00Dee Boned
Directed by: Russel Stepan
Released: February 2004
Preview Hahaha. A true classic. Even if the scenery and animation is pretty obviously dated this movie can't fail to make you laugh. The jokes and the whole James Bond spoof theme is probably some of the best I've seen. The movie takes place after 3dmm's default movie, Secret Message, so you should see that to understand what's going on here. Maybe not as good as the other Dee Bonedses, but a nice watch if you're a fan of the series.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
00Dee Boned [2.94 MB]
00Dee Boned 2: The World is Way Too Big
Directed by: Russel Stepan
Released: August 2004
Preview Slightly less impressive than the first Dee Boned due to the lack of voices - an issue that curses the series until it makes a stunning comeback in Venison Jelly. Dee Boned 2 is just as impressive and splendidly humorous as it's predecessor with jokes, action sequences and... some kind of Karate Man thing going on the middle. Don't know what that was about, but download if you liked the first one.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
00Dee Boned 2: The World is Way Too Big [7.46 MB]
00Dee Boned 3: Golden Pie
Directed by: Russel Stepan
Released: August 2004
Preview Like the first two Dee Boned movies, 'Golden Pie' features more of the same gags and Bond jokes, but this time with a huge improvement in the animation and scenery departments. Although sadly unfinished, after watching this movie I had to see the doctor about my split sides. Ouch. A guaranteed laugh, I tell you, and if you haven't already, download it dammit!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
00Dee Boned 3: Golden Pie [6.39 MB]
00Dee Boned: Rotisserie Chicken
Directed by: Russel Stepan
Released: February 2004
Preview Another installment in the Dee Boned series, this episode of Dee Boned's classic capers focuses around his pretty pointless but nicely done action sequence around a skate park, with hilarious consequences. Like most of Russel's movies, this one is complete slapstick comedy, and works really well, too. The kinda basic graphics and pretty lame text boxes bring this movie's score down a bit though. Maybe not as funny as 'You Only Live Until You Die', but a nice rival to it.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
00Dee Boned: Rotisserie Chicken [1.41 MB]
00Dee Boned: Venison Jelly
Directed by: Russel Stepan
Released: October 2004
Preview Russel Stepan has truly proved his superiority in animating a fun and thoroughly entertaining movie with this sixth installment in the classic 'Dee Boned' series. From start to finish the spit and polish on this movie never ceases to amaze as you watch special agent Double-Oh Dee Boned find a way to clear his name after being framed from stealing the chiefs sandwich. It's all very fast-paced, but beautifully made and a real godsend to animation. Go go, Russel!
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
00Dee Boned: Venison Jelly [6.29 MB]
00Dee Boned: You Only Live Until You Die
Directed by: Russel Stepan
Released: January 2004
Preview The next Dee Boned episode takes the total joke of insanely pointless but highly dangerous action missions to a new level, as Dee Boned undergoes a risky job in washing the chief's laundry. Speechless, senseless and comedy-wise flawless, this Dee Boned adventure is a definite wheeze if you laugh at stupid things. Nice stuff, Russel.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
00Dee Boned: You Only Live Until You Die [989 KB]
3dmm Box Office Report - 2004
Directed by: Jeff Ching
Released: January 2005
Preview Ah, Jeff Ching. A firm believer in shitty scenery, bad special effects, and never, ever redoing lines. However, this is very informative. Aside from the main 3dmm movie which has the Top 10 highest grossing Box Office movies of 2004, there is also a word file with all Box Office movies and their grosses, and also an excel file with random stats. Overall a good movie if you want to see what was big in the year 2004. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
3dmm Box Office Report - 2004 [5.55 MB]
3dmm Christmas Tale, A
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: December 2000
Preview A Christmas movie is a definite winner, besides the fact that it stars Martin. It showcases a very good rhyme throughout the movie, plus an entertaining story and scenes. Sweet 'Night Before Christmas'-style tale with some great appearances from community members and an unexpected guest. Funny too, with pleasing animation. Final Verdict: Filled with the Christmas spirit.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
3dmm Christmas Tale, A [2.86 MB]
3dmm Directors War
Directed by: Sims Odom, 3dmm community members
Released: November 2000
Preview From the opening titles to the final frame, this movie can be summed up in one word: awesome. One year in the making, 3dmm Director's War will go down in the history books as a 3dmm classic. Organised by Sims Odom, this movie was a joint effort by many community directors, led by Sims and Yorick Bergesma, namely; BR, Redwampa, Owen Glover, Will Maltby, Jabroni, Nick the Almighty, Twista and a pre-show movie by Jon Sapone. This is backed up by a wonderful voice crew. But what of the story? Yes, there is a story. It's an action movie story though nevertheless a GOOD action movie story. Without ruining everything, it involves a campaign comprised of a series of missions by 13 3dmmers to attack Microsoft bases and get the 3dmm crew to make a 3dmm 2. Explosions, tanks, helicopters, land battles, stealth... you name it, it's here. For the first time too in a movie, I found myself cheering the characters on. So it's over 13 MB compressed. So what. I doubt we will see an pure action/war movie of this calibre again soon. Better than Diabolical Delightment? Hard call to make. It's a magnificent show of the community's talents. Well done to Sims and his helpers on fulfilling the potential the project had from the very beginning. I also give this the SCORCHED EARTH award for best 3dmm war film. The only thing that went wrong was in Scene 106 where Will loading his gun. It stopped after Frame 2 and I couldn't get the scene to play without stopping on every frame. I went to Scene 107 manually and no further problems were experienced. Director's war reminded me of Diabolical Delightment. A huge cast of characters, extraordinary scenes and, as I said earlier, incredible animation. However, I am disappointed with Sims when it came to the soundtrack choosing for Director's War. It could have done with much more relevant and expressive orchestral music. Final Verdict: Not far from being the best movie in 3dmm. Congratulations Sims, and the rest of the crew.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
3dmm Directors War [13.54 MB]
3dmm Evil - Episode 1
Directed by: Klaymen
Released: July 2004
Preview I have to congratulate Klayman, this is an alright show. It starts off very slow, but it picks up speed as it does along. Working in much the same fashion as any other 'interview show', guests are invited to the studio and interviewed, clips of upcoming movies are aired, and there was also space for community commercials. The interviews with Thomas Saville and Sammy Sagitarius were fairly engaging but nothing spectacular. The thrown in jokes mid-conversation were amusing and kept everything from becoming too dull. Tom was talking about Knight of Camelot and his 3dmm'ing future, where as Sammy was talking about his Community Clash series. I found that a lot of the time I was struggling to hear what people were saying because the music was drowning their voices out. Also, what the fuck was that absurd voice used for the shows introductory figure? The commercials/adverts were good fun to watch, with a feature from Apfigur and Jeff Ching. The studio's scenery was very basic and way too sparse to receive any form of credit (the screenshot above gives you the general idea). The bare essentials are there; 4 walls, a table and chairs, but there seems to be nothing else. Despite it's flaws, all the fundamental foundations for a solid show are there and well formed. With some improvements this show could turn into something very nice indeed.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
3dmm Evil - Episode 1 [5.46 MB]
3dmm Evil - Episode 2
Directed by: Klaymen
Released: August 2004
Preview The second in the 3dmm Evil series starts off just like the first one did: slow. As the show rolls, it picks up a little more steam and becomes less of a chore to watch. I was hoping that Klayman would have taken into aboard the constructive comments he received after the release of the first episode and fix all those little 'niggles' I had with the first one. Unfortunately, it is only marginally better in places. Don't get me wrong, it is another very watchable movie but for some reason I was expecting something more. The scenery has obviously had a complete overhaul. Furniture has been reconstructed, details to the floor and walls have been added and there is a greater feeling of direction. I didn't find the skits as funny this time round and a lot of the time I found my eyes wondering away from the screen. Overall this is an improvement over the first show. Things have been polished to a higher shine and everything seems to be coming together better. Let's just hope future episodes follow suit!
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3dmm Evil - Episode 2 [6.43 MB]
3dmm Evil - Episode 3
Directed by: Klaymen
Released: October 2004
Preview Once again, a steady improvement over the previous episode. If things keep heading the way they are then the show will go down as one of the best 3dmm shows ever. Number 3 has been organized in a much better fashion with more community involvement. Things are looking good then... I thought that Klaymen had planned his interview questions better this time, keeping me more entertained than ever before. The skits were funny again and all sound problems seem to been eradicated - Klaymen is obviously listening to his viewers. Here's hoping for 3dmm Evil 4!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
3dmm Evil - Episode 3 [7.36 MB]
3dmm Evil - Episode 4
Directed by: Klaymen
Released: December 2004
Preview Lol! I'm going to have to say it again, but this is much better than the last episode and easily the best in the series so far. Set out in a completely different, far less linear manner to any of the other episodes, it is almost like an interview movie instead of an interview show. Let me explain. Instead of being set in the usual filming studio, the movie has been given a plot and taken outdoors; Klaymen breaks out of prison and bumps into his interviewees. This 'storyline' approach is a very interesting technique and a completely new 3dmm experience that would be cool if it were continued. Saying that though, perhaps it was just the sheer difference in perspective that made this so effective this one time round. Who knows?! Great scenery, funny jokes and entertaining to watch. Recommended.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
3dmm Evil - Episode 4 [9.68 MB]
3dmm Evil - Episode 5
Directed by: Klaymen
Released: June 2005
Preview Klaymen's return to production of the series that has been on hold for awhile feels like a rushed attempt to release the film. It's not as streamlined as some of the other episodes, but it does provide some good information about community filmmakers while providing some entertaining side skits. In this Episode, Klaymen interviews Anders Borg and Justin Wawrzonek who both provide some nice insight into their current projects and some of their filmmaking philosophies. The interviews are the highlight of the show, and their strong point is the dialogue between Klaymen and the guest. Visually, the show takes place in static scenes that are fairly well constructed, but not much to look at after awhile. The sketches are done almost entirely in black and default scenery, and are not much to look at themselves. The audio in these sections can also be hard to hear due to music mismatching and soft dialogue. Overall, it's nice to have Klaymen return to his series and the new episode, while not improving much over episode 4, promises that the 3DMM Evil Series will keep being released and keep being improved upon in later releases. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3dmm Evil - Episode 5 [4.78 MB]
3dmm Evil - Episode 6
Directed by: Klaymen
Released: August 2005
Preview Klaymenís continuation of his hit series begins a new track for 3dmm Evil. Episode Six ditches the interview concept in order to strike out on a fresh new path, and itís tough to see whether it works or not. The story involves Klaymen and Willie Trombone losing their showís funding after the abysmal performance of Episode 5, and forces Klaymen and Willie to search for some other form of revenue to keep the show on. Though the exploits of Klaymen and Willie are intriguing, the lack of interviews seems to have taken the heart out of the show. The search for a new sitcom is fun enough, but it doesnít have the endurance of interviews and starts to get a little tedious after awhile. As with other 3dmm Evil episodes, the visuals and presentation are not the shining star, but are still decent enough to look at. This episodeís visuals take a hit due to the plot involved, so itís much more excusable. Sound is done well, with Willie and Klaymen providing their own voices well and with a good selection of music. When it all comes down to it, however, the show seemed lost without the interviews, as if Klaymen didnít have a plan for what to do without an interview, so decided to come across what ever was in his path. The interviews are sorely missed. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3dmm Evil - Episode 6 [4.86 MB]
3dmm Hotel Episode #0
Directed by: Tom Bown, Ryan Omega, Ben Rice
Released: August 2005
Preview I don't know if this was just me, but I didn't really think about the significance of the 'Episode #0' prefix attached to this movie. Anyone expecting a fully-fledged start to the series should get rid of the pretence immediately. This is mearly an introduction to the show - nothing short of a trailer. Written by Tom Town, '3dmm Hotel Episode #0' sets the stage for future instalments. Bown, Ben and Ryan Omega have decided upon opening a hotel in 3dmm town; much to the angst of a certain local. They arrive at the property only to find a derelict ruin. Un-flummoxed by the daunting take of renovation, the team quickly spruce the place up. There is some OK animation and the scenery was actually quite pretty - both as consistent as the other. On the whole, this introductory skit does set some fairly steady groundwork for the rest of the series to take upon, but I found the jokes, comedy and 'quirks' largely unfunny - sorry. I also didn't really get the point of including the silly DD-rip off ending, it just confused matters further. Review by Will Cheyney - 4/10.

A brief, hastily put together (or so it seems) pilot episode, 3dmm Hotel Zero stars Ben Rice and Ryan Omega who apparently are in possession of a hotel in 3dmm land which they have to spruce up. It doesnít do much more than this. The plot simply involves these two polishing up the hotel with the help of a Tom Bown robot. The comedy swings and misses. The jokes arenít funny and there arenít enough of them, leaving this as a movie that is merely a visual shell. The presentation is fast and a bit dizzying at times. Many things appear to be happening on screen, but the camera lacks focus, and sometimes whizzes past the main focus. The visuals are the showís saving grace. However, some textures are used multiple times for different objects, such as the mountains having the same texture as the grass, and some odd indoor textures. All in all, though, this is the best part of the thing. The sound is a let down. Ben Rice still has the nasty habit of breathing all over his mic and holding it much too far away. Ryan didnít do his own voice, which led to wondering why he was there at all. The music and sound effects clashed too often, with the sound effects drowning out a lot of the music. The concept of a 3dmm Hotel sounds like an intriguing community comedy concept, however, it never manages to pay off its concept, or rustle up some genuine laughs, leaving the whole episode somewhat of a letdown. Review by Andrew Salter - 3/10.

Overall rating: 4/10 Download
3dmm Hotel Episode #0 [4.29 MB]
3dmm House Party, A
Directed by: Jaymond
Released: August 2005
Preview A very funny back-to-basics 3dmm flick. Using a combination of default 3dmm scenery and v3dmm props/characters, Jaymond has created an instant comedy classic, focusing the humor on current and long-standing community issues with unbelievable effect. When special guest Jon Sprow shows up at the house of 3dmm, Kayl springs upon him to give Sprow some strong words of advice. Naively ignoring Kayl's wisdom, Sprow soon finds himself being rejected by all from the house. There are some fantastic characterisations and stereotypes drawn upon for a myriad of community members, including, Andres, Rudi, Mike Storch, Space Goat, Travis, Aaron, Asians, Tom Bown, Ben Rice, Jatz and Ruiz - all personified brilliantly. This is one of those classic examples of how a movie doesn't need to be technically good to be entertaining. There isn't one 3D letter in this movie, yet the ~13 minute runtime fly's by faster than some 'epic' affairs. As we have come to expect from Jaymond, the voice acting is second to none - crystal clear quality, fused with exceptional humor. An essential download for any community member. Review by Will Cheyney - 8/10.

A hilarious default scene movie here that focuses on current community issues and pulls them off in spectacular fashion. The plot is about Jon Sprow showing up at a 3dmm House Party at Space Goat's house, and basically just mingling. All the characters are extremely funny stereotypes, from Kayl's posh British gentleman to Rudi's insulting Australian, they were pulled off perfectly. The way it focused on recent community events rather than just general things about 3dmm was good too; e.g. Kayl telling Sprow about how nobody talks to Mike Storch because of his involvement with Ramza, or Maritheclap trying to get a hold of Fester. The scenery was just default with random v3dmm props, but the movie was so funny it just didn't matter. So far this is the best comedy, and probably the best movie, of 2005. It's not technically impressive, but it really just doesn't matter at all. Download this movie right now. Review by Tom Bown - 10/10.

Whenever it comes to Jaymond making movies, it's incredibly easy to guess that it'll most likely be a comedy. After his big hit last year with 'Skitzophrenia', we have all been quietly anticipating another release from Mr. Jaymond. Since scenery and animation don't always make a movie, it is obviously down to the movies dialogue, a good plot and talented voice acting. Voice acting is definitely something you can count on Jaymond to accomplish perfectly. Using his unique gift-of-the-gab, as-well as brewing up some gold community comedy moments, Jaymond have delivered an incredibly random movie with default scenery that raises smiles, and should make you laugh if you're a community member. There's a big party at Space Goats house, and Jon Sprow appears turns up. After getting advice from Kayl, which he immediately ignores, 'mingles' with others and makes a nuisance of himself. Some great community joke are woven throughout the movie; Kayl and his great wisdom, Jatz and his weight/dumbness, a hyper Tom Bown that never stops talking, your truly... a dopey, tired, lazy bastard who rarely speaks in real life (seriously) and the veterans of the community like Andres, Aaron Haynes, Jeff Ching and more. Having their own private room for the party. I also can't forget poor Mike Storch who has no respect because of Ramza's reign of spamming and being banned. Unfortunately the ending is not what you expected and could go either way for you and leave you either disappointed or laughing. This was a great entry to the Film Fest - very different from the others and shows that even default scenery can still be a blast to sit down and enjoy, even now-a-days. Review by Ben Rice - 8/10.

Overall rating: 9/10 Download
3dmm House Party, A [5.74 MB]
3dmm Latenight
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: July 2001
Preview I have been meaning to add this movie to the archive for quite some time now... I have a lot of Tuna movies to add in-fact. Anyway's. 3dmm Latenight; it's probably one of, if not THE best 3dmm show ever done. It's funny, witty, it's well directed and the voice acting is done incredibly well. There are some very entertaining bits which caused much hilarity when it was released. It's a great watch, and it's credit to Tuna for turning the 3dmm community into a very real feeling show. 3dmm entertainment at its best.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
3dmm Latenight [5.38 MB]
3dmm Mole - Episode 1
Directed by: David Crowe
Released: April 2002
Preview This is a spinoff of the popular TV gameshow, The Mole, using members of the 3dmm community: Jeff Ching, Fester Freelance, Andres De La Hoz, Metalchick (Jamie Chapman), Gustave, Space Goat, Brad Ross, Tuna Hematoma, Will Maltby and Vivalavova (Greg Arnov). The first mission is to stay the night in a haunted forest. Sounds like a fun idea, but this movie misses the mark. With such well-known 3dmmers, this could've been a great movie but it just starts to turn into weak jokes and ridiculously exaggerated characters. It sometimes comes off as a hate movie, because it seems obvious to as which 3dmmers the director doesn't like. Not many of the parodies of the characters made me think, 'Wow, he nailed that guy on the head!', although Jeff Ching's masturbation scene and the one liner with Gustave was pretty funny. The voice acting makes me cringe; it's just the director, David Crowe, putting on funny voices, but sounding just too silly to be believable. The scenery and animation is average and rather newbieish, but otherwise comes off okay. The music is also used really well with the animation. Overall, I didn't really enjoy this movie much because it was just too stupid. Hopefully the next episode will be better.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
3dmm Mole - Episode 1 [3.05 MB]
3dmm Mole - Episode 2
Directed by: David Crowe
Released: June 2002
Preview This is little better than the last one, and begins to feel more like a TV show. The scenery and animation is a little better, but the end scene with MetalChick looked terrible. The voice acting gets worse as suddenly for no reason at the end Andres gets a funny accent and Will Maltby turns Cuban, although the scariest part of the voice acting is that David Crowe can do a girl's voice really well and MetalChick's orgasmic voice sounded very believable. Aaaaaaaaagh!! There are still the lame jokes and pay outs that make the show tedious and silly, and even a joke from the previous episode but this time round, not being very funny.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
3dmm Mole - Episode 2 [5.21 MB]
3dmm Mole - Episode 3
Directed by: David Crowe
Released: August 2002
Preview This one actually made me laugh. Crowe resorts to much more random humor, which was totally unpredictable at some times. The actual 3dmm mole storyline, however, is still as stale as the others in the series. It seems apparent that Crowe is making up all the dialogue on the spot as it seems rushed and awkward, but he doesn't seem to have edited it very well either. His ridiculous voice acting now lacks in effort, and only comes in two modes: high and low. It seems that the only characteristics Crowe knows about these people are that metalchick is slutty, jeff has a perverted sense of humor that requires a lot of masturbation, gustave is immature, Brad Ross is an Aussie and Will Maltby is British! Oh well. It's still somewhat the funniest episode of the series so far, but lacking in the actual movie making department.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
3dmm Mole - Episode 3 [5.28 MB]
3dmm Mole - Episode 4
Directed by: David Crowe
Released: September 2002
Preview 3dmm Mole 4 starts off with David Crowe promoting his upcoming movie in a weird voice i couldn't understand. Ok... It seems the series isn't really going to change from the cheap pay outs and newbie scenery, so I guess you're all going to have to get used to it. This episode features a very silly and funny song sung by Will Maltby which is a good reason to download this one. It's still a bit short, and at the end Crowe promises the next half of the series will be better. Thank god. Then he sings a song and sounds like Michael Jackson having an orgasm. Oh dear.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
3dmm Mole - Episode 4 [3.88 MB]
3dmm Mole - Episode 5
Directed by: David Crowe
Released: December 2002
Preview The previous installment of 3dmm Mole promised that the next half of the series will be better, and he's right. This episode is actually a lot better, with a funny mini story at the beginning featuring who seems to be Crowe's favorite character to pick on, Jeff. The challenge scene was entertaining to watch but IF I SEE ANOTHER 3DMM PENIS I'M GOING TO ... UM... KILL EVERYONE. Yeah.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3dmm Mole - Episode 5 [4.10 MB]
3dmm Mole - Episode 6
Directed by: David Crowe
Released: February 2003
Preview This is probably the funniest episode of 3dmm Mole. David Crowe has again played around with the intro by making a nice montage of past episodes, really giving it that TV show feel. He's also improved in animation and scenery. There's some entertaining mini stories with jeff getting his dick reattached and Brad going on a date. Some of the jokes that went for a long time I thought were pretty lame, but were saved by great punchlines at the end. I just realised there's a lot of jokes stolen from 3dmm hospital, Powerplay and Community Clash, but somehow it's still original.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
3dmm Mole - Episode 6 [5.45 MB]
3dmm Mole - Episode 7 (Finale)
Directed by: David Crowe
Released: April 2003
Preview This was pretty short and you can tell David got bored at the end while making this. It starts with a cute HMC ad, then goes into a storyline involving the seemingly psychotic Andres De La Hoz taking over the show. There's a really funny but silly running joke as well, and an entertaining scene where voice clips of the actual 3dmmers are used (stolen from movies, of course!). But goddammit, there's another 3dmm penis! I'm so sick of those! There's supposedly going to be another 3dmm Mole movie explaining how the mole did what he did, and all that behind the scenes kind of stuff. Even though I wasn't really that impressed by the whole series, it's kind of grown on me and I'm curious to see it. 7/10 for this one.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
3dmm Mole - Episode 7 (Finale) [5.42 MB]
3dmm Raspberry Awards, The
Directed by: Jeff Ching
Released: May 2004
Preview The first annual 3dmm Raspberry awards, designed to 'congragulate' the worst movies and directors of 2003! Only... they didn't. However, the focus was not on the awards themselves, but on the humor. As always from a Ching film, it was top notch. Nearly all the skits had me laughing out loud, the ones involving Jalal and Danny Swazz clearly being the best, although the introduction of BR was great as well. Overall, a light-hearted poke at many community members that everyone who knows anything about the community would enjoy. The results weren't great, but the humor was some of the best all year. Great job!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
3dmm Raspberry Awards, The [6.15 MB]
3dmm Survivor - Episode 1
Directed by: Matt McGowan
Released: May 2001
Preview After seeing Greg Niecestro's "Surviving Pokegay", Matt McGowan had the idea of a "3dmm Survivor" - a movie based around the same principles as the (what was) ever increasingly popular "survivor" craze. So here is the first episode out of a planned total of 13. Only 6 were ever released. The series includes various members of the community, all of whom stuck on an island and divided into two teams (close resemblance to 'Temptation Island'). The first episode is basically introduces the starring characters and explains how the series is going to work. The animation is ok, but scenery is somewhat lacking in places. Overall, a good start the series.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3dmm Survivor - Episode 1 [3.08 MB]
3dmm Survivor - Episode 2
Directed by: Matt McGowan
Released: April 2001
Preview The second episode is funnier than the first. Goat's tribe attempts to get Ruiz back to his "normal" self, while Tony lays about doing nothing. Quite funny and makes for an excellent episode 1 follow-up.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3dmm Survivor - Episode 2 [2.63 MB]
3dmm Survivor - Episode 3
Directed by: Matt McGowan
Released: May 2001
Preview n this episode, Jim gets himself in trouble by demolishing all of his tribe's rice. Jeff Ching decides he needs to 'relieve' himself. Greg arrives - we learn some shocking news about him. Then Andres shows up...
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
3dmm Survivor - Episode 3 [2.29 MB]
3dmm Survivor - Episode 4
Directed by: Matt McGowan
Released: June 2001
Preview This is the point where I think that the series started to go downhill. The fourth episode is lacking even more so that usual in the visual department relying a lot more on humor. There's a hilarious scene between Andres and Jeff, but other than that, I didn't enjoy it as much as the others.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
3dmm Survivor - Episode 4 [2.61 MB]
3dmm Survivor - Episode 5
Directed by: Matt McGowan
Released: June 2001
Preview It's sad.... The 3dmm Survivor series started off well, they were amusing and fun to watch. But, just as the TV series did, the movies have gone down hill, and become, essentially, a flop. Well, I thought Matt may get things together for episode 5, but it's still not good. Matt had been listening to the community though, and improved on the scenery, but at a loss.The plot and general direction of the movie has become 'lost', making the movie feel almost clumsy and stupid. Most of the movie just involves the tribal members shouting mindlessly, REALLY LOUD, which just becomes really annoying, making it almost unmatchable. As usual, there was the immunity challenge, but I had no idea what was going on.... simply more yelling. Oh, and someone got voted off the island... don't know who, simply because I don't know who is who any more. Hopefully the dialogue in episode 6 will be improved (i.e. no shouting!). If you download this movie, before watching it, make sure you turn your volume setting to -20db and wear some stiff ear plugs, because your ears are gonna hurt afterwards... lots.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
3dmm Survivor - Episode 5 [3.15 MB]
3dmm Survivor - Episode 6
Directed by: Matt McGowan
Released: October 2001
Preview Unfortunately, it gets even worse. This is the worst and last episode in the series. There was rumor of episode 7, but it never appeared. The scenery is no better (even though Sapone and Pikios apparently did it), the jokes are boring and to be honest, how is this different from any other episode? I don't know... perhaps I've just got bored with the series. Oh, and Matt was still screaming into the microphone which ruined it further. I found it hard to watch the whole movie... Hmm.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
3dmm Survivor - Episode 6 [2.30 MB]
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #1
Directed by: Tom Bown
Released: March 2003
Preview An age-old 3dmm idea stands to make it's comeback. This is amongst a couple of new monthly 3dmm 'magazines' set to hit a screen near you. This is the first installment brought to you by Ryan and Tom. It's pretty solid attempt at making a 'current' movie, and it works reasonably well. However, I feel that it lacks a certain polish in a few too many places. Some parts are very well done, with great camera and composition. Other are slow, tedious and to be honest, a little thin on the ground. It's these 'bits-in-between' that ruin it. Looking at Explode Productions review for this movie, I feel the same way that they do. The show does need more interviews, more music, and newer stuff. Not all is bad news though (almost!). The exclusive trailers which have been included are very cool. Both 'Rayman' and 'PowerPlay 2', I think, are pretty good commodities. Bringing us back to the 'new' factor though, the 'D3mons preview' that was played was released some time before this movie. It's not a totally terrible start, but it isn't going to force you to download the next issue.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #1 [3.95 MB]
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #2
Directed by: Tom Bown
Released: April 2003
Preview In some respects, this is an all-round better deal than we got with the first installment, but, it still has a little way to go... The movie suffers from some of the same problems I picked up in the review for the first edition of this talk show/magazine/movie. Content is out of date! The trailers shown are old news - the JDR Revival trailer I know for a fact had been released before this movie hit the scene. I want to like this movie, I really do, but I just can't shake the feeling that I already know what I'm being told. Reiteration isn't always a good thing! If the guys secure some exclusive, new and unique content then they could be onto a winner. I guess they just need a bit of time to secure relationships with fellow 3dmm'ers in order to achieve this.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #2 [7.83 MB]
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #3
Directed by: Tom Bown
Released: May 2003
Preview You know what they say; third time lucky. Well, it looks as if the boys are finally pulling something together that's worth your bandwidth. Behold! Exclusive content makes it's debut in this months 'current' 3dmm'ing magazine! The boys have cut the crap and are just showing us what we want. NEW STUFF! This does mean that there is considerably less content this issue, and it is therefore over a lot quicker. The comedy is still a tad mediocre and all-in-all it isn't the most exciting movie in the world - but - it is steadily improving. Here's hoping for #4...
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #3 [1.82 MB]
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #4
Directed by: Tom Bown
Released: June 2004
Preview The fourth magazine in the series, this slightly less interesting portion of the magazines features an interview with Orcus for 'Moderately Confused', and the regular BB news. Plus, a little extra at the end, a pretty alright drama titled 'Angel' by Jacob Adams, which I believe saved this movie's skin.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #4 [3.51 MB]
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #5
Directed by: Tom Bown
Released: August 2004
Preview A much more spectacular edition of the monthly mag, this edition features trailers for 'Strom & Varick', the 'Story of Kah-Laious' and 'Charleston', as well as an interview with Frankie Weindel and the unfinished, scrapped version of HMC's 'Mario Saga 2'. A great episode guys, can't wait for next months!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
3dmm United Monthly Magazine #5 [4.14 MB]
3dmm Wars Teaser
Directed by: Marc Sola
Released: August 2001
Preview This movie looks like it will be excellent... perhaps a little clich? though. From what I gathered, the movie is going to be about 2 teams of 3dmm veteran's, battling it out. The scenery I saw, looked awesome, as did all the props. Character animation was smooth and fluid, and I can't fault it anywhere. The music playing in the background fitted perfectly, and sound effects were perfectly synchronised. There were also some very nice text effects used... Look out for this movie when it is released.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
3dmm Wars Teaser [467 KB]
3D Talk Live 1
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: July 2001
Preview I believe this was Charles DeVillier (aka Sammy Sagitarius) first 3dmm series. This 'Live' 3dmm based talk show is revolved around the community. In this episode Brix stars as a special guest. The show is mostly about Charles (the host) asking Brix stupid questions, I didn't find myself laughing that much during the movie, but I chuckled a couple times. The director tried to be funny in quite a few places but it failed to amuse me... that Will Maltby joke just isn't funny anymore! But, I confess I cracked up when they played an advertisement - just the way Brix reacted to it was hilarious. Besides that, nothing more than an average movie here.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3D Talk Live 1 [1.67 MB]
3D Talk Live 2
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: August 2001
Preview This episode stars Vivalavova and Newbie Newton. The movie I have to say is a great improvement on the first. Its funnier, and has Vivalavova... What else would you expect?! Of course it's going to be funny! The only thing I didn't like is the shortness of this movie (even if it is a bit longer than the first) - its still a but short lived. The intro skit is also fucking retarded. Overall, a pretty good movie.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
3D Talk Live 2 [1.41 MB]
3D Talk Live 3
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: August 2001
Preview Finally a Decent intro skit! Anyway, this week's star guest is Ryan Rubinello. The movie was ok, not as good at the last - but still good for a chuckle. If your going to animate 1188 frames for the same camera shot Sammy, at least add a little more detail in the background, ey. Nothing more to say really, just another 'above-the-average' movie.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
3D Talk Live 3 [1.39 MB]
3D Talk Live 4
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: September 2001
Preview I didn't like this episode at all. It wasn't funny, and it was retarded. I mean how lame can you get? I'm sorry, but there's not much to say here. Bob toasted is the guest of the week, that's about it... Download if you're into the series.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
3D Talk Live 4 [1.23 MB]
3D Talk Live 5
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: September 2001
Preview The last episode to this talk show! And I have to say it's all been a big disappointment. Yes, there has been a good range of quest actors, but the jokes weren't really that funny. What's more. I expected a lot more from the finale. I laughed maybe twice. I wanted to laugh at some of the jokes, but I just couldn't make myself. It also occurred to me that the hosts voice is so irritating... I don't know, but after watching all 5 episodes back-to-back, I'm sick and tired of his voice! And the Brix joke, with the alarm clocks, is not funny anymore. A very boring movie in my opinion.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
3D Talk Live 5 [2.85 MB]
4 Days
Directed by: Sims Odom
Released: August 2001
Preview In the tradition of excellent Odom dramas comes this one 12 hours in the making. Sims Odom has put a lot of work into the animation with moving camera and nice-looking handmade scenes & the characterisation is also very good. Matt McGowan has done a great job too with the voices. All in all, something that everyone should strive for. In the opinion of this viewer, Sims and Snell set the standard for short 3dmm drama and take some beating; consider that a challenge.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
4 Days [1.30 MB]
4th Annual 3dmm.com Awards 2002
Directed by: Frogman
Released: April 2003
Preview The results are in! This years results of the annual voting have been presented in this fantastic 40 minute montage presentation, as well as two tribute movies to past directors. As Pikios so rightly said on the Bulletin Board, you could sense some sort of magical aura when you are watching the montage, it feels as if you're witnessing a part of history unfold. Watching the community's most prestige work to an expertly selected orchestrated score, makes you feel proud to be part of 3dmm. This is breathtaking - something no movie collection should be without. Anyone experiencing problems with the music, you need to install this MPEG Layer 3 codec (which is supposed to be installed automatically on all Windows 98 and up computers). It's a clean, non-messy install. Just run it, and everything should work fine after that.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
4th Annual 3dmm.com Awards 2002 [13.17 MB]
5 Day Chain Movie: Henry Vs S'kelly, The
Directed by: Various community members
Released: October 2005
Preview Chain movies are indeed a lot of fun, and the crazy idea of the two most unused 3dmm characters ducking it out could only have come from the members of the Tuna Board! Although this movie is relativley short and is over quite quickly, it provides a nice dose of entertainment. I say that the best thing in this movie was definitely the animations; Jack Bz proved that he is a VERY decent newbie and has a very good future in store for him if he keeps 3dmming. Other parts from people we have seen work from before (Tuna, Denny, Rory (Roadkill Dave) and Dan) were all very nicely animated, particularly Dan and Rory's. All the voices were done by the fish man himself so that automatically guarantees something good in the voice department. Overall this is a good addition to the 2005 Fright Fest, and alot of fun to watch. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
5 Day Chain Movie: Henry Vs S'kelly, The [4.11 MB]
5dmm
Directed by: Denny Betterman, Daniel Martin
Released: August 2005
Preview A hilarious chain movie by Dan and Denny here, done in the WTDA style. At 52 minutes long, it's not exactly short, but it's so fast-paced it feels like 10 minutes. The animation is fucking amazing, proving that Dan and Denny have mastered that craft. Scenery wasn't bothered with much in the movie, but it all works somehow. The voices are all pretty funny, and although there wasn't a plot, there were plenty of random hilarious moments that had me laughing my ass off, as well as some truly spectacular action scenes. Overall, an incredibly funny little short with some excellent animation that should be seen by everyone. Review by Tom Bown - 9/10.

After a long wait '5dmm' has finally been unleashed upon the community for us to see! Dan and Denny are two of the best animators around in 3dmm at the moment, and knowing that a movie has been made between the two of them, guarantees it to be something special. 5dmm quite a very clever title it's short for "Dan And Dennys Delightful Dimensional D'chainy Mega Movie" GET IT!? 5DMM!! BAHAHAHA! But in all seriousness the two directors have the same style of humour and because of that this is an absolute hoot to watch. Like the classic series "Whos The Director Anyway?" this movie is just a huge bunch of wacky adventures. The only real bad thing I didn't like about 5dmm is the sub-par scenery consistent throughout. Admittedly though, Dan himself stated that they had taken the stance of "fuck scenery". The guys weren't really bothering with making much of an effort in this department, instead, mainly focusing on animation and giving us some hilairious visuals, huge fight scenes and car chases to remember; all-in-all it makes Diabolical Delightment look a bit like a church sermon. This may be one of the biggest PAMs since 'JDR Revival' etc. and like most of them, they succed to impress if you are a PAM fan. It's a good thing I don't mind them and I loved this flick. This Film Fest is gold so far and shaping up to be the best yet! Review by Ben Rice - 8/10.

Denny Betterman and Daniel Martin have teamed up to create this offbeat, entertaining bit of work, and the wackiness runs rampant. Though lack of a plot and some sound problems stand out, 5dmm is an energetic piece demonstrating fun animation and a certain ambition. Thereís no story to speak of, as the movie is made in the ďWhoís the director, anyways?Ē format introduced by Mike and Justin. The last frame of the last scene is sent to the next director, who takes over the movie. When a bit of plot does come into focus in the later part of the film, it becomes clear that a plot all along would have helped things a bit. However, given the style of film, itís easy to forget that nothing of substance is going on. The presentation is slick. Itís full of handheld cameras, stylish cinematography and breakneck action. This is the high point of the film, and itís interesting to see Betterman and Martin bounce off each other, with two distinct but complimentary styles. The visuals are decent, though the fast speed of most scenes renders detailed scenery unimportant, stationary shots are well composed, so that itís always clear where the actionís taking place. Sound has a few issues, most of them being lack of consistency in the voices. At times itís unclear who exactly is talking (short of checking the clothing, that is), and some scenes are completely silent altogether. This only detracts very slightly from the wild fun these two seemed to have together. Part of the reason this movie works is the fact that the whole time, Dan and Denny seem to be having lots of fun constructing scenario after ridiculous scenario over and over again. Review by Andrew Salter - 8/10.

Overall rating: 8/10 Download
5dmm [15.48 MB]
5th Annual 3dmm.com Awards 2003
Directed by: Demented Ferret
Released: September 2004
Preview A different layout this time round, somewhat differing from the 2002 awards, and presented like a real awards ceremony with Beast as the host. Unfortunatley unfinished, this years awards movie is incomplete and as a result, not all the awards are presented. Luckily the main ones were done, mind. Best Action, Drama, Writer, Director and Movie fortunately all make an appearance. There were more though and it's alot longer then it sounds. The awards were presented extremely professionally and nominations clips were compiled expertly. I found Beast's yapping a little tiresome after a while and just wanted to get to the juicy stuff. Overall, this was very nicely put together and well worth the hefty download if you want to see what the best movies of 2003 were. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
5th Annual 3dmm.com Awards 2003 [20.68 MB]
6th Annual 3dmm.com Awards 2004
Directed by: 3dmmers United
Released: July 2005
Preview This huge awards movie presented by '3dmmers United' had some huge flaws but it is still extremely well put together and presented even more like a real awards ceremony then the 2003 awards show. This is the first awards movie done in v3dmm, this may change alot of things for the next awards as nearly all the movies released this year are v3dmm-created. Nevertheless this was a splendid show presented by different '3dmm celebrities' including Tuna Hematona, Denny Betterman, HMC and Pogo. As well as starring other members of the 3dmmers United team and having some brilliantly made skits including 'Talking And Tampering' by Ned Carlson which is brilliant (and not just because I'm mentioned in it), and 'Why Doughboy Went Completely Nuts And Acted Like An Idiot', by HMC. Yes there are some great jokes that people from the community would only really understand and some brilliant scenery not only in the 2004 nominees, but for the actual awards movie itself; HMCs an absolute genius at constructing scenery, he really is! The nominee clips were compiled and presented brilliantly. From the moment the first nomination clip rolls the movie really picks up. As well as having funny skits and brilliantly presented awards there is also has a tear jerking tribute to everybodys 3dmm idol Redwampa. This gives this awards movie a real 'zing' before Denny presents the 'Best Movie of 2004'. It is obvious 3dmmers United put in alot of hard work to get this out, and they did a very good job considering the daunting task. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
6th Annual 3dmm.com Awards 2004 [37.80 MB]
007: Unleash the Dragon (unfinished)
Directed by: Frogman
Released: February 2004
Preview This movie has been subject to probably the most troubled release date ever! "IT" has finally been released - tragically, unfinished. Frogman has gone to town in terms of detail here. Despite some of the scenes being nearly three years old, they still look highly impressive even by today's standards! It's this attention to detail that make this actually 'feel' like a proper bond movie. The variety of locations and slick (yet sometime a little jerky) animation are stunning. It's a shame that what's there isn't even complete. Sound effects and voicing are non-apparent in places and I can't help but feel a little cheated by Froggy. We have been promised and teased for far too long... for this. But at the end of that day, who cares?! We can finally see "IT". Beautiful.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
007: Unleash the Dragon (unfinished) [4.29 MB]
9/11 - A WTC tribute
Directed by: David Joyner
Released: September 2001
Preview A well made tribute to the recent tragic events in America. Real sampled speech used.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
9/11 - A WTC tribute [688 KB]
9mm
Directed by: Kim Turley, Oliver Bacon
Released: February 2000
Preview An old action film combining the usual car chases, gunplay, a nuclear missile going missing, a bit of a twist in the end and all that. Now, there is a mix of premade 3dmm scenes (those that come included with 3dmm) a marvelous attempt at scenes, moving camera angles and animation. Some fairly reasonable fx also. Overall, a surprisingly impressive for a newbie's movie. Fantastic direction. Final Verdict: An inspirational movie for other newbies.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
9mm [1.14 MB]
20 Ways to Ruin Christmas
Directed by: Daniel Martin
Released: December 2004
Preview A very funny short by Dan showing 20 hilarious scenes of Christmas being ruined by a random person. There is jokes at every corner, including the blowing up toy shops, the ripping off of a fake Santa's beard, the killing of the postman with all the letters to Father Christmas, having a shit in someone's stocking and the setting fire of a Christmas tree. It has some great scenery, no voices to really worry about listening to, and some terrific explosion effects. It's not for the faint hearted and/or people who don't like seeing horrible happenings at this festive time of year - just something I thought I'd mention as a disclainer, you know, incase poor Dan gets a load of complaints from angry American's and ends up in court for "offending someone's feelings" at Christmas and ends up being found as guilty as a puppy sitting next to a pile of poo! Download and have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
20 Ways to Ruin Christmas [1.70 MB]
0050
Directed by: Oliver Wigdor
Released: September 2003
Preview Oliver Wigdor's (aka Atlantis) movie '0050' is a disjointed attempt at an action movie. The story consists of a Double 0 agent called 0050 as he goes on many missions, even as he appears to also be a rogue agent. The story isn't very clear. For some reason, 0050 not only gets the bad guys, but everyone else he feels like killing that day. The result is a confusing story that seems to only exist to show off some hand made scenery. The scenery is well composed, and Wigdor displays a knack for text based scenery. This is the high point of the film, and it becomes simply an excuse to show off the scenery. As far as camera moves, 0050 has very few of them. The few that are there are smooth enough, but too short to gague how capable Wigdor is at maintaining smooth camera movement. The sound is also varied. The music is loud, but not obnoxious, though it does tend to drown out anything else that happens in the scene. Again, this is one of those movies that requires a quick hand on the volume control. 0050 shows promise for the young director, unfortunately, the almost nonexistant story, static camera, and mixed sound make for a poor exposition of Wigdor's scene construction capabilities. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
0050 [2.15 MB]
1000 Hearts
Directed by: Mickazee
Released: August 1998
Preview It's hard to review a really old movie, because you can either review it to today's standards, or the standards of the time it was made. I'm going to choose the latter. The MIDI's were common, however they're were no voices to drown out so that wasn't a problem. The animation in places even shocked me, like when the car transforms, I thought that was pretty cool. The film kept my attention, but that's probably only because it is a piece of vintage 3dmming. Download to see what it used to be like, and how fun it used to be.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
1000 Hearts [516 KB]