CptJoker
Number of Movies: 28
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 3.98

Number of Movies Reviewed: 69
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 4
Average Rating Given: 4.26
 
Movies Released by CptJoker
Letters from the Army teaser trailer Action
This is the teaser trailer for the upcoming Letters from the Army, a modern tale of soldiers at war. Based on accounts from soldiers fighting today. There is no release date as yet, though I would ten... posted April 19, 2007
Dialogue With Death Comedy
A knight returns home from the wars and seeks out Death in the gloom of the Black Forest. Inspired by Bergman's "Seventh Seal", this is a short exploration (though not a remake) of the fateful confron... posted March 9, 2006
Sons of the Old West Action
Haunted by a past that cannot be undone, the quiet city of Tombstone holds no peace for Marshall Brett Pale. A broken man, running from the ghosts of the past, he must come to terms with his inner dem... posted March 6, 2006
Sons of the Old West theatrical trailer Action
"They say the west was won by guns... I say they're wrong: I say the west was won by men..." Haunted by sins committed years ago, Marshall Pale finds trouble in the peaceful town of Tombstone. A brok... posted March 5, 2006
The Hard Action Hero Action
In Ebon City a hero cop is caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse, and routine flies out the window as lieutenant James Barrett battles his way through an explosive ride of all out action against a ... posted February 23, 2006
Hard Action Hero Action Not Rated
No Description posted February 23, 2006
The Hard Action Hero trailer Action
FULL FILM RELEASED! You should be checking that out instead! This is the original theatrical trailer. The story of a city cop caught in a deadly cat and mouse game, where the prey becomes hunted and... posted February 20, 2006
e-Life Sci-Fi
DIRECTOR'S CUT! Ever wonder if there is life beyond the screen? Enter the incredible world inside your PC, brought to life by all-new special FX! Every microsecond a lifetime, every powersurge a stor... posted February 16, 2006
e-Life Sci-Fi
Ever wonder if there is life beyond the screen? Enter the incredible world inside your PC, brought to life by all-new special FX! Every microsecond a lifetime, every powersurge a storm! Film Stats --... posted February 16, 2006
She Horror
A horrifying tale of no return, this chilling piece is an homage to one of the spookiest horror stories ever written. A young man and wife spend an ordinary evening at home, but an eerie presence begi... posted February 2, 2006
Jungle Warfare Action
Several commandos operate a long-range patrol through dense enemy jungle. The tension mounts as the unit encounters heavy resistance! Experience the exotic and lush tropical world of southeast asia...... posted January 25, 2006
Day In The Life of Killing Bill Romance
Beatrix Kiddo (Uma Thurman) ponders her next move when she is suddenly confronted by an assassin. Can her instincts survive the frenzy? Director's Note: Is it just me or is everyone a critic? And som... posted January 20, 2006
Day In The Life of Killing Bill Romance Not Rated
No Description posted January 20, 2006
Escape From Brooklyn Comedy
"Call me... Snake." Set just before the Escape from New York saga, Snake Plissken (played by Arnold Swollenmember) appears as he was before losing his eye! Bruce Campbell makes an early appearance in... posted January 20, 2006
Girl In A Box Horror
My earliest endeavor into film, this short test expanded into the film you see here. I think the old graininess adds a classic quality that you can't mimic in later years. Thanks for the positive feed... posted January 20, 2006
Above Clouds of War Action
A soldier infiltrates an airship, killing her crew and facing down the evil commandant. But the ship it hit by lightning and our hero must parachute to safety... posted January 20, 2006
Bruce Campbell vs Mortal Desire Romance
"Sitting in a chair. Surrounded by evil. Low of time." Old zombie-warrior extroidinaire Bruce Cambell faces old age in the shack he can't seem to get away from... and falls in love with an evil from the dead. posted January 19, 2006
Old Woman Short Misery Action
A short, kooky film featuring alll original music! Again, more of a teet, but the results turned out quite funny. An old woman makes her way home, stopping to mend her pantyhose, and lets loose with ... posted January 19, 2006
The Darkest Continent Horror
Experience the chilling tale of far away, and the legacy of mysterious past. A priest recounts the story of an evil that left its seed to tear its victim apart... Director's Note: Previously had lots... posted January 18, 2006
Fist Full of Nothing Comedy
Aidan Martin is Dirk Calhoon, a salty dog of the old west... and now a sweeper. Witness to the evil deeds of Mayor Black, Calhoon loads up and goes after the man himself in a showdown of cunning and r... posted January 18, 2006
Jungle Jim Romance
A love story set against the deep jungle. Scarlett Timmins is the innocent damsel swept off her feet - quite literally! Aidan Martin the wild man called James Jungle! It's the adventure, the romance o... posted January 18, 2006
Jungle Jim Romance Not Rated
No Description posted January 17, 2006
Fist Full of Nothing Comedy Not Rated
No Description posted January 17, 2006
The Ninja Saga - Way of Blood Action
On a dark and stormy night, on a hill high above the sleeping city, a young ninja completes his training in the deadly art. His master awaits the outcome of his deadly trial, as a mercenary armed with... posted November 16, 2005
The World Dies With You Action Not Rated
Brad Steele races to thwart a doomsday plot by Doctor M. posted November 15, 2005
Angels With Rapid-Fire Machineguns Comedy Not Rated
No Description posted November 15, 2005
Mortal Desire Romance Not Rated
No Description posted November 15, 2005
The World Dies With You Action Not Rated
No Description posted November 15, 2005
 
Movies Reviewed by CptJoker
The Terrible Old Man by slarner Horror
Truly an excellent film - breathless, eerie, and utterly riveting. One of the finest I've seen in TMO! reviewed September 16, 2008
Letters from Baghdad by ralfduran Romance
At least controversy gets you many reviews, but I wouldn't count it as a victory. The spirit of this film is in poor taste, despite the grand illusions you have of high-minded intellectuality. There i... reviewed April 29, 2007
Who Wants to be a VCillionaire- Ep2 by eobaggs Comedy
Even better than the pilot episode! It's more polished, though still could use more dramatic effect. I loved the addition of the "phone a friend" option! You've got something really good going here. T... reviewed April 28, 2007
Who Wants to be a VCillionaire- EP 1 by eobaggs Comedy
Truly exceptional! Satirically clever and a brilliant mimicry of the original show's spirit - I thought it would be impossible, but was delightfully (and hysterically) proven wrong! The banter was gen... reviewed April 28, 2007
Mars by Yodabob Sci-Fi
Wow! At the end I couldn't believe it had been only 15 minutes. I was completely transfixed for the entirety, pulled into an amazing, truly moving adventure! Great performances by the cast lent an emp... reviewed April 22, 2007
Enigma - End Game by ubernewbie Sci-Fi
Outstanding! A truly epic film. Creating plausible sci-fi universes in no mean feat, and this film's attention to detail creates a fully-realised world both compelling and interesting! While some of t... reviewed April 20, 2007
Am I Stereo or Mono? by Norriefpb Sci-Fi
Neat demo! Sound is often one of the most overlooked facets of TMO movies and this deepens that pool nicely. Kudos! reviewed April 14, 2007
Fade To Black II - Utopia Rising by ubernewbie Sci-Fi
Excellent! Truly intriguing, despite some flaws... This isn't a perfect film, but whatever quibbles I have with some of the script and visual editing are more than over-ridden by the enormous accompli... reviewed April 12, 2007
Watched - Teaser by jackalbane Horror
Wow! I'm... taken aback. That was outstanding! Chilling and thought-provoking, it totally had me drawn in! This is a film worth waiting for! Excellent! reviewed April 8, 2007
The Courage Within III by MefuneAkira Sci-Fi
A masterful film, filled with all the thrilling hallmarks of Mefune Akira: style, pacing, mood, conscience... What an amazing accomplishment! Brilliant casting, excellent music, killer edits... what i... reviewed April 6, 2007
Stir 4 - The Abyss by AnotherNewDawn Action
Chilling. Absolutely chilling. A rare gem of a film that transcends the limitations of the TMO medium and truly moves its audience. Not just a thoughtful piece but an incredibly emotional one as well,... reviewed April 2, 2007
The Dead Cases Teaser3 by jase180 Action
If the rest of the film achieves this level of detail and timing then we're in for a hell of a show! Noir with a twist - sounds like gold to me! THIS is how trailers are made. reviewed March 31, 2007
Into the Shadow - Part 1 Overture by sherwinliu Romance
Stylish and intriguing, this classy noir kicks off with powerful overture. The city is brought to life even as it is drained of color, its players blossoming with character as their troubles display a... reviewed March 1, 2007
Disaster by duxy Action
I'll give it 4 for being something a little bit different - sameness is a curse more and more common in Hollywood (and, by extension, everywhere else films are made) so films that try new scenarios ar... reviewed June 13, 2006
The Light in the Dust - Part 1 by DecadentPictures Horror
Easily the most sophisticated film I've seen on TMO! Immediately draws you into an engaging and mysterious story, with style oozing from every direction: atmospheric, original music, vivid characters,... reviewed May 13, 2006
Dream Ride by sherwinliu Romance
A great film, with good, well-acted characters and a well-crafted plot. But I keep having this urge to add "... for a TMO film." This is a brilliant achievement, with solid editing and dialogue flowin... reviewed April 4, 2006
Revenge of the Gun by Firestalker5 Action
Cool start. 5 stars because I can feel a good story coming - this was like a pilot episode to a series! Very good choice in shots, the editing was nice and lean; instantly created atmosphere. This is ... reviewed March 23, 2006
What A Rush by rjb2112 Action
Cool song, shame about the synching prob. Nice, fluid editing even so, and it ends up working brilliantly. reviewed March 23, 2006
Black Gold by madgoat Action
I really can't give it higher than a 3, and that's for the hard work involved. The plot, while unique, is too full of cliches to be called original, and lacks obvious direction, drifting from one scen... reviewed March 10, 2006
Fast eine Liebesgeschichte by Daninsky Romance
We have all been there... seen something so beautiful slip away... What an amazing film! That you can captivate the audience silently is incredible - every movement of the characters becoming their fo... reviewed March 10, 2006
Devolution by nightmare2146 Horror
Kafka! If you didn't mean to reference his material, then you've at least done it by accident. :) It plays out very much like a kafkaesque story: an everyday man who encounters horrifying situations t... reviewed March 10, 2006
Dont fear the Reaper - Directors Cut by MisterC Horror
I was a little torn over how to review this: at times you show some ingenious camera angles and shot combinations that really dramatise your story (such as the end), but then at others the flow is int... reviewed March 10, 2006
Broken Thoughts 2 - Teaser by satansmunchkin Romance
That was an EXCELLENT trailer! Normally I only give 4 stars, but the effort involved and the hauntingly perfect music... I have to give it 5. It's almost like a music video! I have no idea what the fi... reviewed March 10, 2006
The End Game (Teaser) by 02PARSIM Sci-Fi
A good trailer, presented the story well. Editing could have been a little tighter on the text and some shots to give it more drama - then you'd probably have had five stars from me! Keep it in mind f... reviewed March 10, 2006
Bobby by Mr_Rainbow Romance
Featured Review
Amazing and incredible witty too! You've done as much with a dog as Peter Jakson did with an 80-ton gorilla! Brilliant editing and design sold the illusion, and the voice-overs were brilliant (with pe...
reviewed March 9, 2006
A Man Called Death by Dysfunktion Horror
Thrilling. Gripping. Drawing heavily from the best of horror films throughout the decades ("Exorcist", "Don't Look Now", and "Psycho" come to mind) this spooky horror still manages to be a classic in ... reviewed March 9, 2006
Monologue about Life by chagidiel Horror
Haunting and thought-provoking, proving that minimalism, delivered well, can be extremely effective. Maybe more voice acting - but, then again, we're not all Robert Deniros! Very philosophical and ver... reviewed March 9, 2006
The Dark Key Light by TheMGMKid1 Action
Neat film, couldn't quite give it 5 stars as I felt the plot was lacking that critical "oomph!" - while it is a great noir, another feature of those films is their dramatic tension. You had the look a... reviewed March 8, 2006
Foreigner by Tarison Sci-Fi
A rather good film! It suffers mostly from inexperience (it was one of your earlies, wasn't it?) as there hasn't been much inter-scene cutting. For example: the smoking death didn't quite work, and co... reviewed March 8, 2006
The Evil Valley (El Valle del Mal) by Arawna11 Action
An incredible creation! Good use of backdrops and scenes resulted in excellent new sets, and everything had a very well-developed, cohesive design. A captivating story that even across the language ba... reviewed March 8, 2006
The Warbringer 2 Part 1 by zn1923 Action
When Robots Fight Ninjas! I really would have given this four stars if it had made more logical sense - why did it keep switching cities like Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? The battles were ni... reviewed March 8, 2006
The Missing by jjpatel Horror
Creepy "Psycho" homage! Very well crafted - when it's more about the performance than the limitations of TMO you know you've struck gold! Maybe even MORE performance in the voices, but 5 stars nonetheless. reviewed March 8, 2006
world of the giants by Irish_Scorpion Sci-Fi
I like a film that does clever things with backdrops. Gave your film a nice sense of scale. However, as has been stated previously, there wasn't a lot here for a film other than dialogue, walking arou... reviewed March 8, 2006
Loraine by rioghan Horror
Brilliant red herring beginning, totally had me going. If only it had gone somewhere from there... Ah well, you're editing was fluid and your characters well developed (given the amount of time.) Grea... reviewed March 7, 2006
Lust2 by satansmunchkin Romance
Very new art, and ironically the VOs' quality adds to the "independent" feel of the film. A great exploration into the turmoil of pubescent life, it not only speaks of your story but many like it... A... reviewed March 7, 2006
Memories of Life - A True Story by rposhard Romance
I've never had a TMO film bring tears - actual tears! - to my eyes... I cannot help but feel humbled by your wisdom and feel for your loss. What could I possibly say about the film? It was remarkable,... reviewed March 7, 2006
Sheriff Rooneys Itch by yeagmaster Comedy
Quite funny, nice that there was a story too not just a bunch of gags! The gags were, however, well-done if crude... Was it meant to be set in the desert? Small matter, it's a comic short! Good dialog... reviewed March 7, 2006
Diamonds For Breakfast by TheMGMKid1 Comedy
A touching romantic comedy with a true New York (or other big city) feel - which is surprising, given the lack of voice overs! I was going to give it 4 stars because the music didn't always match the ... reviewed March 7, 2006
Nuclear Weapons And You by sphinx86 Comedy
A burst of comic hilarity! Good deadpan by the doctor. An excellent short comedy! reviewed March 7, 2006
Faiths Journey Continues by Dulci Romance
A tidy conclusion to an excellent road-movie! They're the most difficult to do (TMO doesn't allow for many diverse shots) and your simple, clever use of backdrops was most effective. Well done! Some m... reviewed March 7, 2006
UAR Heaven and Hell by jsmith0316 Sci-Fi
An original story, at times even witty, with some great characters all around. Your only faults are that the pace seems to pause at times while a certain scene plays out - tighter editing could give y... reviewed March 7, 2006
The Job by Pazuthoth Comedy
Featured Review
As you've noticed, people appreciate a good first effort. Nothing new to add except: you've got potential! Just make 'em longer (as you no doubt already are), don't be afraid to cut scenes into indivi...
reviewed March 7, 2006
Wind Of The West The Legend of Jonny Law by NJRBlackblood Action
While your film made sense in the "cause -> effect" manner (ie. person shooting -> person dying) the individual moments themselves seemed rather random. In fact, the whole purpose of the film could've... reviewed March 7, 2006
The Beginning of the End by ichthusadmr Action
Featured Review
EPIC! A thoroughly convincing experience, with voices, sets, and costumes falling into place with a truly riveting story! From the explosive beginning you get a sense of immediecy that is difficult to...
reviewed March 6, 2006
Bravo two zero by frenkd Action
I was expecting a film about the legendary SAS squad Bravo Two Zero... but oh well, what we have is something like an 80s action film: I couldn't really follow the plot, everyone seemed to be shooting... reviewed March 6, 2006
Faiths Journey Begins by Dulci Romance
Excellent voice work, characters were well-developed and the plot unfolded at a perfect pace! Really made me want to keep on watching! reviewed March 6, 2006
MASTERS AND COMANDERS by DavidSS Action
Featured Review
While the editing and dialogue could have benifitted from further attention, you have truly realised an extremely difficult location. One immediately got the feeling of being in the Caribbean, and nev...
reviewed March 5, 2006
Lost Heaven by sphinx86 Romance
How to describe this masterpiece? More cinematic than a barrelful of Spielbergs; more noir than a box of private investigators; more witty than... well, me for a start! I simply loved the type of came... reviewed March 4, 2006
The Afflicted by sherwinliu Sci-Fi
There's an easy way to spot a great film. A couple of ways actually. One is the easy way in which your pointer heads towards "5 stars" as soon as the end credits have rolled in. Another is when you st... reviewed March 3, 2006
Little Big Horn by ClaudeGriffin Action
Not bad for a first film. Editing was good, but didn't support the story enough: there were no detail shots to give character, just lots of wide shots. Try to focus on getting the shots to tell a stor... reviewed March 3, 2006
Nuclear Explosion Tech Demo! by madmatt7g Action
I feel cheated... even for a tech demo. 4 frames of pixelated garbage from some archive footage? Next time: more tech demo, less annoying sub-characters. reviewed March 2, 2006
Blackbird by silver_fox_studios Action
This is a truly excellent film, with high production values right across the board! But more important than all the glamourous effects - of which there are plenty, and are simply spectacular! - the fi... reviewed March 2, 2006
Kops by ninette1 Comedy
Hilarious stuff! The flow was perfect and natural, and you really got the sense of a "snippet of time", that these are characters with, well... character! Excellent! reviewed February 26, 2006
Piano Man Urban Warrior I by JazzX Romance
No story, just a man playing a piano and the director's word that he's having some sort of flashback, still wearing the same tuxedo. Very nice music, but there seemed to be no point. I assume he's goi... reviewed February 26, 2006
MASCOT (Trailer) by JazzX Horror
It was an okay trailer, but I couldn't give it three stars just because it didn't compel me to want to watch the film. Maybe without the rabbit? Seems more like Raimi horror-com, which is a rather tri... reviewed February 26, 2006
Innocence sacrificed by chocolatemouse Romance
If TMO were a competition, I would say that I just can't compete with films like your "Innocence Sacrificed". But since it's not a competition, let's just say it's inspired me to make a whole new clas... reviewed February 25, 2006
Retribution Volume 2 (TEASER) by ct_senge Action
I took the time... shame the editor didn't. Rather slow-moving for a trailer: just chop it down to size and it should be fine! Also, it's on the vague side... maybe some more text? A good start. reviewed February 24, 2006
The Unwanted Hetero by MefuneAkira Comedy
Great short story, perfectly natural cinema (except for maybe the homosexuals of course :) encapsualted in an intellgent script and terrific sounds! Ace! reviewed February 24, 2006
You Cant Do That! by sphinx86 Comedy
Comic genius - like The Daily Show and Weird Al magically combined! Also excellent editting and A+ voice work! With a more dynamic musical soundtrack you'd be set as a timeless classic. reviewed February 24, 2006
Ape Planet by MovieMan42 Sci-Fi
Nice design, could have used some tighter editting. reviewed February 18, 2006
One Terrible Night by Flipmanburn Horror
A commendable piece, well editted (as advertised :) although some scenes might have benifited from even closer cutting, just to keep the excellent momentum going! I was going to give it 4 stars, but t... reviewed February 17, 2006
Priest and The Virgin Final Episode by ninette1 Comedy
Excellent cinematography - well crafted shots! A bit abrupt, but I loved that bar scene. Good stuff! reviewed February 16, 2006
Eye of Cerberus by Bolch Action
Excellent work. Nice atmosphere and blocking: character movement and interaction was fluid and natural. Admirable work on the fight scene. Perhaps a little more proofreading on the dialogue - but I'll... reviewed February 15, 2006
Oh Its On 2 Tora Saru Bakuhatsu Plus Plus by mixmasterfestus Action
An astoundingly amazing film! It's visuals are crisp and, to say the least, the most novel I've yet seen - and more importantly added to the film's very classy design and feel! But not stopping there ... reviewed February 4, 2006
resident evil remake by perrybigs Horror
Cool film. reviewed January 25, 2006
Here Lies The Billy McGee Story by 6-Headedmonster Action
okay... reviewed January 20, 2006
KING KONG 1940 by StevenKreg Action
An awesome film! Like the real Kong, this film has succeeded in creating a 50-foot tall ape! Faster editting with a more cinematic direction - wide establishing shots, reverse angles, etc. - would've ... reviewed January 19, 2006
Trials of the Empire by Majicman182 Action
Very excellent costume design. Good, cinematic direction. reviewed January 18, 2006
Double Dare by sexypenguin41 Comedy
Short, but to the point like a well-told joke - but what was that WW2 scene at the end? reviewed January 18, 2006