Aaarnishoz
Directed by: Ben Wheele
Released: November 2001
Preview Ben Wheele's much anticipated and hyped movie is here. And a damn good zombie fest affair it is too - even if it is a little rough around the edges. Its only real let down is that at times there is a distinct lack of a sound track and voices which makes everything seem a little sparse and often ruins the movies atmosphere and suspense. As I said before, the movie is a zombie flick heavily based on the movie, "Dusk till Dawn" - which I believe is a good thing! Blood and gore are aplenty and watching zombie upon zombie being torn apart is extremely 'fun' to watch. I commend Ben on his technique of creating his convincing blood and gore. Massively entertaining to watch, and definitely not something to be missed.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Aaarnishoz [6.42 MB]
Abortion
Directed by: Santiago Miglionico, Jeremy Dick
Released: August 2004
Preview The combination of a fundamentally simple and well focused plot make this short an immediate hit. Jeremy Dick was the brains behind it all (written by), and Santiago was the man in the driving seat (directed by). Telling you anything about the movie's plot would ruin the experience for you, so I'll hold my tongue and you can just find out for yourself. Santiago is renowned for his eye candy, and this time round he has made extremely good use of the expansion pack. Many of the scenes are a pleasure to watch just because of their look. The attention to detail is what I love... the small things that aren't always apparent. I saw that Jaymond mentioned the traffic light changing from green to red, the smoke bellowing in the background and the shadow of the tree on the grass; these are the very ingredients which can subliminally make or break a movie! Animation wise, there isn't a lot to comment on. Most of the movement is done through wonderfully panned camera angles, but everything that is there is smooth and precise. Ramza has once again composed a brilliant musical score to accompany the action and Jaymond's voice acting shines.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Abortion [1.05 MB]
Action Force 1
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: January 2000
Preview A classic series, which is quite an olde now-a-days (ahh... prepubescent veterans). Basically a cop movie spoof but it is done extremely well and the jokes are genuinely funny. The end quote makes me laugh every time - you'll have to watch the movie to find out what it is. It's starting to show its age now, visually can technically - the quality of the mic is pretty poor. Nevertheless, a classic. Review by Will Cheyney.

Here we have a very old, but very funny movie. It really reflects how movies were back in the days of Maltby making EE and DD. Pointless action, and funny jokes. In this movie, they beat, torture and kill a wrongly accused blind man. If you find that funny, then this movie is for you, you sick bastard. Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Action Force 1 [1.35 MB]
Action Force 2
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: January 2000
Preview The second Action Force flick. Shorter than the first, the Action Force are back to provide us with more comedy. A gung ho hero who saves a boy from suicide using his own unique style. I think for people watching these movies for the first time today, they just won't have the same charm that they used to. Silly yet hilarious. Review by Will Cheyney.

This is the second addition to the old Action Force series, and a big improvement from the first. Although it is mostly default scenes, the sound aspect is pretty well done. The humor in this is pretty much on the same level as the first, but executed well. You start to get a better feel for the characters, and their personalities. Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Action Force 2 [552 KB]
Action Force 3
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: March 2000
Preview A bit of a disappointment in comparison to the rest of the series. It appears as through Rhys ran (Haha! Get it... Rhys... ran... ) out of inspiration. However, the movie is still pretty good and very funny in parts. Ever since this episode I have been looking forward to the Action Force: The Movie, but after so many years I don't actually think it will ever come out. Review by Will Cheyney.

I found this episode hilarious when I was twelve. And even still, I think it's the funniest of all. It's short, looks like shit, and gives me a headache. But what movie wasn't like that in 1999? This movie had it's day. Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Action Force 3 [456 KB]
Action Force 4
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: June 2002
Preview The 4th (and final - apart from the xmas special I suppose) in the series. Again, standards slipped a little more, making this a bit more of a disappointment at the time. It's alot more linear compared to the previous 3, and theses a lot more talking. It does have it's moments, mind. As always, the storyline is pathetic, but I suppose this is an earlyish PAM. The biggest problem I found was that the vast majority had a server lacking of background music, making it feel a tad lifeless. Review by Will Cheyney.

This action force is different from the rest. I sensed a plot. A plot that wasn't resolved with an ending, only brought about by a beginning and middle. Were there jokes in this episode? I couldn't tell. It was so ridiculously hard to follow it made me sick. I didn't know movie could get so bad. This series should have been kept short and stupid. Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Action Force 4 [2.21 MB]
Action Force: Xmas Special
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: December 2000
Preview More of the same in this was a special Xmas addition to the Action Force series - except for the tinsel. As always, the voices are quiet and shitty sounding, and the animation is a little simple. The movie has quite an apparent 'rushed' feeling to it (Rhys did admit to this in the credits). Lot's of people get shot, and it's quite unoriginal, but it's ok if you just want a little old skool entertainment.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Action Force: Xmas Special [1.44 MB]
Action Jake
Directed by: Anzi
Released: September 2000
Preview Not much of an interesting story, and the movie lacked any kind of voices and a good soundtrack. The movie did have a few nice custom scenes in it, but, these were scenes made by other people and simply imported into the movie. However, it's probably a newbie's first try or so. Final Verdict: Pretty damn boring.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Action Jake [250 KB]
Action Jake 2
Directed by: Anzi
Released: December 2000
Preview A huge improvement on the first in the series but still not that great. Voices and additional custom scenes would have made the film considerably more enjoyable to watch. Final Verdict: Still pretty boring.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Action Jake 2 [273 KB]
Action Joe
Directed by: Jason Ruiz
Released: May 1997
Preview The original and now very dated Action Joe - made back in the early days of 3dmm. The animation is a poor and the movies pace is quite slow. It holds little charm these days but still I'd say even some of todays action movies aren't up to standard of this (I'm not talking about major releases here). It was one of the first 3dmm movies made available online and a classic in it's own right. Review by Will Cheyney.

A really, really old movie we have here. This was created by Jason Ruiz at the beginning of the 3dmm community. As far as I know, back then, this was great. By today's standards, it's utter junk. But keeping all that in mind, I think it deserves some leeway. It's about a guy named Action Joe and his fun adventures. Original, eh? Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Action Joe [358 KB]
Action Joe 2
Directed by: Jason Ruiz
Released: September 1997
Preview The old but ultimately classic Action Joe 2. A movie that arguably changed 3dmm and made it what it is today. It sparked off the trend towards longer and bigger movies. It also raised the expected standards for other movies by about 200%. Action Joe pioneered the use of several visual and animation techniques still essentially used today! This is a solid action/comedy and even though it looks very basic these days it still retains a nice warm charm that is often lacking in recent movies. Sometimes competition between directors is too great these days and people are making movies more to prove how good they are instead of making them to entertain. A landmark in 3dmm history. Review by Will Cheyney.

A full-length continuation of the first, this was huge in its day. This movie was a milestone in 3dmm history because of its consistent hand made scene use. It was also one of the first, if not the first, to have a real plot. Back in its day, I'm sure it was fun to watch for everyone. Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Action Joe 2 [2.52 MB]
Action League
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: December 1998
Preview Upon the movies opening we are told, "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. "I think that sums it up pretty nicely actually... The movie takes an interesting approach to movie making, by not using any scenery at all - just black background. Black everywhere. It is an organized prop affair! The action is fairly typical and slow - something you don't usually relate to Redwampa flick, but then again, this is a pretty old movie. Perhaps one for those diehard Wampa fans.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Action League [1.68 MB]
Action League 2
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: January 1999
Preview After the defeat of the Fez Bot forces, the Mum Krufs enslaved them for five years. But Lord Mum Kruf has begun to develop ideas a little above his station. His army crumbles and the Fez Bot slaves attempt to escape. This second part to the movie is considerably better than the first and it actually makes use of some proper scenery this time. It's still pretty rubbish though.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Action League 2 [1.63 MB]
Actors Day
Directed by: Daniel Martin
Released: September 2004
Preview Imagine the 3dmm actors in their own little world, where people live out there lives within areas like 'Expansionville' or 'Prop Town'. Got it? Good. Now imagine that a movie was made showcasing the lives of various 3dmm actors and their lives. Have you got that trapped inside your head yet? Good. Now, totally forget all of that, because imagination is no longer necessary with Dan's latest flick. Like pretty much all of Dan's work that I've seen, this movie is pretty kooky with totally pwnifying animation that puts all others to shame. SHAME. The laugh-o-level in this little flick has beautiful timing. Dan is definitely more so one for slapstick comedy than the other - sometimes considered more 'civilised' - types of chortle carpentry. A lovely little movie that, although short, is fun to watch if you haven't already
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Actors Day [4.71 MB]
Adam Show, The
Directed by: Adam Bibilo
Released: May 2005
Preview I'm guessing that the director of this film has many private jokes with his friends. Actually no, I just can't tell, the humour is SO odd here it's slightly scary. Apart from the lousy jokes, the actual show was - just as bad. The scenery and voice acting was very low budget. Didn't enjoy this film much, very boring to be honest. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Adam Show, The [881 KB]
Adam Show 2, The
Directed by: Adam Bibilo
Released: May 2005
Preview And I quote, 'The show is just as horrible as ever'. Actually, the humour is slightly improved, but the whole thing still lacked a great deal. The voice acting is rather shoddy and once again the background scenery is very plain. Best not to do any more of these. Please. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Adam Show 2, The [444 KB]
ADHD Boy
Directed by: Jonathan Anson
Released: September 2000
Preview This is very short but a little funny though in a sad sort of way. I was going to award this a 6 but I'm subtracting half the mark since it's a making fun of a real life disease. Slightly funny, but no self-made scenes or story.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
ADHD Boy [744 KB]
Adrenaline
Directed by: DataBlasterXR, Anders Borg
Released: June 2003
Preview The second in the Film Festival's PAMdemonium titles. In short, I think this movie sucked. I honestly wasn't expecting a lot from it when I learnt who it had been directed by but I tried to reserve judgment. However, it was bad; an inferior clone of DD with poor animation, rubbish jokes, unnecessary camera movements, and even taking into account that it was a PAM, a horrible plot. Perhaps download just so that you keep in with the Film Festival spirit.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Adrenaline [2.43 MB]
Adventures of Jim & Tim, The
Directed by: Hamish Gavin
Released: February 2003
Preview A stupid action movie about two guys who rob a bank and shoot random people. The Gustave character is an obvious rip-off of DD's Gustave, just not as good. It doesn't have a conclusive ending and is said to be continued... The animation and scenery isn't bad but could be made a little smoother.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Adventures of Jim & Tim, The [1.91 MB]
After Life
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: September 2000
Preview From the director of Pokegay, Robotman and Monty and the recent hit Midas, comes this new and much-awaited movie Afterlife. Greg requested that webmasters posting it don't give away details of the plot. Suffice to say, it's extremely good and judging from the title, you could probably be reasonably sure (lol) that the movie is about someone who dies and what he experiences with the afterlife. To go into any more details would ruin it for you, just download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
After Life [6.51 MB]
Aftermath: Redux
Directed by: Leigh McDonald, Gustave
Released: June 2002
Preview This is Lmac's pisstake on Gustave's movie Aftermath, made all the way back in 2002. I've never seen the original movie, but apparently it was shit. Anyway, this wasn't that great either. I didn't really get what was going on. It didn't seem to have a point like Pogo's spoofs, it was more like "lol this movie sucks lolol". However, I did laugh a couple of times, and the scenery was good, so I'll give this a slightly higher score then I would usually give a movie like this. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Aftermath: Redux [1.88 MB]
Aimer
Directed by: Hiddin Image
Released: December 2002
Preview Here we have a first time movie by an old friend of ours, Hiddin Image. The classic and cliché story of man meets woman, etc. This movie isn’t really as much of a movie as it is a music video for a French song, entitled “Love”. Quite a fun movie if you’re bored. Review by Patrick Bernardo.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Aimer [869 KB]
Alien Retaliation Teaser
Directed by: James Burgon
Released: July 2002
Preview James is such a talented animator, and has made so many good movies. What he has been lacking apart from finishing those movies, is a real in-depth plot. I feel this movie however could be his real chance to prove he isn't just all pretty detail and scenery, and actually one of the best movie-makers around. I really enjoyed watching this teaser, remember a teaser is not meant to give away any plot details (opps James!) but just show scenes from the film so the audience become interested, and ask themselves, 'What's meant to happen in this film?' 'That looks interesting!'
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Alien Retaliation Teaser [257 KB]
All By Myself
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: June 2002
Preview A nice short drama from Jordi here which really surprised me the first time I saw it. I don't know quite how you'd class movies like this... I guess they're kind of 'reflection' movies - they make you think and feel good. A single song plays throughout. I guess you could call it a drama, but more of an artistic movie. The music (Moby - something we've come to expect from Jordi) was an excellent choice. It fits well. This movie certainly makes for a nice little download. Top quality stuff.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
All By Myself [666 KB]
All I Do
Directed by: Ben Williams
Released: October 2000
Preview If I've said it a thousand times, I'll say it again. Drama in 3dmm is hard. Rock hard to pull off. They are either really slow, confusing or predictable. Personally and being a fan of Ben Williams' work, I think Ben has done a fantastic job this time round, telling the story of a twisted individuals thoughts and actions. The dramatic music fits well, as does the moody scenery. The narrative speech is perhaps a little bizarre but works well enough. A highly enjoyable watch with a nice twist to end. EDIT:You may have seen the live action version by now. Ben recently filmed a real-life rendition of this very 3dmm movie.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
All I Do [1.44 MB]
Alone
Directed by: Matt Allen
Released: May 2005
Preview Either the director of this movie has some serious emotional issues or is just a fantastic animator of capturing a serious depressive theme. Whichever it doesn't matter, the point is, this movie is very sad, and quite twisted in a way. It was generally very harrowing and is based on a suicidal theme which can be either very cheap or very touching. Although the scenery and general look of the film is at best average, the music fits in perfectly and is a good choice for a quick and tearful film. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Alone [1.13 MB]
Alpha Z
Directed by: Jimmy Dean
Released: October 2000
Preview Bit of a Final Fantasy clone this, but, it features some well-crafted monsters and grips you from the very beginning by going straight into the action. The only thing that bothers me is that the lack of voices. Jimmy opted to use text boxes instead, which let it down somewhat since you don't want to have to read while the impressive animation is going on. Marvelous monsters, animation, scenes, music but no speech. Oh well. Final Verdict: Has that special Final Fantasy feel to it. Recommended.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Alpha Z [3.02 MB]
Alpha Z 2
Directed by: Jimmy Dean
Released: May 2001
Preview A huge improvement on the original voiceless classic, and another fine addition to the Alpha Z series. Very slick animation, and very well placed angles capture the action the way it should. This time the demon destroyers must eradicate a demon with awesome power before it destroys civilisations. I'm not usually a fan of movies like this, but I enjoyed this one, thanks to the great directing. Action and drama galore. Recommended.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Alpha Z 2 [7.56 MB]
Alpha Z 3
Directed by: Jimmy Dean
Released: October 2001
Preview After 5 months of waiting, numerous delays, and Jimmy tricking the entire community that the movie had been deleted by his mum, the third installment in the Alpha Z series is finally here. I had been looking forward to this movie for a long while, and I must confess, it didn't disappoint. The character animation and camera movement was swift and fluid throughout, which gives the movie an overall slick feel. The plot was a little weak, an Alpha Demon: Type 2 is brought back to Earth through a portal, courtesy of a not so nice doctor. Hmmm. The movies sound track was good, and fitted the appropriate moods suitably. The only problem with the sound was that it often drowned out the voices of the actors, so you may find yourself loosing thread of what's going on. However, what I found to be the movies most impressive feature, was its visual effects. Jimmy seems to have perfected the art of moving spheres to make them appear to 'flow' and give magic like effects (see screenshot). Another example of a great effect is when normality and life is restored to the land; colour flows back into the landscape and trees grow out of the ground - its fantastic. This has to be seen.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Alpha Z 3 [9.20 MB]
Alpha Z 3 Preview
Directed by: Jimmy Dean
Released: August 2001
Preview A cool preview for "Alpha Z: The Demon Inside". The follow up to the famous Alpha Z series and quite possibly the best one yet! The preview doesn't really tell you much about the story line though, but it does show off Jimmy's excellent 3dmm skills. Very smooth character and camera movement and good custom scenes. Definitely worth a download, and I suggest watching out for the final thing when it comes out.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Alpha Z 3 Preview [439 KB]
Alternate Vlarion 2
Directed by: Aaron Haynes
Released: December 2000
Preview If you've seen the original, Vlarion 2, then you will know exactly what's going on here because it's exactly the same as Vlarion 2 throughout, right until the end. Now-a-days this movie doesn't really compare to the latest 3dmm releases. All the ideas are in the right places, but the lack of voices, camera changes, animation and detail as well as an abundance of pre-made scenes and midi's drag the mark right down. I found it interesting how Aaron tried to make a movie more 'game' like though. It's an original concept that didn't totally fail to please. Overall a very average movie - voicing would have improved this movie tenfold, mind. NOTE: To understand the plot, you may need to download the original Vlarion series which can be found on this site.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Alternate Vlarion 2 [1.40 MB]
Alternate Vlarion 3
Directed by: Aaron Haynes
Released: March 2002
Preview A hugely underrated movie, when it was first released many people refused to watch it because of the text boxes and long scenes with no camera changes. These people don't know what they're missing. Alternate Vlarion 3 is a great movie with awesome action scenes, a complex plot that keeps you gripped, and although it is not always perfect (The scenery isn't the best, and sometimes the long scenes are an annoyance.), it is still the best RPG-ish movie out there. I recommended it! NOTE: To understand the plot, you may need to download the original Vlarion series and Alternate Vlarion 2, all of which can be found on this site.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Alternate Vlarion 3 [2.94 MB]
Alternate Vlarion 4 - The Heavens Collide Trailer
Directed by: Aaron Haynes
Released: December 2004
Preview The trailer for one of the most anticipated movies in 3dmm history. Sadly, this will be the last in the long established fantasy/drama series, but then again, it will bring with it some exciting closure. Despite it being a very short and non-revealing trailer, it is without-a-doubt one of the most gorgeous and fantastic looking 3dmm creations ever. I think it is safe to say that it will also be the best addition to the series and also one of Aarons greatest achievements. Only a trailer, yes, but it is a must download. Just take my advice and please ensure that you have a coshion under your chin when you watch this. It is home to some of the best 3dmm eye candy know to man and you're going to need something to soften the landing of your jaw on the desk. I can't wait for the movie!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Alternate Vlarion 4 - The Heavens Collide Trailer [1.29 MB]
Alternate Vlarion 4 Teaser
Directed by: Aaron Haynes
Released: October 2003
Preview The previous Vlarion movies were released quite a while back now, and another addition to the series is more than welcome even if I never really followed the series. Titled a teaser, that is all it is. I sports some very nice effects though - especially the walking silhouette and the 'old film' look. Very nice. Watch out for any trailers and/or the final movie!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Alternate Vlarion 4 Teaser [290 KB]
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 1, The
Directed by: Will Maltby, Chris Ward
Released: May 2000
Preview A well made series of comedy movies. When the movies originally hit the scene back in April 2000, Chris and Will tried to release a new episode every week, reflecting any community related happenings. Purposely made short 'n' sweet, this is hilarious - accompanied by some great action with the usual Will Maltby effects. Chris and Will (playing themselves) do a great job with the voices. I recommend you download the entire series. Top stuff!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 1, The [534 KB]
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 2, The
Directed by: Will Maltby, Chris Ward
Released: May 2000
Preview The second in the famous series. More of the same. Funnier and more entertaining than episode 1 - so again, a definite download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 2, The [692 KB]
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 3, The
Directed by: Will Maltby, Chris Ward
Released: May 2000
Preview The eagerly awaited 3rd in the series, Guest starring Matt McGowen. Another classic episode, they just keep getting better!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 3, The [869 KB]
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 4, The
Directed by: Will Maltby, Chris Ward
Released: May 2000
Preview The 4th part stars special guests Space Goat and Sims Odom. This is better and longer still than the last episodes.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 4, The [734 KB]
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 5, The
Directed by: Will Maltby, Chris Ward
Released: May 2000
Preview The 5th and what was sadly the last installment in the series. The best yet and certainly the longest running. Guest starring Space Goat and Tuna Hematoma. I WANT MORE!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Amazing Adventures of Chris & Will 5, The [1.15 MB]
Amazing Grace
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: December 2002
Preview The weird but wonderful world of the one and only fish never failed to surprise me. This is about as random as you can get. There's snow, some kid takes his sledge out and that's about all I can work out. Odd.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Amazing Grace [862 KB]
Amazingly Pointless Adventures of Gustave, The
Directed by: Will BR
Released: September 2001
Preview Heh. The first in an action/comedy series of shorts, and really, the first complete, decent movie from Will! This episode, titled 'Jail Break' shows how Gustave breaks out of jail (why he has been imprisoned we don't know). The scenery and animation throughout is nice - there's even some moving camera. Final verdict: nice movie short from Will BR which is worth the download. Look out for future episodes.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Amazingly Pointless Adventures of Gustave, The [584 KB]
America: Land of the Screwed
Directed by: Jon Hudak
Released: December 2004
Preview This seems to be a sort of public service announcement, telling us that the United States is fucked up. It’s really short, and really shitty, the music even sucks. Honestly… who makes this stuff? Review by Patrick Bernardo.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
America: Land of the Screwed [1.48 MB]
Ammo 2
Directed by: Jack Ward
Released: May 2005
Preview A well enough done movie for me to give it a reasonable review. The plot is fairly basic, just a guy running from the police. The scenery although is handmade isn't the best I've ever seen, and the actor movements were a little jerky. There were no voices in this movie and the sound effects weren't terribly good. The music also didn't fit but overall I did want to know what happened at the end. Not too bad but there are better action movies. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Ammo 2 [1.68 MB]
Ammunition Unlimited (unfinished)
Directed by: Guy Collins
Released: March 2001
Preview Another, albeit old, Pointless Action Movie, this time taking place presumably somewhere in the future, about a man who is for apparently no reason charging through a big building and killing everyone in a way that's less Tom Clancy, more Die Hard. Aside from the wonderful action sequences and nice little futuristic touches, this movie is nothing but your average joe PAM. However, if you are a fan of the genre, then this is the ultimate for you. Take it or leave it. It's your choice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Ammunition Unlimited (unfinished) [5.00 MB]
Anders Borgs Final Round
Directed by: Anders Borg
Released: May 2005
Preview This for the final round of the animation tounament, however, something went wrong so Anders decided to release his final entry by itself. Anyway, I'm pretty sure this entry would have won, it's amazing! Anders has shown us the best animating in his Rayman character yet and easily shows the his Rayman movie will be pure gold. Rayman is angry at Tom Bown and Skitch for their entries into previous animation rounds and decides to pay them a visit. However, a slight air accident turns this animation into a wacky adventure full of vengence, murder and skating and space. This definitely proves that Anders is one of the most talented animators in the community at the moment. Backed up by great scenery excellently chosen voices, it is safe yo say Rayman's real big movie debut is going to be brilliant. It's a shame the entire final round of the tournament wasn't completed by all participants but never the less, this is an awesome consolation prize! Great job Anders. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Anders Borgs Final Round [3.19 MB]
Andres De La Hoz's Unfinished Work
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: January 2003
Preview This is great. A compilation of Andres De La Hoz's unfinished work. There's a total of 8 previously unseen titles, including, 'Dead Heart in a Dead World 2', 'Children Of The Night 2' and an untitled war film that I really like the look of (see screenshot). It's a shame that Andres never found the inspiration to finish a lot of these titles - but he does explain this to us at the beginning. Everything has a very cinematic feel to it. Good music, interesting animation and fabulous scenery make it very atmospheric too. A definite download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Andres De La Hoz's Unfinished Work [3.42 MB]
Andres De La Hoz's Unfinished Work II
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: January 2003
Preview This is the second compilation of Andres's unfinished work made available for the first time. It features a number of interesting titles, largely abandoned because Andres felt that he was being a bit too ambitious. Included is his original festival movie, 'Dual', 'A Call To Arms DVD' and a couple more of otherwise unheard of animations. I noticed that the main focus of the ideas were for surreal dramas, as opposted to the majority of the content being action based like in the first compilation. It's always nice to 'get into' a directors head and see how they work, and this does the job perfectly. No matter what you may think of him, Andres is a brillant director. He is a master at creating interesting animation - the eye never gets bored - and everything has a very real sense of cinematography. It's a shame some of these promising titles will never see the light of day because each and everyone one of them reak of quality.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Andres De La Hoz's Unfinished Work II [5.85 MB]
Andres the Fortune Teller
Directed by: Matt McGowan
Released: January 2001
Preview A fairly pointless short by Matt McGowan, Andres the Fortune Teller features what one can only assume to be Andres de la Hoz as some sort of mystic inviting us to come to a reading. There's not much more story than that. The movie contains some moving cameras, but nothing to get excited about. The visuals are there, but not the star of the show. However, there is no other star of this show. The dialogue features the worst Andres imitation yet, and that's about it. McGowan appears to have created this as a hate/experimentation movie, and there's not much there to warrent a download. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Andres the Fortune Teller [504 KB]
Andres' 3dmm Folder
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: August 2004
Preview This is just as it says on the tin (well, zip); Andres' 3dmm folder. Contained within is a load of unfinished work (Work In Progress), experiments (Random Shit) and old work (Old Crap). It's all previously unseen footage - some of which is very impressive. The most interesting and promising piece for me was the comic book-style movie, Satanik. It mimics the look and feel of a comic book that added a great sense of style the movie. You may not like him, but you gotta love his work... A recommended download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Andres' 3dmm Folder [6.18 MB]
Andrew Neilson SUPERSTAR
Directed by: Space Goat
Released: December 1998
Preview I'm not sure what to say about this movie. Bad? Pretty. Insane? Yes. Has unnecessary use of Rammstein music? Oh, for sure. But I still don't know what I can possibly write about a movie that involves Adam Sandler communists and Barney the Dinosaur. If you want a bit of retro-stupidity, this movie's for you.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Andrew Neilson SUPERSTAR [3.36 MB]
Ange Gardien
Directed by: Mike Johnston
Released: December 2003
Preview I've never seen anything by Mike Johnston before, and this was a very pleasant surprise. A nice little short about guardian angels, with lovely fitting music, and clean, fresh animation and scenes. Good job, I enjoyed it very much. However, the only drawback of the movie was because of the 'fading' scenes, and i felt they took your attention away from the movie alot. Great stuff, Mike.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Ange Gardien [955 KB]
Angel
Directed by: Andrew Salter
Released: May 2005
Preview A brilliant first movie from our very own Andrew Salter, following the journey of a boy called Junior. Junior is contacted by an angel who gives Junior the responsibility of a particular mission. The plot is fairly shaky and the addition of small sub-plots doesn't really provide any support. I found the apparent and love interest between the angel and Junior was a little bizarre and random and ultimately, unnecessary. The same goes for the face-off between Junior and The Ku Klux Klan. Juniors victorious speech worked it's magic way too idealistically - but hey, this is 3dmm, not Hollywood. The 'feel' of Angel was very much fresh - a charm that only a new director can assume. It had an untainted air about it; it is honest and uncorrupt. The fact that Andrew is relatively new in the community would largely explain this. Andrew made use of the benefits v3dmm has to offer directors. Everything fits well together, and the style Andrew went for is very much true to the movie itself. Somethings weren't brilliantly constructed and the animation wasn't always the definition of 'slick 'N smooth'. This only boils down to the lack of experience Andrew has with the program, and it is more than likely that he will improve. It is obvious that he has a certain skill, and for a first movie this is an outstanding effort. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Angel [7.57 MB]
Angelic Ambiance
Directed by: Brandon Savoie
Released: December 2002
Preview A voiceless tear-jerker from Brandon, with awesome music taken from the original Donkey Kong on the SNES (Aquatic Ambiance). Simple animation - but nothing fancy is really required. Cool movie.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Angelic Ambiance [1.32 MB]
Animation Tournament East Division: Round 1
Directed by: Beast, various community members
Released: May 2004
Preview The first of the East Round of the gargantuan Animation Tournmanet devised by none other than the Beast himself, the entries in this compilation range from crap to coolio as you sit down and watch the range of animators battle it out for a place at the tops. My personal favourites were Doughboy's, HMC's and Denny's entries. Download now.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Animation Tournament East Division: Round 1 [2.37 MB]
Animation Tournament East Division: Round 2
Directed by: Beast, various community members
Released: July 2004
Preview The tounrey has returned, and this time with a vengeance. Being the very first AT episode to do voice reviews, you'll find this episode to be a lot more compelling than your average animation competition. Best entries: Definitely Z-Man and Denny Betterman.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Animation Tournament East Division: Round 2 [5.31 MB]
Animation Tournament East Division: Round 3
Directed by: Beast, various community members
Released: October 2004
Preview Back for it's third and most recent installment, the Animation Tournament is back, packing a serious punch of mind blowing animation. The animation shorts contained within this movie are honestly the best of the best. As ever, the clips are truly fantastic and creative. Leslie Wai's entry was easily my favorite, something of a short movie in it's own right, worthy of a top mark! Voice reviews are back, yet I still couldn't shake the feeling that the overall presentation was a little chaotic. Nevertheless, a fantastic showcase and something to watch if you feel like dribbling or are considering a 3dmm retirement.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Animation Tournament East Division: Round 3 [15.34 MB]
Animation Tournament West Division: Round 1
Directed by: Beast, various community members
Released: February 2004
Preview I've been keeping my eye on this piece ever since it was just an idea. When I heard that some of the top 3dmm'ers in the community were going to battle it out in an animation tournament, I couldn't help but get a little excited. Round 1 (Yay! There's gonna be more!), has been expertly crafted, and the quality of the entries is top notch. A 'must' download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Animation Tournament West Division: Round 1 [2.06 MB]
Animation Tournament West Division: Round 2
Directed by: Beast, various community members
Released: March 2004
Preview Down to the semi-finals in the west division, with entries from Pogo, Skitch, Anders Borg, and Thomas Bown. The little intros before each round were very good, and in my opinion, the presentation is even better then when Aaron did it in Round 1. The entries themselves were of a much higher quality as well. Skitch's entry was good, but by far the best was Anders Borg's amazing entry against Thomas Bown, which should be immortalized in 3dmm history. Overall much better then the first, and something everyone should download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Animation Tournament West Division: Round 2 [3.40 MB]
Animation Tournament West Division: Round 3
Directed by: Beast, various community members
Released: May 2004
Preview The final Round of the animation tournament's West Division, and what a way to end! Two absolutely perfect pieces of animation here, possibly the best ever seen in 3dmm! Skitch's involved great HmC animation and humour, while Anders' is spooky, sublime, sassy, and sexy, with the best fight scene done in 3dmm. Ever. There is also a sort of mini-entry by Beast, with a cel-shaded Skitch and Anders fighting. Overall, this is a must download!
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Animation Tournament West Division: Round 3 [2.45 MB]
Annual Movie Making Competition 2
Directed by: Mathieu Riley
Released: March 2003
Preview Number 2? I don't ever remember there being a first one! Anyway's, this is an original idea for a movie, where each contestant must create a movie with no more or no less than 333 frames. These mini-movies are then compiled into one and played consecutively. It is then up to members of the community to vote for the best entry. You can do that here. This years participants were Tom Braithwaite, Gavin Owers and Mathieu Riley. It could have be really cool if so many people who said they would make an entry actually did. There's always next year...
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Annual Movie Making Competition 2 [1.65 MB]
Another Bloody Gustave Movie
Directed by: Sean McGarvey
Released: November 2002
Preview A nice beginning here keeping in line with other gustave action movies. Though not much thought was put into the music alignment as it jumps and stops and starts. Other than that the action is fast paced and most bits are pretty well animated. But there is no plot and a few default scenes which stop it getting anything higher than a 6/10 rating.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Another Bloody Gustave Movie [1.14 MB]
Anthology
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: February 2001
Preview This is an anthology of clips from most of Andres' movies from 1999 and 2000. The standard is very high all throughout the anthology and it even includes glimpses at work from some of Andres' upcoming 2001 projects. Music from Nevermore and Iron Savior suit the high-pace/dramatic style.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Anthology [3.94 MB]
Antonio the Bumb, The
Directed by: Jason Ruiz
Released: August 1998
Preview One of Jason Ruiz's earlier movies, Antonio the Bumb consists of a vague plotline that involves a man (the title character) in his singular fight for justice... or is it revenge? The plot is never developed, and consists thereafter of several fight scenes. The movie exists almost primarily in default scenery, though there were a few early attempts at custom scenery that do their part, however basic they may be. The voice acting is below average. It's hard to understand the dialogue, which contributed to the overall confusion in the movie. The sound effects consisted of 3DMM default sounds and one very overused scream. The music was also entirely default. If you're hungry for the good old days, look no further than here, but if you're past that, you can steer clear of this movie. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Antonio the Bumb, The [858 KB]
Antonio the Bumb 2, The
Directed by: Jason Ruiz
Released: December 1998
Preview An unfinished Jason Ruiz film, Antonio the Bumb 2 is another outing with Ruiz's vaguely developed action character. The plot of this second outing involves an Offspring concert and a drug and weapons trade. The meat of the film are the action scenes that are well done. An energetic car chase (for no apparant reason, I might add) opens up the film, and captures the right energy for a car chase. The scenery of this movie is made up mostly of squashed shapes, but there are some textured scenes as well making up part of it. The sound is the worst aspect of the movie, consisting of overly loud Offspring music drowning out other sound effects and dialogue. The movie is better served without the music, and stopping and restarting to hear the dialogue makes the movie play better. An improvement from the last installment, but the fact that it is unfinished leaves little substance to the movie. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Antonio the Bumb 2, The [3.56 MB]
Apfigur's Very Own Magazine #1
Directed by: Martin Hagrot
Released: May 2004
Preview Here we have some sort of joke movie, and that's a good thing, when it comes from Apfigure. His very unique sense of humor will put a smile across your face, and if not, make you laugh out loud on several occasions. The animation was mediocre, as were most other aspects of the film, but the voices were what kept my attention. Dramatically, once again mediocre, but when it comes to humor, they were top notch! I highly recommend this movie if you're very bored and feel like a nice chuckle.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Apfigur's Very Own Magazine #1 [1.24 MB]
Apfigur's Very Own Magazine #2
Directed by: Martin Hagrot
Released: July 2004
Preview Much better than the last, and like the last, most of the laughs come at the end. So if you can sit through Super Chicken Girl's incredibly painful 379 frames, you'll get a good laugh. Original and fun, I highly recommend this movie for the silly child in all of us.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Apfigur's Very Own Magazine #2 [1.82 MB]
Apocalypse
Directed by: Robert Domke
Released: March 2000
Preview Borrowing ideas and plots details HEAVILY from the mega-budget Hollywood flick 'Armageddon', 'Apocalypse' tells the story of an asteroid on a collision course with Earth. If it were to hit the planet, it would undoubtably destroy all life in very much the same fashion that is said to have happened in the age of dinosaurs. The worlds only hope is a group of trailer-trash oil-drillers (even though no drilling is involved) who must land a nuclear bomb on the asteroid in the aim to blow it to smytherines. Hang on, when I said it 'borrows' ideas from 'Armageddon' I lied. This is the 3dmm counterpart. It's clear Domke worked hard to lovingly recreate a genuine look and feel to it. The problem is though, I think he must have lost steam soon after starting the project. The story is abreviated way too much - the movies goes from 'just starting' all the way to 'just ending' in such a short space of time. The story looses it's own substance that it worked so hard to establish in the first few scenes and all too quickly the 'o so abrupt ending is almost thrown upon us. I felt cheated and disappointed. This is a Hollywood rip-off that could have been something great.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Apocalypse [6.08 MB]
Apology
Directed by: Ben Williams
Released: August 2001
Preview I'm a great fan of all Ben Williams' work - he is one of my favorite directors, and so when he announced on the BB that he was going to make and release a movie in 4 days, I got quite exited. 4 whole days I waited, when finally, just before Ben jetted off to America for his summer holidays, he released it. And, as usual, it was great (could we really expect anything less from Ben?!) The story line was neat, and accompanying sounds and music worked perfectly. Animation was again, good, and scenery was nicely detailed. People complaining about there being no good new movies around, are very much mistaken. This is great. Download now. Oh, and there is also a little 'bonus' movie included as a separate movie.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Apology [1.91 MB]
Apparent Lack of a Sniper @ Bob the Ninja's HQ, The
Directed by: Bob The Ninja
Released: July 2002
Preview A very cool and fast paced action movie. The animation begins very poorly but improves throughout. The plot is nothing special but is told quickly and with lots of jokes. A very respectable movie but I didn't get the last phone conversation at all.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Apparent Lack of a Sniper @ Bob the Ninja's HQ, The [1.90 MB]
Assassin, The
Directed by: Matt Allen
Released: April 2005
Preview A very newbie-ish movie here, full of stolen music, bad scenery and animation, a thin plot, and overall retardation. There wasn't a single original idea in this movie, and the execution was very poor. Don't download this movie. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Assassin, The [1.05 MB]
Assassin @ Vivalavova HQ, The
Directed by: Xclexski
Released: August 2001
Preview Not another assassination movie I hear you cry! As with all the assassination/sniper movies, a community member is being targeted - the title usually always tells you who. They are then pursued until their life is brought to an end. Well, that has explained what this type of genre is all about, what about the movie? Well, I have seen several movies of this genre, and to be honest a lot of them are pretty lame - poor scenery, jumpy animation etc. etc. This movie is great though! The scenery is awesome, and excellently detailed (particularly the choppers!!) and for the majority of the time, the moving camera is slick and smooth. The special effects are great! I particularly like the searchlights lighting effects on the hedge's. A bloody marvelous assassin movie. Download now!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Assassin @ Vivalavova HQ, The [1.45 MB]
Assassin at the Stupid Fucking N00b Headquarters
Directed by: Cal Flavell
Released: April 2003
Preview An awesome movie by Cal here. An unknown assassin infiltrates the "stupid fucking n00b headquarters" and guess what?! Inside are all the n00bs of the BB! Cal starts of with a horror type of movie resolving in fast action and killings. The scenery is good and the camera movements are done perfectly. Some parts are hilarious as aswell! Overall this is an excellent piece of work. A basic storyline with awesome action provides for me the right entertainment I need to get through the day.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Assassin at the Stupid Fucking N00b Headquarters [2.34 MB]
Assassins
Directed by: Christian Rochmann
Released: May 1998
Preview Assassins is a film from the old days, and it pretty much looks it. The story involves a government agency sending an assassin to kill another assassin who is out to kill top level government officials. The rest of the movie involves a fight scene between these two assassins. As far as visuals go, the movie is entirely default scenery, but to its credit, it’s a good use of the defaults. There are several fight scenes involving gun shooting, all of which are put together decently. The sound is ok. Music is MIDI based, but mostly custom MIDIs. The sound effects of the guns are well done. Overall, Assassins looks like one of the sample movies that came bundled with the game, but it’s very bad in terms of today’s standards. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Assassins [180 KB]
Assassins 2
Directed by: Christian Rochmann
Released: December 1998
Preview If you've seen Assassins, you're in familiar territory here. The story of Assassins 2 involves our assassin having to kill three people before his parents are killed by some mysterious kidnappers. There's not much more than that. There's at least an attempt at custom scenery here, but not enough story or compelling action to make it a worthwhile watch. The sound effects are still good, but the voices are muddy and spotty. Overall, it's a very small step up from the first, but not enough to increase its rating, unless you're in a nostalgic mood. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Assassins 2 [853 KB]
Assault
Directed by: Santiago Miglionico
Released: June 2002
Preview A pointless action movie from Santiago and it is very good. The music is good and animation and sound effects too. The only things i can complain about is two things; camera angles and voices. The camera angles is very boring, its almost only from the one side. and voices - well, they sound very childish, if you know what i mean. Other than that, its a good movie so i'll give it 6.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Assault [2.74 MB]
Asylum
Directed by: Andres Da La Hoz
Released: December 1999
Preview It is hard to find a good 3D movie maker horror film these days, so I always enjoy looking back at some of the older ones. To me, the one film that comes to mind when I think of 3dmm horror is Andres De La Hoz's "Asylum". Craig is a serial killer who has been sentenced to an Asylum located on the outskirts of the city due to alleged mental insanity. However, it's not long after Craig is at the Asylum when all-Hell begins to break loose... literally! Unfournatley, Craig and the people within the Asylum won't just have to worry about just saving their lives, but trying to maintain what's left of their sanity as Hell begins to merge with the Asylum. The story is different from your other typical nearly plot-less blood and guts 3dmm flicks; there is a lot of well plotted suspense and dynamics between the characters, and also is one of the few 3dmm films to have evil (in this case, the serial killer Craig) confront an unearthly evil. At times I wish alot more could've been done with the story, but even so, the story itself is pretty darn good. Since this is an old 3dmm film, there is alot of old animation and style techniques evident throughout the film. However, Asylum is one of the many 3dmm movies which used new techniques which at the time were considered a breakthrough in 3dmm creation. So even though the film is dated, it still has a bit of shine to it. The sound effects includes scary unearthly sounds and suspenseful music, which really add to the suspense factor in this film. Although the same can't really be said for the voices which I feel were a bit rugged considering the small amount of voice actors providing voices for the movie. All-in-all, "Asylum" is one of the few films which can truly be considered a true '3dmm horror'. Of course, since so much more could've been done with this film I felt something was missing to really consider this film a perfect one. That feeling still stays with me and may haunt me for a while. But who knows, maybe this film might leave you thinking differently. "Asylum" may have its flaws, but to me this is what 3dmm horror films ought to accomplish. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Asylum [3.19 MB]
Avengence (unfinished)
Directed by: Fat Puppy
Released: January 2003
Preview A nice start to an extremely unfinished movie. To start with it is nicely animated very smoothly and extremely well chosen angles. The plot is average but the animation makes it better. The music starts off good, but then becomes poorly chosen and synchronized. The main improvements I think could've been made would to have sound effects and voices, because they give so much more life to a movie. But as this is unfinished I believe that they would've been added at a later date. Good fun watch though.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Avengence (unfinished) [1.24 MB]
Avengence Teaser
Directed by: Fat Puppy
Released: November 2002
Preview A decent looking teaser here with extremely nice scenery. It is a good teaser because it hints at a plot without actually telling you, and makes you really want to see more. Very nicely done, shame there no sound effects though
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Avengence Teaser [260 KB]