B-Break
Directed by: Nick The Almighty
Released: August 2001
Preview A very nice and very short from Nick here and a movie I've been meaning to re-add for quite some time now (somehow, I didn't add it when I redesigned the site). I can't really comment on the content because doing so would spoil the effect - it really is that short. Needless to say; it's animated well with simple but effective scenery. Well worth watching as it's so repeatable.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
B-Break [208 KB]
Backwards Chain Movie
Directed by: Digital Taco, others
Released: August 2004
Preview Haha! This movie started out the comedy section of the festival, and very funny it was too! This was a little different to normal chain movies, as the last bit was made first, and people put their parts before the last persons. This could seemingly make a decent plot near-impossible, especially considering normal chain movies have none anyway. However, there was a solid plot here, and a very good one too. This is one of the funniest movies this year so far, with Dan Luke's and Fat Puppy's part being the highlights. The scenery and animation varies, but this is still the best 3dmm chain movie ever made. Download and enjoy!
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Backwards Chain Movie [6.67 MB]
Backwards Preview
Directed by: Greg Goodwin
Released: September 2001
Preview This is apparently the guys first film, and a bloody excellent it looks too! Really! This film looks like it's going to be awesome. All scenes are premade. They are extremely well crafted and detailed throughout - they are even animated. There is even a bloody chopper! WOW! The music fits the films action perfectly. No plot details as such are given away in this preview. For the guys first film, this looks amazing. Look out for the actual movie on 3dmm Studio when it is released.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Backwards Preview [440 KB]
Backyard Cemetery
Directed by: Andrew Murphy
Released: August 2000
Preview Very few 3dmm horror movies are actually scary but Andrew has done a very good job with this one. It's about a couple that moves into a house and are stalked by a psycho killer. There's only a couple of faults though that lessen the movie: the first is that it is too short, arghhh! Great concept but over wayyy too quickly. The second is that there isn't much use of scary music to set the atmosphere; you know, hair rising up on the back of your neck, arms breaking out in goosebumps and your palms turning all sweaty. But apart from this, it's quite a good horror.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Backyard Cemetery [2.84 MB]
Backyard Cemetery 2
Directed by: Andrew Murphy
Released: August 2000
Preview This one I thought was actually scarier - I don't know if there was a competition between Andrew and David to see who could make the scarier movie but if there was, I think David won... reason is, this sequel has the scary music which the original lacked. I still think it was over way too quickly though but maybe that's because I liked the storyline better. In any case, the haunted house from the original movie is reopened as a Halloween attraction; and a mysterious woman is around as well. I thought the voices were generally good and the dialogue right on the mark from what I saw.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Backyard Cemetery 2 [5.92 MB]
Bad Demeanor
Directed by: Leslie Wai
Released: December 2002
Preview Who is Leslie Wai?! Eh? Coz this is one cool movie - especially for a newbie (or so we're told at the end of the movie). Honestly, it's great, even if it is unfortunately incomplete. Right from the cool intro, to the 'final' scene, this movie was nicely paced and fun to watch. Some of the animation techniques were nice, with music that fitted well - he even composed some of it himself. Expect great things from this newbie... and if you're reading this Leslie, please finish it and send it in!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bad Demeanor [2.87 MB]
Baked Goods 1
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: December 2000
Preview At long last the first episode is here! Baked Goods is a 3dmm community talkshow with skits, interviews and segments. Now for some ass kis-err, I mean truth-telling! Brad has captured the feel of talk-shows perfectly. From the visually enjoyable entrance of Matt, Brad and Steven, the mood was set for laughs. The show's set is not amazingly complex but it does look good and fits the purpose. Funny (and interesting) interviews feature scenes from one of that director's movies while the interview voiceovers play as well as the entertaining 'Terry' sketch, Cool3dmmshit.com announcement and more. The show ends with an amusing song by Matt McGowan. Overall then, this show is great. More skits in the future would improve it, plus Bryn needs to have a better story next time. Well worth the download time.

Updated review: The old and original comedy talk/sketch show from the legendary 'Fresh from the Oven Studios' team. It works very well and the sketches and stuff are really quite good. The interviews with guest stars is perhaps a bit too serious at times (for a 3dmm movie), though Brad assures me that he will avoid this in future episodes. The is definitely a recommended download - be sure to check out the rest of the episodes. Many other 3dmm directors have since had a go at their own 3dmm talk shows. 3dmm Mole, 3dmm Evil and 3dmm United to name a few.

Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Baked Goods 1 [6.48 MB]
Baked Goods 2
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: March 2001
Preview The second in this golden oldie series. Brad's constant bitching throughout this episode about how he got so little feedback on the first installment was actually done in a very funny way. It's a bit dull and slow at the start, and Jeff's top 10 movie critiquing is just that - a straight top 10 list with no laughs, but those are the only flaws/bores. I think this episode benefited alot from Brad having to do the larger portion of it himself rather than using people's sent in bits. I remember when this was released, people were horrified by the download size of this movie. Heh, how times change. A compulsory download. Better than the first one in my opinion.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Baked Goods 2 [9.42 MB]
Baked Goods 2.5
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: April 2001
Preview A shorter offering from Brossy and the crew this time round, however, it's quite probably the best yet. It's fast paced, loud, and above all funny. It's quite refreshing to see genuinely hilarious comedy in 3dmm - especially and oldie. Highly recommended.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Baked Goods 2.5 [2.78 MB]
Baked Goods 3
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: October 2001
Preview The third in the 'Baked Goods' series from the Aussie team (well actually it's the fourth baked goods movie). It's not wonderful, I have to be honest, but it is good. Some of the skits actually really let it down though, and in general the pace is just far too slow. However, there are some nice fast punchy skits in there and they work well, but most of the stuff is just 'ok'. My favourite bit has to be the "Mary Jane and Bud" skit which was made hilarious by the excellent voice acting by whoever played the black guy. Anyway, a solid movie. Baked Goods fans should get this. Not as good as 2.5, but you'll enjoy it. Lots.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Baked Goods 3 [6.99 MB]
Baked Goods: Unseen Collection
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: June 2005
Preview Brad Ross is known as the creator of many films. Some great, some bad. Even so, his "Baked Goods" movies are one of the major factors that have made Brad such a popular director. But in making movies, some things just don't make it or are cut from the final film before its release. This special collection released by Brad Ross himself is filled with never before seen clips from his Baked Goods movies. The collection itself contains an unfinished version of the special Baked Good's/Shit Movie Showcase crossover, unused skits, sounds, and other little tidbits. All of these make the collection a mixed bag, some of the content is good, while others are bad. However, there is a high chance you may find something you may enjoy. This collection like I said is a mixed bag, but if you want to take a behind to scenes look at what happened to the things that never officially became a part of the "Baked Goods" movies, I suggest you take a look. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Baked Goods: Unseen Collection [8.20 MB]
Baked Goods Promotion
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: November 2000
Preview Very very amusing little promo for this hot-looking show coming soon from FFTOS. The animation is pretty sweet and this looks like a show that, with your support, will be an instant classic.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Baked Goods Promotion [710 KB]
BAM!
Directed by: Kim Turley
Released: August 2002
Preview This is the first ever movie made by a non-japanese person using the Doraemon Expansion Pack. It is short and sweet, and shows some of the scenes/characters/sounds that the expansion pack offers. This movie like, Bongo The Traveller has started a series that has caught on in the community.A movie that will go down in 3dmm history, so download now.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
BAM! [14.4 KB]
BAM! 2
Directed by: Tuffe John
Released: August 2002
Preview A very funny sequel to my original BAM! movie. It just shows how much people actually hate the Doraemon characters. Hehe!
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
BAM! 2 [133 KB]
BAM! 2: Redux
Directed by: Tuffe John
Released: August 2002
Preview Another cool Doraemon movie in which two of the characters have a kung fu fight. Nice but still using the default scenes.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
BAM! 2: Redux [255 KB]
BAM! 3
Directed by: Alan Wright
Released: August 2002
Preview In keeping with the series, the Doraemon characters now start yelling abuse at each other. It is very funny although short.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
BAM! 3 [10 KB]
BAM! 4
Directed by: Demented Ferret
Released: September 2002
Preview A painfully bad addition to the series here. I am ashamed to put this up as it is that bad. The only good thing about it is the logo at the start. Oh and it's very short.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
BAM! 4 [14 KB]
BAM! 5
Directed by: Demented Ferret
Released: September 2002
Preview A much better one here from Demented Ferret with a funny fight between the two characters. I laughed at this one and the animation aint too bad either.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
BAM! 5 [37 KB]
BAM! 6: Boombox Sabotage
Directed by: Tuffe John
Released: September 2002
Preview Wow, hilarious one if you've been watching the series. An unexpected event happens and it's very funny. Best of the series so far. Very nice scenery too.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
BAM! 6: Boombox Sabotage [203 KB]
BAM! 7
Directed by: Robert Domke
Released: September 2002
Preview This one was good but didn't really introduce any new ideas into the series and wasn't very funny. A nice try though, at least it wasn't hideously long and boring.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
BAM! 7 [121 KB]
BAM! 8: BAM! BAM! BAM! Wroom & Wroom
Directed by: Tuffe John
Released: September 2002
Preview This was very funny also and continued the series well. The scenery is also good, and the animation was above average. A very good attempt as-well.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
BAM! 8: BAM! BAM! BAM! Wroom & Wroom [298 KB]
BAM! 9: Suneo
Directed by: Tuffe John
Released: September 2002
Preview Also very funny, this series is making me think that it'd be good to make a BAM compilation movie of them all. This particular one has a cool fly-round and a funny ending. Too short though.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
BAM! 9: Suneo [294 KB]
BAM! 10: A Taste of Their Own Medicine
Directed by: James Harris
Released: September 2002
Preview A reasonably good movie from James Harris here. 3DMM gets it's revenge on Doraemon.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
BAM! 10: A Taste of Their Own Medicine [264 KB]
BAM! 11
Directed by: Sblaka Productions
Released: September 2002
Preview Short but funny BAM! episode here. Custom scenery would've been nice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
BAM! 11 [14 KB]
BAM! 12
Directed by: Jonathan Anson
Released: September 2002
Preview A much better movie here by Jonny Anson. I liked the use of the Doraemon scene to make the splat effect. Nice.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
BAM! 12 [24 KB]
BAM! 13
Directed by: Shadow The Hedgehog
Released: September 2002
Preview A funny BAM! movie here. It was good to see something different happen and the ending was predictable but funny. A nice effort however.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
BAM! 13 [293 KB]
BAM! 14
Directed by: Sblaka Productions
Released: September 2002
Preview A much funnier BAM! episode from Sblaka here, where the Doraemon animal explores his surroundings.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
BAM! 14 [157]
BAM! 15
Directed by: Sblaka Productions
Released: September 2002
Preview Another short but funny Bam episode here where the Doraemon animal becomes Sonic or something. Custom scenery would've been nice and a plot too.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
BAM! 15 [165 KB]
BAM! 16
Directed by: Sblaka Productions
Released: September 2002
Preview Very short and not very funny episode here. People should really stop making these, it's getting lame!
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
BAM! 16 [27 KB]
BAM! Extreme
Directed by: Logan Aube
Released: January 2003
Preview This one is my favorite BAM. It is very well made and animation is great. As the other BAM's it involves much killing, hehe. The music is well chosen, and so is the sound effects. I recommend this if you like BAM's.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
BAM! Extreme [659 KB]
BAM! Hardk0re
Directed by: Rick Trimble
Released: January 2003
Preview Another good Bam movie, but not much new added to make a brilliant movie. The scenes were well mixed with pre-made and custom stuff, although some scenes were download from explode productions. On the whole a pretty decent movie however, and a fun watch if you like violence.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
BAM! Hardk0re [927 KB]
BAM! Revenge
Directed by: Logan Aube
Released: January 2003
Preview Logan's second BAM and it sure is good. The music is really awesome, hehe. The miniguns and animation is as good as the first one Logan made. If you like BAM's download this.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
BAM! Revenge [157 KB]
Banning of Tucker, The
Directed by: Rubin Ridley
Released: September 2003
Preview A short death/hate movie inspired by, well... the banning of Tucker! I wont say anything else, just download and watch. If you've been reading the comical thread on the bulletin board this will appeal to you. Nicely constructed, and the slow-motion card perfected to a tee!
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Banning of Tucker, The [898 KB]
Ban the Helper
Directed by: Luis Badano
Released: February 2001
Preview More entertaining work from Luis Badano. A cat finds itself stuck up a tree and its owner calls for help - and Ban (Luis, it's his nickname you see) comes to the rescue. Kinda. This little short film contains a Matrix-esque combat sequence between the cat and Ban A great job from Luis.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Ban the Helper [587 KB]
Barry Shitface's Guide to Camping
Directed by: Yusof Ozkizil
Released: April 1998
Preview I never knew ol' Yusuf was British... actually, I'm not sure if he is, but he sounds a lot like Buzvonlurt now. Anyway, this old movie from a classic 3dmm director was made back in 1998, and it shows. The scenery is pretty much just a default scene and a tent. The animation is alright, I guess, and the voice had me laughing, but the dialogue wasn't really that funny. This is a good chance, however, to see one of the first classic directors at work. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Barry Shitface's Guide to Camping [712 KB]
Batman: The Dark Night Episode 1
Directed by: Ray Laferriere
Released: July 1999
Preview Batman, in 3D Movie Maker! This was a top movie in it's day. I'm surprised more people haven't done this type of thing since. Anyway... the movie has an original storyline (as far as I know, because I never watched the actual Batman show), and there's the usual affair of good guy vs bad guy, but with a few twists and turns. There is good use of music in the scenes you're supposed to pay attention to which I realised was stolen from Austin Powers, but it fits the mood of the movie really well. The animation and scenery is average, but for this type of movie it doesn't matter too much. The movie seems a little dated now-a-days, but you can tell that the director went to a lot of effort with this movie.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Batman: The Dark Night Episode 1 [2.20 MB]
Batman: The Dark Night Episode 2
Directed by: Ray Laferriere
Released: August 1999
Preview This kicks off from the cliffhanger ending the first Batman movie left us with. Again, the story is interesting, with a quirky concept. The dialogue fits this movie well. This time the movie delves into some comedy and light-hearted moments which pop up amidst the drama and action/adventure. Unfortunately, a few factors let this film down. The animation was often too fast to catch what was going on and the scenery was very basic. Even so, a 3dmm classic.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Batman: The Dark Night Episode 2 [6.67 MB]
Baywatch
Directed by: Tuffe John
Released: June 2000
Preview John made this awhile ago and it's nice to compare this to his much better current work such as When A Rat Dies. It really has no story this but is a bit of a short silly comedy. The handmade scenes are OK but the movie overall is average. See it for a comparison to how far John's come
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Baywatch [70 KB]
Beach with Dad
Directed by: Scott Walenty
Released: May 2000
Preview A fairly unfunny, lame comedy much like the others in the series. Dad family go to the beach, where the kid is given some leasons on how to lure girls. A black man also becomes the subject of subserviancy, playing the role of 'piss boy' for the day. I didn't think much of the voices, jokes, or scenery. Infact, I think it's rubbish.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Beach with Dad [859 KB]
Before We Go Charging Into War
Directed by: Ben Williams
Released: September 2001
Preview Quite a brilliant idea here. It’s very short, but hell, its nice and small. Recommended. Review by Duncan Piasecki.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Before We Go Charging Into War [729 KB]
Beheaded
Directed by: Dave Smith
Released: May 2000
Preview This movie was made last year. Hmmm... what can I say? This movie is so-so for today. Decent scenery, nice animation. I guess you could call it a classic. Well, this is a good horror movie and the end it pretty good seeing that is has better scenes.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Beheaded [6.22 MB]
Ben's Halloween
Directed by: Ben Rice
Released: October 2005
Preview Whenever watching something by Ben Rice, I always feel as though the intro and the credits are longer than the actual film. In this case it seems like a near certainty. Within the first two scenes you realise that it’s another of “those” movies. A movie with no plot, and a whole lot of shitty animation. Which, despite Rice’s best efforts, comes up quite short. Featuring classic Ben Rice hallmarks like, jumpy animation that seems to explode from nowhere, animation that doesn’t make sense, animation using needless dramatisation. So much so that it seems kind of sad. I mean, there were moments where I thought that it actually might lead somewhere, somewhere with some kind of meaning, but lamentably, this was not to be. It was pure mesh of frivolous animation stupidly mixed with scenes from movies that bear not even the slightest bit of relevance to Halloween. A Film Festival shouldn’t be a chance to slur out a movie of sub par quality just to fill space. Nice try Ben, But get back to work on ATOATM. Review by Advamc.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Ben's Halloween [1.22 MB]
Bernatrick Compilation, The
Directed by: Patrick Bernardo
Released: April 2005
Preview 3dmm Studio's very own Bernatrick shows off his talents with this compilation of random animations and unfinished movies. Bernatrick has a reputation for being an awesome 3dmmer, and it truly shows here. Eye-popping scenery, smooth and animation, and general awesome on everything makes for a great compilation by one of the community's most talented members. Too bad he never finishes anything. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Bernatrick Compilation, The [13.76 MB]
Best of Jim Weatherby
Directed by: Jim Weatherby
Released: October 2000
Preview A compilation of all Jim Weatherby's greatest animation's/scenes done in 3dmm. Not really a movie as such, more of a portfolio of work. However, its good... very good (see screenshot), animation is slick and smooth, and everything is beautifully constructed.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Best of Jim Weatherby [1.24 MB]
Best of Seeds of Toron, The
Directed by: Kevin Vicker
Released: December 2003
Preview This collection is a compilation of the first four seasons of 'Seeds of Toron', a little known science fiction series. Directed mostly by Jerry Waggleworth, this science fiction series borrows from various sci-fi mythology to construct a fun plotline. The plot is simple: an alien race constructs a space station above Earth to continue their race, as their planet is dying, and Earth hosts a unique atmosphere to their survival. A team of humans is given the assignment to study and ultimately think of a strategy of protecting Earth if neccessary. The trouble is, the series is very slow moving, and takes place in mostly single shot scenes, with actors talking without so much the aid of talk actions. It's as if Waggleworth constructed a series of set environments and hit the "new frame" action 799 times, imported them into the movie and added voices. The result is a boring visual experience, which does the series no justice. The voices are done very well. Most of the dialogue is clear, and acted well. The problem is, that is all the series has to keep it interesting. The music consists almost entirely of default MIDIs, many of which repeat over and over again. This series has potential to be entertaining fare, but the lack of visual appeal and the slow moving plotlines drags the show down more than it should. The download package is especially appealing because it is four seasons of the show in one big .3mm file. Download this for an interesting premise if you're hungry for science fiction. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Best of Seeds of Toron, The [9.46 MB]
Best of the Rest
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: December 2002
Preview This is a compilation of all Will Maltby's remaining work that hasn't previously been released. It is actually quite funny and does have some quality moments. Conceptually it's bad, in practice it's good. I think anyone will find this at least amusing and people who like Will's humor will probably like it alot.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Best of the Rest [1.01 MB]
Beware, Terrorists
Directed by: Caleb Gee
Released: October 2001
Preview This movie wouldn't have been classed as good 2 years ago, so why am I including it in the update? Because the director is nice. All the scenes are premade, apart from one - which isn't anything special (see screen). The character animation isn't great either. What about a plot? Well, a 'terrorist' plants several bombs in a building, it blows up, and then he gets shot...*ahem* Sounds? Well, MIDI's used through out (bad), and the voices are so quiet you can even hear them. Its file size isn't even that small for what it is. Final verdict: if all scenes were custom made, it wouldn't be too bad...
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Beware, Terrorists [216 KB]
Beware of the Dog
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: December 2000
Preview Ha! Brad Ross couldn't have been too bored to make this short flick. Simple story but very amusing with good scenes. The story is about a man encountering a little dog. It works fairly well, though it is very short. A great effort.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Beware of the Dog [269 KB]
Beyond
Directed by: Joe Tonks
Released: September 2001
Preview This is an extremely bizarre and weird movie... I think the director must have been on drugs when he actually made it. The movie shows Patrick (3dmm characters name) walking into only what I can describe as 'portals', each one taking him to a weirder place than before. It is apparently inspired by Blue Cactus, but I haven't seen that movie so I cant pass judgment. The movies music was stolen from Pikios' '3dmm Rebirth', and although good, it just didn't always seem fitting. The scenes and animation were pretty basic, but adequate, and again, totally bizarre. Not bad, and probably worth a look.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Beyond [960 KB]
Big Boom, The
Directed by: Nick BR
Released: March 2001
Preview You know a movie is bad when you fall asleep while watching it. And you know it's REALLY bad when you watch it without falling asleep and still don't get it. This below average action film has absolutely nothing that should prompt you to download it. Except the Br at the end, which reminds us of that jolly fella on the BB.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Big Boom, The [312 KB]
Big Brother Trailer
Directed by: Richard Bevis
Released: May 2005
Preview A well put together trailer here. The action appears to be more slapstick based humor, and while it works for short purposes, it remains to be seen how it can be carried out over the course of a whole movie. The action is fairly smooth, though there are occasional glitches where the character will suddenly move violently in a different direction, but not enough to detract from the experience. Scenery is also well constructed, though there was an abundance of default textures, and, while all right themselves, some areas would benefit from expansion textures to give the scenery a little lift. As far as trailers go, this one provides character introduction, though not very much of it. It’s fast paced, and the titles at the end are very well constructed and reminiscent of professional trailers. Overall, this one does a good job of teasing the audience with what’s to come. I’d classify it as a “teaser” myself, as not much is revealed in it. It’s a tantalizing view at a promising new series. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Big Brother Trailer [294 KB]
Big Worrior Dood
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma, Peacock
Released: June 2001
Preview Quite a well know movie actually. It's a little dated now, but the humor is still absolutely hilarious. Don't expect great scenery cause like I already said this is somewhat outdated - the the patented trademarks of THE fish are apparent throughout. Though the plot is quite thin, the characters are highly original. Download it and see for yourself. #2 is ever-so slowly in the works... Recommended.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Big Worrior Dood [2.09 MB]
Bin's Bintastic Adventure, The
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: July 1999
Preview The whole idea of a strangely shaped little thing going around causing random acts of mischief is just plain... silly. The whole idea of making a movie from this idea is... silly. So what do you think the film itself will end up being? You got me there. "The Bin's Bintastic Adventure" is an old 3D movie which does have alot of old 3D movie making techniques making it dated, but it has its funny moments now and then. However, since it doesn't really seem to have a real story, its random silliness is what saves it from just being a poorly made film. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
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Bin's Revenge, The
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: July 1999
Preview Four kids find a flying saucer crashed while exploring. It isn't until one of the kids foolishly goes back to explore the inside that it's revealed that the Bin intends not to cause mischief this time, but destruction. Unlike the last movie featuring the Bin, the animation is very much improved. However, unlike the last film, this one seems to focus on a more precise style of humor rather than a random one. And this time, there is a story. But this film does have it's share of flaws like some characters in this movie don't have voice actors but uses text boxes instead, custom scenes tend to lack certain elements to make it feel complete, and the animation tends to be a bit choppy at times. Even so, the film is a vast improvement over the last. Though this film isn't perfect, it still turns out to be a better and more humorous sequel. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bin's Revenge, The [2.27 MB]
Bird Sanctuary
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: September 2004
Preview Let's face it, you're either a Hematoma fan or your not. Some people love is quirky flair whereas others hate it. Bird Sanctuary is an interesting case. It has what is essentially a lot of potential, but it continuously shoots itself in the foot. Shoddy hand-made-characters and poorly drawn out pieces and even some default scenery making an unwelcome appearance (yes, I think it about time we said goodbye to the old defaults in anything that wants any credibility). Even the majority of the humor failed. Watching minutes of default character conversation wasn't too appealing back in '97, so it's no wonder that it has become unacceptable in today's age of 3D Movie Maker. To be fair to Tuna though, his voice acting is still impeccably good, and it did add a little extra something to the movie that wouldn't have otherwise been there. I was disappointed, but maybe you'll feel otherwise...
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Bird Sanctuary [4.56 MB]
Black and White
Directed by: Jeremy Dick, Dave Smith
Released: August 2003
Preview The best thing I can do to the describe this movie is telling you that it's a mixture between American History X and Mississippi Burning. Although this movie has a very strong plot I found the scenery to be average. To be honest I was expecting a bit more. The movie length is good, running a good 10 minutes or so. What makes this movie interesting is that there aren't many boring pieces that just slow the movie down. Unfortunately I found the ending a bit rushed - that's not a very good thing if you have a movie with a good solid plot. The best thing about this movie is the way it depicted racism with realism. I've seen many other 3dmm movie with this sort of plot but they can't compare to this. This is by far the best drama movie containing a racism plot. The music, characters and drama sequences help make this movie something quite different. The overall outcome of this movie is good, and although there is a lack of great scenery and a rushed ending, it's still quite special, earning itself a place in my personal top 10 drama's.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Black and White [6.86 MB]
Black Hole Sun
Directed by: Leslie Wai
Released: January 2003
Preview I love this guy. Every movie I've seen by Leslie rocks. I dunno what it is - I think they just "flow" well. 'Black Hole sun' is obviously inspired by 'The Rebirth of 3dmm' - depicting the imminence of Armageddon. Not quite as moving as Rebirth, but still a good watch. Slick animation and a nice change in pace towards the end.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Black Hole Sun [1.14 MB]
Black Woods, The
Directed by: Jason Nelson
Released: July 2003
Preview Ever since Jason told me about this movie I've been interested in seeing it. He told me it was a mixture of horror, drama and fantasy; a combination of very different genres that you have to work hard at to ensure success. Jason has done a great job of pulling them together. Today's movies are often criticised because of the lack of good scenery and animation, and I know there are quite a few people in the community who had some doubts if Jason could pull such a movie off. After all, this is the first time we get to see a full length movie from him. Jason's done an extremely good job with the characters (who are nicely developed), the plot (a tad confusing yet interesting enough not to bore) as well as the scenery and animation. I particularly liked the movies soundtrack. The Silent Hill music featured throughout fits incredibly well, adding a sense of suspense, tension and fear. The voice acting was nicely convincing too. So, to wrap this up. Jason is a cool director; I would like to see more of his work in the future. The Black Woods entertains, scares, though unfortunately at times, confuses.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Black Woods, The [9.00 MB]
Blade of Storms: Part 1
Directed by: Andrew Ray
Released: November 1999
Preview An old movie here by Andrew with voices from the legendry Ross Montgomery. A good plot, with a nice mix of action and fantasy. The animation has really stood the test of time here with top notch detail, and lots of zooms and pans (if slightly jerky). I like the way it's presented with fitting music and animation. Even though it's years old, I think it still is better than most movies around today. Definitely good to watch if you want animation tips and ideas. Do note that this is a Windows 98 movie and will not synchronize well at all on Windows XP, unless you have alot of programs open heh.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Blade of Storms: Part 1 [4.14 MB]
Blade of Storms: Part 2 (unfinished)
Directed by: Andrew Ray
Released: February 2000
Preview A simply graphically stunning movie even now. Andrew Ray is a brilliant animator and it really does show. Some scenes are breathtaking. I really think the plot is good too, as it follows on well from part 1. The majority of voices are in text as it is unfinished, but I really wish this was finished, as I could give it a better score.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Blade of Storms: Part 2 (unfinished) [2.48 MB]
Blake Walker Funny Talker
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: June 2002
Preview Well this is actually more like a scene you could find in the animation gallery as opposed to a movie. It's incredibly short and it doesn't even have a plot. Why the hell Blake made this is a mystery to me - it's not even particularly funny. Just download this when you're really bored.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Blake Walker Funny Talker [141 KB]
Blast From My Ass
Directed by: Jackson Buhck, Mitch Warren
Released: December 2001
Preview Another ancient classic. A random sketch movie featuring some very funny sketches of vulgar, and rude material. There is alot of funny content and jokes, including a crazy kid who cannot stop moving and a song about drugs and being high. The scenery is pretty average now-a-days and as was the case for most movies Jackson directed, the voices were very funny. If you feel like a blast to the past (*chuckle*) or just a laugh, then this is the movie for you.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Blast From My Ass [5.02 MB]
Blatent Copy of Wouldn't It Be
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: September 2000
Preview This was an entry into one of Professor Spaz' old competitions, where each contestant has to make their own version of a 'Wouldn't It Be' movie. This was the winning entry and yet another showcase of Tuna's strange sense of humor - mostly voiced by himself. In this very short but quite funny movie, a spazzy professor goes to Tuna's house only to be tripped over by Gustave, have camera problems and get shot. A funny movie with OK'ish scenery. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Blatent Copy of Wouldn't It Be [390 KB]
Blatent Copy of Wouldn't It Be 2
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: July 2001
Preview This movie was also originally an entry into Spaz' 'make your own WIB movie' competition. I think I preferred the first episode to this one, but this one wasn't that bad in any case. This time round, the spazzy professor and professor 'Gay' interview Will Maltby on running 3dmm websites. Will goes crazy during the interview though. Something to make a note of though, Windows XP users may encounter a speech syncing problem towards the end of this movie - it barely matters though. The scenery was pretty bland but the voices remain as good as they ever do in a Tuna flick. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Blatent Copy of Wouldn't It Be 2 [492 KB]
Bleh Preview
Directed by: McGfarm
Released: October 2002
Preview A short and very bad preview here. It is really more of a teaser than a preview as it tells you nothing about the series. The intro is made fairly well, but then it ends. Bizarre but not satisfying.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bleh Preview [116 KB]
Blood on the Dance Floor
Directed by: Hamish Gavin
Released: August 2003
Preview No, it's doesn't have anything to do with Michael Jackson! This is Hamish Gavin's second P.A.M. movie released for the Film Festival. Compared to the other release 'Johnny Knocker', this may come as a disappointment for a few of you. The animation and scenery are all ok - but just ok. It's very basic in places. A nice solid soundtrack is used and there's some well placed sound effects too. Unfortunately the voice acting was a bit dull; I found most of the voices to be either bad in quality or very faint. I didn't think much of the ending either. As Dan Luke mentioned on the bulletin board, it was stolen from Metal Gear Solid. Overall this is still a good movie but Hamish could've put a bit more effort into the scenery and characters. Worth a look...
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Blood on the Dance Floor [5.47 MB]
Blood Runner
Directed by: Aaron Clause
Released: February 2000
Preview This is made after Will's 'I know' series. Its funny as hell! Go watch this now! It uses some premade scenes but you don't notice. If this is there first its pretty good keep it coming.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Blood Runner [1.10 MB]
Blow Job, The
Directed by: Rudi Edsall
Released: June 2000
Preview Wholesome and pure fun for the whole family. A blow-by-blow account *cough* of a man's exciting escapades with a machine.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Blow Job, The [117 KB]
Bob 12
Directed by: Stuart Laws
Released: December 2003
Preview This movie looked familiar from the first frame. It's a copy of that Xiao Xiao movies, however poorly done. I'm not sure when this was made, but I'm pretty sure it's before the millennium. It was ok, but not really worth downloading, as the xiao xiao cartoon is better in all aspects.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Bob 12 [463 KB]
Bobo Episode 1
Directed by: Jon Steele
Released: April 2003
Preview I don't think I could watch too many of these in a row, they would become slightly monotanous, all that I could work out from this was two little cute cartoons teasing each other. This would have been a sweet film if it was alot longer, I'm not sure that this should be put into episodes. It's basically a small toddler flick with pretty good scenery and camerawork. Not too bad but don't download if you're looking for an in-depth physcological drama. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bobo Episode 1 [373 KB]
Bob'z Bar 1: The Tramp's Treasure
Directed by: Will Cheyney, Oliver Bacon
Released: October 2000
Preview Very old movie Will and his mate Ollie did awhile ago about a bunch of tramps and their treasure-stealing habits. It all takes place among the standard 3dmm scenes and features some very weird English humor. Funny? Not all that much, no. Interesting? Nope. So why see it? Well if you're in the mood for something weird, then this would suit very nicely.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bob'z Bar 1: The Tramp's Treasure [485 KB]
Bob'z Bar 2: Ruffy's Rescue
Directed by: Will Cheyney, Oliver Bacon
Released: November 2000
Preview The tramps are back and the pirates may just have their revenge this time in this continuation to the oddball 3dmm British comedy series from Will and Ollie. This was a lot more entertaining, the storyline really makes no sense at all but here Kim has done some little animation tricks and the scenes that are hand-animated are done pretty well. Hopefully we'll see a Bob'z Bar 3. When I saw BB1, I dreaded any other movies being released with this plot & characters but this is a big step forward. It's good for a few chuckles.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bob'z Bar 2: Ruffy's Rescue [1.22 MB]
Bodily Functions
Directed by: Adrian Pikios
Released: August 2000
Preview The first time I saw this movie, I fell in love with it straight away, and it now possibly stands as my favorite movie ever. Adrian's amazing epic about the lives of bacteria inside a human body, and how they deal with virus's and infection. The movie is made entirely out of polygons - even the characters - which at the time of release was unheard of. The characters also being another masterpiece in this movie. Making each character allowed Pikios to gave them expressions (e.g. fear, rejoice etc.), this helped the movie gain an almost 'real' cinematic feel. The soundtrack Adrian used fits with the movie perfectly. Symbols clash at times of joy, where as drums boom at times of terror. The movie actually becomes obscenely emotionally involving, and towards the end, I found that I could actually feel my throat go hard. How many other movies can do that? This is one movie which no collection should be without. A truly stunning movie which should be downloaded immediately! Or else.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Bodily Functions [5.76 MB]
Bodycount 2003
Directed by: Hans Grubber
Released: April 2003
Preview This was pretty entertaining. As you can expect from a competition like this, it's all about killing! By far the most impressive parts were made by Yorick, Prankerial Steve and Leslie Wai. Though the others were good too. The only thing I found really annoying were the voices that announced the clips. The typical "text to speech" voices were fun the first few second but became really awful near the middle. All in all I think Hans and all the other directors did an awesome job putting this together. This movie is an excellent way to show the community how good team work can be.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Bodycount 2003 [7.72 MB]
Bodycount Round 2
Directed by: Leslie Wai, others
Released: August 2003
Preview Hmmm... A bit dodgy in comparison to the previous Bodycount release. The entries (of which there were only 5) didn't really live up to the standard set by its predecessor - one entry wasn't even complete and the rest weren't particularly substantial. That said, a couple of parts were fairly good and some animations were pretty neat. Download if you are a fan of the series, but if you're a first-timer, stick with the original.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bodycount Round 2 [5.44 MB]
Body Movin'
Directed by: Robert Domke
Released: January 2000
Preview Hehe, a very funny porno flick by Rob here. The animation is quite good throughout and very realistic in places. There are alot of hand-made characters all in hand-made scenes and considering how long ago it was made, this movie has really stood the test of time. Definitely worth a look even if you aren't horny.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Body Movin' [1.48 MB]
Bomb Scare 1
Directed by: Bloodhound
Released: January 2001
Preview Scenes look good and there's camera movement, some good fighting bombers are threatening to blow a town to pieces. Simple action plot. Well-chosen, builds the atmosphere and tells the action. Everything from Dr Evil-style to cops and goons. Well-acted, clear. Appropriate and varied, from Lenny Kravitz to White Zombie. Quite entertaining and I look forward to future episodes.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bomb Scare 1 [5.68 MB]
Bond Vs Ultra
Directed by: Yusof Ozkizil
Released: December 1998
Preview Also known as "James Bond: Ultraman." Another 1998/Yusof movie here, this time a James Bond movie. Suprisingly, most of the animation was actually damn good, except for a few exceptions. The scenery was all default, and the voices were mixed in quality. Some were clear and funny, but some were pretty bad. The plot was fairly random and silly, but this turned out to be a charming little movie that mostly entertained me throughout its 10+ minute length. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bond Vs Ultra [3.12 MB]
Bongo: I Hate My Life And Want To Die
Directed by: Deacon Search
Released: October 2004
Preview The first movie by newbie director Deacon Search, and I was actually quite impressed by how he executed it all, from the hype to the movie itself, which was rather fun although it held very basic scenery. The storyline has much to be said for - basically it's about Bongo going about killing everyone before kicking the bucket himself. I can only see good things about this director, and although this movie is rather quirky, it's definitely surpasses my expectations.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bongo: I Hate My Life And Want To Die [3.87 MB]
Bongo Adventures 1, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: October 1999
Preview A nice start for a nice, perverted series. The fatass Bongo rides around in Misty City with his car and at the end of the street, he spots the most wonderful hooker in the world (well, in his opinion). The animation is nice, and the music (midi) fits very well. A classic start to this massive series.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 1, The [296 KB]
Bongo Adventures 2, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: November 1999
Preview This is the second movie in the series and something starts to get shape here. This time, it includes no hookers, but two little bastards and a big orange. This time, Tom starts using custom scenery, which is quite simple but it does its job.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 2, The [106 KB]
Bongo Adventures 3, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: November 1999
Preview Fatass Bongo hits the street. This time with a police car - no criminal can get away when Bongo's on duty! Optimal use of default scenery with a good choice of music. The animation isn't bad either. There's only one problem though; its too short!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 3, The [295 KB]
Bongo Adventures 4, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: November 1999
Preview The story about the childhood of the community's much-loved motherfucker. Tom did a great job with this episode. Poor Bongo receives lots of punches in his face because he is fat. A fairly unimaginative episode, but something every fan should download.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 4, The [237 KB]
Bongo Adventures 5, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: November 1999
Preview Bongo is back to participate in his favorite hobby - raping women. The scenery is sweet, and the animation is the same old Kearns style. A definite watch if you have seen the other Bongo Adventures and enjoyed them.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 5, The [173 KB]
Bongo Adventures 6, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: November 1999
Preview Bongo's antics continue. A pretty non-eventful episode in all. Bongo spends the entire episode moping around, wallowing in his own depression. The music accompanying the movie worked surprisingly well.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 6, The [976 KB]
Bongo Adventures 7, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: December 1999
Preview Yet more hookers. And over-sized willies. And more rejection. Being such a good looking chap, I can't understand his problems really. A super short and pretty poor episode.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 7, The [190 KB]
Bongo Adventures 8, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: December 1999
Preview Yet even more hookers, a bit more rejection and an ever-growing obsession with prostitution. All the ingredients for a cool movie? No. This episode is almost the same as #7, just with good hand-made scenery and subsequently, a better mark.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 8, The [308 KB]
Bongo Adventures 9, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: December 1999
Preview A christmas special for the series, a little late for the season but what the hell - I never got round to adding it until now. The intro has been made a lot shorter making the movie flow a lot, lot better. This episode is shorter and more bizarre than the others and other than impressive custom scenery it's doesn't have that much going for it. Download if you are a true fan to the series.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 9, The [251 KB]
Bongo Adventures 10, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: December 1999
Preview This is one of my favorite movies in the series purely because of its simplicity. It's still rubbish, but the funny and 'explosive' ending did it for me. Very, very short and none of the beautify eye candy usually apparent in the series.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 10, The [154 KB]
Bongo Adventures 11, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: December 1999
Preview Another dramatic episode. More teasing of the fat man, when a prank goes a bit further than expected. As always sweet scenery and precise animation. Erm... There's not a lot more I can really say because of their nature. Fans of the series will love it.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 11, The [531 KB]
Bongo Adventures 12, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: December 1999
Preview Quite a funny Bongo Adventures here, a little long-winded, and the voices were a little hard to hear, but overall I liked it.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 12, The [408 KB]
Bongo Adventures 13, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: January 2000
Preview This episode of Bongo Adventures is somewhat surreal. It starts off with a classic raping scene, and then goes a little strange. It also has some funny scenes from one of Tom's first movies. A recommended watch if you enjoyed the rest of the series.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 13, The [354 KB]
Bongo Adventures 14, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: January 2000
Preview Not a very good Bongo Adventures here, too short and I didn't see a point to it. Possibly one of the worst of the series. Great secret, though.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 14, The [349 KB]
Bongo Adventures 15, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: January 2000
Preview A very nice episode here, with some of the best scenery in the series so far. The idea was also funny and I liked the end.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 15, The [296 KB]
Bongo Adventures 16, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: January 2000
Preview Nah. This one wasn't very good, it seems like Tom was running out of ideas for this one. Standard hooker-raping, but with a shitty punchline. One of the worst installments in the Bongo Adventure series.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 16, The [188 KB]
Bongo Adventures 17, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: January 2000
Preview This one also sucks. Very short and doesn't even make much sense. Bongo gets aroused, starts masturbating whilst an old lady watches from outside the window. She then uses a tree branch as a dildo with a horrible side effect. Tom must have had no ideas by this point. Very disappointing.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 17, The [120 KB]
Bongo Adventures 18, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: February 2000
Preview Once again, Bongo is on the prowl for cheap sex. The prostitute he finds accidently gets killed and ends up sticking to the back of Bongo's car. Top scenery as always - and Bongo's house has yet another outfit. Quite a nasty episode.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 18, The [252 KB]
Bongo Adventures 19, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: February 2000
Preview This episode, Bongo's usual whore is stood up. Bongo is busy on a lonely persons chat room and gets involved in a little cybering. It doesn't even stop him having a good time upon finding out that the woman he is having cyber sex with is an OAP.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 19, The [370 KB]
Bongo Adventures 20, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: February 2000
Preview A mad scientist called Richard is looking for wildlife out in the wilderness when he stumbles across Bongo sleeping rough in a cave. After sedating Bongo, he takes him to his lab for some experimentation. The scientists receptionist ass rapes Bongo, just before Bongo is accidently fried by a laser beam. The end.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 20, The [277 KB]
Bongo Adventures 21, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: October 2000
Preview Getting the horn yet again, Bongo leave his house to find himself the perfect hooker. Finding one for a good price he invites her over to his. However, all that fat makes Bongo a clumsy fuck and before they even get down to business he ends up killing her by mistake. The series of events which ensue over the next few weeks is too sick to write... Download and find out for yourself. Excellent scenery.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 21, The [156 KB]
Bongo Adventures 22, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: October 2000
Preview A sad tale of events this episode. Bongo has been stuck in a dead end job for the last 20 years and today he got fired. Just when Bongo thought things couldn't get any worse, things take a slightly darker turn. Short (as always), yet very sweet. A good episode actually with some accompanying tear-jerking music.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 22, The [393 KB]
Bongo Adventures 23, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: October 2000
Preview A dark, sinister episode with a rather nasty ending. Bongo treats his date to a quick assault 'n' rape in a back ally before dumping her body in a river leaving her for dead. The past has a nasty habit of catching up with you though and a few years later the woman in question bumps into Bongo... Disturbing yet always amusing - that's the Bongo series for you!
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 23, The [252 KB]
Bongo Adventures 24, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: June 2001
Preview Semi-presented in the style of a silent movie, Bongo's dirty mind gets him in trouble again. This time a nearby gayboy witnesses Bongo's excitement and kindly gives Bongo 'gayness disease'. Limp wrists 'ahoy!
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 24, The [63 KB]
Bongo Adventures 25, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: June 2001
Preview Another hooker rejection pushes Bongo too far this time. He murders the girl who rejected his 'o-so-sexy-self and hides her body in his room under some blankets. It doesn't take long before Bongo starts to get 'off' with her...
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 25, The [204 KB]
Bongo Adventures 26, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: July 2001
Preview Bongo recevies a rather nasty finishing-off this episode *insert funny pun I can't think of right now here*. Very short, disgusting and not a vagina in sight. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 26, The [454 KB]
Bongo Adventures 27, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: August 2001
Preview Set way before the other Bongo Adventure movies, this episode takes us back to when Bongo was just a little boy, around the time when he is starting to explore his sexual desires. Bongo is slapped by his mum for looking at porn. Bongo is beaten althrough the night for wanking. Perhaps this explains the 'issues' he has later on in life. Tom's beautiful scenery makes a welcomed comeback this episode. Funn'eh. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 27, The [489 KB]
Bongo Adventures 28, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: July 2002
Preview Another half-decent Bongo episode! Bongo's belioved car get trashed when a wreakless driver crashes into him. Heartbroken, Bongo makes it his duty to get the proper revenge he so rightly deserves. Short 'n' sweet, coupled with some beautiful scenery. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 28, The [470 KB]
Bongo Adventures 29, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: July 2002
Preview A good, but slightly too drawn-out for my liking... It just wasn't as quickly paced as the other good episodes. Young Bongo's drunk of a father abuses him, forcing him to tidy up the house. Bongo does so, working all night to get it spick-and-span again. When Bongo get's home from school the house is once again in the same state as before. Great scenery, a little slow and not really that funny. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 29, The [461 KB]
Bongo Adventures 30, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: July 2002
Preview Haha! A brilliant Bongo Adventures episode! Tom has taken his gorgeous scenery to the next level here - everything is even more-so stunning to look at than usual. Not only that, but now have moving camera, panning shots and non-midi music! Bongo has been 'clean' for a while now - raping attacks have ceased to exist, but it's just become too much for him to bare... Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 30, The [665 KB]
Bongo Adventures 31, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: August 2002
Preview Combining the conventions of several Bongo movies here, Tom has managed once again to create a beautiful and funny flick, even after 30 re-visits. This time, teasing kids who get a kick out of egging Bongo's house get their just-desserts. The scenery is awesome - Tom has recreated the pre-rendered Misty City backdrops we all know and love, so everything about this movie is instantly recognisable. You don't even notice the use of midi's in these movies either... Short and sweet - much like the others in the mammoth series. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 31, The [290 KB]
Bongo Adventures 32, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: November 2002
Preview Tom upped the drama this episode. 'Filmed' as a non-dialogue movies, the heart-renching rock soundtrack genuinely makes you feel for Bongo. If being a total looser and humiliated for thirty-odd episodes wasn't enough, Bongo has now been robbed of everything he has - included his porn collection. Burglars ransacked his house, leaving him with nothing but a soiled toilet. A nice, well-crafted episode. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 32, The [796 KB]
Bongo Adventures 33, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: September 2004
Preview Suffering from an anger management problem, today the stress of life just becomes too much for Bongo to stand. Everyone seems to have something against him, and he sets about to get his revenge. As always, everything is beautiful to look at and Tom has created some of the best looking gore effects I have ever seem. There was something about this episode though - something minor I can't really put my finger on - something that just didn't make this movie 'work' as well as some of the previous installments in the series. Still, a great little watch. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 33, The [745 KB]
Bongo Adventures 34, The
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: October 2004
Preview An extremely good episode. Tom's attention to detail is commendable. It is obvious that everything has been considered - the composition and look of some of the scenes is nothing short of beautiful. All objects cast their own shadows, colours change depending on the time of day and the subtle decomposing effect at the end of the movie was great. It's brilliance such as this which have made this series so unique and watchable - your eye never gets bored. This episode was a lot longer than any of the others so far, and *gasp*, plot driven. Bongo run's into a small fortune when his Tardis-like car breaks down. Using his newly acquired finances, he opens up a candle shop to make his millions only to be shunned by a couple of bums. Excellent stuff. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Bongo Adventures 34, The [963 KB]
Bongo Mania
Directed by: DataBlasterXR
Released: September 2002
Preview This movie isn't at all bad. I mean for a short comedy. The scenes were rather basic but the editing was steady and quick so I didn't get bored. The plot is that Bongo really wants a shag so he phones up for a hooker. Made me laugh in a couple of places, worth seeing if you like porno's too.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bongo Mania [1.57 MB]
Bongo the Travaler
Directed by: Mark Veldhuizen
Released: June 1999
Preview This... what the hell is this? This movie is worse than every movie ever made, even by people TRYING to be bad. I made better movies like this when I was 8. I don't know what could've possibly possessed the director to make this, but if you like very long, very boring and generally nonsensical and poorly-animated movies about Bongo walking about some default scenery for ages, this movie is for you. Despite all of this, it has become somewhat famous amongst the community.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Bongo the Travaler [497 KB]
Bozo's on the Run
Directed by: Colin Huges
Released: April 2005
Preview Nineteen ninety eight. The year of Euro cheques, Monica Lewinski and Bozos on the Run. The date should tell you all you need to know. With a difficult plot to gauge as most of the voice acting is incomprehensible (I did get one line about crops), the film seems to have been about good guys, bad guys, space ships, hot air balloons, the CIA and evil robots. Default scenery abounds, with the notable exception of a lush green sphere at one point, but the animation is decent and unobjectionable. The movie treats us to a 'best of film midis' selection, with Final Fantasy VII given a cameo role. However, the actual volume of the music makes it impossible to make out the breathy voice acting. Don't bother, unless for sheer nostalgia value. Review by Kayl.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Bozo's on the Run [601 KB]
Brad Ross' Unfinished Clips
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: May 2005
Preview This is am impressive collection of unfinished clips from Brad Ross. There is very little structure to it. Rather, it is a sporadic assortment of clips ranging from impressive to unbelievably lame. It's hard to speak for individual shorts themselves, since the archive contains 57 clips in it. If you're looking for off the wall humour, look no further than this collection. Be warned: it does take awhile to go through all of them. The collection would have been better served if Ross had just imported all of them into one movie, making it easier to watch. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Brad Ross' Unfinished Clips [15.00 MB]
Brad Ross' Unfinished Clips #2
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: May 2005
Preview The superior of Brad Ross' collections, Clips 2 shows promising growth from Ross since his earlier work. This collection of clips ranges covers some of Ross' earlier and current projects, some more promising than the other. The most entertaining of these clips is the clip from Frogman, which shows the most growth from the earlier clips from this collection. This clip set is presented in a single movie, making watching them all the way through a breeze. Each is preceeded by an introduction to the next clip, which serves as a sort of timetable through Ross' growth in the program. As far as visuals go, Ross has yet to adopt any of the expansion packs or v3DMM, so the visuals themself can be dated looking. However, this only leads for one to anticipate Ross' adoption of the expansions to see what he can accomplish now. The sound is very mixed. Some clips have entertaining dialog, though Ross seems to be cursed with a muffled microphone. Another problem with the sound is the extensive and frustrating use of loud rock music in nearly all of his clips. Ross needs to diversify his soundtracks, as too many times, the rock music caused me to restart a scene so I could hear the dialog. Ross' dialogue is entertaining too, so it's extra frustrating to not be able to hear it. Overall, this is a much more worthwhile download than the first collection, simply due to the fact that it's one file and the clips are much better this time. This collection shows off some promising growth and some interesting projects. Ross' release of these unfinished clips leads us to further anticipate his next projects. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Brad Ross' Unfinished Clips #2 [5.69 MB]
Braindead Trailer
Directed by: Sean McGarvey
Released: April 2003
Preview Last time I checked, a trailer was supposed to give away the basic storyline of a movie, to create hype, to make the viewer say I can't wait till that movie comes out. This movie, although sporting some pretty well made company credits and a couple of good scenes, does none of this and as a result probably won't get people interested at all. What was even better is the fact this trailer seems to give the impression of not being finished due to the 'Insert Title Here' text at the point where I presume a title was supposed to appear.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Braindead Trailer [2.20 MB]
Brief Announcement
Directed by: Kayl
Released: August 2004
Preview Pretty... weird, thing here... maybe it's British humor or something, I don't know because I'm Canadian, and henceforth an idiot... eh. It was a presented in the style of a BBC news bulletin, with only a couple of different scenes, but used over and over again. Half was presented in a TV studio and the rest in 'on location' scenes. Visually it was fairly mediocre - the pyramids were pretty cool, and the Eiffel Tower wasn't bad either. Voices sounded weird and a little samey... only the French man's voice was good. It's about the 10 plagues happening again... or something... and I think political satire was trying to be snuck in... it's just really weird. Go ahead and download it. Maybe YOU'LL get it.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Brief Announcement [1.79 MB]
Bruised
Directed by: Skitch
Released: October 2003
Preview Well isn't this nice. A good break from the usual gunfire, silly characters and usual movie goings-on, we end up with a quaint colour-coordinated piece of little goodness from Skitch. Not a particularly astounding music video, but it's a fine touch of the heart about... love? I think so. It's hard to find a word for it. If you can relate to wanting something you can't have or you just like watching simplistic HMCs give each other botanous gifts, then look no further than Bruised. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Bruised [811 KB]
Bubba's Shit Movie Showcase Rip-off
Directed by: Tom Simpson
Released: July 2001
Preview I have to admit, I have never watched one of Harris' "Shit Movie Showcase" compilations, so I'm not in a position to compare the two. If this movie works in the same way as Harris' do, various, amazingly pathetic movies are analysed by a voice over, describing why the movie is shit - critising various, if not all the techniques used (i.e. long pauses in dialogue, over lapping of character, sketchy animation and poor text effects). Had it not been for 3dmm.co.uk's downloads being down, I would have downloaded one of the Shit Movie Showcase episodes, thus giving you a much more accurate review... but, c'est la vie! As the movie is constantly being analysed, the movie kind of reviews itself, so I'm not going to give this movie a rating.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Bubba's Shit Movie Showcase Rip-off [1.53 MB]
Bulletin Board Commando, The
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: January 2001
Preview No, no, no, no, NO. What is this? Terrorists are taking over the 3dmm Bulletin Board and only a MAN IN A HELICOPTER (unsurprisingly the director) can save them. What a load of tripe. Even the action was pretty below-par. A nice little effort for drama and action, but it fails in both. You can't make a thought-provoking movie about people trying to blow up a website. It's just not possible. Please, find something else. This movie's not worth it. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Bulletin Board Commando, The [1.82 MB]
Bulletin Board Vigilante, The
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: December 2000
Preview (I think) this was Will's last substantial and complete release. It was certainly released just after DD. Anyway, another great shoot 'em up/sniper from Mr. Maltby. If you were a fan of DD then this will be just your thing. The same old insane high-octane action and slickness is more than apparent. The movie make use of some nice visual effect and the music pumps adrenaline. A highly recommended download!
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Bulletin Board Vigilante, The [1.25 MB]
By the Waters of Babylon
Directed by: Izak MD
Released: July 2001
Preview A VERY long movie from Izak, and just a bit too slow. The story revolves around the son of a priest who sets out on a long journey through the Forbidden Lands to find out 'what's beyond the horizon'. Its heavily story based, so you have to listen carefully. The animation is fairly sketchy, and gets worse when the moving camera technique is attempted. The soundtrack was however excellent, and Brad Ross did a fairly good job voicing the main character, but it just didn't flow - it sounded like Brad was reading from a script. All that said, it is a good attempt at an epic movie.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
By the Waters of Babylon [10.96 MB]