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Evil Experiment, The
Directed by: Gavin Owers
Released: April 2003
Preview This... this was a really weird movie including the weird professor who's transforming everybody into weird things. And this time he's transforming Augustin into a well, watch it yourself. I found this movie kinda silly. It uses default scenes and midi but that didn't effect the movie at all.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Evil Experiment, The [283 KB]
It all Started on Will's Birthday
Directed by: Gavin Owers
Released: January 2002
Preview A great short and comedy by Gavin made to celebrate Will Maltby's 21st birthday, "It All Started..." is really funny. As 3dmmers fail to notice that Will is unresponsive, they deal with newbies and cutting the cake. The movie ends on a cliffhanger as there were supposed to be sequels, but they never came to be. Overall a hilarious movie that should be enjoyed by everyone. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
It all Started on Will's Birthday [2.65 MB]
OMG Water! Preview
Directed by: Gavin Owers
Released: November 2004
Preview IF THIS MOVIE DOESN'T GET RELEASED I WILL CRY. Download the preview to show your support. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
OMG Water! Preview [429 KB]
Railway Crossing, The
Directed by: Gavin Owers
Released: December 2003
Preview I watched this movie straight after reviewing some of the Bongo Adventure movies and bizarely enough, this could also most be a Bongo Adventure episode... So, yeh, you guessed it, this is another movie about our lovable fat-man, Bongo. It seems to me that every movie he stars in, his luck is never in his favour; something usually happens that spells the end of his existance. Today is no exception when Bongo gets unlucky with a railway crossing (funnily enough). Gavin's use of the default scenery and hand-made parts is done so well that you don't even realise that you are watching something set in Misty City with accompanying midi's in the background. Short, yet ever-so sweet. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Railway Crossing, The [1.04 MB]