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Kenny Dies
Directed by: Kim Turley
Released: November 2000
Preview A while back, someone made a movie where Kenny from South Park is systematically shot to death, body part by body part (who was that Jackson Buhck? Answers on a postcard please!) and this uses that same principal. Nothing more to really say about it. Animation is reasonably cartoony and the blood not amazingly done but for a really short little movie, this isn't too bad at all. On the Really-Short-Comical-Animation-Scale. Plus it's a nice and small download.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Kenny Dies [47 KB]
Kikky and Squeak #3
Directed by: Bryn Doherty
Released: September 2000
Preview The third movie in the ongoing cartoon series and this time it is set at The Backlot offices. This storyline could have been more developed. As it is, this only provides a fairly shallow setting and excuse for the rat to kill the cat again. The ITNOC gag is kind of funny but Bryn needs to make a decision; he should either make each episode ultra-short like in Itchy and Scratchy, or have an actual plot; at the moment, he's trying to do both but not succeeding in either. Something to think about for K&S #4.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Kikky and Squeak #3 [429 KB]
Kikky and Squeak Christmas Special 2000
Directed by: Bryn Doherty
Released: December 2000
Preview The best Kikky and Squeak by far with some good animation and story. And Squeak's voice is so cute! I think Bryn's movie popularity will improve dramatically with this latest installment and recommend you download it and see why. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Kikky and Squeak Christmas Special 2000 [1.99 MB]
Killer 3, The
Directed by: Cal Flavell
Released: January 2001
Preview No plot, no voices, just pure action. Terrific special effects, camera and good scenery. Basically, a big gun battle and no plot needed! Some decent weapon-related WAVs. Appropriate music. Overall, a sweet short movie - if only he'd release a long action movie with a plot as well.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Killer 3, The [580 KB]
Killing Ramza Brave
Directed by: Doughboy, Thomas Bown
Released: December 2003
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #5. A ridiculous movie about Doughboy and Thomas Bown on a mission to kill Ramza Brave, with rubbishy DD rip-off parts. OK, so for the two newbies, this wasn't actually all that bad - especially when you consider their track record. The movie was just slow and boring and had nothing really going for it. Within the first 2 minutes of watching, you could already tell how to movie would end. It wasn't very clever nor remotely funny. Also included in the zip is a movie containing the deleted scenes. Another thing; the building in scene 27 Jorrit made for me! That building is the 3dmm Studio headquarters, not the bulletin board. Boys.. you have some explaining to do!
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Killing Ramza Brave [7.10 MB]
Killing Spree
Directed by: Dash, Tucker Hime
Released: May 2004
Preview I asked if Tom would review this movie for 3dmm Studio. He sent me his review which simply read, "It sucks.". Now, as much as I would love to have included just that statement in the review I feel it deserves just a little more criticism. The movie is a duel effort, directed and compiled in much the same way as Brad Ross' and Guy Collins' 'The Fight'. For those of you not familiar with the concept I shall briefly outline it for you (Those who are, can just skip this part out). One director kicks the movie off with an opening scene. He/she then sends this to the second director and he/she then directs the next scene. They then send all of this back to the first director again and repeat this process until the movie is complete. Now, Guy and Brad pulled it off extremely well. Dash and Tucker haven't been quite as successful. I found it extremely tedious to watch all the way through and it makes movies such as NTA's 'P.A.M.' feel as though they have a compelling plot. None of it makes ANY sense. The animation and scenery is boring and non-impressive. The duffer of the Film Festival.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Killing Spree [3.15 MB]
Killing Time
Directed by: Joey Cosmos, Hamish Gavin
Released: July 2003
Preview A joint movie making effort here, working much the same was as Guy Collins' and Brad Ross' 'The Fight' - the directors take it in turns to direct a scene in the movie. It is the first movie I have watched to use Travis' 3dmm frame rate accelerator. It's a strange experience watching 3D Movie Maker movies run in a smoothly, a change I welcome, but theres something just not right about a 3dmm movie running fast... The on-screen action is just a little too fastly paced in this example for my liking. Anyway, I think it's fair to say that this pointless action movie was quite heavily influenced by Jimmy Pozin's 'A Ragtag Group Of Rebels' - everything from the location to the weapons is all too familiar. However, this doesn't stop it from being an entertaining watch in it's own right, it just means it's not the most original movie to ever hit the scene (but then again, what is?!). The zip file also comes with a host of special features and a couple of previews for forthcoming titles which is a nice little touch. All-in-all, good but not great.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Killing Time [4.29 MB]
Kinda Screwed - Episode 1
Directed by: Jynx
Released: June 2001
Preview A bloody excellent movie - which is, in parts, genuinely funny! This is probably the best 3dmm show movie the community has seen. The movie has excellent custom made scenery, and the animation overall is smooth and fluid, which helps the movies pace move nicely. Extremely entertaining to watch and a damn good download at a little under 2MB. Download now, and watch out for the next episode!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Kinda Screwed - Episode 1 [1.98 MB]
Kinda Screwed - Episode 2
Directed by: Jynx
Released: August 2001
Preview The second in this amazing 3dmm show thing is here, and yes, as you may have already heard, it's better than the first. I just love everything about this show, it all just totally works and I love the intro line "the only 3dmm show that doesn't have gay-ass wrestling music", hehe, damn straight!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Kinda Screwed - Episode 2 [2.18 MB]
Kinda Screwed - Episode 3
Directed by: Jynx
Released: August 2001
Preview The third in this immensely enjoyable series. As you'd expect, this is just as good as the others, if not better. Possibly the highlight for me was the final saying in the 'Funny things to say if you're American' which cracked me up. There's not much more I can say really; you know it's good, so just download asap.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Kinda Screwed - Episode 3 [2.09 MB]
Kinda Screwed - Episode 4
Directed by: Jynx
Released: August 2001
Preview The 4th installment in the 'Kinda Screwd' series. All the previous movies in the series have been hilarious, and I was hoping the same for this one. And it is as good! Its sooo funny. The shows appears to start off very slowly, but you soon learn that this is because the host, Mike Pfister, is pissed, hehehe. After some slurred ramble on his behalf, the bulletin board discussion topic starts. This episode, is about bulletin boards. Of course, the 3dmm.com and Metro BB are the main subjects. It is very entertaining to watch all the boards bitch. There are also some excellent soliloquies from Tony. The movie also shows some hilarious ' Fun newbie quotes', such as, "Shut up Andres - you Mexican!", and, "... you guys know when 3dmm 2 is coming?". Classic. The movies scenery is mostly nicely detailed and well put together, and character animation is average. If you liked the previous 'Kinda Screwd' episode - you'll love this. Download now.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Kinda Screwed - Episode 4 [3.28 MB]
Kinda Screwed - Episode 5
Directed by: Jynx
Released: December 2001
Preview This is the 5th installment in the 'Kinda Screwd' series. All of them have been halarious, and this episode is no exception - I found myself chuckling nearly as much as I did when watching 'Sgt. Steve'. The best part of the movie was undoubtably the Fagbasher part. The 'sand nigger' joke was classic. Sheer comedy, and probably the best in the series. Technically, the movie contained very few flaws. Great acting, great animation, great scenery, great comedy. Genius. Doon-load.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Kinda Screwed - Episode 5 [4.25 MB]
King, The
Directed by: Sergon
Released: May 2003
Preview Red Star Pictures presents Sergons latest imaginative action/drama piece. The movie shows the ever-growing guilt felt by a king when his country becomes involved in a war and his people die in battle solely to protect him. It's an original idea that extremely works well, helped by the directors excellent use of camera, scenery and animation. The voice acting was a little soulless in places, but on the whole, a pretty good job was made. An excellent movie with stunning effects - a recommended download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
King, The [3.85 MB]
Kirby: The Movie
Directed by: Bonafide
Released: July 2002
Preview Well what can I say? Very good character animation with hand-made characters, good scenery, original theme (kinda). But lacking a real plot, just go and destroy a bad guy. I liked it though, and was hooked throughout. Bonafide hasn't made many movies, and I thought it was very good quality from his level in the community, a brilliant effort, better than I could do anyday! If a bit more thought was put into this, I think it could definitely work, but as it stand it is still decent enough to be worth downloading.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Kirby: The Movie [885 KB]
Knights of Camelot, The
Directed by: Thomas Saville
Released: April 2004
Preview Well, well, well... This movie has been in the works for almost 4 years now I think. The amount of work that has gone into this is obvious right from the outset. The continuity of quality throughout is commendable. I was expecting it to run for a little longer than it did though, as I found it a little short. Perhaps this is purely a sign of how much I enjoyed it though! Tom took a bit of a risk when opting to make a movie with an entirely handmade character cast. Many directors start out with good intentions but quickly loose steam as they discover how much work animating a HMC is. The animation either becomes sloppy or the movie is released 'unfinished'. I'm now under the assumption that Tom, like my is a bit of a perfectionist. All the animation is slick, smooth and fluid. I found that the well-worked animation assisted the conveyance of the movies genuinely funny humor. I haven't chuckled so much over a 3d movie for a long time. The British humor is spot-on. It's silly, it's witty, it's cool. Everyone should download this immediately.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Knights of Camelot, The [8.17 MB]
Know Your Enemy Trailer
Directed by: Maggot Corpse
Released: September 2002
Preview An extremely bad trailer for this film by Maggot Corpse. It is slow, poorly animated and boring. The scenery lacks detail and the titles are wobbly and not even all spelled correctly. I'm beginning it was made as a piss-take, but then again I don't want to be horrible to the director. Credit is given to not using the default scenes and making an attempt at making his own. Maybe if a little more thought had gone into camera angles and scenes it could have been a lot better.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Know Your Enemy Trailer [610 KB]
KRB Revival
Directed by: Pogo
Released: August 2004
Preview A parody of the atrocious movie, Killing Ramza Brave (KBR). Director of the previous parody, 'Replay: Replayed', Pogo brings us a great little movie to our small-screens. Revival improves on the original in every sense of the meaning, ripping it apart from the ground up. It's been done in such a way that it leads me to believe that this is one of the most successful 3dmm parody movies ever. Now, I more often that not find humor in 3dmm fairly mediocre. I quickly get bored if it isn't witty, quick and more importantly, clever (there are only a couple of movies that I have seen where I can say I actually found them 'hilarious'). The empty plot apparent in the original has now been beefed up with quirky jokes and puns. Bown and Doughboy were even kind enough to do their own voicing for their characters in the film, adding to it's authenticity. A great little comedy, and a fine addition to the Film Festival.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
KRB Revival [5.22 MB]