Aftermath: Redux
Directed by: Leigh McDonald, Gustave
Released: June 2002
Preview This is Lmac's pisstake on Gustave's movie Aftermath, made all the way back in 2002. I've never seen the original movie, but apparently it was shit. Anyway, this wasn't that great either. I didn't really get what was going on. It didn't seem to have a point like Pogo's spoofs, it was more like "lol this movie sucks lolol". However, I did laugh a couple of times, and the scenery was good, so I'll give this a slightly higher score then I would usually give a movie like this. Review by Tom Bown.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Aftermath: Redux [1.88 MB]
Bin's Bintastic Adventure, The
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: July 1999
Preview The whole idea of a strangely shaped little thing going around causing random acts of mischief is just plain... silly. The whole idea of making a movie from this idea is... silly. So what do you think the film itself will end up being? You got me there. "The Bin's Bintastic Adventure" is an old 3D movie which does have alot of old 3D movie making techniques making it dated, but it has its funny moments now and then. However, since it doesn't really seem to have a real story, its random silliness is what saves it from just being a poorly made film. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
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Bin's Revenge, The
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: July 1999
Preview Four kids find a flying saucer crashed while exploring. It isn't until one of the kids foolishly goes back to explore the inside that it's revealed that the Bin intends not to cause mischief this time, but destruction. Unlike the last movie featuring the Bin, the animation is very much improved. However, unlike the last film, this one seems to focus on a more precise style of humor rather than a random one. And this time, there is a story. But this film does have it's share of flaws like some characters in this movie don't have voice actors but uses text boxes instead, custom scenes tend to lack certain elements to make it feel complete, and the animation tends to be a bit choppy at times. Even so, the film is a vast improvement over the last. Though this film isn't perfect, it still turns out to be a better and more humorous sequel. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Bin's Revenge, The [2.27 MB]
Get a Way
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: January 1999
Preview This movie takes the term 'slow paced' to a whole new level. This movie is so slow that for a short while I could've sworn it started going backwards. It really is that incredibly nail-bitingly boring indeed. It has one or two badly-animated, poorly-constructed scenes of extreme action (Well, extreme relative to the non-action) but that doesn't nearly make up for the annoyingly tedious nature of this movie. The squeamy little asexual voice acting didn't exactly help matters either. Avoid. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Get a Way [1.97 MB]
Leigh the Vampire Slayer
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: February 1999
Preview An extremely old skool movie about a vampire slayer sent to kill Dracula. That old chestnut. It aint anything special at all. Default scenery, boring animation and all that stuff. Not worth watching to be honest, but a fitting movie considering the season. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Leigh the Vampire Slayer [702 KB]
New Movie, A
Directed by: Leigh McDonald
Released: March 2003
Preview LOL! AHAHA - I actually laughed out loud when watching this! Purposely following all the traits of a bad movie, such as annoying fanfares, rubbish animation, random events, crappy voices and awful sound synchronization, Leigh has created an instant comedy classic. Download now!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
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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]