Pain of Love, The
Directed by: Red Scorpion
Released: April 2005
Preview I want to start off by saying that this movie has the dumbest company introduction ever. Okay, now that I've got that out of the way, the scenery and HMC's didn't really go together very well, and a lot of the scenery differed in style, which annoyed me a bit. Also, I didn't understand much of what was happening. What... two guys come start punching up some guy for some reason then toss him off a bridge, pushing the guy to suicide? That was kinda dumb. And this drama also suffers from the usual 'Something bad happens so the main charater kills someone or himself with a gun and that's the end of the movie', much like 'Veteran' and 'Jake'. Not a very good film, but a bit of an improvement over previous efforts. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Pain of Love, The [1.38 MB]
Pamela
Directed by: Aaron Haynes
Released: August 2004
Preview An extremely unexpected movie for the Film Festival from Aaron here. It caught me off guard to tell you the truth, for two reasons. Firstly, I wasn't expecting a comedy and secondly, my initial impressions of the movie were through Aaron's signature on the bulletin board which suggested a dark yet sexy movie (I was thinking along the lines of a strip club) - it must have just been the neon subliminally talking to me! Pamala is an amalgamation of film noir and thrilling old school suspence (thanks Jaymond). It takes is inspiration from Grim Fandango and and an unfinished Kyle Macocs film. Such a combination has created an authentic noir feel, portraying the story of a detective on his latest case. Aaron has obviously worked quite hard on the script. He has coupled the dialoue and visual aspects of the film perfectly. The script is tight enough to provide a constant flow of humor and the visual comedy compliments. For example, when interviewing a client our main detective is leaning back on his chair rocking left and right. He stands up, leaving what appear to be his legs behind. We then see that he just has a pair of legs on the table designed to look like his - his were on the floor the whole time (gah - go watch it, you'll see what I mean). Anyway, what I'm trying to say is that the movie is littered with subtle visual quirks. Aaron has put some fantastic visual effects to use here. It has some of the best lighting effects ever done in 3dmm - I was particualry impressed with the shadow of the fan over the detectives legs in the opening scenes. As always, Aaron has made excellent use of the expansion packs new textures, creating some jaw dropping environments. The narration and all vocal aspects of the movie were flawless. Occassioanlly, there was something about's Jon's voice that just didn't seen... natural, but I'm not even sure that I didn't just imagine it. All-in-all a very clever and witty flick and one which no 3dmm collection should be without. Review by Will Cheyney.

Pamela is one of those movies that you can't help but enjoy, even if you don't quite know what is going on. That's not to say I don't. I do. Now. But Pamela was one of the first community made 3DMM movies I ever saw (in case you were really curious, they were, in order, Knights of Camelot - the first half, I get some pesky second-half error that I can't remedy for the life of me-- , REDUX, Pamela, and SATANIK) and although the end of the movie held significant "huh???" factor, it was thoroughly enjoyable even to a newbie. But I digress. Since I've watched it many times since then, I will be reviewing like I normally do, so not to worry. The story is great fun, in the style of film noir, and all those old detective flicks that our parents watched and told us about. Some parents made us watch them or spoofs of them. Mine having done that, the style was wonderfully appreciated. The writing was wonderfully suited for the style, and helped to emphasise it. The majority of the film is written as a soliloquy, lending an easy device to throw in some gags in ways that dialogue comedies aren't able to. Aaron's story suckers the viewer into expecting a full-on detective mystery, before taking a wild twist at the end. Aaron's writing only adds to this. Part of the success of the story is the ability of the writing to create everything: atmosphere, mood, and dry humor. The writing is excellent, with the detective's internal monologue serving as a great guide into the 3DMM noir world Aaron has created. Aaron Haynes' great talent is in the presentation. This movie reeks style. From stylised camera angles to wonderfully executed camera moves, Aaron uses his talent not to show off, but always to further the story. Aaron uses some ambitious tricks as well. Most notable were the fan blades and their shadows in the opening sequence. This is one of those stylistic quirks that fits perfectly with the genre, as well as being technically impressive. Pamela is full of visual gags. The nature of the film calls for them and Haynes delivers. There are several instances when the expected does not happen. These gags can be as slight as moving the camera in conjunction with the character's mindset, or as random as the detective fading down the street with a brief detour on top of a building before continuing. Pamela is presented in a mostly dark palette. Haynes has made extensive use of the expansion pack's many shades of grey to create a moody cityscape and office. If Haynes' style for the film could be summed up in one word, it would be moody. Another of Aaron Haynes' strong suits is the visual composition of the film. As said earlier, Haynes uses the expansion pack to an expert degree, utilising shading techniques possible with its large array of textures. Haynes also achieves a remarkable amount of realism for pre-v3DMM movies. Shadows, window-glare, and even lamp-post bright spots all work as their supposed to, a tremendous feat in 3DMM itself. They aren't perfect. Many of Haynes' attempts to blend textures work, until the scene moves. I had many examples of flashing textures as scenes moved. At one point it appeared as if Detective's desk was wildly spinning, when in reality it was just zooming and having texture flashes. This occurred often enough to notice. Although not entirely Haynes' fault (the program has difficulty rendering blended textures correctly), some of these could have been avoided. However, Haynes is a great innovator, so I can see why he'd pursue such effects. Other than that, Haynes has done quite a task and created a remarkably lifelike environment with the limited resources of 3DMM. Pamela boasts an impressive sound design. Though it makes use of a ton of standard 3DMM sound effects, it is a part of the story and the point. (If you haven't seen it, you'll have no IDEA what I'm talking about. Then again, if you haven't seen it... you haven't seen Pamela???) The music goes remarkably well with the story and the action on screen. I, however, especially liked the opening credits sequence for its music, and for Aaron's appreciative use of the text boxes. I also would like to applaud Aaron's use of Richard Cheese in the credits music. It seemed remarkably appropriate, given the point of the movie. And lots has to be made of Jon Barton's voice work. For such a soliloquy-intensive movie, Barton manages to embody the character of Detective and be convincing as he does it. At first, I was a little sceptical as to how Jon's accent would fit the role of Detective, but I completely forgot about it approximately 3 1/37 minutes into the movie. Jon's voice work is yet another banner reason to see this film. He employs a dry sense of humor, and talks through the script without dropping a hat for the funny lines. It works tremendously. I most like his delivery of the line regarding Detective's first instinct when being followed by the shadowy figure with the stretched cube. Aaron Haynes has managed to push his style into yet another genre, one that never really existed before Pamela. One thing about Aaron, though his movies all boast smooth, impressive camera techniques, he builds a new style based on what he's working on. Pamela is an essential download for any kind of 3DMM person ever. It has a couple flaws, but what doesn't? These hardly detract from the experience of one of the defining 3DMM films of 2004. Review by Andrew Salter.

Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Pamela [7.39 MB]
Pants As
Directed by: Ben Wheele
Released: October 2000
Preview Very odd this. A bunch of little skits/stills precede the main feature with Thomas the Tank Engine, Postman Pat, an Indian man and others. Then the feature about an escape from a tower which is quite entertaining to watch followed by corny ending animation's.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Pants As [2.54 MB]
Pants As 2
Directed by: Ben Wheele
Released: July 2001
Preview A disorganized, unfocused nothingfest, PaNTs As Classic is Ben Wheale's "film" about nothing, for no purpose other than to release something that attempts to find its own groove in being some sort of "alternative movie." It fails miserably. Whatever PaNTs As is, entertaining, it is not, impressive, it is not, and pointless? It is. There is no story, no cohesive visual style, and contains a "Woohoo"-less version of the "Woohoo Song." That pretty much sums up the film. No amount of boredom could possibly drive me to reccommend this. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Pants As 2 [480 KB]
Park, The
Directed by: Dave Miles
Released: December 2002
Preview This was the first movie I'd seen by Dave and to be honest, I wasn't really expecting much. However, we have quite a cool 'lil movie here - short and simple, but it works! The scenery is nicely done, and the small cuts to a quirky camera angle or close up are effective.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Park, The [291 KB]
Peak
Directed by: Kyle Magocs
Released: December 2004
Preview The first addition to the 3dmm Winter Film Festival 2004. A heart warming musical short, about a man who breaks up with his girlfriend and tries to solve the problems in his life. He takes up some interesting jobs and journeys, including working in Santa's Grotto and climbing up a mountain to put up the Doraemon flag. The movie rounds off nicely, giving the guy the Christmas he deserves. The scenery was nicely done and the animation was pretty average. A great start to the Winter Film Festival.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Peak [933 KB]
Perfect Dark
Directed by: David Renne
Released: September 2003
Preview A semi-decent sci-fi film with a semi-decent premise. The voicing is not too bad and scenery follows suit. An obvious amount of effort has gone into this, but I guess the director just ran out of stream, which leads me to the bad things about this movie. Firstly, it is way too drawn out and secondly, the ending is seriously rushed, to the extent that a 'THE END' sign just flashes up without caution. Not bad but not great either. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Perfect Dark [15.12 MB]
Philanthropy Preview
Directed by: Dan Luke
Released: October 2002
Preview An ok looking preview. This movie alot of detail has gone into the scenery and it really shows. I hope the plot lives up to the animation. This really has potential to be a brilliant movie.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Philanthropy Preview [253 KB]
Phosphorescent Teaser
Directed by: Leslie Wai
Released: September 2003
Preview Ooo! Now this looks very nice... yet another ambitious project by the ultra cool Leslie Wai featuing an entire cast of hand made characters. Looks amazing, moves great and I for one can't wait!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Phosphorescent Teaser [341 KB]
Pickle Slicer, The
Directed by: Jeremy Dick
Released: December 2002
Preview Hilarious. Yet another addition to the 'KLOWN FILMS' joke collection. Just as funny as the other four joke-to-3dmm movies (Voodoo Dick, Costume Party, Twist of Fate and Dirty Dishes), this one tells the tale of a black boy who wants to put his penis in the pickle slicer at work. To say anything else would ruin the effect of the movie. Download now.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Pickle Slicer, The [448 KB]
Pimp Lando 1
Directed by: Casey Wayman, Billy Grant, Jeff Parkes
Released: September 1999
Preview Ahaha! A little old and slow-paced but funny little movie. There's uh, hardly much of a script, just a guy running around shouting "What the fool?", but I'm always for that kind of comedy. Very good. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Pimp Lando 1 [722 KB]
Pimp Lando 2
Directed by: Casey Wayman, Billy Grant, Jeff Parkes
Released: November 1999
Preview Hahaha. Same sort of concept as the first one, but a little rustier in comparison. The loud, drowning midis don't help either but, hey, what are you going to do? Maybe not as good as PL1, but download it anyway. Go on. You know you want to. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Pimp Lando 2 [2.27 MB]
Pimp Lando 3
Directed by: Casey Wayman, Billy Grant, Jeff Parkes
Released: October 1999
Preview Another totally pimpin' addition to the Lando series, that felt slightly rusty around the beginning but picked up majestically as soon as the Pimp had a very personal belonging of his stolen from him. This episode ends with a cliffhanger, too! Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Pimp Lando 3 [3.01 MB]
Pimp Lando 4
Directed by: Casey Wayman, Billy Grant, Jeff Parkes
Released: November 1999
Preview Ha ha ha ha ha. Genius, absolute genius. The funniest series I've seen on 3dmm since... since a long time. Fabulous. There's some real good jokes packed in here, some great random humor and a great 'after these messages' scene. It's funny, so download it. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Pimp Lando 4 [1.93 MB]
Pimp Lando 5
Directed by: Casey Wayman, Billy Grant, Jeff Parkes
Released: July 2000
Preview What a fabulously festive adventure Pimp Lando has today, with more of the same timeless comedy. Lando's throwing a party, and all the people of the land, from every religious group that's particularly important, are coming over to enjoy the big bash. But Bruce the Thumper has other plans. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Pimp Lando 5 [3.33 MB]
Pimp Lando 6
Directed by: Casey Wayman, Billy Grant, Jeff Parkes
Released: July 2000
Preview This encounter with the Wall Street Pimp feels more like a sketch/random comedy show than an adventurous episode of Pimp Lando, but, still, it's funny. It took me a while to fully understand what was going on, but it's entertaining all the same, despite the annoying cliffhanger at the end. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Pimp Lando 6 [3.36 MB]
Pimp Lando 7
Directed by: Casey Wayman, Billy Grant, Jeff Parkes
Released: January 2005
Preview This is, as far as I can recall, THE only 3dmm musical in creation. And it's marvellous. The usual flawless Pimp Lando humour runs smoothly throughout, and the musical scores are fantastically conceived (My favourite being 'Ya Got Trouble'. God, that song was in my head for days). However, the final scenes had the dreaded sound bug, in which missing sounds are replaced with already used voices. Which just made it all the more hilarious (In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if it was meant to be that way). It's a definite hit, and it's a musical! You can't NOT download it! UPDATE: Jeff Parkes recently sent me an updated and fixed version of this movie. The sound bugs apparent in the final scenes are now no longer present. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Pimp Lando 7 [7.00 MB]
Pimp Lando Special Edition
Directed by: Casey Wayman, Billy Grant, Jeff Parkes
Released: May 2004
Preview Well... it's pretty much just the same movie, but with a funny bit at the beginning and a lot of random stuff in between. Download if you want, but it's not amazingly different. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Pimp Lando Special Edition [1.95 MB]
Pirates
Directed by: Buzvonlurt
Released: February 2004
Preview It's en evitable, really. After the release of any Hollywood blockbuster, 3dmm movie counterparts are never far behind. With the release of 'Pirates of the Caribbean' last year, I expected a budding enthusiast to just aboard the pirate bandwagon. Movies that follow such a trend are usually bloody awful. When I received this movie in my inbox and saw the title, I instantly assumed it would be rubbish. However, I was wrong! Right from the start, the jokes and comedy are hilarious, making up for the overall, shoddy (I never said non-effective!) scenery. A good 'laff!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Pirates [6.82 MB]
Pointless Action Movie
Directed by: Nick The Almighty
Released: April 2001
Preview Forget 'Pointless Action Movie', this is a brilliant action movie. The animation is slickly done and the scenery is quite nice too. Nick has concentrated on bringing new special effects into 3dmm - there are some very clever reflections and such like. It's a shame really because only the senior 3dmmers will appreciate the high detail Nick has achieved here. The fast pace and hand made characters make this one damn fine movie, probably THE best action movie of this year so far.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Pointless Action Movie [3.10 MB]
Pointless Action Movie 2 (unfinished)
Directed by: Nick The Almighty
Released: December 2001
Preview PAM 1 was a massive hit throughout the community - people loved it, and it kicked off a semi-trend for other PAM-type movies. Tragically unfinished due to XP compatibility issues on Nicks computer, PAM 2 still shines as a quality movie and just as the original did, pushing the limitations of 3dmm further and showing off a load of new effects. The movie uses no sound effects other than the very nicely fitting backing track 'Crawling' by Linkin Park. Usually, this can either make or break a movie; luckily Nick has managed to pull it off. Even though it is unfinished this is still one hell of a watch and shouldn't be missed! Download...
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Pointless Action Movie 2 (unfinished) [3.25 MB]
Pointless Gustave Action
Directed by: Sorcerer
Released: September 2003
Preview This was a surprise release by the director himself. It wasn't even entered into the Film Festival, but Sorcerer saw it fit to show the community his efforts without permission from Mr. Leigh McDonald! Anyway, it seems to have been accepted as an official FF release now, so on with the review! I don't think anybody even knew this guy was registered on the BB prior to this release. This guy might be new, but his skills are quite good. I was expecting something with default scenery and midi music but this guy obviously has done some good research before actually releasing anything. The movie has custom scenery, slick animation and some nice music in the background. It's short (maybe a bit too short for my liking) but all in all there really isn't anything wrong with this movie. I think it's fair to say that we can expect some great stuff from this guy in the future.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Pointless Gustave Action [1.75 MB]
Pokegay: The Movie
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: August 1999
Preview Haha, this movie is very silly. I don't know if it's based on something or anything or if it's just a standalone movie, but I thought it was pretty good. Some of the lines were a bit hard to hear at the beginning because of the thumping loud midis pulsating through my speakers, but most of the jokes that I COULD hear were pretty funny. Basically the Pokegay's, which I can only assume are dumb versions of Pokemon, find themselves caught in the evil plan of Satan to overrun the world with Pokemon! And thus the hilarity ensues. A lot of it was pretty dumb, but this movie's pretty effective considering its age. I think this movie is a fun download for everyone who hate Pokemon, or just wants a nice laugh. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Pokegay: The Movie [3.70 MB]
Pokemon Blue, Act 1
Directed by: Brent Norton
Released: August 2000
Preview Well animated Pokemon battles. The pokemon themselves, are fantastic. The scenery isn't so great, but hey, a movie can't have everything. Well worth a look. Nice work.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Pokemon Blue, Act 1 [1.48 MB]
Pokemon Blue, Act 2
Directed by: Brent Norton
Released: August 2000
Preview This director has a lot of potential. He/she has composed this second part of Pokemon Blue fantastically but you NEED voices! Ask for actors at the 3DMM Newbie Bulletin Board or the other main Bulletin Board. Other than that, Pokemon Blue Act 2 is an excellent attempt at Pokemon in 3dmm. Brent has done a sweet job. The scenery is generally plain but there are some beautifully animated Pokemon.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Pokemon Blue, Act 2 [1.80 MB]
Pokemon Blue, Act 3
Directed by: Brent Norton
Released: March 2004
Preview Continuing right where act 2 left off, Chris Blue travels to the next town in search of the next gym leader. There are some very cool new Pokemon characters (well for me... I still love Pokemon), more battles and more of the same. If your follow the series then this is worthy installment.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Pokemon Blue, Act 3 [1.59 MB]
PowerPlay: Part 1
Directed by: Fredrick Arnoy, Jorrit Stuifmeel
Released: February 2003
Preview I've been looking forward to this movie for a long time now. So, what is PowerPlay? Imagine the community as an actual living real world. Imagine the people of the community living in this world. Imagine a struggle for power and influence going on - this is the kind of ethos the PowerPlay world builds around. The attention to detail in the scenery in this movie is breathtaking - watch out Dragon In America! What else can I say? The script is cool, the voices are great, its beautiful and it's entertaining! A magical movie. I just hope that Fred and Jorrit hurry up with part 2!
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
PowerPlay: Part 1 [5.71 MB]
PowerPlay Teaser
Directed by: Fredrick Arnoy, Jorrit Stuifmeel
Released: December 2002
Preview Ever since the existence of this movie was announced, I have been looking forward to it - but god damn, I hate teasers... because they do just that; tease! Especially this one. Directed by the fine Fredrick Arnoy and Jorrit Stuifmeel, the move takes place in a '3dmm world' where major 3dmm sites are represented as large cities and 3dmm if your life. It's pure eye-candy; the scenery is breathtaking, the camera angles are superb and the music is perfect.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
PowerPlay Teaser [305 KB]
Prison, The
Directed by: George Headrick
Released: May 2005
Preview The first movie by "The Big Time No0b" George Headrick. If this was made in 1998, I'm sure this would have been acceptable but not in 2005. The scenery was all cubes, and the voices were awful - ehh - kids doing adult voices. In all honesty, I can best describe this is a disgrace. If this is the best George can do at 3dmm he isn't going to get anywhere in the community. You better shape up Mr. Headrick! Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Prison, The [492 KB]
Prison Sex
Directed by: Flounder
Released: June 2002
Preview This movie does not have a plot, it just seems like a snippet from a longer movie. As it stands it is well animated and very detailed. It the entire long movie were like this I would give it a higher rating, but as it's so short it loses two stars. Sorry Flounder but make it longer with a plot! And why the hell is it called Prison Sex? It has nothing to do with such a thing...
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Prison Sex [192 KB]
Protest
Directed by: Warren Wagner
Released: August 2005
Preview A very short, pretty shallow movie with nothing more than it's face value. A submissive protester is thrown into the same cell as a rapist and tries to strike up conversion. It quickly becomes obvious who the rapists next target is going to be, and the protester quickly (and bizarrely) accepts the inevitable without much thought. The score music made for a nice opening, yet I felt that the abrupt cut-off was a little unprofessional. The voices were fairly well handled for their roles, but again, in an unprofessional manner, the dialogue seemed a little stiff. Despite all these negative aspects I have mentioned, I would still suggest this for download. It's short enough to be perfectly watchable, finishing before it becomes a drag. Review by Will Cheyney - 5/10.

Warren Wagner’s gift for offbeat, Indie style shorts continues with Protest. A man arrested in a political protest meets his new cellmate who happens to be a rapist. What follows is a display of psychological panic and outward struggle at calm. It works. It’s an uncomfortable story that is suspenseful as well. The film takes place in one room, so the presentation relies on static cameras and tight close ups. It could have done with a pan or two, especially when dealing with close ups of the rapist’s face. The single set does its job, benefiting from being well designed. The music is abrupt to end, but I found it fitting with the way the movie ended. There is a distinct lack of ambient sound effects, which, given the prison setting, might have helped matters. All in all, this is a fascinating little short that could have benefited from some extra production, such as camera angles and a little more sound, but for it’s type, it definitely strikes a chord. Review by Andrew Salter - 7/10.

Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Protest [2.01 MB]
Pseudo
Directed by: Jem Graven
Released: October 2000
Preview Parodying the new color version of Psycho, this is actually mostly dramatic rather than funny with some slight twists on the film. Although there aren't too many handmade scenes, the execution is good from the Hitchcock-style credits to Gus Van Sent's techniques. Coming in February 2001 is Pseudo 2: Book of Darkness, a parody of Psycho and Blair Witch Project 2, more on that as it becomes available. I quite liked this as a source of the odd chuckle and the subliminal images were hilarious. Doesn't take itself too seriously either.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Pseudo [4.49 MB]
Psycho
Directed by: Dave Dynamite
Released: September 2000
Preview Action flick about a psycho out to hold the planet to ransom. Typical cliché action movie plot. Maybe if it had any tension it would be something. The first half of the movie is filled with lots of people getting shot [and the same annoying sounds over and over again] and the killings are either done very simply or not even shown - we just see the blood, which is never very good anyway. Some really bad bits of scripting too such as 'All my pots are destroyed', 'You're lucky to be alive' and 'But all my pots are destroyed'... ughhh. Now, most of the scenes are just the ones that come with 3dmm though he has played around with putting shapes in for different things like exploding glass, vases and the like. Even a car. But it's all really underdone. He has attempted some FX such as fire, not very successfully but kudos to him for trying. The use of MIDIs (the obvious Beverly Hills Cop theme features a few times for instance) is annoying and often the voices are poor in quality. Overall: One scene has the following line of dialogue: 'Nothing ever good on TV is there?'. Ironic when you consider this isn't very good. Oh it goes through the motions and is ok to watch but there's far better movies around.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Psycho [294 KB]
Psycho
Directed by: Tom Simpson
Released: November 2001
Preview Psycho. Tom's first attempt at a drama, but it struggles make any sort of sense. Our main character (played by Jeff Ching) is haunted by visions of his past (namely, his father killing his mother), and his life goes into a downhill spiral after his best friend dies in a military mission. After that, he goes "psycho", apparently. There were plenty of glitches dotted throughout the movies aswell. For example, inside the tank, the characters swap seats when the camera angle changes. It's the little things like this which build up and make the movie seem very clumsy. There are many other downers too, including poor sound effects during action sequences, and the regular distinct lack of music to accompany the 'dramatic' sequences. The dialogue throughout didn't 'flow' either. This quite simply ruined the movie, slowing it right down. Anyway enough of the bitching, are there any redeeming features? Well, overall, the animation was reasonable, and the scenery was nicely detailed in parts - but that's about it. A sloppy movie on the whole then, and a bit of a disappointment.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Psycho [2.84 MB]
Psychopath, The
Directed by: Mathew Bown
Released: February 1998
Preview I opened up my 3dmm and started playing the movie. Immediately after the first scene it became clear what I had here. A movie with default scenes, horrible voice acting and a story that's even worse then Friday The 13th part 6 or 7. Anyway to review this properly I'll explain something about the very, very, VERY thin plot! Some guy comes visiting some friends, they make fun of him somehow and GUESS WHAT?? He decides to kill them! Yes now this could've been a good P.A.M. but unfortunately the directors vision doesn't go so far. The only bright spot I found was that there were some splatter effects that looked ok but still this remains a horrible pile of crap that isn't interesting in any way.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Psychopath, The [400 KB]
Pulp Action
Directed by: David Vecchio
Released: February 2000
Preview Ah, the good 'ol days. This was one of the first movies I downloaded from the web, at 3DMM Hell (now closed). There's never a boring moment in this non-stop action flick. It could be longer and it could be more plot driven. Some good music and cool animation. Recommend download.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Pulp Action [2.60 MB]
Pumpkins
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: October 2001
Preview This was originally part of the 3dmm.co.uk 2001 Halloween update. It's an excellently crafted and very polished movie from Andres. The amount of work gone into this movie considering it was created purely as a seasonal flick, is extremely commendable. With the Half-Life intro music used at the start, the movie creates a genuine level of suspense that really works. As you would expect from Andres, there is an excellent use of custom scenery and animation coupled with a real cinematic feel. Andres has also made use of some very good and extremely moody lighting/shadowing techniques. A top movie that shouldn't be missed.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Pumpkins [2.26 MB]