:
Destiny's Ransom is about a boy named Elliot who meets a girl in the forest, Solo. She is a special girl who is destined to serve the "Black Demon". Solo disappears and Elliot plans to rescue her with the help of many allies. Nicely made, complete with a very tragic ending. Worth the download!

Screenshot: Detective StoryDetective Story
Directed by Rachel Shallit

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 1.11 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a story about a detective's weird case involving a cat and a Spanish-speaking voice. Although the way the story is told is relatively interesting, the story is pretty bland and not super-fun to follow, especially if you know Spanish.

Screenshot: Dialogue Bad Ass VersionDialogue Bad Ass Version
Directed by Rodney Green

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 286 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is yet another remake of Melanie's "Dialogue" tutorial movie. How many of these can be made before it starts getting dumb, anyway?

Screenshot: Dialogue SucksDialogue Sucks
Directed by Patmaster

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 118 KB RAR archive
Description:
And here we go... ANOTHER parody. Maybe I should just give up on asking how long it will take for them to get old... I suppose they never will. Same old, same old.

Screenshot: Diamond RisingDiamond Rising
Directed by Trevor Burke of Studio 19 Productions

Score: 14/30
St: ***
Cr: **
Co: **
Vs: **
Au: **
Fn: **
Rated PG-13
Size: 1.09 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Diamond Rising is about a Special Forces macho man named Mace Hunter. He is suddenly trailed by a bunch of hitmen and bounty hunters for some reason and needs to find out why. What will happen to him, and why is all this happening? And will you find out by watching the movie? I don't know, because I didn't. But nevertheless, shoot-em-up action fans will get a small kick out of this movie with its few nifty action sequences.

Screenshot: Diamond Rising Screenshot: Diamond Rising Screenshot: Diamond Rising

Storyline: ***
Diamond Rising, unlike other shoot-em-up action flicks, has a somewhat interesting story behind it. It's pretty interesting at first when you don't know why Mace is getting chased, but from there the story sort of degrades and it becomes tough to see where the movie came from and where it's going. An explanation of why things are happening how they are is in order.

Creativity: **
I'm sorry to say that Diamond Rising, though it had potential, wasn't very original or creative. It had a few twists and turns, but in the end it just boiled down to the level of all the other pure-action movies.

Construction: **
Again, Diamond had potential. There were a few custom scenes here and there, but why they were there is still a bit of a mystery. They could have been built better and been more plentiful. There were a lot of guns, too, but they were the old-fashioned stumpy F or L and looked really cheesy.

Visual Appearance: **
Sure there's a lot of shooting and running, but that's about it. There's a car chase, too, but it's not made very well at all and the cars go sooooo slooooow (as in dragging the cars around instead of animating them frame-by-frame). If a few more hours would have been put into this movie to clean up some of the scenes, it could have looked a lot better.

Audio: ***
Diamond Rising has a few original sounds, primarily gunshots, and a so-so soundtrack. A few areas in the movie had a horrible sound selection, though, such as when Mace is fleeing from hitmen and the Imaginopolis music is playing in the background. That's definitely not supposed to be there.

Fun to Watch: **
I didn't think Diamond Rising was worth the download time to watch. There are a lot of things in it that just make you not want to watch it again, like primitive movements and characters pausing for no reason in the middle of a fight to let the other guy kick them. But it's here to download if you want to see it.

Die - Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films - 341 KB RAR

Die Hard '99 - Ryan of Rock Pictures - 134 KB RAR

Screenshot: DigoutsDigouts
Directed by Tuffe John and Bjorn Petersson of Truffle 3000 and The Beer Bear Entertainment

Score: 17/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.85 MB RAR archive
Description:
A research expert and his friend are out to find a long-lost, hidden treasure buried inside of a mysterious pyramid. However, an unusual suprise is waiting for them. Meanwhile, two discodummies go on a date and end up caught in the ensuing conflict. This movie is very funny and has some great animation, effects, and voices. Be sure to check this out!


Screenshot: Digouts 2Digouts 2
Directed by Tuffe John and Bjorn Petersson of Truffle 3000 and The Beer Bear Entertainment

Score: 18/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 8.25 MB RAR archive
Description:
In the continuation of Digouts, the awakened beast from the first installment is all but defeated when suddenly our heroes make a terrible mistake and causes it to reawaken. On top of that, another legendary evil has been awakened on a tropical island... can both be stopped at once? Digouts 2, while randomly funny, high up there in the visual department, and very creative, leaves much to be desired in the end. The lack of adequate sound effects, a strange assortment of music, and rather unusual voice acting makes this film quite dull and pithy on the technical side of moviemaking. However, the movie does take the somewhat thin plot of the first one and expands on it quite a bit, and takes viewers on a roller coaster ride through some pretty cool scenery. All in all, Digouts 2 is a pretty good movie, but could have been a stellar film if a little more work was put into the not-so-obvious aspects of moviemaking.

Screenshot: Dimension of the Freaks PrologueDimension of the Freaks Prologue
Directed by Daniel Groff

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 945 KB RAR archive
Description:
An innocent passenger jet is launched into the Dimension of the Freaks during a war between humans and some aliens. Interesting idea, but near the end it has things that look exactly like they were ripped right from my Final Fantasy... the Ultimate Epic movie.

Screenshot: The Dinner PartyThe Dinner Party
Directed by Clarence Romero of Polarmount Productions

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 629 KB RAR archive
Description:
The Dinner Party is a purely slapstick film about some people who all want to get the head seat of the table at some seemingly important dinner party. Who will end up with the coveted seat... or, perhaps, who will be alive to take it?

Screenshot: Dirtbag 1Dirtbag 1
Directed by Ned Carlson

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.26 MB RAR archive
Description:
Dirtbag, a lovable thug from the city, must be saved by the bumbling Officers Hoffstead and Bongo after being turned into a rat by his mad-scientist employer. The voices are quite well-done, and the movie in general is a mostly clean, good-humored comedy.


Screenshot: Dirtbag 2: Dirtbag ReturnsDirtbag 2: Dirtbag Returns
Directed by Ned Carlson

Score: 14/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 3.13 MB RAR archive
Description:
Dirtbag is back, this time with his own gang! But when the gang's crime gets out of hand, Officer Hoffstead must enforce the law. Feeling betrayed by his "best friend," Dirtbag seeks revenge. Like the first movie, this installment of Dirtbag is funny and good-natured. The voices were done quite well, and although the movie tends to drag on quite a bit in a few places, it's an overall enjoyable film.


Screenshot: Dirtbag 3: A Dirtbag No MoreDirtbag 3: A Dirtbag No More
Directed by Ned Carlson

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.91 MB RAR archive
Description:
To save Dirtbag from a dire fate of community service, Officer Hoffstead attempts to reform the incorrigible but lovable thug into an upstanding citizen. After several attempts to perform good deeds, Dirtbag meets his biggest challenge when McCoy is kidnapped, and it's up to Dirtbag to rescue him. This is the last movie in the Dirtbag Trilogy, and we finally learn about Dirtbag's deepest, inner feelings. So, what are they, anyway? Download this movie to find out!

Screenshot: Dirtbag's Adventures I: The Horror MovieDirtbag's Adventures I: The Horror Movie
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 247 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is what appears to be a very early version of the Dirtbag movies. In this film, Dirtbag and the gang are looking through a haunted house. There really isn't much to this movie, however.


Screenshot: Dirtbag's Adventures II: Dirtbag in TownDirtbag's Adventures II: Dirtbag in Town
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 362 KB RAR archive
Description:
Officers Hoffstead and Bongo have their first bout with the lovable thug Dirtbag. Truly the "first" Dirtbag movie so far. It's nothing like the more recent iterations of the series, but it's still somewhat enjoyable.


Screenshot: Dirtbag's Adventures III: Dirtbag's SafariDirtbag's Adventures III: Dirtbag's Safari
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 436 KB RAR archive
Description:
Dirtbag's random capers continues in this old-school Dirtbag film. Officer Hoffstead and Bongo pursue Dirtbag through an African village and run into some problems with the natives. Will the police have to team up with the scumbag, er, dirtbag to escape with their lives?


Screenshot: Dirtbag's Adventures IV: Dirtbag Goes 2 MarzDirtbag's Adventures IV: Dirtbag Goes 2 Marz
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 2.91 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Officer Bongo must find a way to rescue the space-marooned Dirtbag and Officer Hoffstead after the lovable thug and the persistent officer find their way 2 Marz! Yet another ancestor of the forever-classic CNCW films, this movie is pretty funny, though somewhat slow. If you want to see the progression of CNCW, though, you won't want to miss out on this one.

Disasterpiece - Number One - Unknown director - 63.4 KB RAR

Screenshot: DisturbedDisturbed
Directed by Mike Kash of Film Factory

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.73 MB RAR archive
Description:
Disturbed is about a man with a mental disease which causes him to do things beyond his control. That's about it. Although it really has no deep plot, it is a very well-made movie and worth the download. A better plot could have made it a really awesome movie.

The Doctor - George of Excellento Pictures - 752 KB ZIP

Dog and Cat - Makenna Davenport of Fury Pictures - 245 KB RAR

The Dog Make Poopie - LordBlazer and Dug of Blazer Films - 65.1 KB RAR

Screenshot: Dogs Gone MadDogs Gone Mad
Directed by Icecapped

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 920 KB RAR archive
Description:
Three friends must go on a business trip together to an old mansion in Massachusetts. Little do they know that this isn't an ordinary house... it is infested with dogs. But these are not any old dogs... these are dogs gone mad! This movie is a good attempt at serious horror action film. A little more work could make this movie pretty cool.

Screenshot: Don't Talk to StrangersDon't Talk to Strangers
Directed by Andrew Murphy

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 1.48 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This is a movie of a typical teenage outing at a mall that proves that you should never talk to strangers and give your money to them. It's pretty funny, worth the download.

Screenshot: DoomDoom
Directed by JP

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG-13
Size: 5.57 MB RAR archive
Description:
In the near future, overpopulation plagues the Earth. To fix the problem, Mars is colonized and soon is home to half of the world's population. Shortly after, civil war breaks out on the red planet. Two of Earth's most noteworthy representatives are sent to Mars to pacify the situation. However, what they find there may be beyond their realm of existence.

Screenshot: Doom Screenshot: Doom Screenshot: Doom Screenshot: Doom Screenshot: Doom

Storyline: *****
Many movies deal with the devil in some way or another. Some films show him killing mass quantities of people with raging infernos. Others show him in a very different form as a comical goof with a pitchfork. Doom takes a new approach to this evil force and makes it a mysterious, incomprehensible, terrible essence that plagues life but rarely emerges for a direct confrontation with humans. Thus the story of Doom is quite original, yet rather "stock" at the same time. Either way you look at it, though, its contribution to the movie is essential. It evolves, surprises, and terrifies, all while keeping viewers and even the characters within the movie, some of which think they have a grasp on things, in suspense.

Creativity: *****
As I mentioned above, the devil is not necessarily the most unique of themes to use for a movie. However, Doom does an excellent job at taking the devil and making his presence in the world known though acts of posession and murder which will surprise you. Looking at the technical side of the film, it is obvious that the director has a keen mind for creativity. He has an obvious style of making scenes and objects, which will become apparent soon into the movie. This creative style is tough to come by, but it's right here in Doom.

Construction: *****
Doom definitely posesses many excellent cinematic qualities (complete with the "wide-screen" display style), all of which go into making a well-constructed film. Every aspect of the movie works well with every other to create a very interesting movie experience. For example, the twisted storyline blends with the dark, haunting scenery to create a feeling of trepidation that lasts throughout the whole film, even to the last frame of action. This gripping mood enhances the story, which in turn enhances the mood to create a very interesting loop that just gets bigger as the movie progresses. Doom really feels like "doom".

Visual Appearance: *****
There is a very interesting, varied arrangement of visual styles you will notice when you watch Doom. Many of the scenes that are very rigid and inorganic. While not extremely detailed, they are built to get the point across; one of these points is the dreadful mood, and these simple yet intricate scenes amplify the overall feeling of the film. Other scenes contain more curves and irregularities, a more organic sort of visual design. Now I may be extrapolating way too much here, but to me at least the clash between man and the supernatural can sort of be seen in the way the rigid man-made structures, vehicles, and devices are no match for the powers of the more flowing forces of evil. Rather interesting, if you ask me.

Audio: *****
Doom comes complete with an awesome soundtrack that, you guessed it, enhances the mood dramatically. Without the music, this would be a very different movie and would lose the ambience that makes it so good. Additionally, the sound effects, or lack thereof at certain times, are very well placed and set at the correct volume, depending on the distance from the camera and the atmosphere. Five stars here is obvious when you see the movie.

Fun to Watch: *****
Perhaps a better topic here would be "Fun to Experience". If you merely watch this movie, you will miss out on the enveloping mood that it generates. If you turn off the lights and turn up the speakers, you will experience it even better... perhaps the way the director originally intended it to be viewed. You may have to watch this movie again to sort out the storyline with the rest of the movie, especially if you try to watch the sequel without having seen this one for a while. All in all, Doom is definitely a movie you should see, no matter what your tastes are. Unless, of course, you demand a movie that will make you laugh... in which case this movie fails miserably. But that makes Doom just that more creepy.


Screenshot: Doom 2: The AwakeningDoom 2: The Awakening
Directed by JP

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG-13
Size: 7.32 MB RAR archive
Description:
Shortly after the massive population disappearance on Mars, the planet is condemned and deemed uninhabitable for living. The vanishing goes on record as one of the greatest mysteries known to man. A befuddled Michael Durden marries and settles in New York, reluctant to make mention of the happenings. But then his past comes back to haunt him.

Screenshot: Doom 2: The Awakening Screenshot: Doom 2: The Awakening Screenshot: Doom 2: The Awakening Screenshot: Doom 2: The Awakening

Storyline: *****
When it comes to a movie sequel, there is basically one thing to keep in mind: it will either be a terrible mistake or a fantastic piece of filmmaking. In the case of Doom 2: The Awakening, we have ourselves a masterpiece. While the original Doom took a relatively stale storyline and spiced it up a bit, Doom 2 takes that spiced up storyline and makes the finest piece of culinary art with it, and serves it up on a golden platter. Not only does the storyline tie in brilliantly with the previous film, but it develops brilliantly and rises up to a grand, frightening climax. The actual end of this movie has to be one of the most chilling finales to any film I've ever seen before. There is a certain level of professionalism that it takes to create, implement, and display such a strong, mature plot, and it takes an even higer level to make sure that all of the plot elements are displayed in the correct order. Doom 2 demonstrates the director's ability to do just that.

Creativity: *****
There are two very noteworthy ways in which Doom 2 is unique. First, the haunting storyline is original and very suspenseful, always keeping you on your seat wondering what will happen next. But perhaps the most creative aspect of Doom is the way in which it is constructed. I have seen very few movies that primarily use simple, flat surfaces as the majority of the scenery in the movie. Not only that, but these basic structures look bafflingly lifelike, even though they are just walls, buildings, telephones. There are so many new types of scenes in this film, all of which required a very creative approach to building. You will see exactly what I mean when you watch the film.

Construction: *****
I mentioned that the first film did a splendid job of constructing a very specific, doom-like mood. Doom 2 takes that mood and sprints off with it. Imagine yourself in the shoes of Michael and the type of fear he feels when you watch this movie... it's not a good feeling, is it? Few movies can instill such a feeling of trepidation in your soul as Doom 2 does. Then there is the obvious aspect of Doom 2 that most people will see instantly: the scenes. Every single one is hand-made using a very creative 2D-esque approach, which drastically enhances the mood with very dark, somber shades, and looks astonishingly real. In addition, most of the scenes are in motion, which itself is essentially flawless. And to top it all off, tiny nuances such as light scattering are taken into account and implemented very well. In terms of gluing all of the awesome pieces of the movie together into one final film, Doom 2 could not be better.

Visual Appearance: *****
As I sat in my chair trying to think of something to comment on about Visual Appearance, I realized that there was little else I could say that would reiterate my point about this movie. Simply put, it looks fantastic. I don't think there is a single scene that I have a problem with in the entire movie when it comes to visual appeal. Sure, one could say that everything is, for the most part, grey or other dark shades, but that's part of what makes the movie so terrifyingly great to watch. The level of detail comes not in the texture of the scenery, but in the actual construction. And the color choice adds to the mood in ways you will understand when you see the film. Throw in the cinema-style effect and you will think you're sitting in the middle of a movie theater (assuming you have surround sound and the lights are off, that is...).

Audio: *****
A movie like Doom 2 needs a very special type of soundtrack. The music must be haunting and suspenseful, but not too full of action. It must be mysterious and dark, but not exactly scary. Fortunately, JP picked the perfect lineup of songs to use in his movie, and they are all fabulous. One thing you will notice that is a major change from the previous Doom movie is the inclusion of voices. I have nothing against a movie that does not use voices, nor do I give movies that use voices any sort of bonus. However, I believe it is safe to say that putting voices in Doom 2 makes it infinitely better than the first film, bar none. Now you can hear the terror, sadness, and amazement in the characters, an improvement that enhances the story and mood to no end. And finally, all the audio is put together quite well; another case of professionalism at work.

Fun to Watch: *****
Doom 2 is the kind of movie that will grab you by the throat and not let go until the very end of the movie. But, when you find that you can breathe again, suddenly you find yourself falling into an infinite void. Not only does this movie keep you enthralled for the time it's running, but when it finishes you'll probably do a double-take and stare wide-eyed as the credits begin to roll. It's just that fun to watch. Doom 2 is definitely a very professional-looking, extremely well-made 3DMM masterpiece that you will remember for quite a while. Every now and then I watch a movie for Dragon Films that simply astounds and amazes me; Doom 2 is another I am glad I got the opportunity to watch and rate. Great job, JP. Keep up the awesome work.

Screenshot: Dooms DayDooms Day
Directed by Chad Troftgruben of Chad Productions

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 3.92 MB RAR archive
Description:
In Dooms Day, a guy must stop terrorists from blowing up the world. How? Terrorists have planted six bombs across the entire planet, each one capable of annihilating the world. So the hero of the movie must try to find all of these bombs before it is too late! This movie is so funny I thought it should go in the Comedy section! Dooms Day is a great download, one that will get you laughing quite a bit (for a movie classified as "Action", anyway!).

Dr. Negative - Christopher Linehart of Rimy Films - 455 KB RAR

Screenshot: DraculaDracula
Directed by Gur

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 619 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This short flick is about (you guessed it) Dracula. It begins when he opens up his grave and confronts the world. While somewhat slow, this movie is an okay download.

Dragonball Z the Next Level - Michael Cooper of Coopertron - 732 KB RAR

Screenshot: DrugheadsDrugheads
Directed by Robert Domke Read viewer comments (6)

Score: 18/20
St: ***
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.65 MB RAR archive
Description:
Two idiots with a vanfull of drugs hit the road for Mexico... will they be caught by the cops? Perhaps one of the greatest action movies ever made in 3DMM, Drugheads is a timeless classic that you have to see to believe. Made when 3DMM was still young, this movie boasts some of the most advanced construction, animation, and audio of its time. And most importantly, it's a blast to watch! If you haven't seen this absolute classic yet, you're missing out on some great 3DMM history! Highly recommended.

Dude - Unknown director - 6.4 KB RAR

A Duh Movie - What About Bob - 187 KB RAR

The Dumb Movie - Matt of Mattco - 26.7 KB RAR

Dumbest Movie Ever - Alien Raider Industrial - 26.7 KB RAR

Dumbest Movie Ever 2 - Alien Raider Industrial - 74.9 KB RAR

Dumbest Movie Ever 3 - Alien Raider Industrial - 102 KB RAR

Screenshot: Dunde #1: The WarehouseDunde #1: The Warehouse
Directed by Ben Wheele of Bunny Films

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 504 KB RAR archive
Description:
This short movie adds on to the Texan Silly Boys story. It's about an old guy named Dunde who goes into... a warehouse. Yea. It's somewhat humorous, with weird and random comic-ish stuff thrown in it here and there.

Screenshot: Effetti SpecialiEffetti Speciali
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 235 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about some aliens that come to attack Earth. Then, the movie suddenly shifts gears into some sort of funky comedy movie, then proceeds with a bunch of random stuff. I'm not exactly sure what to make of it... maybe someone else will.

Screenshot: Egghead 1Egghead 1
Directed by Darren Dahl of Scooby Booby Pictures

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 75.3 KB RAR archive
Description:
Two scientists turn an innocent civilan into a lifeform with an egg for a head. Huh? I can't see any real point to this movie.


Screenshot: Egghead 2: In MichiefEgghead 2: In Michief
Directed by Darren Dahl of Scooby Booby Pictures

Score: 6/20
St: *
Sm: *
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 110 KB RAR archive
Description:
The guy with the egg for a head tries to beat another egg guy in a fight and loses. He loses his house so he has to go to buy another one. Once more, complete randomness with no real point.

Screenshot: Eirik vs. FredrickEirik vs. Fredrick
Directed by Fredrick Arnoy of Explode Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.14 MB RAR archive
Description:
Eirik and Fredrick start a little war. Emphasis on the word "little". Like so many action movies, there are lots of nifty scenes, cool special effects, but no plot whatsoever.

Electrobuzz - Prohebious Lazana - 277 KB RAR

Screenshot: EradicationEradication
Directed by Stanley Pennant of New Dream Productions

Score: 10/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: **
Size: 667 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a very meticulously-made movie about a guy who wants to get something of his from another guy. How is he going to do it? Kill him, of course. This plot, though, is not developed in the slightest... the only thing that saves this movie from a horrible score is its great visuals and music.

Screenshot: Eric the Angry Kid 1Eric the Angry Kid 1
Directed by Mason Ward of 1-A-T / Halloween Bunny

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 369 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about Eric, who (surprise) is a very angry kid. One day Eric finds a cute girl, Erin, who becomes his girlfriend. But then, to his surprise, he finds that she is just a figment of his imagination. So, using a special machine, a scientist brings Erin into the real world. Rather random and sporadically hilarious, this movie is a decent download.


Screenshot: Eric the Angry Kid 2Eric the Angry Kid 2
Directed by Mason Ward of 1-A-T / Halloween Bunny

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 147 KB RAR archive
Description:
In the continuation of Eric the Angry Kid, Eric, um, well, continues to be angry. The second episode isn't nearly as good as the first one was, though...


Screenshot: Eric the Angry Kid 3Eric the Angry Kid 3
Directed by Mason Ward of 1-A-T / Halloween Bunny

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 65.3 KB RAR archive
Description:
Eric wins a trip to some faraway place, but only finds trouble there. The series seems to have taken a turn for the worse... this episode is rather blah compared to the rest. Perhaps it will rebound someday...

Screenshot: Ersatz Enemies 1Ersatz Enemies 1
Directed by Santiago Miglionico

Score: 15/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 944 KB RAR archive
Description:
Two things about this movie: amazing, detailed scenery; extremely short. At this point, all I can say about the series is that it's going to be very good-looking, but so far I can't see any sort of original storyline or meat to the story at all, except killing (of course). If anything, grab this movie to check out the awesome scenery, and perhaps speculate how the rest of the series may continue...

Screenshot: Escape from the Haunted HouseEscape from the Haunted House
Directed by Yuri Johnson

Score: 10/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 335 KB RAR archive
Description:
Some people enter a haunted house and are confronted by some scary stuff. Will they get out... alive? It's pretty cliche and somewhat boring in parts, but all in all an okay movie.

Screenshot: EtotpisasroofEtotpisasroof
Directed by David Letersky

Score: 17/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 4.17 MB RAR archive
Description:
Etotpisasroof is an original movie with several plot lines spliced with older movies made by the director and other oddities. I'd have to agree with a quote he said about his own movie: "Truly the strangest thing I've ever created in 3DMM." Strange, yes, but excellent. Nothing seems to make sense, yet everything works together correctly. I've never seen randomness work together so well! Download this now!

Screenshot: Evan's CompilationEvan's Compilation
Directed by Evan Strobel

Score: 11/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.51 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a compilation of some of Evan Strobel's work. Some of it is okay, some of it is random, and some of it is pretty cool. If you want to see a movie of movie clips, then check this one out.

Screenshot: Evil PolkaEvil Polka
Directed by Itysir Wedaman of Itysir Films

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 284 KB RAR archive
Description:
A party is interupted when a man in a trench coat plays the ultimate evil: Polka. Now a small group of friends must prevent a secret organization from overtaking the world with their evil music.

Explode 2 - Dave Sitbon - 50.1 KB RAR

Explosive Poop! - Unknown director - 56.4 KB RAR

Screenshot: eXtreme Clips V2.0eXtreme Clips V2.0
Directed by Bobby Lachance of BL Films

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.50 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is basically a bunch of short clips that end in disaster. Sort of corny... actually, it is quite corny.

Screenshot: Eye of Saturn: The Mission Episode 1Eye of Saturn: The Mission Episode 1
Directed by Chuck Stapleton of AWeSOME Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.60 MB RAR archive
Description:
magine... all that stands between you and infinite power is the distance between you and an ancient crystal known as the Eye of Saturn. How far would you go to get it? How many people's lives would you trample to get it? How long would it be before those people start trampling you back? In this first chapter, a boy is on a mission to rescue his girlfriend, unaware of the power of the crystal at the center of it all. While it seems interesting, this movie is so-so and ends up pretty predictable.

Fantasma in Eredità - Don Milan Mayer - 964 KB RAR

Screenshot: Fantasy World Episode 1Fantasy World Episode 1
Directed by Billy Hayden of Cougar Films / Cyber Films

Score: 14/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.25 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is a movie about four people, Cayle, Kim, Will and Jim. They get sucked into a portal in a mall in San Diego and end up in a huge jungle. They find a secret passage that leads into a cave, where they find two people who are trying to take over the world with a certain device one of the kids find... what will happen? This movie is nicely made and pretty interesting... I hope the series keeps going as interesting as this.


Screenshot: Fantasy World Episode 2Fantasy World Episode 2
Directed by Billy Hayden of Cougar Films / Cyber Films

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 859 KB RAR archive
Description:
Cayle and the others get away but run into a slight problem... they're spotted by Jim and the Boss and get attacked. The whole movie is mostly a big battle. Will they survive and make it home? Will they get the chip? This is a nice continuation to the first episode, and seems to be quite a cool series.


Screenshot: Fantasy World Episode 3Fantasy World Episode 3
Directed by Billy Hayden of Cougar Films / Cyber Films

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.66 MB RAR archive
Description:
In this third episode, Cayle's girlfriend, along with the ever-important chip, is kidnapped by the Boss in hopes of luring Cayle to his hideout to finish him off. What will happen? Find out as Fantasy World continues!


Screenshot: Fantasy World Episode 4Fantasy World Episode 4
Directed by Billy Hayden of Cougar Films / Cyber Films

Score: 15/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 1.76 MB RAR archive
Description:
Jim and Will get a distress signal from Cayle and head out to find him. Will they make it before the boss gets the chip and executes Cayle? Find out in this next episode!

Fast Food Massacre - Andrew Murphy - 355 KB RAR

Fat - Trevor - 1.06 MB ZIP

Screenshot: Fat Cop 1Fat Cop 1
Directed by James Quicksell and Matthew Fraher of ICBM Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 201 KB RAR archive
Description:
It is the year 1999 and Jack Campbell, Fat Cop is about to be put on to the biggest case he's ever been assigned. Mike Tyson has decided to take Santa Claus hostage as well as Steve, a New Davenport city police officer, and Fat Cop's girlfriend, Sarah. Fat Cop is upset when he finds out about his girlfriend and is determined to find Mike Tyson who is hiding in a secret cave in Africa. Fat Cop has to track down and save everyone from Mike Tyson's wrath before he destroys his hostages and the entire city of New Davenport.


Screenshot: Fat Cop 2Fat Cop 2
Directed by James Quicksell and Matthew Fraher of ICBM Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 487 KB RAR archive
Description:
A few months after saving Santa Claus, Jack Cambpell, Fat Cop, is once again on a strange mission but this time the missing person is none other than diet specialist Jenny Criag. Determined to find out who is behind this, Fat Cop teams up with his follow co-workers search for the culprit but only find themselves in danger as well.


Screenshot: Fat Cop 3Fat Cop 3
Directed by James Quicksell and Matthew Fraher of ICBM Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 348 KB RAR archive
Description:
After stealing the President and Mark McGwire, King Tut and his henchmen Boris and Robert Downey Jr. try to find a place to hide. Fat Cop, who was vacationing in Cuba with Christina Aguilera, has been assigned once again to save some celebrities. After getting Mike Tyson out of prison, King Tut starts the League of Evil which will include Captain Hook and Gay Dracula. Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera come in at some points to do some cat-fighting to see who really is the top teen pop queen.

Screenshot: The Fat ManThe Fat Man
Directed by Michael Pierce of Mr. P Films

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 230 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a funny movie about a big fat guy who sees a commercial for Fat-Be-Gone, which is supposed to surn him skinny. But, of course, it doesn't. There's a good commercial scene, and some nifty special effects.

Screenshot: Fat Man in the CityFat Man in the City
Directed by Matthew Kennedy

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 240 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is about a fat man who knows he is fat. Then he sees this commercial on the television about this Fat Be Gone product that can supposedly make you thin instantly. He goes to get it, but it doesn't turn out the way he wants. This movie is much like The Fat Man in this same theater.

Fay Guy - Makenna Davenport of Fury Pictures - 42.9 KB RAR

Fight - Eric Mielsen of Lack Toast'n'Tolerant - 2.38 MB ZIP

Screenshot: Fight Scene / Action SatisfactionFight Scene / Action Satisfaction
Directed by Trebor Burke

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: *
Size: 962 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie isn't really a movie at all; it's a fight scene that people are free to use in their movies if they want. It's basically just a huge, pointless fight... why not check it out for the heck of it?

Screenshot: Fighting in the Middle AgesFighting in the Middle Ages
Directed by Krazymofo96 of FYDN Pictures

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.18 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is a project the director made for a school assignment. It's about (surprise) fighting in the Middle Ages. Complete with decent animation and a corny British accent, this movie may teach you a thing or two about how warfare was done back in the days of yore.

Screenshot: Final Fantasy 2 Episode 1Final Fantasy 2 Episode 1
Directed by Shua Her of 3 Dimensional Interactive Films

Score: 14/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: *****
Cr: ****
Size: 507 KB RAR archive
Description:
Inspired by the smash hit video game, Final Fantasy VII, this movie takes us on a somewhat "alternate" route through the FF7 storyline. Fans of the game will recognize many characters and storyline elements. The most notable part about this movie, I think, is its character construction and animation. Never before have I seen Final Fantasy characters constructed and animated so well! Fight scenes, cool camera angles, WALKING… these are all difficulties HMC animators face, but Shua Her does it splendidly. Despite the lack of dialogue and used plotline, this movie is definitely an unexpected but very appreciated film to watch!


Screenshot: Final Fantasy 2 Episode 2Final Fantasy 2 Episode 2
Directed by Shua Her of 3 Dimensional Interactive Films

Score: 14/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: *****
Cr: ****
Size: 683 KB RAR archive
Description:
The "somewhat alternate" storyline to Final Fantasy VII continues, and our heroes have to face bigger and badder challenges. Once again, there is no dialogue and the intent of the movie is somewhat unclear, except to be a showcase of some awesome 3DMM skill. If anything, it's got some awesome fight scenes and some of the best chocobos I've ever seen in 3DMM!

Screenshot: Final Fantasy Alpha Episode 1Final Fantasy Alpha Episode 1
Directed by Denny Betterman of Betterman Films

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.01 MB RAR archive
Description:
Sid, a scientist and programmer for Gameworth Games, has been fired and will get revenge by using his machine to bring video game characters to the real world. Using his RPG collection, he is able to bring some Final Fantasy good-guys into the real world and to the Gameworth Labs. But, when he returns to his home, he finds that the machine has glitched and has released some Final Fantasy BAD-guys who quickly abduct the house and the machine. Now it's a fight between Sid and the new enemies for control of the house and the machine! If Sid can get the machine back, he can return the bad guys to the video game world, but if the enemies can figure out how to use the machine…


Screenshot: Final Fantasy Alpha Episode 2Final Fantasy Alpha Episode 2
Directed by Denny Betterman of Betterman Films

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 582 KB RAR archive
Description:
Now Sid has been saved, and new characters salvaged. The machine is still in the hands of the foes, and it is still out of control. The machine is continuing to spit out random game characters from Sid's RPG collection, and it's left the Final Fantasy collection to some lesser-known games! See if you've played some of the games that the characters are taken from as this series continues!

Screenshot: Final Fantasy I & II ChampionshipFinal Fantasy I & II Championship
Directed by Massimox Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.54 MB RAR archive
Description:
In this film, the heroes of Final Fantasy I and II battle it out in various arenas... for a champion prize!

Screenshot: Final Fantasy IV Episode 1Final Fantasy IV Episode 1
Directed by Steven Bergers of Substance Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 390 KB RAR archive
Description:
Cecil is a Dark Knight and the leader of the Red Wings, the airship force of Baron country. Cecil's last mission was to retrieve the Water Crystal from the magician town of Mysidia. Cecil is guilty about what he did because he had to kill innocent people to get the crystal, which is all that matters to the king. The Dark Knight is stripped of his post when the King discovers Cecil's distrust of the throne, and now Cecil's new mission is to destroy the Phantom Beasts up north and deliver a mysterious ring tthe village of Mi. Now Cecil seeks to make up for what he did, but there will be a long, difficult road ahead.Interesting story, although the pacing seems to be about ten times faster than the speed of light. I wonder what will happen in the next episode?

Screenshot: Final Fantasy Ripoff 1Final Fantasy Ripoff 1
Directed by Matt Spanel of NATAS Studios

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 435 KB RAR archive
Description:
Final Fantasy Ripoff is an RPG-style movie with a storyline that seems somewhat FF-ish, but apparently with a weird twist to it. It has some cool effects and things, but overall it's not really that hot.

Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 1Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 1
Directed by Greg Strnad of Dragon Films Read viewer comments (22)

Score: 27/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 3.28 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is the continuation to Final Fantasy VII. The story is pretty complex, and it opens as this: Two explorers who are investigating a mysteriously-reactivated Mako reactor get sucked back in time into a town that was supposed to be destroyed. This time travel embeds the powers of Mako into their bodies, allowing the pair to use magical abilities. In this town they find a man known only as the Leader who wants to execute his "World Restoration Plan", which involves destroying the whole planet in the future. The explores run for their lives from the man, who then sends out every troop he has to stop them from foiling their plans. Included in this download is the GOLD Version of the movie, with updated voices and visual effects.

Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 1 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 1 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 1 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 1

Storyline: *****
FF8's story is very complex and has many key points that are introduced. The characters are introduced nicely, and as of now their interactions are great. The story and plans that are introduced later in the movie spin a story that will end up being the backbone for the whole series.

Creativity: *****
FF8 Episode 1 is extremely creative. Nowhere else have I seen movies that use these ideas, and have such intricate plotlines as this. Mako crystalizing into Materia allowing magic use... a quantum rift... who else has ever thought of this? Well, at least nobody at the time it was made!

Construction: ****
This episode of FF8 is constructed pretty well. There aren't a lot of handmade things, mainly because the film is basically relating the main story before it gets into the action. Other than that, the scenes are chosen nicely, and the camera angles go well together.

Visual Appearance: ****
Episode 1 doesn't have very many handmade scenes that look great, but there are lots of other things that looked neat, like magic blasts and a cool car chase. Some of the scenes could have looked better, but it was good enough.

Audio: *****
This film has a lot of original sounds, never before heard in the 3DMM world. Some of them were even created solely for this movie, such as the noises accompanying the magic blasts. The soundtrack is pretty good as well... there is just the right tone of music at the right times.

Fun to Watch: ****
Episode 1 of this 7-episode series introduces everything that goes on in the movie, and is a crutial part to the series. It's quite fun to watch too: all the rifts and fights and chases give it an entertaining feel, and make you want to keep watching.


Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 2Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 2
Directed by Greg Strnad of Dragon Films Read viewer comments (22)

Score: 23/30
St: ****
Cr: ***
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 598 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the next episode in the Final Fantasy 8 story. The explorers find their way into a cave, where they discover some useful items and practice their newfound magic skills. They become trapped, though, when a man working for the Leader from Episode 1 tracks them down and attacks them with a powerful robot called the Defender. After defeating it, the pair runs out of the cave and go to strike at the Leader.

Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 2 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 2 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 2

Storyline: ****
The story here doesn't unfold much... it just hints at things that will be covered in the later episodes. Nevertheless, the events that happen in this episode are crucial to the overall story development.

Creativity: ***
There are some unique ideas in battle scenes and the Defender's design, plus an unusual twist to the plot near the beginning. But other than those, there aren't too many unique things about it.

Construction: ****
Although the cave scene was used most of the time throughout the film, the construction of this episode is pretty good. The battle scenes are built well, fading to black before the action hits. The Defender is also made nicely, although spending a little more time on it would have made it ten times better. There are also many new sounds and views that give Episode 2 a neat look.

Visual Appearance: ****
The whole episode is basically two big battle scenes, but those are really neat-looking. The stances and actions are great, and the seamless battle transitions are interesting. It doesn't look marvelous and spectacular, but definitely cool.

Audio: ****
Like the first Episode, the second movie in the series introduces brand new sounds into the 3DMM world, and a few new midis. The music is neat in the back, and the sound usage is great.

Fun to Watch: ****
Being mostly one big battle scene it's fun to watch, but it doesn't unfold too much of the underlying story. Aside from that, though, it's fun to see the neat battles and wonder what's going to happen next.


Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 3Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 3
Directed by Greg Strnad of Dragon Films Read viewer comments (22)

Score: 26/30
St: *****
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 799 KB RAR archive
Description:
The next episode in the Final Fantasy 8 story... Mark and Vince head to Costa del Sol in search for the Leader, only to be confronted with a huge problem caused by their time travel that seems to put an end to everything. They are ambushed there and a short fight takes place. Afterward, Vince discovers the new location of the Leader's base and the pair heads to it.

Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 3 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 3 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 3

Storyline: *****
This is a crucial episode to the series. Here you discover some vital information about the storyline and what is going to happen in the near future. It also makes the conflict of the story more complex and harder for the two main characters to resolve, something they are going to have to do if the world is ever going to be saved!

Creativity: ****
The unfolding story ideas are pretty unique, and lots of the little traps the Leader plants are pretty original as well. The dirtbike scenes are really unique, and, again, the battle scene is quite interesting.

Construction: ****
This episode is put together nicely. Well-made custom scenes and motions make for a neat battle, and the sounds used are great. Its camera angle sequence and scene order are well done, and the interactions between characters and environment are great.

Visual Appearance: *****
The movie looked pretty great overall. There are lots of custom scenes that look good, and the battles, although short, look neat, too. The dirtbike scene was top-of-the-line when it was made in 1998.

Audio: ****
Again, lots of neat original audio clips are implemented at the right times in this episode. The midi soundtrack also is pretty interesting, as always.

Fun to Watch: ****
A lot of neat things await you in this episode, and seeing it more than once wouldn't be out of mind. As a matter of fact, it's made quite well and watching it more than once would be really fun!


Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 4Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 4
Directed by Greg Strnad of Dragon Films Read viewer comments (22)

Score: 28/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 800 KB RAR archive
Description:
In the next episode of Final Fantasy 8, Mark and Vince arrive at the Leader's new hideout, but are thrown off course by the Leader's defenses. After an incredible leap of faith, they run into a new ally, and head back to stop the Leader and his vile "World Restoration Plan".

Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 4 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 4 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 4 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 4

Storyline: *****
In this episode, lots of missing or questionable story pieces are answered. There is also a huge chunk of storyline intricacy added, and the whole plot becomes even more complex!

Creativity: *****
This episode contains a load of original ideas and storyline twists that add new characters to the ever-growing plot and also add suspense to the series. Lots of great views, stories, and everything!

Construction: *****
Again, another nicely put-together movie. The sounds work well with each other, the characters interact well, and the whole movie is constructed out of custom props. And most importantly, it's built well and looks great.

Visual Appearance: ****
This episode was one of my favorite. It had lots of neat-looking camera views, great battle scenes, and an overall great look. The "leap of faith" part is especially groovy.

Audio: *****
Still the same old sounds as other episodes, but the new ones keep getting better. Awesome music and sound effects will make you want to crank up your speakers as you watch this episode.

Fun to Watch: ****
This is one episode worth watching more than once, mainly for a better grip on the story, and also because it was very fun to watch. The fight scene with the chainsaw robot is cool!


Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 5Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 5
Directed by Greg Strnad of Dragon Films Read viewer comments (22)

Score: 27/30
St: *****
Cr: ****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 943 KB RAR archive
Description:
The next episode in the Final Fantasy 8 story... Mark, Vince, and their new ally attempt to get back to the Leader's hideout by means of an awesome vehicle that their new friend has, but end up stumbling across something surprising. Once they get in, they realize they are running out of time to take out the Leader.

Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 5 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 5 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 5

Storyline: *****
This episode focuses less on battle sequences as all the other ones did and more on story. You find out here exactly how far the Leader is in his plan, and what the three allies are going to have to do to stop it.

Creativity: ****
With a neat creative vehicle and some unique ideas, this episode is done pretty well. Although it is pretty short, the creativity in its construction is quite good.

Construction: *****
Nicely made. Since it concentrates more on the important factors, lots of the things that were found in the earlier episodes were taken out, namely the intricate battle sequences. It does, though, exhibit a nice display of well-made scenes and a good story construction, like handmade cars and an interesting story twist.

Visual Appearance: *****
This episode looks very nice. There are lots of custom things, like vehicles and buildings, and they all go together nicely. The inside of the building, though simple, looked quite real, and the car Salvador busts out looks great!

Audio: ****
This episode doesn't boast as many new sounds as the previous ones do, but they still sound really good. The force field scene was pretty cool-sounding, to name one.

Fun to Watch: ****
It is fun to watch this episode, but since the battles are done it may lose its appeal to hard-core action-watchers. But other than that, it's cool.


Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 6Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 6
Directed by Greg Strnad of Dragon Films Read viewer comments (22)

Score: 27/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: ****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 1.11 MB RAR archive
Description:
The saga continues in this next episode... the next to the last! Mark, Vince, and Salvador wake up in the Leader's hideout after being trapped in the Mako-Weapon warehouse, only to discover the Leader's new twist to his "World Restoration Plan". The weapons are launched... but something goes wrong! What is everyone going to do now?

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Storyline: *****
Out of all the episodes of the FF8 saga, this one has got to be the one with the biggest storyline twists. In this episode the plot gets so complex, one would think it's a whole other movie! Its great twists add lots of suspense to the story, and the watcher realizes that the characters had better act soon, or else everything will be destroyed…

Creativity: *****
This episode was, simply put, mind-boggling. One would never think that what happens would ever happen, and the ideas and twists that are thrown in are simply phenomenal.

Construction: ****
Along with the changing story, the construction of the film is great. There are lots of neat scenes, sounds, and other factors that make it sweet.

Visual Appearance: *****
This episode is quite explosive! As things start to heat up, the suspense draws close and the visuals get cool. See for yourself!

Audio: ****
Many new sounds were implemented in this episode, and their quality makes the film even more suspenseful. And, as always, the good ol' sounds from previous episodes add to the FF8 charm.

Fun to Watch: ****
This movie is very fun to watch, and a few more watches would be great and wouldn't deter from the quality at all. Seeing it again just to figure out what happened might be a good idea, too.


Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 7Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 7
Directed by Greg Strnad of Dragon Films Read viewer comments (22)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 1.48 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is the conclusion to the Final Fantasy 8 epic. The three friends and their surprising fourth ally get into one of the Leader's last ships and head to the quasaric pulsation. Their only hope now is to destroy the pulsation with force, before all of Earth and the time line are smothered by the wrath of untamed Mako energy.

Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 7 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 7 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 7 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 7 Screenshot: Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues Episode 7

Storyline: *****
This final episode has a great plot. The four allies go as planned, but near the end you won't believe what happens. And when the final moment of fate happens, it is, simply put, a great conclusion to the phenomenal FF8 story.

Creativity: *****
How much more creative can you get? Quasaric pulsations? A doom clock on the Earth AND the time line on its last few seconds? This episode rolls all of the creativity of the previous episodes into a ball and smashes them into one grand conclusion.

Construction: *****
Again, another perfect category. The inside of the ship looks neat, the turrets are awesome, and the build of the Leader's base is great. The character interactions become stronger than ever before, and the whole film is sweet. The spacecraft cruising toward the pulsation is built very well, too.

Visual Appearance: *****
This final episode has to have looked the best. There are many original and unique things that go on, and the places the characters go to look great. The visuals are also probably the most intense out of any FF8 movie.

Audio: *****
Episode 7 comes with great music, sound effects, and a spectacular Final Fantasy medley to close the whole thing up. What a rush.

Fun to Watch: *****
The conclusion to Final Fantasy VIII... the Legend Continues is completely phenomenal. It is very fun to watch, and many more watches can be achieved with no degradiation of quality. And for the series itself... it's just, simply put, one of the best pre-Y2K movies on Dragon Films. If you don't believe me, check out the viewer comments!

Screenshot: Final Fantasy... the Ultimate Epic: PrologueFinal Fantasy... the Ultimate Epic: Prologue
Directed by Greg Strnad of Dragon Films Read viewer comments (15)

Size: 2.75 MB RAR archive
Rated PG
Version 1.45
Description:

The year is 2103. Scientists have cloned humans, architects have constructed worldwide Air Transit Systems, and solar harvesting is a huge market. Earth has never seen a better economic and social position in the history of history itself. But recent advances in the study of temporal quantum gravodynamics has created an unstable reality, and the right person in the right place at the right time could discover the gateway to the center of existence. Six people on Earth have a long, epic journey laid out in front of them. A journey of learning, battles, discovery, and ultimately a journey to determine the outcome of existence itself. Completely oblivious to what this journey is, where it leads, or when it begins, they eventually find themselves faced with a problem they must fix if reality is to exist. Prepare to embark on the journey. It begins now.

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Fredrick Arnoy: An amazingly well done prologue for Greg Strnad's upcoming Final Fantasy movie, The Ultimate Epic, and I can hardly wait. The direction is extremely well executed, and it introduces you to one of the greatest stories of all time done in 3DMM. The effects are actually pretty good, a bit dated, but still quite amazing. And although I have never liked midis in 3DMM movies I think they flew well with the action in this prologue, but they did get a tad annoying. Greg did all the voices too, but these are just minor flaws we can all live with when the rest is as great as this. Can't wait for the first saga!


Screenshot: Final Fantasy... the Ultimate Epic: The First Saga (Chapters 1-10)Final Fantasy... the Ultimate Epic: The First Saga (Chapters 1-10)
Directed by Greg Strnad of Dragon Films Read viewer comments (15)

Size: 21.8 MB RAR archive
Rated PG
Version 1.00
Description:

The recent attack on RICCO Iota has caused great unrest with the UBI. Not only was this attack devastating, but all information surrounding it is shrouded in mystery. In addition, the lead investigators, Jason Karlson and Ellen, feel this attack is more significant than may be initially apparent. Elsewhere, Cid Skywell's disregard for the well-being of the Mind Dwellers he collects drives Geoff Staren, a quiet but very intelligent man, to confront this adversary once and for all. And in the Solar Desert, Karen Anderson must cope with the sudden loss of her entire life's work with the help of her boyfriend, Rick Projjen, the hero of the Great War of the Falcon. The cogs of time have been set into motion, and the fate of existence itself begins to find its way into the hands of six unsuspecting individuals. Clocking in at 104 minutes (one hour and forty-four minutes) and nearly 40 megabytes, Final Fantasy… the Ultimate Epic: The First Saga (Chapters 1-10) is the first sixth of a three-saga tale of existence and reality, and just one piece of the Existential Saga. The real fantasy begins now.

Hear what others have to say about the First Saga:

3DMM Studio: My god! This has to be one of THE most impressive movies I've ever seen! It's been in the making for over 4 years now, and I must admit that I doubted its release. However, Greg has managed to release it with a run time of 70 minutes! [Note: actually, it's more like 100] Explaining the story would be nearly impossible because of all the intricate plot twists and different views (I also don't want to spoil it for you!). The movie is split into chapters where each chapter covers a segment of the movie's story. The characterization of the actors is amazing. Nearly every character has a unique background story. It's actually quite an achievement that Greg has pulled this off. Such detail in characters, so many unexpected twists, it's just too much to review. Animation wise, this movie is great too. Subtle details appear in every scene, from a piano player playing in a café to people living their everyday life. Greg's crafted a real sense of atmosphere, something that is present in almost every second of the movie. Combined with good voice acting and a great MIDI soundtrack, this movie is absolutely one of the best movies ever created in the history of 3DMM. Download this now - you don't want to miss out!

Fredrick Arnoy: After four years of writing and directing, Greg finally finished the first saga of his long awaited Final Fantasy movie. Seeing as it's just an introduction to the real thing (an introduction which lasts for nearly two hours, mind you), it's mostly dialogue and seeing as the first five Chapters each introduce new characters it might require a second watch to get it all… ugh. Don't worry though, it could have been shortened down a bit, but it definitely is worth the long watch. It's a really unique concept and Greg has pulled it off amazingly well. While the animations might look a bit dated at first, you gotta give the director credit for all the effort he's put into the details. Police tape swaying in the wind in the background, foot steps in the sand… things most people just couldn't have been bothered with. It also has one of the best car chases done in 3DMM. Ever. I don't know how many times I've watched it already. Camera pans smoothly, some great combat effects here and there - might not be perfect, but it sure is nicely done! As for the sounds/music, Greg did a really well job with doing all the voice acting himself, but some variation wouldn't hurt. And I know how hard it is to get female voice actors out there, but it would sound much better if you got one ;). The midis didn't really bother me much, and having real orchestra music throughout the whole movie could easily raise the filesize up to the double. Now, I'd really love to explain more about the plot, but quite honestly you're better off checking it out for yourself. It might not be for everyone, but at least give it a try. I know I loved it.

Screenshot: Final Fantasy: Delta Ghost Episode 1Final Fantasy: Delta Ghost Episode 1
Directed by Jalal Ansari of Phantom Films

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 384 KB RAR archive
Description:
Final Fantasy: Delta Ghost is about some guy named Ogi and his friend, Si, who are studying magic. A bully, Shant, learns of this magical power and wants to learn about it too. Sadly, the story for this movie seems to be just like a lot of other RPG-style movies out there, and the text is riddled with grammatical errors that make it bothersome to read. I would really like to see future episodes fix the grammar and spelling problems, and focus more on character development and story flow than getting the movie done…

Screenshot: Final Fantasy: Quest of the Eternal FlameFinal Fantasy: Quest of the Eternal Flame
Directed by Lukus Walker of Lukus Entertainment

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 490 KB RAR archive
Description:
A man named Flare gets his friend, Cid, to take him to a cave and they go on an adventure from there. At the moment, I'm not sure exactly where this movie is going... it has an old video-game feel to it (including running for endless hours to get from one destination to another), and there is even a somewhat modified scene from my FFEpic: Prologue in it. I wonder if future editions will introduce more storyline.

Screenshot: Final Fantasy: The Movie Episode 1Final Fantasy: The Movie Episode 1
Directed by Don of D.R.L Studios

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 829 KB RAR archive
Description:
In the future, Titron Co. is a large buisness and science company. They collect and sell rare past valuables and also own the largest city in the world: Titron City. But a lot of people are getting strange feelings about the company lately, which is collecting ancient materia which was used around 2,000 years ago after FF7. A thief and his cohort decide to stop Tirton by stealing a lot of ancient materia and hiding it away from Tirton. But who is behind all this? For what reason is Tirton doing this? And what awaits the planet? This movie has some potential... it's not as great as I'd like to see a Final Fantasy movie be, but it's not that bad either.


Screenshot: Final Fantasy: The Movie Episode 2Final Fantasy: The Movie Episode 2
Directed by Don of D.R.L Studios

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 1.03 MB RAR archive
Description:
In this episode, Miguel takes Deon to Titron headquarters to meet Ryke. What will happen? Watch to find out.


Screenshot: Final Fantasy: The Movie Episode 3Final Fantasy: The Movie Episode 3
Directed by Don of D.R.L Studios

Score: 10/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 802 KB RAR archive
Description:
In episode 3, the two main characters are heading to Zozo to check out Deon's house. Also, two new characters are introduced to the story. It seems to be getting more interesting here... hopefully in the next episode it will pick up the pace even more.

Screenshot: FinkletoeFinkletoe
Directed by Yuri Johnson

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.63 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about two yobbos who make a sadistic bet involving a sadistic guy named Finkletoe. Can Finkletoe kill 21 people in a short period of time? Find out when you watch this short, definitely sadistic movie.

Screenshot: The Fly People ProjectThe Fly People Project
Directed by Matt Hopper

Score: 18/30
St: **
Cr: ****
Co: ***
Vs: ***
Au: ***
Fn: ***
Rated G
Size: 2.92 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is a ripoff of the Blair Witch Project, except for the fact that this one is about a man going going after the "Fly People". It takes place in a sheriff's station and the sheriff is showing all the evidence from the case. It's pretty funny, with a huge sound file consisting of most of the movie.

Screenshot: The Fly People Project Screenshot: The Fly People Project Screenshot: The Fly People Project

Storyline: **
Since this movie is more of a documentary, it doesn't really have much of a storyline. Most of the story is revealed in the massive sound file on the audio tape, and if you can follow it, you'll find it somewhat interesting.

Creativity: ****
Fly people. Who would ever think of that? This movie doesn't have a ton of cool camera shots or anything (the car is funny), but it makes up with its humor. The 1/2 station channels, the Fat People Crossing... there's just a ton of stuff in here that is completely and utterly hilarious!

Construction: ***
Although short and simple, the scenes in this movie are nice and to the point. They are really funny at times, too. Who would think of using a shadow in the jungle scene as a Fly person?

Visual Appearance: ***
Again, since this is a documentary, it's not really a movie that would have a lot of visual flair. There are some really great-looking places in the movie, though, namely the photos and the films.

Audio: ***
There is very little music and hardly any original sound effects, but I have to give this movie at least a 3 because of its great audio documentation. It is so fun to listen to, I've just gotta count it as audio!

Fun to Watch: ***
There are lots of things in this movie that make it truly hilarious despite its short length. I wouldn't mind watching it more than once just to hear the audio tape and the jokes again.

Screenshot: Footsteps in the DarkFootsteps in the Dark
Directed by Aaron Nassau of Imagine Entertainment

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 427 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about a girl who is being spied on by a "Prowler". What will she do with this madman after her? This is a very interesting movie, full of lots of aspects found in real movies. It's even pretty freaky at times!

Forest - Sharon Trimmer - 153 KB RAR

Screenshot: Frankie and Gus Blow Up the EarthFrankie and Gus Blow Up the Earth
Directed by Tony Clay of CNCW Studios

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.52 MB RAR archive
Description:
What better pastime than detonating their homeworld? The incoragable Frankie and Gus can't think of anything more entertaining! Here's an average comedy movie, complete with people who want to blow up Earth! (?)

Screenshot: Frankie's New CarFrankie's New Car
Directed by Ned Carlson and Tony Clay of CNCW Studios

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 3.61 MB RAR archive
Description:
Gus gets more than he bargained for when he is entrusted with Frankie’s car while Frankie is away. This is yet another good-natured, well-constructed comedy from CNCW Studios, complete with their classic humor, great music clips, and superb voices. This is also quite possibly one of the few movies I've seen that successfully utilizes the features of the Doraemon Expansion Pack, even if it is just for a few scenes. Recommended.

The Freak - George of Excellento Pictures - 90.6 KB RAR

Screenshot: Freedom Quest Episode 1 - BlitzkreigFreedom Quest Episode 1 - Blitzkreig
Directed by Blake Trio of Redstone Productions

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 5.25 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is the start of a saga based on Bethseda Softwork's "Redguard". The island of Stros M'Kai is under attack by the Cyrodiil invaders. If the war is lost, Ka'en's elf friend will have to leave back to his home in Summerset Isle. Meanwhile, Ka'en and another mage, Jaganvy'yr are having a conflict which will change the course of events. What happens when Ka'en is faced with great adversity and must protect his people? This first episode shows a great introduction to what looks to be a cool series.

Screenshot: Fucking Retards 1Fucking Retards 1
Directed by Gabe Nahmias

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.74 MB RAR archive
Description:
At an overnight campout in the wilderness, some scouts are offered some weed. What's going to happen? Use your imagination. Very slow humor, but funny nonetheless. And remember: drugs are for losers.

Screenshot: Full MoonFull Moon
Directed by Josh Byrd of Pyro Soft Productions

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 505 KB RAR archive
Description:
This black and white movie takes place in a modern yet far-off world, and is a tale about one man's deal with the devil and his salvation at all ends. Thought-provoking and with an unusual ending leaving many things open to debate, this movie is worth a look.

Fun Police - Matt Barnes of Evil Movie Maker Company - 189 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Funniest Stuff UpsThe Funniest Stuff Ups
Directed by Josh, Sean, and Dan of Clayton Productions

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 782 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie contains some examples of strange, uncommon stuff-ups. So, pull up a chair, sit back, relax and LOL! Interesting stuff, pretty funny.

Funny 1 - Chris Hill of Paramount Pictures - 49.1 KB RAR

A Funny Movie - Craig Davies - 38.0 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Funny Movie 1The Funny Movie 1
Directed by Danny Townend and Thomas Gallagher

Score: 10/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 544 KB RAR archive
Description:
The Funny Movie is a series of humorous clips ranging from complete randomness to ones that sort of have somewhat of a small little glint of a story. A few of the skits are relatively funny, although repeating the introduction for every skit becomes eye-rollingly bothersome after a while.


Screenshot: The Funny Movie 2The Funny Movie 2
Directed by Danny Townend and Thomas Gallagher

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 926 KB RAR archive
Description:
The Funny Movie series continues with more totally random stuff. While the long intro scene for every skit has been done away with, the skits have not really gotten any better...


Screenshot: The Funny Movie 3The Funny Movie 3
Directed by Danny Townend and Thomas Gallagher

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 998 KB RAR archive
Description:
The third movie in the series. And, to continue with tradition, it contains more complete randomness. I think the ideas are starting to run a little thin here...

Screenshot: Funny Shorts Episode 1Funny Shorts Episode 1
Directed by Tyler Hauger of Sportsman Films Read viewer comments (5)

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: *****
Size: 1.49 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This is a movie of many short little skits... sometimes they are related, sometimes not. But either way, they're all very funny! There are also some times where music plays and the "Dancing Babies" hit the floor. Download it!


Screenshot: Funny Shorts Episode 2Funny Shorts Episode 2
Directed by Tyler Hauger of Sportsman Films Read viewer comments (5)

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 521 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the next Funny Shorts episode. It's a lot shorter than the first, and the random skits it has aren't as good, but it's still worth a see.


Screenshot: Funny Shorts Episode 3Funny Shorts Episode 3
Directed by Tyler Hauger of Sportsman Films Read viewer comments (5)

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.91 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Here's the next edition to the original Funny Shorts series. I still think the first episode was the best, but this one is pretty humorous too.

Furious MadMaN I - DooMKiLLeR - 306 KB RAR

Furious MadMaN II - DooMKiLLeR - 376 KB RAR

Gangstars - Spencer Sult - 976 KB ZIP

The Garbage Man - Obganstarr - 914 KB ZIP

Screenshot: The Garrol 1The Garrol 1
Directed by Oskar Orn Eggertsson of Flashpictures

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 335 KB RAR archive
Description:
The creatures from Batrakk are still after the Garrol and have now sent their general and Niko to get him back to Batrakk. They find the Garrol where he is working and try to get him, but the Garrol gets away. Cool action fight scenes, but not too much else.


Screenshot: The Garrol 1The Garrol 1
Directed by Oskar Orn Eggertsson of Flashpictures

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: *
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 1.74 MB RAR archive
Description:
The Garrol is about an alien robot called Garrol from the planet Batrakk who crashes on Earth after he escapes from going into the army. He wakes up a million years later but by that time a hunter from Batrakk has found him. None of this information is given in the movie, thus it is quite difficult to follow and understand without having first read this.

Screenshot: The Gate of ChaosThe Gate of Chaos
Directed by Will Mason of Mason.Works Entertainment

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 697 KB RAR archive
Description:
The land of Centonia was in danger. The Gate of Chaos, a portal to a nightmare universe, had been opened by an unknown enemy, but thanks to King Spirtio and his army it was closed again forever. At least that is what they thought. Thousands of years later the gate is preparing to open again and release the armies of chaos on the land. It's up to the Wizard Derion and the companions he joins along the way to stop the gate from being opened. This movie was originally mean to be part of a seven-episode series, and was completed back in 2001. However, it was recently reworked and released to act as a stand-alone film. This is your usual fantasy quest movie, complete with very little character development and a run-so-fast-you'll-miss-it plot, but it's still interesting to watch if you're into fantasy stories. Not bad.

Screenshot: Gatto PazzoGatto Pazzo
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Description:
In Gatto Pazzo, a cat drinks a super-powerful potion, and all chaos breaks loose. Download this movie to find out what happens!

This movie exists on the Dragon Films Mirror server.


Screenshot: Gatto Pazzo 2: Invasione!Gatto Pazzo 2: Invasione!
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Description:
In Gatto Pazzo, a cat drinks a super-powerful potion, and all chaos breaks loose. Download this movie to find out what happens!

This movie exists on the Dragon Films Mirror server.

The Gay Sniper - Tom Kearns - 26.5 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Genejack FactoryThe Genejack Factory
Directed by Will Mason of Mason.Works Entertainment

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 655 KB RAR archive
Description:
When an expert fighter awakes to find himself with no memory, he immediately strives to find out who he really is. But it isn't long before forces out of his control try to fight against his quest for knowledge. He must battle to stay alive in a hostile land as an evil corporation and its henchmen attempt to bring his life to an end. But things only start to get really strange when he is attacked by near perfect copies of himself. Just who is this guy, and why does everyone want him dead? An interesting movie; some parts remind me of Star Wars Episode II quite a bit. I'd like to see the sequel sometime, as by then perhaps the answers will be revealed.

General Nyman - Psychonick Entertainment - 478 KB RAR

Screenshot: The GenetisisThe Genetisis
Directed by Airhead of A.B. Pictures

Score: 18/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.92 MB RAR archive
Description:
A scientist's special syrum, made to grant extra powerful physical abilities to the individuals who consume it, is found to have a few "minor" side effects. But what happens when the syrum ends up in the hands of a toddler? This movie is great! The voices are somewhat tough to understand, but other than that it's simply incredible and hilarious! Download it now!

Screenshot: GeopardyGeopardy
Directed by Travis Wells

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 487 KB RAR archive
Description:
Geopardy is an insane parody of the television gameshow "Jeopardy!". It looks promising at the beginning, but quickly deteriorates into pure gibberish. In the end, it's just one weak joke after another. Oh well.

Ghetto - Paul Tidd of Penguin Paul Productions - 563 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Ghetto LifeGhetto Life
Directed by Matthew Fraher of Cyborg Pictures

Score: 19/30
St: ****
Cr: ***
Co: ***
Vs: ***
Au: ***
Fn: ***
Rated PG
Size: 1.44 MB RAR archive
Description:
Ghetto Life is a documentary film about a ghetto family that suffers a major tragedy. Then, to make matters even worse, it is dragged into a major gang situation where lives are on the line and every second counts to get revenge. Vulgar and violent, but strangely touching at the end, Ghetto Life makes for an overall interesting movie.

Screenshot: Ghetto Life Screenshot: Ghetto Life Screenshot: Ghetto Life Screenshot: Ghetto Life

Storyline: ****
The plot of Ghetto Life is rather simple, but so many things happen I had to give it four stars. There's something about the way the story seemed to right itself at times then fall right back over into chaos that made it interesting to follow. The way it's presented is pretty cool too: documentary style, with a narrator who is both apart from the movie and a part of the movie.

Creativity: ***
Although the story is strangely interesting, there isn't too much creativity to it. There are lots of stereotypical ""ghetto"" jokes in it, and some things that not all people are going to like. Fortunately, it doesn't really go overboard on those kinds of slanderous jokes.

Construction: ***
This movie is built alright. Nothing in it is fantastic, but nothing is terrible either. Some of the scenes are somewhat empty, except for the characters and a prop here and there, and some props and text are strangely made. On the flipside, some scenes look quite nice. All in all, average.

Visual Appearance: ***
Like mentioned above, the movie looks quite empty and some of the scenes are pretty shoddy, but all in all it looks pretty good. You won't be seeing many scenes that you'll remember forever, but you wont be seeing any terrible scenes you'll want to forget, either.

Audio: ***
Music most of the time is pretty bland and relatively simple, but there are a few nifty audio points that gave it a cool flair. Because of the subject matter of the movie, I'm glad there are no voices.

Fun to Watch: ***
Ghetto Life is nothing special, but (like I have said many times before) it's nothing terrible either. This movie sort of drags on every now and then, but all in all it's a relatively fun film to check out. It's one of those movies you'll enjoy watching when there's nothing better to do.

Screenshot: The Ghost and Sgt. HoffsteadThe Ghost and Sgt. Hoffstead
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 6.40 MB RAR archive
Description:
After spending the night in "Frankie's" mysterious castle, Officer Hoffstead must prove that his story about the happenings there is true… or he will be sued! Another great, wholesome comedy flick by CNCW Studios, The Ghost and Sgt. Hoffstead will have you laughing and scratching your head both at the same time. Well done!

Screenshot: Ghost in the ShellGhost in the Shell
Directed by Spencer Crabb and Redwampa of Falcon Films and Planet Productions

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG-13
Size: 28.6 MB RAR archive
Description:
A year after the first Ghost in the Shell anime took place, a new line of cyborgs were created for miliatry use where it leaked into the black market. The new death machine is now being used for bad instead of good. Motoko is sent on a new assignment to figure this out, but she will find many troubles and twists on the way to victory. However, her life has not been written yet by the powers that be; in the ever-changing world of politics and secrets, who will she end up serving? Ghost in the Shell is quite possibly the most ambitious 3DMM project of 2003, a movie that is very professional on so many levels it is almost a shame that is had to be made just in 3DMM. A quick overview cannot even come close to doing this movie justice; you'll have to read the full review to get a glimpse of what you'll be seeing. If you cannot manage the hefty download size, you can download each part individually instead (7 MB for the first, 11 MB for the second, and 10 MB for the third): Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

Screenshot: Ghost in the Shell Screenshot: Ghost in the Shell Screenshot: Ghost in the Shell Screenshot: Ghost in the Shell Screenshot: Ghost in the Shell

Storyline: *****
In the 3DMM world (along with the rest of the world in general), there are stories and there are storytellers. Some of these stories are great, and some are not as great. Likewise, some of the storytellers are great, and some are not. Ghost in the Shell is a very good example of what happens when a great story is placed in the hands of some mighty fine storytellers: you get a movie that follows a very intricate but smooth plot, one that is action-packed and touching all at the same time. GITS has one of the most well-planned storylines of any movie you'll find here at Dragon Films, and is definitely Hollywood-caliber material (at least in my opinion, anyway). It is seriously something I would expect to see in a book, in a real movie, in a futuristic myth even. GITS literally has the makings of a timeless story, despite the fact that it takes place in the far future (if you consider 30 years far). Absolutely amazing.

Creativity: *****
What you will see in GITS is pure genius. There's really nothing much else to say. Not only are you treated to an insanely intricate and creative storyline, but you get to witness some of the finest uses of 3DMM's tools to date. It's one thing to be able to build a scene well, but it's another to build a scene that is unique and is set apart from all the other "cool-looking scenes" you see in other movies. GITS is literally in a world all of its own, and every unique detail is perfectly portrayed in a powerful yet subtle enough way as not to distract you from the most critical element of the movie: it's story.

Construction: *****
I have to admit, after watching the introduction sequence to Ghost in the Shell and then seeing the first couple of scenes of the movie, I wondered what the heck happened. There were some obvious problems with the beginning of the movie in terms of construction; heck, within a minute of the movie actually "beginning," there is an instance of a door phasing through some furniture in the room. However, it eventually becomes obvious that this was likely due to the fact that a movie of this complexity and magnitude must have been started a LONG time ago when petty mistakes like that were more acceptable. I say this because the rest of the movie pretty much blows away 99% of all other movies made in the past few years in terms of movie construction, which is quite an amazing feat. Not only does this movie look outstanding, but it is built exactly like a real Hollywood film. I know I have said this about many movies on Dragon Films, but as it stands now, this movie gets my pick as the "Most Cinematic Movie Ever". Going into more detail, the hand-made characters are absolutely tops; they breathe, move, and react even better than the 3DMM Actors do. There is a very distinct mood to the entire film, portrayed by its perpetual use of greys and blacks, which is broken only once or twice in the entire movie. And the camera movement… there just aren't many movies like this at ALL.

Visual Appearance: *****
One thing you'll quickly notice when watching Ghost in the Shell is that Redwampa and Spencer are not afraid of doing absolutely crazy things with 3DMM to get the effects they're looking for. Within the first few minutes of the movie there are more complex lighting effects than there were in most movies of 2003 combined. Now continue this lighting display for the length of this three-part film and you've got yourself an absolutely dazzling film. And that's just mentioning the lighting effects. A lot of times in 3DMM movies, directors will "hint at" what a scene is supposed to look like or what an effect is supposed to be. For example, some movies may make a house interior just out of a few squares, or let you know that this thing is supposed to blow up by putting an Explosio prop there. GITS, on the other hand, constructs the entire room with all its detailed furnishings and lighting effects and will put on some of the most dazzling pyrotechnical imagery ever found in a 3DMM movie. Make no doubt about it; you will forever see 3DMM visuals in a completely different way after watching Ghost in the Shell.

Audio: *****
Ghost in the Shell sports a smorgasboard of musical tunes to enhance the storyline, and throws in some awesome sound effects at just the right times to make it more the better. While some of the voices were sort of eaten by compression, others sounded rather forced and over-scripted, and there was even one scene where the dialogue was still displayed in the movie, the sheer magnitude of aural plusses completely eclipses those shortcomings. I was quite impressed with the marvelous music synchronization in one scene in which the action slows down in accordance to the music, then resumes normal speed, then slows down again without changing tunes. What you get is a very awesome A/V experience that is VERY difficult to do.

Fun to Watch: *****
Perhaps the reason many of my ideas were not very coherent in this review was because it was 3:00 in the morning when I typed it up. I think, however, the real reason is because GITS was that kind of movie that defies "normal" sorts of description. Lots of times you can watch a movie and say "Yeah, that was cool," comment about some of the things you liked about it, and then go on with your life. If you did that to GITS, thought, then you would be terribly insulting the directors. This is a movie that you watch, expecting something good, and come out of dazed and surprised (if not a little puzzled by the ending). You can't really put your finger on what was good about it, because the whole thing just annihilated your brain's ability to make decisions like that. Ghost in the Shell gets my highest of recommendations for download. You definitely won't be disappointed!

Gibberish - What About Bob - 481 KB RAR

Screenshot: Gimmickin's IslandGimmickin's Island
Directed by Mike Swinehart of Mike Swinehart Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 99.9 KB RAR archive
Description:
Gimmickin and his crew get stranded on an island. That's pretty much it... but it's still pretty funny. It's almost like a ripoff of Gilligan's Island.

Girl Falls in Love with Vampire - Unknown director - 66.3 KB RAR

Screenshot: Gloria's TrialGloria's Trial
Directed by Matt Barnes of Evil Movie Maker Company

Score: 14/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 122 KB RAR archive
Description:
A common woman is called upon for a tedious task: to save the world. This is a pretty good movie, except for the whole thing having hard-to-read 3D text for dialogue. The story is good too, but a little hard to find out what the main basis of it is. It starts to get pretty interesting later on, though, and is worth the download.

Screenshot: Going Home Episode 3Going Home Episode 3
Directed by Nick Br and Craig D

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 862 KB RAR archive
Description:
Two kids go on some strange adventures, and they sure are strange. That's about all the movie is: random adventures.


Screenshot: Going Home Episode 4Going Home Episode 4
Directed by Nick Br and Craig D

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 558 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the next episode in the series. Strangely, this one seems to show how this entire story started. But it's still pretty random.


Screenshot: Going Home Episode 5: Going Home In SpaceGoing Home Episode 5: Going Home In Space
Directed by Nick Br and Craig D

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.11 MB RAR archive
Description:
In this episode, our heroes take an ambulance into outer space and oversee the transpiring of some crazy shenanegans, meeting new aliens and modifying their vehicle along the way. Just like the previous episodes, this is totally random in just about every single way.

Going Somewhere - Kyle Ruppel of Sorcerer Productions Limited - 319 KB ZIP

The Goldberg Variations - Yuri Johnson - 46.7 KB RAR

The Golden Girls, Big New House - Jordan Paredes - 271 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Golden Warrior: Episode 1The Golden Warrior: Episode 1
Directed by Craig Couperman of Shinjo SPAR Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 33.3 KB RAR archive
Description:
An inoccent boy gets shot while he's walking through the mall. He is rushed to the hospital and the surgeons try their best to save his life. However, there isn't enough time to get all the necessary life-saving supplies, so they are forced to improvise and use various nearby objects such as pieces of metal. After a few magnetic shocks and a bit of permantent metal infusion, the birth of the Golden Warrior takes place. This looks interesting... however, the first episode is basically the 3DMM version of this description right here. I really hope that future episodes take this intriguing idea and expand on it much more.

Screenshot: Goldilocks and the Three SkeletonsGoldilocks and the Three Skeletons
Directed by Cool Kid of Cool Kid Productions

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 88.2 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a parody of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. It's pretty cheesy, but funny at some points.

Screenshot: Golf with DadGolf with Dad
Directed by Scott Walenty of Walenty Studios

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 509 KB RAR archive
Description:
Golfing with dad can prove fatal at times. Watch this funny flick to find out when so you can prevent it from happening to you.

Screenshot: Goomba 1Goomba 1
Directed by Michael Belfance Read viewer comments (3)

Score: 22/30
St: ***
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG-13
Size: 889 KB RAR archive
Description:
In this movie a "Goomba" gets sucked out of the game Mario Bros. by a device made by Nintendo. After being offended by a commercial for Nintendo's newest game on the tube, Goomba Killers, Goomba goes on a psychopathic rampage to Nintendo Headquarters to get revenge for this needless violence to his race.

Screenshot: Goomba 1 Screenshot: Goomba 1 Screenshot: Goomba 1 Screenshot: Goomba 1

Storyline: ***
Goomba's storyline sure is original, but it isn't too interesting. It's based more upon the cliche shoot-em-up action movies than comedy, and could use at least a few twists and turns (how did the guy at the end come back to life, anyway?).

Creativity: ****
He he... a Goomba... heh. That's original all in itself. Then there is all the wacky comedy thrown into it at the beginning... it sure is unique.

Construction: ****
Every scene in this movie is hand-made, and made well. Most of the aspects of the movie fit together well, but there are a few minor problems here and there which, for the most part, aren't too noticable. It's obvious that lots of time was put into the making of this.

Visual Appearance: ****
Although every scene is made well, the movie was not really made to look the greatest. Walls are blandly-colored, rooms seem to have no corners, and some of the guns look downright cheesy. But other than those, it looks very good.

Audio: ***
Gunshots, Mortal Kombat midis, and a few movie-based voice clips are the main audio points in Goomba... not much else. A more varied amount of sounds and music would be much better on the ears.

Fun to Watch: ****
Goomba is pretty fun to watch the first and second time, but after that it sort of loses its touch. If you let it sit for awhile then come back to it later, though, it's alright. All in all, it's a very worthwhile download.


Screenshot: Goomba 2Goomba 2
Directed by Michael Belfance Read viewer comments (3)

Score: 25/30
St: ***
Cr: ****
Co: *****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 1.30 MB RAR archive
Description:
In Goomba 2, the machine that was used to send Goomba back to the video game world had temporary side effects and Goomba is yanked back into the real world. Instead of just trying to send him back to the video game world again, the people at Nintendo build a mochine to bring another video game character to the real world, which will have the job of killing Goomba. In this case it's ANOTHER Goomba. Get ready to go on a silly spree of fun!

Screenshot: Goomba 2 Screenshot: Goomba 2 Screenshot: Goomba 2 Screenshot: Goomba 2

Storyline: ***
Goomba 2 is definitely better storywise than number 1, but it still is the same basic thing with no real twists or anything. It's good, but not like an epic tale.

Creativity: ****
I'll say! This episode seems to look quite a lot like Goomba 1, just with two Goombas instead of one. There is a really creative use of voices, sound effects, and facial expressions (yes, facial expressions). I loved the Goomba faces!

Construction: *****
The scenes in Goomba 2 aren't awfully complicated, and there are a few minor problems, but I have to give Michael credit for making such good facial expressions on the Goombas. Those are great, and the sounds that go with them are fantastic.

Visual Appearance: ****
Like in the first Goomba, the guns look a bit cheesy and the scenes leave something to be wanted, but the Goombas' hilariousness more than makes up for that. It feels like watching an old-school video game.

Audio: ****
The voices, music clips, and sound effects are all short, but so effective I would give this a six if I could. There's absolutely no way you could see this movie without sound!

Fun to Watch: *****
Goomba 2 is fun to watch because of the Goomba hilariousness (is that a word?), and the great funny clash between Nintendo and Sony. What a silly flick. Good job!

Screenshot: Grand Theft AutoGrand Theft Auto
Directed by David O'Hare of Buckster Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: **
Size: 1.19 MB RAR archive
Description:
True to its name, this movie is all bout grand theft auto, crime, and criminals. If you like watching criminals in action, then Grand Theft Auto is for you.

Screenshot: Grand Theft Auto: The Series 1Grand Theft Auto: The Series 1
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 199 KB RAR archive
Description:
Ewan arrives in Liberty City and immediately gets involved in a gang war. The story for this movie seems quite stretched and it's not all that exciting. Also, this is not the same as Grand Theft Auto by David O' Hare... this is a new series made by another director.


Screenshot: Grand Theft Auto: The Series 2Grand Theft Auto: The Series 2
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 259 KB ZIP archive
Description:
Ewan is back and the Looney Gang has arrived in Liberty City to cause trouble. Ewan, along with some friends, goes to clean up their act. This is the second movie in the Grand Theft Auto series.


Screenshot: Grand Theft Auto: The Series 3Grand Theft Auto: The Series 3
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 210 KB RAR archive
Description:
Ewan is now a big name in Liberty City, and his head is now very expensive. What will people do to try and get him? As a conclusion to the Grand Theft Auto series, I guess it's okay. The whole series didn't seem to interesting, unfortunately. Might as well check it out, though.

Screenshot: Griff vs. KyleGriff vs. Kyle
Directed by Griff and Special K

Score: 15/20
St: **
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.27 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is essentially a fight scene between two seemingly immortal warriors of energy, time, and space. While pure fighting movies usually do not score well on Dragon Films, this movie is a little different. Not only is it rather well made, but it's actually entertaining to watch. Most fighting movies are just mindless killing... in this movie, these two guys seem rather evenly matched. Check it out... if you're not inspired, you'll at least be entertained.

Screenshot: The GrinchThe Grinch
Directed by Spawn & Stavros Films Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.77 MB ZIP archive
Description:
We all remember "The Grinch who Stole Christmas" by good ol' Dr. Seuss. This is the 3DMM-ed up version of it. I don't think it was as good as such a spoof could have been, though, but nevertheless it was alright (how do you make a Grinch in 3DMM, anyway?).

Screenshot: The GuesthouseThe Guesthouse
Directed by Alastair and Trevor of Moonstone Entertainment Read viewer comments (2)

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 582 KB RAR archive
Description:
A man is driving down an empty desert road one night. Eventually, he comes across another man, who is standing alongside the road. He picks up the man, hoping that he can get some friendly company on his long drive. But that is when his night turns into the worst of his life. The Guesthouse is the story of this man's experience at a creepy house in the middle of nowhere. If you put yourself in the shoes of the main character of this movie, I'm sure you would be scared out of your wits. Check out this cool film!

Screenshot: Gustave & Patrick Hit the RoadGustave & Patrick Hit the Road
Directed by Alessandro Venezia

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: *
Size: 2.40 MB RAR archive
Description:
In this movie, Gustave and Patrick do just what the title seems it might try to imply: they hit the road. But why or how do they know each other? And why are they hitting the road, anyway? This is another movie that was eaten by the no-plot wolves. It has spectacular car models, building designs, and action scenes, but all it comes down to is a shoot-all-the-cops movie. Sigh.

Screenshot: Gustave and the Mafia Episode 1Gustave and the Mafia Episode 1
Directed by Scott Smith

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 400 KB ZIP archive
Description:
Just like the title says, this is a movie about Gustave working for the mafia. It's pretty funny, but really short.


Screenshot: Gustave and the Mafia Episode 2Gustave and the Mafia Episode 2
Directed by Scott Smith

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 941 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This is the next episode in the Gustave and the Mafia series. Now, Gutave is on a mission to destroy an airplane. Can he do it? Again, quite short and pretty funny.

Hackers - Stefan - 31.4 KB RAR

Screenshot: Halloween 2001Halloween 2001
Directed by Michael Storch of Mikester Films

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 280 KB RAR archive
Description:
Michael Myers (not the Austin Powers dude) rises from the dead and kills people like he always does. Again, a pretty pointless Halloween movie.

Halloween H40 - Steven Reilly, Steven Jalicy and Fraser Ryan - 160 KB RAR

Screenshot: Halloween IXHalloween IX
Directed by Jordan of Dark Horizon Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 203 KB RAR archive
Description:
Michael Myers arises once again to get revenge. This is yet another mindless killing movie set around Halloween...

Screenshot: Halloween Michael's RevengeHalloween Michael's Revenge
Directed by Michael Storch of Mikester Films

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 2.12 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Michael is mad because he died, so he is going to get revenge one way or another. Uh, yeah... that's about it.

Screenshot: Hamish Gavin's Journey into the Life and Times of Our Modern World 1Hamish Gavin's Journey into the Life and Times of Our Modern World 1
Directed by Hamish Gavin of Shooting Star Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 3.96 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a collection of shorts of Hamish Gavin's adventures in the real world. At least, it might be his real world; I don't think I live in a place where green monsters come out of the toilet and pull you in while you're taking a dump. Several of the clips are humorous, some are random, and all in all it's an interesting trip of 3DMM funkiness. And it includes a techno remix of "The Hampster Dance," be it good or evil…

Happy Tree 1 - Thomas Gallagher of Gallagher Productions - 210 KB RAR

Happy Tree 2 - Thomas Gallagher of Gallagher Productions - 209 KB RAR

Screenshot: Hard to KillHard to Kill
Directed by Spencer Crabb of Falcon Films

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 3.92 MB RAR archive
Description:
A guy named Leon Tracy is a target to be killed by a big mafia boss. Jonny, the boss leader, wants to own the west side of the city and everything that Leon Tracy owns. But Leon Tracy turns out to be a much harder target to kill than he first thought.

Screenshot: The Hatrix 1The Hatrix 1
Directed by Chris Hunter

Score: 7/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: *
Cr: **
Size: 103 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is the first of a series that is going to be based slightly off of the Matrix, but with a twist. The first episode seems to describe how some guy appears somewhere... I'm assuming "The Hatrix". We'll have to see what later episodes have in store for us to get what's going on.


Screenshot: The Hatrix 2The Hatrix 2
Directed by Chris Hunter

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.03 MB ZIP archive
Description:
The next episode of The Hatrix tells us where our main character is, plus what's going on with where he ended up. The whole thing seems to be really shady, though, and definitely nothing like the Matrix anymore!


Screenshot: The Hatrix 3The Hatrix 3
Directed by Chris Hunter

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 869 KB ZIP archive
Description:
Okay... well, the series continues with Episode 3, but I have absolutely no idea where it's going now. This episode is very short, and the bulk of the movie is just long digital music. Maybe you can figure out what's going on


Screenshot: The Hatrix 4The Hatrix 4
Directed by Chris Hunter

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.13 MB ZIP archive
Description:
In this fourth episode we finally get a glimpse at who the bad guy is. By only question is: why? Once again, we have an extremely short flick beefed up by lots of long music files that do little for the movie.


Screenshot: The Hatrix 5The Hatrix 5
Directed by Chris Hunter

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.56 MB ZIP archive
Description:
The "season finale" of The Hatrix ends quite strangely. Our hero brings his friend back to life just to kill him again. Why? Because he's gone evil! And I'm about to go evil trying to figure out where the &*$# this story is going!!

Screenshot: The HauntingThe Haunting
Directed by Josh Byrd of PyroSoft Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 199 KB RAR archive
Description:
The Haunting is an interactive movie in which you control the fate of an adventurer. Your goal is to make it through the haunted house without getting yourself killed. Although it is a cool idea, something I'm sure everyone toyed around with at least one time or another but never really finished, the actual "play" of the movie is way too linear. If you make one wrong move you die. Nevertheless, it's interesting to watch.

Heat with Dad - Scott Walenty of Walenty Studios - 827 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Heaven's Reign Episode 1Heaven's Reign Episode 1
Directed by Rob Badcock of Windreaper Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 168 KB RAR archive
Description:
The first episode of Heaven's Reign introduces most of the important characters in a quest of something; the underlying story is not revealed yet. It begins with Blades, a hitman, who is on an assignment to kill some random nobody for $10,000... but is it really a nobody?


Screenshot: Heaven's Reign Episode 2Heaven's Reign Episode 2
Directed by Rob Badcock of Windreaper Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 124 KB RAR archive
Description:
In the next episode of Heaven's Reign, the storyline unfolds more and new characters are introduced. Will Blades and his companions defeat the man who attacked them in Episode 1?


Screenshot: Heaven's Reign Episode 3Heaven's Reign Episode 3
Directed by Rob Badcock of Windreaper Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 264 KB RAR archive
Description:
With the "nobody" gone, Blades and his gang have to stop some uprising vampire hoarde. The story seems to be fading here from what was started in the first Episode, but maybe it will pick up later. At least, I would hope it does.

Screenshot: Her Destiny Episode 1Her Destiny Episode 1
Directed by Etienne Jospeh Charles of J.c-no

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 493 KB RAR archive
Description:
Her Destiny is the story of a girl that is about to find out her true identity. Through her quest she meets a guy that helps her to succeed. This movie is quite interesting, and I would really like to see how this series plays out. There are lots of good scenes and camera angles, plus nifty motion and action.

HERCS - Parker Hamblin - 30.9 KB RAR

Screenshot: High NoonHigh Noon
Directed by Melrose LetDown of Magnified Productions

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 3.42 MB RAR archive
Description:
High Noon is a quick movie set in the days of the Wild West. It's up to the sherrif to take down a wanted bandit at high noon... who will come out alive? This film is funny and has a rather unexpected twist... be sure to check it out!

Screenshot: Hobo TalkHobo Talk
Directed by Dennis Schock and Russ Stepan of Stepan Entertainment / Shock Films

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.08 MB RAR archive
Description:
Two hobos in an alley reminisce about the good ol' days when they used to have money. Mix in some big-hairy-man voice acting, random teen humor, and a lot of Laffy Taffy and you have this short, funny blurb of a movie that, if you think about it, really makes absolutely no sense at all. But maybe that's the reason it made me laugh.


Screenshot: Hobo Talk 2Hobo Talk 2
Directed by Dennis Schock and Russ Stepan of Stepan Entertainment / Shock Films

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: *****
Size: 3.55 MB RAR archive
Description:
Thought the first Hobo Talk was pointless? Well, here comes Hobo Talk 2! Joe and Ned return, along with some new characters, in the sequel to the amazingly humorous Hobo Talk. In the continuation, our hobo heroes get into the business of making money in the most legal ways possible, and, of course, they share their hobo stories. What happens when they hit the jackpot? What DO hobos do with money, anyway? Man, this movie is absolutely hilarious is a very raunchy sort of way. It's long (about 16-17 minutes), and it's a lot of dialogue, but I personally thought a lot of it was simply golden. Be sure to check out the first episode if you haven't already.

Screenshot: Holy Poop It's ChristmasHoly Poop It's Christmas
Directed by Tuna Hematoma and Qaz of Chott Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 17/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.48 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is the story of a bunch of guys setting up a game of Dungeons and Dragons, but their complete idiocity prevents them from playing sooner. Another hilarious film from Tuna! Download it now!

Screenshot: Hoodlums and HeroesHoodlums and Heroes
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 4.94 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Having just been released from jail, Dirtbag enlists the help of two new gang members and tries to return to his life of crime. But can he succeed in his mission when his two new members are still in diapers? And what about his old gang… will they still support his renegade ways, or are they done with crime for good? CNCW Studios delivers another enjoyable flick in Hoodlums and Heroes, complete with all the cast from previous Dirtbag movies. Dirtbag… you've gotta love him!

Screenshot: A Horror FilmA Horror Film
Directed by Rob Schombs of John Blonnination-Pizza Hut

Score: 5/20
St: *
Sm: *
Co: *
Cr: **
Size: 524 KB RAR archive
Description:
A family stops in a seemingly deserted house to make a telephone call. Cliche you might say... and quite cliche it is. I guess if you're really bored you might want to watch this.

Screenshot: How Santa Ruined ChristmasHow Santa Ruined Christmas
Directed by Will Martin

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 140 KB RAR archive
Description:
Loosely based on Dr. Suess' How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Santa gets fed up with Christmas and goes around ruining things for people. At the end, he repents and learns to true meaning of Christmas. This is a pretty funny movie, definitely worth a see!

Screenshot: How You Make a MovieHow You Make a Movie
Directed by Miles Dahl of M.E.S Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 878 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a tutorial for new 3DMMers on how to make and improve their movies. It shows the stupid example movie, Mummy, and makes corrections to it as it goes along.

Screenshot: Howl For TodayHowl For Today
Directed by Chris Palmer of Explosive Pictures

Score: 6/20
St: *
Sm: *
Co: *
Cr: ***
Size: 307 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is based on a poem which is, thankfully, written at the end. The lack of sound really takes away from the impact of the movie, which could have been much better if a little more time had been spent on it.

Screenshot: Human Version 2.0Human Version 2.0
Directed by Miles Jacob of Pacmate Production

Score: 17/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 3.35 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about a hacker that gets into a secret government organization. Inside he discovers that it has made a machine that can genetically enhance a human. He makes a deal with a crime lord to get it, but instead decides that the prize is too great and that he should try the machine on himself. He breaks in and recieves the powers, but unfortunately for him the head of the organization has power over everything. The hacker then goes after the boss and tries to get his life back. This is a great film! Good animation, cool storyline... download it!

Screenshot: HuntedHunted
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 18/20
St: ****
Sm: *****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 8.67 MB ZIP archive
Description:
In this follow-up to "NELORDWAY: The Death Commandos," a crash-landing plane brings a familiar Iraqi and a suspicious group of visitors to town, throwing Henry Strawberry, Officers Hoffstead and Bongo, and a newly-deputized Robot into a diabolical scheme of international terrorists. All must work together to foil the terrorists and protect the life of an old friend. CNCW Studios comes through yet again with another smashing film with a wonderful story, lovable characters with stellar voices, and superb musical scores. Few movie producers can make movies that come close to matching the quality to release time ratio that CNCW manages to pump out. Highly recommended, especially after first watching Death Commandos.

Screenshot: I Believe I Can Fart!I Believe I Can Fart!
Directed by Michael Storch of Mikester Films

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ****
Size: 197 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a funny version of "I Believe I Can Fly". Very short, but enjoyable... even with the hip new lyrics.

Screenshot: I Know What You Did Last ChristmasI Know What You Did Last Christmas
Directed by Kyle Magocs of Blazer Films

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.00 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a very funny recount of what a man did last Christmas. What did he do? And why does anyone care? Download this movie to find out! And I recommend you do... it's hilarious and a very fun watch.

Ice - Unknown director - 32.7 KB RAR

Ice Cream KILLER - Milo of SwazzaBLADE Productions - 63.6 KB RAR

Screenshot: ICW In Your House: Non Stop part 1ICW In Your House: Non Stop part 1
Directed by Charles Ryland of No Mo Pain Productions

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 230 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the start of a sieres in the wrestling world with over twelve superstars such as Tragity, Lil'C, Julian Rowe, Big Bad Tre, and many more. Most of the music is from WWF and WCW. Join form ringside as Manny takes on Tiku in an off the mat match-up. There's also a Ladder Match For the ICW Championship belt between Lil'c and BBT. This is a pretty good movie with great wrestling special effects.


Screenshot: ICW In Your House: Non Stop part 2ICW In Your House: Non Stop part 2
Directed by Charles Ryland of No Mo Pain Productions

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.22 MB RAR archive
Description:
Manny takes on Big Bruise with TIKU as a special guest referee. The Steel Cage will be in full contact as "The Show Stoppa" Lil'C and the man of 1000 holds Tiger Tisdale face off for the ICW Championship Belt, and it's no disqualification! Again, nice wrestling effects with WWF and WCW music. I myself am not a fan of wrestling, but even for a non-fan like me it's fun to watch.

Screenshot: If Mummies Could SneezeIf Mummies Could Sneeze
Directed by Mason Ward of 1-A-T

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 362 KB RAR archive
Description:
If Mummies Could Sneeze is the first episode of what really happened in the pre-made "MUMMY" movie that comes with 3D Movie Maker. In this episode, the mummy sneezes and then get blown to bits. But that doesn't stop it from taking over human bodies and terrorizing the city.

Screenshot: I'm Alive!I'm Alive!
Directed by ParasiteZZT of Psycho Kitty Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.59 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is basically a small movie that just confirms that Psycho Kitty Productions is alive and is still making movies. Quite funny in many parts.

The In Crowd - Spencer Sult - 528 KB ZIP

Screenshot: The Incredibly Weird Doraemon MovieThe Incredibly Weird Doraemon Movie
Directed by Tucker Hime of Rat Eating Studios

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.25 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie starts out at the pearly gates of Heaven. Bernie the Bully (he spells it Berineey) was one of the world's most evil criminals when he finally died. The Heaven guard won't let him in, so Berineey kills him and goes back to Earth so he can rule it. That is when the battle for Earth begins! This movie is rather bizzare: it is made using all Doraemon props, actors, and sound effects (as in, no normal 3DMM tools at all), and it's told in a way that reminds me of a mix between a silent film, a narrated movie, and... uh, I don't know what. Relatively amusing with some funny jokes and a few nifty battle sequences, this movie is worth a look-see if you have some spare minutes. Oh, and just so you know, the blue robotic cat is Doraemon.

Screenshot: InforedInfored
Directed by Charles Ryland of No Mo Pain Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.15 MB RAR archive
Description:
nfored is undeniably the best cop around. But when a maniac bomber threatens the city just to get rid of the best cop... it's war! Join Infored and Leizyeiez as they bring the maniac Dr. Lame to justice. Or, will it be the other way around?

Screenshot: InstructorInstructor
Directed by Matt Wilson of MTCKE Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 11.6 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a very short, one-joke film, but nevertheless it's quite funny. It's quite different... and you probably won't have a clue what it is until you check this out.

Screenshot: Intergalactic War Episode 1Intergalactic War Episode 1
Directed by Luis Badano of Ban's Enterprises

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.58 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about aliens that come down to Earth after some mysterious explosions take place. The main characters are introduced, and the war begins. Will the humans come out on top?

Intruders - X Production - 646 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Ivory ChroniclesIvory Chronicles
Directed by Matt Barnes of Evil Movie Maker Company

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 464 KB RAR archive
Description:
A girl's brother becomes sick and she must find a cure, but the "cure" causes more trouble than it helps. This movie has a good beginning story and a great idea, but how it ends up is really odd and it's hard to figure out what the ending means. Quite thought-provoking, nevertheless.

Screenshot: IWF - War is Raw 6IWF - War is Raw 6
Directed by Colin Chia

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 5.34 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is an episode of War is Raw, just like you would see it on TV (if it were on TV, that is). Not only does it have cool action, nice scenes, and lots of music, but it also has ads for upcoming movies slyly tucked inside. Heh heh... stylish.

Jack 1: Getting the Mail - Scott Mehaffey of McFlaps Productions - 1.31 MB ZIP

Jack 2: Adios Amigo - Scott Mehaffey of McFlaps Productions - 1.66 MB ZIP

Screenshot: Jack in the MobJack in the Mob
Directed by Matt Thompson of Empty Midgit Productions

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 238 KB RAR archive
Description:
A bartender named Jack witnesses a mob hit, and all of a sudden he becomes swept up in a secret plot to remove to Russian assassins, with him as the center of trap after trap. Can Jack Thompson escape with his life, or will he have to settle for less?

The Jalal Series 1 - Chris Fugere of Speedy Productions - 236 KB RAR

The Jalal Series 2 - Chris Fugere of Speedy Productions - 183 KB RAR

The Jalal Series 3 - Chris Fugere of Speedy Productions - 217 KB RAR

James Bond Take Cover - Unknown director - 1.31 MB RAR

Screenshot: James Bond: Hammer Claw 2James Bond: Hammer Claw 2
Directed by Jacob Burns of Doom Pictures

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.39 MB RAR archive
Description:
007 must go on a mission to find out what Oumorov is up to, clean and simple. Yay. This is a relatively meh 007 movie… slow, not too energetic, and lacking in a real plot. I do have to say that the exploding first aid kit and the gun that shoots out the back were some rather ingenious inventions, though…

Screenshot: James Bond: The Steel Bullet DVD EditionJames Bond: The Steel Bullet DVD Edition
Directed by John Turnham of JT Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 1.19 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is another episode of James Bond. While it looks like lots of time was put into making it, the movie itself is very short, relatively pointless, and basically consists of random killing. The DVD aspect, on which it looks like more time was spent than the actual movie itself, is pretty cool with its scene selection menus and outtakes, but it sort of makes for random confusion later on when you think the movie's over and it's really not. Sort of like it was thrown in a blender.

Screenshot: James Boom 007James Boom 007
Directed by Kyle Winer

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 541 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is just another cheap and corny James Bond spoof with no real point or premise behind it.

Screenshot: Jason the Movie: Just Don't Call Him Fat!Jason the Movie: Just Don't Call Him Fat!
Directed by Gene Thompson of WuTang Pictures

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 2.08 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Some fat guy named Jason wonders why he's fat and starts smacking people. I don't get it.

Screenshot: JDR RevivalJDR Revival
Directed by Daniel Martin of Danimations Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG-13
Size: 17.0 MB RAR archive
Description:
In JDR Revolutions, three teenagers, Jeffrey, Daniel and Rory, went on a quest to eliminate the evil clan known as Perfect Prime. During the heroic battle against them, Rory and Jeffrey were killed before victory was assured; only Daniel remained. Now, in JDR Revival, Daniel (better known as Dominant Dan) takes rest after the struggle against Perfect Prime. Until recently, there have been traces of his rival known as Boundless Ben, and some say he is alive once more to seek vengeance on not only Dominant Dan, but all of Earth itself. Dan, soon after hearing about this, decides to embark on a search for Ben, while trying to keep the Earth safe from whatever damage will soon be inflicted. Will he stand amongst victory, or will he stand amongst doom? Only time will tell. From the guy who brought you JDR Revolutions straight out of left field, get ready for JDR Revival: one of the biggest (yeah, check out the file size, dude) movies of the summer and definitely a classic for the ages. Highly, highly recommended... after you've watched JDR Revolutions, of course.

Screenshot: JDR Revival Screenshot: JDR Revival Screenshot: JDR Revival Screenshot: JDR Revival Screenshot: JDR Revival Screenshot: JDR Revival

Storyline: *****
After getting floored by the randomly wonderful storyline of JDR Revolutions, I really had no idea what to expect when I loaded up this movie. There was all sorts of hype and flame surrounding the movie, so I tried to remove myself from the debate and just enjoy it for whatever it was. I must admit, I was a bit confused as to what the heck was supposed to be going on at the beginning; for a moment, I feared the flames were true and the movie lacked a central plot. As soon as the movie began to pick up speed, though, I was delighted to see that yes, it most certainly had the makings of a wonderful story. If you're looking for random plot twists, you'll get about a bajillion of them in JDR Revival. Even the most mundane things in the movie have relevance to the underlying plot... in a very subtle way. And then just when you think it's over, you realize you're only on scene 443 of 720 (!) and that there's GOT to be more movie coming. Once JDR's story gets going, it doesn't let you off until the very end, which is still a good 40 minutes away or so. Whew!

Creativity: *****
One of the most wonderful things I thought JDR Revolutions posessed was a uniqueness and creativity that came from the director's non-involvement with the 3DMM Community. Certain things are almost EXPECTED in movies when you're part of the Community; therefore, JDR Revolutions was a very welcome breath of fresh air. After Dan got involved in the Community, though, I was unsure whether or not Revival could possibly exhibit that same level of uniqueness. In a way, it did and it didn't. On one hand, it's still got all sorts of out-of-nowhere ideas that will make you go "Ehh, mon, ehh?!?" On the other hand, the movie itself is integrated into the Community quite a bit, thus losing its "one step removed" feel. However, I honestly think this works to the film's advantage. Dan did a very good job of extracting several of the Community's inside jokes and flawlessly inserting them into Revival in a way that actually made sense and made for a very entertaining, unique film. On first viewing you may still think a lot of things are rather cliche. However, watch it again and everything will kind of click (it did for me) and you'll appreciate the creativity that went into the film.

Construction: *****
Well, what do you expect: the movie is almost 50 megs, for crying out loud! And I thought Final Fantasy... the Ultimate Epic was big at 40 megs! Revival has got something a lot of other movies don't have: fluidity. As random as the scenes are sometimes and as quickly as they change (and as many as there are... meep), they all roll into each other amazingly well. Dialogue, music, and actions aren't confined to one area; they slide around the 3DMM universe very professionally, breaking stride only when the possiblity of a comedic interlude presents itself. Revival also has that very desirable quality of "a movie that had a LOT of time put into it." While I can't say all of the scenery was built quite as well as in some other movies (not many, though), you've got to make some sacrifices when the camera is moving around at about mach 6. Don't get me wrong, though: there are very few places in this movie where you'll find scenes that are downright dull. Some at the beginning are a little lifeless, but painful to watch definitely not. And that's an important thing to keep in mind. Scenes need not always look whiz-bang fantastic; they need to be functional, useful, and entertaining.

Visual Appearance: *****
After reading what I just wrote for Construction you may be led to believe that JDR Revival is somehow lacking in its visual quality. If you thought that, heh, I guess I did a better job at erroneously downplaying its graphical mastery than I thought. With almost non-stop, rapid-fire, screen-flashin', CPU-bashin' visuals flying in front of your nose throughout the entire film, by the time it's finally over you may wonder if you strained your pupils by watching it or something. I got so used to the persistent scene-flashes and cross-hatching of textures that in one small segment when cross-hatching was NOT used, I kind of had to do a double-take to make sure my eyes hadn't just blurred everything together. That one scene is possibly the only visual flaw I could really raise a stink about in this movie... but I'm not one to bash a great movie for its one or two insignificant shortcomings. The bottom line is that, no matter how much people downplay graphics in movies, video games, whatever, they usually ARE vital components in an entertaining movie that is built well. Take out the constant explosions and whizzing lines in Revival and it loses part of its charm. Does that mean it is relying on graphics as a crutch to keep it afloat? Heck no. Take the storyline out of your favorite 3DMM movie that people say is "constructed very well" and does that movie fall apart completely? Likely not, because the other aspects of a good movie keep it together. I'm not sure why I decided to rant about all this here, actually. Bottom line (again): Revival looks schweeeeet.

Audio: *****
Finally! A movie that effectively uses a good deal of music from one of my favorite websites, OverClocked ReMix! Not that it's getting a 5 in Audio because of that, but it certainly earns it a truckload of brownie points from me. As is the case with any movie, though, just HAVING good music does not in any way mean it's going to help to improve the movie. Quite the contrary: even the best music can totally ruin a movie if not implemented correctly. However, as you have probably already guessed (since I often bring up this same point in just about all movies with great audio), Revival does a dazzling job at getting the music to fit with the movie perfectly. You've got silly, bubbly ditties when silly things are happening and tense, heart-pounding thrillers when tense things are happening. Throw in some very good voice-acting (which, oddly, doesn't quite match the captions all the time... perhaps that's something that could be fixed in JDR3?), fold with a zillion sound effects, spread on a platter and cook for 45 minutes and you've got yourself one heck of an audio experience. Great job.

Fun to Watch: *****
Sadly, JDR Revival did a good job at raising a big stink about what a "perfect" rating was. I'm not going to complain about what everyone said, but I would like to throw in my two cents. As far as I am concerned, if you think that somebody can ever make a "perfect movie" then you're out of your head. Not only do you have no right to say what perfection is, but you'll be spending all your time looking for stupid little things to complain about and not enjoy the movie at all. JDR Revival gets a 30/30 on Dragon Films not because I think it's the most perfect movie ever made in 3DMM, but because it met (and often exceeded) my expectations of what a "great 3DMM movie" should be. I don't have low standards, and I don't pretend that my words can move mountains. What I do know is that I had an absolutely wonderful time watching this movie, and I must say watching it again only made it better. It's funny, witty, suspenseful, confusing, thrilling, even a little unexpected at times (okay, VERY unexpected at times)... it's one heck of an entertaining flick that I wouldn't mind putting up there on my mental list of "Best 3DMM Movies I've Ever Seen." Many, many congratulations, Dan, on your wonderful job with Revival; you've made a movie that, despite its long run time, is something one could watch time and again and have just as much fun each time. I'm just sorry I couldn't get the review done sooner. ;)

Screenshot: JDR RevolutionsJDR Revolutions
Directed by Daniel Martin of Danimations and Mparritcien Productions Read viewer comments (4)

Score: 20/20
St: *****
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 11.8 MB RAR archive
Description:
Three kids, Jeffrey, Dan, and Rory (hence JDR) go on a quest to destroy a clan known as Perfect Prime to stop it from taking over the universe. Every now and then, a movie will land in my inbox that is so different, so original, so "not the way everyone else does it" that it reminds me why I started Dragon Films in the first place. It's so people can find movies like JDR Revolutions, an absolutely smashing action flick. But it's not just that… there's fantasy, comedy, even a little drama tied in; couple that with a stellar soundtrack (including your favorite Nobuo Uematsu tunes for all you Final Fantasy fans out there) and butter-smooth animation, spectacular scene construction, a lot of inspiration from The Matrix and Diabolical Delightment, and just a tad of complete randomness and you have yourself a TREACHEROUS MONSTROSITY of a movie! This is one of the best movies I've seen in a while; my hat goes off to Danimations for this diamond in the rough. Highly, highly recommended. Note: if you are presented with a blank studio when you open up this movie, you are going to have to copy all of the Doraemon/Expansion Pack files to your C:\Program Files\Microsoft Kids\3D Movie Maker directory. I am not completely sure why this happens (as it implies expansion information is stored in the .3mm file itself), but that's what you have to do in this situation. When you're done watching the movie, simply delete these files.

Jim - Jim Weatherby of Crazy Productions - 480 KB RAR

Jimmy Don't Like It - Unknown director - 32.2 KB RAR

Screenshot: JKTV: Sports BloopersJKTV: Sports Bloopers
Directed by Jakob Klinke of Spam Pictures

Score: 10/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.19 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is interesting: it's like watching TV (hence the name). First you see the commercials, then the real movie. A novel idea, and the bloopers are pretty funny, too.

Joe Pesci Meets Forrest Gump - Joe Pesci - 423 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Joe ZombieJoe Zombie
Directed by Kevin Todte of Target Films

Score: 6/20
St: *
Sm: *
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.50 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Three members of a gang get attacked in a graveyard by a zombie named Joe Rombie. The movie itself is rather weird, but I did find the voice selection to be rather amusing.

John #1… John Bond - Daved Moseley and Thomas Saville of SuperSonic Productions - 196 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Jupiter IV part 1Jupiter IV part 1
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.55 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Adventure-eager American astronaut Beau Fort is caught up in a battle in the war between Earth and the Jupitarians. Who will emerge victorious? And how will the Jupitarians find out how to attack Earth?


Screenshot: Jupiter IV part 2Jupiter IV part 2
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.23 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Beau Fort and an English detective stow aboard the Jupitarian UFO in an attempt to sabotage the alien attack. But their plan doesn't go as smoothy as first imagined… or does it? Will there be a peaceful solution to the interplanetary conflict, or will there have to be bloodshed?


Screenshot: Jupiter IV part 3Jupiter IV part 3
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 4.38 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Beau Fort and Officer McCoy travel to Germany, where Beau and Emperor Gwarth will battle for the future of Earth. Who will win the battle? Will Earth be doomed to be destroyed by the Jupitarians, or will good (or what we think is good, anyway) triumph? This conclusion to Jupiter IV is a very fitting one that goes along with the rest of the series quite well. With lots of great music, voices, and jokes, Jupiter IV is definitely a great series to watch. Another quality series from CNCW Studios! Good work!

Screenshot: Just Like You Imagined DVD EditionJust Like You Imagined DVD Edition
Directed by Mike Johnston

Score: 13/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.55 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a collection of technical shots, conceptual scenes, and random clips from movies that the director has made over the years. Many of them show some rather impressive creativity with the tools 3DMM has to offer (which sometimes do not seem like enough). Impressive work.

Screenshot: Just one StoryJust one Story
Directed by Matt McGowan

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 415 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This is another movie remembering the terrible tragedy that hit the United States of America on September 11, 2001. It is "just one" of the many stories that began (and ended) that day.

Screenshot: The Karate War 2001The Karate War 2001
Directed by Keith LaRose of Star Gazer

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 558 KB RAR archive
Description:
Some karate masters head on over to another karate place to try and take it over. But, to their surprise, they are met by something they were not expecting. Think about some weird kung-fu movies and you'll have something like this.

Screenshot: KarzanKarzan
Directed by Mike Swinehart of Mike Swinehart Pictures

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 69.2 KB RAR archive
Description:
Four hunters search for a creature only known as "Karzan". That's pretty much all that happens.

Screenshot: Keith's Mommy 4Keith's Mommy 4
Directed by Jordan Simpson of Qualix Films

Score: 21/30
St: ***
Cr: ****
Co: ***
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated G
Size: 2.10 MB RAR archive
Description:
In the year 2023 the power of computers and genetics has grown to amazing new lengths. A lady named Nerguana wants to destroy the world with this new technology, and the only way to do that is to take over and control a large space station that was once owned by a man named Kagato. Nerguna's son, Keith, and his friend Jordan have to stop her from doing this before it's too late.

Screenshot: Keith's Mommy 4 Screenshot: Keith's Mommy 4 Screenshot: Keith's Mommy 4 Screenshot: Keith's Mommy 4

Storyline: ***
The storyline of Keith's Mommy doesn't really seem to be anything new. A crazed guy (or in this case old lady) wants to destroy the world somehow or another, but he (she) needs to do some random tasks first. It would have been much more interesting if there was more to it than that.

Creativity: ****
While the underlying plot is relatively stale, there are some unique elements thrown into the mix. Things such as rabbits that explode into spaceships make the movie more interesting. The way some of the scenes are made, too, are pretty unique, such as outside views of the spaceship.

Construction: ***
Keith's Mommy is constructed rather blandly. Scenes are very simple if they are hand-made and very empty-looking if they are premade. Additionally, the voices and music sometimes clash, and the animation between frames seems to "jump" every now and then.

Visual Appearance: ****
Nothing super-stunning here, but not disappointing either. Some handmade scenes do look pretty good (like the organ scene), and other little things existed that gave it nifty visual flair.

Audio: ****
While the music selection in places is somewhat funky, there is a nice amount of quality audio that can be found in the movie. My only gripe is that, like I mentioned before, the voices and music sometimes clashed, so you could only hear one or the other (or sometimes just a mush of noise).

Fun to Watch: ***
I wasn't all too thrilled with Keith's Mommy 4, but at least you are left thinking the next episode could pick up the pace. Having the first three episodes under your belt would probably make sense, but they are not available here for whatever reason. But if you are just looking for something to watch, try this on for size.

Screenshot: Kick the CanKick the Can
Directed by Zachary Dobbels

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.42 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about some children who wish to play a simple neighborhood game known as "Kick the Can". They play the little game but it starts to get very serious. Throw in a ton of Final Fantasy midi files and you've got yourself a humorous movie with a sci-fi sort of feel to it. There's something about it that makes it strangely interesting to watch.

Screenshot: The KiddnapThe Kiddnap
Directed by Josh Byrd of Pyro Soft Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.06 MB RAR archive
Description:
Much as the movie's name implies, "The Kiddnap" is about a kidnap (why there's an extra "d" in there is beyond me). A young girl is kidnapped on her way home from school, and her parents hire a freelance cop to find her. After searching for awhile the cop finds her. But she never makes it back to her parents...

Screenshot: Kids on the RunKids on the Run
Directed by Brian Stefanelli, Alex Stefanelli, and Michael Riley of Brichaelix

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Description:
A couple of kids blow up a baby and are "on the run", as the title explicitly says. This is a very strange movie, but it has some funny moments.

This movie exists on the Dragon Films Mirror server.

Kikky & Sqeak #0000 - Bryn C. Doherty of BD Movies - 323 KB RAR

Kikky & Sqeak #0003 - Bryn C. Doherty of BD Movies - 423 KB RAR

Screenshot: Kill Bongo 1Kill Bongo 1
Directed by James Neumann of JamesArts Ltd.

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 4.56 MB RAR archive
Description:
An alien named (surprise) Bongo has landed on Earth and must be killed. But can it be? This movie has a few funny moments, but the movie in total is pretty lame. Included in this file is Kill Bongo Gold Edition, which is basically a more polished version of the movie.


Screenshot: Kill Bongo 2Kill Bongo 2
Directed by James Neumann of JamesArts Ltd.

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 891 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the next episode of Kill Bongo... nothing much else. It seems to be falling apart here...

Killer Soccer Balls - Nathan O'Brien of Mr Kitty - 29.4 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Knights of CamelotThe Knights of Camelot
Directed by Thomas Saville of Actual Reality Pictures and SuperSonic Pictures

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 7.69 MB RAR archive
Description:
Welcome to world of The Knights of Camelot, a rich fantasy land of high adventure, incredible riches, good friends, and dastardly foes. Join Sir Flodbottom, a brave warrior and former soldier, Jimmy, his eccentric midget friend, and Sir Bugger, a one-armed genius, as they embark on a quest for the legendary treasure of Camelot. SuperSonic Pictures blasts into the foreground once again with this absolutely fabulous movie, one that you simply cannot miss if you value your sense of humor. Smooth, witty, and very lifelike, The Knights of Camelot is an instant classic if I ever saw one. Highly, highly recommended.

Screenshot: The Knights of Camelot Screenshot: The Knights of Camelot Screenshot: The Knights of Camelot Screenshot: The Knights of Camelot Screenshot: The Knights of Camelot

Storyline: *****
Okay, so here's the gist of the story. Sir Flodbottom finds a map to the treasure of Camelot, picks up some sidekicks for the journey, and sets off to find it. Of course, somebody is out to foil his endeavors. Simple, right? Well, actually, that's absolutely right… and that's one of the reasons this movie is absolutely wonderful. Its underlying premise is too weak to really make it on its own; as such, it requires additional stories to help it up, more specifically stories of friendship. And that is what Knights is all about… comradery in the face of adversary, hard times, and, well, unusual circumstances. And funny ones. Such a basic message, portrayed so subtly yet so well at the same time, is one of the many things about Knights that makes it an absolute gem.

Creativity: *****
Creativity in a movie often comes in just one aspect. For example, a director may have a whiz-bang idea of how to make a super-ultra-HOLY-COW realistic explosion, or perhaps there's a neato plot twist that nobody else would ever think of. In these cases, the resulting movie usually revolves around that one aspect; though unique and cool, it's just one aspect. The Knights of Camleot is an example of a well-rounded movie in the sense that there is no clear-cut point at which the film shouts, "Okay, pay attention, this is where my genius comes in!" True geniuses don't need to go around proclaiming it... and Knights truly is pure genius. Several very unique and developed characters populate the film, and they live in a one-of-a-kind fantasy realm somehow stuck in 3DMM. Witty humor permeates this realm, and the little oddities that make life interesting and fun to live are all present. What a deal for just eight megs, huh?

Construction: *****
One of the first things you will probably notice about The Knights of Camelot after you download and open it up in 3DMM is that there are no actors. That's right, none at all. That is because the entire movie is made out of props and 3D words, including the characters. Not only does this allow the movie to take on any shape imaginable (in this case, medieval Camelot), it also allows for infinite creativity in the characters. There are several distinct "types" of characters in this movie, all of which are built exceptionally well and are very lifelike. One of the most wonderful features about the characters are their very humanlike facial expressions. Some are quite obvious while others are quite subtle, but the full range of expressions exist and that calls for some extreme applause. For crying out loud, we even have lip-synching with these cartoony characters, too! Well, that is, if the characters have mouths… otherwise, I suppose you could call it teeth-synching. In any case, one of the things that I was very pleased to see about Knights was that it was not ALL about the handmade characters. That is to say, Tom didn't make a spiffy movie to showcase his neat HMC techniques; he made a movie to showcase his directing abilities, and those abilities encompass a LOT more than just stellar HMCs. While many of the scenes may not be the most visually stunning ones that are possible in 3DMM, the fact of the matter is they are built WELL. This entire movie is built well. Amazingly well. It's one of the most movie-like movies here on Dragon Films.

Visual Appearance: *****
These days there is a lot of controversy over just how much graphics should play into movies, video games, what have you... and 3DMM is no exception. You have people who proclaim that graphics should contribute NOTHING to a movie whatsoever and that if you spend more than five minutes building a scene you should be shot... and then you have people who decide to devote 99.9% of the construction time of a movie to making it look as lifelike as possible, and then stick 0.1% worth of story, characters, music, continuity, etc. etc. into it seconds before you release it to the world. I think The Knights of Camelot is a good film to reinforce the standpoint of this issue that I personally believe in: you make your movie the way it is supposed to be. Sure, Tom could have gone all-out and spent another year adding all sorts of nice eye-candy to the film, and it sure would have made it look a lot cooler. But, in my honest opinion, Knights didn't need much more than it had. While a lot of the texturing was done using cubes and spheres so that you had the default 3DMM shading most of the time, I think that fit the "visual mood" of the movie quite well. Of course, this is not to say the movie doesn't look fantastic anyway. The director's persistence in getting it to look right really, really shows.

Audio: *****
First of all, I must say that the voice acting in Knights was some of the finest I've heard in a long time. Each character has a very distinct voice, both aurally and in terms of their inner character, something that a lot of movies don't manage to pull off. Sound effects were placed and adjusted very well and the choice of music was fantastic, but I really think the place this movie absolutely shines is in the voice acting. Sir Bugger's dry, drab, logical drawl, Jimmy's overenthusiastic chattering, Sir Flodbottom's cool-headed and straightforward assertiveness, King Arthur's maniacal... er, voice. They're all absolutely wonderful. Even the minor and "extra" characters are very well-done; no aural stone was left unturned, if you know what I mean. Heh heh, yeah, that was awful.

Fun to Watch: *****
Back so many years ago when Tom first told me that he was making a movie consisting completely of handmade characters, I was quite impressed. Back then, something of that magnitude was quite unheard of... at least, in terms of the complexity that he spoke of. To be honest, I was skeptical for a little while, and for the longest time I thought the project had been scrapped because I hadn't heard a peep about it for a while. But let me tell you, I'm absolutely thrilled to have had the opportunity to finally watch such a masterpiece. This movie is short enough to watch over and over with your friends, and fun enough to keep you amused as you show it again for the twentieth time. It's paced just like a really good short flick should be paced: it's not an epic crammed into 15 minutes, nor is it a cheesy joke stretched out longer than it's worth. It is The Knights of Camelot, a movie I am glad to add to my mental list of "All-Time Favorite Movies in 3DMM." I highly, highly recommend this film; it appeals to people of all ages, carries a simple, true message, and, gosh dang it, it's a blast to watch. My hat goes off to SuperSonic Productions and Actual Reality Pictures. What an awesome job. Congratulations!

Screenshot: Kotetsu's Great JourneyKotetsu's Great Journey
Directed by Jordan Simpson of Qualix Films

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 1.52 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about a man who steals a very rare computer chip from a large computer company. Fortunately, a fifteen year old girl named Kotetsu might be able to get the chip back, but will she be successful? Watch and see for yourself.

Screenshot: Krazy EnuffKrazy Enuff
Directed by Dave Rekuc of 3rd Dimmension Studios

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 5.02 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie takes a look into the mind of a reckless killing machine. This oppressed black man lashes back at society: when life kicked him in the balls, he was Krazy Enuff to kick back. Random to begin with, random to end with, but oddly enough we go to some rather unexpected places in between. However, I'd still have to classify this as a "pointless action movie" for the most part.

Screenshot: Krypt: Guardian of Air Episode 1Krypt: Guardian of Air Episode 1
Directed by 3DMM Digital

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 173 KB RAR archive
Description:
A prophecy says that a dragon named Krypt will rise one day. In the present day when this happens, two people try to capture it, thinking they will be worshipped. But then the plan goes haywire. While there is some cool dragon modeling here, there is not much else to the movie. It's short, sort of cheesy, and hard to follow. Perhaps later episodes will be longer, more thought out, and planned better.

Screenshot: La Jetee 1La Jetee 1
Directed by Chris Palmer of Explosive Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ****
Size: 50.7 KB RAR archive
Description:
A man volunteers to travel through time to save the world. While the storyline seems pretty basic at first, the way it is presented is pretty unique and interesting.


Screenshot: La Jetee 2La Jetee 2
Directed by Chris Palmer of Explosive Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ****
Size: 76.2 KB RAR archive
Description:
In this next episode of the movie, we get to see the happenings of the main character as he goes through time. This series seems to be getting more interesting…


Screenshot: La Jetee 3La Jetee 3
Directed by Chris Palmer of Explosive Pictures

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 94.1 KB RAR archive
Description:
The final episode in the series, we finally see what the heck our protagonist was seeing all this time. A pretty interesting conclusion to a pretty interesting (and silent) series.

The Lab - Patmaster of Patmaster Productions - 458 KB RAR

Screenshot: Un Ladro Sulla NaveUn Ladro Sulla Nave
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 931 KB RAR archive
Description:
A hero and a thief find themselves lost on an uncharted, forgotten island somewhere out at sea. To make things worse, a tempest is on the way. How will the two coexist on the island?

Screenshot: Lard vs. Boonga 1Lard vs. Boonga 1
Directed by Duncan Paul of Babs IT

Score: 6/20
St: *
Sm: *
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 195 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a spinoff of the "Adventures of Lard" movies. In this first episode, Lard meets Boonga, they disagree a bit, and then fight it out. It's sort of tough to follow this film, and the fighting is sub-par. Eh.


Screenshot: Lard vs. Boonga 2Lard vs. Boonga 2
Directed by Duncan Paul of Babs IT

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 180 KB RAR archive
Description:
After twelve years studying under a warrior monk, Boonga seeks out the Lard to challenge him again. Who will be the victor this time? It looks like there was an attempt at a story here, but not much. Again, so-so fighting.

Screenshot: Larry's OddballsLarry's Oddballs
Directed by LordBlazer of Blazer Films

Score: 7/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: *
Cr: **
Size: 90.6 KB RAR archive
Description:
Larry's Oddballs is essentially a really weird, cheap, corny ripoff of the movie Charlie's Angels. It's not made to well (as with most weird, cheap, corny ripoffs), and you might end up more confused after you watch the movie than before you watch it.

Screenshot: The Last Man StandingThe Last Man Standing
Directed by Evan Strobel and Spencer Crabb

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: **
Size: 8.80 MB RAR archive
Description:
Patrick's father is suddenly and unexpectedly killed by a Chinese gang. Patrick, not about ready to give up his pride, goes to avenge his father's death. This movie is a great cliche action movie: senseless killing, shooting, and blood mixed with cool animation and a horrible storyline. Some of the action scenes got a bit dull to watch after awhile, since that's all there was in the movie. I'd say the no-plot wolves got this one, too.

Late for Work - Kyle Ruppel of Sorcerer Productions Limited - 91.5 KB RAR

Screenshot: Lava StrikesLava Strikes
Directed by Billy Hayden of Cougar Films

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 819 KB RAR archive
Description:
A scientist has created a machine that can produce lava, and a few kids go to test it out. One of them, Jack, accidentally hits a buttun on it that sends the group inside of a volcano. But to their horror, they can't get out of the volcano! Will they survive?

Screenshot: LazerticaLazertica
Directed by Danny Betterman of Betterman Productions

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.58 MB RAR archive
Description:
It's the early 3000s. Another drug ring has hit New York. Big surprise. Anyway, this one is Lazertica, a laser gun that causes your brain to see and hear funny things. It's highly addictive and can cause blindness on a moment's notice and eventually death. Aaron Engleman is a New York police cop. He was just minding his own business one day, until the death of his son convinces him to take down the drug ring permanently. This movie contains quite a few interesting and well-made scenes and storyline twists, and is definitely a movie to check out.

Screenshot: Legend of Evermind - PrologueLegend of Evermind - Prologue
Directed by Josh Brock of Ultima Pictures

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 114 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the prologue to the movie series, Legend of Evermind. An Emperess who has taken over the country, and rebellious groups have formed to stop her. The story revolves around Axark, a young dragoon warrior who searches for his past. He meets many friends, and ends up saving the world. Looks promising.

Screenshot: Lemonade StandLemonade Stand
Directed by Matt Barnes of Evil Movie Maker Company

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 562 KB RAR archive
Description:
A kid selling lemonade for money gets a deal with a drug lord to get some really big bucks, but then gets in trouble when he squanders the druggie's cash. Pretty funny and original!

Screenshot: Leo Sway 1Leo Sway 1
Directed by Denny Betterman of Betterman Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 4.01 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Leo Sway is a superspy like James Bond, but funnier. He must stop the evil Velcro and Joey Jojo with help from Officer Fats and the mysterious, magical Agent Hoo. This is part one in a four-part series.


Screenshot: Leo Sway 2Leo Sway 2
Directed by Denny Betterman of Betterman Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.89 MB RAR archive
Description:
Leo Sway is back! Joey Jojo and the Velcro have again invaded the Museum of Expensive Things, and it's up to Leo to stop them. Unfortunately, the Velcro will find a little something that could end someone's career. What are they going to do? Find out in an old sequel to an old movie!


Screenshot: Leo Sway 3Leo Sway 3
Directed by Denny Betterman of Betterman Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.16 MB RAR archive
Description:
The dramatic conclusion to the first episode is finally here! Agent Hoo must call on Leo Sway one more time to save the Museum of Expensive Things. Joey Jojo and the Velcro are still at it, and this encounter will end it all. Will those two finally be stopped for good? Will our heroes remain safe and happy? Will Officer Fats ever stop being so clueless? Find out in this well-made ending that will leave you laughing for a while.

Lesson 1: Explosions - Unknown director - 20.7 KB RAR

Lesson 2: Weapons - Unknown director - 41.2 KB RAR

Lesson 3: Cars - Unknown director - 216 KB RAR

Screenshot: LezerosLezeros
Directed by Evan Strobel

Score: 16/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 7.55 MB RAR archive
Description:
Lezeros is a movie about the life of crime and the life of the honest. A gang boss comes to realize the true meaning of happiness and friendship though a series of conversations and ordeals. However, what will this sudden change of heart mean to the rest of his gang? Quite an interesting movie, Lezeros will make you think about what is really important in your life. Included in this archive is the Lezeros documentary, where Evan Strobel gives his thoughts about his movie.

Screenshot: Life - The Simple ThingsLife - The Simple Things
Directed by Daniel Piggot of Piggot Films

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 861 KB RAR archive
Description:
This film offers the answer to challenges, problems, and questions: the simple way of overcoming them. Quite outrageous and funny.

Screenshot: The Life and Times of MacbethThe Life and Times of Macbeth
Directed by Shaun Omaid and Sunny Minhas

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 4.39 MB RAR archive
Description:
Originally an english project, The Life and Times of Macbeth is a documentary based on the story of Macbeth by William Shakespeare. It explores many aspects of the story from the three witches prohesizing to Macbeth about being king to the severed head of Macbeth hoisted on a pole. In order for it to make sense, you would need to imagine that the events in Macbeth ACTUALLY happened and wasn't fiction created by the master playwright. This will answer some questions you have about Macbeth and leave you with more. Follow Shaun Omaid (Gustave) on a tour of theories and hypotheses of Macbeth all the way from the castle of Dunsinaine. This program unleashes the secrets of Macbeth's life and explores why he would murder King Duncan. So sit back and follow this interesting documentary.

Screenshot: Life At Any MomentLife At Any Moment
Directed by Jonathan Snell of Little Band Productions

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: **
Size: 1.12 MB RAR archive
Description:
Life At Any Moment is a drama that focuses on the struggles on the life of a man. How can a man that has nothing going for him channel his frustration and sadness in a meaningful way? Or must frustrations take over one's life if they become too heavy to bear? Although this movie is quite short, it's a pretty good drama. It's like something you would expect to see at the end of a soap opera or something.

Screenshot: LifelineLifeline
Directed by Matt Hopper of Tophat Productions Read viewer comments (3)

Score: 23/30
St: ****
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: ***
Au: ***
Fn: ***
Rated PG
Size: 1.42 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about an escaped mental patient, who also happens to be a killer, who goes on a short rampage of mysterious killings. Two police officers are sent to catch the killer and bring him to justice. As the movie progresses, you think you know who the killer is. But then you keep finding out that you're wrong, and everyone double-crosses each other, over and over. The concept is pretty neat, and the killer's voice is really spooky! This is an overall good film.

Screenshot: Lifeline Screenshot: Lifeline Screenshot: Lifeline

Storyline: ****
A nice story idea is present which is carried out quite nicely. It is pretty straigtforward at the beginning, but at the very end you can't be sure about who was working with who, who was working to kill who... it all is really complex for a few moments!

Creativity: ****
I like the fact that this horror movie isn't all just blood and guts... there are some creative elements to it. Making scenes dark, having a very complex killing alliance, and a man dressed in a skeleton costume that talks in a freaky voice are all nifty.

Construction: ****
I think Lifeline was put together well. There are lots of neat scenes, and how the way they are built is simple but good. Everything works together well.

Visual Appearance: ***
Lifeline did look cool, but not as hot as movies like Exodus or Presumed Guilty. Things like the hospital are pretty basic... a box with the word ""Hospital"" on it. If there were some more details crammed in it would look a lot better.

Audio: ****
This movie doesn't have a whole lot of custom sounds or a blazing soundtrack like other movies do, but the sounds that it does have are just good enough to get across its spookiness. That's why it got a 4 instead of a 3... the telephone, the killer's voice, it all sounds like a real horror movie.

Fun to Watch: ****
I liked Lifeline. It was well developed and is very fun to watch. You are kept in wonder until the very end, and even there you wonder if you got everything!

Screenshot: Liquid SunshineLiquid Sunshine
Directed by Jon Barton of Paybox Pictures

Score: 18/20
St: ***
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 2.81 MB RAR archive
Description:
From the maker of Yeti and Squidworth's Halloween Nightmare comes a short comedic drama about a guy in the hospital. While short can be used to describe the film's length, it certainly cannot be used to describe the amount of time spent on it! The movie is set to an interesting monologue told through the eyes of the hospitalized man, and while movies like this have been done before, none have had quite the eccentricity and comedy that Liquid Sunshine portrays. Combined with absolutely superb and slick character animations, wonderful scenes, and voice acting that is top-notch, this movie is definitely worth the download. Recommended.

Screenshot: Little Big PeopleLittle Big People
Directed by Brian Chahley of JuiceBox Films

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.47 MB RAR archive
Description:
Little Big People is a movie about a girl named Natalie Cole who wishes she could be a kid again, so that she could be with her best friend, who moved away when she was young. She gets much more than she wishes for when she stumbles upon a genie named Bob Yohan. Good flick.

Little Girl Go Play - Michael Paredes - 16.0 KB RAR

Screenshot: Living JungleLiving Jungle
Directed by Brad Hibbard of BB Productions

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: *
Cr: ***
Size: 177 KB RAR archive
Description:
Two girls land in a foreign country and their plane is blown up. They run to the jungle for safety but a suprise awaits them. While the beginning of this movie seems quite dull (and actually it is), it sort of starts to pick up later on when weird things start happening. By reading the title, you can probably tell what I mean by "weird things".

Screenshot: Loch NessLoch Ness
Directed by Steve Haigh and Liam Rooke of The Comedy Cousins

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 867 KB RAR archive
Description:
Loch Ness is a short comedy about two guys who are hired by the Loch Ness Tourist Board to capture the Loch Ness monster after it eats a swimmer. Will they capture the beast, or will they be captured themselves?

Screenshot: Logan A's Skit WorldLogan A's Skit World
Directed by Logan A

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 618 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is another movie that is just a collection of small skits. Some of them are okay, some are weird. Overall, it's alright.

Screenshot: Loly PopLoly Pop
Directed by Bionicle Carlson

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 2.90 MB RAR archive
Description:
Three heroes travel to an alien UFO to rescue an abducted fellow Earthling and destroy the invaders. Sadly, it's not entirely interesting and is pretty random.

The Lone Ranger - Matt Barnes of Evil Movie Maker Company - 183 KB ZIP

Screenshot: The Lonely Planet Chapter 1The Lonely Planet Chapter 1
Directed by Moody Blues of Moody Animation Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 18/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.44 MB RAR archive
Description:
On a distant planet, a young girl named Tula has lost her brother, Dylan, to an attack on her village ten years ago. She has nightmares about that attack, and she is still unwilling to talk about it with her cousin Sage and her uncle. One night, after a terrifying nightmare, Tula leaves her uncle's hut in order to try to get rid of her pain. Suddenly, mysterious invaders fly down from the sky and take shots at her. She is stunned and falls to the ground. As she is about to be taken prisoner, something amazing happens. This movie has some absolutely STUNNING facial expressions with the cutom-made characters and is very well made. Download it! Now! Faster!

Screenshot: Lonesome SoulLonesome Soul
Directed by Josh Byrd of Pyro Soft Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 581 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is based on a dream the director had. It's about a young man telling his strange tale of his demise. He takes you through how a trip to some white room changed his way of thinking for the worse, and showed him that he is not loved by anyone. Somewhat like "Life at Any Moment", this movie is a sad, deep, short drama.

Screenshot: Longer TVLonger TV
Directed by Gamemaster of Gamebrothers

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 95.1 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is yet another takeoff of the original Funny Shorts. It has a few funny things in it, but it's really short.

The Lost Puppy - Makenna Davenport of Fury Pictures - 107 KB RAR

Screenshot: Love is a DangerLove is a Danger
Directed by Rohan Green of Snow Man Entertainment

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 966 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about a hitman named Peter. When his girlfriend, Mary, finds out what he does for a job she dumps him. To get her back, Peter decides to kidnap her and take her to an exotic island under the advice of his friend, Travis. But a cop named Jack, Mary's new boyfriend, doesn't want Peter to mess with Mary anymore and goes after him. Who will end up with Mary?

Mad Episode 1 - Martyn Breed of Mart2000 Productions - 129 KB RAR

Mad Episode 2 - Martyn Breed of Mart2000 Productions - 389 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Magic HoldersMagic Holders
Directed by Darren Dahl of Silver Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: **
Size: 741 KB RAR archive
Description:
A guy named Michael is a magic Holder, one of the few people that can use magic. The Magic Holders' ultamate enemy is Thrash. Michael and Kim, which is a Magic Holder too, set out to destroy him. An alright concept, a few cool scenes, but it ends very suddenly.

Screenshot: The Magic Taxi Cab Explores Outer SpaceThe Magic Taxi Cab Explores Outer Space
Directed by John Wedaman Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 249 KB RAR archive
Description:
Some unsuspecting people are about to get a tour of the solar system in a taxicab when all the wanted to do was go two blocks down the street. If you've heard of The Magic School Bus, you'll know what this movie is about.

The Making of a Cuban Cigar - Brian Chahley of JuiceBox Films - 16.3 KB RAR

The Man and Boy Go Pass Through the Big Street - Adam Bronson - 152 KB RAR

Screenshot: Man of My DreamsMan of My Dreams
Directed by Matt McGowan

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.44 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Man of My Dreams is a semi-philosophical movie about dreams and if they really can predict things or not. A woman sees a man in a restaurant that she swears she saw in her dreams, and she talks to one of her friends about it. Short, strange, but somewhat interesting.

A Man of Pain - BigBadBongo2001 of Big Bad Bongo Productions - 379 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Man with the Copper GunThe Man with the Copper Gun
Directed by Aaron Brennan of A.B. Pictures

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 549 KB RAR archive
Description:
A man named Copperfinger has his goons rob a few places in the city. Who will save the day? Agent Double "O" Zero, of course! Some parts of this movie are action-ish, while some are funny-ish. All in all, this movie is so-so.

Screenshot: Maniac VampireManiac Vampire
Directed by Mickazee of Maniac Films

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 193 KB RAR archive
Description:
A vampire goes around killing people for apparently no reason. Yeah, that's about it. What awaits this evil dude when he comes face-to-face with Big Bad Bo?


Screenshot: Maniac Vampire IIManiac Vampire II
Directed by Mickazee of Maniac Films

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 208 KB RAR archive
Description:
Our favorite vampire heads up to the Pearly Gates, but wait… he can't live without his coffin! So instead of resting forever, he just goes back and kills more people for no reason. After seeing the intro, I thought something was actually going to happen in this movie. But, nah.

Manslaughter - Blake Guy of Toxic Films Inc. - 53.1 KB RAR

Screenshot: The Many Deaths of Bongo 1The Many Deaths of Bongo 1
Directed by Simon Broadhead

Score: 10/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 74.0 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a movie about a guy named Bongo who gets killed in some way in almost every scene. Pretty funny!


Screenshot: The Many Deaths of Bongo 2The Many Deaths of Bongo 2
Directed by Simon Broadhead

Score: 11/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 53.9 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the next installment of the series. And like the first, funny!

The Many Deaths of Shaft - Gorosaurus of Gorosaur Industries - 782 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Marc and John’s Many DeathsMarc and John’s Many Deaths
Directed by Videoman of Videoman Studios

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 200 KB RAR archive
Description:
Marc and John are so mad at each other, so they just go and kill each other time and again. Eh, okay… some of the deaths are original and all, but there absolutely is no point to this film whatsoever, which kind of bugs me. That and there's some rather awesome MIDI music in the film, but they keep changing so fast I never get to hear more than ten seconds of my favorite songs. Meh.

Screenshot: MarioMario
Directed by Mike Swinehart of Mike Swinehart Pictures

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 111 KB RAR archive
Description:
Based on the popular Nintendo game "Super Mario Bros.", two plumbers from Brooklyn go down a pipe and end up in the Mushroom Kingdom where they have to save Princess Toadstool from Bowser on Koopa Mountain.

Screenshot: Mario (with Jack Nicholson)Mario (with Jack Nicholson)
Directed by Shaun Winfield of SMW Films

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 276 KB RAR archive
Description:
Jack Nicholson is Mario, based on Mario 2 for NES, but not completley. It starts out looking pretty neat, then sort of cascades into nonsenseness. This is not related to Mario by Mike Swinehart.

Screenshot: The Mario SagaThe Mario Saga
Directed by Hand Made Character of HmC Studios

Score: 17/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 811 KB RAR archive
Description:
One day Toad goes to Mario's House to find that Mario is on vacation. Instead, a stranger precariously named Joe Mario goes on Mario's quest to defeat Bowser. Like some of the other Mario movies on Dragon Films, this movie is pretty much a humorous twist on the classic Mario theme. But the great thing about this movie is the way it was constructed. As in, there are some scenes and characters that look REALLY good… almost just like the real video game characters! Worth the download if only to see the cool character constructions and animations.

Screenshot: Massimox Films: 8 Years of Films!Massimox Films: 8 Years of Films!
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Productions

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 4.74 MB RAR archive
Description:
Now here is a first! This movie is essentially a time capsule, a walk down memory lane, a recollection of everything 3DMM-related that has happened with Massimox Productions since 3DMM first appeared on the shelves. Included are first movies, remakes of those movies, movies that were never sent to online theaters, and previews for new movies to come! I think everybody who watches this will be reminded of their own journey through the world of 3DMM from 1995 to the present day, and will be able to relate to the "timeline of events" near the beginning of the movie. While it's long, I'd recommend this movie to anyone who wants to be hit by some serious nostalgia. Good work, Massimox Productions, and see you at 14!

Screenshot: Massimox Varie ScemenzeMassimox Varie Scemenze
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 10/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 457 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a collection of parodies of the original, pre-made 3DMM movies. Some of them are okay, some are quite cheesy, and so on... like just about all the other movies like this one.


Screenshot: Massimox Varie Scemenze 2Massimox Varie Scemenze 2
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 10/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.14 MB RAR archive
Description:
The second episode in this series has yet more crazy randomness that will push the boundaries of your sanity and concentration. Not much more to say!


Screenshot: Massimox Varie Scemenze 3Massimox Varie Scemenze 3
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 12/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 457 KB RAR archive
Description:
Aaaah! The insanity! And lots of it! Heh. I mean, here's episode 3, based on several Italian films. And long. And funny, too.

Screenshot: The Matrix UncutThe Matrix Uncut
Directed by Mike

Score: 8/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 452 KB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is just a fight between a guy and a robot taking place in a Matrix-like world. While there's nothing really to the movie, some of the attacks are worthy of some recognition. And you'll be wondering what happens at the halfway point of the movie… but you can see that for yourself.

Screenshot: The Max and Antonio ShowThe Max and Antonio Show
Directed by Antonio Savastano and Massimo Carlone of Blasterhister Films and Massimox Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 954 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the first episode in the M&A Show series. It's like watching a television, complete with ads, random talks, and so on. The animation is kind of dated and some of the voices are pretty quiet, but overall it's okay.


Screenshot: The Max and Antonio Show 2: Satellitar WayThe Max and Antonio Show 2: Satellitar Way
Directed by Antonio Savastano and Massimo Carlone of Blasterhister Films and Massimox Productions

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 954 KB RAR archive
Description:
The Max and Antonio Show is back... now on a brand new satellite channel! Well, okay, I guess there really is no difference as far as 3DMM is concerned, but the principle is still there. Like with the first episode, we've got talks and ads and all sorts of goofy things... including Chef Day with Max and Antonio! I think the experiments at the end were quite excellent, too.

Screenshot: McBainMcBain
Directed by Tom Simpson and Marc Kingham of Tom Simpson Productions and Kingham Pictures

Score: 21/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG-13
Size: 3.27 MB ZIP archive
Description:
McBain and his companion Patrick must save the world from the evil McDougle before the director gets too bored! With a few funny jokes and a bizzare evil plot, this movie succeeds in passing the time with a mildly-interesting story.

Screenshot: McBain Screenshot: McBain Screenshot: McBain Screenshot: McBain Screenshot: McBain

Storyline: ***
McBain's plot seems like one that is quite jaded: a bad guy that just happens to be around just happens to pull something off that just happens to be threatening to the world. Then there just happens to be a cop who just happens to be able to stop him, and he just happens to have a sidekick, who just happens to be Patrick.

Creativity: ***
Like I mentioned under storyline, McBain is pretty dry when it comes to uniqueness. It's just another cop movie. However, the way the stereotypical bad guy pulls of his bad stuff is quite funny and interesting.

Construction: ****
While there are several well-built scenes and some interesting effects, like car headlights casting light on a dark road, the action scenes are very slow and choppy. Things seem to go in fast slow-motion, an effect that makes you want to groan (imagine a guy doing a flip in the air at Bullet Time speed, but it's really not supposed to be in slow motion).

Visual Appearance: ****
Not too bad here. There are several cool scenes, and they are built pretty well. However, the drollness of the movie seems to take its toll on how it looks, too. Nevertheless, it's a solid 4-star visual movie.

Audio: ****
McBain has a nice selection of music, but the implementation of it is not well-planned. Voices are mottled, songs cut out at bad spots, and other random quirks bubble up every now and then. Those quirks are all that separates this from another audio star.

Fun to Watch: ***
Cliche comes to mind when I think of this movie. It's been done before... if you've seen one cop-stops-bad-guy movie, you've seen 'em all. In other words, if you're looking for a new movie with lots of new ideas, McBain probably isn't for you.

Screenshot: McZee's Nightmare Clips 1McZee's Nightmare Clips 1
Directed by Sims Odom and Company

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.31 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is about McZee capturing a kid and making him watch some cheap skits he made. It's alright, but the skits tend to go on FOREVER and after awhile it gets really dull.


Screenshot: McZee's Nightmare Clips 2McZee's Nightmare Clips 2
Directed by Sims Odom and Company

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 2.73 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is the second group of clips, where McZee grabs a worker and forces him to watch them. I hate to say it, but it got really annoying after a few of the skits. They are made pretty well, but they get so dull it becomes somewhat of a chore to watch the movie.

Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 1Meako Industries Episode 1
Directed by Aaron Nassau of Imagine Entertainment

Score: 24/30
St: ***
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 1.25 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is sort of a combination of Sacred Sword and Final Fantasy. It's about two kids, Micheal and Randy, who both go out to stop an evil industry, run by Mr. Meako, that supplies electricity to the town but frequently cuts power flow and creates floods just to be mean. Episode 1 introduces the characters and shows how their adventure begins.

Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 1 Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 1 Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 1 Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 1

Storyline: ***
The storyline here is neat, although not the best. It sounds a lot like the Sacred Sword idea, which is great but nevertheless something that has been done before. The characters work together well, although I wonder why they become friends so fast after being total strangers.

Creativity: ****
Episode 1 contains lots of neat ideas, such as mana, a big 5-level industry on long supports, and magical attacks. The theme of the film is like other fantasy series: the good guys go after the bad guys, but I think it's done quite well in this movie.

Construction: ****
This movie is full of handmade things and lots of voice-made sounds. The way it's put together isn't the best, but it gets a good idea across quite well.

Visual Appearance: ****
Although it doesn't have the look of a movie that took months to make, it does look neat, and has lots of interesting (and at times unthought of) camera views.

Audio: *****
It was fun to watch the movie, and I myself couldn't help seeing it once or twice more. Fans of classic fantasy movies will appreciate Meako.

Fun to Watch: ****
I wouldn't want to see it more than once, for it is nothing that you would need to see more than once. If you're into big wars, you might get a little kick out of this.


Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 2Meako Industries Episode 2
Directed by Aaron Nassau of Imagine Entertainment

Score: 24/30
St: ***
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 1.04 MB RAR archive
Description:
In the next episode of the Meako series, the two friends inch higher and higher up to Meako Industries at the top of the tower, and are confronted by more problems. They are finally stopped by an electrical force field, and are forced to hide until a solution can arise.

Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 2 Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 2 Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 2 Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 2

Storyline: ***
The story becomes a little more complicated in this episode as Micheal and Randy escape from the prison, find a surefire way to the top of the tower, and then get stopped halfway. Again... sort of predictable, but still fun.

Creativity: ****
Again, lots of creative ideas. Vehicles, stealing people's uniforms, electrical fields, and dream sequences are a few things you'll find. Aaron has done well in thinking of lots of neat ways to complicate and ease the plot at the same time.

Construction: ****
This one is put together a bit better than the first episode. Everything looks better, and there are a lot more custom props anp scenes. There are also more sounds, characters, and surprises.

Visual Appearance: ****
Like I said above, this episode looks better than the first. It has a neat idea that is shown well, and has lots of good special effects.

Audio: *****
Episode 2 introduces more original sounds. I think Aaron is one of the best at making good-sounding voice-sounds. Aside from those, the midi selection is good and the movie sounds great.

Fun to Watch: ****
This episode is, again, fun to watch. Lots of things happen, and you just can't help but watch it again!


Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 3Meako Industries Episode 3
Directed by Aaron Nassau of Imagine Entertainment

Score: 21/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 665 KB RAR archive
Description:
In this continuation of the series, Micheal learns how to perform magical abilities from Randy, and the two set out up the tower again. But they get caught by some guards and are thrown back into the prison. Still unconscious, the pair awaits their fate…

Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 3 Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 3 Screenshot: Meako Industries Episode 3

Storyline: ***
Meako 2 still has the same storyline as number 1, but this time it gets more complicated when the pair is tossed into the prison. What will happen next?

Creativity: ***
This episode does not have as many creative ideas as the first. There are some neat magic attacks and a cool battle scene with a knight, but other than that not much else.

Construction: ****
Although short, the episode was put together well. The characters interact well, the sounds work with the actons, and everything goes smoothly.

Visual Appearance: ****
Like mentioned above, Episode 2 was short, but it has lots of cool-looking things like the knight and its axehandle flying off, the new magic attacks, and the custom scenery.

Audio: ****
Not as much original audio as before, although the sound is good and the music is neat.

Fun to Watch: ***
This episode is fun, but not necessarily one that would need to be watched twice. Once you see it, you'll be ready to see Episode 3.

Screenshot: Mean Machine Part 1Mean Machine Part 1
Directed by Alex Romero of Al Production

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 4.18 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This is the first part of a two-part movie. At Dreambay City on a sunny day, a big flying saucer comes out of the clouds and fires a neutron beam. With most of the Earth's population obliterated by the blast, there is not much hope for humankind. But an expert martial artist vows to get the aliens off of the planet.


Screenshot: Mean Machine Part 2Mean Machine Part 2
Directed by Alex Romero of Al Production

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 4.78 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This is the conclusion of Mean Machine. Will the Earth be saved, or will the aliens take over forever? Download to find out how it all ends.

Meatloaf - Michael Paredes - 40.6 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Medal of Honor - InvasionMedal of Honor - Invasion
Directed by Nick Greenlee of Greenpeace Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.46 MB RAR archive
Description:
It is June 6th, 1944, and the first wave of Allies are about to land on Omaha Beach in Normandy, France. The mission, Operation Overlord, is to launch a deadly assault at Omaha and make a turning point in this 2nd World War. This invasion is known as D-DAY. This movie is more or less a 3DMM version of that fateful day in Normandy, nothing more and nothing less.

Screenshot: MegamanMegaman
Directed by Brent Norton of MEGABRENTX Films

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.77 MB RAR archive
Description:
For all of you who have played Megaman, this movie is for you. It is basically the 3DMM version of the first Megaman game of the series for one of the greatest gaming consoles of all time, the Nintendo Entertainment System. Megaman and the other robots are completely hand-built, and they look really good. Later on in the movie certain attacks, animations, and scenes get reused and become somewhat repetitive, but all in all Brent was very diligent at making the movie look like Megaman. And he did it quite well!

Screenshot: Memories of a SoldierMemories of a Soldier
Directed by Fredrick Arnoy of Explode Productions

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: ***
Size: 884 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is a short drama about a soldier who is hunted by the memories of World War II. Despite the fact that it runs for maybe a minute or so, its put together rather well. All in all, it's a good show of what war does to people and the world.

Screenshot: MemoryMemory
Directed by DeanSoft Pictures

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 75.3 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a short drama about a man who cannot bear the loss of his wife. Touching music, some cool flashback effects, but it really has little point. The ending text is a little unnecessary too.

Mental - Blake Trio of Redstone Productions - 169 KB RAR

Screenshot: Message - The Joman VersionMessage - The Joman Version
Directed by Joman of Joman Studios

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 217 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a parody of the McZee movie titled "message." In this version, instead of carrying out her mission, something else happens. Apparently someone doesn't like Q19 anymore. Nice sounds and animation.

Screenshot: Messiah Chapter 1: RoboticaMessiah Chapter 1: Robotica
Directed by James Ballard of Ballard Pictures

Score: 10/30
St: **
Cr: **
Co: **
Vs: **
Au: **
Fn: **
Rated PG
Size: 167 KB RAR archive
Description:
A modern-day messiah from Africa has taken a plane to New York to stop a bunch of evil space robots that happen to be invading the planet. The robots are killing and capturing the helpless humans, but the Messiah changes everything. Despite his ugly looks, the Messiah is the best hero in Earth's history! By watching the first episode, however, it doesn't seem like this Messiah has done anything yet... maybe that will change in later episodes.

Screenshot: Messiah Chapter 1: Robotica Screenshot: Messiah Chapter 1: Robotica Screenshot: Messiah Chapter 1: Robotica

Storyline: **
If the description of the movie wasn't sent to me, I would have had no idea at all that the Gustave guy is supposed to be a Messiah that saves the world. But even with the description, you get no background story about the characters or what's really going on... you don't even get to know any of the characters' names!

Creativity: **
A Messiah saving the Earth from space robots is pretty a very cliche idea and isn't that new and unique. Some of the scenes in the movie are somewhat creative, but I can't really put my finger on any at the moment.

Construction: **
Messiah 1 is put together rather poorly. There are hardly any character interactions, hardly any good scenes, and hardly any realistic movements. An airplane taking off like a VTOL? Come on. And when the people in the mall are getting shot, why don't they run away? Why don't they get out of there when the robots pull guns on them?!

Visual Appearance: **
I thought the space robots invading Earth from space scene was pretty cool (like ID4) but after that it was just downhill. There isn't anything to see... everything is pretty much premade and basic.

Audio: *
Sorry, but there are a lot of problems with sound. First of all, footsteps get softer as the character moves farther away (as opposed to staying at the same volume, as they do in this movie), and secondly, more sounds are needed to get the point across that this guy is a Messiah, such as VOICES or TEXT. Blank nothingness does little for anybody.

Fun to Watch: *
I didn't like watching it too much because there is no dialogue to tell you what was going on. Things look really fake, and it just has a blah sort of feeling. I hope Chapter 2 improves greatly.

Screenshot: Metal Gear BobMetal Gear Bob
Directed by The Bob of Tissue Boy Pictures

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 212 KB RAR archive
Description:
Solid Bob has to stop a terrorist group known as WOLF-HOUND, which is planning on launching nukes at targets across the world unless they receive the remains of Big Dawg. What ensues is a rather true-to-the-game adventure of Solid Bob as he goes through the WOLF-HOUND base. Along the way he will run into bosses who sound just like Megaman X Mavericks (Decoy Squid, eh). Interesting and rather fast-paced, although the absolute lack of music was rather bothersom…

Screenshot: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Tanker Episode 1Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Tanker Episode 1
Directed by Sam and James Doyle of Timmy Productions

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 274 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is more or less a 3DMM version of the hit PlayStation 2 game, Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. Basically, if you've played the game you'll know what this is all about. Solid Snake sneaks on board a tanker with a mission to take photos of the new Metal Gear Ray. However, the mission doesn't turn out the way he expected. While not made exceptionally well, this movie does have an MGS feel to it.


Screenshot: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Tanker Episode 2Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Tanker Episode 2
Directed by Sam and James Doyle of Timmy Productions

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 240 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the next episode in the Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Tanker series. In this episode, Solid Snake manages to get by many guards and snap his pictures of Metal Gear Ray. Most of the scenes are satisfactory, however the action scenes are long, drawn out, and very unrealistic. My only question is, why in the world does nobody even notice Snake when he's taking the pictures?! You'll see what I mean when you watch the movie…


Screenshot: Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Tanker Episode 3Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Tanker Episode 3
Directed by Sam and James Doyle of Timmy Productions

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 207 KB RAR archive
Description:
This episode changes things up quite a bit. Not only does the plot do a complete 180 into a direction you'd never expect (unless, of course, you've played the game), but we find that Snake may be in over his head. Watch episode 3 to see what happens.

Screenshot: MetollicoMetollico
Directed by Tommy Pollock of Pollock Films

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.30 MB RAR archive
Description:
Metollico is a movie about one boy's quest for popularity through the one thing he knows how to do best: singing. Will a choir boy ever be able to become a lead in a famous rock group? This movie tells the story in all its unrealistic glory. Time seems to flow rather quickly and the conclusion isn't anything really climactic, but it's an interesting flick nonetheless.

Mike's Spoof - Mike - 20.4 KB RAR

Screenshot: Mikey TVMikey TV
Directed by Mason of Halloween Bunny Films

Score: 10/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 509 KB RAR archive
Description:
Mikey TV is the result when you make some retarted kid the host of his own TV show. If you like retards doing stupid stuff and hurting themselves, or if you like stupid people hurting stuff, you'll like this. If anybody has ever seen The Big Fool in the BOMB Theater you will quickly recognize what this is the "sequel" to. Totally random, yet stupidly humorous.

Milligan's Isle - Royel of Universal Films - 52.7 KB RAR

Screenshot: Mission Episode 1Mission Episode 1
Directed by Jeff Wilken of Futureworks Entertainment Read viewer comments (6)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 4.80 MB RAR archive
Description:
The year is 2898; the dawn of a new century is at hand. The inhabitants of Earth have migrated throughout the galaxy, discovering alien species with implausable technology. A spaceport is soon built, and a king is born and raised, who is the leader of this incredible construction: King Doron of Doron Spaceport. There is another alien race, which is the most technologically advaned in the galaxy... the Stendrins. Now, if they are the most technological race in the galaxy, why not show off and destroy Doron City? So the Stendrins send spies to attack Doron vessels, and slowly the evidence of the secret Doron Spaceport's location is uncovered, and the tranquility of the universe is disturbed. This is a great movie! It even has original MIDI music, something I don't think I've seen anywhere else!

Screenshot: Mission Episode 1 Screenshot: Mission Episode 1 Screenshot: Mission Episode 1 Screenshot: Mission Episode 1 Screenshot: Mission Episode 1

Storyline: *****
Don't be fooled now. Mission starts out looking like a space action shoot-em-up and leave-no-survivors sort of movie, but eventually it spins itself into a complex web of characters, dangers, starships, and evil plots. I have read the script for Mission, most of which is not in the movie, and the script itself would get a ***** anyway... so adding this on top makes it all the better!

Creativity: *****
Really good here! I like the alien-speaking Stendins, the neat cities, and all the cool computer equipment. The characters are well-made, too, and are very well-rounded. Like the king of Doron for example... he's not as invincible as people think!

Construction: *****
Mission 1 looks incredible! The scenes are really realistic and believable, and look... well... really great! A few of the things, like some ships and a car or two, could be made better, but somehow their simplicity makes it all the more realistic.

Visual Appearance: *****
Have you ever stood in front of a firecracker and had it blow up in your face? I haven't, but that's how Mission 1 looks: like a BIG BANG! There are zillions of explosions that can take their toll on your processor in some spots, but they look cool when they're all together and at that magnitude. And the scenes... whew, most of them are hand-made and 99% of those hand-made ones look completely breathtaking.

Audio: *****
Lots and lots of original waves fill this movie (many of which I made ;), and their use is great, if not almost intimidating at times. What makes this movie really stand out in this category, however, is its use of original MIDI music. Jeff Wilken composes his own music, and that's all that is used in the movie. And the music sounds awesome! It kinda makes you want to go and pay the cash to get a MIDI-making program!

Fun to Watch: *****
What a rush. This was really fun to watch, especially if you like space movies or war strategies. Or, of course, if you like great stories or awesome camera views. What's there not to like about this? Why wouldn't you want to watch it again?


Screenshot: Mission Episode 2Mission Episode 2
Directed by Jeff Wilken of Futureworks Entertainment Read viewer comments (6)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 4.92 MB RAR archive
Description:
Stendrin ships are sprinkled throughout the sky, blasting Doron Spaceport into an inconsequential wreck. But King Kepro of the Stendrins seems to have new plans. He finds out that the Doron Spaceport he is trying to overcome is much more than it seems, so why not take it over? A powerful ship, called the "Obliterator" launches from the Stendrin homeworld for reinforcing purposes. It turns out that King Kepro's brilliant plan might succeed; King Doron is falling into the depths of defeat, while the Stendrins triumph their near victory. In a last hope of survival, the spy, Keith, the demanding Doron King, Mallot, and an expertise space pilot, Rolven, blast off from Doron city to find help elsewhere. King Mallot is not happy with this, but it is the only chance. Where will they land? Who will they meet? What are King Kepro Daidron's crafty plans swirling into? Find out, in this mind-boggling sequel in the Mission Series, Mission: Episode Two! And a mind-boggler it is!

Screenshot: Mission Episode 2 Screenshot: Mission Episode 2 Screenshot: Mission Episode 2 Screenshot: Mission Episode 2 Screenshot: Mission Episode 2 Screenshot: Mission Episode 2

Storyline: *****
Many series have trouble keeping the storyline interesting as the thing progresses... not Mission, though! Mission 2, along with its simply phenomenal display of visual expertise, gives you a great storyline which is pretty easy to follow and is full of tricks and deceptions. Whew.

Creativity: *****
If you thought Drugheads or Tellug's Crystal had good ideas, wait till you get here. It was almost an overkill on the amount of truly unique things. The camera angles were superb, gadgets and trinkets were thought of wonderfully, and everything was brand sparkling new.

Construction: *****
A word of warning: If you don't have 400 MHz+ computer, Mission 2 will eat your processor alive. The trinkets and vehicles and everything are just... incredible. I don't know what to say.

Visual Appearance: *****
Panning camera views in complex scenes, ships flying through the air with stars shooting by, gigantic trinkets that shoot missiles... what more can your eyes ask for? Everything in Mission 2 looks completely phenomenal, except for the fact that many things are grey or orange or black... which gets somewhat dull after awhile. But I mean... you wouldn't find flashy reds and pinks on the inside of a huge spinning ship core, now would you? Didn't think so... that's why they're not there.

Audio: *****
Bust out the subwoofer and crank up the speakers... Mission 2 is going to blast the $%!# out of your audio devices with zillions of audio sounds and home-made midi files. There are so many sounds... I was wondering when there weren't going to be any new ones!

Fun to Watch: *****
Um... I've run out of adjectives here. I guess all there is left to say is that Mission 2 is a truly awesome movie, and you've got to be one bad-attitude person to not stare at this movie in awe. Congratulations on a job very well done, Jeff.

Screenshot: The Mission - Special EditionThe Mission - Special Edition
Directed by Tommy E. Jorpeland of TJ Entertainment

Score: 5/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: *
Cr: *
Size: 588 KB RAR archive
Description:
A hostage situation is at hand, and the goverment replies to the threat by sending three men in diffrent qualifications on a mission they'll never forget. While the idea behind the story sounds promising, the movie is laid out quite poorly and is not very fun to watch.

Screenshot: Mission ImpecibleMission Impecible
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.97 MB RAR archive
Description:
Ethal is sent on a mission with his trusty companion Emily Jones. They have to get back a biological disease from the Dodgey Haggis Bumming Bloke. Will he do it? Not the most interesting of stories, but not the most boring, either.

Screenshot: Mission ImprobableMission Improbable
Directed by Tommy Pollock of Pollock Films

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 573 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is apparently a remake of the movie Mission Impossible 5 with a new plot (wouldn't that just make it a new movie, then?). Two guys who meet in a very weird way find out that the world is in danger in an equally weird way. Prime Minister Tony Blair won't do anything to help… so they'll have to save the world themselves! The movie is somewhat interesting in the beginning, but then turns into a random action flick with the most anticlimactic ending I've seen in a long time.

Screenshot: Mission Niner One: The ChameleonMission Niner One: The Chameleon
Directed by Michael Pierce of Mr. P Films

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 601 KB RAR archive
Description:
Mission Niner One is about a person called the "Chameleon" who can change into virtually anything. Unfortunately, this "Chameleon" is using his powers for evil and not for good. So, a group of cops must head out to stop him. This movie is a fine example of old-school 3DMM, back when building custom objects out of props was a really big thing. As the movie progresses, it becomes more of a bizzare comedy film.

Screenshot: Mission: Impossible - The Missions of William GrayMission: Impossible - The Missions of William Gray
Directed by Will Martin

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 968 KB RAR archive
Description:
IMF Agent William Gray and his team must stop terrorists from infecting the world with a potent form of AIDS. Finally, a Mission: Impossible movie that has had some thought put into it! It is pretty well-made and really fun to watch.

Screenshot: Mission: Impossible 5Mission: Impossible 5
Directed by Tommy Pollock Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 1.46 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is apparently the fifth in a series of action films titled Mission: Impossible. In this episode, Gary Pollock tries to kill the evil Giovanni after he lost to him in a fight in the last episode. Unfortunately, none of the previous episodes are here, so if you haven't seen any of them you may get a little lost.

Screenshot: A Moment to Meditate - The IslandA Moment to Meditate - The Island
Directed by Javier Goya of Visho Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 258 KB RAR archive
Description:
Based on an e-mail chain the director recieved, this movie is about an island where all emotions of humankind lived together. One day, something terrible happens... how will the emotions of man interact with each other to save themselves? A very interesting movie, quite heartfelt at the beginning, then less so near the end. All in all, I'd recommend it for a moment to meditate.

Screenshot: Mom's Drunk and Dad's in JailMom's Drunk and Dad's in Jail
Directed by Tuna Hematoma and Pearch Aneurysm of Catch of the Day Films

Score: 16/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.07 MB RAR archive
Description:
A boy relates the tale of his life about his drunk mom and jailbird dad up to the present day. Although it's quite short, it's hilarious! I mean, ROFL hilarious! Download it now!

Screenshot: Mom's Injured and Dad's in Intensive CareMom's Injured and Dad's in Intensive Care
Directed by Tuna Hematoma and Pearch Aneurysm of Catch of the Day Films

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.38 MB RAR archive
Description:
In the third movie of the Mom's this & Dad's that series, Frank and his family are at it again for the third installment of this hilarious series. This time, Frank's parents go on a cruise. As you can tell by the title, the trip ends up much worse than Frank would have guessed. Although it's funny and well-built, Mom's Injured and Dad's in Intensive Care doesn't really match up to the first two in terms of gut-jiggling humor. Perhaps a future episode can change this?

Screenshot: Mom's Sober and Dad's on ProbationMom's Sober and Dad's on Probation
Directed by Tuna Hematoma and Pearch Aneurysm of Catch of the Day Films

Score: 16/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 1.33 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is the sequel to Mom's Drunk and Dad's in Jail, and the laughs are back! This one is just as funny, if not funnier, than the first, and the first one was FUNNY!! Download this movie now!!

Screenshot: Money TrubleMoney Truble
Directed by Jakob Falk of Chocobo Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 173 KB RAR archive
Description:
A guy has the perfect life... a great home, a loving wife, and a good job. But then a money fluke turns his life upside-down. What exactly is this money fluke? Watch to find out! This movie is actually quite interesting, despite its really small filesize.

Screenshot: Monopoly - Microsoft EditionMonopoly - Microsoft Edition
Directed by Itysir Wedaman of Itysir Films

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: *****
Size: 482 KB RAR archive
Description:
A guy is really fed up with Microsoft (or the voices in his head tell him to be), so he takes a stand against Rich Uncle Pennybags himself: Bill Gates. Watch this classic David and Goliath struggle as the Shirtless Astronaut takes on Microsoft. This is a really hilarious film for all you computer buffs like me... I loved it!

The Monster - Emil Lundin - 34.6 KB RAR

Screenshot: Monster MadnessMonster Madness
Directed by MM Co. Read viewer comments (3)

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 262 KB RAR archive
Description:
Jack is drawn into a battle with a crazed scientist to save the world from evil. And... yeah. That's about it.

Mortal Kombat 4 - Eric Kowalczyk of 20th Century Ezza - 164 KB RAR

Screenshot: Mother Goose TheaterMother Goose Theater
Directed by Mike Swinehart of Mike Swinehart Pictures

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 107 KB RAR archive
Description:
Mother Goose relates some magical, violent tales to all the kids. Basically a modern 3DMM representation of all the time-honored (and completely nonsensical) nursery rhymes of yore, complete with blood and people starving to death.

Screenshot: Movie Making DayMovie Making Day
Directed by MoodyBlues and Eric of Moody Co. and Cool Co.

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 674 KB RAR archive
Description:
A fictional class of first graders is assigned to make 3D Movie Maker movies. The results are the finest works of cinema of our time… sort of. These modern classics include "Serch 4 the Tresur", "karate master!!!", and "Spoookey Houwse". I think this is the first movie in which I've said, "THIS IS A TERRIBLE MOVIE!" in the review. And it's true… the movie is just awful. It looks like a bunch of first-graders did it. But that's the reason it's not in the BOMB Theater… this movie is so poorly made on purpose that it's funny. Veteran 3DMMers will get a kick out of all the creative ways MoodyBlues and Eric "ruined" this movie. Definitely an original piece!

Screenshot: Mr. Dumpy in SpaceMr. Dumpy in Space
Directed by Chris Patterson

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.37 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about a fat guy named Mr. Dumpy who goes into space to stop some evil aliens from taking over Earth. The movie opens up with a brilliant, outstanding filmstrip sequence that is so funny this movie could easily be put into the Comedy section. But then it's on to shooting aliens... yea.

Screenshot: Mr. Fisk's Night OutMr. Fisk's Night Out
Directed by Shaun Winfield of SMW Films

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 63.1 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is a quick, old-style movie about Mr. Fisk. There's nothing to it, but it's strangely funny.

Screenshot: Muhammed's Death TaleMuhammed's Death Tale
Directed by Jonathan Cisco of Small Pictures Inc.

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 286 KB ZIP archive
Description:
Muhammad gives you a tour of the world, showing you all the accidents that happen everyday. An alright movie, good for a few laughs.

Screenshot: MUMMY... the ReturnMUMMY... the Return
Directed by William Slade of W.S. Films

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 56.2 KB RAR archive
Description:
This is the scarier version of the 3DMM demo movie, MUMMY. It is nothing more than a simple, and obvious, twist of events. I don't think I even need to mention what happens... you could probably figure it out on your own.

Screenshot: Murder MysteryMurder Mystery
Directed by Bill

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 79.9 KB RAR archive
Description:
A murder has taken place, and all the evidence points to a cop that was on the scene. Is he really guilty? Or is be being framed? Well, that'll just have to remain as one of life's little mysteries... unless you watch this movie, of course.

Screenshot: The Murderer Part 1The Murderer Part 1
Directed by Cyckowski Brothers of Patmaster Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.99 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is rather interesting. I'm not exactly sure what's going on at the moment, but it seems that there is a murderer that is related to a cop going around and killing people. The story is told in a very interesting manner, with lots of funky images, sounds, and… well… "artistic" stuff. I'm not sure all this artistic abstraction is necessary for something that doesn’t seem very immense at the moment, for it just creates confusion. I would like to see where this goes, though.

My New Dad - Bum - 40.5 KB ZIP

Screenshot: N*StinkN*Stink
Directed by Karl Mohler

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.13 MB ZIP archive
Description:
A music video parody of N*sync's "It's Gunna Be Me". Also a good stress-reliever that shows the director's true feelings about the teen band.

Screenshot: N.U.T.S Episode 1N.U.T.S Episode 1
Directed by Planet Productions Read viewer comments (10)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG-13
Size: 5.14 MB RAR archive
Description:
N.U.T.S is a story about a squirrel kingdom that has was overtaken by an evil generations ago. Now that evil has returned, and the squirrel kingdom is in danger of being destroyed! If you think this is just another action movie, think again! This wonderful drama uses hand-made squirrels as main characters, which are extremely well-animated. Throw in an awesome story and an unforgettable soundtrack and you have yourself a superb 3DMM movie!

Screenshot: N.U.T.S Episode 1 Screenshot: N.U.T.S Episode 1 Screenshot: N.U.T.S Episode 1 Screenshot: N.U.T.S Episode 1 Screenshot: N.U.T.S Episode 1

Storyline: *****
NUTS's storyline is great. Squirrels... a squirrel kingdom... whew! It's just like a real movie storywise... and in lots of other categories as well! This will definitely be a fun story to follow.

Creativity: *****
If anyone here has ever seen a movie with the main characters as squirrels please say 'Aye'. [Silence] I thought not. This is one of the most creative films I've seen... only Redwampa could think of something like this!! Man, what a great idea!! Not only are squirrels the main characters, the way they are built is very creative. They're not too complex, but at the same time not so basic that they look like blobs.

Construction: *****
There's no dispute about this 5-star rating here. Everything in this movie is built incredibly well, there is a TON of non-character action (like the squirrel archers... brilliant!!) and AWESOME moving scenes, all seamless and VERY realistic! Phenomenal!

Visual Appearance: *****
You will quickly realize how much time Redwampa put into this movie when you see its awesome visual effects. This movie comes close to defying everything I thought 3DMM could do. Its scenes look fabulous, and the greatness really shows. This has got to be one of the most visually-attractive 3DMM movie out there, and the first one to bring organic character creation to the next level of fluidity.

Audio: *****
You can always count on Redwampa for stellar music and sound... and this movie surely takes the cake! The musical scores are perfectly in sync with the action, and the sound effects are very realistic and great! On top of that, you have great voices for the squirrels... complete with subtitles in case you can't understand squirrel speak.

Fun to Watch: *****
Yep, NUTS sure is a ball to watch. It's funny, sad, scary, intense, and great all at the same time! Though it's not incredibly long, you will love every minute of it. Download this movie now, and start watching a phenomenal series!


Screenshot: N.U.T.S Episode 2N.U.T.S Episode 2
Directed by Planet Productions Read viewer comments (10)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated R
Size: 11.1 MB RAR archive
Description:
The legend of the squirrel empire continues in N.U.T.S Episode 2. The grandfather relates the rest of the sad tale of the fall of their once-mighty kingdom, and then goes back to the castle to do some unfinished and necessary business to erase the mistakes of the kingdom. In the meantime, the evil man behind the terror makes more plots of evilness. What's his plan? With the wild success of N.U.T.S Episode 1 under their belt, Planet Productions has pushed their 3DMM skills to a new level to create another masterpiece!

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Storyline: *****
This movie has the storyline of some of the best real-world movies out there, and has the potential to make 3DMM history here, if it hasn't already! The complexity rises greatly in this episode, and it's just breathtaking how the story is done.

Creativity: *****
Episode 2 really skyrockets in the creativity department. Really really good. The unique scenes of outdoor landscapes look astonishingly believable, the whole concept is incredible, and... argh! I'm out of adjectives to describe this that I haven't used already!

Construction: *****
This just blew my away. I never thought half of the things that went on in this movie were possible to make with 3DMM. Like Squaresoft's Final Fantasy game series did with the Playstation game console, N.U.T.S brings 3D Movie Maker to new heights of 3D computer animation, music, movement, and realism. Four thumbs up (that is, if I had four thumbs)!

Visual Appearance: *****
If you haven't already guessed, this is more than incredible. If you didn't know better, you would think you were actually in this world of squirrels because it's so real and believable. I know I sure did! When the squirrel brothers were walking across the log with a waterfall and forest behind them, I thought I could reach into my computer screen and feel the cool water and the warm sun rays. No other movie to date has ever done that!

Audio: *****
Again, Planet Productions blows you away with awesome musical scores. They do make the file sizes for the movies gargantuan, but without them, the movie wouldn't be nearly as great. And the sound effects, voices, and everything... incredible!

Fun to Watch: *****
Planet Productions has set a new bar on the high jump for 3DMMers. What was done here brings together every single aspect of a real movie, and makes you believe you're there with the characters, and draws you into the story, and makes you hate the bad guys... man!! If this is only the second episode, I don't know WHAT to expect in Episode 3!!

Nakita the Travelar - Joe Anderson of Happy Films Inc. - 85.0 KB RAR

Screenshot: The NegotiatorsThe Negotiators
Directed by Blake Trio of Redstone Productions

Score: 19/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: ***
Vs: ***
Au: ***
Fn: ***
Rated PG-13
Size: 2.33 MB RAR archive
Description:
The Negotiators, a group of three police veteran investigators, are out to stop a drug smuggler named Skopjadonnas who is going to make a lot of money in the illegal drug business. With some high-tech devices and lots of skill, the Negotiators go on their mission.

Storyline: ***
The Negotiators is somewhat like all the other action movies in the sense that it was shooting, cops, drugs, and blood. It is pretty interesting how the storyline actually builds up somewhat (unlike most action movies), but it doesn't ever amount to anything super new.

Creativity: ***
For an action film, this is pretty creative. There was obviously a lot of thought put into this film, such as the names of people and the key story points. The weapons are obviously right out of Goldeneye 007 for the N64, and the flying car is pretty unique.

Construction: ***
There are hardly any custom scenes, and the scenes that are premade have little spice to them. All in all, things are built to get the movie going and not built to look super-realistic, but that's okay. There are some movement problems and the fact that there is too much text to read and not enough time to read it.

Visual Appearance: ***
A few high points, like big explosions, a prison cell, and a flying car, but other than that not anything awfully eye-catching. I think if more time was put into scenery it would have looked better.

Audio: ****
The Negotiators has lots of sound effects which are used nicely, and lots of varied musical pieces which seem to work perfectly with what is going on. I just wish the voices, when they came in, were correct (a wimpy scream for a tough burly man and a deep roar from a woman?!).

Fun to Watch: ***
This movie is pretty long and not exactly something I'd want to see twice in the same day, but after awhile it might get some more value to it enough to watch again.

Screenshot: NELORDWAY: Operation BreakoutNELORDWAY: Operation Breakout
Directed by Ned Carlson and Tony Clay of CNCW Studios

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 5.77 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Henry Strawberry and Carz Mellon tell the true version of the Nelordway gang’s rescue attempt of Frankie and Gus from the horrors of debtor’s prison. Lots of classic CNCW humor, music, and voice acting here, rolled up into a pretty funny action clip. It's interesting how there seems to be the "Real World" and the "3DMM World" in this movie… I don't know if that was intentional, but you'll probably notice it when you watch.

Screenshot: NELORDWAY: Raiders of the Lost EpisodeNELORDWAY: Raiders of the Lost Episode
Directed by Ned Carlson of CNCW Studios

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 6.31 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Raiders of the Lost Episode is all about the quest to regain the first ever recording of the Nelordway Talkshow Mania from the evil leader of Somalia! The gang, including Gus, Frankie, and the indispensable (and grossly underpaid) Andros must deal with many challenges in order to secure what could possibly be the most valuable microcassette tape of all time! This movie, like all CNCW movies, has a great musical score and good-natured humor. It's rather old-school and perhaps a bit anticlimactic, but it does its job: to entertain!

Screenshot: NELORDWAY: The Death CommandosNELORDWAY: The Death Commandos
Directed by Ned Carlson and Tony Clay of CNCW Studios

Score: 17/20
St: ****
Sm: ****
Co: ****
Cr: *****
Size: 12.9 MB ZIP archive
Description:
After Frankie, Gus, and Beachball are kidnapped on a mercy mission to Spain, Henry and Carz set out to rescue them, enlisting the help of two Iraqi brothers along the way. Their journey into the caves of Mount Terremoto leads them to the secret underground workshop of the evil mastermind Venie Gargantua, who has prepared a secret robot army of commandos to infiltrate and take over the leading world governments. Now on their greatest adventure yet, the Nelordway gang must find a way to stop the commandos... and escape with their lives. As usual, CNCW Studios delivers a smashing movie that is seriously fun to watch. The voice acting is still absolutely tops, and the 100% clean humor is a refreshing change from the crude humor we see around us all the time. Recommended.

Screenshot: NEOMAN: The Power of One Episode 1NEOMAN: The Power of One Episode 1
Directed by Thomas Gallagher of Gallagher Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.64 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is a parody of The Matrix, based partially on a book called The Matwix. It starts out rather funny with a very clever intro story, then sort of turns into a battle between Neoman and an Agent that lasts the rest of the movie. Cool music, nice Matrix effects (like with the code), though as for story I can't say much has happened yet. I look forward to seeing future episodes and hope they only get better.


Screenshot: NEOMAN: The Power of One Episode 2NEOMAN: The Power of One Episode 2
Directed by Thomas Gallagher of Gallagher Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.65 MB ZIP archive
Description:
In the continuation of NEOMAN, Neoman gets some news from Morwpheus that some weird stuff is going on in the Matwix, perhaps linked somehow to the Agent he had just killed. It seems like the story is going to take a twist or two here, but promptly after Neoman gets into the Matrix there are just two quick fight scenes with some Agent clones and that's it. Hmm… I liked the Terminator music, anyway.


Screenshot: NEOMAN: The Power of One Episode 3NEOMAN: The Power of One Episode 3
Directed by Thomas Gallagher of Gallagher Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.14 MB ZIP archive
Description:
In this episode we find out that since Neoman destroyed the Smith program, a new program was created in its wake… the SMIFF PROGRAM, with the ability to duplicate itself (a la Reloaded). However, Neoman has a trick of his own… who will win this celestial clash of circuits? Meh, I don't know… it seems to end before any real action can really begin. I'd really like to see future episodes be much longer and have a lot more plot development.


Screenshot: NEOMAN: The Power of One Episode 4NEOMAN: The Power of One Episode 4
Directed by Thomas Gallagher of Gallagher Productions Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 2.56 MB RAR archive
Description:
In the next episode of NEOMAN, we see Neoman and Smiff going at it once again, this time with clones galore and all sorts of stuff. However, there is something else that apparently not even Neoman's clones can defeat. What is it? I guess we'll find out in the next episode. Be forewarned: there is some bug in the middle of the movie that will most likely cause the scene to stop playing, and the only way to advance is to keep hitting the Play button (Next Frame will not advance the animation for some reason). Bugs aside, this episode has some nifty Bullet-Time effects, but still not too much else since it's so short. I'd still like to see longer episodes and more development of the characters… if the intro to the movie is as long as the real movie itself then that's a pretty good sign the movie needs to be longer…

Screenshot: Neon Genesis Evangelion R Episode 1Neon Genesis Evangelion R Episode 1
Directed by Chris Palmer of Explosive Pictures

Score: 10/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: *
Vs: *
Au: *
Fn: *
Rated PG
Size: 134 KB RAR archive
Description:
While humanity's fate is undecided, a girl fights with herself for her own life. One may not get what is actually going on unless he or she has seen the 26-episode anime TV series. Regardless of if you saw the series or not, this movie is pretty dull. There are hardly any audio effects in the movie, and scenes where action is taking place are at a minimum. The majority of the movie is dialogue... and LOTS of it.

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Storyline: ***
I know there is a good storyline behind all of this, but the way it is played out is definitely not interesting. It's more confusing than intriguing, which it shouldn't be. We'll have to see if it picks up in later episodes.

Creativity: ***
Despite the fact that the movie is one extremely long dialogue, it is pretty unique. The ideas used are probably from the anime series, but nevertheless they're interesting.

Construction: *
There are some very basic scenes and a few attempts at complex scenes, but most of them are just black screens with seemingly-random characters talking about seemingly random things. There is nothing else much that could be seen construction-wise... most of the movie is just empty space with some dialogue.

Visual Appearance: *
The title scene looks pretty cool, but after that is just gets lame. Scene after scene of the same thing: blackness and/or talking. Ugh. The only thing that might catch your eye is a psychadelic flashy segment buried somewhere in the movie, but by the time you get to it you'll probably be teetering on the edge of sleep.

Audio: *
This movie would have scored some points for audio if there was actually something to listen to. Just about the only sound that came out of my speakers came at the very beginning of the movie as it played the intro credits. After that, there was absolutely nothing to listen to and keep you awake.

Fun to Watch: *
To tell you the truth, I couldn't watch the whole thing. It is so long with just dialogue and I decided that there are more important things to do, like rate other movies.


Screenshot: Neon Genesis Evangelion R Episode 2 - Asuka Wakes: A New RivalNeon Genesis Evangelion R Episode 2 - Asuka Wakes: A New Rival
Directed by Chris Palmer of Explosive Pictures

Score: 10/30
St: ***
Cr: **
Co: *
Vs: **
Au: **
Fn: **
Rated PG
Size: 139 KB RAR archive
Description:
Asuka wakes from her sleep and finds that she is not going to be the pilot that she thought she was going to be. I think that's what happens…

Screenshot: Neon Genesis Evangelion R Episode 2 - Asuka Wakes: A New Rival Screenshot: Neon Genesis Evangelion R Episode 2 - Asuka Wakes: A New Rival Screenshot: Neon Genesis Evangelion R Episode 2 - Asuka Wakes: A New Rival

Storyline: ***
Well, it is making a little more sense now. It's not as cryptic as the first episode, but there are still so many things left unsaid that it makes for a very confusing, where-is-this-going kind of plot.

Creativity: **
Now that the story is a bit more apparent, one can start to pick up on some unique elements. I can't remember any specific ones, though, since they got lost in my mind when I read the millions of pages of text.

Construction: *
Some of the scenes look pretty nice, but the bottom line is that the movie is not put together well. The endless talking, unbearable pauses, and the lack of any sort of sound make for a poorly made movie in the construction department.

Visual Appearance: **
Again, it looks better than the first episode. An attempt is made to make custom scenes a bit more, but many of them are too basic and are stretched out WAY too long to get any sort of impact on the viewer.

Audio: *
Midi at the beginning, midi at the end, maybe one stuck in the middle. But nothing at all to supplement the text dialogue. No sound effects, either. This movie needs audio. It REALLY needs some audio. Anything. A cricket chirp. Something! Anything!!

Fun to Watch: *
Watching endless dialogue with no music or sound for dozens of minutes is definitely not my cup of tea. I would HIGHLY recommend that the director actually put in some sound and action into the next episode, even if it's just some background midi and a person walking in the background. I understand knowledge of the Anime series is helpful in getting this movie, but nevertheless more time should be put into constructing the movie better and making it more interesting to watch.

Screenshot: Nerds Behaving BadlyNerds Behaving Badly
Directed by Blake Trio of Redstone Productions

Score: 27/30
St: ****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated R
Size: 4.47 MB RAR archive
Description:
Three anti-social people named Dave, Blake, and Michael, are looking for love that they don't need to pay for. Their dreams seem to come true when they meet the girls of their dreams. But their dreams are shattered when they discover that they are dating three socialites, who the nerds extremely hate. On top of that, a three-person gang of idiots called the Cool Brothers is really annoying the nerds. Will they get the women? Will they get revenge on the Cool Brothers? Watch this raunchy comedy to find out.

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Storyline: ****
At first glance, Nerds Behaving Badly seems to be a very raunchy, Tom Green-style flick with no point except to behave badly. However, as the movie progresses, you begin to learn about the characters' background and lifestyle (if you manage to pick it out of all the vulgarity, that is). Then, the movie turns more into a modern-day love story, one that is developed well and is pleasing to watch. Some people may even be able to relate it in some way or another, although probably not in all aspects (well, hopefully not in all aspects). But that's when you really analyze the movie... on the surface, it's a funny, raunchy flick.

Creativity: *****
While the jokes, scenery, and antics of the characters are all unique, I think the aspect of this movie that makes it so creative is the underlying story of an otherwise pointless movie. Not only are these main characters nerds, but they have other problems as well. I won't spoil anything for you... check out the movie and you can see for yourself.

Construction: *****
Most raunchy comedy movies are hastily made and look as if they were thrown together in a matter of minutes. Nerds Behaving Badly, however, has the look of a movie that took a long time to create. Some of the scenes could have looked a lot better, but visual appeal aside it is built quite well. Characters are developed. A plot emerges and becomes complicated. Things happen. This movie is a great mix between a silly joke and a carefully planned story.

Visual Appearance: ****
A lot of time was put into the building of this movie, but it does not have a very huge visual flair. Don't get me wrong... some scenes are built very well and are quite complicated. The texturing on the walls of some scenes is great. However, all in all the movie lacks the big eye-candy quality of some films out there. Some scenes are constructed out of basic pieces, and there are lots of premade scenes that could have looked better if they were hand-made.

Audio: *****
For just about every scene in the movie, there is an audio clip that fits the mood perfectly. Everything from sound effects to music in a hallucination, Nerds Behaving Badly has it down. The movie does use text for dialogue, which some may frown at. I personally think this movie works well with text, for unless the voice actor was an expert, many of these jokes probably would not have come off very well. With text, you can just imagine the people saying them in whatever voice suits you.

Fun to Watch: ****
Without a doubt, Nerds Behaving Badly is a funny movie. A lot goes on, and if you're really into this kind of humor you'll probably end up falling out of your seat laughing. However, it is also a very mature and immature movie at the same time. I would strongly suggest that kids under 12 do not watch it, since it contains very strong language (but fortunately few visuals). At the same time, mature audiences may feel more immature after watching it. But then, of course, you may not... it's all up to you.

Screenshot: The New Dialogue 1The New Dialogue 1
Directed by James Finbow of Fin Films

Score: 10/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 76.8 KB RAR archive
Description:
The New Dialogue is a quick funny film showing three new ways that Melanie's Dialogue movie could end.

New Expansion - Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films - 23.4 KB RAR

Screenshot: New Shoes! Episode 1New Shoes! Episode 1
Directed by Mr. Mong of Punk Productions

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 2.98 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about three guys who like television a whole lot. One day while they are peacefully watching soaps on the tube, bin Laden pops up on the screen and announces to the world that he is taking over television. Instantly, anything cool on TV is suddenly replaced with Big Brother. Not wanting to lose their beloved television, the three guys head to Afghanistan to stop bin Laden's evil plot (although one guy somehow ends up in China). Will they put an end to bin Laden's reign of television terror? Watch New Shoes! to find out! This movie is rather amusing; in fact, some parts are downright hilarious. There are some good spoofs and a lot of funny dialogue. Check it out!

Screenshot: A New Space WarA New Space War
Directed by Jakob Falk

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 64.2 KB RAR archive
Description:
As the title blatantly states, this movie is just another space war. There's nothing really to it... just some sci-fi action and that's about it.

Screenshot: New World CityNew World City
Directed by Matt Cherrington of MGC Productions

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 245 KB RAR archive
Description:
A crime wave is sweeping New World City and only one man can stop the assasination of the mayor: Jonny. Nobody knows who he is, but he is their only hope. Heh, why not?

Screenshot: The Newbie Strikes BackThe Newbie Strikes Back
Directed by Hamish Gavin of Hoax Films

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.19 MB RAR archive
Description:
This true story is about what happens when webmasters don't post newbie films. Well, maybe it's stretching the truth a little, but you get the point...

Screenshot: The NewzThe Newz
Directed by Duncan Paul of Babs IT

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 851 KB RAR archive
Description:
This film is a comedy presentation of the Newz at two past five, with Barry Transex. In today's Newz there is a special coverage of the wonderful topic of DEATH. Be sure you don't miss it! YEAH! Yeah… so it may not be the best movie visually, aurally, or contentwise, but like with other Babs IT movies, there are a few scenes which just tickle me for some funny reason. Weird stuff.

Screenshot: The Next Fantasy Part 1The Next Fantasy Part 1
Directed by Nick Strnad of Crowded Studio Productions

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 373 KB RAR archive
Description:
Paul, an ordinary guy, runs across some cops who have stopped some strange man with odd abilities. This drags him into a long quest of adventure, allies, and magic. I'd like to see how this turns out!

Screenshot: Nightmare on Elm Street 8Nightmare on Elm Street 8
Directed by Stephen

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 54.2 KB RAR archive
Description:
Freddy's back for revenge…

Screenshot: Nightmare RealityNightmare Reality
Directed by Jordan Simpson of Qualix Films

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 347 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie involves about a man named John who sommons Diablos to make his own world. This could lead to horibble conseqences, such as the destruction of the universe! Our hero must stop Diablos in this okay-quality RPG movie.

Screenshot: The NightmaresThe Nightmares
Directed by Craig Davies of AVID Productions

Score: 13/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 5.69 MB RAR archive
Description:
The Nightmares is about a man who keeps on having nightmares about a girl that has been missing for ten years. He gets it into his head that the girl is trying to tell him something, but he doesn't know what or why. As a result, his only daughter thinks he is going mad. As he is outside in his garden to contemplate his dilemma, he finds some human bones. To make matters even freakier, the body of that girl was never found; could those bones be hers? But if so, why were they so easy to find? The man elicits the help of the authorities, and that's when the real horror begins. Here we have a great example of a movie that was thought out pretty well and had a lot going for it, but was somewhat hindered by problematic execution. Nevertheless, this is the best horror flick I've seen in a good while: the music and sound effects really creeped me out at times, and while rushed in places I thought the story was pretty interesting. Worth a look.

Screenshot: Ninja GaidenNinja Gaiden
Directed by Gorosaurus of Gorosaur Industries

Score: 19/20
St: ****
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 4.44 MB RAR archive
Description:
A young man, whose father lost a mortal duel with another ninja, decides it is time to take his revenge on the person that killed his father. With the help of the legendary Dragon Sword, he embarks on his quest of retribution. The frist thing you will notice about this movie is that quite a bit of it is made completely out of hand-made characters. Not only do these characters look spectacular in both their 2D and 3D forms, but their animation is simply tops. It is fluid, lifelike, and so full of action. Combine this with detailed scenery, an interesting storyline, and a kicking soundtrack and you have yourself a very cool film. I particularly loved the facial animation of the characters, whether they were stock 3DMM ones or handmade... simply amazing. My hat goes off to Gorosaurus Industries for making this articulate, well-built, and above all enjoyable film!

Screenshot: Ninja Man 1: Demon GirlNinja Man 1: Demon Girl
Directed by Tom Barrett of Tresspasser Productions

Score: 15/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 658 KB RAR archive
Description:
A ninja comes into a town and begins terrorizing it. It has extremely realistic-looking people and animals, made out of props and 3D words! Definitely worth the download to see the cool graphics and animation.


Screenshot: Ninja Man 2: Cute Furry AnimalsNinja Man 2: Cute Furry Animals
Directed by Tom Barrett of Tresspasser Productions

Score: 15/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 2.47 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Basically the continuation of the first installment. And again... realistic characters (Tweety Bird, Pikachu, and more that look close to what they look like on TV!). If only it had a better storyline it would be a really awesome movie.

Screenshot: No Fears Episode 1No Fears Episode 1
Directed by Evan Strobel

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: **
Size: 3.00 MB RAR archive
Description:
Yet another Patrick-starred no-plot shoot-em-up movie, No Fears is about, uh, well, shooting and killing I suppose. The quote at the beginning of the movie is quite appropriate: "Action is getting boring." Here we have another movie eaten by the no-plot wolves, one that, like all the others, could have been really cool if the director would have just spent a little more time thinking about a worthwhile storyline. Shooting and killing for no reason truly is getting boring.

Screenshot: No Inspiration 1No Inspiration 1
Directed by Jack Playle of UFO Produckshuns

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 2.16 MB RAR archive
Description:
Jack's friend, Ryan, comes over after Jack has blown up his computer, along with Jaxstar. They notice a UFO outside and, of course, decide they need to stop it. With their friends Jon, Chris, Mat, and Peter, they get into an adventure they'll never forget. I'm not sure exactly what is up with this movie... I guess it's just part 1, though. Nice scenes, though some are taken from other movies.

Screenshot: No Slogan No Life 1No Slogan No Life 1
Directed by Steven Bergers of Substance Productions

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 174 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is based on the Megaman comics at www.spritebytes.com. Dr. Light creates 3 sidekicks for Megaman who are interested in nothing but strip clubs (which becomes more apparent in later episodes). In this first episode, Mega, Pharaoh and Gemini must infiltrate Dr. Wily's pathetic base and retrieve a weapon… before they can have any fun. But what they find there is really not what they expected, and neither is what they find when they get home! I'm not sure why the movie was split up into so many "Chapters", but in any case it's mildly humorous and worth a look-see.


Screenshot: No Slogan No Life 2No Slogan No Life 2
Directed by Steven Bergers of Substance Productions

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 283 KB RAR archive
Description:
Dr. Wily hasn't given up yet, and is now threatening to rid the world of the Internet. Obviously, Megaman has to stop him, seeing as Pharaoh and Gemini are busy and Metal was shot. However, the only way for Megaman to stop Dr. Wily is to go into the Internet personally, which won't work due to Dr. Light's crappy computer. Will Megaman ever get in there and stop Dr. Wily? Or will the evil powers of AOL finally spell the doom for the whole world? I was chuckling quite a bit through this movie, partially because I like Megaman, partially because I know the horrors of AOLag (though not personally… I've never used AOL in my life, thank you), and partially because it's funny movie! If you liked the first one, be sure to check this one out too.


Screenshot: No Slogan No Life 3No Slogan No Life 3
Directed by Steven Bergers of Substance Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 142 KB RAR archive
Description:
Dr. Light's got a NEW crappy computer, Gemini's getting paid twice his original wage for the romance scene in episode 2, and Megaman gets to sleep! Can it get better... or worse? Elecman joins the fun, and welcomes Pharaoh with a good flipping-off. Dr. Light (being the absolute genius that he is) creates some device that puts you in the middle of your favorite games, and tests it out on the resisting Megaman! The hilarity continues in this episode, though I don't think it's as good as the previous one. Nevertheless, it's a worthwhile download.


Screenshot: No Slogan No Life 4No Slogan No Life 4
Directed by Steven Bergers of Substance Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 272 KB RAR archive
Description:
Megaman fights his way through the Videogame World (much akin to Videogame Nightmare, it seems), and (after 2 hours) is let out by Dr. Light. Not long thereafter, Dr. Wily escapes from prison (with a spoon and two forks, no less). He and Skullman start off their reign of terror with a couple of lame gags on Megaman. And then....WHAT?! Dr. Light's getting married?! But to whom?

No Use Crying Over Stolen Mitochandria - Roger and Billy - 189 KB RAR

Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 1Noo Noo and Doo Doo 1
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 26/30
St: ****
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 1.87 MB RAR archive
Description:
Noo Noo and Doo Doo are twins who started life off on the wrong foot and build a bad past. Now grown up, they become bored with life and begin to experiment with drugs. Soon thereafter, they become great celebreties. But then their past catches up with them, and their drug craze gets them on the police's hit list.

Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 1 Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 1 Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 1 Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 1

Storyline: ****
This story is quite funny, if not a bit ballistic, and is well-developed. The events from early on tie in well with the events near the end, giving the story a sense of continuity, something many Comedy films fail at. The story is very original, too. Action, comedy, suspense (sort of)... it's all here.

Creativity: ****
Noo Noo + Doo Doo has a lot of really creative, unique, and hilarious ideas and scenes. The unique storyline is great too... who would ever think drug bums could become super-famous superstars? Well, I guess that's not too tough to imagine, actually. And hitchhiking to Mars... what a great, random, almost Simpsons-like idea.

Construction: ****
The increase in 3DMM skill is quite obvious in this movie. Near the beginning of the movie, the quality of the scenes was pretty low: they were blocky, bland, and unimaginitive. However as the movie progressed, the scenes became more complex and pretty neat-looking. Good improvement.

Visual Appearance: ****
Much like the previous category, the appearance of Noo Noo + Doo Doo started out relatively bland but picked up near the end.

Audio: *****
This movie has all the right musical scores and all the right sound effects, all at the right times. Just what a 5-star Audio movie should be.

Fun to Watch: *****
Noo Noo + Doo Doo is a funny, witty, and creative film that I really enjoyed watching. Take the time to download it and you'll get the same kick out of it that I did.


Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 2Noo Noo and Doo Doo 2
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 24/30
St: ***
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 4.51 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Noo Noo and Doo Doo are back, but have finally been caught for all their crimes. Now, under a new government scheme, they must fight all that is wrong with the world. Who will they destroy, and will they succeed?

Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 2 Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 2 Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 2 Screenshot: Noo Noo and Doo Doo 2

Storyline: ***
The storyline of Noo Noo + Doo Doo 2 is definitely not as great as the first episode, but that's not to say it doesn't have its good points. There are even references to the 3DMM world, which some people will catch and laugh at.

Creativity: ****
Never before have I seen a movie where people have to wipe out all that is wrong in the world. That's pretty unique, eh? However, there aren't as many creative elements as the first movie had, which is somewhat of a shame. Nevertheless, you'll find quite a few original ideas in this movie.

Construction: ****
Good actions, good scenes, good construction, albeit some things are made pretty simply. I can't find much, if anything, that is built wrong in this movie, such as handmade scenes having clipping problems.

Visual Appearance: ****
The basic-ness of the scenes, even though they are made very well, sort of gives the film a more simplistic, non-complex look. There are a few really good scenes, like the one in the bathroom, but other than that the overall appearance is not quite the best. I'm not saying it's bad though... it was good, but, again, not nearly as great as the first installment.

Audio: *****
This movie has great voices, music, and sound effects. They are implemented quite well and it is a blast to hear Noo Noo and Doo Doo speak to us. Good stuff.

Fun to Watch: ****
Like I have reiterated many times already, the first episode was a lot better than this one. However, Noo Noo + Doo Doo 2 is still quite fun to watch. It has its share of new ideas, tricks, and techniques that are worth a look-see.

Not Potty Trained at 32 - Daniel Piggot of Piggot Films - 481 KB RAR

The Not So Mortal Kombat - Shaun Winfield of SWM Films - 1.82 MB ZIP

Screenshot: Una Nuova CasaUna Nuova Casa
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Films

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 822 KB RAR archive
Description:
Two friends get a new house and find a ton of crazy things in it, starting with a treasure map. What kind of crazy, funny, and downright weird things will they run into in their new house?

Screenshot: NWWF Saturday Night MayhemNWWF Saturday Night Mayhem
Directed by Billy Hayden of 3D Sports

Score: 9/20
St: *
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 2.00 MB RAR archive
Description:
This film is a wrestling movie with real and fake wrestlers like the Fatties and the Bo's, Tag Teams, XXX, Gangrel, Sgt. Death, Steel, and a special announcer Tiku, from ICW Wrestling. It also includes special appearences by people like Stone Cold Steve Austin. Most of the music is from ICW and the WWF Volume 2 CD. Again, I'm not a big fan of wrestling, but the action is nevertheless pretty cool.

Screenshot: Of Minds and DarknessOf Minds and Darkness
Directed by Andres de la Hoz

Score: 15/20
St: ***
Sm: ****
Co: *****
Cr: ***
Size: 3.12 MB ZIP archive
Description:
A group of criminals steal a load of cash, but who will end up with it? Can they sort out a deal without first destroying themselves? Of Minds and Darkness is another rare action movie that escapes the doom of like movies with no plots. While not super-imaginative, the story is quite interesting to follow (heck, just when you think things are back to normal someone is killed!). Mix this with really good animation and scenes and you have yourself a pretty decent movie.

Screenshot: Off the Cutting Room FloorOff the Cutting Room Floor
Directed by Miles of M.E.S. Pictures

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 3.31 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is a movie where the director compiled a bunch of movies in which he didn't intend on finishing. In most cases there are just clips of the films, because some are still quite long. In between clips he interviews himself about why he abondoned the film.

The Old Lady - Andrew Hrysicos - 39.4 KB RAR

Screenshot: One TimeOne Time
Directed by David Southern of Bluestreak Productions

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.29 MB ZIP archive
Description:
This movie is a music video of a song titled "One Time", performed by the band Earthsuit. Normally, music videos do not get much recognition here on Dragon Films. However, this one is quite a bit different, and even has somewhat of a story to it. Check it out... I'm sure you'll be rather surprised.

Screenshot: Opera of DestructionOpera of Destruction
Directed by GuStAvE of Hellbringin Studios

Score: 15/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.20 MB RAR archive
Description:
Opera of Destruction is about a boy fighting with the demon. As he is killed by the demon he goes back in time to before the battle began; thus he has been fighting the demon over and over and losing. One time, though, he transcends to the time before the planet existed and meets the creator. The creator tells him that his world was to have a hell. However, the boy realizes the demon is from hell, so he tells the creator not to make a hell. The creator acceps, and the boy transcends time once again. What will happen to this infinite time loop, though? Will his problems really be solved? You may have to watch this movie a second time to pick everything up... there's a lot that goes on (sometimes too fast and choppily, though). All in all, though, it is a rather thought-provoking story of time, life, and death. Worth the download.

Screenshot: The OperationThe Operation
Directed by Peanuthead of Peanuthead Productions

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 97.1 KB RAR archive
Description:
A group of terrorists is causing some trouble, and a guy named Patrick gets caught in the middle of one of their crimes. I probably don't even have to say that Patrick ends up busting up their plans. This movie is pretty cliche and predictable, without much memorable meat to it.

Screenshot: Operation: Beach FoxOperation: Beach Fox
Directed by Peanuthead of Peanuthead Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 102 KB RAR archive
Description:
A man must execute Operation: Beach Fox, which is to rescue a captive and destroy an enemy base. Any questions? No? Good. Then be prepared to a short, bland movie.

Screenshot: Operation: DragonfireOperation: Dragonfire
Directed by Trevor Burke of Studio Red Moon Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 3.19 MB RAR archive
Description:
Operation: Dragonfire is about an Alaskan launch facility that gets overtaken by terrorists. The national security advisor sends government agent Christian Bernhardt to stop them, and he has the most intense mission of his life. Combining some old animation with a few new ideas, Operation: Dragonfire makes for another action movie about one single guy destroying entire terrorist cells.

Screenshot: The Orb of Imb Episode 1The Orb of Imb Episode 1
Directed by Juan Crespo

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 65.1 KB RAR archive
Description:
The Orb of Imb is about five orbs which, when combined, can create awesome power. An evil maniac has gotten control of three of the five, and is trying to get the last two. A man now tries to stop him. I hate to say it, but this idea has been used many times before, and as such the movie becomes sort of predictable.

Screenshot: Orbs of the World Part 1Orbs of the World Part 1
Directed by Marcus of Acozi

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 117 KB RAR archive
Description:
Kimberly and other people around the world have been given special orbs with special powers that they need to use to defeat the evil forces that are coming. Some nice old-school special effects, but the transformations take waaay to long to be used as often as they are.

Screenshot: The Other Kingdoms 1The Other Kingdoms 1
Directed by Nathan Betterman of Betterman Productions

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.10 MB RAR archive
Description:
This series is about how long ago humans had to struggle with other kingdoms for supremacy. They had to fight the other elemental kingdoms to dominate the Earth. It is narrated in a unique way, contains several doses of comic relief, and has lots of excellent Squaresoft music in it. While some of the graphics are somewhat shoddily-made, it's definitely a movie for Fantasy lovers to watch.


Screenshot: The Other Kingdoms 2The Other Kingdoms 2
Directed by Nathan Betterman of Betterman Productions

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 925 KB RAR archive
Description:
In the second installation of this series, we get to see the battles that take place between the kingdoms. Like the first, funny parts are thrown in to make for a pretty cool movie.


Screenshot: The Other Kingdoms 3The Other Kingdoms 3
Directed by Nathan Betterman of Betterman Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 0.98 MB RAR archive
Description:
The story continues in the third installment of The Other Kingdoms. Strangely enough, this one seems less interesting than the previous ones have been so far... maybe number four can pick it up a bit.


Screenshot: The Other Kingdoms 4The Other Kingdoms 4
Directed by Nathan Betterman of Betterman Productions

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 0.98 MB RAR archive
Description:
The fourth episode of The Other Kingdoms continues with the storytelling tradition of the previous three, this time revealing the truths behind the loyalties of certiain characters. What will happen when friends are lost, when hope seems to be gone? Find out by watching The Other Kingdoms Part 4!

Ouch! - Eric Bullock - 56.8 KB RAR

Screenshot: Our WorldOur World
Directed by Drew Krause of Compcat Entertainment

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 325 KB RAR archive
Description:
Our World is about the director's and the director's friends' lives, what they do, and how they act. Of course, its a little exaggerated (and by a little I mean a lot), and some of the jokes are inside things that wouldn't really make sense to everyone. It's rather random and is slow in quite a few places, but it's good for a few laughs here and there if you want to watch through it.

Screenshot: Outlaw Commandos 3Outlaw Commandos 3
Directed by Alan Burnett

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 7.25 MB RAR archive
Description:
The Outlaw Commandos, two unruly types who go around killing folks for fun, are always being attacked by Ed the Cop and his henchmen. This movie starts out pretty cheesy, but near the end picks up and turns into an intense action movie that is constructed quite nicely.

Screenshot: PamelaPamela
Directed by Aaron Haynes of Ultima Productions

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG-13
Size: 6.85 MB RAR archive
Description:
Detective Joe Peterson is a detective (careful, that may not be as obvious as you would think). What do detectives do? They solve crimes. But why are Peterson's most recent cases so… odd? Everybody ends up dead, and there seems to be absolutely no motive to the killer's actions. Follow the thoughts of Peterson in this film noir and see if you can solve the mystery before he does! With a visual exactness that only Aaron can deliver and a story that sounds very jaded at first but quickly builds speed, Pamela will keep you guessing, laughing, and dropping your jaw in amazement throughout the duration of the film. Highly recommended.

Screenshot: Pamela Screenshot: Pamela Screenshot: Pamela Screenshot: Pamela Screenshot: Pamela

Storyline: *****
What? Aaron making a detective story? Where is Alternate Vlarion 4? Nah, if I really meant that, I'd just be a bum. Though I was quite surprised to see such a different kind of movie come from Ultima Productions... but then, at the same time, I wasn't. Aaron's got a knack for enthralling stories, no matter what genre he fancies to stick 'em into. In this case, he chose a detective story as the medium to deliver just another bit of his seemingly endless genius. I don't want to describe the story in TOO much detail lest I give away a key clue, for part of what makes this movie fun to watch is trying to solve the riddle of what the heck is going on by yourself. Suffice it to say, the complexity of this mystery will keep you second-guessing yourself until the bitter (and sudden) end.

Creativity: *****
Sometimes I sit back and think about the way I used to write reviews for movies on this rubric system. I'd be like, "EVERYTHING IN THIS MOVIE WAS TOTALLY UNIQUE AND CREATIVE AND VERY ORIGINAL!!!1" Well, maybe I wasn't THAT bad, but looking back, it was pretty silly. However, trying to think of where to even begin talking about the "Creativity" score of this movie brought me right back to those indecisive reviewing days when everything was just so amazingly awesome that I couldn't pin down just what WAS so awesome. So, sorry guys, but I'm going to have to say that everything in this movie was very unique. It employs the most insane lighting effects I've ever seen in any movie, EVER, it's got so many funny gags stuffed in there that you just don't expect whatsoever, and somehow, amidst the insanity, it actually manages to be coherent. I don't know where Aaron comes up with this stuff, but wherever that is, I want to go there. If more movies were as creative in this in terms of teaching a very old dog some very new tricks, we could probably unravel the mysteries of quantum physics or find a cure for stupidity just by using 3D Movie Maker. Insane.

Construction: *****
Dang it... I can feel myself lapsing into the same syndrome that got me in the Creativity section. It's just very difficult to describe something that's so well-made in any other way. At least, it is for me. Let's just say that, to date, this is THE most realistic movie I've ever seen done in 3D Movie Maker. Aaron seems to have thrown the fact that you're extremely limited in what you can make and do with the program straight out the window and went ahead and did things that were once thought to be impossible as if he knew how to do them since 3DMM hit the scene in 1995. Making an incredibly complicated scene fit together seamlessly is something of the past now, and gone are the days of sloppy integration of all of the parts of a movie that make it something great. Aaron's got a knack for perfecting the art of 3DMM to the point of, well, perfection, and Pamela is just a glimpse of what is most definitely in store.

Visual Appearance: *****
I think one of the things my eyes enjoyed most about this movie was the lighting. Oftentimes, because of 3DMM's limitations, lighting isn't even considered at all. Pamela, however, is a movie blanketed in shadows (well, during the night scenes, anyway), and it was the shadow effects that made me have to stop the movie just so I could back up and see them again. As far as I'm concerned, those are the best dark visual effects I've ever laid my eyes on. Aaron showed us in REDUX that he's not afraid of the expansion textures; in Pamela, he flexes his muscle a little more and whips up a texture-rich world that, like I mentioned before, is more lifelike than anything I've ever seen in 3DMM. Want to see how a drunk guy walks? Or how about a chalk outline that looks like it was an actual photo taken from a crime scene? When I saw the last few scenes of the movie, I was completely breathless... did he just do what I thought he did? Yeah. Holy fake.

Audio: *****
Being the kind of movie Pamela is, one thing that could have made it an absolute disaster would have been a poor voice actor for the main role, and, actually, almost the only voice you hear for the duration of the entire movie. Fortunately, Aaron picked a very good voice actor for the part, and now I couldn't imagine the movie any other way. There weren't too many sound effects, but the ones that were used were very lifelike and... well, similar to the ones we're all used to, but different at the same time. The music fits with the movie very well, too; again, if you were to stick in some other music I'd say, "No, that doesn't sound right. Put it back to the way it was."

Fun to Watch: *****
In about 32 hours from the time of this writing, I will be boarding a plane to Chicago which will connect me to a Boeing 747-400 that will take me to Tokyo, Japan. The last thing I should be doing is sitting around watching a movie... much less watching it twice. Despite the tight time budget I'm in right now, I called my brother over so he could watch it with me as I fired it up a second time. A movie has got to be REALLY good if it's going to make me watch it twice when I've got to pack up and leave the country in less than two days... and that's exactly what Pamela did. I wouldn't have believed it would, but it did. And watching it a second time around was just as amusing as the first time, if not moreso because I was more aware of the subtle jokes that are dotted around throughout the film. I remember Aaron's first movies he sent to me back in the days and how I had to watch them several times because I loved them so much; now, years later, I find myself doing the same thing with Pamela. Thanks, Aaron, for keeping the 3DMM world entertained with your genius and always teasing us with even more fabulous things to come. I can only imagine what kind of insanity you will have unleashed by the time I return from Japan. My hat goes off to you, my friend. You kick mad booty.

The Park - Unknown director - 199 KB RAR

Patmaster Combat - Patmaster of Patmaster Productions - 148 KB RAR

Screenshot: Patmaster Gets Trapped in Doraemon LandPatmaster Gets Trapped in Doraemon Land
Directed by Patmaster of Patmaster Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 876 KB RAR archive
Description:
Patmaster Gets Trapped in Doraemon Land is a movie about… well… a guy named Patmaster getting stuck in Doraemon Land. Aside from being totally random slapstick, this movie is full of raunchy humor that in some places is unusually out of place. Then there's an… um… interesting ending that has nothing to do with the movie. I agree with a statement the movie made, "Patmaster Productions: Redefining the word pointless."

Screenshot: Patrick and Gustave on the ChasePatrick and Gustave on the Chase
Directed by Ryan Cook of Ryan Cook Productions

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 143 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is about some really bad guy that is a stone cold killer, and eventually gets into Gustave's house and shoots him. Then Patrick resurrects Gustave and they both go after the bad guy to get revenge. Again, this movie seems to be another uninspired action flick.

The Perfect Boat Ride - Danny T of Danny Productions - 3.20 MB ZIP

Screenshot: Perfect DarkPerfect Dark
Directed by David Renne of Pimp Productions

Score: 19/20
St: ****
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 14.1 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is a film loosely based off of the video game, Perfect Dark. The plot surrounds a secret military defense mechanism, located on the moon, that gets overrun by the Datadyne. But somehow Joanna Dark gets involved and has to use her skills as a spy to help save the planet. This movie is a whopping 30-some minutes and an unheard of 400 scenes and comes full of a zillion and one sounds from the video game. I had many mixed feelings while watching it: on one hand, it's a so-so action movie with a somewhat predictable plot and scenes that are less than perfectly created. On the other hand, it's a very well-built movie with a lot of extremely unique features to it. There are a lot of very unique, "experimental" types of camera movements, scenes, and props, and they all look really cool. It's just they don't look as "refined" as some other movies. But what it really comes down to is that this movie is a good accomplishment. A lot of time went into it, a lot of unique ideas were implemented without fear of looking less than perfect, and it all came nicely together in the end. If you have the time, I highly recommend watching this movie if only to see some of the amazing ideas the director came up with.

Screenshot: Perfect Dark 2: The Sisters of Chaos Episode 1Perfect Dark 2: The Sisters of Chaos Episode 1
Directed by Hardedge of No Production

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: **
Cr: ***
Size: 144 KB RAR archive
Description:
Terrorists from the Followers of Chaos have tken over Nohtuo City, and Joanna Dark is called in to stop them. Along the way she meets the Sisters of Chaos with strong magical powers, runs into henchmen out to stop her, and even finds allies along the way. While this has little to do with the Nintendo 64 video game Perfect Dark, it's relatively interesting. Almost in the realm of Fantasy/Sci-Fi.

Peter Griffin Rap - Kevin Todte - 342 KB ZIP

Pinocio - The Way It Really Happened - Martyn Breed of MBM Productions - 538 KB ZIP

Screenshot: PixelPixel
Directed by Thierry Lacombe

Score: 14/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 622 KB RAR archive
Description:
A guy is caught in a plane wreck and finds himself in Pixel Mansion. There, an insane maniac tries to stop him from getting out by using odd robots. This movie has awesome hand-made scenes, great special effects, and nicely animated robots. The drawback is that it's short and has no storyline I could find.

The Plane Escape - Xavier of Binc Inc. - 127 KB ZIP

Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 1Planet Productions Quicky 1
Directed by Planet Productions

Score: 16/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: ***
Vs: ***
Au: ***
Fn: ***
Rated G
Size: 184 KB RAR archive
Description:
Planet Productions Quicky is a really quick movie (hence the name!) that stars Rat'epole the Rat. He goes out to try to stop Lord Balord's evil plots from destroying a town. Will he do it? Or will poor Rat'epole get smashed by Balord's forces of evil?

Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 1 Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 1 Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 1

Storyline: ***
Relatively out of line for Planet Prodctions, the storyline in this movie seems to be quite basic with very little actually happening. This is most likely caused by the fact that this episode is extremely short, hence its name.

Creativity: ***
Again, not the best Planet Productions has to offer, but Quicky does have its unique points. For one thing, the main character is a rat. An secondly, Rat'epole is so gosh dang tiny and Balord is so immensely huge... you can probably draw up some interesting conclusions from that observation.

Construction: ***
The saloon was nice, inside and out, but that's about it for custom things, aside from single-frame screenshots. In general, however, the movie is built acceptably well, and won't cause you to gouge out your eyes.

Visual Appearance: ***
Eh, well, not a whole lot to say here. There are several scenes that look nice, but unfortunately the movie is too short for them to actually amount to much. Quick really means quick, I suppose.

Audio: **
Little music, a few sound effects, and just a scant handful of voices. Once again, definitely not Planet Productions' best.

Fun to Watch: **
Again, eh. It was alright to watch the first time, but because it's so short and there's so little that goes on (I think the beginning and ending sequences take up about as much time as the actual movie itself), it's not that fun to watch again.


Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 2Planet Productions Quicky 2
Directed by Planet Productions

Score: 20/30
St: ***
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: ***
Au: ***
Fn: ***
Rated PG
Size: 705 KB RAR archive
Description:
Rat'epole continues on his quest to stop the evil Lord Balord. What kind of mayhem will he get into this time?

Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 2 Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 2 Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 2

Storyline: ***
Like the first part, this episode's storyline isn't incredibly detailed. It's still a little unclear how a teeny rat can stop the massive Lord Balord, and why Rat'epole is doing it in the first place is still undefined.

Creativity: ****
This episode is a bit more creative than the last. You get drawn into some suspense when Rat'epole begins telling some creative story; alas he never finishes it. How sad. The ticket purchasing scene is quite unique, too.

Construction: ****
This one's built pretty well. Irregardless of its short length, again, Planet Productions Quicky 2 is still nicely done. It could be better, though, and a 4 star here is sort of stretching it.

Visual Appearance: ***
Again, not the best eye candy, but the film gets its point across. The train looks nice, and the carts the stewardess and janitor pushes around, though really basic, for some reason look like they're very well made.

Audio: ***
Some music is implemented in this one, and the way it fits in is pretty neat as well. And it's still funny how Mr. Rat'epole talks... I just can't get over it. There's also a story here in voices before the end of the movie... it's funny, and the people sound great and really real, but I can't figure out what it has to do with anything. But this is an audio section, so I won't get into details about something else.

Fun to Watch: ***
Better than the last, but again not the best. There are a few funny parts that warrant a return, but aside from that it's pretty straightforward and easy to remember.


Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 3Planet Productions Quicky 3
Directed by Planet Productions

Score: 23/30
St: ****
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Description:
In episode 3, Rat'epole joins up with a couple of "friends" to find a long lost love. The whole storyline is completely twisted here, and it seems that Balord has been all but forgotten in a crisis that occurs...

Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 3 Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 3 Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 3

Storyline: ****
Like stated above, Quicky 3 completely changes the story around. Rat'epole becomes a passive character, and the main characters become a singer and the old fat guy in episode 2. This "new" plot, though, seems to be very well thought out... you never know what will happen next. I wonder how this sudden change will affect the rest of the series?Just like Quicky 3 changes its focus from Rat'epole to some other characters, it also turns from slapstic humor over to drama. Why? I don't know, but this turn sure is creative. And the things in the movie are unique as well... who here has turned the mall into a concert stage before?

Creativity: ****
Just like Quicky 3 changes its focus from Rat'epole to some other characters, it also turns from slapstic humor over to drama. Why? I don't know, but this turn sure is creative. And the things in the movie are unique as well... who here has turned the mall into a concert stage before?

Construction: ****
Pretty good here. Quicky 3's build could be better, but sometimes subtleness makes more of an impact than extravagant scenery. A lot of the scenery and quite a few props are rather simplistic, but the simplicity makes it look rather nice.

Visual Appearance: ****
The scenery is simple, but it looks so real. Why, again, is a mystery to me, but it just... does. Everything just looks nice.

Audio: ****
The voices are good, although soft, and the music choices are just fascinating. Planet Productions sure knows where and how to get good music to use in their movies. It's about time they did it for Planet Productions Quicky!

Fun to Watch: ***
This one is better than the other two in some aspects, but not as good in others. Depending on what you like and don't like in a movie, this film's replay value will fluctuate.

This movie exists on the Dragon Films Mirror server.


Screenshot: Planet Productions Quicky 4Planet Productions Quicky 4
Directed by Planet Productions

Score: 20/30
St: ***
Cr: ***
Co: ****
Vs: ***
Au: ***
Fn: ***
Rated PG
Size: 931 KB ZIP archive
Description:
In this episode, Rat'epole turns to his only allies left to stop Lord Balord: his rat friends in the sewers. Promising food if they succeed, Rat'epole leads the gang of rats to Balord's prison with a goal to release Bob and Jimbo... only to find that Jimbo is into an evil alliance with Balord! This episode is short, but pretty funny. It also really turns the tables on what you think the story will end up as!

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Storyline: ***
Quicky 4 takes the original story of episodes 1 and 2 and mixes it with the new changes found in episode 3. However, little else is added to the story, since the majority of this episode consists of rats attacking guards. Not bad, and in fact it's pretty downright hilarious that a bunch of rats are whippin' jail guards' butts. The storyline really twists at the very end when Jimbo suddenly takes off his mask...

Creativity: ***
While the mixing of the storylines was implemented well, little much else pulls this movie away from some pointless action movie. Oh well.

Construction: ****
Quicky 4 was put together pretty nicely. Although the scenes are somewhat less than believable, their simplicity once again seems to add to the humor of the whole movie.

Visual Appearance: ***
The sewer looked real and so did the jail, but other than that there wasn't that much eye candy. It is somewhat boring to see the same shaded walls over and over again, but like I just said the simplicity sort of gives it a nice twist.

Audio: ****
The voices are great, and the music choices are funny. Especially when the rats are leaving the sewers… I love it.

Fun to Watch: ***
Hmm... I don't know. You could watch it a time or two again to see all the funny rat stunts, but it's so short that you really couldn't forget what happened if you tried.

Screenshot: Pokemon Blue Act 1Pokemon Blue Act 1
Directed by Brent Norton of MEGABRENTX Films Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 11/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 1.48 MB ZIP archive
Description:
Chris Blue starts his Pokemon adventure. The first Act begins to introduce some of the plot, but I have no idea where it will end up going. I suppose we'll find out soon enough.


Screenshot: Pokemon Blue Act 2Pokemon Blue Act 2
Directed by Brent Norton of MEGABRENTX Films Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 1.80 MB RAR archive
Description:
Chris Blue continues his adventure and battles his first gym leader. Some funny moments, some cool sci-fi attacks, and better animation than the first.


Screenshot: Pokemon Blue Act 3Pokemon Blue Act 3
Directed by Brent Norton of MEGABRENTX Films Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 12/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 1.39 MB RAR archive
Description:
Chris Blue heads on to the next town and the next Gym Leader. Not much storyline development can be found in this episode, but there are some cool new Pokemon figures.


Screenshot: Pokemon Blue Act 4Pokemon Blue Act 4
Directed by Brent Norton of MEGABRENTX Films Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 13/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ***
Size: 1.38 MB RAR archive
Description:
Chris Blue's journey is interupted and takes a turn for the worse. There are some pretty cool battles in this movie, and the whole series seems to be picking up here and becoming more interesting.


Screenshot: Pokemon Blue Act 5Pokemon Blue Act 5
Directed by Brent Norton of MEGABRENTX Films Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 14/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 697 KB ZIP archive
Description:
Chris Blue awakens and tries to figure out where he has been taken. This Act has many great scenes and characters. This is getting really interesting!


Screenshot: Pokemon Blue Act 6Pokemon Blue Act 6
Directed by Brent Norton of MEGABRENTX Films Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.32 MB RAR archive
Description:
Chris must stop Team Rocket from stealing the Light House Pokemon, Ampharos. Not much storywise in this episode, but, as always, there are some cool Pokemon battle scenes.

Screenshot: Police Quest 3Police Quest 3
Directed by Joe McShane of Joe McFilms

Score: 11/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 199 KB RAR archive
Description:
After evading the cops for years, the infamous Lowman finally is caught and thrown in prison. But no sooner is he thrown in than he escapes, rescues his other unsavory buddies, and finaly holds the agents who caught him ransom, leaving a trail of destruction in his wake. Only one man can stop him... or can he? This movie isn't too bad... check it out.

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Screenshot: Poor Old SprogPoor Old Sprog
Directed by Mike Swinehart of Mike Swinehart Pictures Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 12/20
St: ***
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 126 KB RAR archive
Description:
Sprog keeps dying and he doesn't know why! A parody of McZee's "Sprog" movie. While it sounds pretty goofy, this is actually a well-made flick! Funny, fun to watch... with a hint of optimism thrown in.

Screenshot: PowerPlay - Part 1PowerPlay - Part 1
Directed by Fredrick Arnoy and Jorrit Stuifmeel of Explode Productions/Red Star Pictures

Score: 20/20
St: *****
Sm: *****
Co: *****
Cr: *****
Size: 5.29 MB RAR archive
Description:
Imagine the 3DMM community as an actual, living, real world. Imagine the people of the community living in this world. Imagine a struggle for power and influence going on. The result: Powerplay. Powerplay is a movie which has it all: action, drama, comedy, and a slight hint of a thriller all wrapped nicely together in a four-part miniseries. In this world of 3DMM, all the major sites are being represented by large independent cities in which movies and the movie making itself are the most important things that go on. But... it’s more than just movie making which is going on this community. Everyone realizes the community will slowly come to an end if action isn’t taken soon. In essence this movie shows the play of the power that goes on in the community and which reaches almost everyone. Corruption, espionage, sabotage, murder, torture, and the everlasting thirst for power all play in role in this movie which cannot be put under a single genre. Complete with a rock-solid storyline, absolutely stunning, gorgeous scenery, and a kicking soundtrack, PowerPlay will amaze and inspire you. Download this movie NOW!

Screenshot: Presumed Guilty Episode 1Presumed Guilty Episode 1
Directed by Chris Hughues of Best from the West Productions Read viewer comments (9)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 1.19 MB RAR archive
Description:
Presumed Guilty is an excellent movie about a convict, Jacques Cheaveaux, who has spent the past five years in prison, and a man named Pierre who looks exactly like him. Jacques is bloodthirsty and mean, while Pierre is the gentlest and most tender guy that ever could have lived. A foolproof plan of escape from prison, a run from the cops, a rally with former criminals, and a quick switch allows Jacques to slip off the hook, while leaving somebody else to be the bait for the police to catch…

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Storyline: *****
Presumed Guilty's plotline is superb. Entertaining and very well thought out, the story is captivating right from the start. This series looks more like a real movie than most other 3D Movies out there... the plot is given time to develop, and develop it does. The characters are also given plenty of time to develop, something which many movies lack as well. You never expect what happens next in this movie!

Creativity: *****
There are quite a few excellent original ideas here, many of which tie in directly with the excellent story and the good-looking scenery. You will also fine quite a few interesting quirks here and there, "quirks" meaning unique aspects of the film.

Construction: *****
Presumed Guilty definitely is constructed well. You'll see insides of houses, stereo systems, shopping malls, cities, police stations, helicopters... they're all here! And they all contain great detail and realism. Aside from the overall clean look of the movie, you can tell that much time was put into making sure all the storyline elements and other pieces you don't see onscreen fit together well. Good job!

Visual Appearance: *****
Your eyes definitely won't get bored watching this movie. The movements of the characters and the expressions they do are simply phenomenal, and the whole movie in general looks nice and clean (like I mentioned above).

Audio: *****
Presumed Guilty has its share of great sound effects and a great soundtrack, which add to its ambient glow of a great film. As is standard for a film recieving a 5-star audio rating, all the sounds are actually used well and intelligently, which is, again, something many movies fall short on.

Fun to Watch: *****
This movie is so fun to watch, I almost wanted to see it again while I was writing this review up!! There are so many hilarious parts to it, so many stunning camera views, so many excellent, high-quality aspects to it... this movie has it all!


Screenshot: Presumed Guilty Episode 2Presumed Guilty Episode 2
Directed by Chris Hughues of Best from the West Productions Read viewer comments (9)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 1.10 MB RAR archive
Description:
This is the continuation to the great Presumed Guilty series. Here we meet some new characters, and learn a lot of background history about many things (as in, actual storyline development!). This is also the episode where events begin falling into place for the final showdown at the end...

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Storyline: *****
Again, Presumed Guilty comes out on top in storyline. I can't believe how complex the story gets here... there are so many new things to consider, so many variables to take into account, amazing! I'd go into more detail here, but obviously that would spoil the whole point of watching this movie: to follow the storyline!

Creativity: *****
Creativity? Presumed Guilty is chock-full of it. This episode contains so many new and awesome actions I've never even thought of before, tons of great effects (like a mirror!!), and loads of other uniqe ideas!

Construction: *****
I could tell by watching this episode that the director spent as much time as he could to make the movie the best it could be. I don't think there's anywhere left in the movie that needs touching up... everything is phenomenal!

Visual Appearance: *****
Like I said above, this movie looks, simply put, fantastic. I never thought 3DMM could look this good.

Audio: *****
Once again, there are lots of great sounds and an awesome soundtrack. The sounds go in perfectly with the actions... nothing flawed!

Fun to Watch: *****
Are you kidding? This episode is really funny and packed to the max with everything you could ever want that makes you want to come back for more.


Screenshot: Presumed Guilty Episode 3Presumed Guilty Episode 3
Directed by Chris Hughues of Best from the West Productions Read viewer comments (9)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 378 KB RAR archive
Description:
Another great episode of the Presumed Guilty series. Jacques begins his final run for freedom, while Pierre is sentenced to the worst possible sentence... worse than death. In the meantime, people begin double-crossing each other... all of the pieces are coming together.

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Storyline: *****
Whoa man... it gets complicated here. There are so many new variables and twists that come up in the story, it's almost overwhelming! And the way the key points are shown... you never know exactly what you're supposed to be seeing!

Creativity: *****
This episode shows extraordinary creativity: a Vault for storing inmates, a childhood story that makes no sense, and a young man you'll never expect to be there! The camera views and scenes are marvelous, and everything fits perfectly.

Construction: *****
I'm running out of things to say here. I think the scenes in this series kick the snot out of the ones in Pixel and such. How everything is put together and so well-coordinated... the sounds and how they match the movie perfectly... I can't find a flaw, can you?

Visual Appearance: *****
Phenomenal. QED.

Audio: *****
Great audio music and sounds makes Presumed Guilty 3 very fun to watch. There are a lot of funny audio clips, like from the Twilight Zone, and other hilarious sounds, like an agonized scream. And the music in the back goes perfectly along with what happens in the movie! Wow!

Fun to Watch: *****
You've gotta be insane if you don't want to see this movie series again. It's just too good to watch once!


Screenshot: Presumed Guilty Episode 4Presumed Guilty Episode 4
Directed by Chris Hughues of Best from the West Productions Read viewer comments (9)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 718 KB RAR archive
Description:
The end of the great Presumed Guilty series, with a punch. Everything falls into place... at least, for the right people. This was a great movie series... I hope I can someday see another one like it out there.

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Storyline: *****
Perfect. One of the most unique storylines I've ever run across. Like I said... everything falls into place, unexpected events occur, and the whole series is wrapped up neat and tidy. Well, sort of, as you'll see at the end before the credits, and after them...

Creativity: *****
There are multitudes of creative movements and scenes, such as an airplane breaking through a prison and a mountainside road. There is also a funny scene where Jaques gets warped into the Super Mario Bros. world, and then into another 3D Movie on Dragon Films... who would ever think of a thing like that? The Hughes... of course.

Construction: *****
Wherever this movie turns, superior construction is there. The buildings are great, the air vents, heck, even the inside of an airplane! And all of the movements that are used are completely original and coordinated flawlessly.

Visual Appearance: *****
I know I sound like a broken record here, but I'll say it one more time: Completely phenomenal. Chris has not only made everything look real, he's added spice to it: Flowers on the ground, hills in the background... man, I've run out of adjectives to use here!

Audio: *****
Awesome. I can't say anything more... the music and the action fit together splendidly... and there's a lot of it!

Fun to Watch: *****
Chris, I've got to hand it to ya... this is by far one of the best movie series I've ever seen, and I myself could watch it over and over and it would just get better and better. Great job... I mean GREAT JOB!! You have put a truly classic series on Dragon Films.

Screenshot: Il PriogionieroIl Priogioniero
Directed by Massimo Carlone of Massimox Productions

Score: 13/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ****
Cr: ****
Size: 1.58 MB RAR archive
Description:
Michelino is a very unlucky man. Day after day, he crashes into something and ends up having to pay for it. One especially crash-ful day, he receives a free pass to DOPAEMON LANDIA, a theme park of incredible fun! However, with Michelino's luck (or, rather, lack thereof), this theme park of fun becomes a theme park of PAIN! Can he escape with his life, or will he lose to the traps that lurk within? Here's another rather amusing film from everyone's favorite Italian director, Massimo Carlone. Complete with popular video games, recent 3DMM films, and a whole lot of randomness, Il Priogioniero is one bizzare action/comedy that does a good job at using the expansion objects rather well!

Screenshot: Pro ClopPro Clop
Directed by Killer Fish of Killer Fish Productions

Score: 22/30
St: *
Cr: ****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG-13
Size: 3.87 MB RAR archive
Description:
This movie seems to be jumbled garble of random scenes that make less and less sense as the movie progresses. It seems that there is something that's trying to happen, and I think it is a quest to stop a killer. But hopes of figuring out what the heck is going on are instantly thwarted and driven into the ground when you watch this. But aside from the sheer gobbledygook, you will be treated to some pretty cool animation and scenery.

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Storyline: *
I don't know if Pro Clop has a storyline or not. There is some talking in the beginning, but it is incomprehensible and inaudible, even when the volume is cranked up all the way. Later on in the movie, though, the movie goes from odd to plain weird when everything begins making no sense. Bleh.

Creativity: ****
Somehow, even though it's tough to get creative in a movie without a storyline, Pro Clop did well. There are a lot of unique scenes and custom-made characters, like totem pole men and evil bug monsters, and they look pretty good.

Construction: *****
Really great job! Many of the scenes (like the Misty City) are premade ones downloadable off of the Internet, but all the other ones look really great. And as for sounds fitting in with the action... perfect!

Visual Appearance: *****
Very intricately done! Everything looks almost completely real and believable. I just wish the story would have been better... then this movie would kick butt.

Audio: ****
Superb music, superb sound effects. The only thing that keeps this from a perfect 5 is the fact that the voices can't be heard, which really detracts from the movie. Another thing that is odd is that the characters switch voices throughout the movie, and nobody makes sense in what they are saying.

Fun to Watch: ***
Well, despite its great looks, Pro Clop is only good to see maybe once... after that, it loses its charm and doesn't really make you want to see it again. No story equals no reason to watch it.

Screenshot: Project X Episode 1Project X Episode 1
Directed by Nate D. of Disturbed Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 181 KB RAR archive
Description:
Project X is about an evil corporation that is trying to kill all of the humans in the world to dominate it. Three powerful wizards, Patrick, Nakita, and Bo, set out to once again try and save humanity from destruction. But first they must get past a very powerful, seemingly indestructible robot.


Screenshot: Project X Episode 2Project X Episode 2
Directed by Nate D. of Disturbed Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: ***
Size: 122 KB RAR archive
Description:
In the continuation of Project X, Skye and his friends (I guess they have new names now) continue busting up more bad guys with new magical spells and weapons. Yeah... there's lots of room for improvement here. Maybe the next episode will be better.

Screenshot: PSEUDOPSEUDO
Directed by Stephen Krstulich of Total Chaos Productions

Score: 14/20
St: ****
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: ****
Size: 4.45 MB RAR archive
Description:
PSEUDO is a dark spoof of the remake of Psycho (1998), and is basically the classic PSYCHO with a 3DMM twist. Very smart and very good... the beginning looks just like the Hitchcock movie! Check it out!

Screenshot: PsychoPsycho
Directed by Thomas Simpson of Tom Simpson Productions

Score: 10/20
St: ***
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 2.82 MB RAR archive
Description:
Psycho (which is unrelated to the old classic of the same name) is about a war veteran who goes crazy when his mate dies in the Falklands. This movie starts out looking like an interesting psychological war movie, but quickly turns quite odd. Perhaps it's because the main character goes completely nuts and tries to do all these things to fix his life but fails at all of them. (Wow, what a run-on sentence.) The lack of music throughout most of the movie was rather annoying, and the ending was… er, rather unusual. Check this out if you want to see what happens when you let manic tendencies control your actions.

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Screenshot: Psycho series Part 1Psycho series Part 1
Directed by Tommy A. Carlson of Evil Snorlax Films

Score: 8/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 227 KB RAR archive
Description:
Psycho Part 1 is the first of a three-part series. A man's wife is dead and nobody knows who the killer is. What is going on? Who will survive? This episode moves very slowly and has a few glitches, but hopefully the later episodes will turn out better.

Screenshot: Pulp ActionPulp Action
Directed by David Vecchio of 3D Movie Maker Hell

Score: 19/30
St: **
Cr: ***
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG-13
Size: 2.56 MB RAR archive
Description:
A terrorist in disguise is going around causing trouble, and the cops must stop him. But if the cops get him, how long can they keep him? Another movie with potential that fell to the no-plot wolves, Pulp Action succeeds in flattering the eyes for a bit but then leaving the brain bored.

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Storyline: **
There is absolutely no storyline development in Pulp Action... one reason being that there is hardly a storyline to develop. You are left to assume who all the characters are: something most people can't do off the top of their heads. It's a pity that people don't bother to put a good storyline in movies like this. If a real story was put in, then this movie would have turned out quite good

Creativity: ***
Pulp Action is somewhat creative... I guess I could say creative enough. It's pretty neat how Patrick's costume is made, and lots of the scenes are made really well and uniquely (I've never seen a backhoe on 3DMM before).

Construction: ****
Pulp Action looks great, and the scenes are made very well. The thing that knocked this down from a five-star rating is its lack of character interactions, storyline development, and so on. Yeah, it looks nice... but there's nothing to really understand.

Visual Appearance: ****
Again, this movie looks really good. The scenes are well-made, and the buildings look good. The motions, although some quite unnatural, are also pretty neat.

Audio: ****
There is some recorded music in Pulp Action, which sounds pretty good. Unfortunately, the other sounds are your boring usual explosions, gunshots, and car crashes. Also, a lot of the sounds are put in incorrectly... the footsteps of a person far away should be SOFTER than those of someone that is close, not louder. Remember that.

Fun to Watch: **
Mindless shooting action. That's all Pulp Action is. There's just nothing to it. And thus, it's not too fun to watch.

Screenshot: The PultrigiesThe Pultrigies
Directed by Michael

Score: 9/20
St: **
Sm: **
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 272 KB RAR archive
Description:
A couple that is having financial troubles gets some advice to stay at a hotel for very cheap until the bills can be consolidated and payed off. However, this is no ordinary house. As a matter of fact, it's a... [insert obvious word here]. There's a lot of misspelled words and funky storyline hiccups (it started off cool but then ended up quite random), but there are a few scenes that are pretty well-made and even a little spooky.

Screenshot: Pure Action MoviePure Action Movie
Directed by Unpredictable Productions

Score: 7/20
St: *
Sm: **
Co: **
Cr: **
Size: 355 KB RAR archive
Description:
Some random guy goes around killing random people for no apparent reason. I'll bet you can guess who this guy is, too. Nothing really interesting here… just mindless nothingness. At least there's a little twist at the end, although even that's rather anticlimactic. The voices are okay in some places, though.

Screenshot: QuakeQuake
Directed by Peanuthead of Peanuthead Productions

Score: 10/20
St: **
Sm: ***
Co: ***
Cr: **
Size: 418 KB RAR archive
Description:
This movie is based upon the video game Quake by id Software. The main character must recover a powerful rune from a cave so he can save the world. There's plenty of action in this movie, and some handmade scenery too. Not too shabby.

Screenshot: Quantum Nugget Episode 1Quantum Nugget Episode 1
Directed by Miles Dahl of M.E.S. Pictures Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 30/30
St: *****
Cr: *****
Co: *****
Vs: *****
Au: *****
Fn: *****
Rated PG
Size: 4.64 MB RAR archive
Description:
Mike and Greg were normal kids until they saw a news report on TV talking about some treasure called the Quantum Nugget. The two kids embark on a quest that is more than what it seems at first to get the great nugget. They face evil, meet new friends, and even end up in another... well, you'll have to watch to find out!

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Storyline: *****
This series looks to be a promising one with a superb storyline. Episode 1 greatly introduces the main characters, and gives us a glimpse of the main plot. I can't wait to see what happens next!

Creativity: *****
Mr. Dahl really brings you into a unique elaborate world of fantasy with Quantum Nugget. I was impressed in the amount of original ideas presented in this movie. The Quantum Nugget itself was an awesome idea altogether... then add everything else in the movie!

Construction: *****
A great deal of scenes in this movie are hand-made, and almost all of them look superb. The character interactions are very strong, and all the great things that are put into the movie can be seen.

Visual Appearance: *****
Cool! I loved how everything looked! There were some pretty cool-looking and original things that I found in this movie that were great to see.

Audio: *****
Quantum Nugget has many of the midis from all of the great RPGs of today, and they're played quite well and at great times. The sound effects are superb as well... glad I made them so others could use them in their movies!

Fun to Watch: *****
Yeah, it was fun. I loved watching it! It is a bit annoying with the mother scene eventually, but it all changes when they go into other places…


Screenshot: Quantum Nugget Episode 2Quantum Nugget Episode 2
Directed by Miles Dahl of M.E.S. Pictures Read viewer comments (1)

Score: 25/30
St: ****
Cr: ****
Co: ****
Vs: ****
Au: ****
Fn: ****
Rated PG
Size: 1.91 MB RAR archive
Description:
In this episode of Quantum Nugget, Mike and Greg are rescued by a person named Christine. But something isn't right, and this sends Mike on an emotional downhill as tragedy strikes and his life is turned upside down. What will happen how as he goes on for the Quantum Nugget?