Iriseon
Number of Movies: 19
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 3.95

Number of Movies Reviewed: 108
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 11
Average Rating Given: 4.2
 
Movies Released by Iriseon
Fried Tabasco Horror
Surreal horror. It was a dark and stormy night... spiritual successor to Cooking Bridges. By Chaunge, Iriseon, & JackyG posted August 26, 2006
Verboten Horror
An ostensibly scary movie that predictably turns awry with the aid of chemically-enhanced voiceovers. In other words, I wrecked an otherwise good horror movie with silly voice-overs. Due to the extr... posted August 25, 2006
Cutting Cutie Romance
A romantic comedy from 1942 performed in story-mode. It wasn't really supposed to be uploaded but I liked the way it came out. VO's done "gonzo-style": all in one sitting, extemporaneous, no retakes,... posted August 24, 2006
Cooking Bridges Horror
Surreal horror. A demon's dreams. A long night of partying by Chaunge & Iriseon. posted August 4, 2006
Cooking Bridges Horror Not Rated
Demon dreams. Directed and produced by Chaunge & Iriseon posted July 23, 2006
Illegal Aliens - Genesis Sci-Fi
The beginning of a possible trilogy. Extensive use of voice-overs and free-cam shots. The aliens' outfits on the planet are their space-suits and the outfits they wear on their ship are their normal... posted July 5, 2006
Criminal Insanity Comedy
Dialogue fixed, be very afraid. Foul and surreal. Just Say No! I was in a weird mood when I wrote this dialogue. It could have been a better movie if the message and tone remained cogent. Whoops! posted June 29, 2006
Agita Directors Cut Sci-Fi
The final draft of Agita, a very prolix sci-fi movie that suffers under the weight of it's own dialogue. The message is intended to convey a measure of the dangers of tyranny and the corruptibility o... posted June 18, 2006
Janitor Jake Takes a Holiday Sci-Fi
It should be called "Janitor Jake Takes a Break." Silent film, no voice-overs or narrative. Does Jake go insane or is he killed? posted May 29, 2006
Breaker 190 Action
My first uploaded movie with recorded dialogue. Very fun to extemporaneously spout off ridiculous lines. There are blatant goofs in a couple scenes with the lighting and costume changes. I would lo... posted May 15, 2006
Agita Sci-Fi
A sci-fi movie that centers around tyranny and the evolution of individuals from reformers to dictators...or something. Yes, I tried to get all prolix and crammed way too much dialogue into the scene... posted May 14, 2006
Mohawk Marauders Horror
A ghost-town's last remaining survivors square-off against the Native American tribe in a final feud. Though the tribe is referred to as Mohawks, mainly because of their distinctive haircuts, it's es... posted May 13, 2006
Criminal Insanity Comedy
The voices in my head made me do it. Foul dialogue and surreal stupidity. Yep, this could have been a good movie with different dialogue but I was in a weird mood. Whoops! posted May 8, 2006
Agita Sci-Fi
No Description posted May 6, 2006
Conflict Resolution Action
Two roomates argue, one's a slacker and one pays most of the rent. Rent-dude hires a hitman to murder the degenerate, pays the hitman's slick boss, and then he gets offed in the street so there's no ... posted May 4, 2006
Ruff Frontier Romance
This movie is an example of using the included music and animation in The Movies to make a pure emotional movie, irregardless of dialogue. Hey, the dog seems happy and he doesn't understand any words... posted May 4, 2006
Ruff Frontier Romance
No Description posted May 4, 2006
Firelight Horror
No Description posted May 4, 2006
Poor Puppy Love Romance
No Description posted May 2, 2006
 
Movies Reviewed by Iriseon
DARWIN by verguit Action
Those were some spectacularly creative displays of movie wizardry. It's been awhile since I've been on this site, perhaps I need to look around. Yes, the trailer's short but nonetheless instructional. reviewed November 15, 2006
THE DEAD WALK episode 2 part 1 by verguit Horror
Despite scattered discrepancies between VO quality and the unfortunate audio synch delays, this movie deserves 5 stars for the story, atmosphere, and free-cam shots. You seem to have the director's e... reviewed November 9, 2006
Crystal Lake by mikeychaos Horror
Horror by the numbers. Fairly routine but executed competently. reviewed October 25, 2006
Kid Whiskers by Goldflash Comedy
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You've made a new genre: Cowboy Tranny. It ain't easy bein' cheesy.
reviewed August 31, 2006
Insanity by Goldflash Horror
I don't really know what scared her in this movie but her feet covered in vomit was enough to scare me. reviewed August 31, 2006
The Unkillable Spirit by Goldflash Action
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Awww, those two drive-by reviewers don't know what they're talking about Goldflash. I've been having a flavor of that type of garbage myself lately. Click the link on your studio page right beneath ...
reviewed August 31, 2006
ON by sidy Romance
This is an awesome horror movie!!! You did a great job with the direction of the scenes and the sense of timing is perfect. I bow to your superior storytelling skills. The custom music helped enhan... reviewed August 31, 2006
The Necromancer Lives by IseCreme Horror
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That Necromancer is a bad dude. This movie had some excellent pacing, a clear progression with no clutter, and a snappy soundtrack to boot. Definitely an example of precise and entertaining story-te...
reviewed August 29, 2006
Moon Over Your Town by Goldflash Sci-Fi
Dude, alien face-sucking...gross. Yet, it works, though I don't want to know what kind of mutant progeny will spawn from that particular union in the universe. reviewed August 29, 2006
Robots Revenge by Goldflash Sci-Fi
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Rough around the edges with a few scene hiccups and the unfortunate sci-fi dialogue text being nigh unintelligible at this bit-rate and yet....I can't find it within me to rate this film any lower tha...
reviewed August 29, 2006
Zaz by Goldflash Sci-Fi
That was really cool; I love these old-style films with the cheesy comic-book lines like "Zounds!" ALthough it's short, the film has very good direction especially considering the era in which it was... reviewed August 29, 2006
The Ticket by robertbogdon Comedy
"There's some weird stuff happening." Indeed, this man speaks the truth! reviewed August 28, 2006
Perception by Dulci Romance
Good concept film, but the message is lost amidst the questions. The proposition never becomes quite answered. The ultimate reasons for differing perceptions aren't presented but the circumstances a... reviewed August 28, 2006
GONE by Spookey_studios Horror
Anticlimatic pap & meaningless dialogue. Your reviews and content are postioned to appeal to lemmings. You make me ponder on why you gave me a retailtory rating of 1 for Fried Tabasco when I gave yo... reviewed August 27, 2006
Club Man 2 by Spookey_studios Comedy
Err, ahh, well....the VO was done in a funny voice. Other than that, this movie didn't seem especially inspired. A montage of possibilities sort of fell flat as a one-note plotline. reviewed August 26, 2006
Randy Dandys Guide To Becoming A Hero by Silly-Monkey-Studios Comedy
Great concept and execution. I really loved the tips in this movie, now time to get me some Gansta Threads. reviewed August 26, 2006
DIARY OF A BOY by exit-wounds Horror
Great film with an excellent voiceover. God job Hami13! The atmosphere and emotions evoked were strong for a TMO movie and the ending montage was executed quite well. Bravo reviewed August 26, 2006
Rama by uk36 Romance
I'm usually into the slightly off-kilter movies and especially the random scene warp here and there, but without some sort of narration, this movie is hard to follow and the plot is out of focus. reviewed August 26, 2006
Hitman Part I Training(final2) by Babar23 Action
This is an amazing film!! Magnificent art direction and masterful manipulation of the camera. A meticulously detailed and lovingly crafted masterpiece. reviewed August 26, 2006
Le Cimetière Des Dinosaures - Trailer by Babar23 Action
Excellent sets & use of custom dialogue backdrops, even if I wasn't able to understand; the appreciation for superb use of free-cam is universal. Good trailer ('.')b reviewed August 26, 2006
Government Surveillance by benstudios1991 Comedy
The helicopter flybys were especially well done and good VO to boot. Good film reviewed August 26, 2006
Roswells in trouble 1 (directors cut) by Jeefey Sci-Fi
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Looks like it'll be a good flick and it's good to see the jungle set pulled out. I hope you get your mic in time to VO the full thing to really get the full experience.
reviewed August 26, 2006
The Heroic Mr Pink by mountie218 Comedy
Well written and performed dialogue, good pacing & direction. Congratulations reviewed August 26, 2006
The Exchange by nbrooks Action
That was exhangey reviewed August 26, 2006
Bodom Beach Terror by DrummerKid Horror
Its like so time eo like sun when wont night should be face hovkey. help me make 396 ways time head off? watch friday 13 like cool time cop. to make key bored yum, so it can scare my cat reviewed August 26, 2006
Attack of the killer ducks by azoo134 Comedy
It was a good laugh reviewed August 26, 2006
Metamorphosis by ShiningIdeal Action
Ok, I normally don't like all the grandiose verbiage of super-superstitious and overly dramatic Dark-Gates-of-Hell type gobbledy[bad-word!] but this movie is a close exception. You gained massive poi... reviewed August 25, 2006
Kung-fu Detectives by Azn_boi9832 Action
Despite a few spelling errors and the unfortunate sound lag, the quality direction managed to shine through. It really was a good movie and surpassed expectations of the initial banal title. Can't j... reviewed August 25, 2006
Last Chance For A Slow Dance by esperanza15 Romance
This movie starts out as a good example of how to perform purely emotive type films without dialogue but quickly unravels at the end with the introduction of unexplained characters and a mystery motiv... reviewed August 25, 2006
Ghosts are retards by lecowles Comedy
Ghosts are retards. An informative look into the lives of dead folk. The only problem was the fact that the ghosts were ugly and didn't make pottery with the woman before they got married. That's a... reviewed August 25, 2006
Didnt See That Comin 2 by GH0ST0FTH3M0V13S Comedy
A musical and moving depiction representing the finest in performance enhancing substances. Time for a ho-down; I like the chow down song. Ciao. reviewed August 25, 2006
Western Assassin by Jeefey Action
Great job with the freecam shots, especially the vault sequence. A few typos and the fact that the bar-fight scene had all the characters dressed in the same outfit is the only thing that kept me fro... reviewed August 24, 2006
Scratches III by TTSurfer Action
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Good film. I liked the camera work while following the woman around. Everything happened so fast, it was a little hard to follow. Thank you for adding the English subtitles, keep up the good work!
reviewed August 7, 2006
Make Poop! (Music Video) by Dave180786 Comedy
That song was so good that i had to clean myself half way through. (with my tongue) That's right I ate sh*t!!!!!!! What if the poop ate you? reviewed July 22, 2006
THE DEAD WALK (R) by verguit Horror
A truly superlative film with spectacular effects. Tastier than brains and more filling than buckshot. You had a great VO cast, except for that President guy; his voice sounds like it was recorded t... reviewed July 18, 2006
Underpants Man - Teaser by biggstrek Comedy
Underpants Man, starring Butt Ugly....lol reviewed July 16, 2006
Lady Redfords Testament by VandrendeOrn Horror
A+ movie in every aspect. Free-cam work to it's fullest. Great story and implementation. reviewed July 16, 2006
Misguided Evolution by biggstrek Sci-Fi
Reminds me of Predator. =) Superb free-cam shots & editing. Truly a great film. reviewed July 15, 2006
Dawn With the Devil! by josephkw Comedy
No Review reviewed July 14, 2006
happiness lense by magic_school_bus Comedy
Surreal reviewed July 14, 2006
ERNIES SECRET by kingpengvin Comedy
Top-notch VO and dialogue. Great job reviewed July 14, 2006
They Came For You by jackbauer01 Horror
Mega-mecha-dittos reviewed July 14, 2006
Conquering The World One Kick At A Time by jackbauer01 Comedy
Extreme butt-kicking... except for Mao...or President Hu for that matter wouldn't go to Camp David...Chi-Coms liked Bill Gates better. reviewed July 14, 2006
911 ii trailer by darkloner Action
For a trailer, I really liked it. It's an appropriate length and gives a sense of the general direction without explicitly stating the plot. The shaking fire alarm effect was executed quite well. Y... reviewed July 14, 2006
Warning Plot Heavy! by markrichardbehenna Comedy
I love the way you incorporate the sensuous orchestral score interlaced intuitively with the soothing vision of a warm and erotic banana, erect upon a majestic table. Who did the voiceover for the ta... reviewed July 14, 2006
Faith and Paradise by Sheelba Action
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Immersive atmosphere, intuitive progression, excellent filming. The message is a fine one and you are to be commended for a splendid performance.
reviewed July 13, 2006
World War 3 by MOVIEHEAD Action
Um, er, well...the ending..... Besides that, there were some good free-cam shots in there and some creative mixing. Yet, even though it's a trailer, the scenes are so disjointed and random, there's ... reviewed July 13, 2006
The Round Table Show! by thebaloob123 Comedy
Oh dear God!! I Camealot!! All over the place. My love for this movie squeals as if being consumed by a town's worth of moaning, randy, naked, fleshless zombies. I have to take issue with your anach... reviewed July 13, 2006
Judge Pheer Pilot by cult_inc Sci-Fi
Excellent concept film, great innovation. (Could someone please tell me how to take a screen-shot in-game? Do I need an auxillary program or does The Movies have a screenshot button? I can't seem... reviewed July 13, 2006
Doomed Love by rose95 Romance
Dud's a creep!! What kind of flamboyant, tiger-shirt wearing, polyestered punk would dare do that to a woman in a Bunny Shirt? Bunnies are for petting. Eh, what's up, Doc? reviewed July 12, 2006
Out of Order by pookashells Comedy
Da da dow, duh da da da daa.... The best thing about this movie is the random examples displayed. The worst part is the Lost Signal sound. Ahhhhh, make the static stop!!!!! reviewed July 9, 2006
Terran Soul Episode 4 Retaliation by Dredrt Sci-Fi
Excellent use of free-cam and the SE expansion in general. The action sequences flowed expertly and the dialogue pacing was perfect. Congratulations on a job well done! reviewed July 9, 2006
Time Twister by MrAllison Sci-Fi
Puerile one-note gags makes the trailer tiresome halfway through. Shorten it up or make it a full movie. VO sounded scratchy due to distortion; pull back from the mic. reviewed July 9, 2006
The ToddFather by deenswe2003 Action
This movie's VO's helped to really immerse the viewer. Great progression & conclusion. reviewed July 9, 2006
Dry Bones by Cranium8768 Action
Thoughtful and insightful. The music & VO's did wonders for capturing the mood of the script. Bravo! reviewed July 9, 2006
It happened on Monday by Blunger1 Comedy
It should have never happened regardless of the day of the week. I can't find any reason to recommend this movie. reviewed July 9, 2006
ROL(thedeelie07) by verguit Comedy
As always, great interaction between characters there and a good job on keeping it breezy and fun. Robot Pirate Day is a great movie to review and promote; kudos for highlighting it. reviewed July 9, 2006
Ace N Deelie Robot Pirate Day by thedeelie07 Action
I found you through verguit's ROL & I'm glad I did. Comedy Gold; I'd hit that. reviewed July 9, 2006
ROL(Chiprocks1) by verguit Comedy
I was going to give this a 4 because you didn't actually review the film, but the VO was charming in it's way. As a standalone subplot, coupled with the unique concept, this is my favorite ROL so far... reviewed July 9, 2006
ROL(Meglomovies) by verguit Comedy
The buddy dynamic felt more substantial this time and really boosted the appeal of the review. I have to agree with the capslock chap NUNBERRY here in the idea of showcasing some quick screenshots or... reviewed July 9, 2006
ROL(Amateur-Associates) by verguit Comedy
I really like the concept here, but this one seems to meander in some strange tangents that always seem they are on the tip of comedy gold but never quite strike it rich. Build strong, verguit; your ... reviewed July 9, 2006
Bad Target by verguit Action
It was a good editing job, especially the sniper scene and the free-cam work on things like traveling down the basement steps and focusing on the clock in the shack. The only thing holding this back ... reviewed July 6, 2006
This movie for all the people of the world by sidy Romance
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Beautiful. That was a wonderful idea to use photographs over time. It's a nice dream to have for movies.
reviewed July 6, 2006
Mike Spindal And Flash Darkness Comes by Franklinjake Horror
I liked the clown's VO (you should really lip-synch them by right-clicking on the VO file in the maker) and his antics but I didn't really understand how that meshed with Mike and Flash. I thought th... reviewed July 6, 2006
The Delivery by pookashells Comedy
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I ate his pizza. It was overcooked by alien rays. I want a rebate. Seriously, what kind of pizza man is he if he can't even hijack an alien ship and be the fastest pizza delivery guy of all time? H...
reviewed July 6, 2006
6-word letter by pookashells Romance
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She was right!! No more sweet, sweet lovin'. That was sad. I'm going to go cry in my pillow now.
reviewed July 6, 2006
Mobile Madness by philip066 Comedy
Stylistic, what with the narrator giving examples and all and with your poor "crash test dummy" there. The ending was a bit odd though....you run out of proper examples? reviewed July 6, 2006
Guardians Of Evil 2 Lunchtime by BobbyWadd1 Sci-Fi
Excellent movie. Dialogue and characters were especially superb. The epilogue was very creatively done and well-executed. reviewed July 6, 2006
PRANK CALL PART 1 by hcir87 Comedy
This wouldn't have worked without that drunk guy on the other end. Ridiculous. Good idea making this into a movie. reviewed July 6, 2006
City Scapes of Gold by black99phantom Action
City Scapes of Gold is obviously a labor of love. The scenes & dialogue were well thought out. While the pacing was good for the most part (especially the chase scene), the movie could have been tig... reviewed July 6, 2006
Two Legends Trailer by tomacres Action
Very intriguing. I am eagerly anticipating this movie. As for the trailer, the VO's were well done for the most part, the characters were interesting, and the transitions were placed in such a way a... reviewed July 6, 2006
Inborn Act Two by MrSmithee Horror
I....hated this movie. I can't help it. Inborn Act Two is too confusing for it's own good and just seems weird for weirdness's sake. I...err...hated the voice-acting as well. The woman's inflectio... reviewed July 6, 2006
A Crumbling Nation by Tixso Action
This series has the potential to be good, but as it stands, I couldn't get into this movie. The transitions were hard to follow and alot of the cuts were too short to properly establish the scenes. ... reviewed July 6, 2006
Runescape-a Piss Take by jammydodger Comedy
Good concept and execution though the VO's were slightly unintelligible and the progression was awkward. reviewed July 6, 2006
The Mafia1 by johnnymaker Action
The Mafia1 is an overly long movie with lots of needless filler which leads to a discursive plot and lots of observational narrative-type VO's. Regardless, I really enjoyed the passion with which you... reviewed July 5, 2006
The Ritual 2 The Ascension by haaaaaaah Horror
Now that's a movie. Story, camera work, sets, sound all deserving of hyperbolized accolades. The apogee of TMO regardless of the charts. reviewed July 1, 2006
The Ritual by haaaaaaah Horror
You definitely know how to use the Freecam; you need no advice from me in the review. Good music, too. Couple of spelling mistakes, but it proves that you're human and not some supernatural entity. reviewed July 1, 2006
Red Rock by pawson Sci-Fi
You did a great job on the "morphing sequence." But the whole thing was just unbelievable. Ok, it's raining rocks, the city is burning, FEMA's nowhere in sight, and there's an indestructable robot; ... reviewed July 1, 2006
Sky-Man by pawson Sci-Fi
Why does Sky-Man wear a helmet? Is he allergic to recirculated & stale spaceship air? Can Sky-Man fly in space? Are they even in space? Is this the proper space to ask these questions? Sky-Man co... reviewed July 1, 2006
Go Back by pawson Sci-Fi
It's a twister! I would have given you 4 stars but I feel bad for anyone who tries to stab a robot. I have a heart; robots do not. reviewed July 1, 2006
EARTH XIII p1 by pawson Sci-Fi
Has potential, but there wasn't enough meat there. You did well on scene cohesiveness, but the juxtaposition of dialogue and narrative was slightly confusing for me. Either that or I'm tired and giv... reviewed July 1, 2006
The Time Traveling Salemen by jamestkirk Comedy
Giggle reviewed June 18, 2006
THE DEAD WALK(TRAILER) by verguit Horror
MMmm, brains! reviewed June 18, 2006
The Movies Cop !! THe nOOb by freddymurphy Action
I have to give you a 5 instead of a 6 because, in the scene where the car flips, the bottom of it is plain grey. No details or anything on the undercarriage. And I only laughed a couple of times, no... reviewed June 18, 2006
I Reckon by afireinside2 Action
Go Cowboys! Woo! Your description of I Reckon is perfect, "An epic yet simple tale of a cowboy chasing bank robbers." I reckon it wasn't simple to make; kudos for putting the time in to make a long movie. reviewed June 16, 2006
The Card by filmaker Action
I'm allergic to puns. You did well with the costumes and the scene juxtapositions but the story progression was slightly illogical. That being said, I didn't expect all that to occur out of a simple... reviewed June 5, 2006
American Democracy by tripmills Horror
I liked the voice-overs and the genuine weirdness of the dialogue and scenes. The movie was surreal, which made it hard to follow. The transition from basement-bum to President was too jarring. I co... reviewed June 2, 2006
Its Kung-Fu Frankenstein! by Pulp Celluloid Action
The drugs made me laugh. reviewed May 29, 2006
Sally and the Demon by showbiz1234 Comedy
I'll never date another demon again. reviewed May 29, 2006
Cowboys Life by agunst999 Action
That was a great movie. You had some great shots in there and some good synchronization with the musicial score. The ending was well done. reviewed May 29, 2006
Cigarette Commercial by Video_Capture Comedy
Poor Mr. Bird, he'll never know the sweet, succulent, tasty-goodness of a scrumptious cigarette. Birds are fickle creatures, supposedly related to dinosaurs, and you know where those things are today... reviewed May 29, 2006
Aliens from Planet Saturn by seanmdavis Sci-Fi
No Review reviewed May 16, 2006
Violent Weapon - Part One by the_richman Sci-Fi
Quality flick reviewed May 15, 2006
Stunde des Grauens - Directors Cut by seskaroc Horror
Spooky! reviewed May 15, 2006
Battle for Earth music update by MOVIEHEAD Sci-Fi
Fun movie reviewed May 15, 2006
The Master Part Two by Franklinjake Action
Very atmospheric, felt like a true movie in some way I can't explain....a couple of miniscule typos using "you'll guys will get along" and "some how" but I can't find it within myself to give this les... reviewed May 15, 2006
The Master Part One by Franklinjake Action
Good job synchronizing the music with the action. Dialogue also lined up nicely. reviewed May 15, 2006
Shadow Realm by bigboominc Sci-Fi
The music was very cool. The scenes were very disjointed, but I know you were going for a montage of frightful scenes. The characters were well done too, but it needed some more polish. I realize t... reviewed May 15, 2006
The Late Rufus Jensen by heliopolister Romance
Great concepts and dialogue. Creative use of sets and animations. reviewed May 13, 2006
World of the Baggage Boy by dragonclawmovies Action
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reviewed May 13, 2006
Area 51 - Dreamland by swordfish66601 Sci-Fi
I really enjoyed Area 51 - Dreamland. Great use of the sets, you could probably go gangbusters on something like this when the expansion comes out. reviewed May 13, 2006
Star Wars by swordfish66601 Sci-Fi
I can tell you worked hard at this and you definitely managed to include the correct sets and costumes, but the transitions were hard to follow from point a -> point b at times. Polish this up a litt... reviewed May 13, 2006
Zombieville by verguit Comedy
Great concept, only the lack of synchronization held it down. Would like to see more. reviewed May 13, 2006
The Gnetlemens Club by KenVal Comedy
A couple of the transitions were hard to follow but the jokes and surreal situations took up the slack. Irreverent and funny, horrorshow time. (I think that's the first time I've seen anyone use the m... reviewed May 13, 2006
Black Calm by KenVal Horror
It's the best movie I've seen on this site so far. Good job, KenVal. The music's not my cup of tea but, you're right, it fit the movie well. reviewed May 13, 2006
Far East Trouble (trailer) by Max-Rul Action
Political intrigue, very interesting. Neat trailer, I like the special effects you managed to add like custom backdrops and music. I still have a while to go with the movies before I feel comfortabl... reviewed May 13, 2006
The Galactic Bombshell by themasterbear Sci-Fi
No Review reviewed May 13, 2006
murder in the cellar by heliopolister Sci-Fi
No Review reviewed May 6, 2006