Napster Bad
Directed by: Rudi Edsall
Released: December 2000
Preview A 3dmm version of a Macromedia Flash cartoon featuring Lars Ulrich from Metallica talking to the fans and cursing the users of Napster using the sound used in that Flash animation. Nothing more to be really said about it. Entertaining enough to watch but I'm taking off a point because of the fact it's not a new creation but a 3dmm version of an existing animation.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Napster Bad [762 KB]
Necro NIght
Directed by: Dave Smith, Jeremy Dick
Released: December 2004
Preview A short horror comedy from Jeremy and Dave here for the Winter Film Festival 2004. It has a simple zombie story; two curious boys resite an age old spell to bring revivethe dead. Their fun backfires when the spell actually works, resulting in the dead rising from their graves to eat the living. Enraged, a zombie hunter makes it his job to go after them. The scenery is a mix between the default angles, enhanced with the new expansion pack textures. It looks ok, but it isn't exactly a new or original technique. I thought the voice acting was quite well done, but other than that nothing else really shined. It is all very average,dating looking stuff. It wouldn't have looked out of place 3/4 years ago to be perfectly honest. I really can't suggest this as a worthwhile download to everyone, but make sure it becomes part of your collection if you are a particualr fan of the horror genre, or you are a die hard Dave Smith or Jeremy Dick follower.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Necro NIght [3.88 MB]
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Directed by: Chris Palmer
Released: March 2000
Preview No sound. No music. No voices. Substandard ripoff of a popular Japanese anime series. One only for the fans who'll probably hate it too.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Neon Genesis Evangelion [212 KB]
Neon Genesis Evangelion 2
Directed by: Chris Palmer
Released: June 2000
Preview He didn't learn... No sound. No music. No voices. Substandard ripoff of a popular Japanese anime series. One only for the fans who'll probably hate it too.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Neon Genesis Evangelion 2 [166 KB]
Newbie Strikes Back, The
Directed by: Hamish Gavin
Released: February 2003
Preview A lot better than the movie 'The Adventures of Jim & Tim' also by Hamish - this one at least has a point! "Submit this movie, or die!". Well; I don't want to die, so I thought I had better put it up. The animation and visuals ain't all that bad, and Hamish has had a pretty good attempt as some moving camera. It's a shame the voice acting is complete wank.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Newbie Strikes Back, The [1.25 MB]
New House, The
Directed by: Sims Odom
Released: July 2000
Preview Another memorable short comedy film from Sims, with reasonable animation and sounds.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
New House, The [291 KB]
New Movie, A
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: March 2003
Preview LOL! AHAHA - I actually laughed out loud when watching this! Purposely following all the traits of a bad movie, such as annoying fanfares, rubbish animation, random events, crappy voices and awful sound synchronization, Leigh has created an instant comedy classic. Download now!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
New Movie, A [106 KB]
New Shoes 2
Directed by: Mister Mong
Released: July 2004
Preview Alright... Here's an interesting movie. By interesting, I of course mean 'omfg its teh gay', but ANYWAYS... Here's the run-down: It starts off making you think it'll be a really good movie, 'cause there's all this fancy intro lettering animations, company logos crap, etc. And then the rest is pretty dumb. Until the credits. Then it gets good again 'cause the credits have fancy animated lettering too. Yeah... well okay I'm not really being fair; the movie itself has some pretty decent custom made scenes, and the animation itself wasn't bad at all, such as when the check is opened. Story-wise, it wasn't all that funny. There were a few things that kinda made me chuckle, mostly the "Patrick Killer 3000" at the end. The music was steady and boring, and I felt like I was watching a cutscene from some old Duke Nukem game. Well... I've never even played it before... but whatever. Voice acting was mediocore. The best voice I heard was that of The Director, so he gets a boy scout's sticker. And they made subtitles in the default comic sans font, on annoying backround colours, and that got to be a pain too; gave it too much of a n00b feel. So yeah, nothing too special here, but the effort is acknowledged, so download it when you have nothing else to do.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
New Shoes 2 [7.34 MB]
Nigger Street
Directed by: Anssi Kemppainen, Harri Heikkinen
Released: December 2000
Preview Animation wise, not much to speak of, a bit of blood, a basketball hoop, ball and net. Its an average tale about some African-Americans in the Bronx. Stereotypical but still amusing. Acting a bit dodgy. Will Smith's 'Miami' music suits it and it's good that its volume goes down when the speech starts. It's not a must-see but is good for mild entertainment.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Nigger Street [338 KB]
Night at Spike's House, A
Directed by: Dave Smith
Released: August 2005
Preview I honestly donít know what I just saw. A Night at Spikeís House is a drug-ridden homophobic romp that doesnít go anywhere except deeper into its own hole of some twisted, perverted reality. The story involves a relationship that ends because a friend calls the girlfriend a bitch. The friends then proceed to get high and engage in a night of sex, drugs, and a tempting urge to hit stop. The presentation and visuals are not the main focus of this short, and it shows. The sets consist of walls, and occasionally a floor or two. The camera remains stationary on those scenes, with one or two good angles thrown in for good measure. The sound is abysmal. Spikeís dialogue in particular sounds as if itís coming from a cell phone in the bed of a dump truck in an abandoned nuclear missile silo, and it drowns out all other sound in the thing. The dialogue is typical teen sex humor stock, consisting mostly of f*** and other sexual slurs, most of which are used in callous, unjustifiable ways. This film is crude, stupid, offensive, and not worth the download. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Night at Spike's House, A [2.55 MB]
Nightmare from Space (unfinished)
Directed by: Ben Rice
Released: June 2005
Preview Ben Rice has since moved on to other projects, so Nightmare from Space has officially been scrapped. From the looks of the unfinished version, it was unlikely to improve on Rice's latest movie, The Handmade Character. Nightmare from Space (NFS) is plagued by a pretty bad script. One thing Rice should do is work on getting his script edited by a third party before continuing. There were too many unneccesary scenes, and many lines that could use polishing. The presentation of NFS is pretty basic. Although the camera moves a fair amount, it's pretty standard as far as angles go. Some scenes are framed so badly it's unclear where the action is taking place. The visuals are not spectacular, but they're not horrendous. There are many times where the textures mush into zigzags instead of how they're supposed to look. NFS also has another downside, and that is that the titular "Nightmare" creature isn't that scary. In fact, it's somewhat comical. The rounded shapes used to create it make it look cartoony. Sound is widely ranged. Some dialog is good, but faint, while others sound like they're being recorded on a telephone inside a echoey metal chamber that's submerged in a water tank in an airplane. The concept is cool, some effects are well done, but the weighty script and slow plot, not to mention the dialog bring down the movie. Though it's a shame to see it unfinished, Ben is best served by moving on. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Nightmare from Space (unfinished) [7.50 MB]
Nightmare from Space Trailer
Directed by: Ben Rice
Released: April 2005
Preview Ben Rice's incredibly hyped movie Nightmare From Space gets another trailer. This shows more of the interesting-looking plot, and the animation was good too. However, most of the scenery was pretty old-looking and the voice stammered too much. The end of the trailer does show a large improvement, so I can only hope that the rest of the movie lives up to this. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Nightmare from Space Trailer [296 KB]
Ninja Gaiden
Directed by: Gorosaurus
Released: December 2002
Preview A very slick and well produced movie from Gorosaurus made for the Film Festival. Impressive animation and custom characters are used to create some stunning effects of realism - achieving something that you just can't with 3dmm's default actors. Even if the plot is a little corny and somewhat predicable in places, the quality of everything else stops it from even mattering.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Ninja Gaiden [4.60 MB]
Ninja Gaiden 2: The Dragon Born Teaser
Directed by: Gorosaurus
Released: March 2004
Preview I think everyone was a fan of the original Ninja Gaiden, and again think that everyone will be pleased to learn about the sequel that is currently in the works. The combination of 2D and 3D animation is set to make a welcomed comeback, along with some all-new, all-better handmade ninjas! Unfortunately its only a teaser so it's all over a bit too quick. Watch this space for more info. Review by Will Cheyney.

Being a huge fan of the Ninja Gaiden game series and the original Gorosaur 3dmm Ninja Gaiden film, I was very excited when I got a chance to see what Gorosaur and Matt Burkett allowed us to see of the newest Ninja Gaiden film. I was not disappointed. The trailer itself showcases some amazing animation and scenery and what looks to be a very promising looking story. However, this amazing showcase ends all too soon because like all trailers, it ends all too soon. So if you want to catch a glimpse at what looks to be an already slick looking film, I suggest you download right away! Review by Jonny Anson.

Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Ninja Gaiden 2: The Dragon Born Teaser [314 KB]
Nocturne of Darkness: The Awakening Teaser
Directed by: Saxon
Released: July 2005
Preview Saxon's first release in the community, although in the form of a teaser, is impressive enough to convince people he's going to make movies of merit. As far as trailers go, however, this one doesn't contain too much story. There's no mention of plot, no set up, so all the action onscreen is a complete mystery. There are some perspective issues in the animation, where characters will fly high into the air without the mountains moving with them, or with quick zooms that don't have actor and surroundings at the same speed. The soundtrack also fades out a little too early, leaving the remainder of the trailer in near silence until the title is revealed. Though visually pleasing for the most part, the trailer gives no indication on whether the plot will be something substantial, which makes it get hard to be excited for. However, the look of the film is compelling enough to make one want to see the film. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Nocturne of Darkness: The Awakening Teaser [478 KB]
No Fears 1: The Strangers
Directed by: Evan Strobel
Released: November 2001
Preview Previously known as 'Stranger', 'No Fears: The Strangers', is the first installment in the 'No Fears' series. The director has had a good attempt at developing a followable storyline, however, you often find yourself wondering what the hell is going on, and who is who - but hey, this is pretty much a pointless action movie, right, and it is the first episode, so a certain degree of mystery surrounding the plot and characters has to be expected. The voice acting throughout, is of a high standard - clear and cool. The animation is also of a good throughout. Movements are swift and fluid, and the occasional sweeping camera is nice. Overall, a very nice, neat and fast paced movie from Evan. I think plot details and character development will be handled in later episodes, so look out for those when they are released.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
No Fears 1: The Strangers [3.08 MB]
No Fears 2: The Unseen (unfinished)
Directed by: Evan Strobel
Released: August 2002
Preview A cool action movie here from Evan, It has a reasonably good plot and isn't too hard to follow. It's annoying that's it's unfinished as it becomes another movie that could've been so much more. The action was fast and well animated, I particularly liked the detailed hotel outside and the room camera angle (see pic). A decent movie throughout, deserving a solid eight out of ten.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
No Fears 2: The Unseen (unfinished) [1.23 MB]
Noo Noo and Doo Doo
Directed by: Tom Simpson
Released: December 2000
Preview Noo Noo and Doo Doo. Hmmmm. To be honest, I wasn't really expecting much from this, simply because of the ridiculous title. My suspicions were confirmed when I started to watch it. To put it nicely, the story was shit. A story revolving around a couple of babies being thrown out by their parents for beating up another baby in their family because they were jealous of them, and then when they grow up they do some drugs and end up going to Mars and almost getting raped by aliens when Flash Gordon saves them, *breathes* isn't exactly my cup of tea. It is quite simply, stupid and boring to watch. All the voices were bad. Think chipmunk with a cactus shoved up its ass. Finally, when I thought all was lost, I did see a couple of quite nice custom scenes *phew*. But, to my horror, the credits reveled to me that they were stolen from Apocalypse by Robert Domke. Nightmare. Quite literally - trash.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Noo Noo and Doo Doo [5.11 MB]
Noo Noo and Doo Doo 2
Directed by: Tom Simpson
Released: June 2001
Preview After the first monstrosity (see above), I though perhaps the second may be an improvement on the first, be hell, was I wrong. Noo Noo + Doo Doo 2 is even worse than the first... that is possible right?! From what I gathered, someone jumped into a bush had a baby, and then, obviously(!?), go and kill Will Maltby...?! Again, the voices were crap so was the animation, and there was the odd scene which was quite nice - but no doubt stolen from other peoples films. On top of that, there is a hefty 5MB download! Avoid like the plague.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Noo Noo and Doo Doo 2 [4.63 MB]
No Use Crying Over Stolen Mitochandria
Directed by: Roger Wakeman
Released: August 2000
Preview This is weird and above-average fare. It uses the standard pre-rendered 3dmm Misty City scenes and doesn't really reach a high in its relatively short duration but it's a small download I guess.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
No Use Crying Over Stolen Mitochandria [192 KB]
Nuclear Danger
Directed by: David Vecchio
Released: April 1999
Preview This is a classic movie. At it's point of release it had amazing scenery, a well thought-out plot and convincing voices. It has stood the test of time, although slow in places it is held together by the brilliant characterisation and plot. This movie influenced many others after it including Kim Turley's 9mm (he actually stole two scenes from 'Nuclear Danger') and his recent movie 'Mindless Psycho Killing'. If you want to see how 3D movies can be great without the best scenery, then look no further.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Nuclear Danger [931 KB]
Nuclear Dawn
Directed by: Spencer Crabb, Evan Strobel
Released: December 2002
Preview A very very decent action movie here from two very talented directors. The first thing that struck me about this movie was the brilliant soundtrack accompanying the action, very fitting and exciting. The plot is fairly standard but the camera angles and characterisation makes it good to watch. The voices are also good, although some were not as easy to hear as others. Overall a very good movie with enough excitement to satisfy anyone. Download now.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Nuclear Dawn [8.80 MB]
Number Two
Directed by: Antonio Tortorelli
Released: August 2005
Preview Shadow The Hedgehog's cousin releases a movie here, and while it's not great, it's not without it's charms. It centres around a soccer TV show, where they're discussing a recent game. One team won, and one of the guests on the show refuses to believe it, so he basically goes batshit insane. It's a funny idea for a movie and it was implemented well. The scenery and animation are on par with Shadow's stuff, although Antonio may be better with camera movements. The main problem with this movie were the voices. They were too loud, and there was a lot of mic static. There's a lot of shouting in the movie, but that doesn't mean you have to scream into the microphone. Also, the subtitling wasn't the best. However, it's a good movie with a nice premise that would be a fairly good watch if you were bored. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Number Two [1.52 MB]
NUTS 1
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: January 2000
Preview An obsolete classic, and back in the day of it's release nothing short of breathtaking in terms of style and technique. A very detailed and well directed movie here. The movie is entirely made up of polygons - including the characters, allowing characters to portray facial expressions, which have been used to great effect. The movies is about a group of squirrels, who live in harmony with each other, and enjoy life. Everything is fine, until man, with dog by his side, enter the forest with one thing on their mind - hunting... The movie becomes extremely emotional, and you become strongly involved with the storyline and characters. The movie has an excellent sound track, and chipmunk style voices which are very fitting. Fabulous! Download now.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
NUTS 1 [5.35 MB]
NUTS 2
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: June 2000
Preview Redwampa's second installment of the NUTS movies. This movie picks up from where the first movie ended, and to great effect. The movie itself however, seems to have a very different feel about it. It doesn't have the same dramatic feel and feels much more like a real movie. Just as good as the first though, so again, a definite download. Utterly brilliant. Oh, and also look out for NUTS 3...!
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
NUTS 2 [11.65 MB]
NUTS 3
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: August 2005
Preview Lots of exiting things have happened in 2005. Aaron Haynes announced he was remaking the Vlarion series, Brad Ross returned to the community to continue his 3dmm work and now the idol of 3dmmers everywhere, Redwampa returns to the Bulletin Board and presents us with the movie we have all been waiting for for 5 years. Nuts 1 and 2 are first-class-classics and are two of the greatest movies ever conceived in 3dmm. Ever since their release in 2000, it is not secret that we have all been eagerly awaiting the third instalment in the series, but since Redwampa left after releasing 'Ghost in the Shell' in 2003 I guess we all thought the movie would never see the light of day. Now in the middle of 2005, six days before the 2005 Summer Film Festival, Redwampa comes out of nowhere and slaps us in the face with the release of Nuts 3. Bad news though, it's unfinished, and barely half the film was ever completed. It's dissapointing, yet exiting. One thing from Redwampa that you can always count on for never failing in his movies is the animation. Another; scenery. Even though nothing has changed really since we saw the 'Forest Attack clip' included with 'Ghost in the Shell', it is still rock-solid. As well as the usual Nuts trademarked forests and tree tops, new locations have been excellently crafted and even more diversification to this intricate series. The bulk of animation is tied up in the forest attack scene where, obviously the majority of production efforts were focused. Redwampa also introduced a whole new set of facial expressions for the squirrels. Fear, anger, sadness and fatigue make a debut. Expressions are particularly hard to do in 3dmm, but Redwampa managed to pull everything off using what could be classed as a set of old-fashioned techniques. Talking about techniques, Redwampa has also managed to creatively produce some astonishing effect using nothing but the bare-bones. Recapping the story so far, Nuts 1 saw the giants coming to the forest and tooking the squirrels mother and Guya went after them. Nuts 2 developed the plot into something thicker - the story gained a little more substance, and now Nuts 3 has evolved it further still, stretching Redwampa's imagination to great lengths. Overall this is definitely a movie to remember. I only wished that Redwampa could have checked 3dmm Disscusion before releasing this. Then he could have entered this in the Film Fest - that would have really been something - direct competition with 'Vlarion', 'Derelict', '5DMM' and 'Mean Bread'. Still, this was a tremendously exiting movie, right up until the 'end'. Redwampa kindly included the script as part of the package, so you can always read what would have happened next... We thought Redwampas magic had ended with 'Ghost in the Shell', we were all wrong. It ends here. Review by Ben Rice and Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
NUTS 3 [27.82 MB]
NUTS 3 (unfinished scenes)
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: Unknown
Preview A brilliant piece here from Redwampa (obviously) showing he is capable of everything that Pikios can do and more. The camera angles are perfection with cinematic style and slick scenery, the animation is smooth and detailed. The focus effect took my breath away and the plot was well throughout and pleasing. It is another excellent addition to the NUTS series and I hope it is finished.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
NUTS 3 (unfinished scenes) [1.23 MB]
NUTS Series Preview
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: May 2003
Preview NUTS, Redwampa's classic 3dmm series was recently brought 'closure' with the release of NUTS 3 (unfinished). Now that Redwampa has retired, I guess you the ending of the saga will be upto your imagination. This preview of the entire series (including episodes which will sadly never see the light-of-day) was released a couple of years ago. A brilliantly fitting theme song, brilliant animated scenery and the trademarked squirrel characters with their o-so-fluid movements - typical Redwampa fashion. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
NUTS Series Preview [3.46 MB]