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Andres De La Hoz's Unfinished Work
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: January 2003
Preview This is great. A compilation of Andres De La Hoz's unfinished work. There's a total of 8 previously unseen titles, including, 'Dead Heart in a Dead World 2', 'Children Of The Night 2' and an untitled war film that I really like the look of (see screenshot). It's a shame that Andres never found the inspiration to finish a lot of these titles - but he does explain this to us at the beginning. Everything has a very cinematic feel to it. Good music, interesting animation and fabulous scenery make it very atmospheric too. A definite download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Andres De La Hoz's Unfinished Work [3.42 MB]
Andres De La Hoz's Unfinished Work II
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: January 2003
Preview This is the second compilation of Andres's unfinished work made available for the first time. It features a number of interesting titles, largely abandoned because Andres felt that he was being a bit too ambitious. Included is his original festival movie, 'Dual', 'A Call To Arms DVD' and a couple more of otherwise unheard of animations. I noticed that the main focus of the ideas were for surreal dramas, as opposted to the majority of the content being action based like in the first compilation. It's always nice to 'get into' a directors head and see how they work, and this does the job perfectly. No matter what you may think of him, Andres is a brillant director. He is a master at creating interesting animation - the eye never gets bored - and everything has a very real sense of cinematography. It's a shame some of these promising titles will never see the light of day because each and everyone one of them reak of quality.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Andres De La Hoz's Unfinished Work II [5.85 MB]
Andres' 3dmm Folder
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: August 2004
Preview This is just as it says on the tin (well, zip); Andres' 3dmm folder. Contained within is a load of unfinished work (Work In Progress), experiments (Random Shit) and old work (Old Crap). It's all previously unseen footage - some of which is very impressive. The most interesting and promising piece for me was the comic book-style movie, Satanik. It mimics the look and feel of a comic book that added a great sense of style the movie. You may not like him, but you gotta love his work... A recommended download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Andres' 3dmm Folder [6.18 MB]
Anthology
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: February 2001
Preview This is an anthology of clips from most of Andres' movies from 1999 and 2000. The standard is very high all throughout the anthology and it even includes glimpses at work from some of Andres' upcoming 2001 projects. Music from Nevermore and Iron Savior suit the high-pace/dramatic style.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Anthology [3.94 MB]
Call To Arms, A
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: December 2001
Preview Andres releases yet another highly original movie with, still, the same sort of genre and direction. The movie focuses on World War I, and more specifically a battle within a rubble of a town and some of the soldiers of the allied side, but mostly on one French Assassin from France, funnily enough. The originality makes this a very welcome addition to anyones movie collection and the general feel of it is great - a mix of action, drama and horror (as all of Andres' films, as I've already said, yeah, listen to me, please). The effects are nice, good camera movements and stuff, good explosions, the detail is brilliant. The music is also very well suited. The major flaw though in this movie is the sound, for example, soldiers run and you hear a slow march, you hear guns but see no flares (at all). But the voices, OH the voices! Virtually all of the voices come before the others finish in conversations and the whole thing about Professor Spaz being in a serious role? Why?! It's like putting a pyromaniac in the role of a fireman. Basically, this could be polished, but still, download it for definite, because it's great points really do shine.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Call To Arms, A [6.96MB]
Children of the Night
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: November 2000
Preview A very slick vampire action adventure, about his plan to overrule morals. I thought the movie was excellent, making use of some excellent camera angles and visual effects. Sound synchronization seemed to be a bit of a problem for me though. The voices and SFX tended to overlap in the action sequences and the action was a little too fastly-paced for you to take in exactly who had/hadn't been killed. Still, a very enjoyable watch, with classic Andres style scenery and character lineups.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Children of the Night [2.09 MB]
Cycles
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: July 2004
Preview Andres decided his project 'In Zorn's Image' was too epic to be completed, so what did he do? He remade it into this fun little movie, which is very un Andres-like. It centres around a tyrannical god, Zorn, and a guy called Klux's quest to stop him. The movie is very funny, the scenery is very nice, and James Burgon's excellent voice acting is the icing on a very nice cake... or something.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Cycles [3.22 MB]
Dead Heart in a Dead World
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: March 2001
Preview Another great film by Andres. This movie is great in every possible way, good action but apparently can be hard to follow, Jeff? Anyways, the plot was a little hard to follow, but there was one! The movie was very well directed and the voices were great! Mike did a good job with those. Andres really is an excellent director, giving the film a great atmosphere and making it a very original movie. Something new and different, it's a must download.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Dead Heart in a Dead World [2.82 MB]
Futbol
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: August 2002
Preview What can I say? I believe this was the first proper doreamon movie to be released to the community. What's clearly visible at the start of this short movie is the smooth animation Andres is famous for. Although scenery wise this movie pretty much sucks the smooth animation makes up for it. It's short and pretty much pointless. But again it features some nice techniques.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Futbol [241 KB]
General, The
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: October 2001
Preview A short movie by Andres that was made in a day, The General is an old veteran who is pissed off at his country full of scum. The plot isn't bad, but some of the dialogue isn't great. Scenery and animation were both good, and the voices, although a little fuzzy, worked well. Download if bored. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
General, The [898 KB]
Mask of Rage, The
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: September 2000
Preview A very old movie by Andres de la Hoz, 'The Mask of Rage' is a long and sometimes frustrating movie that follows the story of a troubled detective as he fights off an elusive killer. The story mixes together a blend of mystery, action, suspense, and emotion to get its point across. This blending works fairly well, but the whole movie is cursed with sup-par screenwriting. If one were to run a wordcount on the script, 'fuck' would be the most frequently occurring word. While this may have been adlibbing, or a way to make the movie seem more hardcore than it really is, it betrays the movie's age as being an early work. Thankfully de la Hoz' scripts have since become more well rounded and much better written. The presentation is trademark (albeit early) de la Hoz, with well composed shots and cameras that only move when they have to, and then in sensible manners. This is the strongest aspect of the film, as the director is very conscious of his camera and his artistic motivations. Visually, this is a film from before the expansion pack days. But trademark of Andres' works, most of the scenery is composed from squares and spheres rather than text. This makes for a consistent visual style that is better off than having partially textured scenes. The voice acting is mixed. This is one of the few films where de la Hoz uses his own voice. The problem is, it's often hard to hear the dialogue with the mismatched volumes of music drowning it out. Another problem is Jeff Ching's voice acting. It's hard to take the part seriously when some of the dialogue is delivered in such a hokey fashion. Some parts are downright laughable, including the "Noooo" yell. He's balanced out by some good quality voice acting by the other parts, though. Overall, the Mask of Rage is a worthwhile download for those who are looking to collect The Complete Works of Andres de la Hoz (which would make a wicked DVD release). Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Mask of Rage, The [11.59 MB]
Of Minds and Darkness
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: May 2001
Preview A suspense thriller by Andres De La Hoz, 'Of Minds and Darkness' is a suspenseful work involving a robbery, and the killings of the robbery gangs that take place after their heist. The plot builds suspense with the help of camera tricks and music, drawing the viewer in and ultimately pulling some surprises out of the story. To write too much on the story would be giving away the point of the movie. The presentation is where much of the strength of this film lies. The camera movements are dynamic and well-planned, each pan being used to maximum effect. The major device used is the limited visability allowed by the camera. Hoz creates a claustrophobic feel by keeping tightly zoomed on the actors and rarely ever allowing too much to be revealed at once. This is effective in building the suspense the plot feeds off of. The visuals consist of Hoz' trademark squares and spheres, so there's a lack of texturing that doesn't detract too much from the film. Occasionally, there are times when it's unclear what we're looking at. The music is the other strong factor in creating a suspenseful mood. Hoz borrows from James Newton Howard, who is used by other suspense icons such as M. Night Shyamalan, and is effective in enhancing the mood that Hoz is aiming for. The sound effects editing is not as strong. There are many opportunities for the use of sound effects that are not taken advantage of. It sometimes leads to an "unfinished" feel, but the smoothness of the presentation makes up for this lack of polish. Of Minds and Darkness is a worthy download, and a perfect movie to turn the lights out for and watch alone. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Of Minds and Darkness [3.74 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]
Remember
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: February 2002
Preview Andres is generally renowned for creating mini-masterpieces. Whether they are funny shorts like 'The General' and 'Pumpkins' or feature length movies like 'DHIADW' - they are always of a good standard. Unfortunately 'Remember' doesn't quite cut the biscuit. Admittedly, the scenery and animation is top, but the actual movie just doesn't go anywhere. It simply doesn'twork. Throughout, I was confused and not entirely sure what was going on - A poor plot, I hear you cry? Well, yes. Andres, who is usually so critical of such a trait, has managed to produce a fairly average movie without a storyline to back it up. Final verdict: good, but not what we have come to expect from Monsieur Hoz.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Remember [631 KB]
Rose
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: July 2000
Preview This is an excellent music video using the rose as a symbolic image. A man returns to his village, finds them all killed and vows revenge. Sweet.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Rose [1.47 MB]
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]
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]
Trenches
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: March 2001
Preview Once again, Andres has amazed us with his down to earth movies, with a great plot (well sort of, it's just a scene from WWII) great animation, and a great attempt at making good emotions, almost up to the Ben Williams standard. It's a dramatic and realistic view of the war trenches. The sound effects are spot on and you feel as though you're actually there. My only gripe is that it's too short, but this doesn't really matter, just my personal taste. Download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Trenches [468 KB]