Number of Movies: 13
Number of Winning Movies: 1
Average Rating Received: 4.73

Number of Movies Reviewed: 279
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 62
Average Rating Given: 4.59
Movies Released by AnotherNewDawn
UnSub Horror
Winning Movie
*** THIS FILM IS INTENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES *** ***** IF YOUR REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS, PLEASE SAY SO AT THE TOP OF YOUR POST!!! ***** A little tale about a man with two jobs... with Goof...
posted January 26, 2008
Stir 5 - The End Action
"Stir" is a five-part death row drama, following events surrounding the life, arrest, incarceration, and execution of Roland Wayne Green. Roland's story is fiction. The death penalty is not. We take... posted November 18, 2007
Stir 4 - The Abyss Action
*** "Stir" contains some adult language and themes and is not intended for audiences under 16 *** * IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU WATCH THE PRIOR INSTALLMENTS OF THIS SERIES PRIOR TO WATCHING THI... posted March 12, 2007
Stir 4 - The Abyss Action Not Rated
*** "Stir" contains some adult language and themes and is not intended for audiences under 16 *** * IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU WATCH THE PRIOR INSTALLMENTS OF THIS SERIES PRIOR TO WATCHING THI... posted March 12, 2007
Just Trying to Help Comedy
** "Just Trying to Help" contains adult themes and salty language - deal with it ** Drama, intrigue, explosions, mayhem, livestock, hardware, and bizarre romance ---- this one's got it all!!! This ... posted March 7, 2007
Stir - Interlude Action
*** "Stir" contains some adult language and themes and is not intended for audiences under 16 *** ** This is NOT a Stunts-and-Effects film - all footage was filmed prior to S&E - only the rain is an ... posted July 21, 2006
Ku Klux Klowns Comedy
100+ Sound Effects (mixed The Movies, home foley, and stock sounds) 50+ Music Tracks (phrases) from CDNet Free Music Download Trio Con Brio - Brahms Hungarian Dance 5 70 Hours of Production Now, be... posted June 17, 2006
Stir 2 Action
"Stir" is a five-part death row drama, following events surrounding the life, arrest, incarceration, and execution of Roland Wayne Green. Roland's story is fiction. The death penalty is not. ______... posted May 11, 2006
Stir Action
"Stir" is a five-part death row drama, following events surrounding the life, arrest, and execution of Roland Wayne Green. Roland's story is fiction. The death penalty is not. We take no stance her... posted April 23, 2006
Killers - Chapter One (Updated) Action
The end of Detective Benjamin Burke's life began the day the boy went missing... _____ PRELUDE: In this continuing series, former police officer and now private investigator Benjamin Burke is a w... posted February 26, 2006
The Ascension of King George Action
A dash of imagination, a pinch of artistic license, and a peek into a possible leader's past? Pay no attention to the men behind the curtain! Long live the King! (Names have been changed to protect... posted February 25, 2006
The Ascension of King George Action Not Rated
The sophomore effort from 1000 Yard Stare Studios... Use a little imagination, add a dash of artistic license, and peek back at the early days... Pay no attention to the men behind the curtain... L... posted February 25, 2006
Killers - Chapter One Action
The end of Detective Benjamin Burke's life began the day the boy went missing... After Burke had come to believe that his life no longer held purpose... He found a question worth asking again: Is... posted February 22, 2006
Movies Reviewed by AnotherNewDawn
Around Noon by MefuneAkira Comedy
Only MefuneAkira and L.M.A.O. can take the unfunniest mother cker in four territories and make me laugh - out loud - at his antics throughout the film. Comedy ain't easy, and comedic timing is a gif... reviewed July 10, 2008
time of the dead by bezzer36 Horror
Bez is back, back, back. I hop on the forums to see what's what, looking for a few good films, and I see your thread. I turn to my lady and say out loud, "Oh, sweet, Bez has a new film out." Out lo... reviewed July 8, 2008
a tree in autumn by trewill7 Horror
Congratulations, Trewill. I can't thank you enough for coming to me with this beautiful terror. With this role, that of Prufrock, and Dignity's Interrogator, I have the contenders for my top three f... reviewed July 6, 2008
XXIV XXI - Tape 1 by trewill7 Horror
Tape 2, pretty please with sugar on it, and that right quick. Since I don't see a first-person-camera driven film as ANY of the impediments or labels that many reviewers have offered (though I agree ... reviewed June 28, 2008
Infested! Part 3 by rysto Action
EPIC TMO filmmaking. Let me say it again - EPIC. Rysto, your desire, dedication, and discipline in committing a year of your life to this film is evident, and I am duly impressed. An outstanding TM... reviewed June 28, 2008
Sheriff Rooney 4 A new deputy by yeagmaster Comedy
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The subversive genius is back. Came online in a bad mood, came over to keep a promise at Yeag's pad, and whattayaknow, before I know it, I'm laughing. (I knew it) First word out of Jose's mouth mad...
reviewed June 7, 2008
Rain (Teaser 1) by MefuneAkira Romance
Ooooooo... pretty. PM on release, please. Oh, wait, I'm in this - guess I'll know when it's coming out... Mefune, you are a mother king badass. A_N_D reviewed June 4, 2008
Hated by sparky1512 Romance
For the simple fact that the film made me, in turns, amused, intrigued, reflective, introspective, and then angry enough to want to punch someone in the f ing face... you get high marks. Your film ... reviewed May 22, 2008
XXIV XXI - Teaser by trewill7 Horror
Sweeeet trailer. I'm the least thing in it, outshined by Goofparade (curses, foiled again) - just as it should be. All of the necessary prep that would normally arrive in a press kit is included in ... reviewed May 22, 2008
15 Second Movie (excluding credits) by josephkw Comedy
Joseph, Joseph, Joseph - How do you make a 15-second film that's all function instead of just fashion? For what it is - it's perfect. A_N_D reviewed April 30, 2008
Infested! SUPER Teaser by rysto Action
Siiiiiick mod. A_N_D reviewed April 20, 2008
The Hitman Strikes by sparky1512 Action
Very pretty visuals, custom overlays, and some really 'wow' freecam, angles, and perspective shots. Check. Great voicework, deadpan deliveries, impassioned pleas, and hilarious punchlines alike. C... reviewed March 30, 2008
Dark Obsession part B by Lethal_Entertainment Romance
Viewers, if this is the first film that you have ever seen by Sisch, don't read this. Full stop. Redirect your browser. Go right now and watch everything else this lady still has online. Watch the... reviewed March 28, 2008
Dark Obsession Part A by Lethal_Entertainment Romance
I can't hear you over the sound of how awesome you are, Sisch. More on PT II. reviewed March 28, 2008
The Many Loves of Caviar A Bellasante by thebiz Romance
Self-reverential, smarmy, and completely irrelevant... which, when watching a BizBit (trademarked, patent pending), is a very good thing. :) A_N_D reviewed March 27, 2008
In the Cover of Darkness by MefuneAkira Comedy
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Okay, here it is. As usual, this is genius on a number of levels... MefuneAkira is a [play nice now!]ing genius. There - I said it. Watch out for the rapidly swelling head (and too bad, but the gu...
reviewed March 14, 2008
Infidelitas by trewill7 Horror
Being that I am the lead in this film, anything I say will come across as terribly biased... so I have this to say about that right up front: Too [oh please!]ing bad. I'm going to call this one jus... reviewed March 4, 2008
Re Your Brains by Jonathan Coulton by nahton Comedy
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I usually HATE TMO music videos, but goddayum - how can you not fall in love with this? This was just freaking brilliant in thought, word, deed, and execution - technical issues never even crossed my...
reviewed March 2, 2008
King Sugar Trailer 1 by jase180 Comedy
Had me giggling from the opening frames... Who says Jase180 can't do funny? Can't wait to see this one! A_N_D reviewed February 25, 2008
Industry 101 Sound Contest - Sisch by sisch Horror
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Excellent work, Sisch. Great job of establishing mood and tone in each installment. Sorry we couldn't score you a few more competitors of your stature! Very nice work, and a superb example of how m...
reviewed February 23, 2008
SOLA FIDE (By Faith Alone) by jase180 Horror
Along with Trewill7's "Infidelitas", this is one of my top two winners in the Last Rites competition. Firmly rooted in a very-possible-future Last Rites universe, "Sola Fide" is simply gorgeous, visu... reviewed February 18, 2008
Monks Cuckoo Bird Comedy Sketch Show by themonkthemonk Comedy
Five stars of entertainment value for sure, and as far as all of the technical details, nothing leaped out at me as anything less than hard work to produce the best possible product within the confine... reviewed February 11, 2008
CAPITOL Initiation by AlexBradley Sci-Fi
"CAPITOL - Initiation" is the best filmm, overall, that I have yet seen on TMO, and one that so clearly DEMANDED its place in my bookmarks that I wish I could bookmark it twice. I will not give up a... reviewed February 9, 2008
ZOMBIE HITLERS from HELL trailer by tsunamidog Horror
look, kids, I love Tsunamidog, and the Bean Cup, and I wanted desparately to like this trailer, especially when I saw that it had climbed quickly to the #1 spot on the horror charts. I have seen hu... reviewed February 5, 2008
Mind Reading Bob by Deehouse Horror
*** THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS - PLEASE DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THE FILM *** Welcome, DeeHouse, to TMO movie-making! First and foremost, I can see from your studio page that you are fair... reviewed January 28, 2008
Last Rites - Amen by kuroken Horror
Finally, I sat down and watched all four films in a row. Worth every minute. Putting forth the required effort to make one good TMO film is tough enough - to make four of them in seven weeks, well..... reviewed January 24, 2008
Infested! Trailer Two by rysto Action
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Neato! For those too young to remember, I have one word: "Them!" (look it up - 1954) Looking eagerly forward to see a finished product, Rysto - this one looks like fun. And many thanks for the qu...
reviewed January 22, 2008
Bombshelter-Part1 by jase180 Action
Outfreakingstanding work. Just outfreakingstanding. Such atmosphere, such grand and wide open spaces, such subtle touches in sound design and music (big, big ups to Emerald), such delightful, crackl... reviewed January 12, 2008
Kayna by Rik_Vargard Action
Ridiculously original, and certainly like nothing I've ever seen on TMO before - the amazing amount of creativity on display here alone should net the film five stars. However, I was thrown off (way ... reviewed January 1, 2008
To TMO or Not To TMO by rileyman Comedy
SO much custom work on display here, but all in context and used with a delicious sense of irony. You already had five stars before Dulci and Sisch appeared onscreen and made me laugh out loud (alway... reviewed December 30, 2007
Et Spiritus Sancti by kuroken Horror
Still loving it, as the story draws in deeper and deeper.... Must be coming up to one hell of a conclusion, eh? Nudge-nudge, wink-wink. Jase continues to show that he actually can VO (no matter how... reviewed December 30, 2007
Et Fille by kuroken Horror
Best. Thumbnail. Ever. In all seriousness, Ken. I can't say it enough - sitting down to watch this in one viewing is what I'm looking forward to - the pacing is still the star as the overall story ... reviewed December 16, 2007
Apartment 4C by trewill7 Comedy
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Oh, my [naughty word!]ing aching belly, dude, that is the funniest goddamned six minutes I have spent in a long, long, while... While Trewill's obviously pathological fixation on lying, cheating ex-g...
reviewed December 16, 2007
In Nomine Patris by kuroken Horror
What the [bleep] happens next???? I want to know RIGHT NOW. I can't WAIT for another installment to get here 'eventually'. Bring it on NOW. TODAY. Pretty-please? Well, since that isn't going to ... reviewed December 9, 2007
Super Duper Uber GALAXY FORCE by MefuneAkira Comedy
Every bit as funny as the first time I saw it, and the second time, and the third time... With LMAO's proven track record, one really shouldn't be surprised at how many times this film will actually ... reviewed November 30, 2007
EXTINGUISHED by josephkw Sci-Fi
I am always proud to be associated with Joseph and his work. Continuing to round out a catalogue of amazing and thought-provoking films, Joseph does it again here, weaving outstanding visuals, stella... reviewed November 28, 2007
Inbreeding Cousins 2 by riott007 Comedy
I am in love with whatever is wrong with you, Oh Riotous One. Be my cousin? :) A_N_D reviewed November 25, 2007
Cleopatra (Part II)! by TheMGMKid1 Romance
This is why MGM is known around here for epic productions... massive production value, huge effort put into sets and scenery (and always an admirable attempt at authenticity, to boot, given this soft... reviewed November 22, 2007
The Germantican by Sleeves Comedy
Just a thing of beauty... So many humorous moments, so many clever asides, so much going on that you have to watch it three times to understand how much genius is on display here. Ah, Sleeves - so s... reviewed November 8, 2007
Chronicles of The Rift 2 (The Quest) by userjosh9874 Action
A Herculean effort on display here, melding huge set pieces, twisting and intersecting stories, and a multitude of characters... and it delivers. The film is not without the usual nitpicks; varying ... reviewed November 7, 2007
The Hand of Love by trewill7 Comedy
I would give a finger to meet your last girlfriend - she bent you, friend. :) Funny, though. A_N_D reviewed November 4, 2007
The Break-up Letter by trewill7 Comedy
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Okay, five stars for the t-shirts alone. And you know, come to think of it, I sure could have used an AK-47 when I broke up with my last girlfriend... The brick was so messy. And if any one wants t...
reviewed October 13, 2007
The Dead Cases Part1 by jase180 Action
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Of course, being a co-producer of sorts on this film, it was only right that I let others review it before I added my three clearly biased cents and possibly influenced opinions... Given that I have ...
reviewed September 14, 2007
Tainted Souls 4 - The Betrayal by jameseva Horror
By this point, the series is in full stride, and this episode feels a small (albeit complete on its own) part of the greater achievement. "Souls" rolls along swiftly here (though not as quickly as in... reviewed September 1, 2007
Tonight With Mark Train by k4ownzall Comedy
Around 20 years ago, I actually saw Hal Holbrook in person performing as Mark Twain here in the Bay Area, and was later fortunate enough to sing, dance, and act myself on that very same stage, in mult... reviewed August 5, 2007
May Flowers by josephkw Romance
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A romance? By JosephKW? Really? Oh, yes, really, and very much so. I will stay out of the discussion on this one and let others sing to you (because I may be just a liiiiitle bit biased - I love th...
reviewed July 29, 2007
Nothing by postmodernchuck Romance
Well, spank my ass and color me shocked. I had no idea that this film actually existed, nor that it was ever intended to. I remember these words, this role, this delivery; I remember Skyping with ... reviewed July 26, 2007
Wolves by Lethal_Entertainment Horror
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I know a secret, and it will stay between Sisch and I. Suffice it to say that this was a brilliant twist on an old notion and proof that Sisch is a strong and imaginative writer who isn't afraid to t...
reviewed July 24, 2007
Coming Soon With Trewill7 - Episode 1 by trewill7 Comedy
I finally got it - the thing that's intrigued me about this newcomer, this whippersnapper, this upstart visionary, Trewill7 - he's genuine and authentic, and he does this like it's old hat - like he'... reviewed July 16, 2007
Schröder88 by Lethal_Entertainment Action
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Now, that was fun, exactly as it was intended! I'll keep this brief, and avoid spoilers (I saw the end coming at 10:00, but that was okay - I was still interested in seeing how it played out, and I w...
reviewed July 14, 2007
The Deed of Midnight - Chp 1 - Trailer by trewill7 Action
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You guys ain't seen nothing yet. If this trailer is a nice, wholesome, fulfilling snack (and it is), then the full film is a five-course gourmet meal at a table set for kings. Tre has created an ama...
reviewed July 5, 2007
The Holy Visit by MefuneAkira Comedy
It's the mark of a kickass comedy studio when I am already giggling while the film is still loading. Zoop - AAAaaAaAaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhh Every single time - Mefune, you are one funny A_N_D reviewed July 4, 2007
The Deed of Midnight - Chp 1 - Full Trailer by trewill7 Action
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K4's got it right - you guys ain't seen nothing yet. If this trailer is a nice, wholesome, fulfilling snack (and it is), then the full film is a five-course gourmet meal at a table set for kings. Tr...
reviewed July 3, 2007
A Trembletts Dracula Teaser by tremblett Horror
Not much on display here beyond some nice mods, a few very nice camera moves (and some that were unnecessary), and some sweet sound effects. Never seen a vampire keep his coffin out in the rain...? ... reviewed June 29, 2007
The Adventures Of Woody And Sam by 6-headedmonster Comedy
Hilariously stupid, but I don't think I get the hidden message. ;) 6HM 4 F'ING PRESIDENT. A_N_D reviewed June 23, 2007
the Nature of Things by josephkw Comedy
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Sheer brilliance. ----------------- Dear TMO viewers, members and non-, stop before you start, let go of every preconcieved anime/animation/machinima/TMO software connotation/limitation you can thin...
reviewed June 18, 2007
FROG THING by kwistufa Horror
It's been a lot of fun to watch Kwis' skill progression over the last year and a half... His already impressive grasp of the bizarre has always fit the medium of this quirky little software - but loo... reviewed June 10, 2007
Tainted Souls 3 - The Other by jameseva Horror
Each installment better than the last, and locking me in for the next. Can't wait, James. You're doing very fine work here. A_N_D reviewed June 8, 2007
The God Illusion - Part 1 by JazzX Comedy
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Taken tongue-in-cheek or taken as "gospel", this film challenges and challenges and challenges. Anything this thought-provoking in a machinima film deserves five stars. I was born and raised with re...
reviewed June 2, 2007
Tribute to the Troops by Harb40 Action
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Though some people missed the point of this film entirely (and even dared go so far as to slander my country - reprehensible), this is a moving little film honoring America's war dead. And nothing mo...
reviewed May 30, 2007
Into the Shadow - Part 3 by sherwinliu Romance
Kate Lee is simply the best writer on the site. I bow, as we all should. My advice is this: Watch the entire catalogue (including the Decadent works), invest yourself in her stories (she makes that p... reviewed May 25, 2007
Blaster Card by DNR Comedy
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I have photos of Richie and his best man, too. A_N_D
reviewed May 22, 2007
The Dead Cases Final Teaser by jase180 Action
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Alright, that's it. That's just about enough pussyfooting around, my good man - just about the last appetizer I can stand before my watering mouth floods the room. Garcon! Being on the main course!...
reviewed May 20, 2007
A Day In Riotts Mind by riott007 Comedy
Demented and sad, but social... On purpose. Laugh-out loud funny (like every Riott experience)... Beer. Beer. Beer. Beer. Beeeer. Beer. reviewed May 19, 2007
Bill Dixon Motors by Goofparade Comedy
BWAHAHahahahhHAHAhahhahaaaaaaaa reviewed May 19, 2007
Suicide by micha83 Horror
Very intense collision of VO and visuals portraying the torment inside a sucidal mind - never been there, but I imagine that's pretty mch what it would look and feel like. ;) Well done. A_N_D reviewed May 8, 2007
Farmerman and the Turnips of Justice by josephkw Comedy
It was very difficult not to give stars out based on the message (four stars), and to instead give them for the film (five stars) - it was very difficult to separate the content from the delivery, but... reviewed May 6, 2007
The Hollow Dance - In The Name of Love by mixmasterfestus Action
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Holy Mother of Christ. Mix - You need a bigger budget, a crew, and a few tweaks so -extraordinarily small- that I'd have to watch this with you frame-by-frame to point them out. You just made a mov...
reviewed May 4, 2007
Knock Knock! by MefuneAkira Comedy
Okay, you made me laugh out loud, a distinct TMO rarity. I usually smirk, sometimes grin, and I've even been known on occasion to slightly chuckle, but you were having so much fun with the final line... reviewed May 3, 2007
Interstellar Odyssey (Part Two) by nukester Sci-Fi
I am bleeping speechless. And this is me talking here, the "ridiculously long review guy". Speechless. You need a better medium and a bigger budget and a crew and a camera, Nukester. TMO is too sm... reviewed April 27, 2007
Tainted Souls 2 - Hidden Truth by jameseva Horror
With JamesEva's "Tainted Souls I - Deaths Drs Dreams" having earned the first "A" grade on my very critical Honest Review thread, I came into this installment with high expectations. And check it out... reviewed April 26, 2007
ULTIMATE TMOer FINAL ENTRY by kwistufa Comedy
Everything Kwistufa produces is good. Let that be said right up front. You can always count on going to Kwistufa's film page on any given day, at any given time, watching any given movie, and coming ... reviewed April 26, 2007
in different worlds by josephkw_productions Comedy
WTF is wrong with you, Joseph? I don't think that's what Jesus would do. Fun, and fulfills its purpose - another Joseph joint I was happy to hit. A_N_D reviewed April 13, 2007
Just-Us League by gknight13 Action
That was very fun, and came recommended to me from Jase180. Go, Flasher, go! A_N_D reviewed April 6, 2007
the PASSAGE (episode 3) by josephkw Sci-Fi
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"Now that the characters and situations have all been introduced, the story truly begins." You better believe it... Plot, pacing, tone, and structure, not to mention effects, a solid cast, and very ...
reviewed March 30, 2007
New You Resort by Dulci Horror
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And to think, this was a film you had to put together very quickly for the competition! Very nice work here establishing the sinister tone, Dulci. I've been waiting for another one like this from yo...
reviewed March 28, 2007
A Day In The Life Of TMO by bufu0 Comedy
After RayDawg's "Why" (the first rap video I've seen on TMO), the bar's been set fairly high for rap videos around here... I hear a lot on the boards about how Bufu0's got mad skillz when it comes to... reviewed March 28, 2007
The Piano by ralfduran Romance
Having recently seen "The Monk and the Fountain", I get what the filmmaker was getting at here - attempting to convey deep emotions through simple visual storytelling and music - this effort, however,... reviewed March 28, 2007
Natural Occurance by kuroken Sci-Fi
Isn't it "occurrence" (unless that's a British thing - what do I know - I am a cultureless American, after all)? ;) And bummer about the lip-synch bug buggering the conversation between Alf and Stu ... reviewed March 21, 2007
Temporary Night Teaser by nukester Romance
Zero story (though a nice little "tease" of a machinima stripper), but as a "lesson in freecam", as Jase180 put it, I have to agree, at least for this particular kind of sequence. That's excellent wo... reviewed March 19, 2007
Attack of the TMO Cliche by jase180 Comedy
I ran out of fingers and toes to count cliches on, but rest assured, you hit most of the biggies... I have to agree with Nukester... As a "new guy", you sure seem to know your way around "the busine... reviewed March 18, 2007
Mars by Yodabob Sci-Fi
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Just magnificent work. Wonderful custom amd mod works that are never jarring or distracting. I was riveted to the characters throughout the film, no matter what eye candy surrounded them. That's an...
reviewed March 17, 2007
Instinct by Throwaxe Sci-Fi
The Good: Great intro and outro credit sequences, a superb story (that at a first, casual glance, appears entirely unoriginal - it certainly redeems itself by the end), suspense, drama, wonderful pac... reviewed March 16, 2007
The Monk and the Fountain by mericc Romance
Beautifully simple, with no dialogue to distract - music, sound, and wonderful visuals transport us to another place and time... to the fountain on the mountain. It isn't often that someone coaxes fr... reviewed March 15, 2007
The Dead Cases Teaser3 by jase180 Action
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THAT WAS F***ING KICKASS, JASE!!! Geez Louise... I NEVER give out five stars for trailers, but... pulse-pounding music, good voicework, interesting scenes, subtle mods, beautiful production value.....
reviewed March 14, 2007
An Eye for An Eye EP 4 Trailer by Amabeginzordawg Horror
I've watched a few of your other films, and I must say... There is something very, very wrong with you. But... this is coming from a loooooooong time splatterpunk visceral horror fan, so that means ... reviewed March 13, 2007
The MUMMY NINJA MAN by kwistufa Horror
What a kickass visual treat... I saw that you already beat yourself up in the boards about the "overuse" of the glare filter overlay, so I won't pile on (it was a badass effect, no doubt). Music sol... reviewed March 13, 2007
Gods Agent by rposhard Comedy
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A long, long way to go for the ultimate point, but you certainly got there (and who am I to complain about taking the long road to the point - you've seen my movies). Well-crafted, with some very cho...
reviewed March 12, 2007
Alletheo - The Fall of a King by ichthusadmr Action
Fleshing out a simple (and ultimately powerful) Biblical parable about the rich man and poor shepherd into such a brilliant set piece is indeed (divinely?) inspired work. There is no no no no need wh... reviewed March 9, 2007
Unexplainable Trailer by tsunamidog Horror
Bizarre.. check. I don't normally think guns and explosions in psychological thrillers, which is what this -seems- to be shooting to be (I could be wrong), but most of the other scenes did a good jo... reviewed March 8, 2007
Brilliant Minds by ralfduran Romance
Brilliant opening, with the scratchy radio music playing... The surreal imagery is wonderful, evoking memories of PMC's "Prufrock", As you noted yourself, the musical accompaniement (with the excep... reviewed March 8, 2007
Why by RaYdAwG Action
Ray, You should be straightaway paid-to-play, and I got nothing but the kindest words to say. Your little story was well-"executed" in each and every single way, so if you knock another out on a diff... reviewed March 7, 2007
TTOM - Vision by bongoman Sci-Fi
BEAUTIFUL. PHENOMENAL EFFECTS, AND A DEEP STORY. BEAUTIFUL! For anyone interested in the subject, be sure to check out "What the Bleep Do We Know" and "The Secret" online for more on quantum physics. A_N_D reviewed March 7, 2007
How To Direct with Effects by ilianna Comedy
Every new TMO filmmaker should watch this well-executed, clearly presented, and quite helpful instructional video. A_N_D reviewed March 6, 2007
second chance by stevie84 Comedy
A fun effort with a few flaws... Some stilted and rather unrealistic dialogue slowed down the production, and while the VO's were generally passable, the imbalance between the lead female VO and othe... reviewed March 5, 2007
ULTIMATE TMOer - Heat 3 by kwistufa Romance
Another weird short from the king of weird shorts (is that a double entendre? - I think it just might be) and another smile on my face. There's always something fun to watch at Kwistufa's. Well, it ... reviewed March 4, 2007
LOSE WEIGHT NOW! by rposhard Comedy
Brilliant satirical rip on health infomercials, and even with the fart jokes, I still find the actual infomercials even more offensive. Absolutely loved the list of side effects. Reminded me of a ro... reviewed March 4, 2007
TRESSPASSER by kwistufa Horror
I was looking for something amusing and different tonight, so I headed over to Kwistufa's studio - there's ALWAYS something good on tap over here. Supremely understated, really quite creepy, and hig... reviewed March 3, 2007
Good Boy by MelonTheCreeker Horror
This is more of an extended scene than a full film, with no real characterization, unfolding plot narrative, or particularly outstanding changes to the software's defaults, so I cannot in good conscie... reviewed March 3, 2007
Scramble (Part One) by postmodernchuck Sci-Fi
Holy whoa. I have to admit, while "Scramble" took TMO by storm, I huddled in the storm cellar, terrified yet again at the awesome power that is a PostModernChuck film. Every time I watch a PoMo film... reviewed March 3, 2007
Smothered Hope by Flipmanburn Horror
Strange as it may sound, I read the words aloud throughout the production... And came away marveling at how badly you need to re-release this with VO. This film -begs- for it. Beyond that, wonderfu... reviewed March 3, 2007
The Courage Within III by MefuneAkira Sci-Fi
Gotta love that jaw-dropped, drooling feeling wherein you forget that you're watching a TMO movie... Not only does Mefune (yet again) drop visual bombs in the editing, angles, freecam, and customs de... reviewed March 2, 2007
the PASSAGE (episode 2) by josephkw Action
Sweeeeeet. JosephKW delivers again, continuing the wonderful mix of suspense, action, and FX that is "The Passage". I eagerly await the next installment (damn cliffhangers!) Boy, I sure hope the ca... reviewed February 26, 2007
Into the Shadow - Part2 by sherwinliu Romance
A moving and ultimately fitting score accompanies a solidly talented cast through an entertaining, compelling, and altogether delicious screenplay and story. Where does one even begin to dissect su... reviewed February 24, 2007
CLEOPATRA (Part I) by TheMGMKid1 Romance
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Well, well, well... that was very, very, very fine. As an employee of an organization housing the largest collection of authentic Egyptian artifacts in Western North America, I watch films about Egyp...
reviewed February 23, 2007
Into the Shadow - Part 1 Overture by sherwinliu Romance
This was simply excellent (as we all expect every Chat Noir effort to be by now). I may be biased (since I have an idea of what happens next), but I found this to be a fine establishing episode for t... reviewed February 10, 2007
Fade To Black by ubernewbie Sci-Fi
Well, -that- was fun! Too damned much fun to really nitpick over particulars - there were a few, but 90% of them were game limits, and mostly forgiveable. Some great set pieces, maximized use of Mov... reviewed February 6, 2007
the PASSAGE (Episode One) by josephkw Sci-Fi
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Wow... just wow. From start to finish, from the first frame to the last, "The Passage" makes me forget that I am watching a "TMO movie"... I love that. I am very proud to work again with one of th...
reviewed February 4, 2007
A DNR Comedy Short by DNR Comedy
WTF is wrong with you, Richie? Whoops, stupid question. And why do you know so much about whether size might cause this "dreaded problem"? Whoops, stupid question. And why I am I laughing? Whoops... reviewed January 23, 2007
the PASSAGE (Prologue) by josephkw Sci-Fi
Absolutely beautiful trailer, and if it is any indication of the larger picture, this will be a visual feast, no doubt. Looking forward, A_N_D reviewed January 19, 2007
carnage road by bezzer36 Action
Alright, you hooked me. I'm very much engaged, am enjoying the characters and flow, and want to see what happens next, and those are the most important things. Large review at the conclusion, which ... reviewed December 16, 2006
TMO celebrity roast by 6-headedmonster Comedy
Something to offend everyone - a Sixy staple - and this one doesn't diappoint. I'm thrilled to have been a part of another 6HM joint! Plenty of laughs here, as well as as a lot of inside humor that ... reviewed December 8, 2006
Manny Jones- Better Than Everyone Else! by benstudios1991 Comedy
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Oh. My. God. My face hurts and my tummy is throbbing, and no, I did not just get in a fight. I just watched "Manny Jones- Better Than Everyone Else", and it is laugh-out-loud funny. Wait, I don't...
reviewed December 3, 2006
FATED (part 1) by josephkw Action
**** "Fated" is an excellent TMO crime drama, and deserves every minute of its inevitable sequel. This was an easy film to sit back and enjoy, but a tough one to review without some heavy spoilers. ... reviewed December 3, 2006
FINAL HOURS by davidwww Action
Superb use of scenes, nifty vampire deaths, an outstanding car chase, a very well-meaning story... There's too much dedication and just plain good stuff on display here to give this flick anything bu... reviewed November 24, 2006
FATED - teaser by josephkw Action
That was disturbing and bizarre and.... wonderful! Given what we know about Joseph's filmmaking, I'm looking forward to more of this "experimental" film. Give it to us! A_N_D reviewed November 19, 2006
AUSSIE THREAD RIP by kwistufa Action
Bummer that your extremely active and entertaining thread got the flick, Kwis, but you've made a corker of a tribute, I think. Congrats, congrats, and congrats! A_N_D reviewed October 28, 2006
Battle For Earth II Evolution Tease Trailer by cruise1970 Sci-Fi
Damn, Cruise - those animos have to be taking forever... Dedicated as ever... Can't wait for the final product! A_N_D reviewed October 28, 2006
If I had a love song by 6-HEADEDMONSTER Comedy
Five stars for the creepy peek into Sixy's otherwise devoid-of-normal-thought skull. This one won't stick around long - download while you can, kids! A_N_D reviewed September 29, 2006
Dignity of Men by sherwinliu Romance
Kate... Ah, Kate... I'm speechless, dear lady. "Dignity of Men"... What do I say? How do I describe this work? Terrible beauty, beautiful terror... What do I say? This is simply art, by any ot... reviewed September 23, 2006
Mancini by DNR Action
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While a fine comedic talent (as evidenced by his turns in "Anthony Buttafuco Are You Talking To Me" and "The TMO Kings Of Comedy"), many might fear that the often foul-mouthed and hammer-blunt DNR (se...
reviewed September 22, 2006
Pilate - A Story of Christ (Part II) by ichthusadmr Action
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Ah, the dilemma... Rate "Pilate - A Story of Christ (Part II)"... Rate this film by what standard? Did it make me really stop and think? ----------- Yep, five stars, phenomenal, awesome, amazing, a...
reviewed September 18, 2006
Infiltration Part 1 by Throwaxe Action
Holy [naughty word!] what the [eyesore!] did I just watch??? That's movie-movie stuff, Throw!!! OUTFREAKINGSTANDING work, from the flowing free-cam and editing (with only the most minor slow spots, ... reviewed September 9, 2006
a darker place volume 4 by bezzer36 Horror
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What's not to love? Since its inception, this series has been deep, gripping, compelling, intelligent, and technically brilliant. Congratulations, Bez, and thanks again for taking us on this remarka...
reviewed September 3, 2006
Shadow Realm III Section Two by IG-88Productions Sci-Fi
What-what-what? Wait, it's over already? Nooooooo! More, more, more! Proud as ever to be a part of this series, IG... Keep 'em coming... We need to know how this all ends!!! A_N_D reviewed September 3, 2006
Shadow Realm III Section 1 by IG-88Productions Sci-Fi
As I'm in this production, I will leave the praises and critiques to others, but I will say this - SRIII continually raises the bar, and I am PROUD to be a part of this continuing drama. I actually c... reviewed August 23, 2006
a darker place volume 3 by bezzer36 Horror
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Talk about "worth the wait!!!" To those who've just seen this installment (and those yet to come), this is one TMO series you don't want to miss - pay attention and take notes, there's much to be lea...
reviewed August 15, 2006
DUSKFEED by kwistufa Horror
This film's best asset is its -lack- of VO's! (Who'd have thought I'd ever use that phrase?) Loved the camera work here, though the shaky cam felt overused on a couple of occasions - mostly when the... reviewed August 11, 2006
QUIETUS II by josephkw Horror
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Weird, warped, twisted, demented, bizarre, bent, cracked, derailed, deranged, unhinged, grotesque, nefarious, wicked ---- bust out your thesauri, kids, if you're looking for words to describe JosephK...
reviewed August 3, 2006
Fire and Forget III by nukester Action
After a very long wait (and special thanks to Nuke for his extraordinary patience), I finally found time to sit down and take on "Fire and Forget III". This installment of "Fire and Forget" made thin... reviewed August 1, 2006
J Alfred Prufrock Considers the Infinite by postmodernchuck Romance
You have brought a tear to my eye with the beauty of this film, Chuck. It transcends TMO in any and every way. I will never be able to repay you for being a part of this. A_N_D reviewed July 28, 2006
The Guardian Trailer by lizard3209 Action
Yet again - riveting. When Decadent tosses a pebble in the TMO pond, the ripples sweep the community like tsunamis - this film looks to continue that tradition in high style... Imagine my boundless ... reviewed July 26, 2006
J Alfred Prufrock (TEASER) by postmodernchuck Romance
I really shouldn't be allowed to review - I'm clearly biased. I always think PoMo rocks. A_N_D reviewed July 24, 2006
Blood Ties - Vol 2 by Dylen Horror
Since everyone else will no doubt point out the great storyline, fun cast (who knew Sleeves had such a creepy gypsy in him just waiting to ooze out?), and obvious work put into this film... I am goin... reviewed July 23, 2006
Blood Ties - Vol 1 by Dylen Horror
...... To Two, too! reviewed July 23, 2006
Oh Its On 3 Ouichi Genshi Basutaa Alpha by mixmasterfestus Action
I am absolutely freaking speechless, Festus. Most amazing display of sfx I've yet seen here. I... Duh... Speechless. reviewed July 23, 2006
Quietus1 by josephkw Horror
Hee hee hee... Lovecraft Lane, indeed... Creepy, creepy, creepy... A slowly unfolding and suspenseful tale in the classic suspense-horror tradition... Deep writing, subtleties and subtexts, amazi... reviewed July 21, 2006
Pax Romana by TheMGMKid1 Romance
A stellar achievement in using backdrops and sets as characters in the film - this is as much about the beauty of Rome and its ability to influence lovers as it is about the two leads... This movie i... reviewed July 21, 2006
Pilate - A Story of Christ (Part I) by ichthusadmr Action
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What??? What??? It's over??? NONONOOOOOOO. Ichthus - that was amazing... As a former Catholic and a fan of Bibilical "fiction", I cannot stress enough to you how much I enjoyed that! You broug...
reviewed July 21, 2006
The Light in the Dust - Part 2 by decadentpictures Horror
Of all the luck - the same day that I release my own baby, the movie I always knew would blow it out of the water also releases... Such is my sad tale... But nowhere near as sad as this one! Body-t... reviewed July 21, 2006
Shadow Realm II TS Section 1 EX by IG-88Productions Sci-Fi
Holy whoa... It's over already??!!?? NOOOoooooOOOOOOoooooOOOOOooooOOOOOO!!! I knew when I signed into this project that you were committed to putting in the hard work to get the final product solid,... reviewed July 20, 2006
The TMO Kings Of Comedy by DNR Comedy
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As with Buttafuco's solo show, I skipped any sort of technical view of this movie, and in fact, often turned away from the monitor entirely and just listened to the bits - just like internet comedy ra...
reviewed July 16, 2006
ode to meat by 6-HEADEDMONSTER Horror
Not five stars - not six... Seven stars here, for this short film accomplishing exactly what it came to do - creep you the fu reviewed July 15, 2006
Shadow Realm II TS Section 2 FINAL by IG-88Productions Sci-Fi
I could have easily watched parts one and two as one long film so far and never lost interest - a testament to such a momentous and monumental undertaking... Solid VO cast. Great use of scenery (tho... reviewed July 11, 2006
Shadow Realm II TS Section 1 FINAL by IG-88Productions Sci-Fi
Holy whoa... It's over already??!!?? NOOOoooooOOOOOOoooooOOOOOooooOOOOOO!!! I knew when I signed into this project that you were committed to putting in the hard work to get the final product solid... reviewed July 10, 2006
How to Catch a Man by riott007 Comedy
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"I don't really care for reviews on how to improve my movies..because I don't give a crap about quality." I was already laughing out loud when I read that, so you were off to a fine start from the fi...
reviewed July 9, 2006
Fire and Forget II by nukester Action
Nukester has clearly put in work here, taking his time and investing maximum effort to nurture along the whopping 24-minute baby that is "Fire and Forget II". Taking on classic themes of crime, punis... reviewed July 4, 2006
Room 247 - Night Two by jackalbane Horror
Having seen the original film when it came out, and again before watching this one (which is a requirement, really), I came into "Room 247 - Night Two" with high hopes. I -hoped- you would make full ... reviewed July 2, 2006
Battle For Earth First Contact by cruise1970 Sci-Fi
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Good plot, easy to follow, and full of enough action and drama for two movies, let alone one! The pacing was effective, in that the film never slowed down enough to make me want to fast-forward. Ton...
reviewed July 2, 2006
High Hopes Sanitarium by ninette1 Horror
WTF? This is a TMO flick? No, no way. This is one of those warpy, twisted little gems I watch in the out-of-the-way, round-the-corner, indie theatre, like where I watched Blair Witch... N, this is... reviewed June 26, 2006
Encountering Arnold by 6-HEADEDMONSTER Comedy
Well, that was easily one of the dumbest things I've ever seen. So why am I still laughing? Because that poor telemarketer (whose life already obviously didn't pan out quite like she planned) was a ... reviewed June 23, 2006
Phone Sex Manual Insert by riott007 Romance
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Riott - As soon as I saw a thread with your name on it, I was there, like I would with any comedy from 6HM, BenStudios, Yeagmaster, DNR... You are one mental wench - and I think I wuv you. The subj...
reviewed June 18, 2006
A Certain Type of Genius by richke Romance
Hot damn, but that's good stuff, Richke! You even managed to make me a fan of the band, and that's no small feat (I'm too old for this kind of music, but I dig it!)... The visual flow corresponded a... reviewed June 18, 2006
Pretty Hate Machine by ninette1 Action
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Yeah, baby... Wicked riff, soopah-sweet freecam (one glip about halfway while coming into the room, but very minor), and a fine twist(ed) end. I remain a fan... A_N_D
reviewed June 15, 2006
Trouble in Lonewolf! by MefuneAkira Comedy
What the hell is --wrong-- with you, Mefune? Easily the funniest and most bizarre mish-mashed comglomeration of aliens, chickens, space troopers, indians (both the tomahawk and the you-are-here foreh... reviewed June 14, 2006
Free cam Avoiding overkill and other tips by NicotineHell Comedy
GREAT little tutorial (one of the first of many, I'll wager), but all-in-all, a fine primer on what's good and what is very, very, very not good, and early enough in the process for those who pay atte... reviewed June 11, 2006
The Spy who saved the world by Spaceman72 Action
Okay, first the critiques: Kwistufa's performance was a hoot, and spot-on, but was too loud. Now, for more critiques... .... .... (crickets) Your worries about it being too long are also unfound... reviewed June 5, 2006
Four Sisters by Dulci Romance
And once again, a TMO film reminds me how irrelevant the medium can be if the story it's delivering is solid. As the big realism guy, I found the interplay between the sisters full of subtext and bac... reviewed June 2, 2006
ROCK HARD by ninette1 Comedy
Dear Christ, the hangover this morning quickly gave way to what I thought were 80's flashbacks... I mean that in a good way (the flashbacks part, anyway...) "Rock Hard" is beautifully delivered rock... reviewed May 27, 2006
Manny Jones ON TOUR! by benstudios1991 Comedy
I was a fan of BenStudios1991 since the "Rock Star", which was one of the first films I watched on TMO. And I am still a fan. There is lots and lots of funny stuff here, Ben, just some great, great l... reviewed May 24, 2006
Hairy Palms by ninette1 Comedy
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Hit and run comedy - in and out in 1:30, and damned funny throughout... 5 hilarious stars! Ninette - We at 1000 Yard Stare Studios won't even ask how you became so knowledgable about this topic...
reviewed May 21, 2006
The Real hero PG13 by 6-headedmonster Comedy
6 [eye-hurting-word!]ing stars - one for every demented head on this man's shoulders... For those of us who saw the unedited (unCENSORED) version, this is just genius, [naughty word!]! Talk about ri... reviewed May 21, 2006
Dreamtown by Rik_Vargard Action
Tres bon. I am absolutely riveted by the first installment of this series and with Part 3 already getting awestruck reviews and many thread mentions, I'm in a hurry to see the others... Plot, pacing... reviewed May 20, 2006
The Donnor Party BYOB (Body!) by ninette1 Horror
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Every film you make takes us viewers another step deeper into your clearly bent psyche, Ninette, and this one is no exception... However, as a fellow true crime fan and sick f@ck myself, I "get" it....
reviewed May 20, 2006
Ninette1sWhere They Are Now by ninette1 Comedy
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I didn't always have my head shaved... It used to flow over my shoulders and fly around my head in a frizzy halo while I tried to do permanent damage to my neck from head-banging like a dizzy fool......
reviewed May 20, 2006
HOLY BLOOD II(draco the vampyre)! by alfric Horror
Okay, Alfric, you've got five stars from me for the first 2:00 alone... I was transported, enraptured, and lost in the film... lost to the television, the neighbor's music, to the borders of my moni... reviewed May 19, 2006
HOLY BLOOD by alfric Comedy
An entertainment value review... 5 stars, no doubt, if for nothing else than successfully capturing the feel and appeal of the classic Hammer horror films. A fine setup to what I am already expectin... reviewed May 19, 2006
Sourman by duxy Horror
I'm going to break with everyone else (at my own peril, I know) and point out that sound synch issue, Dux. This is yet another case of what would be an almost perfect little gem marred by that damned... reviewed May 18, 2006
A Darker Place Volume 2 by Bezzer36 Horror
Can't imagine what was important enough to keep me away from the second installment of this delightful series... Shades of "What Dreams May Come" here in this second installment, and further intrigue... reviewed May 18, 2006
CLIVE the NATURAL WOMAN by kwistufa Comedy
I agree completely with the review below me - you are an awful, terrible bad boy, Kristufa. Shame on you. Now, enough of that pfah. On with the laughs, which came one after the other... I reviewe... reviewed May 16, 2006
The Spy who saved the world - Trailer by Spaceman72 Action
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BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAhahahaahah!!!! "Jupiter One..." Hey, that's me!!! Great trailer full of fun customs and visuals... Can't tell you how pleased I am to be associated with your project, Spaceman - ...
reviewed May 16, 2006
A Darker Place volume 1 VO by Bezzer36 Horror
Bez, I simply had no idea... I HAD a half-dozen movies bookmarked before - how did I miss this? I must need to get out more (stay in more?) and watch more movies... What a gem. I just sat contente... reviewed May 16, 2006
Anthony Buttafuco Are You Talking To Me by DNR Comedy
I did not rate this movie technically, but on entertainment value, since I could have turned away from the screen entirely and still had fun - I listen to internet comedy radio all the time - and that... reviewed May 15, 2006
Yeoman Joe 2 -- Captain Zombie! by rposhard Comedy
I'm basing this review on entertainment value alone... because the Yeoman brings plenty of it. This is a departure for me since I'm admittedly a drama fan and usually seek plot, pacing, tone, and ... reviewed May 15, 2006
Sheriff Rooney III in 3D by yeagmaster Comedy
"Higher than a giraffe's nuts". The chicken prop and the toe-curling scene... Jesus, that s*** is so wrong... I laughed out loud (really, really loud) at these and other moments in the film, but for m... reviewed May 15, 2006
The Light in the Dust - Part 1 by DecadentPictures Horror
YOUR FINEST WORK, COLLECTIVELY OR OTHERWISE. This is the closest thing to an actual movie I have ever seen in this medium. I was left dumbstruck and speechless at my monitor for 14 minutes (and anot... reviewed May 13, 2006
O by riott007 Comedy
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Ahem... Cough cough -- music -- cough -- is that the King and I? ahem... Oh, never mind. At the banana, I started giggling. At "I love this perfume..." I choked out a bark of laughter so hard i...
reviewed May 13, 2006
the Stalker by AlvinK Horror
A real-world issue that, frankly, crosses my mind every time I see someone with a camera phone these days. I settled in to watch your film expecting a provocative and possibly disturbing look at this... reviewed May 13, 2006
Hostage! by nightmare2146 Action
We're sitting here thinking of cookie cutters and cliches, some clunky dialogue and some more clunky dialogue... So why are we so pleased? Because we've seen every Stallone, Schwarzen[naughty word!]... reviewed May 11, 2006
Phaedrus by postmodernchuck Romance
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We at 1000 Yard Stare Studios are becoming jaded. We admit it. We've seen a lot of films that fail to realize that true filmmakers and artists can rise above the constraints of this little video gam...
reviewed May 11, 2006
Accounted Reprisal by reapar Action
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*****MoMc Review***** "Accounted Reprisal" is a smooth little tale about revenge being a dish best served cold - preferably after it's been chilling in the hoosegow for thirty years! Some harsh soun...
reviewed May 11, 2006
Monday Nights 04 Ninja Burger by kos78 Action
****MoMc Review**** Hai-ya! With a chop-suey, double-wasabi kung-fu heart, a late-late-late-LATE night Comedy Central sense of humor, and a complete cast of very talented goofballs, Ninja Burger man... reviewed May 9, 2006
Nuclear Weapons And You by sphinx86 Comedy
I was already giggling the first time you said "nuk-u-lar" instead of "nuclear". God, I hate that. "Let's blow some [be polite!] up!" "Calm yourself... We'll get to that." Annnnnd... I just choked... reviewed May 8, 2006
One bad minute by Spaceman72 Action
****MoMc Review**** "One Bad Minute" is a balletic bullet orgy, sure to widen the eyes of even the most jaded viewer! We lived in Los Angeles and I worked a few blocks down the street from the major... reviewed May 7, 2006
Neotokyo by AxeCinema Sci-Fi
****MoMc Review**** First off, atmosphere. Established clearly from the (rather abrupt - perhaps at least a fade-in next time) opening frame of the film, we are treated to darkness contrasted with n... reviewed May 6, 2006
Swingers Online! by mildheadwound Romance
You sick f#ck. Everyone at 1000 Yard Stare Studios just fell in love with you, Wound. A liesurely pace, an intriguing tale, we looked right past all of the game limitation quibbles (even the subtitl... reviewed May 5, 2006
Sheriff Rooneys Itch by yeagmaster Comedy
Deadpan redneck humor and recurring sack-itch jokes? Yeagmaster takes lowbrow humor to a new high here... While more slowly paced than its predecessor, this latest installment shows us that Rooney h... reviewed May 5, 2006
Locked In A Box by richke Horror
The film got off to a choppy start with the female lead's VO being far too low, and this issue reoccurred several times throughout the film. Sabrina Cerny's performance as April was excellent, but a ... reviewed May 5, 2006
Unredeemed by josephkw Horror
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We run a pretty eclectic shop around here at 1000 Yard Stare Studios, with belief systems that run the gamut, yet all joined in the firm belief that the Creator's greatest gift to us was the intellect...
reviewed April 30, 2006
X Equals Revenge by the_georgeZILLA Action
Over here at 1000 Yard Stare Studios, we are HUGE fans of hard-luck P.I.'s with sharp tongues, acerbic wit, and fleet feet, and Marshall Paris delivers on all fronts. We were a little nervous for Zil... reviewed April 28, 2006
Razorblade by jjpatel Romance
First off - the lost star... Here's why: Female lead's voice was too, too, too young. Male lead lacked a necessary depth of emotion, especially during scenes that should have sounded more tender an... reviewed April 27, 2006
The Real hero by 6-headedmonster Comedy
BWAHahahahAHAHahahahaa 1000 Yard Stare sez.. BWAhahahaa hahaa pant pant pant "You're a dude, can't help you." BWHAHAhahahaahaa 1000 Yard Stare Studios sez... Oh, hell with it ow tummy h... reviewed April 23, 2006
The Christian and the Muslim by Sheelba Action
First and foremost, we at 1000 Yard Stare commend you on the bravery required to even touch such a subject in public in any format these days. Technical quibbles aside, the film's plot, pacing, tone,... reviewed April 23, 2006
Hes Just Super by markg3000 Romance
Very fine, indeed. The good outweighed the not-so-good, and the tale itself was worth the telling. Constructive critique: A few minor editing quibbles, most notably unneeded fades during the roofto... reviewed April 23, 2006
Splinter Cell YoMaMa by zeepoopendorf Action
*****MoMc Review***** We at 1000 Yard Stare Studios feel uncomfortably like Simon Cowell about right now, in that we can't help ourselves but to say... Now, if we're being honest... Colored charact... reviewed April 19, 2006
Night Pass -part two by StevenKreg Sci-Fi
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1000 Yard Stare is thinking of starting a petition to add an extra star to the review system, just for offerings like StevenKreg's "Night Pass". Engrossing, intriguing, impressive, amazing, this film...
reviewed March 20, 2006
Night Pass -part one by StevenKreg Sci-Fi
5 stars - duh! - 1000 Yard Stare review on completion of second half - can't stop now, gotta go watch it! reviewed March 20, 2006
Black Widow by Dulci Horror
1000 Yard Stare Studios has said it before and we'll say it again. Dulci delivers SOLID product. It was a joy and honor to work with you, madame, and no, we don't want to get any closer or go be "al... reviewed March 20, 2006
Hello Mr GQ - Trailer by r33se Comedy
A fine trailer, though we at 100 Yard Stare kept looking at the progress bar at the bottom and wondering just how a -long- a trailer this would be... We've never done one, so we may not be the best j... reviewed March 20, 2006
No Rain by nutzhouse Action
1000 Yard Stare could quibble and moan about the technical issues in this little ffort with voice, edits, subtitling, etc., but why bother? We'll forgive it all for the story underneath and for Will'... reviewed March 13, 2006
Adjusting To You by magic_school_bus Comedy
While the whimsical title of your film prompted us where you were trying to go with the content, the final product fell short of delivering the humor and weight we were hoping for. Perhaps it's the b... reviewed March 13, 2006
Mitch Blayne II by masho Action
Fine work again, with great editing, especiallly during chase scenes and gunfighting. Very crisp. The story continues right on track from the previous one, and your worries about "Empire Strikes Bac... reviewed March 12, 2006
Mitch Blayne by masho Action
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Fine editing, fine music, fine voicework, fine, fine, fine. Very nicely done, very, very nice, indeed. Here are 1000 Yard Stare Studios, we're particularly fond of rough detectives whom trouble has ...
reviewed March 12, 2006
Batman Tec Demo by jobi-wan Action
We at 1000 Yard Stare completely understand copyright concerns, but purple accents? PURPLE? We'd have a hard time being frightened of man in purple accents. ;) And no ears... Bummer. Keep workin... reviewed March 12, 2006
How To kill simon cowell by 2005 Comedy
One star just for filming a movie, one for a couple of good lines, and one for a filmmaker clever enough to make a film on the subject. Unfortunately, "How to Kill Simon Cowell" delivers little else.... reviewed March 12, 2006
The Carioca by sherwinliu Romance
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Once again, Sherwin and Chat Noir continue to strike 1000 Yard Stare's eye blind with the dazzling brilliance of their offerings. And these two stories come from opposite ends of the spectrum... In ...
reviewed March 11, 2006
Athena Project IV The Origin by fulkster Sci-Fi
Very good, and kept 1000 Yard Stare Studios interested throughout. We'll be going to watch the others to put everything in context and will likely give a more in-depth review later. For now, we enjo... reviewed March 9, 2006
Awakening - Chapter Two by kuroken Sci-Fi
For 1000 Yard Stare to give an effort as epic as this one anything less than five stars would not only be incompetent, but criminal. So we won't. Five stars it is and if there was room for another, ... reviewed March 9, 2006
Monologue about Life by chagidiel Horror
"Minimalist" at almost nine minutes is an oxymoron. LOL ;) The voiceover was well-done, and clearly intended to be lulling, hypnotic, and non-threatening, which is how we've always hoped our Death ... reviewed March 9, 2006
The Turner Mystery by duxy Action
If we recall correctly, this was one of our first viewings at 1000 Yard Stare Studios, and we loved it then. We can't recall why on earth we didn't review it upon first viewing. Likely hadn't figure... reviewed March 9, 2006
Making the movies by holdmykidney Romance
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Dear God, you mean it's not just us?!? Whew. We've done exactly that, and think your choice of these eight scenes was just perfect for such a competition. Go easy on your ladyfirend, as her voicewo...
reviewed March 9, 2006
The Silence by G1Joe2k6 Romance
1000 Yard Stare Studios apologizes in advance for the book we're about to write about your film, but we feel you're worth it. _____ Let 1000 Yard Stare first go on record by saying that we were imp... reviewed March 8, 2006
KING KONG 1940 by StevenKreg Action
Phenomenal job. Use of persepctive and set dressing to suggest the sizes was brilliant. Great retelling of a classic using the available tools. Plot, pacing, tone, and structure were all present an... reviewed March 5, 2006
Lust2 by satansmunchkin Romance
This film is the reason to keep TMO archives available to every user here, new and old. So that they can go back and see the point of what we're all doing here. It is films like this one that make u... reviewed March 5, 2006
Wiretapping and You! by UrinatingTree Comedy
As huge fans of everything anti-Bush (and purveyors of our own continuing series of anti-misadminstration efforts), we at 1000 Yard Stare recommend this and all films like it - whether they are humoro... reviewed March 5, 2006
Shaolin Aardvark Vs Iron Fist Camel by Bezzer36 Action
A fitting tribute to the good old chop suey kung fu films, and a welcome addition to our mental collection of mindless entertainment. At the risk of sounding like the spelling police (whom we all hat... reviewed March 5, 2006
Pleasure Portfolio by Bezzer36 Comedy
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1000 Yard Stare gives these five stars out freely for the simple fact that your band composed and performed all of the music that rocked our collective asses all the way through your video. Rock on, ...
reviewed March 4, 2006
On the Edge by windu Action
Plot, pacing, substance and tone; we [shhhh!] about the lack of them all the time here at 10000 Yard Stare Studios. Sorely lacking here... The film felt a bit disjointed, with a lack of a cohesive g... reviewed March 4, 2006
The Missing by jjpatel Horror
1000 Yard Stare Studios' stable contains an avid crime fan, and he seems to recall a bit of hijinks that happened across the pond some years ago, some horror hotel whose owner was doing just what your... reviewed March 4, 2006
Weird People And Wacky Behavior by Timo666 Comedy
It hurts 1000 Yard Stare deeply to give out rough criticisms, but at times, it simply must be done. A fine premise (game show humor) was present, but didn't contain enough laugh-out-loud jokes to car... reviewed March 4, 2006
Black or White Part One by TheFreak1978 Action
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We at 1000 Yard Stare Studios love movies that make us FEEL something, be it shock and shame (Innocence Sacrificed), wonder and awe (The Afflicted), sorrow and sadness (My Light is Gone), or serious c...
reviewed March 4, 2006
No dusk No dawn by Meowan Romance
1000 Yard Stare doesn't have a lot of western fans, but you made a couple of converts today... An impressive effort overall, even without the uber-cool credit sequences... Music was appropriate, and... reviewed March 4, 2006
At the Dons Request by kingpengvin Action
Our resident Sicilian at 1000 Yard Stare told us that if we didn't five-star your film, he'd cut our eyelids off and take our picture, then stick an icepick in our kneecaps, then stuff us in an oil dr... reviewed March 4, 2006
Moses The Late Recruit Trailer by kevinduh Sci-Fi
Kevin - As Simon Cowell would say, "Now, if we're being honest," We came in expecting to see something earthshaking from you, but we have to say that even after a second viewing, we're still a littl... reviewed March 3, 2006
Do Not Smoke! TRAILER by HitmanGames Romance
Every smoker here at 1000 Yard Stare Studios laughed so hard we started coughing and then we kept coughing and laughing until we started choking and then we died. Laughing. Flat on our faces, just ... reviewed March 3, 2006
Tainted Justice - Volume 1 by Radman2307 Action
Thanks to "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels" and "Snatch", a bloke with an accent like yours (Chelsea, Kensington?) is perfectly suited to writing and voicing a Brit crime drama and then getting g... reviewed March 3, 2006
Priorities by john_sumner Comedy
Good likenesses of the dynamic duo... As fans of political satire ourselves, 1000 Yard Stare Studios appreciates your efforts, hell any efforts, to tweak the Prez' nose. Interesting effect with the ... reviewed March 3, 2006
Lift Chronicles - Part 2 - Masquerade by lizard3209 Sci-Fi
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1000 Yard Stare is usually pretty uppity in judging folks for using custom work over plot, tone, substance, and structure, so we're enormously pleased to report that we've found a film that combines t...
reviewed March 3, 2006
The Lounge Singer by Dulci Romance
Damn you, Dulci, for not letting 1000 Yard Stare out of your wily grasp long enough for us to go give other reviews, surf the forums, watch a television program, or get a life! We could watch your fi... reviewed March 2, 2006
The Cellar - Extended Version by Dulci Horror
MOS, or "Mizout sound" as the old German director used to say it (as I think the legend goes), was an old-time movie trick used for effect, and Dulci has brought it roaring (without sound) back from t... reviewed March 2, 2006
My Dog,Max by Ferno143 Romance
Very sweet of you to put such a personal thing here. Thanks for the film. reviewed March 2, 2006
Nosferatu - A Vampire Story (Trailer) by jobi-wan Horror
Very sweet. As fans of the original (whoops, are we dating ourselves with that one?), we can't wait for the feature presentation. 1000 Yard Stare Studios will be watching you. reviewed March 2, 2006
The Open Mind by Quotius Horror
Well, well, well, we weren't sure it could happen, but you nailed us right between the eyes so hard we were looking for the "sixth star" button! Over the last couple of days, we've delved deeper into... reviewed March 2, 2006
Demon Drink ( a Stoke Short ) by StokeStudios Comedy
Short film. Short review. Laughing. Out loud. A very good thing... Long way to go for that joke, but worth the trip. Film on, Stoke, film on! reviewed March 2, 2006
God Forgive me by MelonTheCreeker Action
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Calling your film "thought-provoking" and "gut-wrenching" are a couple of the highest compliments 1000 Yard Stare could possibly give you, and we don't take doing so lightly. You earned them. That h...
reviewed March 2, 2006
Naked Rick by danbmx Comedy
One of those films we giggled at throughout. Naked guy having a shootout with the police? Wasn't that on last week's episode of Cops? :) Very cute. Film on, fellow createaholic, film on. reviewed March 2, 2006
Faiths Journey Begins by Dulci Romance
Dulci, Here and there, now and again, we at 1000 Yard Stare come across films that remind us we are watching FILMS from FILMMAKERS and not just playing a silly little video game with some animated s... reviewed March 2, 2006
Our Secret by erinnicole93 Romance
A slice of life film fit for an evening television drama. And if ever a show ended too early, that was it. We are dying to know what the hell happened next! When a movie leaves a burning hole in ev... reviewed March 2, 2006
The Rock Star by benstudios1991 Action
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POW!! "Wow... that escalated quickly." "Nothing like coming home after a long car cliche chase scene..." "Well, you know, I committed the crime, but he had it comin' to him. Guy had a ponytail.....
reviewed March 2, 2006
Jim Abbott 3 Dream Team by darkgarden Action
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1000 Yard Stare is a fairly happy set of campers. Finally, a cohesive story, something for which we often pine and rarely find. You delivered here, for the most part. Putting effort into creating a...
reviewed March 2, 2006
The Hit by skarsten Action
Fan. Tas. Tic. This is very, very fine filmmaking, with plot, pacing, tone, and structure polished so brightly that it hurts our eyes here at 1000 Yard Stare. First period piece film that had us s... reviewed March 2, 2006
Hawkeye Saves Earth Ep 1 2VO by nicvancamp Sci-Fi
Thanks first and foremost for your kind words on 1000 Yard Stare's most recent release. With the sound bailing out halfway through, the rest of the film was, well, scenes. We were having fun up to t... reviewed March 1, 2006
Get Laid or Die Trying by homemadeeye Comedy
Four stars for Bizarro factor, three for tech... Getting the voicework solid was the best thing that ever happened to 1000 Yard Stare Studios and we highly recommend more of the same here. Some of t... reviewed March 1, 2006
Nuclear Explosion Tech Demo! by madmatt7g Action
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Ask and ye shall receive thy single star. But that's no reflection on whether or not this a "good" video. It is. 1000 Yard Stare is still learning the craft, but movie posters, backdrops, and other...
reviewed March 1, 2006
Norrised by Xiangsum Comedy
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"He must be faking... that m*therf*cker." We found that pretty damned funny. Great lines stay with you, and that one surely gets the nod. Though the last line left us more grossed out than amused,...
reviewed March 1, 2006
Psychic by DK Horror
1000 Yard Stare is thinking that someone spiked our bourbon! Fine use of flashing characters, light, sound, and music to emulate the rabbit hole, and a fun ride all the way down... Kudos! reviewed March 1, 2006
Memories of Life - A True Story by rposhard Romance
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By far, the most emotional and bittersweet film I've ever seen on TMO. To take something so personal and share it with others using this medium is a monument to the power of film and storytelling. W...
reviewed March 1, 2006
PLEASE DONT RATE ME! by water05201 Comedy
1000 Yard Stare Studios feels yore pain! A sweet and dear film, very clever, current, and accessible to every viewer! For all of the [not-so-nice-word!]ing we at 100 Yard Stare do about craving film... reviewed February 28, 2006
The Vice Prez goes HUNTING by yeagmaster Action
In our continuing semi-comedic line of political satires, our studio has one of these films ("TriggerDick") in pre-production , so this review will be as closed to biased as 1000 Yard Stare Studios ge... reviewed February 28, 2006
Sheriff Rooney by yeagmaster Comedy
Definitely laugh-out loud funny with moments of pure comedic genius. The recurring hose joke, oh my. "Oh. Car trouble?" I hurt myself laughing. Every one of these stars is well-deserved, and I'll ... reviewed February 28, 2006
Ultimate criminal mastermind by legend51 Comedy
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It isn't easy to tell a complete story in such a short form, but this one was executed nicely! How did you get my ex-wife to star in your film? You get a big thumbs-up from 1000 Yard Stare Studios a...
reviewed February 28, 2006
Assassin by torax819 Action
Not bad, not bad at all. Had a coherent plot and decent enough pacing. Without a microphone, everything spoken relies on those subtitles... Make sure they're flawless, or it's quite distracting! K... reviewed February 28, 2006
Demon Costume Demo by Stormwhitelab Comedy
Very cute. Damned shame about the broken voice track. I pulled my first movie and resubmitted because of that very thing. My sympathies. Film on! reviewed February 27, 2006
The Trials of Explosivo! Episode I (VO) by madmatt7g Action
As an old Briscoe County fan, I've been looking for an irreverent western hero for quite a while to fill in the gap. Looks like Explosivo gets the job until Bruce Campbell shows back up at the studio... reviewed February 27, 2006
The Afflicted by sherwinliu Sci-Fi
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Can they possibly get better than this? I've been crying out for plot, pacing, tone, and structure, and Chat Noir delivers in spades! The added backstory on the movie page was like reading a press k...
reviewed February 27, 2006
Abduction Island by rejj Sci-Fi
Very nice, very nice. Loved the classic the-eyes-have-it ending. Great device for a cliffhanger. I'll be looking for your next films. Sequel, right? :) reviewed February 27, 2006
Kill The Bunny by Pale_Horse Action
I want to be more generous, as this appears to be one of your first films, but I believe honesty will help you make better ones, so here it is. I'm in on the joke - a guy in a bunny suit in every dea... reviewed February 27, 2006
Blackbird by silver_fox_studios Action
An instant classic, and a well-deserved five-star film, with obvious extra effort on effects, customs, and voicework. Brilliant touch, using a Cantonese-speaking actor ; just added an facet to an alr... reviewed February 27, 2006
You Cant Do That on TMO by MrOsterman Comedy
"Not only does Activision pull your movie, but they kill a kitten." Deadpan delivery that had me cracking up and tears squirting from my eyes. Can we add a picture of a celebrity that's not really a... reviewed February 27, 2006
Aegis of Therion 2 - Total Annihilation by erinnicole93 Sci-Fi
I'm a TMO fan not for the tools of the program so much as a place for fellow createaholics to gather and share stories. Key word there is --stories--. And Aegis delivers in spades. My biggest disapp... reviewed February 26, 2006
RapidEyeMovement by nastius Action
Absolutely got where you were going with it, and think you had a fine foundation for plot. Took me a bit to catch on to the blackouts, but it seems that was intentional on your part. It's rough not ... reviewed February 26, 2006
Whats Rom??nce (TRAILER) by tunalover377 Romance
Cute, and I'd watch the full film when it's ready... I had a difficult time picking up some of the voices and dialogue - maybe when in post, you could bring down the background music, or adjust your ... reviewed February 26, 2006
Dude Theres My Car! by alligator Action
Cute, and a good shot at subtitling, plot, and pacing... I read your profile and what you said regarding the lack of voice, but I still can't recommend it highly enough! Buy that mike! And thank yo... reviewed February 26, 2006
The Sperm Donor by StokeStudios Action
BWahaahaahaaaHAHAHHAAhaahahaaa Don't all the greatest love stories ever told start with a date to the sperm bank? Well, they SHOULD! Laugh-out loud funny, especially the bit with the cup.. Kinda ... reviewed February 25, 2006
Come On by FoDooG Comedy
I think someone spiked my bourbon. Did I just see a horse, a bunch of alien chickens, and a bad guy with a white Foxy Brown afro? Zany, just plain zany. And subsequently, one of the most fun films ... reviewed February 25, 2006
Hell on Earth by fateddie Sci-Fi
What's hell on earth is waiting for the sequel! Pacing, tone, plot... Loved it, loved it, loved it. Thanks for your kind words in reviewing my "Ascension of King George". Definitely going to be mo... reviewed February 25, 2006
You Cant Do That! by sphinx86 Comedy
Hilarity throughout, with highlights of absolute genius. Damn good work, Informatron! Your use of customs was a treat, and your Anderson clone had me and my lady crying with laughter. I am definite... reviewed February 25, 2006
The Dead Who Walked The Earth by mdtheplaya17 Horror
As a big horror fan, I'll say I enjoyed this for the zombie theme alone, if nothing else. I'd like a little more homorous banter, though, if you're going to have a character shoot a banana at a zombi... reviewed February 25, 2006
The Letter by laforest76 Horror
Looks like you have learned the scenes available and made best use of them through your story. Nice, nice work. Return the review at, please. I'd appreciate i... reviewed February 25, 2006
Battle That Changed The War by peetree Action
A four-and-a-half star film but for the subtitling and lack of voice. Those additions would have easily scored the other half-star. Fine pacing and use of music for suspense during the sniper views.... reviewed February 25, 2006
Saddle In The Dust by seraphtalon Action
Enjoyable, for a short film. Fine pacing, good stab at suspense, but a tad on the too-short side, not leaving any room for character or story development... Let's see another, longer film! Your stu... reviewed February 25, 2006
Government Man Reborn by duffman132002 Action
Hee, hee, hee... Nothing like a good ol' ass-whuppin' to add a little spice to your film. Fine pacing throughout, and I enjoyed it. However (there's always a however), you MUST put in the work to s... reviewed February 24, 2006
School day(1) by duggan360 Comedy
A school shooting? Can't say you're afraid to take on a controversial subject! ;) You reviewed my film "Killers - Chapter One" and said you were left a little confused about the story... Would you... reviewed February 24, 2006
Glen The SOB by duggan360 Comedy
Let's see the next one...! I'm still getting used to tools, actors, and scenes myself... Any chance you might throw me a review? My film somehow dropped to page 5 without ever being seen... http:/... reviewed February 23, 2006
Innocence sacrificed by chocolatemouse Romance
Is it wrong to call this little film a distinct pleasure? Again, given the tools, this is simply a remarkable short film. And I'd agree with the previous poster who said the film made him reconsider... reviewed February 22, 2006
The Assassinator by james_ghiorzi Sci-Fi
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That was fun, a lot of fun. A LOT of fun. Very faithful rendition of the film it was inspired by, considering the tools available. Let's see another one from Ghiorzi Films!
reviewed February 22, 2006
Government Man Big Brother by duffman132002 Action
I started enjoying myself the moment the fists started flying and didn't stop until the last blow fell. --Stuffed Shirt Response reviewed February 22, 2006
GWA Part 1 by B2k3 Comedy
Withholding judgment until Part II... Cute, but there's more, yes? reviewed February 22, 2006
The Deal of death part 1 by deathrow Action
With subtitles so poorly executed (both grammaticaly and visually by way of overlaps on scene cuts), I had difficulty following the plot. Structure and flow was clearly well-intentioned, but somethin... reviewed February 22, 2006