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Action League
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: December 1998
Preview Upon the movies opening we are told, "Two races of beings have been fighting it out for four years in order to gain control of the local mining operation located on a planet called Tesh. One of the races' Presidents has been mortally wounded from an assassin's bullet; he represents the race of Fez Bots, the rarley violent and mostly diplomatic people. The assassin was hired by their enemies, the Mum Krufs, a mostly violent and rarley diplomatic people. The Fez Bots' President is on the way to the hospital as the movie opens. "I think that sums it up pretty nicely actually... The movie takes an interesting approach to movie making, by not using any scenery at all - just black background. Black everywhere. It is an organized prop affair! The action is fairly typical and slow - something you don't usually relate to Redwampa flick, but then again, this is a pretty old movie. Perhaps one for those diehard Wampa fans.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Action League [1.68 MB]
Action League 2
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: January 1999
Preview After the defeat of the Fez Bot forces, the Mum Krufs enslaved them for five years. But Lord Mum Kruf has begun to develop ideas a little above his station. His army crumbles and the Fez Bot slaves attempt to escape. This second part to the movie is considerably better than the first and it actually makes use of some proper scenery this time. It's still pretty rubbish though.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Action League 2 [1.63 MB]
Ghost in the Shell
Directed by: Redwampa, Spencer Crabb
Released: October 2003
Preview After over two years in the works Ghost In A Shell (GITS) is finally here. To be honest, I often doubted it's completion. Redwampa & Spencer Crabb have finished their epic joint-venture movie set one year after the events in the original anime. With a runtime of around an hour, I think credit needs to be given to the directors dedication and consistency of quality throughout. Don't be put off by the long runtime because you'll quite happily watch it all the way through in one go, it really is that good. In every aspect, this movie excels itself. The music was overall fitting and often enjoyable. The dialogue was well written, and performed by some of the community's greatest voice actors. It all looks and moves beautifully too, creating an excellent mood. One of the best directed and executed movies in a long time. Fantastic job.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Ghost in the Shell [29.78 MB]
Ghost in the Shell Preview
Directed by: Redwampa, Spencer Crabb
Released: October 2001
Preview The scenery was the first thing that struck me about this movie. It has very detailed and well animated places. The preview seemed more like a teaser, but it was well thought out and compiled of almost professional quality. If you are looking for an example of how to do an amazing teaser, then look no further. I simply cannot wait for this movie.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Ghost in the Shell Preview [662 KB]
NUTS 1
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: January 2000
Preview An obsolete classic, and back in the day of it's release nothing short of breathtaking in terms of style and technique. A very detailed and well directed movie here. The movie is entirely made up of polygons - including the characters, allowing characters to portray facial expressions, which have been used to great effect. The movies is about a group of squirrels, who live in harmony with each other, and enjoy life. Everything is fine, until man, with dog by his side, enter the forest with one thing on their mind - hunting... The movie becomes extremely emotional, and you become strongly involved with the storyline and characters. The movie has an excellent sound track, and chipmunk style voices which are very fitting. Fabulous! Download now.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
NUTS 1 [5.35 MB]
NUTS 2
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: June 2000
Preview Redwampa's second installment of the NUTS movies. This movie picks up from where the first movie ended, and to great effect. The movie itself however, seems to have a very different feel about it. It doesn't have the same dramatic feel and feels much more like a real movie. Just as good as the first though, so again, a definite download. Utterly brilliant. Oh, and also look out for NUTS 3...!
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
NUTS 2 [11.65 MB]
NUTS 3
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: August 2005
Preview Lots of exiting things have happened in 2005. Aaron Haynes announced he was remaking the Vlarion series, Brad Ross returned to the community to continue his 3dmm work and now the idol of 3dmmers everywhere, Redwampa returns to the Bulletin Board and presents us with the movie we have all been waiting for for 5 years. Nuts 1 and 2 are first-class-classics and are two of the greatest movies ever conceived in 3dmm. Ever since their release in 2000, it is not secret that we have all been eagerly awaiting the third instalment in the series, but since Redwampa left after releasing 'Ghost in the Shell' in 2003 I guess we all thought the movie would never see the light of day. Now in the middle of 2005, six days before the 2005 Summer Film Festival, Redwampa comes out of nowhere and slaps us in the face with the release of Nuts 3. Bad news though, it's unfinished, and barely half the film was ever completed. It's dissapointing, yet exiting. One thing from Redwampa that you can always count on for never failing in his movies is the animation. Another; scenery. Even though nothing has changed really since we saw the 'Forest Attack clip' included with 'Ghost in the Shell', it is still rock-solid. As well as the usual Nuts trademarked forests and tree tops, new locations have been excellently crafted and even more diversification to this intricate series. The bulk of animation is tied up in the forest attack scene where, obviously the majority of production efforts were focused. Redwampa also introduced a whole new set of facial expressions for the squirrels. Fear, anger, sadness and fatigue make a debut. Expressions are particularly hard to do in 3dmm, but Redwampa managed to pull everything off using what could be classed as a set of old-fashioned techniques. Talking about techniques, Redwampa has also managed to creatively produce some astonishing effect using nothing but the bare-bones. Recapping the story so far, Nuts 1 saw the giants coming to the forest and tooking the squirrels mother and Guya went after them. Nuts 2 developed the plot into something thicker - the story gained a little more substance, and now Nuts 3 has evolved it further still, stretching Redwampa's imagination to great lengths. Overall this is definitely a movie to remember. I only wished that Redwampa could have checked 3dmm Disscusion before releasing this. Then he could have entered this in the Film Fest - that would have really been something - direct competition with 'Vlarion', 'Derelict', '5DMM' and 'Mean Bread'. Still, this was a tremendously exiting movie, right up until the 'end'. Redwampa kindly included the script as part of the package, so you can always read what would have happened next... We thought Redwampas magic had ended with 'Ghost in the Shell', we were all wrong. It ends here. Review by Ben Rice and Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
NUTS 3 [27.82 MB]
NUTS 3 (unfinished scenes)
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: Unknown
Preview A brilliant piece here from Redwampa (obviously) showing he is capable of everything that Pikios can do and more. The camera angles are perfection with cinematic style and slick scenery, the animation is smooth and detailed. The focus effect took my breath away and the plot was well throughout and pleasing. It is another excellent addition to the NUTS series and I hope it is finished.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
NUTS 3 (unfinished scenes) [1.23 MB]
NUTS Series Preview
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: May 2003
Preview NUTS, Redwampa's classic 3dmm series was recently brought 'closure' with the release of NUTS 3 (unfinished). Now that Redwampa has retired, I guess you the ending of the saga will be upto your imagination. This preview of the entire series (including episodes which will sadly never see the light-of-day) was released a couple of years ago. A brilliantly fitting theme song, brilliant animated scenery and the trademarked squirrel characters with their o-so-fluid movements - typical Redwampa fashion. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
NUTS Series Preview [3.46 MB]
Redwampa Meets Pikios
Directed by: Adrian Pikios, Redwampa
Released: September 2002
Preview Tragically, this is and never will be finished. This is probably the most magical, emotional and moving movie experience ever created in 3dmm. Something that only Redwampa and Pikios could create in collaboration. It's these feelings that make this movie so unique. You FEEL involved. You FEEL attached. You FEEL emotion. Everything is superb. The music, animation, characters, scenery, everything. If only it could have been finished, because the way this was going, it could have been up there in the best 3 Movie Maker movies ever. Even if it is unfinished this is unmissable - when it ends, you'll feel as if you are about to cry. Spellbinding.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Redwampa Meets Pikios [3.88 MB]
Redwampa's Movie History
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: August 2002
Preview It's made by Redwampa - you know its going to be great. Another excellent movie showing clips from all of the movies he has created in chronological order. The music is well chosen and the clips are satisfying and informative. It shows what a brilliant catalogue of movies he has made and will make you want to watch at least one of them again. Very well put together and a definite download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Redwampa's Movie History [5.36 MB]
Showdown, The
Directed by: Adrian Pikios, Redwampa
Released: March 2001
Preview Starting off from Will Maltby's "Bulletin Board Vigilante" ended (which you might want to watch before this), comes this stunning epic movie from Adrian Pikios and Redwampa. It explodes into something excellent from the initial outset. As you would expect from Pikios and Redwampa, emotion is what they want you to feel; the deliberate lack of sound effects increases the emotional impact, aided by the strong character base and dramatic music. It's when you watch movies like these, that you feel proud - honored even - that you belong to a community such as the 3D Movie Making one. It's breathtakingly moving and a damn good watch that you most certainly don't wanna miss.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Showdown, The [6.19 MB]
Snowman, The
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: December 2001
Preview Another absolute classic from Redwampa. When 'The Top Hat Killer' mass murderer is issued with the death sentance, he swears he'll be back. The guard incharge of the electric chair clean up takes the killers iconic and infamous tophat home as a momento. However, he carelessly looses it to the wind. The wind carries the tophat far away, where a girl stumbles across it. Little does she know that the hat is horribly cursed, bewitching anythingit is placedon. The spirt of 'The Top Hat Killer' lives on within the snowman that the young girl placed the hat, working in much the same way as Snake's 'evil hair' in one of the Simpson's Treehouse of Horror episodes.) It's a simple, yet fantasicly portrayed plot. The movie has it all for all you action junkies; guns, blood, police raids and helicopers. The movie is song driven, with the exception to the introduction. As with all Redwampa movies, the animation is superb and the scenery is gorgeous. An absolute MUST download.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Snowman, The [4.81 MB]
Spice Girls 1: Return to the Living
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: April 1999
Preview Redwampa's Pre-NUTS classics that hold the Redwampian charm that captivates everyone who watches it. The story is that the pop group, the Spice Girls have died, and people are trying a desperate attempt to bring them back... but is their danger in their adventure? Okay, so it sounds cheap. Big whup. Within this 3dmm file is one of the most eerie horrors of 3dmm, of which you will not want to miss. Download now!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Spice Girls 1: Return to the Living [3.86 MB]
Spice Girls 2: Revenge on the Living
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: June 1999
Preview The Spice Girls legacy continues, and let me tell you that the improvements to this sequel could not be better. With the introduction of more custom scenery, more characters and a whole new scenario of evil, this grisly horror adventure still remains some of Red's finest work to date. It becomes apparent to the world that the Spice Girls have returned, and are extracting their revenge upon the living world, starting with our main hero's very own son. With humor, randomness, escapades, violence, mutiny, terror and confusing philosophical context at every corner, Spice Girls 2 will live on your desktop for years to come.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Spice Girls 2: Revenge on the Living [2.24 MB]
Spice Girls 3: The Final Invasion
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: January 2000
Preview Okay, let's get one thing straight. I'm a Redwampa bitch. If you asked me who my favourite director was of all time, I'd say Redwampa. But it's not without good reason. Spice Girls 3, the conclusion to the admirable horror-adventure series, may not be the best of the series, like all second sequels, but my gosh, it's not something to be sniffed at. Like all Redwampa films, it's not much of an up-to-date movie, with rather sub-par animation and scenery in our present day, so it might not have as much appeal nowadays as it did then, and I have to say Red's choice in music is a little... odd (Britney Spears for a confrontation scene? You've gotta be kidding me) although it works well when you actually watch it. Redwampa's horror directive is also very spit and polished, with his own ingenious 'corpse' techniques and his way of surpassing the supernatural with special effects. You might not be scared, but this film puts you where it wants you - on the edge. Hey, you know what? I'm giving this movie a 9/10. It's a classic. You can't knock its spirit. It's got the oomph, the mojo, what the french call... something. So download this timepiece of 3dmm history without hesitation. I assure you it'll be worth it.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Spice Girls 3: The Final Invasion [9.13 MB]
Toilet Humor
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: January 2000
Preview A piece of classic 3dmm history, but in comparison, just doesn't compare to part duex. The scenery was good enough for it's day and Redwampa cleverly came up with some clever quirks to hide the fact that he had basically been lazy with it in places. My favorite was when, "Lack of scenery due to budget cuts" was printed on the screen. Sound-wise the movie was ok'ish - Star War is an obvious favorite - but I found that I was struggling to hear the characters voices lots of the time. The mindless 'comedy' got a little tiresome after a while and the fact that I found it hard to understand what people were saying made it even worse. Saying that though, the Star war invasion was very well done with some nice special effects. If you haven't seen either of the 2 movies in this series, then it is strongly recommend that you star with this one.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Toilet Humor [8.02 MB]
Toilet Humor 2
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: September 2001
Preview In short; this is a simply fantastic movie. It's the closest I've seen any 3dmm movie get to the feel and atmosphere of real films. From the outset it starts well with a lively and comedic 'Jaws' parody, and then proceeds into the main movie. This movie is very much a sequel to 'Toilet Humor' and so it is pretty much essential that you have seen that before this as you will get alot more out of it. Like in the first installment, there were a couple of sound syncing issues. To be fair though, this isn't Redwampa's fault. Computers have got a lot faster since this movie was made and now, especially with the arrival of XP, this problem is even more so apparent. But regardless of these little niggles there are actually no other real flaws with the movie. The scenery and animation is of what you expect from Redwampa: perfect, and it still has the best motorbike scene of any 3dmm movie. I think it's fair to say that this is certainly one of the best movies ever. There's no question about it, everyone should 'own' this movie.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Toilet Humor 2 [16.47 MB]