Face Of Shadows (unfinished)
Directed by: James Burgon
Released: May 2002
Preview Face of Shadows. Sounds like some sort of drama or thriller title. But it isn't. Actually I think James intended to make this a serious war movie. But it soon evolved it's way into comedy. And I have to admit that he did a pretty good job. The movie is hilarious on many points. Though this an older movie from James, the scenery and animation are still pretty slick considering it's age. I think the best way to describe the plot in this movie is by saying that there really isn't any. Ok it has a bit of a plot but it's very thin. George Bush accidentally pushes a button that launches a nuclear weapon against England. It touches down in London and destroys half of the population. Of course Mr. Tony Blair isn't very happy with this and prepares a war against America. Yeah I know what you thinking right now! James must have been pretty fu*kin high while making this. Well I guess we'll never know :). Anyway this is still a perfect movie too watch if your bored with drama's and horror's. Entertaining 'till the end.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Face Of Shadows (unfinished) [7.39 MB]
Faggot Massacre
Directed by: Dave Smith
Released: January 2000
Preview A default scenery old skool movie by Dave Smith. About a bar invaded by gay people but the queers go too far and take over the land, eating people and ass raping them to death. All thats left are 3 people trapped in a house, fending off the gays for as long as they can... It's pretty bad now, silly voices and sound effects but the animation was ok I guess. If you like Daves old skool work this would be worth checking out for sure. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Faggot Massacre [4.12 MB]
Faggot Massacre 2
Directed by: Dave Smith
Released: March 2000
Preview The sequel to Dave's insane adventure, Faggot Massacre, the remaining survivors escape from the island invaded by evil gay people. However there were some who clutched on to the plane and made their way to Misty City, spreading their queer disease wherever they go. As the survivors fight for their survival in a abandoned shopping centre (Dawn of The Dead anyone?), the power of the undead homos cannot be contained, the world is turning queer and there is nothing that can be done... This was alot more entertaining then the first one, with better animations and more action. The Faggot Massacre movies go alot into the 'Night of The Living Dead' genre, and alot of ideas are obviously taken from it and it's classic sequels. If you like Dave's movies or enjoyed the first Faggot Massacre, then do watch this movie. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Faggot Massacre 2 [3.46 MB]
Fair Game
Directed by: Digital Taco
Released: February 2003
Preview Ok... fucking weird. Totally pointless and actually really rubbish. If you like blank scenes then this is your thing! Nice picture at the end though.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Fair Game [1.81 MB]
Farnoy Showcase, The
Directed by: Fredrick Arnoy
Released: March 2003
Preview This pack includes several clips (35 + 3 posters and 2 reviews) Fredrick Arnoy made either before he joined the community or during the first months (Summer 2001). Everything from 'The Lupees' series to stupid commercials, and less embarrassing stuff like the 'Normandy Clip' or 'Xtreme 2' trailer are in there. A recommended download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Farnoy Showcase, The [12.39 MB]
Far West
Directed by: Marc Fellerman
Released: July 2003
Preview A very, very well crafted short here, despite the fact that it only took a few hours to create. Reminiscent of Jordi Visser's 'Stranger' movies, this movie borrows the Western theme and Maltby-esqe visuals often associated with the series. Marc has created something that isn't by any means astonishing, but it strongly entertains - you won't find your eyes wondering off the screen. Again, plot-wise the movie shares strong similarities with the 'Stranger' movies. Two characters meet up in the desert for a duel. Very simple, but it's always the basics that work so well. The accompanying soundtrack fitted the movie extremely well and really set a good tone. As I said, the scenery was very much like the stuff Maltby churned out all those years ago - simple, but appropriately detailed. This is by no means a bad thing, and in some respects, it is still my favourite '3dmm look'. On a similar note, the camera movements and character stances were smooth and nicely done. A very nice, well-rounded short that I recommend to everyone. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Far West [713 KB]
Fast Chain Movie
Directed by: Adrian Pikios, Brad Ross, Will Maltby
Released: December 2002
Preview Maltby came up with the idea of a 'fast chain moive' when bored one day many moons ago. The idea is just the same as a normal chain movie passed around directors, but done in the space of a few hours. Maltby got Brad and Adrian interested over ICQ. Each director had just 5 mins to do whatever we could (however crap) and then pass it on to the next person. For the larger part it works very well, it isn't until Adrian's part that things start to change. It is obvious that Adrian took far longer than was allowed for his part. It's funny to watch though and there is the patented 'Maltby randomness' feel to it all. It's just a fun bit of viewing. I remember there also being talk about this being 'polished' up and given a proper release, but for whatever reasons, it never happened. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Fast Chain Movie [1.01 MB]
Fear
Directed by: Mousenator
Released: March 2005
Preview Andrew Johnson shows us why, with one short unfinished movie, he is one of the best newbies of the last few months. The start of the movie is very atmospheric, and you can almost feel the tension rising, possibly a first for a 3dmm film. There are a few scary moments, and the director knows what he's doing. The scenery differs in quality; mostly very good but there are a few bad scenes. The animation is excellent and the voice acting is also awesome. I also believe that with a little ediing this could have worked as a finished film. Overall, this is one of the best films of 2005 so far, and hopefully Mousenator's other works will be just as good as this. Review by Tom Bown.

Fear is an impressive debut film for Andrew Johnson, showing lots of skill and lots of potential. While not completely finished, Fear is an enjoyable flick that just might make you jump. Fear is a straight-up horror film along the lines of the slasher horrors of the 90s and before. Dark, abandoned road, couple driving at night. The girl gets a phone call that sets the rest of the plot in motion. It's difficult to detail more of the plot without giving too much away because until the end, there isn't much of it. Johnson does show some impressive writing when the murderer brings up a character and situations we haven't even heard of yet. While some people may find this confusing, I found it to pull me further into the story. This story was further established at the end of the movie, but leaves off too soon to get any real establishment. While slasher flicks aren't known for their Oscar-nominated screenplays, Fear has enough of a story to keep you occupied. Johnson's camera is well suited for a horror film. It pans when it needs to, for the most part. Much of the dialogue in the beginning of the film takes place on a stationary set (custom-made, however). It's not perfect. The actors tend to jump in some not-too well spliced scene cuts, and I did notice that the car's dimensions changed depending on where the camera was positioned, seeming to be a hearse in a rear-forward shot. It's not enough to get annoying, but I had to mention it. I did like some of the more subtle effects. When the cell phone rings again, there is a concentration on where it is, which indicates it might have been thrown there at the conclusion of the last conversation. A minor point, but it was effective. Johnson shows a lot of promise here. Though without the benefit of tree models from v3DMM, Johnson makes use of some tried and true tree effects, making it a particularly notable first film. The car's textures are lacking on the inside, but how much are cars textured in the first place. Johnson also uses a surprise hand made character that does the trick where no other method would. I cannot wait until he gets a hang of v3DMM and takes advantage of some of the tools and models available for it, because he already shows a gift for custom-scenery composition. Fear's soundtrack uses some creepy music for the opening and closing scenes. Though I can't identify its source, it suits the atmosphere of the movie well. Johnson's choice of soundtrack complimented the movie, but the rest of the action takes place in silence (soundtrack-wise, at least.) The voices were good, for the most part. The first part had promising vocals, even if there was some mic clipping. The second part is plagued with unfinished (read: not there) vocals. While it is unfortunate that it was never exactly finished, there are text boxes to follow the rest of the story. Fear is a wonderful debut film that works very well on its own merits. While the story leaves off, and the final scenes are lacking voices, the movie is a good use of time. It's a worthwhile download and a good first performance for Johnson. I look forward to Derelict, his next film. Review by Andrew Salter.

Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Fear [1.79 MB]
Fear Element
Directed by: Nick The Almighty
Released: August 2001
Preview A very stylised piece of work here. The movie is a kind of game show spoof that turns out a lot better than one might think. You can tell this movie was a bit rushed but still worth the download. The comedy is great right from the start and the animation can only compliment it. They only bad bit really though, was that some of the scenes, although fitted the movie, but could have been better.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Fear Element [1.08 MB]
Fear Factor
Directed by: Chris Engelsma
Released: July 2001
Preview The first movie in what is going to be a series. The movie is kind of like a show, where a group of people from the community (in this episode that includes, Jim Whetherby, Mark Veldhuizen, Jimmy Dean and doejoe) are set a number of life threatening challenges. In each challenge, someone has to die. After 3 rounds, a winner is declared, winning $500,000. It works reasonably well, and is kind of entertaining. The animation is average, as is the scenery, Some of the special effects are nicely done. Camera movement is smooth and swift. The main problem with the movie is the voice talent. I believe all the voices are done by Chris himself, and lots of the voices are too similar. If Chris works hard on the next episodes, and finds other people to do character voices, this could prove to be quite good. Worth a look.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Fear Factor [3.27 MB]
Fight, The
Directed by: Tarique Herman
Released: December 2002
Preview A good first movie that was sent out by Tarique (pronounced Tar-eek) and an ok fighting one at that. It has a player chosen at the start like Mortal Kombat and they just fight then continue on to the next challenger. But wait until you see the boss, some fight goin' on there. Oh sorry, MAJOR BOSS! Overall, a good movie sent from Taz here and I will give it a 6 out of 10.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Fight, The [479 KB]
Fight, The
Directed by: Brad Ross, Guy Collins
Released: November 2001
Preview 'The Fight' is a new compilation movie between two great directors - Brad Ross and Guy Collins. Unsurprisingly, it is superbly well done! The film works by each of the directors taking turns in animating a fight between the themselves, coming up with extremely creative ways of dying and even more imaginative ways of coming back to life in the process. Throughout, the movie is fastly paced, fluid and well animated - and thoroughly entertaining. One of my favorite ever 3dmm movies. A highly recommended download.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Fight, The [2.37 MB]
Final Fantasy: The Ultimate Epic - Prologue
Directed by: Greg Strnad
Released: September 2001
Preview This movie is pretty damn cool. It's basically the first part of this massive work in progress to make a really cool Final Fantasy type movie. But there's more to it than battles, there's quite a strong plot in this. I presume this sets the scene for what's to follow. Should be an awesome movie when it's done; Greg plans on making it at least two hours and no more than five. But I think that won't be as boring as it sounds; the movie should be great. Looking forward to future parts.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Final Fantasy: The Ultimate Epic - Prologue [2.89 MB]
Final Fantasy: The Ultimate Epic - The First Saga
Directed by: Greg Strnad
Released: August 2003
Preview My god! This has to be one of THE most impressive movies I've ever seen! It's been in the making for over 4 years now, and I must admit that I doubted it's release. However, Greg has managed to release it with a run time of 70 minutes! Explaining the story would be nearly impossible because of all the intricate plot twists and different views (I also don't want to spoil it for you!). The movie is split into chapters where each chapter covers a segment of the movies story. The characterisation off the actors is amazing. Nearly every character has a unique background story. It's actually quite an achievement that Greg has pulled this off. Such detail in characters, so many unexpected twists, it's just to much to review. Animation wise, this movie is great too. Subtle details appear in every scene, from a piano player playing in a cafe, to people living their everyday life. Greg's crafted a real sense of atmosphere, something that is present in almost every second of the movie. Combined with good voice acting and a great MIDI soundtrack this movie is absolutely one of the best movies ever created in the history of 3dmm. Download this now - you don't want to miss out!
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Final Fantasy: The Ultimate Epic - The First Saga [23.11 MB]
Five-O
Directed by: Yorick Bergsma
Released: February 2003
Preview It's so good having Yorik back in the directors chair, he's one of my favorite directors in 3dmm! This new short is fast, well animated and funny. I wont say anything about the (small) storyline - that all part of the effect. Why is it almost 10 megs though?
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Five-O [9.97 MB]
Flato's 'I Know' Compilation
Directed by: Marc Sola
Released: January 2001
Preview This 'I Know' compilation is a series of animated deaths inspired by Will Maltby's original series. While some deaths are well done and the animation sometimes above average, we've seen this sort of thing done better before.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Flato's 'I Know' Compilation [764 KB]
Flink
Directed by: Nathan Urquhart
Released: June 2002
Preview I didn't get it when this was released, and I still don't get it today. AND I don't know what "Flink" means or is. Still, I don't think it would make much difference to this crazy movie if I did know the answers to all these questions. It's surprising that such a sub-standard movie would come from who is/was otherwise a very good director. The original intention is fair enough, but it is very poorly executed. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Flink [358 KB]
Flink 2
Directed by: Nathan Urquhart
Released: June 2002
Preview The much superior sequel to the rather poor "Flink". This movie cleverly develops a whole world of it's own, that being the "Flink" (yup, all is explained). Once again, Nathan lives up to his name - an excellent movie from a good-old 3dmm director. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Flink 2 [1.56 MB]
Flood of Blood, A
Directed by: Various community members
Released: June 2004
Preview A pretty damn insane chain movie by many members of the community, with some pretty nifty animations from many talented people. No story, just mindless killing, explosions and silly voices. It's a lot of fun to start with, but it gets a little tiring eventualy. If you love PAMs then this is the movie for you. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Flood of Blood, A [2.09 MB]
Forandop Preview
Directed by: Joey Cosmos
Released: October 2002
Preview A nice preview for a slowing time movie. Whether this is an excuse to do alot of slow mo, I don't know but with the right directing it has alot of potential.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Forandop Preview [179 KB]
Foresight Teaser Trailer
Directed by: Samuel Deacon
Released: April 2005
Preview It's been said before that teaser's are EVIL! They simply tease which is what this does and it leaves us with an interesting idea of a man who thought he would leave a normal life - but doesn't. Using the wonderment's of V3DMM, this movie has been produced in fantastical scenery with a quaint edge. The voice acting is superb and overall I really wanted to see this movie. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Foresight Teaser Trailer [4.35 MB]
Forgotten Heros
Directed by: Evan Strobel, Andrew James Thomas
Released: December 2004
Preview I absolutely loved this movie, and I genuinely felt moved by it (if I'm going to be totally honest I probably would have cried if it was any longer). Andrew was in charge of the story writing, and Evan played the role of director. It follows a very nice concept that I think was perfectly realised. Almost celebrating the fun and great times of the 3dmm 'good old days', the movie adds a nice twist to the old/default actor gimmick in a similar way (albeit from a completely different perspective) to 'Actors Day'. The movie makes use of no expansions on purpose, depicting a tale where all the 'actors' are scared; trying to accept their fate due to the arrival of the new 3dmm expansions. In short, they think they'll be forgotten. A beautiful little short, which took me by surprise. I hope you can all appreciate it as much as I did.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Forgotten Heros [3.84 MB]
Four Twenty
Directed by: Flounder
Released: October 2002
Preview A perverted hate movie about Andres De la Hoz. The animation is oh so smooth, shame about the content. Very fitting music also, the water theme from Zelda I believe.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Four Twenty [558 KB]
France 98 Tickets
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: August 1998
Preview Maltby made this short movie during the 1998 World Cup. It represents the alleged struggle British supporters faced when trying to buy match tickets. I remember Maltby saying that he didn't really care about this issue, but felt that the situation had all the makings for a funny movie - especially with Gustave as the main character. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
France 98 Tickets [181 KB]
Fraulein Espionage
Directed by: Moody Blues
Released: November 2000
Preview A female spy called 'Fraulein Espionage' is called in to help some hippies being evicted by 'The Man'. Animation is old, but often pleasing such as the disco battle scene. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Fraulein Espionage [1.39 MB]
Fred's Birthday
Directed by: Jorrit Stuifmeel, Tom Saville
Released: January 2003
Preview A very nice birthday present from Jorrit and Tom, for Fred. In the spirit of PowerPlay where the community is 'real-life'. Jorrit attempts to announce the celebration, that is, Fredrick's birthday, but runs into some difficulties. Hehe - highly amusing.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Fred's Birthday [281 KB]
Freestyle Kung Fu
Directed by: Vincent Yeung
Released: February 2001
Preview A lot of kicking and 'Ah, shit'-ting in this movie but no tension, no custom scenery or music and no real reason to watch this movie unless you've downloaded everything else. Vincent is only new to 3DMM and this movie really shows it. It's posted here solely because of our policy to post 100% of what we receive so people can see their work up. I'm sure, however, that Vincent's skills will develop as he learns the program.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Freestyle Kung Fu [136 KB]
French Teacher Preview 3, The
Directed by: Sins of McZee
Released: August 2001
Preview WOW! I can't wait for this movie to come out. It looks totally amazing. What can I say, it has a plot, great animation, superb scenery, excellent voice talents, and ITS NEARLY DONE! October the 31st is it's scheduled release date and it can't come soon enough. The movie is a mix of several genres, including: drama, romance and horror. This preview just makes you want to watch the movie. It's that good. Everything just fits together perfectly - especially the music and dramatic voice talents. Download now, to find out what it's all about. Oh, and a couple of other definite downloads, are the first and second previews. I can't wait!
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
French Teacher Preview 3, The [1.17 MB]
Fridays of Doom
Directed by: Colin Chia
Released: December 2003
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #7. A all-new movie from the veteran Colin Chia, with all the feelings of a oldie flick. It's not bad, but it isn't great either. I found the whole thing a little average - the voice acting was rubbish, the animation was a little dodgy in places, the scenery looked outdated and the plot was a somewhat thin, thus preventing it from flowing. I've heard a few people on the bulletin board saying that they found the movie hilarious. Well I didn't. Admittedly, there were a couple of bits that brought a smile to my face, but nothing witty enough to have me chuckling. I don't know, maybe I'm just being a bit harsh. It just didn't do much for me. Still, it's worth downloading.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Fridays of Doom [6.19 MB]
Friends4Life
Directed by: Jeremy Dick
Released: August 2005
Preview A very silly, very short silent movie-esque comedy from Jeremy's ever-growing movie catalogue. Showing how two loners meet and become best friends. Reminiscent of the dead 'girlfriends' as seen in the Bongo Adventure series, the humor might not be to everyone's tastes. Younger watchers beware - your parent's probably wouldn't agree with you watching the final scene :) Review by Will Cheyney - 4/10.

An extremely short movie by Jeremy Dick. His release for the Summer Film Festival last year was the brilliant 'Abortion' by him Santiagio Miglionico. That was stunning. This year he's given us something very different. This movie is a funny sort of comedy about two people who meet up and become best friends. There really isn't much else to say about this movie. It's short and sweet. Despite it's simplicity, you may still enjoy it. Review by Ben Rice - 6/10.

Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Friends4Life [623 KB]
Fuel (unfinished)
Directed by: Mitch Warren
Released: March 2002
Preview An old but extremely well animated movie here. It's a good show of how good ol' Mitch was and his BFMA movies were too. It's a shame to seem him leave but this movie even though unfinished is a damn good watch.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Fuel (unfinished) [4.94 MB]
Fun Time With the Pope #1
Directed by: Leslie Wai
Released: December 2002
Preview Another movie by the totally unheard of director Leslie Wai! And, like 'Bad Demeanor' it's a really good watch. The title of the movie kinda gave me the impression that it was going to be lame movie; how wrong I was. I really like Leslie's directing techniques and how he manages to find music that it perfectly fitting to the action on-screen. Top stuff.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Fun Time With the Pope #1 [2.47 MB]
Futbol
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: August 2002
Preview What can I say? I believe this was the first proper doreamon movie to be released to the community. What's clearly visible at the start of this short movie is the smooth animation Andres is famous for. Although scenery wise this movie pretty much sucks the smooth animation makes up for it. It's short and pretty much pointless. But again it features some nice techniques.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Futbol [241 KB]