3dmm Christmas Tale, A
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: December 2000
Preview A Christmas movie is a definite winner, besides the fact that it stars Martin. It showcases a very good rhyme throughout the movie, plus an entertaining story and scenes. Sweet 'Night Before Christmas'-style tale with some great appearances from community members and an unexpected guest. Funny too, with pleasing animation. Final Verdict: Filled with the Christmas spirit.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
3dmm Christmas Tale, A [2.86 MB]
Baked Goods 1
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: December 2000
Preview At long last the first episode is here! Baked Goods is a 3dmm community talkshow with skits, interviews and segments. Now for some ass kis-err, I mean truth-telling! Brad has captured the feel of talk-shows perfectly. From the visually enjoyable entrance of Matt, Brad and Steven, the mood was set for laughs. The show's set is not amazingly complex but it does look good and fits the purpose. Funny (and interesting) interviews feature scenes from one of that director's movies while the interview voiceovers play as well as the entertaining 'Terry' sketch, Cool3dmmshit.com announcement and more. The show ends with an amusing song by Matt McGowan. Overall then, this show is great. More skits in the future would improve it, plus Bryn needs to have a better story next time. Well worth the download time.

Updated review: The old and original comedy talk/sketch show from the legendary 'Fresh from the Oven Studios' team. It works very well and the sketches and stuff are really quite good. The interviews with guest stars is perhaps a bit too serious at times (for a 3dmm movie), though Brad assures me that he will avoid this in future episodes. The is definitely a recommended download - be sure to check out the rest of the episodes. Many other 3dmm directors have since had a go at their own 3dmm talk shows. 3dmm Mole, 3dmm Evil and 3dmm United to name a few.

Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Baked Goods 1 [6.48 MB]
Baked Goods 2
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: March 2001
Preview The second in this golden oldie series. Brad's constant bitching throughout this episode about how he got so little feedback on the first installment was actually done in a very funny way. It's a bit dull and slow at the start, and Jeff's top 10 movie critiquing is just that - a straight top 10 list with no laughs, but those are the only flaws/bores. I think this episode benefited alot from Brad having to do the larger portion of it himself rather than using people's sent in bits. I remember when this was released, people were horrified by the download size of this movie. Heh, how times change. A compulsory download. Better than the first one in my opinion.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Baked Goods 2 [9.42 MB]
Baked Goods 2.5
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: April 2001
Preview A shorter offering from Brossy and the crew this time round, however, it's quite probably the best yet. It's fast paced, loud, and above all funny. It's quite refreshing to see genuinely hilarious comedy in 3dmm - especially and oldie. Highly recommended.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Baked Goods 2.5 [2.78 MB]
Baked Goods 3
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: October 2001
Preview The third in the 'Baked Goods' series from the Aussie team (well actually it's the fourth baked goods movie). It's not wonderful, I have to be honest, but it is good. Some of the skits actually really let it down though, and in general the pace is just far too slow. However, there are some nice fast punchy skits in there and they work well, but most of the stuff is just 'ok'. My favourite bit has to be the "Mary Jane and Bud" skit which was made hilarious by the excellent voice acting by whoever played the black guy. Anyway, a solid movie. Baked Goods fans should get this. Not as good as 2.5, but you'll enjoy it. Lots.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Baked Goods 3 [6.99 MB]
Baked Goods: Unseen Collection
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: June 2005
Preview Brad Ross is known as the creator of many films. Some great, some bad. Even so, his "Baked Goods" movies are one of the major factors that have made Brad such a popular director. But in making movies, some things just don't make it or are cut from the final film before its release. This special collection released by Brad Ross himself is filled with never before seen clips from his Baked Goods movies. The collection itself contains an unfinished version of the special Baked Good's/Shit Movie Showcase crossover, unused skits, sounds, and other little tidbits. All of these make the collection a mixed bag, some of the content is good, while others are bad. However, there is a high chance you may find something you may enjoy. This collection like I said is a mixed bag, but if you want to take a behind to scenes look at what happened to the things that never officially became a part of the "Baked Goods" movies, I suggest you take a look. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Baked Goods: Unseen Collection [8.20 MB]
Baked Goods Promotion
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: November 2000
Preview Very very amusing little promo for this hot-looking show coming soon from FFTOS. The animation is pretty sweet and this looks like a show that, with your support, will be an instant classic.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Baked Goods Promotion [710 KB]
Beware of the Dog
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: December 2000
Preview Ha! Brad Ross couldn't have been too bored to make this short flick. Simple story but very amusing with good scenes. The story is about a man encountering a little dog. It works fairly well, though it is very short. A great effort.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Beware of the Dog [269 KB]
Brad Ross' Unfinished Clips
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: May 2005
Preview This is am impressive collection of unfinished clips from Brad Ross. There is very little structure to it. Rather, it is a sporadic assortment of clips ranging from impressive to unbelievably lame. It's hard to speak for individual shorts themselves, since the archive contains 57 clips in it. If you're looking for off the wall humour, look no further than this collection. Be warned: it does take awhile to go through all of them. The collection would have been better served if Ross had just imported all of them into one movie, making it easier to watch. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Brad Ross' Unfinished Clips [15.00 MB]
Brad Ross' Unfinished Clips #2
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: May 2005
Preview The superior of Brad Ross' collections, Clips 2 shows promising growth from Ross since his earlier work. This collection of clips ranges covers some of Ross' earlier and current projects, some more promising than the other. The most entertaining of these clips is the clip from Frogman, which shows the most growth from the earlier clips from this collection. This clip set is presented in a single movie, making watching them all the way through a breeze. Each is preceeded by an introduction to the next clip, which serves as a sort of timetable through Ross' growth in the program. As far as visuals go, Ross has yet to adopt any of the expansion packs or v3DMM, so the visuals themself can be dated looking. However, this only leads for one to anticipate Ross' adoption of the expansions to see what he can accomplish now. The sound is very mixed. Some clips have entertaining dialog, though Ross seems to be cursed with a muffled microphone. Another problem with the sound is the extensive and frustrating use of loud rock music in nearly all of his clips. Ross needs to diversify his soundtracks, as too many times, the rock music caused me to restart a scene so I could hear the dialog. Ross' dialogue is entertaining too, so it's extra frustrating to not be able to hear it. Overall, this is a much more worthwhile download than the first collection, simply due to the fact that it's one file and the clips are much better this time. This collection shows off some promising growth and some interesting projects. Ross' release of these unfinished clips leads us to further anticipate his next projects. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Brad Ross' Unfinished Clips #2 [5.69 MB]
Campout Clips
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: October 2000
Preview Two clips about... something, I'm not sure what. Either way there is an apparent lack of story or explanation as to what is going - except dogs being roasted, a gay romp through a field of flowers, and a bunch of other weird stuff. The animation in these clips is pretty good, but that still doesn't save these clips from their own weird stupidness. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Campout Clips [1.02 MB]
Cops
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: December 1999
Preview One of Brad Ross' first films which features a squad of police officers running around, shooting bad guys, and getting shot at... which is pretty much what this film is all about. That and some evil Hindu. The film's basic style includes old animation techniques, and has default scenery being used in just about every part of the film - in fact, the only custom scenery I saw was a "jail cell" with a black background! On a side note, I did find the theme song a bit funky, but even so, the film is pretty bad overall. But if you want to see Brad Ross' 3dmm-roots, you might want to give this film a watch; I mean it's not a crime to do so. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Cops [2.12 MB]
Dog Shit
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: July 2000
Preview An old film from Brad Ross here which shows that even though you can gloat about not stepping in dog poo, it's proving you didn't that makes things a bit crazy. Although the film's looks are pretty basic, it's the way the movie turned out that made me laugh. So this just goes to show that even though the film itself might look pretty bad, it's one of those of films that really makes you laugh at sheer stupidity. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Dog Shit [149 KB]
Fast Chain Movie
Directed by: Adrian Pikios, Brad Ross, Will Maltby
Released: December 2002
Preview Maltby came up with the idea of a 'fast chain moive' when bored one day many moons ago. The idea is just the same as a normal chain movie passed around directors, but done in the space of a few hours. Maltby got Brad and Adrian interested over ICQ. Each director had just 5 mins to do whatever we could (however crap) and then pass it on to the next person. For the larger part it works very well, it isn't until Adrian's part that things start to change. It is obvious that Adrian took far longer than was allowed for his part. It's funny to watch though and there is the patented 'Maltby randomness' feel to it all. It's just a fun bit of viewing. I remember there also being talk about this being 'polished' up and given a proper release, but for whatever reasons, it never happened. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Fast Chain Movie [1.01 MB]
Fight, The
Directed by: Brad Ross, Guy Collins
Released: November 2001
Preview 'The Fight' is a new compilation movie between two great directors - Brad Ross and Guy Collins. Unsurprisingly, it is superbly well done! The film works by each of the directors taking turns in animating a fight between the themselves, coming up with extremely creative ways of dying and even more imaginative ways of coming back to life in the process. Throughout, the movie is fastly paced, fluid and well animated - and thoroughly entertaining. One of my favorite ever 3dmm movies. A highly recommended download.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Fight, The [2.37 MB]
Googoozilla
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: April 2000
Preview I believe this was Brad Ross’ first movie released back in the day, and it sure looks it. There is limited custom scenery, and what little there is, it’s composed of cubes and cylinders. This movie basically consists of our favorite bearded baby rampaging through the Misty City causing all sorts of problems, and it’s the police’s job to take him down. The action mostly consists of default actions, but there is a fair amount of people being thrown around and interacting with the default city. All this looks fairly good, despite the fact that it is default scenery. Each person’s demise is accompanied by some form of blood explosion and squishy sound, which is fairly consistent. The sound is quite a collection of sound effects. From Jurassic Park to South Park, the sounds all mix together fairly bizarrely. The sound mainly serves as a showoff of a vast effect library. The voice acting is sub-par. The sound is all muffled and a lot of times distorted and overwhelmed by the soundtrack, which is mostly the “Woohoo Song.” It’s very random, and a testament to how movies were done a long time ago. Some may find this fun for nostalgic purposes, while others will find it plain annoying. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Googoozilla [4.07 MB]
Magic
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: November 2002
Preview Oh ye classic Magic. A short and highly eventful tale of Australian accents, dwarves and magical beings of all shape, size and stature. It's hardly a powerful tale of the planet's essence and how to control it, but it's definitely some funny tosh indeed. There's quite a few dull parts, but it'll be enough to sit through that and enjoy the loud, over-exaggerated voices breezing through your speakers and filling your ears with humor. Good stuff. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Magic [4.60 MB]
Mr. Cool
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: February 1999
Preview This film is pretty much about a guy named "Mr. Cool" who goes about killing aliens along with his sidekick robot who can change into a baby. The animation is pretty bad, there's no real story, a major usage of default scenery and badly created custom scenery - in fact, there's no end to what contributes to this films poor overall rating. All in all, there isn't really anything "cool" about this movie. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Mr. Cool [1.02 MB]
Return
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: June 2005
Preview Brad Ross has returned and brought us a new movie about his return to the community. It's a PAM, and it shows that dispite the fact that Brad has been out of the '3dmm-loop' for so long, he is still a brilliant animator! I think it would be interesting to see what Brad could do with the expansion packs as this is very much 'old skool 3dmm' orientated. Even though he doesn't make use of any of the new expansions he is still doing fine without them - I must admit there is something rather endearing about the old look now anyway. The scenery was pretty simple, but adequate for what was happening, and Brad did make this in a few days so I can't really complain. The best thing about this movie was definitely the animations; the lightsaber fight near the end was brilliant. This is the perfect example of how something so short can still be really good, and with other projects from Brad on the way, this is a very exciting time. Welcome back Brad. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Return [1.79 MB]