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Vampire on Hunt Preview
Directed by: Nick BR
Released: December 2000
Preview The animation is mostly very simple stuff indeed. Its about a vampire's mission to destroy the evil around him. Why? It doesn't explain. Very simple sound effect's that don't give any kind of atmosphere at all. Some screaming, some way too soft narration. A reasonable though not brilliant MIDI forms the soundtrack. Lacks a "wow factor" so doesn't really want to make you see the movie.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Vampire on Hunt Preview [79 KB]
Very v3dmm Halloween, A
Directed by: Tom Bown
Released: October 2004
Preview Here we have a short by Thomas Bown. This is an example of how v3dmm shouldn't be used, just throwing in models for the sake of throwing them in. This movie presents us with a character we know nothing about, and learn nothing about. The character, who has no name, then tries to avoid expansions. You can tell that Thomas but little to no effort into this movie, and it should have never been released.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Very v3dmm Halloween, A [8.31 MB]
Veteran
Directed by: Tom Bown
Released: August 2004
Preview This offering from the Film Festival comes from our very own Tom Bown! It's a slightly confusing 'drama' short apparently about the lives of two people after a shocking event occurs. I guess this is a fairly accurate description but I interpreted the story in slightly different way. As I saw it, the movie depicts the story of a father and a son who were obviously at some point in the past separated. The movie shows you both of the characters feelings and thoughts. The father feels extreme guilt and regret, whereas the son has a strong hatred for his father. He has convinced himself that his father deserted him (we aren't told the circumstances), to such an extent that he takes it upon himself to end his fathers life. It runs quite smoothly for the majority, but some parts are just a little too hazy. Tom's animation and directing skills have greatly improved and the overall 'build' quality of this is very good. Nice use of the expansion pack too. The accompanying, mood setting music was good, and all dialogue was handled through text. Overall, a nice attempt at what has proven to be one of the most challenging genres to attempt in 3dmm.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Veteran [807 KB]
Videogame NIghtmare
Directed by: Michael Belfance
Released: January 2003
Preview Classic movie. It's about Mike (the director) and his friend getting sucked into a videogame world and then having to fight their way through their favorite games. Simple enough, works well and was a hit back when it was released. Download.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Videogame NIghtmare [2.64 MB]
Videogame NIghtmare 2
Directed by: Michael Belfance
Released: November 2003
Preview Fantastic - I like how these movies are done. Each scene is based on a different console game and real sampled sounds and music are used from each game to accompany the on-screen action. Once again Justin and Mike get sucked into the videogame world where they have to battle their way through various famous game scenarios, meeting a host of household characters along their way. The directors have done a fantastic job capturing the unique feeling for each game - I own most of the games included and I could instantly recognise which scenes were supposed to be resembling what. The animation is a little iffy in places but on the whole good. The movie was a little too slow for my liking and could have been cut down in places to keep the viewers interest going. Overall, this is a well put-together movie that is defiantly worth a watch, even more so if you've seen the original. Review by Will Cheyney.

Stolen sounds from just about every movie Justin and Mike are fans of? Check. Average scenery and animation? Check. Numerous references to, among other things, the WTDA series and Toad from the Mario series being a Nazi? Check.?Home to some of the funniest scenes in 3dmm history, hilarious characters, and some excellent spoofs? Check.?The 2003 sequel to the old 1998 classic, VGN2 involves the directors, Mike and Justin, once again being sucked into the videogame world, to face the Videogame Master. It may sound a little silly... and hell, it is... but the humour, while immature, is still damn good. The Team Rocket scene is perhaps one of the funniest things I've ever heard ("Six? That's a pretty GAY number!"), while Justin ALWAYS dying never seems to get old.?What's weird is that while the movie steals sounds and ideas from multiple films and TV shows (The Matrix, Simpsons, Austin Powers and Evil Dead, to name a few.), it never seems like a rip-off. Indeed, most of the time they add their own twist to it. Where else would you see the Matrix lobby scene with the advert music for Mentos in the background??As is to be expected of Mike and Justin, they never stop making fun of themselves, or of the movie. Justin gets shot, blown up, and mutilated multiple times, but still comes back for more, and there are plenty of jokes about the film, for instance the character changing with Mario and Yoshi.?Something slightly strange is that they could have made the movie more epic. Bigger fight scenes, a longer ending battle, but no. They chose to make it just as stupid as before, and I personally think it's a better for it. Justin and Mike aren't the kind of directors who could make a movie that wasn't incredibly silly, and I don't want them to be.?I haven't seen this movie talked about in a while, and it's a damn shame that such a funny, silly, spectacular movie should be ignored. If you haven't seen this, watch it. That's all there is to it. Review by Tom Bown.

Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Videogame NIghtmare 2 [11.47 MB]
Vile
Directed by: Ian Livingstone
Released: February 2001
Preview This is the first film I've received from this director and I'm sure he's going to become quite good judging from this. This is part one of what will be a fantasy/sci-fi series. Its story is about a 25 year old cop named Joseph Laculis and an ancient evil creature known as Vile. Soon, Vile begins destroying humanity and it's up to Joseph to save the day.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Vile [2.26 MB]
Vile 2
Directed by: Ian Livingstone
Released: February 2001
Preview The movie carries on from the first one. It contained some pretty good animation some of the way through it, and well it really didn't improve on its prequel - just more of the same. Again, not bad.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Vile 2 [1.90 MB]
Vile 3
Directed by: Ian Livingstone
Released: March 2001
Preview The movie started off with poor animation, but it did eventually got a little better. The use of MIDIs was not too good, and the plot was pretty boring and confusing at times. Not in the series. The Matrix style fight scene was pretty good, but again not the best. A pretty average movie, which was weaker that its prequels.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Vile 3 [1.49 MB]
Vlarion
Directed by: Aaron Haynes
Released: June 2000
Preview Quite a nice movie this, it does have some scenes that come with 3dmm in it inspired from RPG games such as Final Fantasy. Occasional slow moments are made up for by great battle scenes and though there is no speech, the animation is good and the soundtrack terrific. The best no-speech movie I have ever seen. Marvelous ideas with a touch of inspiration from games like Final Fantasy. It also comes with three wonderful fonts. Worth the download
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Vlarion [896 KB]
Vlarion 2
Directed by: Aaron Haynes
Released: August 2000
Preview A very well-planned movie with a good story and animation. However, the use of premade scenes and text boxes bring down the final mark (only very slightly though). Despite that, Vlarion is a very interesting, if Final Fantasy inspired, series.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Vlarion 2 [1.01 MB]
Vlarion 3
Directed by: Aaron Haynes
Released: August 2000
Preview gain, a very well-planned movie with a good story and animation. However, the use of premade scenes and text boxes bring down the final mark (only very slightly though). Despite that, Vlarion is a very interesting, if Final Fantasy inspired, series.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Vlarion 3 [1.27 MB]
Vlarion 4
Directed by: Aaron Haynes
Released: August 2000
Preview The best part out of the series so far. A very well-planned movie with a good story and animation. However, the use of premade scenes and text boxes bring down the final mark (only very slightly though). Despite that, Vlarion is a very interesting, if Final Fantasy inspired, series.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Vlarion 4 [1.44 MB]
Voodoo Dick
Directed by: Jeremy Dick
Released: June 2001
Preview This is only a little joke movie, but - Waha - it made me laugh. I'm not going to say anything about the plot without giving the whole thing away, but it's very clever and witty for such a little short. Worth a peek. Review by Will Bamber.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Voodoo Dick [564 KB]