Game Of Jeopardy, The
Directed by: Sblaka Productions
Released: October 2002
Preview A slightly long-winded movie but the idea is very good and funny. The ending is superb. It made me laugh out loud. So download now.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Game Of Jeopardy, The [600 KB]
Ganglands
Directed by: James Humphreys
Released: May 2005
Preview What a horrendously unpleasant movie. We see our tale start in a small African Village otherwise known as that default scenery with the bridge and totem-pole then swooping into violent action and horror involving the Klu Klux Klan. I think that if you are going to make a film this long and bloody, then go the whole length, put in some effort, or at least slightly more than was put in here. I did not enjoy this film at all - no voices, no hand-made stuff and a little re-used music. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Ganglands [10.13 MB]
Gangwars #1
Directed by: Mark Boisvert
Released: June 1997
Preview Now this is a blast from the past. The Gangwars movies were originally made in 1997, and were a huge influence on movies such as the infamous Action Joe series. This was one of the very first action movies in 3dmm, and it stands up to the test of time much better then it really should. The scenery is all default, but the animation isn't bad, and the voices, despite being young-sounding, don't appear to be distorted. Gangwars #1 is a fun little movie that may not be as awe-inspiring as it was 8 years ago, but that is still a blast to watch. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Gangwars #1 [178 KB]
Gangwars #2
Directed by: Mark Boisvert
Released: June 1997
Preview The second addition to the Gangwars series, and it is a slight improvement on the first, if only because it seems to have more of a plot. The scenery is still mostly default, although there are a few crudely-made custom scenes. The voices seem to be worse but the movie is more humorous and has some god scenes. There's also a first for 3dmm: a first-person car scene! Overall, a nice movie that remarkably stands up to the test of time. Download the series if you want to see the beginnings of 3dmm. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Gangwars #2 [501 KB]
General, The
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: October 2001
Preview A short movie by Andres that was made in a day, The General is an old veteran who is pissed off at his country full of scum. The plot isn't bad, but some of the dialogue isn't great. Scenery and animation were both good, and the voices, although a little fuzzy, worked well. Download if bored. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
General, The [898 KB]
Generations
Directed by: Jalal
Released: August 2004
Preview People quite often take community events and turn them into movies nowadays; a genre totally unique to 3dmm, a genre now coined as a 'community movie'. They can often pave the way for a pretty imaginative movie - gone are the days of mundane hate movies! I actually completely missed the entire feud between Tom Bown and Doughboy vs. Ramza, so the references made in this movies made little to no sense to me. Nevertheless, generations is based on the long-running arguments between the two sides. Rather than being about both sides having a slanging-match, Generation's sets out to depict the end of this argumentative era. The movies boasts some hilarious faux-prepubescent voice acting by Jeremy Dick and Jeff Ching and some pretty impressive animation/scenery for a newbie. A pretty good and solid movie.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Generations [3.51 MB]
Genetisis, The
Directed by: Aaron Brennan
Released: November 2000
Preview Another very good effort from someone new to the 3dmm scene, this tells the story of a genetist who develops a powerful serum and sets off a chain of events which leads to the serum being consumed by a little baby who then finds he has superhuman powers. Of course, the bad guys come after him. For work by a newbie, the exclusive use of handmade scenes is good and Aaron uses some interesting camera angles such as a bird's eye view as someone falls - I also like when you see through the baby's eyes as he moves through the air towards the baddies in a flying kick with the leg out in front and all. The appearances of BANG , THUMP and the like with the sound effects are hilarious and reminded me of the old Batman television show and gave it a rather comic feel. Now every newbie work has an area where it lets down the movie as a whole: in this case, it is the inclusion of MIDIs. I hate them. Often they make the dialogue hard to hear and even on a 16-bit soundcard, they sound very cheesy. For Aaron, I turned them some down so the dialogue could be heard. But hopefully Aaron will use WAVs in the future for his music. Still, this is the one weakness of the movie. Yes, the plot isn't that flash but it does the job and Aaron shows much promise as a newbie. I'm looking forward to seeing more work from this director as he develops his skills.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Genetisis, The [1.97 MB]
Geopardy
Directed by: Travis Wells
Released: March 2002
Preview A new show by Travis. Actually, its not a show, its a waste of time. What the hell was this?! Terrible voice-acting. It has some funny bits, but thats all. And, remember if you are in one of Travis's shows; don't blow in the microphone!
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Geopardy [498 KB]
Get a Way
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: January 1999
Preview This movie takes the term 'slow paced' to a whole new level. This movie is so slow that for a short while I could've sworn it started going backwards. It really is that incredibly nail-bitingly boring indeed. It has one or two badly-animated, poorly-constructed scenes of extreme action (Well, extreme relative to the non-action) but that doesn't nearly make up for the annoyingly tedious nature of this movie. The squeamy little asexual voice acting didn't exactly help matters either. Avoid. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Get a Way [1.97 MB]
Geurilla Warfare (unfinished)
Directed by: Nathan Standlee, Phil Pupa
Released: July 2000
Preview What a brilliant movie. Granted it's completely unfinished, and only just 5 minutes long, but this movie reaks of cinematic goodness. Everything from the camera angles to the movement and plot, is perfect. I wish I could give it a higher plot but it doesn't have any voices, no good font at the beginning, and isn't long enough. This was created by two of the top directors of all time, and should not go missed. Download this now, and learn from it.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Geurilla Warfare (unfinished) [2.28 MB]
Ghetto in Afroca 3
Directed by: Midbackman
Released: January 2001
Preview Movie star/pop sensation Dima accidentally stumbles upon a stolen briefcase containing the name of the 3DMM Movie Award winner for Best Picture and embarks on the journey of a lifetime to not only save the day but also his career and friends. Some nice looking scenes and cinematography inspired by Grim Fandango. The story is amusing, weird and fun. Great sounds add to the movie's atmosphere. Some of the acting is a bit lacking but overall, generally good. Some 3DMM Midis (sadly) but some great WAV songs also. Far better than the other two though.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Ghetto in Afroca 3 [4.89 MB]
Ghost in the Shell
Directed by: Redwampa, Spencer Crabb
Released: October 2003
Preview After over two years in the works Ghost In A Shell (GITS) is finally here. To be honest, I often doubted it's completion. Redwampa & Spencer Crabb have finished their epic joint-venture movie set one year after the events in the original anime. With a runtime of around an hour, I think credit needs to be given to the directors dedication and consistency of quality throughout. Don't be put off by the long runtime because you'll quite happily watch it all the way through in one go, it really is that good. In every aspect, this movie excels itself. The music was overall fitting and often enjoyable. The dialogue was well written, and performed by some of the community's greatest voice actors. It all looks and moves beautifully too, creating an excellent mood. One of the best directed and executed movies in a long time. Fantastic job.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Ghost in the Shell [29.78 MB]
Ghost in the Shell Preview
Directed by: Redwampa, Spencer Crabb
Released: October 2001
Preview The scenery was the first thing that struck me about this movie. It has very detailed and well animated places. The preview seemed more like a teaser, but it was well thought out and compiled of almost professional quality. If you are looking for an example of how to do an amazing teaser, then look no further. I simply cannot wait for this movie.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Ghost in the Shell Preview [662 KB]
Ghostline & Edsallor Compilation
Directed by: Cal Flavell, Tristan Orr, Rudi Edsall
Released: July 2001
Preview Another nice compilation movie which brings together animation showpieces from these three director's films as well as some original action made specially for the preview. It's all very action-packed and hopefully these three will work on some projects together.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Ghostline & Edsallor Compilation [2.31 MB]
Gleason
Directed by: Andrew Murphy, Dave Smith
Released: November 1999
Preview Dear gawd this was boring. No story at all and an overuse of premade 3DMM scenes. It just goes on and on with mindless, boring dialogue. The main character's consistent noise became very annoying eventually. Parts of 'Gleason' are funny but hardly worth downloading.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Gleason [3.07 MB]
Gleason 2
Directed by: Andrew Murphy, Dave Smith
Released: June 2001
Preview Well, I had to push myself to watch all of this! and at times it was weird, at times it went too long and well I'm guessing it's picking on a person that the directors know so it isn't as entertaining to us, I actually didn't like the movie one bit, sorry guys, I'm sure if you attempted a serious movie maybe it would be better, the animation was poor and well, yeah.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Gleason 2 [3.90 MB]
Gnomes
Directed by: Mike Storch
Released: June 2004
Preview Mike Storch is a great director who has made many short dramas. For his first full-length, he decided to dip into the difficult 3dmm genre, horror. How did he fare? Extremely well. Gnomes is a great movie about a family who move into a forest, only not all the 'neighbours' are friendly... The horror was done extremely well, bulding up the tension perfectly. The movie also had some drama elements, which were very good, although they stopped too soon. The visuals, as with all of Mike's movies, were excellent. The voice acting was superb, Justin Wawrzonek as the old man stealing the show. Overall, Gnomes has tiny flaws, but the superb direction and great script shine through. I have heard that there will be a live-action version, and hopefully it can live up to the brilliance of this. Review by Will Cheyney.

It was in the making for more than 2 years, and when it was finally complete it didn't disappoint. Written by Ramza Brave and directed by Mike Storch, Gnomes is truly the best horror film made in 3dmm. The plot is basic for a horror movie: New family moves into house, nearly forest area is haunted by evil... something. In this case it's killer garden gnomes. It sounds silly, but Mike made something that could have been incredibly cheesy be incredibly atmospheric and frightening. I've always thought Mike was really good at cinematography, and this movie proves that. The angles are perfectly placed, and they really give you a feeling of tension during every scene. I occasionally got shocked by a scene, which is a big thing in 3dmm. However, the horror element isn't all. The characters are also well-rounded. There's Henry, who's basically just a normal kid. Sarah is his friend, who has also recently moved to the area, and has a broken arm she is reluctant to talk about. The old man (expertly voices by Justin Wawrzonek) is the only one who knows about the Gnomes, and lives by himself after they took his dog. Sarah's mom is a pretty good character. Devastated by the loss of her husband, she takes her anger out on others, which is where the drama element comes in. Some people say it failed, but I think it added a nice touch to the story, and included the best line of the movie. The ending is kind of a let-down as not much seems to happen, but this is still the best 3dmm horror ever, and a damn good drama too. Review by Tom Bown.

Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Gnomes [9.27 MB]
Gnomes Trailer
Directed by: Mike Storch
Released: May 2004
Preview This is the kind of trailer where the music drives the bus, so to speak. While watching some rather graphic images to the sound of chirping birds and loud drums, you can't help but feel your appetite well and truly dampen for a slice of this slick horror flick.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Gnomes Trailer [729 KB]
Godzilla 98: Platinum Edition
Directed by: Gorosaurus, Matt Burkett
Released: April 2002
Preview Goro has always been one of my fav hand-made character designers, or as I found out today, CARTOON hand-made character designers. Don't get me wrong, this was a pretty good movie, and the hand-made models were quite well done, but they were cartoony, and hence just didn't suit the supposed 'serious' atmosphere. I think Goro realized this as well, and added small comedic bits to lighten it up. This is another one of those movies that starts off really great, with you going "Sweetsweetsweet, this is gonna be good!!" but then gets disappointing. But the battle between Godzilla and Whatsisname at the end made it worthwhile enough. Indoor scenery consisted mostly of the old lay-down-polygons-on-top-of-existing-stock-scenes trick, so that was kinda corny... Outdoor scenes (city) were, of course, hand made and simple. But simple is a practical must when using so much camera movement. Ditto with the animation of the handmade characters - those are a LOT of polygons to animate, and you cant really expect flawlessly smooth camera movement with so many. Music was okayish, but the SOUND... oh god the sound was pretty pitiful. If they weren't using stock sounds, they were using waaay too many well known ones. But fortunately that didn't detract too much. Plus, you have to recognize all the work that went into it. Quite download worthy.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Godzilla 98: Platinum Edition [4.49 MB]
Godzilla X MechaGodzilla 2003 (Teaser A)
Directed by: James Ballard
Released: December 2002
Preview A very decent teaser which makes me really want to see this film. One great thing is that it's very much in the mood of the Godzilla style Japanese film. Can't wait.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Godzilla X MechaGodzilla 2003 (Teaser A) [280 KB]
Godzilla X MechaGodzilla 2003 (Teaser B)
Directed by: James Ballard
Released: December 2002
Preview Same as above with different scenes, and makes another nice teaser. I do like the way James makes his teasers/previews as they have a special uniqueness that draws you in. Very nice.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Godzilla X MechaGodzilla 2003 (Teaser B) [626 KB]
Googoozilla
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: April 2000
Preview I believe this was Brad Ross’ first movie released back in the day, and it sure looks it. There is limited custom scenery, and what little there is, it’s composed of cubes and cylinders. This movie basically consists of our favorite bearded baby rampaging through the Misty City causing all sorts of problems, and it’s the police’s job to take him down. The action mostly consists of default actions, but there is a fair amount of people being thrown around and interacting with the default city. All this looks fairly good, despite the fact that it is default scenery. Each person’s demise is accompanied by some form of blood explosion and squishy sound, which is fairly consistent. The sound is quite a collection of sound effects. From Jurassic Park to South Park, the sounds all mix together fairly bizarrely. The sound mainly serves as a showoff of a vast effect library. The voice acting is sub-par. The sound is all muffled and a lot of times distorted and overwhelmed by the soundtrack, which is mostly the “Woohoo Song.” It’s very random, and a testament to how movies were done a long time ago. Some may find this fun for nostalgic purposes, while others will find it plain annoying. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Googoozilla [4.07 MB]
Goomba
Directed by: Michael Belfance
Released: March 2000
Preview Well this was thoroughly retarded. Maybe this would get good reviews what, in 1996 Yes... handmade characters and scenes... doesn't mean that much anymore. And hello, Half-Life sound stealing? Oh my god I'm gay. Just like this movie. Don't download it, watch something way better. Like Bongo's Adventures.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Goomba [1.53 MB]
Goomba 2
Directed by: Michael Belfance
Released: June 2000
Preview Surprisingly, better than the first. But still retarded, sorry. I actually chuckled at the end though, so nice try. Umm... yeah... if you were stupid enough to download the first Goomba movie, then go ahead and get this too. It's not as bad. But that doesn't mean you can make more!! DO YOU HEAR ME MR.SUCKYGOOMBADIRECTOR?
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Goomba 2 [1.35 MB]
Goram Andersen's Adventures
Directed by: Bulldozerman
Released: December 2000
Preview Very very funny and offbeat comedy romp about a twisted little man called Goram and all the stuff that happens around him. Once past the premade 3dmm scenes, some nice animation effects feature such as simulated lighting, techniques that wouldn't look out of place in an Asia-made movie (and that's the intention) and a funny though slightly politically incorrect Chinese main character (with animated big teeth and mouth). The Japanese karaoke scene at the end was also hilarious, one of my favorites of the film. I really loved this movie. It actually made me laugh out loud with its great ideas and amusing story. Final Verdict: Hilariously funny! Download NOW!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Goram Andersen's Adventures [1.73 MB]
Granchis
Directed by: Ezequiel Villahoz
Released: March 2001
Preview Hehe, now this is a funny movie, it's not the funny skit type, or a joke type, but the way it is presented is comical and happy! The second scene is very good, has lots of things going on in which you can quietly laugh at! Zeke has decided to make a parody of those Granby washing powder adverts, and does a great job. When a small child gets shit on his shirt he must ask the Granchis for their help. Unfortunately, they don't react the way he would have hoped. Well worth the download!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Granchis [1.73 MB]
Graveyard Gate Uncut
Directed by: Unknown
Released: December 2004
Preview Very very rubbish, very short movie but nevertheless, fitting for the season (Halloween). Three kids set of some 'fireworks' in the grounds of 3dmm's default haunted house with some ultimately predictable effects. Probably best to avoid this... Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Graveyard Gate Uncut [257 KB]
Griff Vs Kyle
Directed by: Griffon
Released: June 2002
Preview Sweet action, and great fun. I liked the ending, it was very good. The music fitted and I thought was overall excellent, No plot though but that doesn't matter.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Griff Vs Kyle [1.27 MB]
Grim Reapers Home Videos
Directed by: Cliffmosher
Released: July 2003
Preview I wasn't really expecting much from this movie (look at the title!). I've also never seen anything by Cliffmosher myself so I didn't know what to expect. Grim Reaper's Home Videos is a compilation of deaths. Yeah I know the idea is not very new or original, but I actually was kind of surprised about how entertaining it was. Most of the deaths were pretty entertaining. The scenery and animation were pretty basic but still more than adequate. I think speed is of great important in a movie like this. The eye has to be kept entertained. Cliffmosher really did a good job of pushing that idea. More often that not movies like this are too slow and loose their appeal. Looking at the movie on the whole, I can safely say that this is a nice addition to the FF. I don't think it will compare to the other great titles that are still to come, but that doesn't really bother me. After all it's about quality, and this movie has enough of that for me to give it a fair rating.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Grim Reapers Home Videos [1.16 MB]
Grinning Moon
Directed by: Sergon
Released: October 2002
Preview Simply WOW. Definitely movie of the update, This reaks quality and the suspension will kill you. Scenery is more than detailed. The voices are scarce but are all believable and clear. The plot is simply but extremely effective as the main characters thinks he's being followed. When I started watching this movie I saw the good start and I was hoping that the quality continued throughout. And apart from a really long pause, It was fine. A brilliant creative movie. The music was original and very fitting for the action. Note you will need the Doraemon Expansion pack to view this movie. Download it now!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Grinning Moon [1.44 MB]
Grinning Moon: Second Edition
Directed by: Sergon
Released: July 2003
Preview We loved the original released sometime around Halloween 2002. This second edition of the movie makes some minor improvements to the script and scenery. It also removes the necessity to have the Doraemon expansion pack installed. It's short, exciting, dark and soulless - it's very well executed. If you haven't yet seen this movie, download it, and if you've already seen it, download it again!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Grinning Moon: Second Edition [1.56 MB]
Groctor Gruff
Directed by: Martin Hagrot
Released: August 2003
Preview Here we have a unique little treasure. The most original 3dmm movie I have ever seen in my whole entire life. I really enjoyed this, the scenery was unique and artsy, which kept my interest. The soundtrack was superb, all songs somehow fit perfectly in an awkward sort of way. The plot, goofy and thin, made me smile. How the characters reacted to everything, and their overall rareness, was like nothing I've seen before. Overall, a silly yet unique film, I recommend watching this movie if you want something new.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Groctor Gruff [1.92 MB]
Groctor Gruff 2
Directed by: Martin Hagrot
Released: September 2003
Preview Well Gr. Gruff and the gang are at it again! This time Gregor decides to spread the news of communism and its up to Gr. Gruff and Little Python to stop him. Much in the style of Digouts this is very random humor based and it is done really well. I was laughing throughout much of the movie. The quirkiness also added to the humor and the odd, comical movements were well animated. The music fit well, even though I can't pronounce most of the bands names. Overall a well done and entertaining comedy. I'd definitely recommend this to those who liked Gr. Gruff 1 and the Digout movies.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Groctor Gruff 2 [2.86 MB]
Groctor Gruff 3
Directed by: Martin Hagrot
Released: December 2003
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #2. Three? There have been another two? I've never heard of them. Hmm.. I'll have to track those down. EDIT: Tracked down! (see above). This is a crazy ass Swedish movie, much the same as Digouts. It's all incredibly random, and in parts quite funny. Some bits I really didn't get, which kind of undid any humor before-hand. The crazy scenery and quirky characters were cool though. It's good, but just too fuckin' silly...
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Groctor Gruff 3 [5.81 MB]
Guesthouse, The
Directed by: Alastair Lochan, Trevor Lochan
Released: July 2002
Preview A very good attempt at a horror movie. Strangely, it works very well, and is incredibly watchable. The story is pretty bog-standard horror stuff, where a man is stuck in the middle of nowhere and stays in some kind of enchanted/haunted guesthouse. It could have been a lot better if the directors had just polished it a bit more. For example, they could of added more eerie music to add to the atmosphere and stuck a few original sound effects in there. A lot of the time it was silent and some of the sound effects interrupted each other, canceling the other out. The scenery was extremely basic and animation wasn't exactly fluid, however, I liked the little bits of insanity that were added. The old women suddenly brushing past the camera was great - adding a great deal of 'scariness'. Overall, not bad and quite watchable, but if a few minor things had been seen to, it could have been much better.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
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Guesthouse Preview, The
Directed by: Alastair Lochan, Trevor Lochan
Released: August 2001
Preview A boring preview here of this upcoming horror movie. The music is very weak, the camera movement is crap (sometimes objects just stay still while others move) and the effects are dated. Doesn't give away much. I guess it's just about a grandma killing people or something. Watch those grannies! Not really worth downloading.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Guesthouse Preview, The [120 KB]
Gugville Theatrical Trailer
Directed by: Alan Maloney
Released: December 2003
Preview A strange trailer here for what looks like an equally strange movie. Apparently an army of clones is heading towards a city to destroy some people or something. I dunno that's all I could really pull from it. Alot of Matrix Revolutions references in here as well. The rain was done well though and some of the other animations weren't that bad but that's about it. The movie should be somewhat entertaining though when it does happen to get released.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Gugville Theatrical Trailer [1.02 MB]
Gustave in Mission Omega
Directed by: Jamie Fletcher
Released: April 2005
Preview A short random PAM/comedy. The voices were so random, they were actually quite amusing, and I has to be said, the animation was pretty solid. The scenery was largely default, yes, but it don't really matter if this is this guys VERY first movie. First-time custom scenery is nearly always bad, and in the parts where such techniques are encompassed, this is no exception. All-in-all, this was pretty funny, I particularly liked the hound attack. Download for a random laugh. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Gustave in Mission Omega [914 KB]