Santiago's Movie Compilation
Directed by: Santiago Miglionico
Released: April 2003
Preview A decent compilation of Santiago's current movie releases to date. I must admit the beginning ones are poor, but as it progresses the others make up for the start. I like the way it promotes his movies and really makes me want to see a couple again. I believe this is the main idea and it successfully achieves it.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
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Satanik
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: September 2004
Preview There's something about a de la Hoz movie. I always expect greatness from Mr. 3dmm critique himself and I often find myself analysing his movies in a different way than I do with others. It's because Andres knows what he wants, he can see his direction; but no only this, he is one of the few who can reach his own targets. Satanik is based on an old adult photo-comic novel, full of beautiful girls, evil witches and the kind of Italian wackiness that turned it into a cult favorite. Satanik is a terrifying and diabolical master criminal. Totally without mercy, Satanik mostly goes after other criminals, usually to steal their loot or whatever they're after. His real identity remains unknown. No one knows who he is. Satanik always dresses in a black outfit clad with a skeleton design. He also uses darts filled with Mjanico, the "green death", an Amazonian poison which kills its victims slowly and painfully. Satanik's only companion is his lover, the equally mysterious Dana, probably the only person in the world to know his secret identity. Dana ably assists Satanik in his criminal endeavors. Satanik's nemesis is Inspector Mercier, a smart, relentless policeman who is always hot on his trail, but somehow loses every time. Right from the outset of this 3dmm re-working, you are immersed into the dark heisting world of Satanik. You instantly engage with the hugely well recognised characters and don't let your eyes wonder until the curtains go down on this 35 minute 3dmm classic. In my opinion it is Andres' best work to date. Lovingly presented in a comic book style (think XIII), the swish sliding black borders and tiled view points are an absolute treat on the eyes and so refreshingly original. It's so well done that you have to remind yourself you're watching a 3dmm movie. Such direction adds HUGE, copious, glorious amount of style - style like you've never seen before! The composition of every scene is perfect and the entire movie is littered with delicious visual candy. I wanted to touch the scenes and admire the expansion pack textured cutaways on several occasions. The voice acting only compliments the movie - Jaymond excels. He has really got into character this time, purring his sentences so naturally and in such a manor it's as if he IS Satanik. He's stupidly convincing. The proper British accent is nothing but perfect for the character too. The only niggle I have with the movie is with Satanik's girlfriends acting. On a couple of occasions I found Dana's voice a bit weak - especially in comparison with Satanik's but this is really nothing to write home about, and it is only apparent because of Jaymond's greatness. Andres has truly outdone himself this time. Easily best movie of the year. An essential download.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Satanik [15.12 MB]
Saving Granny's Purse
Directed by: Jackson Buhck, Mitch Warren
Released: October 2000
Preview A very old, but nevertheless, great movie. It's a pointless action movie about a HUGE war between a group of army men and a army of old ladies, however it makes a very entertaining watch. There is tons of action accompanied by some very cool gore effects and some funny voices for the Grannies. Excellent animation with some seriously cool guns and explosions. This is what the word action is all about. Download or get shot.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Saving Granny's Purse [8.18 MB]
Scary Butler
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: June 1999
Preview A very old, and very dated movie badged under Leigh's legendary HBK Films (RIP). Scary Butler tells the story of a couples concern when the butler at the hotel they are staying in keep's on mysteriously 'poping' up all over the place to offer his assitance. Instead of doing his own voices, it appear that Leigh has used sampled sounds from a television comedy show, this is obviously a 3dmm take on it. The sound samples used are of horrible quality (he, or someone must have held the microphone to the TV) and you can even hear the canned laughter cutting in over the top. Hahaha. Rubbish, but it has it's own special charm. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
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Scary Butler Version 2
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: July 2002
Preview Based on the older 'Scary Butler' Leigh decided a couple of years after to 'revamp' the said classic. It's pretty much exactly the same as the original - just with improved graphics and cinematography. It's still just as awful and still makes use those god-forsaken sound clips from an unknown (to me) television comedy. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Scary Butler Version 2 [1.09 MB]
Science Project, The
Directed by: Chris Engelsma
Released: March 2002
Preview This is one of the first 3dmm movies that has made me laugh out loud in a long time. This is a very humorous short film, about children who decide to fly over the world to ask people to help them with a science project. Very entertaining, and hey, in the end, what else do we want from a short? Review by Patrick Bernardo.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Science Project, The [1.36 MB]
Scouts: Part One
Directed by: DataBlasterXR
Released: April 2003
Preview Annoying scouts, we all hate them. This movie shows the lives of the (probably) most retarded, annoying scouts ever to live! DatablasterXR did a great job with this, it was better than I thought. I kinda liked the movement thingy, I dunno why... Anyways; you should be downloading already dude.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Scouts: Part One [1.96 MB]
Scrooge
Directed by: Pat McCombe
Released: December 2001
Preview A nicely polished crimbo short from Pat. The movie is about Scrooge who gets visited by a carol singer. Funny. Pat's style of animating is very good - something that I would like to see more of. The movies biggest problem is the voice-acting - it's not all that clear. A great movie to get you into the Christmas spirit.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
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Sea, The
Directed by: Jason Hacketts
Released: October 2002
Preview Apparently, this is an, "...obligatory artistic movie...". It works quite well with no script and just a soundtrack but some events are a little confusing. Jason has had a good go at creating some nice custom scenery, chosen some good music but a couple of necessary scene dissolves.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Sea, The [1.17 MB]
Search for Stanley, The
Directed by: Nathan Urquhart
Released: December 1999
Preview Though this golden oldie is not a movie to show off what graphical wonders that can be achieved, it certainly shows off how far 3dmm can be taken from the realms of a cartoon medium. The Search for Stanley is probably the best movie I've seen in terms of plot/story as it's genuinely interesting to watch and is in no way predictable. You actually want to continue watching to find out what happens next in the story - the sign of a well thought out movie. The movie has also aged very well. Unlike most action movies that look old and stale in literally months, The Search for Stanley will always remain a good solid comedy and the humor will be just as definitive. It's just one of those movies that you can't place exactly what specific thing makes it so good, but that the movie as a whole 'just works'. Review by Will Cheyney.

The only black comedy made in 3dmm (as far as I know) does an extremely good job of it. The plot follows a guy called Frank and his buddies as they try and hunt down a guy called Stanley, who did something to Frank in 4th grade that he's been wanting revenge for ever since. The movie is incredibly funny, not because of any jokes, just because of the sheer silliness of it all. It seems like nearly every character is a homicidal maniac, and with lines such as "Anyone who married Stanley deserves to die!", I was honestly nearly falling out of the chair. SATANIK does a better job of the "humorous yet disturbing" thing, but Nathan's version is much more brutal and close-up. However, it's STILL FUNNY. A guy gets hung up by a tree, dog-shit thrown in his mouth, and set alight, and you're just there laughing. There's something about it, not an innocence, but just... something that makes me burst out laughing when the characters die. And the characters are actually pretty good too. They're fairly one-dimensional, ranging from "drug addicts" to "lol we like to kill people", but it works. The voices do tend to sound the same, but the Australian accents work in the movies favour, and make the lines funnier for some reason. Anyway, this is an extremely hilarious movie, and if you don't laugh at the conclusion then you're just silly. Awesome black comedy, but don't watch it with adults in the room. Review by Tom Bown.

Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Search for Stanley, The [3.81 MB]
Second Chance, The
Directed by: Mark Veldhuizen
Released: May 2001
Preview To tell you the truth, I wasn't really expecting a great deal from this movie. I didn't follow its progress. However, when it was released, I decided I would download it, just out of curiosity, and when I did....WOW! The movie has a great plot (which I wont spoil), amazing scenery, a great voicing cast and damn good music! I remember people on the BB are talking about it being too big in file size (8.2 MB) - but I say bollocks to that. 8 MB, even on a feeble 56k connection like I used to have, it's nothing, especially if it means your gonna be able to watch one hell of a movie after all of your hard work. Definite download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Second Chance, The [8.15 MB]
Selected Battle Person, The
Directed by: Chibayuu
Released: April 2003
Preview Much like the first Chibayuu film that I reviewed, all I can say is, ?????????!!!!? - yes, another Japanese movie. I think I must be missing something because these movies are making absolutely no sense at all, probably because I don't have any Japanese fonts installed. Download and see for yourself why this is the ultimate 'what the hell' movie.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Selected Battle Person, The [1.02 MB]
Semsatia
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: February 2001
Preview OMFG, I love this movie! Oldie but goodie! Its still HILARIOUS. But then, I have a reaaaaaaaaaaaally screwed up sense of humor. I've never even seen the prequel, and half the movie didn't even make a whole lot of sense, but that's just it! Random humor! Tuna is hilarious, and his does the voices awesome - as well as all the other voice actors. The animation isn't the best but for its time, it was awesome. Well hey, it's pretty good by today's standards, too. Anyways if you want mondo laughs, then get this. If you don't want mondo laughs, then fuck you and get it anyways!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Semsatia [8.10 MB]
Sgt. Steve
Directed by: Jason Ruiz
Released: October 2001
Preview Well well well, what a wondrous piece of work here by Ruiz. I actually found myself in spasms of laughter after this one. The comedy was superb. And to keep a watchers attention for a full blown 40 minutes is spectacular. Some of the movie lacked in parts but was quickly made up with supreme wit and on-going twists that made you think 'what the fuck', but also made your sides hurt in laughter. From the very start I was laughing; when the baby was being delivered, when the blonde girl was a parachute, when the assassin was to jolly, I could go on for a very long time picking out the crackers situated in this rout of frantic, twisted, maladjusted story lines. More and more points keep flashing into my head... but I cant write them all down it is just so good that I am stuck for words. One of the strongest points of the whole movie is the narrator, some movies are weakened by this, but not Sgt. Steve, not a chance, he is perhaps one of the funniest characters in it, and that is of great credit to Jason. Lastly I will comment on the little bits that make it just that little bit more special than all other comedies. It is strong all the way through, little skits go on in the background (v funny), speech is very strong, clever twists in story line. Excellent! If you don't download this genius 'work of art' I will personally walk to your home and spill your entrails using a blunt spoon. To finish, I will tell you to wrestle with your 56k's cos this movie really is something not to miss.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Sgt. Steve [11.28 MB]
Shii Dii
Directed by: Dean Francis
Released: March 2001
Preview Hehe! An old, but very funny and well animated movie from Dean. Some of the movies scenery was excellent with a plot to match. The characters voices are all done using a computer voice which makes it alot funnier (hasn't Dean done that before...? Or was that Domke?). Anyway, it was slightly random in places but that doesn't stop it from being a very entertaining watch. Recommended.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Shii Dii [1.84 MB]
Shit Happens
Directed by: Jeff Ching
Released: December 2003
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #3. Mr. Ching has been promising this movie for a very long time... for almost as long as I can remember. It's been three years in the making, and to be honest, considering its production time I can't believe it still looks like 1997 all over again. But then again, it is a Jeff Ching movie so what do you expect?! Just like all other Ching movies, 'Shit Happens' severely lacks in the visual department but is saved by it's strong story. Jeff has once again managed to create an involving, complex and deep storyline with believable characters to boot. The usual combination of comedy and drama works better than ever and the added usage of cheesy lines isn't as bad as suspected. There's an all-star voice cast too; from Jaymond to Dustin Guest - everyone did a wonderful job. I found it started off a little slow, but the runtime of over 50 minutes will soon fly by...
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Shit Happens [14.39 MB]
Shit Movie Showcase 1
Directed by: Richard Harris
Released: March 2001
Preview The Shite Movie Showcase series isn't everyone's cup of tea. Indeed, they are, after-all, a compilation of rubbish movies. These movies were were inspired by the mountain loads of shitty movies Harris was receiving when in-charge of 3dmm.co.uk. The Shit Movie Showcase was born. This is actually a compilation of the best of that shit. To this day it still amazing to see the content people attempted to submit... Absolutely awful, but that's the way it meant to be! Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Shit Movie Showcase 1 [1.16 MB]
Shit Movie Showcase 2
Directed by: Richard Harris
Released: March 2001
Preview Released only a week after the first one, Harris had already received enough material for a second installment. Again it's another assortment of the best shit'ness out there. The movies are even worse that #1. Seriously, they are... But even still, I can't put my finger on it, but there is something incredibly captivating about it all. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Shit Movie Showcase 2 [937 KB]
Shit Movie Showcase 3
Directed by: Richard Harris
Released: April 2001
Preview The third in this 'brilliant' series. And yes, again, there are your usual collection of bad movies. Laughably bad that some are almost funny. It's times like these that I am glad 3dmm expectations are now a lot higher. I can't say that I will ever envy Harris of the position he once held over at .co.uk headquarters. Saying that, 3dmm Studio still receives it's fair share of rubbish. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Shit Movie Showcase 3 [911 KB]
Shit Movie Showcase 4
Directed by: Richard Harris
Released: April 2001
Preview One of the best in the series in my opionion. From this moment on, the mixture of Harris' humor combined with the total awfulness of the movies showcased really takes a hold. A very funny 'episode' (if you can call them that). The worst as it's best. Brill. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Shit Movie Showcase 4 [1.04 MB]
Shit Movie Showcase 5
Directed by: Richard Harris
Released: April 2001
Preview This installment features an exclusive by Danny Swazz and Luis Bandano. Richard has also thrown in a load of bizarre stuff that he made. Another fine compilation of 3dmm atrociousness as usual. Download if you're into... crap movies(?!), or if you'd like to see what Danny Swazz had to offer. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Shit Movie Showcase 5 [1.00 MB]
Shit Movie Showcase 6
Directed by: Richard Harris
Released: May 2001
Preview And AGAIN, more shit movie mayhem. Richard ups the insults this 'episode', plainly annihilating the directors who sent in their efforts. Funny and rubbish all that the same time. Classic. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
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Shit Movie Showcase 7
Directed by: Richard Harris
Released: June 2001
Preview The seventh and last released episode of the Shit Movie Show Case. I guess it just all got a bit much for Harris in the end. As before this is another compilation of the worst movies imaginable from 'budding' directors. Harris takes it upon himself to, rightly-so, insult the directors in every way possible. He is very successful. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Shit Movie Showcase 7 [779 KB]
Shnukkums - Face
Directed by: Demented Ferret
Released: August 2004
Preview There is no point to this movie whatsoever. Something about a rabbit HMC that has a star flying round it's face. Erm, the rabbit doesn't move whatsoever and a dog helps the rabbit by seeking someone called Dr Poo Poo. Download and this movie will bore you to death before it even finishes. I struggled to watch it all the way through and it was only about one and a half minutes long. Utter cack, even for a joke'ish type flick.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Shnukkums - Face [411 KB]
Showdown, The
Directed by: Adrian Pikios, Redwampa
Released: March 2001
Preview Starting off from Will Maltby's "Bulletin Board Vigilante" ended (which you might want to watch before this), comes this stunning epic movie from Adrian Pikios and Redwampa. It explodes into something excellent from the initial outset. As you would expect from Pikios and Redwampa, emotion is what they want you to feel; the deliberate lack of sound effects increases the emotional impact, aided by the strong character base and dramatic music. It's when you watch movies like these, that you feel proud - honored even - that you belong to a community such as the 3D Movie Making one. It's breathtakingly moving and a damn good watch that you most certainly don't wanna miss.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Showdown, The [6.19 MB]
Simulated Evil
Directed by: Dave Smith, Andrew Murphy
Released: February 2003
Preview Quite an enjoyable watch. It starts off being a bit bizarre, but stick with it and all will become clear. The music fitted very well, although in places it was slightly too heavy. The scenery is more than adequate most of the time, the voice acting is very good, and the blood and gore effects are excellent. It's good to see Dave back.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Simulated Evil [6.49 MB]
Skitzophrenia
Directed by: Jaymond
Released: January 2004
Preview This is just a bunch of skits rolled into one nice big juicy low-fat 3dmm movie, hence the name. Skitzophrenia!! Get it?? Haha!! Ha... ha... lame, right? Well thats the kind of humor you'll get in here. Moldy old jokes and eye-rollers prevail as you fight to stay awake. Something still kicks you in the balls though and tells you to keep watching, and I must say it IS actually worth it. Despite their age and utter lame-ness, you cant help but chuckle, and there ARE a few original lines, I'm sure. But if you're one to watch a movie for spectacular scenery and animation, this definetly isn't something you'd want. It'd honestly be just as funny, if not more if, it was just audio - like a radio show or something. Hand-made scenes are few and far between, and the camera moved maybe, oh say, twice? I am however quite impressed with the voice acting; natural and professional, and all the sound, music included, is very good quality. Bottom line: Good for a few chuckles.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Skitzophrenia [7.73 MB]
Slightly Confused
Directed by: James Quicksell
Released: March 2003
Preview This is James Quicksell's first release into the 3DMM community. While slowly becoming somewhat of a cult hit, the initial reviews were very hit and miss. A pretty lengthy bank robbery comedy. Funny in places but lame and boring in others. The scenery was good but simple in places. There was some nice smooth camera movements thrown in there too. The voice acting was average and the lack of any music made the movie appear slower. It got a nomination for Best Comedy in the 2003 3dmm.com Awards.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Slightly Confused [4.50 MB]
Smashing Pumpkins, The
Directed by: Will Cheyney
Released: October 2001
Preview (Written by Will Malbty - obviously I can't review my own movies!) A short but very sweet movie from Will here made specially for the 3dmm.co.uk Halloween update. To explain more would ruin the effect, but needless to say it's a good laugh and well fitted to the season. Uses a sound from Nick the Almighty's "B-Break" (just thought I'd mention that 'cos you know how I like to bitch when people use sounds without credit...). Anyway, yeah, good movie, download as soon as.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Smashing Pumpkins, The [754 KB]
Smeg Show, The
Directed by: Travis Wells
Released: May 2002
Preview From the creator of Geopardy (and various 'lil 3dmm apps), Travis presents 'The Smeg Show'. It starts out with a "interview" with himself, then alot of other sketches like The Poem Night and Why dosent we have subtitles and stuff. Boring. "Enjoy" this movie with 105 voices.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Smeg Show, The [2.42 MB]
Sniper at Andres De La Hoz HQ, The
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: December 2003
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #10. This is not your normal Andres movie. In fact, it's quite the opposite. It's a comedy. From Andres De La Hoz? Yes. I even laughed! The movie kicks off in a Christian gathering which ends up being a Christian killing courtesy of a giant Jesus-mobile thing stuff full of dynamite. The animation, scenery and composition of scenes wasn't bad on the whole, but not up-to Andres' usual standards and it certainly wouldn't comply with the Manifesto. The voice acing was also pretty average and the music was quite often too loud. A nice little short thats funny in places and worth a watch if you're into movies involving the community. Review by Will Cheyney.

This movie is a hell of a lot of fun to watch, but it's also fascinating. It's a spoof, yes, but it's not a spoof on the community, it's a spoof on Andres and the way he views us all. With Melrose preaching in a temple, Pikios hitting himself after a bad review, and Jeff Ching singing Simple Plan's "Addicted", this is Andres' prejudices against this place turned up to da MAX. However, it's also freaking hilarious. The plot is pretty basic; Andres fucks shit up in the community and gets banned. While we're talking about Andres, it seems obvious that he was trying to spoof himself, but it just ended up being... well, him. There's also a little subplot, involving Maltby and Pikios, and they both tie up pretty well at the end. When this was first released, it was a surprise to see GRUMP MASTER Andres Da La Hoz release a comedy, and even more of a surprise that he was prepared to make a movie about himself. It's a film about a guy who realises he's made mistakes in the community, and admits to them, but at the same time knows that everyone else has made bigger ones and wants to point them out as much as he can. I'd love to see a sequel to this movie involving Ramza, Scorpion and some others. MAKE THIS YOUR V3DMM PROJECT, ANDRES. Review by Tom Bown.

Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Sniper at Andres De La Hoz HQ, The [4.21 MB]
Sniper at Bryn's HQ, The
Directed by: Luis Badano
Released: May 2001
Preview This was one of the first movies I ever added to the site, back in the days of design stage 2 (see 'about' section). Somewhere along the line though, the review got 'misplaced' in the mess of what was my old cataloging system. I thought it was about time I added the movie to the site properly again. A very good sniper movie from Ban here, and for a sniper movie it's quite epic too; but the runtime is only like 5-6 minutes or so. Well anyway, it's very well detailed and in most places well animated too. Some scenes are a tad dodgy and the lack of music and sound effects generally through lets it down a little. However, it's very well done, it's certainly funny, and it ends on a definite high note with some genuinely funny speech bloopers at the end. They made me laugh aloud anyway's. A definite download, and a good revitalisation for the sniper movie genre.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Sniper at Bryn's HQ, The [1.76 MB]
Sniper at Cricket HQ, The
Directed by: El Grande
Released: June 2002
Preview Here’s yet another sniper movie, and this one is very short. It is entertaining, which is a good thing I guess, but honestly, what do you expect from a sniper movie. The animation isn’t bad, but everything else is as mediocre as you can get in 3d movie. So download this one if you’re really, really bored. Review by Patrick Bernardo.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
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Sniper at DeanSoft HQ Pictures, The
Directed by: Jimmy Dean
Released: October 2002
Preview OK, this kind of defeats the idea behind the old 'sniper' series. Correct me if I'm wrong, but weren't other people were supposed to make sniper movies about you? You were never supposed to make them about yourself... If anything, the only reason I can think of as to why Jimmy made this was to whore-up his then-upcoming movie 'Alpha Z', slating it as a 'Bodily Functions' and 'Dragon in America' beater. Pfftt... I thought the take of the 'Amazing Adventures of Chris and Will' title sequence at the end was quite funny though. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Sniper at DeanSoft HQ Pictures, The [858 KB]
Sniper at Doraemon HQ: Part 1
Directed by: Darren
Released: September 2002
Preview Short and unoriginal, but if you like seeing the Doreamon characters dying in a quick way, then I guess this movie is for you. First in a series by Darren.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
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Sniper at James Quicksells 18th Birthday HQ, The
Directed by: Daniel Martin
Released: October 2004
Preview A random short by Mr. JDR. Jeff, Dan and Rory plan to crash Orcus's 18th birthday party but their wacky plan goes wrong. Although it's a fairly weak story (but then again, it IS a sniper movie) the scenery or animation it great. I mean after all... it IS Dan Martin! Definitely worth a watch if you love Dans movies. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Sniper at James Quicksells 18th Birthday HQ, The [945 KB]
Sniper at Jason Ruiz HQ, The
Directed by: Damon Friend, Jared Friend
Released: March 2001
Preview A quite entertaining little spickle here, obviously dated but still pretty entertaining. The gun designs and the action ideas were pretty good, and it would've been a good little old short if the music wasn't plain old crap. Also, the scenery was awful, and age can't hide that. That really took down points. It's not exactly fantastic, but it's an old short movie, you can't expect greatness. I think it's good for people who want to watch EVERYTHING ever. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Sniper at Jason Ruiz HQ, The [1.20 MB]
Sniper at Midbackman's Mansion, The
Directed by: Spencer Crabb
Released: August 2000
Preview This... is really bad. Not even funny, just very unentertaining. The pre-pubic voice acting doesn't help, and the scenery and animation is low-par. Basically it's just about Midback getting shot in the head by Spencer. Seriously, that is it. Don't bother with this, it's not worth your time. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Sniper at Midbackman's Mansion, The [969 KB]
Sniper at Will Etc. Etc., The
Directed by: Martin Esser, Alan Wright
Released: August 2001
Preview Blink 182 midis, Matrix spoofs, and Will Maltby going “blublublub” into a telephone… what more do we want in a movie? A lot. And this has none of what we want. Just a drawn-out sniper movie, that’s very much so like all the others, just with more shitty music. Although, there is a helicopter that’s done quite well, if you want to see that. Review by Patrick Bernardo.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Sniper at Will Etc. Etc., The [2.80 MB]
Sniper at Will Maltby’s House Because He Gave My Movie a Bad Rating, The
Directed by: Nathan Standlee
Released: July 2000
Preview Hey! It’s a sniper movie! How original… but WAIT! This is actually well directed. Yes, yes it is. It is also well animated, well constructed, well scored, and all around, just a good time, although, it is very, very short. Too bad all that talent was wasted on ten seconds of Gustave getting shot. Only download if you don’t want to see something new. Review by Patrick Bernardo.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Sniper at Will Maltby’s House Because He Gave My Movie a Bad Rating, The [449 KB]
Snowman, The
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: December 2001
Preview Another absolute classic from Redwampa. When 'The Top Hat Killer' mass murderer is issued with the death sentance, he swears he'll be back. The guard incharge of the electric chair clean up takes the killers iconic and infamous tophat home as a momento. However, he carelessly looses it to the wind. The wind carries the tophat far away, where a girl stumbles across it. Little does she know that the hat is horribly cursed, bewitching anythingit is placedon. The spirt of 'The Top Hat Killer' lives on within the snowman that the young girl placed the hat, working in much the same way as Snake's 'evil hair' in one of the Simpson's Treehouse of Horror episodes.) It's a simple, yet fantasicly portrayed plot. The movie has it all for all you action junkies; guns, blood, police raids and helicopers. The movie is song driven, with the exception to the introduction. As with all Redwampa movies, the animation is superb and the scenery is gorgeous. An absolute MUST download.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Snowman, The [4.81 MB]
Solaris Mavica - The Beginning
Directed by: Parker Hamblin
Released: January 2003
Preview A very very clever idea here from Parker. I don't know whether it's been done in 3dmm before, but it is brilliant (no spoilers!). Of course the scenery could've been better and the voices, but the idea makes it a very fun movie. I did however modify it slightly by putting in a pause after each scene, you'll see why when you watch it. Can't wait to see the second one...
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Solaris Mavica - The Beginning [194 KB]
Something
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: July 1999
Preview Yet another very random 3dmm movie from Tuna, this time showing adverts for random things; a human toilet brush, a meaty cereal and a fart and burp buddy. The jokes are from Tunas wacky mind and really is SOMETHING you'd want to see for random 3dmm advertising or 3dmm randomness in general for that matter. The scenery was either default of oddly custom. The voices were pretty funny. If you like Tuna's sense of humor, I can recommend this movie - you'll love it! Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Something [2.31 MB]
Sorrow Century
Directed by: Jack Ward
Released: December 2004
Preview What?! What happened at the end?! The movie just ended randomly there HAS to be a sequel in order for this movie to work, if not then it's just a pointless action movie, with very, very poor action. This film is a kind of odd terrorism meet's dodgy tearjerker flick - he didn't pull it off. The character movements were jerky and not completely whole, there seemed to be something missing. That also counts for the scenery, which was very lacklustre and boring. The voicing was awful and the music didn't fit at all. This could have been great, if the scenery and audio was improved. In a nutshell, this movie could have worked - the plot was already there, or at least half of it anyway. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Sorrow Century [1.96 MB]
Souls, The
Directed by: Jon Steele
Released: December 2002
Preview A pretty average movie, but better than I was expecting. The movie tells the story of a man tormented by a recurring dream. He thinks he is going crazy, until he remembers something disturbing that has a pretty good go at adding a 'twist' to the movie.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Souls, The [4.53 MB]
South Park
Directed by: Mickazee
Released: December 1998
Preview I think all somebody did was remake an episode of south park in 3dmm, and it’s pretty bad, but not as bad as I was expecting. If you can keep interesting in 30 minutes 3dmm south park remakes then this movie is for you. There are some funny parts, but they’ve been ripped off. Honestly, just go watch an episode of South Park. Review by Patrick Bernardo.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
South Park [2.89 MB]
Space Station Alpha
Directed by: Thomas Saville
Released: April 2003
Preview This movie provokes a mixed reaction for me. For a start, it was obviously very well done. Tom did an excellent job on the scenery, he is nearly as good as his fellow teammate Jorrit in my opinion. The animation was slick throughout the whole film, which made it nice to watch. I was also a big fan of the sound, the voice acting especially was good. However, some things ruin it for me. About halfway through, the plot became a bit vague, and I was left wondering what the heck was going on. Some of the graphical effects were kind of lame as well. Overall, this is an interesting movie that is worth at least one watch.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Space Station Alpha [7.14 MB]
Spencer Crabb Compilation
Directed by: Spencer Crabb
Released: July 2001
Preview An assortment of Spencer's movies up to 2001. Mostly action, but some other genres too. The scenery is good for back then and the animation is great. The movies also looked good. Overall a nice compilation by one of 3dmm's top animators. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Spencer Crabb Compilation [1.81 MB]
Spice Girls 1: Return to the Living
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: April 1999
Preview Redwampa's Pre-NUTS classics that hold the Redwampian charm that captivates everyone who watches it. The story is that the pop group, the Spice Girls have died, and people are trying a desperate attempt to bring them back... but is their danger in their adventure? Okay, so it sounds cheap. Big whup. Within this 3dmm file is one of the most eerie horrors of 3dmm, of which you will not want to miss. Download now!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Spice Girls 1: Return to the Living [3.86 MB]
Spice Girls 2: Revenge on the Living
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: June 1999
Preview The Spice Girls legacy continues, and let me tell you that the improvements to this sequel could not be better. With the introduction of more custom scenery, more characters and a whole new scenario of evil, this grisly horror adventure still remains some of Red's finest work to date. It becomes apparent to the world that the Spice Girls have returned, and are extracting their revenge upon the living world, starting with our main hero's very own son. With humor, randomness, escapades, violence, mutiny, terror and confusing philosophical context at every corner, Spice Girls 2 will live on your desktop for years to come.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Spice Girls 2: Revenge on the Living [2.24 MB]
Spice Girls 3: The Final Invasion
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: January 2000
Preview Okay, let's get one thing straight. I'm a Redwampa bitch. If you asked me who my favourite director was of all time, I'd say Redwampa. But it's not without good reason. Spice Girls 3, the conclusion to the admirable horror-adventure series, may not be the best of the series, like all second sequels, but my gosh, it's not something to be sniffed at. Like all Redwampa films, it's not much of an up-to-date movie, with rather sub-par animation and scenery in our present day, so it might not have as much appeal nowadays as it did then, and I have to say Red's choice in music is a little... odd (Britney Spears for a confrontation scene? You've gotta be kidding me) although it works well when you actually watch it. Redwampa's horror directive is also very spit and polished, with his own ingenious 'corpse' techniques and his way of surpassing the supernatural with special effects. You might not be scared, but this film puts you where it wants you - on the edge. Hey, you know what? I'm giving this movie a 9/10. It's a classic. You can't knock its spirit. It's got the oomph, the mojo, what the french call... something. So download this timepiece of 3dmm history without hesitation. I assure you it'll be worth it.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Spice Girls 3: The Final Invasion [9.13 MB]
Star War
Directed by: Azhar Meyer
Released: June 2005
Preview This would be one of the few movies requiring the FPS patch, which has been almost unused for years. The idea to make a Star Wars spoof isn’t a new one, and this seems to be retracing old paths. The story is pretty straightforward, but makes absolutely no sense in the timeline of Star Wars. In fact, it pretty much makes no sense whatsoever. Throwing together a bunch of Star Wars references, Star War is a severely disjointed and illogical. The movie makes heavy use of default scenery and default music. Some old favorites are in here, including Jungle Chase and the like. However, these are times where there is no excuse to use such things, and default scenery isn’t that hard. There were some interesting effects. A brief lightsaber scene was well done. The final scene involving Jabba the Hutt was the best composed scene of the movie, and it’s not saying much. The voice acting was below average. Although the filmmakers apologized in advance for Luke’s terrible voice, the fact remains that it was still terrible and grated on the ears. The rest of the voice acting wasn’t any better, and the film’s sound really brought it down even more. If you’re incredibly bored, give this a download. Otherwise, steer clear. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Star War [2.27 MB]
Star Wars 1
Directed by: JM
Released: December 2001
Preview Star Wars 1 is a default scenery, default costumed mess of a film. The lack of voices, text boxes, or any kind of narrative element makes this little more than one of Melanie's films. Much of the fight scene footage is lifted directly from Venus 31, with replaced sound effects. As far as sound goes, the Star Wars sounds mixed in are descent sounding, not suffering from too much quality loss. The MIDI score is also a decent collection of Star Wars MIDIs. Alas, that is all that this film comes up to. The complete lack of narrative, plot, character development, and creative thinking puts this movie in the pit of dispair. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Star Wars 1 [315 KB]
Star Wars: Episode VII: Revenge of the Sith
Directed by: Jesse Bush
Released: March 2003
Preview Now that's weird. It's called Revenge of the Sith. The plot of this film is pretty straightforward Star Wars: an evil force, aided by the Sith, seeks to destroy the new republic. Unfortunately, there's not much to the plot. The character development side of the film was practically nil, since all characters had already been developed. Visually, the film is hit or miss. From eye rolling scenes involving flying taxis to impressive Yodas, and a well done Artoo. Some environments also go together well, but the inconsistency between the good and the bad taks a lot out of the film. Sound wise, it's a mix of MIDI and wav sounds together to form the soundtrack, and it comes off mostly well. The midis are of pretty low quality, but they are not as prominant. However, in a disturbing twist at the beginning of the film, the Stargate SG-1 theme music accompanies the action, really throwing the film for a loop. It's a worth attempt at the Star Wars universe, but the inconsistent approach drags the score down more than the film deserves. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Star Wars: Episode VII: Revenge of the Sith [3.43 MB]
Star Wars: Episode VII: Revenge of the Sith Part 2
Directed by: Jesse Bush
Released: February 2004
Preview Jesse Bush's continuation of his Episode VII is mostly the same as the first film, with a few improvements. The plot is still basically Star Wars standard, only with a few twists at the end which show some creative thinking. Visually, the movie has improved a bit from the first, including more of Yoda, a handmade Darth Vader, and other visual joys that last all too briefly for us to appreciate fully. The film suffers from the lack of voice acting, and the sound is still a mix between midi and wav that makes for an inconsistent feel to the proceedings. Overall, it's worth a watch if you're committed to seeing all that the community has made in regards to Star Wars. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Star Wars: Episode VII: Revenge of the Sith Part 2 [5.96 MB]
Staunch
Directed by: Yorick Bergsma
Released: June 2000
Preview I only recently remembered about this oldie. When I downloaded it 2 or 3 years ago, it was AWESOME. Its still good, but far from the best I've seen. If you haven't got anything better to do, download this movie about two dudes robbing-up 'John's Beer Bar'. The scenes are okay, animation could be a better, but the voice acting was pretty good. Give it a shot and download.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Staunch [958 KB]
STEEL
Directed by: Tom Bown, Pogo
Released: December 2004
Preview Ah, the phenomenon that is STEEL. Birthed from the mind of troubled 3dmmer Tarssuin and his alternate personality Red Scorpion, STEEL took the board by storm and a few months after the release of the original STEEL spoof (created by yours truly), Pogo and Bown release this fantastic plastic creation, that is not only a great comedy spoof flick in itself, but one of the first films to use v3dmm the way it should be used. Pogo's definitely renowned himself the title of Spoof King, with appropriate humor and sometimes even godlike camera movements in the spoof scot's latest gem. So if you're a fan of STEEL or spoofs (or even if you aren't) be sure to check this out. I guarantee a chuckle at least. Review by Will Bamber.

A good movie here with a straight forward storyline. The killer/great fighter, STEEL, gets into all sorts of wacky escapades in this spoof written by Tom Bown and directed by Pogo. Both of them have made a good piece of work here which I recommend everyone should see and enjoy. This movie is also the first 'big' 3dmm movie to make some excellent use of v3dmm, incorporating both custom models and textures. There is alot of explosive comedy, hilarious voice acting, cool scenery and slick camera movements. Excellent job guys! Review by Ben Rice.

Overall rating: 8/10 Download
STEEL [5.67 MB]
Stickman's Halloween Adventure
Directed by: Hand Made Character
Released: October 2005
Preview At last, another movie by HMC! You can always count on him to produce something special for your enjoyment. While his long-time-in-the-works, up-and-coming-movie 'Mario Saga 2' is still in the works, HMC answers our calls for a movie from him with this. This movie strongly reminded me of the Summer Film Fests big hit 'Mean Breads Totally Bitchin' Adventure' - not to mention the similarities between the title, style and animating! However this aint Mean Bread, it's Stickman. This movie ruled. The plot is simple, Stickman is in love and buys a Halloween kit to impress the lovely lady, but the kit has some unexpected suprises in store for our 2D friend. The animation and scenery were brilliant thanks to v3dmm, and the plot was nothing short of comedy gold. An essential download. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Stickman's Halloween Adventure [5.62 MB]
Story of Heroes Teaser, A
Directed by: Darth Cha, Anders Borg
Released: July 2003
Preview I've been meaning to add the trailers to this movie for some time now, because they are actually pretty decent. It is based on and around the time of World War II. There is some nice scenery in this movie (which could be polished a little further) and the Gladiator soundtrack worked well. Some of the planes look fantastic, mind. A good effort and certainly one to keep an eye on.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Story of Heroes Teaser, A [678 KB]
Story of Heroes Trailer, A
Directed by: Darth Cha, Anders Borg
Released: April 2003
Preview With Fredrick Arnoy still failing to release 'War Is Hell', the prospect of perhaps another World War II movie in the meantime is never a bad thing. Unfortunately this trailer isn't really any more revealing than the teaser. I guess you could call this more of the same - slightly plain and dodgy scenery with cool airplanes!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Story of Heroes Trailer, A [2.23 MB]
Story of Heroes Trailer 2, A
Directed by: Darth Cha, Anders Borg
Released: August 2003
Preview This is more like it! Something worthy of being called a trailer in terms of quality and length. Still, I can't really determine any big plot details so I'm starting to think that the storyline will be a bit thin on the ground when it is actually released. Not much else to say really. Here's my prediction of the final article: it's not a bad attempt, but really nothing to write home about. Nevertheless, it will certainly be watchable.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Story of Heroes Trailer 2, A [1.76 MB]
Story of Kah-Laious: Chapter 1, The
Directed by: Joe Douglas
Released: December 2004
Preview Hmmm... My feelings about this movie are a little mixed. I'll start off by saying that is wasn't at all as I expected. For some reason, I invisaged it as something which resembled Redux. Also, along with the irregular title and initial screenshots posted on the 3dmm bulletin board I was strongly reminded of 'The Invasion of Tekalnus IV'. Like I mentioned earlier, my feelings about this movie are somewhat mixed. In places, the movie was beautiful - Joe made some excellent use of the newly available expansions. But on the other hand I found the whole affair a little confusing. Throughout it's run time I felt a little lost, and I didn't really ever have much idea of what was going on. The plot was surprisingly hard to follow and I never really got the chance to relate to any of the characters. Who is he? Where are they? What is that? Why, why and why? It wasn't until the final scene that I could actually make some conclusions. I think the story bounced around a bit too much and at the same time threw too much at you at once in the wrong order. I also noticed countless animation glitches, poor planning, frequent scene dissovles and a lack of soundtrack 80% of the time. It was inconsistancies like these which ruined any atmosphere the movie worked so hard at creating for itself. I'm making the movie sound extremely sloppy aren't I? Believe me, it isn't a bad movie, it is just a little rough around the edges shall we say. It was on the whole a very engaging and watchable movie despite it's obvious flaws - problems which would have crippled any other movie, it's simply down to the fact that the strengths outweigh the weaknesses. If Joe can iron out all the flaws I've mentioned, then we should be on to some winners with the future installments. A good effort.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Story of Kah-Laious: Chapter 1, The [13.82 MB]
Story of Xentrix, The
Directed by: Robert Domke
Released: March 2003
Preview An incredibly off-beat and original movie. This uniquely stylised movie is set in a 'digital' world following the tale of Xentrix. Robert has added some very nice touches to the movie, including 'electronic' sounding voices - very Stephen Hawkings-esqe. Wackey scenery and quirky animation make this a recommended watch. It is also Roberts 'good-bye' movie.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Story of Xentrix, The [524 KB]
Stranger 1
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: April 2001
Preview This is a cool movie from the time when we were all making movies with Maltby-syles scenes and animations. It's basically about a stranger who seeks action in his life - so he goes to a western town looking for evil guys. Jordi did a good job with this movie - it was plain awesome back in its time.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Stranger 1 [2.13 MB]
Stranger 2
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: May 2001
Preview Stranger has returned to finish his job of hunting down the evil turban guy. It's set in the same style as Stranger 1 (very Maltby-esqe). Some nice effects and humor made my day by watching this good movie by Mr Visser.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Stranger 2 [1.74 MB]
Stranger 3
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: August 2001
Preview The movie starts of saying "...make sure you have watched Stranger 1 and Stranger 2 before you watch this movie...", but really, you don't need to have watched any of the prequels, I think Jordi is just trying to get people to notice his work :) Anyhow, this movie is bloody fantastic! Much better than the previous two. It has a very similar animation style to DD, which is a good thing. The scenery is fairly plain (white) as it is set in a snowy area, but it doesn't need to be anymore detailed - it works perfectly how it is. 'Gustave' is the main character, who, after entering the film snowboarding down a slope, decides to shoot a legion of static snowmen. The movie spoofs a few real movies, namely The Matrix, and Terminator 2. This just makes the movie even better (the Terminator bit is fucking great!). The animation and camera movement is, throughout, smooth and 'jump' free, as is the character animation. Jordi makes use of some very nice 'custom character' effects (aww... the popping out cartoon eyes, and rolling tongue). The movie has only one fault. The microphone Jordi used to record voices is crap. This makes the voices sound a little 'echoey'. This movie is fantastic. I found myself having to re-watch it simply because it is so great... Download now, and don't miss 'Two of a Kind' - Jordi's next movie, when that is released.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Stranger 3 [2.33 MB]
Stranger 4
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: August 2003
Preview The Film Festival movie you have all been waiting for; yes, this IS Stranger 4. Unfortunately though, it also spells the end of this great Film Festival. If you have already read the reviews for the previous Stranger movies, then you will already know that I have been a big fan of this series since the outset. It's been a whilst since Stranger 3 was released - I remember reviewing it in the early days of 3dmm Studio. Until now, nothing but a few measly screenshots were shown on this highly anticipated #4 but OH MY did they look gorgeous. Alas, our waiting is finally over after o-so many, "No, I'm not going to finish it - I can't be bothered" scares from Jordi. Every Stranger movie is always bigger and bolder than the last. Remember how you felt when you first saw Gustave's mouth drop to the floor in Stranger 3? And then the squeal you let out when his tongue rolled out? Or the first time you 'experienced' the Terminator vision?! Well, Stranger 4 is no different - its full of little animation tricks you wont have seen in 3dmm before. Jordi seems to have grasped the very essence of the program to an even greater extent this time. The visuals are quite literally stunning, putting the rest of our work to shame. Jordi has managed to capture the true feeling of a Wild West scene. I like how Jordi made a few of the scenes echo the previous Stranger movies in terms of style and composition. I also really liked how Jordi laid any text or subtitle out. The music was expertly chosen and applied, adding depth, suspense and atmosphere. The voicing of the characters was believable enough but I felt that they were a little over acted/dramatised in places. For the majority though I think everyone did a grand job. They sure as hell beat the voices in the previous movies, an aspect that I always criticised before. The only part of this movie I can critise is the ending. It's a major disappointment and a totally unexciting way to end the fabled Stranger series. Where was the HUGE showdown and grand defeat of John Duke was was meant to be in this finale?! Other than that, Stranger 4 is fantastic in every department. I'm so impressed and relieved that Jordi found the persistence to finish it. I know that he declared defeat on so many occasions. Jordi has defiantly developed and refined his his own distinct style - something he has always worried about not having. All this praise, yet I still can't shake the feeling that I enjoyed Stranger 3 more the first time I saw it. I'm torn between the two; I simply cant decide what one I like more. Rest-assured, both are spectacular AND unmissable. Review by Will Cheyney.

This is the movie most of us have been waiting for. The movie that marks the end of the Film Festival. Stranger 4 by Jordi Visser - one of the most anticipated movies of 2003 is finally here! It's been in the making for at least a year now and since then I've heard of a lot of talk and rumors about how great the scenery and animation would be. I stayed critical just in case it was a disappointment. Well I can safely say that it hasn't been a disappointment at all! OK, to start off with, the plot. Jordi never saw anything in movies with plots, so it comes as no big surprise when this one doesn't have an amazing plot. It's mostly the action that speaks for itself. The west is ruled by an evil sheriff called John Duke. A man called Stranger is send back in time to stop him. As always Jordi's movies are full of beautiful scenery and slick animation. Stranger 4 goes even beyond slick animation I guess. Some of the scenes just move so incredibly realistically that you almost forget that your watching a 3dmm movie. Now that we're on the subject of scenery, Jordi has done an amazing job of giving this movie a real 'wild west' feeling. The scenery is simply breathtaking. Combine this with the animation that I talked about earlier and you've got yourself a masterpiece! The soundtrack is again, unique! The music just fits so perfectly you'd almost think it's been written specially for this movie. The soundtrack gives the wild west theme an even more realistic feeling than it already had. Of course the use of good sound effects is also important and it looks if Jordi took this part of the movie very serious too. The sounds fit with every action. In Stranger 4 Jordi added something new. A cast! In the previously movies of Stranger there is almost no voices or identifiable characters whatsoever. Jordi decided to give this movie a stronger cast to spice it up even more! Movies are released rapidly these days. But there's only the select few that have the same constancy of quality throughout the movie. Stranger 4 is one of those. In my eyes this is the best movie of the year. Great characters, an awesome cast, a good soundtrack and amazing scenes and animation make this movie something to remember for the next couple of years. Review by Jeroen van Eden.

Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Stranger 4 [6.02 MB]
Stupid Newbie Music Video's: Halloween Edition
Directed by: Jon Sprow
Released: January 2002
Preview Let me start off by saying that I don't really like 3dmm music videos. And I'm affraid this one is no exception. Although it features some nice music the movie is obviously bad animated. Next to the even more frightning scenery I'd say that this is another hopelessly failed music video. Now I don't really know the age of this movie but I'm guessing it's already a bit outdated. If not then the director should really be ashamed of itself. In this case I believe were dealing with an older kind of movie so I'll spare this movie a bit. The fact remains that this not entertaining or whatsoever.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Stupid Newbie Music Video's: Halloween Edition [2.00 MB]
Summer 2004 Film Festival Sneak Peak
Directed by: Jeff Ching, others
Released: April 2004
Preview I can't really say anything about this movie other than just a few short words. Obviously, it's a compilation of clips from movies we should expect to see this Film Festival. There's a whole 1 minute and 50 seconds worth of footage, compiled in a 'music video' sort of way, reminiscent to Jeff's 'Remember' movies. Everything looks extremely promising, guaranteeing this film fest to be one exciting event.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Summer 2004 Film Festival Sneak Peak [1.05 MB]
Sunday Afternoon Competition
Directed by: Colin Hughes
Released: April 2005
Preview Why? WHY? I wasted 5 minutes of my life viewing this crap. There's clearly been very little effort put into this movie. Default scenery, lousy character movements and no plot. There's nothing good about this movie! It angered me that this directed released this movie - clearly he's never seen a decent 3DMM movie because if he had then he would never have let anyone seen this. So boring it's unbelievable, and the voices are so cheap. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Sunday Afternoon Competition [727 KB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 1
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: December 2000
Preview Episode 1 was released on the 1st of December 2000. In the space of 3 months, Greg Niecestro produced this very popular Survivor themed series based on his pokegay characters from several of his earlier movies. The series finished during April of 2001. This was a good solid starting movie for the series. The movies about 13 people being cast off to an island and what they do in order to survive and win popularity. Participants have to vote other people off the island until there's just one person left. Obviously this guy is the winner. There's been many programs on TV that I'm sure you've seen. This series is designed to spoof that. Nicely animated, and well directed, though a little unexciting. I suggest that if you watch any movies in this series that you watch them all... In order! Thats the only way you'll get the most out of this special series.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 1 [2.84 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 2
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: February 2001
Preview As you would expect, similar to the first episode - still a little slow - and shorter than the first installment. Greg's managed to characterise the personalities of each character rather well and in a weird kind of worrying way, you can start to relate to them making the movie a much easier watch. However, I still can't help but feel there isn't enough excitement and because of the tight release schedule Greg set himself, some bits feel a little 'empty'. Getting better though. Released on the 1st of February 2001.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 2 [2.48 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 3
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: February 2001
Preview Yay! Getting better and better, the series is now starting to pick up. Longer than the previous episodes and in general alot more enjoyable to watch. Yet again, more voting off adding that much more excitement! Released on the 18th of February 2001.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 3 [2.79 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 4
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: February 2001
Preview The fourth episode and getting better still. The characters are developing well and I can feel myself getting into it. I'm running out of things to say... There's no point in explaining what happens - its better if you just download and have a watch for yourself. Another good episode though. Released on the 15th February 2001.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 4 [2.95 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 5
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: February 2001
Preview Another good episode in this classic series. This has been my favorite episode so far. Greg has got things really worked out now; everything flows nicely and is well executed. There's a few annoying scenes were there are groups of people talking with none of them moving so you can't tell who's speaking! This adds a bit of confusion, but on the whole, a good job. Released on the 22nd of February 2001.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 5 [3.10 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 6
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: March 2001
Preview Not as good as the previous episode, hindered by the fact that nothing really happens. As before, I'm not going to reveal who gets voted off, you'll just have to watch and find out. No matter, it's still a worthy installment in the series. Released on the 1st of March 2001.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 6 [2.92 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 7
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: March 2001
Preview Another 'so-so' episode, with only a few good 'ol entertaining bits. The cafe scenes are very well constructed and interesting to watch. Not much more I can say - there's the same old intro and outro as well as the voting bit - almost identical to all the other episodes (which admittedly is getting a bit repetitive now. I usually skip the intro). Still, a definite watch if your going to watch the whole series. Released on the 8th of March 2001.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 7 [2.95 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 8
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: March 2001
Preview Ahh! Thats better... improvement! Improvement from the last episode - with some very entertaining bits too. One character has a narrow escape from being voted off. A bit of diversification in the series would have been nice because by now, somethings are getting a bit tiresome. Released on March the 15th 2001.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 8 [2.47 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 9
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: March 2001
Preview EVEN better that # 8! An interesting episode that starts off a little slow, but gets better and better throughout. I think this may even be the best episode so far. Hopefully the rest will be at least this good. Fans won't be disappointed. Released on the 22nd of March 2001.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 9 [3.02 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 10
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: March 2001
Preview I feel like a bit of a prat writing these reviews now... I'm sure I'm just writing the same thing over-and-over for each review. Anyhow, this episode features a special guest who happens to 'drop by' the island. Good stuff. Released on the 29th of March 2001.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 10 [3.03 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 11
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: April 2001
Preview Almost the end of the series! Watching all the episodes back-to-back probably isn't the best idea. These very episodes were some of the first 3D Movie Making efforts I saw and waiting a whole week for the next episode was a much more rewarding experience. Anyhow, this episode is all good - entertaining AND funny. Released on the 5th of April 2001.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 11 [2.83 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 12
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: April 2001
Preview Only one more episode after this. Bronc and Geeodude have to do their best to stay in. The winner of the reward challenge gets a family member to visit. Next up... the finale! Released on the 12th of April 2001.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 12 [2.85 MB]
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 13 (The Finale)
Directed by: Greg Niecestro
Released: April 2001
Preview Well, this is it; the final episode, and quite epic it is too. With a much longer run time than any other episode in the series it's clear that Greg really has put the effort into ending the series with a bang! Packed with entertainment, comedy and fun, I'd say this was the best episode in the entire series. Greg managed to end the series perfectly. One of the greatest series ever done in 3dmm, and one to definitely not miss-out on. Released on the 26th of April 2001.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Surviving (Pokegay): Episode 13 (The Finale) [6.45 MB]