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Death of the Newbie
Directed by: JP, Josh Byrd, Fredrick Arnoy, Gorosaurus
Released: September 2002
Preview A very decent and clever movie from JP, Josh Byrd, Fredrick Arnoy & Gorosaurus here. I won't give it away but if you can get past the default scenes in the first 5 minutes it becomes an extremely enjoyable film. Alot of thought went into this, I wish the different stories could've linked slightly more, but anyway. A very fun film, you should watch it now.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Death of the Newbie [6.84 MB]
Godzilla 98: Platinum Edition
Directed by: Gorosaurus, Matt Burkett
Released: April 2002
Preview Goro has always been one of my fav hand-made character designers, or as I found out today, CARTOON hand-made character designers. Don't get me wrong, this was a pretty good movie, and the hand-made models were quite well done, but they were cartoony, and hence just didn't suit the supposed 'serious' atmosphere. I think Goro realized this as well, and added small comedic bits to lighten it up. This is another one of those movies that starts off really great, with you going "Sweetsweetsweet, this is gonna be good!!" but then gets disappointing. But the battle between Godzilla and Whatsisname at the end made it worthwhile enough. Indoor scenery consisted mostly of the old lay-down-polygons-on-top-of-existing-stock-scenes trick, so that was kinda corny... Outdoor scenes (city) were, of course, hand made and simple. But simple is a practical must when using so much camera movement. Ditto with the animation of the handmade characters - those are a LOT of polygons to animate, and you cant really expect flawlessly smooth camera movement with so many. Music was okayish, but the SOUND... oh god the sound was pretty pitiful. If they weren't using stock sounds, they were using waaay too many well known ones. But fortunately that didn't detract too much. Plus, you have to recognize all the work that went into it. Quite download worthy.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Godzilla 98: Platinum Edition [4.49 MB]
Jedi Reflexes
Directed by: Gorosaurus
Released: September 2002
Preview A short about a frog type guy (Toad) with amazing reflexes. It's funny and well made.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jedi Reflexes [265 KB]
Lock 'N' Load
Directed by: Gorosaurus
Released: September 1999
Preview Gorosaurus' first ever movie, and I must admit that for a first movie I am impressed! All his characters are hand made! Like most peoples first movie attempts though, I got totally lost and didn't have a CLUE as to what was going on. A pointless, pretty random, action-esque cartoon. Hehe. Download, as it's interesting to see how Gorosaurus' skills have developed.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Lock 'N' Load [1.89 MB]
Lock 'N' Load 2
Directed by: Gorosaurus
Released: September 2004
Preview More of a concept movies as opposed to a 'real' movie. Many moons ago, after Goro completed his first movie, 'Lock 'N Load', he started a sequel aptly known as, 'Lock 'N Load 2'. The movie was canned during it's early stages of development. 'Lock 'N Load 2' picks up where 'Lock 'N Load' left off, opening with a recreation of the NES Ninja Gaiden 2's opening. The evil sorcerer Ashtar patiently awaits his staring role as the villian of Lock 'N Load 2. But upon hearing that Gorosaurus has given up on the movie in the very beginning stages, him and his henchman decide to take over the project by cutting and pasting different parts of unfinished movies from Gorosaurus' movie folder and creating a wild and crazy adventure for our two heroes. Handmade characters and cool animation make a regular occurrence, and I think the clever way of re-working an essentially unfinished movie worked nicely. Some of this work is pretty old so I made allowances for the occasional piece of scenery that lacked in mastery. An interesting affair, and defiantly worth a watch. One of the better Film Festival movies.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Lock 'N' Load 2 [13.83 MB]
Lock 'N' Toad Trailer
Directed by: Gorosaurus (compiled by Z-man)
Released: December 2003
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #9. A sweet, fast and furious trailer for Goro's upcoming movie 'Lock 'N' Toad. It is probably one of the best compiled trailers to have ever been released. The scenery and animation is spot on and I like the accompanying music. There's not a lot more I can say really... except download!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Lock 'N' Toad Trailer [706 KB]
Masked Rider Blade Teaser
Directed by: Gorosaurus, Z-Man
Released: October 2002
Preview A very very nice teaser which fitted perfectly with the music. An example of a first class teaser/preview. The Midback version could've been altered better to fit the music but it was nice to have a change of music. I can't wait.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Masked Rider Blade Teaser [1.16 MB]
Ninja Gaiden
Directed by: Gorosaurus
Released: December 2002
Preview A very slick and well produced movie from Gorosaurus made for the Film Festival. Impressive animation and custom characters are used to create some stunning effects of realism - achieving something that you just can't with 3dmm's default actors. Even if the plot is a little corny and somewhat predicable in places, the quality of everything else stops it from even mattering.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Ninja Gaiden [4.60 MB]
Ninja Gaiden 2: The Dragon Born Teaser
Directed by: Gorosaurus
Released: March 2004
Preview I think everyone was a fan of the original Ninja Gaiden, and again think that everyone will be pleased to learn about the sequel that is currently in the works. The combination of 2D and 3D animation is set to make a welcomed comeback, along with some all-new, all-better handmade ninjas! Unfortunately its only a teaser so it's all over a bit too quick. Watch this space for more info. Review by Will Cheyney.

Being a huge fan of the Ninja Gaiden game series and the original Gorosaur 3dmm Ninja Gaiden film, I was very excited when I got a chance to see what Gorosaur and Matt Burkett allowed us to see of the newest Ninja Gaiden film. I was not disappointed. The trailer itself showcases some amazing animation and scenery and what looks to be a very promising looking story. However, this amazing showcase ends all too soon because like all trailers, it ends all too soon. So if you want to catch a glimpse at what looks to be an already slick looking film, I suggest you download right away! Review by Jonny Anson.

Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Ninja Gaiden 2: The Dragon Born Teaser [314 KB]
Official Gorosaurus Compendium, The
Directed by: Gorosaurus
Released: February 2003
Preview Wow, this is really badly presented, with different characters in separate .3mm files, but the quality of character creation is amazing. This movie is a must for anyone who wants to get some tips on how to make there own characters and build a scene. First class in it's field, but don't download this looking for a movie with a story
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Official Gorosaurus Compendium, The [13.61 MB]
Directed by: Aaron Haynes, Gorosaurus
Released: January 2004
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #11. Oh my god. Without-a-doubt one of the best 3dmm movies ever. Honest. Originally dubbed 'RebirthREDUX' this does have strong connections with Adrian Pikios' classic, '3dmm Rebirth'. The community is on the verge of another armageddon and a load of 3dmm characters are out to do their bit. Of course, this isn't the whole story - I'll just let you find the rest out for yourselves! Much the same as '3dmm Rebirth', 'Redux' has no dialogue. Instead, a hugely strong and dramatic score is used. It works incredibly well. The cast line up is another of the movie's strong points. I love how the directors have included 3dmm characters various community members have created and incorporated them into a movie of their own. The way you recognise characters somehow sucks you into their world, allowing you to relate to them further. The excellent music supports this. The animation is constantly smooth and fluid - probably the best I have seen to date, and some of the special effects used are unbelievable. It is one of the most cinematic and magical 3dmm movies I have seen. Everything has been beautifully and lovingly done and it is obvious that a lot of time and care has been taken to ensure that everything is PERFECT. Even the end credits sequence was fantastically made and thought-out. Goro and Aaron have cleverly included Frankie's Expansion Pack with this movie. Hopefully everyone will now have finally installed it! Goro, Aaron. You have outdone yourselves. You are an inspiration to us all - this is not something you want to miss... Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Redux [7.84 MB]
Redux DVD Edition
Directed by: Aaron Haynes, Gorosaurus
Released: January 2005
Preview So, one of my favorite 3dmm movies of all time gets the DVD overhaul treatment... It is obvious that Jason and Aaron have put further, phenomenal amounts of effort into this to ensure everything is polished to the highest of all shines. This DVD comes with a host of extras including both the original and extended versions of the film, an extremely informative and enjoyable directors commentary done by the two directors, promotional posters, deleted scenes, the soundtrack, artwork and a whole lot more besides. The all-new extended version features new and reworked scenes (more detail, more frames), a longer battle sequence between Godzilla and the 'Bored with 3dmm Demon', more cameos from well recognised community HMC's, and a tear jerking tribute to Redwampa and Adrian Pikios. The driving dramatic score makes it's return, along with some extra pieces - the powerful music really brings everything to life, sucking you in. The animation and scenery is second to none. You will not have seen anything like it before; who ever thought that a 3dmm movie could be so beautiful? It really would give a depressed 3dmmer a good reason to live. Another thing I thought I'd mention is the way in which the DVD has expertly been arranged and compiled. I am so glad that Aaron and Jason didn't go down the whole 'go to scene 113 for the deleted scenes' route. Instead, everything is neatly organised into directories within the zip file download. A much less messy and infinitely more logical approach, I believe. 'DVDs' within 3dmm tend to get a bit messy, as is obvious after watching movies like 'Deputy'. A tremendous movie, and the perfect way to end what has otherwise been a fairly disappointing Film Festival. Absolute gold. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Redux DVD Edition [53.28 MB]