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Ice Cream Killer, The
Directed by: Milo Howitt
Released: October 2000
Preview Good stuff for someone his age. From the depths of the mind of a new director, this movie. He can admit his mistakes, which I like. Remarkable for a first release. It's about a mad bloke witha big gun who hates kids and ice-cream, especially when they mix.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Ice Cream Killer, The [67 KB]
Ice Cream Man
Directed by: Kyle Magocs
Released: June 2004
Preview Ice Cream Man is... well, a music video. Nothing to spiffy or amazing story-centric wise, but it's a fun little watch about a kid chasing an ice cream truck for some... vague reason... I dunno, just read this and shut up. Now, I've never seen any of Kyle Magocs' other stuff (NOTE: I watched this movie before I saw his compilation) so I don't know what to expect from him, but the basic scenery and sometimes sorta under-average animation left me in dark from what I was supposed to be watching. Okay, so there's no story, bad scenery and animation, so what am I to expect from a movie like this? The answer is 2-and-a-bit minutes of good fun, that's what. It's always fun to watch chases in 3dmm, no matter how they look or what they're about. So I was pretty pleased while watching that young lad breeze down the highway after the one-eyed ice cream man before tansforming into a bouncy HMC and ending the movie with a cliff drop. Um... there's not much else to say, really.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Ice Cream Man [740 KB]
Identity (unfinished)
Directed by: James Burgon
Released: July 2004
Preview ANOTHER unfinished Monsieur Burgon movie. As always seems to happen with James, his awesome-looking movies are released unfinished. It is a big, no, HUGE shame, because this has the potential to be one of the best 3dmm films ever. The scenery was great; the plot was interesting, and if it had been finished it would have been so much more. Such a shame... Please finish your next title James! Please... for me! Nevertheless, regardless of it's completion, I'm giving it the top mark it deserves.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Identity (unfinished) [5.45 MB]
Identity Preview
Directed by: James Burgon
Released: December 2002
Preview Not a bad little preview this one, doesn't give away a lot, but just gives out enough to get the audience at least moderately interested.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Identity Preview [354 KB]
I Know Christmas Special
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: December 1999
Preview This special edition of the "I Know" series was released for Christmas '99. Will introduced a lot more camera angle switching to make the movie a lot more visually sophisticated. It's not really a movie in with the Christmas spirit, but it's good for a Willy Maltby style laugh. Another classic.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
I Know Christmas Special [699 KB]
I Know Compilation 1
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: June 1999
Preview The first of the legendary "I Know" movies. This movie contains 5 "I Know" scenes. Despite it's age this movie is still good to watch and provides a good introduction to this infamous series. Basically, it's about Gustave running around maniacally getting himself killed in the process. Lot's of times. I recommend downloading the whole series, obviously starting with this one! A piece of 3dmm history.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
I Know Compilation 1 [562 KB]
I Know Compilation 2
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: June 1999
Preview Slightly better than the first, but still dated and slow-paced. Most of the deaths aren't even that funny, but the whole thing somehow manages to have charm. You have to remember that these movies are nearing 6 years old and considering that, some of the animation is actually pretty decent. An excellent addition to the series for it's fans.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
I Know Compilation 2 [278 KB]
I Know Compilation 3
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: June 1999
Preview Again, more of the same... more deaths, more hilarity and even more history. The action has got a little faster with this episode. The escalator part in was pretty funny. Animation etc. is also good considering it's age, but I still think anyone but fans of the series will be desperately bored watching this.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
I Know Compilation 3 [308 KB]
I Know Compilation 4
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: June 1999
Preview The 4th part in the series and things are steadily getting more slick and fast. Gustave explores 5 more ingenius ways to dispose of himself. The deaths are also becoming better choreographed. The meteor in the final shot is tops!
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
I Know Compilation 4 [289 KB]
I Know Compilation 5
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: July 1999
Preview This 5th part in the series brings with it a new found faster pace and Chris's infamous "blblblehhh!" death scream. The final scene is hilariously horrific. The death sequences weren't quite as original as in the last episode, mind. Nevertheless, a worthy addition to the popular series.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
I Know Compilation 5 [211 KB]
I Know Compilation 6
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: October 1999
Preview Dubbed as one the best "I Know" movies, it is also marks the start of a higher level in quality for the series. Containing 5 more (6 including intro) very inventive death sequences.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
I Know Compilation 6 [467 KB]
I Know Compilation 7
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: October 1999
Preview The 7th in the series takes a much faster approach by ridding the slow dithering between scenes and making each scene more brisk. There are a total of 6 deaths (7 including the intro). Visually, this movie is a whole lot more polished than any other one and the comedy is on it's way up.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
I Know Compilation 7 [386 KB]
I Know Compilation 8
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: October 1999
Preview The 8th in the series. I'd say this movie completes the transition into a new and faster "I Know" movies. Some pretty neat animation for it's day and genius voice acting as always. Contains 7 deaths.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
I Know Compilation 8 [485 KB]
I Know Compilation 9
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: October 1999
Preview This movie has the best intro and outro so far and contains the best "I Know" scene yet. The visuals are looking more spangly than ever, something fans of the series should download straight away.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
I Know Compilation 9 [571 KB]
I Know Compilation 10
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: October 1999
Preview I seem to remember this movie being a delayed...? If I am correct then there is good reasoning as to why. This is by far the most impressive of all the "I Know" movies. The scenery is pretty decent and the animation is true to Will Maltby's unstoppable style. I'm finding it hard reviewing all these movies in one go now, because I have watched so many it's becoming hard to compare them. Easily the best in the regular series.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
I Know Compilation 10 [858 KB]
I Know Halloween Special
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: October 1999
Preview Gustave goes on a 'trick or treat' to good old Venie's in this Halloween based "I Know", obviously! (100% fitting for this update!). A very good collection of ingenius methods of suicides. This is the first "I Know" movie to consist entirely of custom scenes.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
I Know Halloween Special [553 KB]
I Know Random Edition
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: December 2002
Preview Maltby never got round to finishing this movie, apparently due to the transition he made from Windows 9x to XP. This is just an intro and one scene. But it's a pretty spectacular. Both this intro and scene are unfinished leaving a few things to the imagination. With Windows 9x the music is synced perfectly both in the intro and scene. With XP it's screwed.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
I Know Random Edition [494 KB]
Impfight IV
Directed by: Digital Taco
Released: October 2004
Preview The Impfight series, up until this addition, have been ten to twenty second test movies for v3dmm. Impfight IV is much longer, and you can tell Taco put more work into it. It's the perfect example of what a huge breakthrough v3dmm really is. This movie may be short and pointless, but it's beautiful and encourages use of v3dmm.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Impfight IV [775 KB]
In-Crowd, The
Directed by: Spencer Sult
Released: July 2000
Preview A pretty average film on all accounts. A bit of use of blood but he's only used 3dmm scenes and the plot is non-existant. Something to see if you have seen all the other movies in this theatre. Sorry Spencer, it just ain't much chop, mate.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
In-Crowd, The [527 KB]
Incredible Adventures of..., The
Directed by: Rick Trimble
Released: December 2004
Preview James bond loses his sense of reality, a demon couple goes to Doraemon land, and a guy goes around saying random things. Where could this all have started? From the twisted mind of Rick Trimble! Using the advances v3dmm has to offer, Rick has once again shown the community how twisted he is by creating a movie consisting of complete silliness and things you thought you might never see in a 3dmm movie. I must be as twisted as Rick because I was laughing throughout this movie. My only regret about this movie is that it seems to end all too soon when the fun was really beginning. But then again, there's always a good chance Rick might bless us all by making a sequel. Right Rick? Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Incredible Adventures of..., The [5.86 MB]
Individuevolve
Directed by: Blake Walker
Released: September 2001
Preview A curious title, and a great movie from Blake. It tells the story of a small high school community, where it is evident that everyone has different beliefs. It kicks off when a girl in history class claims that she is offended by, and refuses to do her evolution assignment, and it skyrockets from there, I'll just leave the rest for you to find out. All scenes are self- made, and the storyline is mostly crystal clear. Blake used beautiful music from 'The Green Mile' soundtrack, which creates a purely inspiring atmosphere. Voices by blake himself, Vivalavova, and many other movie makers. If you are a Christian viewer, you may be slightly offended.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Individuevolve [6.31 MB]
Individuevolve 2 Preview
Directed by: Blake Walker
Released: September 2002
Preview A decent looking preview for the sequel to the great Individuevolve. Blake is now being helped by Dan Luke to created the second and the animation and scenery is looking much better. It talks about a society in which people from democracy become involved in a cult following. I simply can't wait.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Individuevolve 2 Preview [423 KB]
In Love
Directed by: Jon Hudak
Released: December 2004
Preview I'd never heard of the director or this movie before, so I was pleasently suprised when I opened the file. A very good short about revenge with great sounds, animation, and effects. The scenery wasn't as good but there were some nice bits. It's a strange movie but one that everyone can enjoy. Download now and have fun. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
In Love [1.40 MB]
Intergalactic War
Directed by: Luis Badano
Released: October 2000
Preview A battle movie with a hint of drama to it, this is the debut film of this new director all the way from Argentina. Don't cry for me, Argentina. Ahem. Anywayyy... this movie is pretty good for a first effort but the battle is too short & could have been done better. Quite reasonable explosions though! As this is the first in a series, I'm sure things will improve in later movies.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Intergalactic War [1.59 MB]
Intergalactic War 2
Directed by: Luis Badano
Released: November 2000
Preview Much improved from the first episode. Like the original in the sense that it has Spanish voices with English subtitles but this isn't really that annoying, in fact the foreign language speech is a nice chance in my view! Anyway, there is no use of Misty City here; just some very nice handmade scenes and animation.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Intergalactic War 2 [2.33 MB]
Intergalactic War 3
Directed by: Luis Badano
Released: November 2000
Preview The concluding part in this sci-fi miniseries featuring the final showdown between the robots and the heroes. Some amazing stuff here and good ideas such as the use of split-screen technique and some nice-looking scenes for newbie work with plenty of detail in many. What an amazing piece of work from a new director, very promising. Despite the fact the voices being in Spanish? Maybe Mexican? I apologise for my lack of knowledge in languages... getting on with it... sub titles are included. The animation is well done, and the slow motion effects were used well, one thing I didn't get was the 'freak on a leash' part. There is a small bloopers part at the end, and because of it, I think I know the word for 'cut' in Spanish/Mexican, CORTES! It continues the battle of the humans against the robots and never gets boring being very fast-paced and featuring animation with a certain wow-factor. Though there are some scenes that are simple in construction, for the most part the movie is eye-candy; and Senor Badano obviously loves his explosions since there are even more in this one than the last one but they're great to watch. Other effects such as snow, dust-clouds and the like are also included with successful results. I'm looking forward to the on-going series and think that, for a newbie, this is some of the best work I've seen in a long time. Now if only all our movies had these sorts of effects! The only negative thing is that maybe future episodes could have better plots; a love interest, rivalry amongst the heroes or something to add some dimension to the characters.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Intergalactic War 3 [5.52 MB]
In the Box
Directed by: Guy Collins
Released: June 2001
Preview Guy's animation is very slick and fast. It's kinda like Will Maltby's. So, overall, this is a good movie which has a interesting plot, good and simple animation, lots of camera movements, and of course, action. It also has good music, perfectly edited so it fits very well (at least on my Windows 95 computer). I recommend you to download this brilliant movie made by Monsieur Collins. One of my favorite movies of all time.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
In the Box [3.40 MB]
In the Name of Christ
Directed by: Rudi Edsall, Tristan Orr
Released: September 2000
Preview AWESOME work from newbie directors Tristan and Rudi; only thing is, they're not really newbies it seems cos they've been working on this for nine months! Only thing about it is, for a serial killer movie, it could have shown some more murder scenes actually being committed. Nice job, buddies.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
In the Name of Christ [974 KB]
Invasion from Yer-Anus
Directed by: Vincent Van De Wetering
Released: November 1999
Preview When I first saw this movie, I couldn't believe it was made in 1999. The animation and scenery were far above the norm at the time. The movie is about a city under attack from giant turds. There are shit jokes aplenty in this movie, but also other types of humour. The voices were all very funny, and all this put together adds up to one of my favourite 3dmm classics. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Invasion from Yer-Anus [4.65 MB]
Invasion of Tekalnus IV - Part 1, The
Directed by: Michael Pope
Released: February 2003
Preview I believe this is the first release by the guy more commonly known to the community as Griffon. The Invasion Of Tekalnus IV is an entertaining action romp inspired by the Games Workshop, Final Liberation, as well as the 3dmm directors Rewampa and Aaron Haynes. With a degree of animation, lighting and character creation that is very rare - especially from a newbie, this is largely impressive. However, the movie doesn't really develop - it doesn't go anywhere - and I was very disappointed when I was expecting a huge battle to commence, only to be hit with the words, 'Some hours later'. The music isn't what you'd expect from an sci-fi action either. It doesn't fit very well with the on-screen action, so I hope that with future parts Michael will take extra care when choosing a appropriate score. Nevertheless, I recommend that you all have a look at this because if things carry on the way they have started, it looks at though Michael could grow be a very special director indeed.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Invasion of Tekalnus IV - Part 1, The [3.07 MB]
Iron Sights (Clips)
Directed by: Jay Holliday
Released: September 2003
Preview Ah yes... Those fabled clips of the (hopefully) forthcoming 'Iron Sights'. A couple of years ago I was chatting to Jay for fucking hours on ICQ when he sent me all he had done on the movie as a backup - incase he somehow lost them. It was fucking hot shit. Funnily enough, a while after, he made a post on the BB saying his girlfriend had knocked the plug of his computer out of its socket and he had lost a good days work. Anyway, since then, these clips have been rumored, passed on and discussed. I thought I had lost them, but whilst looking on an old Zip disc for some work I stumbled across them! Grinning with glee I thought I'd share them with you lot. Don't expect much - cos there isn't a lot, but please do enjoy. Now a couple of years old, these clips may not seem as impressive as they were back then, but then again, HMC's are pretty much becoming the norm now-a-days.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Iron Sights (Clips) [2.27 MB]
It all Started on Will's Birthday
Directed by: Gavin Owers
Released: January 2002
Preview A great short and comedy by Gavin made to celebrate Will Maltby's 21st birthday, "It All Started..." is really funny. As 3dmmers fail to notice that Will is unresponsive, they deal with newbies and cutting the cake. The movie ends on a cliffhanger as there were supposed to be sequels, but they never came to be. Overall a hilarious movie that should be enjoyed by everyone. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
It all Started on Will's Birthday [2.65 MB]
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Comunity
Directed by: Shalafii
Released: August 2001
Preview Hmm... its titled a teaser, but it sure doesn't tease me. It doesn't give any information about what the movie may be about, it simply introduces the characters who are going to be present in the movie, by displaying the character with their name by the side... yes... The only real animation that is in the movie is the moving text, and this is done badly. On the whole, pretty poor, and if the teaser is anything to go by, the final movie will be awful. Oh, and the director can't spell 'Community'.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Comunity [245 KB]
IW6 - War is Raw
Directed by: Colin Chia
Released: December 2000
Preview Hmm, it's got the usual authentic wrestling show format to it but it's starting to feel really repetitive. If fights went outside the ring and there were some creative environments, the series would begin to shine again but I found this a mish-mash of the first five 'events'. The fact I had seen the Baked Goods Promo before and that A New McMarn has been out as a movie for ages - yet the preview is shown here - detracts further from the enjoyment level. Overall though, it's still entertaining if you've liked the series so far. The quality of the six episodes so far is also consistent in terms of animation however.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
IW6 - War is Raw [5.41 MB]