Action Force 1
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: January 2000
Preview A classic series, which is quite an olde now-a-days (ahh... prepubescent veterans). Basically a cop movie spoof but it is done extremely well and the jokes are genuinely funny. The end quote makes me laugh every time - you'll have to watch the movie to find out what it is. It's starting to show its age now, visually can technically - the quality of the mic is pretty poor. Nevertheless, a classic. Review by Will Cheyney.

Here we have a very old, but very funny movie. It really reflects how movies were back in the days of Maltby making EE and DD. Pointless action, and funny jokes. In this movie, they beat, torture and kill a wrongly accused blind man. If you find that funny, then this movie is for you, you sick bastard. Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Action Force 1 [1.35 MB]
Action Force 2
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: January 2000
Preview The second Action Force flick. Shorter than the first, the Action Force are back to provide us with more comedy. A gung ho hero who saves a boy from suicide using his own unique style. I think for people watching these movies for the first time today, they just won't have the same charm that they used to. Silly yet hilarious. Review by Will Cheyney.

This is the second addition to the old Action Force series, and a big improvement from the first. Although it is mostly default scenes, the sound aspect is pretty well done. The humor in this is pretty much on the same level as the first, but executed well. You start to get a better feel for the characters, and their personalities. Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 6/10 Download
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Action Force 3
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: March 2000
Preview A bit of a disappointment in comparison to the rest of the series. It appears as through Rhys ran (Haha! Get it... Rhys... ran... ) out of inspiration. However, the movie is still pretty good and very funny in parts. Ever since this episode I have been looking forward to the Action Force: The Movie, but after so many years I don't actually think it will ever come out. Review by Will Cheyney.

I found this episode hilarious when I was twelve. And even still, I think it's the funniest of all. It's short, looks like shit, and gives me a headache. But what movie wasn't like that in 1999? This movie had it's day. Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 5/10 Download
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Action Force 4
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: June 2002
Preview The 4th (and final - apart from the xmas special I suppose) in the series. Again, standards slipped a little more, making this a bit more of a disappointment at the time. It's alot more linear compared to the previous 3, and theses a lot more talking. It does have it's moments, mind. As always, the storyline is pathetic, but I suppose this is an earlyish PAM. The biggest problem I found was that the vast majority had a server lacking of background music, making it feel a tad lifeless. Review by Will Cheyney.

This action force is different from the rest. I sensed a plot. A plot that wasn't resolved with an ending, only brought about by a beginning and middle. Were there jokes in this episode? I couldn't tell. It was so ridiculously hard to follow it made me sick. I didn't know movie could get so bad. This series should have been kept short and stupid. Review by Patrick Bernardo.

Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Action Force 4 [2.21 MB]
Action Force: Xmas Special
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: December 2000
Preview More of the same in this was a special Xmas addition to the Action Force series - except for the tinsel. As always, the voices are quiet and shitty sounding, and the animation is a little simple. The movie has quite an apparent 'rushed' feeling to it (Rhys did admit to this in the credits). Lot's of people get shot, and it's quite unoriginal, but it's ok if you just want a little old skool entertainment.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Action Force: Xmas Special [1.44 MB]
Bulletin Board Commando, The
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: January 2001
Preview No, no, no, no, NO. What is this? Terrorists are taking over the 3dmm Bulletin Board and only a MAN IN A HELICOPTER (unsurprisingly the director) can save them. What a load of tripe. Even the action was pretty below-par. A nice little effort for drama and action, but it fails in both. You can't make a thought-provoking movie about people trying to blow up a website. It's just not possible. Please, find something else. This movie's not worth it. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Bulletin Board Commando, The [1.82 MB]
Highway 57
Directed by: Rhys Halliwell
Released: November 1999
Preview This film lives up to the hype and is a nice concise horror movie. It's a serious movie and does very well considering the limitations of 3D movie maker. I think the preview gave too much away though which spoilt the movie a little. It still stands as one of the best examples of 'horror' in 3D Movie Maker.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Highway 57 [1.31 MB]