jamespetts
Number of Movies: 4
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 3.43

Number of Movies Reviewed: 259
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 5
Average Rating Given: 2.18
 
Movies Released by jamespetts
Cold Dawn Sci-Fi
An office cleaner begins to realise that it is not just another normal day at work... Featuring custom title sequences using overlays, voiceovers, and a little custom music, as well as plenty of Free... posted June 25, 2006
Man Walks into a Bar Comedy
Why do so many jokes start with, "So, this man walks into a bar"? *** Galaxy Studios' Western epic, "The Borderlands" is coming soon to TMO: http://allboards.lionhead.com/showthread.php?t=162785 posted May 1, 2006
Man Walks into a Bar Comedy Not Rated
No Description posted May 1, 2006
The Baggage Boy Comedy
I know that everybody has seen this old chestnut many times over, but I'm really quite fond of it, and I wanted to test the online uploading system before doing anything serious with it. I have been ... posted December 17, 2005
 
Movies Reviewed by jamespetts
A Bushranger in Texas by Armand Comedy
That was rather good, actually! Better than most of the films here, and genuinely funny, too. reviewed October 2, 2008
HALLOWEEN by murderpictures Horror
Not a bad first attempt: a little derivative, but I suspect that that was the idea. The main problem is that, without dialogue, some scenes are hard to follow, and one gets no real sense of character.... reviewed December 26, 2007
The Gunnerist Dead at Dawn by kingpengvin Comedy
The funniest Western on TMO. Very well-done voice acting (both technically and artistically), excellent jokes and wonderful timing. A diamond in the rough of TMO comedy, showing that good films are of... reviewed July 23, 2006
Pax Romana by TheMGMKid1 Romance
Enchanting and delightful: superb use of backdrops and set dressing, a beguiling plot, wonderful music, and some lovely voice acting make this one of the best romance films that I have seen so far on ... reviewed July 23, 2006
wizards of the compass1- complete by ranger21 Action
An intriguing and delightfully made film with one or two annoying flaws that detracted from the overall effect. The most notable problem was that the sound levels were not set very well, such that th... reviewed July 23, 2006
The Light in the Dust - Part 2 by decadentpictures Horror
Very impressive; very impressive indeed. An intriguing development from the first episode, this episode is more compelling and more tightly presented than its predecessor. One of the most complicated ... reviewed July 23, 2006
Vision Of Fear - Episode 2 by tebbotis Action
I could hardly take in the plot because the subtitles went so fast. It was all that I could do to concentrate on what was supposed to be happening, and was not, therefore, able to relax and enjoy it, ... reviewed July 16, 2006
Keyhole by 1movieisallittakes Horror
This is a difficult film to review, because it is simultaneously very creative (and demonstrates a very good understanding of what makes the horror genre work) and rather rough around the edges. The ... reviewed July 10, 2006
The Auditions by pauks Comedy
That was quite funny in places (I quite liked the ending), but many of the jokes fell flat because they weren't delivered terribly well, and it was actually quite hard to hear what was being said at t... reviewed July 9, 2006
Confessing the Blues part 1 by ryanjm Action
That's really not bad at all: nicely edited, well-written, and, above all, a good plot. There was a real sense of suspense when we realised why the men were there and what they were going to do, and a... reviewed July 9, 2006
Country Kools by cronicclapper Action
Featured Review
Superb - one of the very few films on TMO that takes character development seriously; the result is a compelling and intriguing story about how a downtrodden orphan becomes a ruthless outlaw. Wonderfu...
reviewed July 9, 2006
Ninjas In Space by docontheweb Comedy
Good, solid light comedy: very competently put together, excellent voice-overs (albiet with some technical issues: watch out for clipping and mind your EQ: there are threads about it in the TMO forum)... reviewed July 9, 2006
Vision Of Fear by tebbotis Action
An interesting idea, and a film that got better as it went on, but it has problems: firstly, the editing, especially near the beginning, is not terribly sharp: we see one too many establishing shots o... reviewed July 8, 2006
Thats Got To ing Hurt by omemaster Comedy
That's just an unconnected collection of stunt scenes with ungrammatical and random subtitles. reviewed July 5, 2006
Encountering Arnold by 6-HEADEDMONSTER Comedy
Very funny crank sales call, but unfortunatly spoiled by the painful background hum, and the fact that the woman's voice was often overpowered by the noise of the typing. reviewed July 2, 2006
Lawless by sorrow13 Action
An interesting film, and clearly one into which a considerable amount of effort has been put, which, despite many nice touches, doesn't quite hold together as well as one might hope. The overall plot... reviewed July 2, 2006
The Priest Wore Red by rjmcneal Horror
What was that all about? reviewed July 2, 2006
The Baggage Boy by UngratefulDead Comedy
This one was always funny. reviewed July 1, 2006
High Hopes Sanitarium by ninette1 Horror
This is very impressive: most original, well cut, generally good atmosphere, and mostly well-edited audio. The idea was well-considered, and the idea hung together well (it was somewhat reminiscent of... reviewed June 29, 2006
Lionhead News by FraasMovies Comedy
That's three minuts and twenty-seven seconds of my life I want back... reviewed June 29, 2006
Movies 101 by big_fart Comedy
"The Movies is pretty limited, but the human mind is not": excellent quote: that really does sum up the position. Very useful tutorial, nicely done. I give it three stars because I'm rating it as a fi... reviewed June 26, 2006
Pirates ! by Richegroover Action
That's delightful; for the most part, very well done. Lovely music, extremely good use of custom costumes and customised sets (and, for that matter, modding in general: the swords were impressive), an... reviewed June 22, 2006
Exploding Toads by msaeluk Comedy
That's really quite funny: exploding toads, indeed. The lyrics are good, and rather well done. Clearly somebody knows how to do audio properly. That tune is going around in my head now... reviewed June 22, 2006
Seth Malfait The anti-Sheriff by Jel Action
Um, why are they fighting with knives when they have guns? reviewed June 20, 2006
The Light in the Dust - Part 1 by DecadentPictures Horror
Stylish - very stylish. Engaging and very watchable, a great deal of attention has been paid to the details (details that many other directors miss), and it has really paid off: excellent voice acting... reviewed June 14, 2006
Security Camera by Buccura Action
Interesting and innovative: nhardly compelling or enthralling, the story is very simple, but an intriguing demonstration of what a free camera can acheive. reviewed June 10, 2006
sweet dreams by Jason Harcourt Comedy
Not exactly Stephen Spielburg material. reviewed June 7, 2006
THE FLYING FRUITLESS DETECTIVES by kwistufa Comedy
A nice demonstration of what S&E is capable of. reviewed June 7, 2006
Night Of The Living Dead by Deadmaniac Horror
The bad grammar in the subtitles made it unwatchable, and, even given the limitations of the game, it could have been much closer to the original. The deviations were aribtrary and entirely killed the pace. reviewed June 4, 2006
Dreamtown by Rik_Vargard Action
This is the Twin Peaks of TMO - stylish, but I haven't a clue what's going on. reviewed May 31, 2006
StevenKreg E True Moviewood Story-Pt1 by Stormwhitelab Comedy
Funny, but a rather abrupt ending. reviewed May 27, 2006
Manny Jones ON TOUR! by benstudios1991 Comedy
That's quite funny. Some nice moments. reviewed May 27, 2006
Girls Named Jane by postmodernchuck Romance
A very well-written and powerful film, giving an intriguing and well-constructed insight into the disconnected and sordid life of the abused girl. The moment with the police officer, when it almost se... reviewed May 21, 2006
Youve Got Spam! by kuroken Comedy
Funny! Zombie computers indeed... reviewed May 21, 2006
The Gritty West by Tarison Action
In many respects, very impressive: generally well-written and well-voiced dialogue, a largely compelling plot, mostly good editing, and some fairly impressive mods. The characterisations in particular... reviewed May 21, 2006
The Death Of Movie Reviewers by riott007 Comedy
Irritating, not funny, music copyright infringement. reviewed May 13, 2006
Bull Run by savage_rabbit Action
What would have been a superb film totally ruined by the utter impossibility of hearing more than half of what the narrator was saying, owing to the direful audio quality, and the fact that his voice ... reviewed May 10, 2006
Darwins Nightmare More tales from Africa by Sheelba Action
Hmm, intriguing; a slightly abstract social commentary, with some good editing and use of music. There were a few glitches, though (such as the aircraft not having a motion-blurred propellor: Photosho... reviewed May 8, 2006
Silver Bin Shorts - 1 by Elrinite Sci-Fi
The lymmeric didn't fit the action, and wasn't funny anyway. You could at least have had a voiceover for it, instead of subtitles with bad grammar. reviewed May 8, 2006
Blood By Moon Light by theagendabook Horror
Intriguing and stylish: interseting music, but I couldn't really follow what was going on. Was it more of a music video than a film? reviewed May 8, 2006
AMERICA! by dfpiii Comedy
Quite funny, but the timing isn't all there, not all of the jokes work and, whilst some of the voices are good, some aren't. reviewed May 7, 2006
Baggage boy (porn version) by EdWoud Romance
Truly dreadful. reviewed May 7, 2006
F-stop by nick21989 Action
Totally lacking in substance. This appears to be a collection of random scenes. reviewed May 7, 2006
Confession from an Alcoholic by akinis Romance
Quite a poignant description of alcholism, and very well-voiced (both technically and artistically: the former is often overlooked), but it was a little predictable, and not really much of a *film*. W... reviewed May 7, 2006
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Dylen Horror
Very nicely done, good voice acting (although sometimes the levels were a bit off, so that it was simultaneously a little hard to hear and too loud), and impressive special effects. The ending, howeve... reviewed May 7, 2006
One Terrible Night by Flipmanburn Horror
It was nicely done: I see that you, like me, realise that "The Movies" is perfect for making genre pastiches, and, just like you said in your description, you followed all the conventional elements of... reviewed May 4, 2006
The Third Generation by nutzhouse Horror
Some intriguing ideas, but the dialogue was so hard to follow that it really spoilt it. Some of the spoken words were hard (and sometimes impossible) to understand, and, worse, there were often times ... reviewed May 3, 2006
Dragon by Sonfaro Sci-Fi
An intriguing film, and quite a hard one to rate: on the one hand, the presentation and pace were very good, and the voice acting and dialogue were well written and performed (although some of the voi... reviewed May 3, 2006
Throwdown in El Ray by Flipmanburn Action
I must say, very impressive: certainly the best Western that I've seen on TMO, and one of the best films overall. Excellent editing (I loved the beginning: it's unusual to get a beginning of a film so... reviewed May 3, 2006
A man walks into a Bar by JMcnish Action
Um, what? I'm sorry, it really didn't make any sense at all. reviewed May 3, 2006
Dealing with Demons by big_fart Horror
Very nice voices, both tecnihcally and artistically (I note particularly the reverb effects and the impressive range of voices) an intriguing idea, generally well-executed, although, as with many TMO ... reviewed May 1, 2006
Hope and Consequence by kos78 Action
Very good - it just missed being a four star through lack of context and consequent lack of depth of your main character (and the intonation of the voice actor could have been a little better, I'm afr... reviewed May 1, 2006
Attack of the 5-Star Ninjas! by McCusto Action
It had its moments, but didn't really hold together very well, I'm afraid. reviewed May 1, 2006
Dark Snowflake by Yogurt_King Horror
I had some trouble following this one, I'm afraid: it was rather unclear to me what exactly was supposed to be happening. Perhaps it was just a bit too subtle for me, but there is such a thing as bein... reviewed May 1, 2006
Once I Loved A Boy by riott007 Romance
Kind of funny, not sure why it's listed as a "romance" instead of a "comedy". Some lovely one-liners, though, such as "...seeing as how we've been going steady now for, ohh, thirty minutes..." and "Do... reviewed May 1, 2006
A Ninjas Day Off by Gunslinger19 Comedy
A cute idea, and some funny moments, but I'm afraid that most of the jokes are rather too obvious, and it really drags in places (such as the launderette). Also, the lack of voiceovers didn't really h... reviewed May 1, 2006
Hunters Moon by Jackal1984 Sci-Fi
Not bad: quite a well-developed plot, on the macro scale at least, although some issues on the micro scale (such as how the man managed to pick his way out of 22nd century locks with something invisib... reviewed May 1, 2006
Dr Yes by maniacc0 Action
It's clear that much effort has gone into this film, in respect of the voice-acting talent in particular, but I can't help being left with the feeling that, if there was more focus on the film's plot ... reviewed May 1, 2006
Buddy and the Zombie part 1! by EthanRunt Comedy
It didn't quite work, I'm afraid: although the idea was cute, and the voice-acting was mostly creditable, it was very hard to follow the plot at times (what did the car crash into? Why were they sudde... reviewed May 1, 2006
Skin Deep by ubernewbie Romance
The voice-acting, dialogue writing and editing were all top-notch (apart from the occasional blowing on the voice: stay further away from your microphone), but the ending was just too bizarre to work ... reviewed May 1, 2006
The Pie Man Cometh by speilucasberg Comedy
A bizarre and hillarious eclectic comedy, with excellent voice-acting and some delightful timing and puns; the cow song is genius. One or two small criticisms, though: firstly, having subtitles as we... reviewed May 1, 2006
Souled Out by h_finocchiaro Romance
It's hard to know what to make of this one. It's quite well put together, with good voice-acting (apart from the breath noises: will people never learn to talk further away from the microphone?) and e... reviewed May 1, 2006
Baggage Boy VS MrSkeleton Man II Part 2 by Hobo_Man_Jr Comedy
Despite everything, quite amusing in places. reviewed April 29, 2006
Baggage Carousel v1a by Different Romance
Very nice: a stylish film with substance and bite; well edited, with a delightful custom score, and a plot that really goes somewhere. One of the few films that I've seen that really works well withou... reviewed April 28, 2006
The Park (Walter Walter Everywhere) by dezkat Romance
Featured Review
A film so bizarre that I'm not sure what to make of it. Was it a work-in-progress, or an experiment?
reviewed April 23, 2006
The Afflicted by sherwinliu Sci-Fi
Intriguing. A very original idea, generally well-executed. Good voice-acting, mainly competent editing, and very well-written dialogue, combined with a plot that progresses well and creates sufficient... reviewed April 22, 2006
The Cottage by djg24992 Horror
Some nice ideas, and the music and introduction are quite good, but I'm afraid that it really doesn't hold together very well. It's hard to place exactly what the problem is that gives rise to the eff... reviewed April 20, 2006
FEY Chapter One by Jackiethepeapod Sci-Fi
An interesting idea (although I don't see why it needs to be broken up into two-minute chunks), and a sensibly suspensful beginning, but the voiceovers of the mother and the friend were extremely hard... reviewed April 17, 2006
Quickgun Jones by cooltrip71 Action
Interesting. One of the more competently put-together Westerns that I've seen on here so far. The use of the music scores that came with the game is very good, as is the editing and timing, and everyt... reviewed April 17, 2006
To Tell A Story by starworks Horror
It's quite slickly edited, and the voiceovers are good (although the levels are way off sometimes, which is quite a big problem), but the plot doesn't cohere: the female (ghost) character's motivation... reviewed April 16, 2006
Horror House by Ryanandy Horror
The quality of the sound is so poor that I could barely make out what anybody was saying, and it was so painful that I had to stop watching after a few seconds. reviewed April 16, 2006
The Manny Jones Show (Episode Two) by benstudios1991 Comedy
Quite funny. Good timing. The intro song is good. Quite odd in places, though. reviewed April 16, 2006
The Manny Jones Show (Episode 1) by benstudios1991 Comedy
Kinda funny. Good editing. reviewed April 16, 2006
The TMOscars! by StevenKreg Romance
Very cute, very slick; ingenious idea, well-presented. reviewed April 15, 2006
The failed experiment by _yo_nas_ Horror
An intriguing idea: you evidently have a head for a good story. The execution, however, was a little crude, and the badly spelt and poorly punctuated subtitles, conveying often unsubtle dialogue, did ... reviewed April 11, 2006
Night of the Living Papa Bear by Dragythedrag Horror
The overall idea is not bad at all, but I'm afraid that the execution is rather lacking. The dialogue could be worse, although it could be an awful lot better, and were you trying to see how many diff... reviewed January 22, 2006
Steel Gun to Heaven by Choppinsumwood Action
That was really very impressive. Some of the technical problems that I describe below nearly made me give it three stars instead, but the cohesiveness of the plot and the generally (albeit not univers... reviewed January 18, 2006
Tree Farm by plopphizz Horror
That is really rather good; an extremely original idea, with some excellent voice-acting, a high standard of editing, and a good plot. It so nearly got more stars, but a few things let it down, I'm a... reviewed January 15, 2006
Eternity is Too Long by J3Bsh Action
Was that supposed to have an ending? Because it didn't. Your audio was way, way, way out of synch with the visual by the end (approaching ten secnods, I think). It also became repetitious and dragged ... reviewed January 14, 2006
Night of the Living TMO (special edition) by crazeyal Comedy
Very funny! The subtitles that said the same thing as the perfectly competent voiceovers were irritating, though, and it was slightly flat at some points. Still, very funny. reviewed January 13, 2006
Off The Reacord with Lionhead Studios by sarunit Comedy
Very good; excellent voiceovers, for the most part, although some pops and blows are evident, and it's generally quite funny throughout. The out-takes were quite good, but a bit long in comparison wit... reviewed January 12, 2006
The Life of Lyndon B Johnson by leather_apron Action
How drunk were you when you made this? reviewed January 10, 2006
Night of the Living Bums by Matthew74 Horror
Doesn't make any sense. reviewed January 10, 2006
The Baggage Boy by Mark1963 Comedy
The best of the in-game made films. reviewed January 10, 2006
Outlaws! by PamDennis Action
Not at all bad; the plot is a smidgen thin, but it flows well enough; the monologue is well written and quite well-performed, although the pace is off in one or two places near the card game. Not at a... reviewed January 7, 2006
Monkey Business by jeremykemp Comedy
This looks like an error. Eight seconds, one line? reviewed January 7, 2006
The Purifyer by Cobalt Action
Doesn't work, I'm afraid. It's very unclear what is going on for most of it, which is not helped by the fact that you use subtitles rather than voice actors (voice intonation carries a great deal of i... reviewed January 7, 2006
Seeds of Evil by Throwaxe Sci-Fi
A rather good parody, although slightly disjointed at times, and some of the jokes good have been funnier. Also, the music did not always fit the atmosphere and pace, and the subtitles over the dialog... reviewed January 7, 2006
Unknown Agent by poster55 Action
Not at all bad; holds together quite well, which is important. It's a very big shame that you couldn't get any voice actors for the dialogue, though: it makes an awful lot of difference to how things ... reviewed January 3, 2006
Flamenco Fandango by TomServo3k Action
Hmm, a difficult film to rate. It is so nearly much better, but the flaws, few though they are, are too great. Firstly, the unnecessary subtitles are painfully distracting. Why have you included them?... reviewed January 3, 2006
Tombshine by kite56 Horror
Doesn't make any sense, I'm afraid. Who is the man shooting at. What is he afraid of? Who is laughing? Who sucks at what and why? What is the film about, exactly? reviewed January 3, 2006
On the Loose by Stormwhitelab Horror
"And this is for not bring us extra clothes". That line of dialogue rather sums up the quality of the whole film. "All your base are belong to us". reviewed January 2, 2006
Shaded Christmas by Suladead Horror
I am not sure that this fully makes sense; if you are restricted to four minutes, then you have to write a story that can be told properly in four minutes. This is too brief to work, and I'm not even ... reviewed January 2, 2006
False Dawn by benjaminjdowell Romance
Made by the game with subtitles added. reviewed January 2, 2006
The Lottery (30 Seconds of Bliss) by ozman69 Comedy
Nothing special. Mildly amusing. Annoying sound effects in the background. reviewed January 2, 2006
Dead Wronged by Ratqueen Horror
Doesn't really work, I'm afraid: there is far too much dialogue to do without voiceovers, and the whole story does not hang together; what has an old Wild West Indian bringing people back from the dea... reviewed January 2, 2006
Witness of the Shadows by gerb33 Horror
Intriguing but odd. The dialogue - well, monologue - is interesting, but the delivery (and sometimes the dialogue itself) is stiff and does not fit the pace. The protagonist's character is also not te... reviewed January 1, 2006
If I Had The Stagecoach Set by Ratqueen Comedy
Amusing idea, and some nice moments, but disjointed, and much of the humour does not work. Evidently the subject of some real effort, though. Good luck in getting the Stagecoach set! reviewed January 1, 2006
Night of the wolf by Spade0013 Horror
Please don't anybody use that knife scene ever again. reviewed January 1, 2006
The Assassin by alex_7941 Action
Badly written dialogue (at least learn when to use capitals and apostrophes), the plot didn't go anywhere, the editing was shoddy in places (what was the assassin doing during that long wedding scene?... reviewed January 1, 2006
Lacey gets beaten by a Girl and Arrested by 44simon44 Action
Quite funny; nothing particularly special. (Why a squeaky-voiced Irish cowboy?) Would have given it two stars, but there is clearly some real attempt at proper characterisation, which always deserves ... reviewed January 1, 2006
She Was a Phat Ride by Doc_Z Comedy
Funny in places, good editing and use of props, but it doesn't really go anywhere interesting. reviewed December 27, 2005
Loose Lips Sink Ships by jesaja89 Romance
It made sense until the ending, which was just silly. reviewed December 26, 2005
The Replacement Elves by worryman Comedy
Quite funny - but flawed. The dialogue is wooden, and the plot never really goes anywhere: a long time is taken on the description of the system, and then we get the robots beating up the one elf, and... reviewed December 26, 2005
The Conscience by patty82 Horror
This film is extremely difficult to rate. On the one hand, the sound-track, the editing and the appearence (makeup/costume) of the ghost is superb, and creates a masterfully suspenseful atmosphere wit... reviewed December 26, 2005
The Old Western Flick by OhhAhh101 Action
Made sense until the ending: he knew full well why he was in prison! And why was he lying down all of a sudden? Evidently a first attempt, and, unlike many people's first attempts, yours makes sense ... reviewed December 26, 2005
The Farter's by dongino Action
For goodness's sake, grow up... reviewed December 24, 2005
Good Idea-Bad Idea II by Deikon Comedy
Doesn't work quite as well as the first one, I'm afraid: it takes far too long for a relatively simple joke. reviewed December 24, 2005
Good Idea-Bad Idea by Deikon Comedy
Good sketch! I loved the Animaniacs. reviewed December 24, 2005
My Tree is Bigger Than Yours by Deikon Comedy
This is a nearly film. It didn't quite hold together, I'm afraid, although it had its moments: the intelligent special effects with the giant tree were especially good. Some of the voiceovers were a b... reviewed December 24, 2005
The Office by markrichardbehenna Comedy
Quite funny in places, but not exactly polished, and the grammatical and spelling errors in the subtitles were painful. I rather suspect that it works a lot better as an office in-joke than a film f... reviewed December 24, 2005
Love Immortal by Death13 Romance
In some respects, nicely done: I like the music and the custom titles, but it rushes through the plot so much that it doesn't give any real chance for characters to develop, and misses an essential so... reviewed December 23, 2005
Edgar Allen Poes - The Telltale Heart by justin_in_bangor Horror
Quite well done, but please, *please* fix the missing apostrophe in the title! And be careful with your microphone: the audio quality is not your computer's fault: it is yours for not holding the micr... reviewed December 23, 2005
Christmas The freedom way by Yngvelli Comedy
Poor knock-off of Scholastic Films Intelligent Design with a Christmas theme. reviewed December 23, 2005
Lykin Vaile Revenge by dragonseye Action
Doesn't make any sense. reviewed December 23, 2005
Pwned by phredcetera Comedy
That's quite funny. Problems with the editing when the girl leaves the house (we see her inside opening the door, then two establishing shots outside, then we see her opening the door outside: it does... reviewed December 23, 2005
King Kong 1941 (Act-Two) by StevenKreg Action
Usual excellent special effects, although the radio announcer's voiceover wasn't quite up to scratch. Also, it felt hurried in places. But still very good. reviewed December 23, 2005
King Kong 1941 (Act-One) by StevenKreg Action
Still leading the way with special effects, another excellent film in the Kong trillogy. Voice acting and editing superb, as ever. Only slight criticisms were the fact that the crowd didn't go silen... reviewed December 23, 2005
Well Ran Dry by eremus Horror
At the halfway mark, I was depressed to discover that there was as much again of the film to go. reviewed December 22, 2005
Father Gabriel: The Dead Walk by TheBeowulf Action
Shoddy editing marrs what would otherwise have been a mediocre film. The good voice acting (when it is audible), passable characterisation, and interesting take on the main character's motivation save... reviewed December 22, 2005
Red High Noon by Feign Action
Hmm... quite an interesting idea, and the execution is not too bad, but it falls apart in places: while the voice actors are good, the sound quality in the dialogue is off (the levels are wrong, I thi... reviewed December 22, 2005
Halloween Call by JKjunior Horror
Good idea, but painfully marred by bad audio. The ringing of the telephone was several orders of magnitude louder than the the woman's voice, for example, which made it quite unpleasant to listen to. ... reviewed December 21, 2005
Somewhere at Christmas by Fedaredan Romance
Very nice; quite touching. Excellent voice acting (although the woman who plays the 14-year-old girl, although very good, needs to think about getting a new micriphone, or perhaps sound card), and goo... reviewed December 21, 2005
Your very own android by azuresama Sci-Fi
Has its moments. reviewed December 21, 2005
Inventory by azuresama Sci-Fi
That's quite funny! I loved those old adventure games. Ahh, the joy of being eaten by a grue... reviewed December 21, 2005
Come On by FoDooG Comedy
Bizarre. Excellent custom credits, very good music, and amusing in places, but the plot is disjointed and doesn't really flow. Still, it is apparent that much effort has gone into this. reviewed December 21, 2005
Pillocks At Dawn by pwflannery Action
Nice sketch. Good comedy moment. A more suspensful buildup at the beginning would have made it even funnier. reviewed December 21, 2005
Attack on The Movie Town by vetaz Comedy
Cute idea. Overly simplistic plot, but I like the fight-back. reviewed December 21, 2005
The Baggage Boy by pwflannery Comedy
Still the best of the game-generated scripts. reviewed December 21, 2005
Woodland Horror by mn-productions Horror
Intriguing. Oustanding voice acting marred by really bad audio quality (the buzzing means that there's a problem with the microphone), and some of the crucial moments (such as when he kills his wife, ... reviewed December 19, 2005
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes by lostwolfnesbit Comedy
Surprisingly funny. I like the petulant policeman, but the ending is rather abrupt... reviewed December 19, 2005
Do Apes Have Christmas by jammy2232 Comedy
Mildly amusing in places. reviewed December 18, 2005
Christmas American Style (final) by cdmvirt Comedy
Usual unintellectual leftist anti-commercial nonsense. reviewed December 18, 2005
The West by Ben_089 Action
Who are these people? What are they fighting about? It doesn't make any sense, I'm afraid. reviewed December 18, 2005
Cougar Juice Saves Christmas by Pulp Celluloid Comedy
That's quite funny, and rather well done. An extra star for the superb custom titles. reviewed December 17, 2005
Christmas the movie v3 by gameboy16nc Comedy
Ill-conceived, disjointed rubbish. reviewed December 17, 2005
Drunks tell the truth! by dekdes Horror
Not very funny, not very original, no real plot, doesn't work. reviewed December 17, 2005
Dead City Ep 1 with VO by tkmaster Comedy
The pace and mood are way off. Was it supposed to be scary or homely? reviewed December 17, 2005
tis the festive season by gamedude15 Comedy
Interesting... not spectacular, but a solid and comprehensible use of the santa costume and tree prop. reviewed December 17, 2005
The Movies Christmas Carol by glynner Comedy
Well done: really rather funny in places, and largely makes sense. The middle part doesn't quite hold together, though (it's not entirely clear why the consequence of an actor not being there would be... reviewed December 17, 2005
Naveed by INMEKRIS Horror
I'm sorry, what? reviewed December 3, 2005
They Came During The Night by mrcool1 Horror
No originality, no suspense, no real plot. Sorry. reviewed December 3, 2005
Great War Ending by BigDaz Action
Really doesn't work, I'm afraid. The first world war wasn't like that, and the characters don't have discernable motivations. The lack of voiceovers really didn't help either. reviewed December 3, 2005
Nosferatu by Yogurt_King Horror
The plot doesn't create any real suspense, although it sort of makes sense, and the font in the subtitles (interesting background idea, though) is far too modern to work. reviewed December 3, 2005
Storytime The Legend of the Hollow by rsole69 Comedy
Um... it doesn't really hang together. It's almost funny in a few places, hence two rather than one stars. The lack of voice acting didn't help, nor did your apparent determination to use nearly every... reviewed December 3, 2005
One Star Bandit by Sevenhertz Comedy
That's quite funny. Good special effects, too. reviewed December 3, 2005
Deli belly by einrib13 Comedy
Childish. reviewed November 27, 2005
Terror Tales - Of Chief Concern by HyperGnome Horror
Really rather good, although not entirely original. Very well cut, and especially good sound, but the characters lacked (much) depth, and the plot was a little simplistic, which detracted from the sus... reviewed November 26, 2005
KING KONG 1940 by StevenKreg Action
Very well done, although could do with higher sound quality in the dialogue someimes, and also just better dialogue on occasions. Extremely imaginative use of sets and props, however, and best special... reviewed November 26, 2005
Drunk Girl by Radedge Comedy
Mildly amusing in places, but the "woman's" voice is obviously a man, she doesn't sound any drunker later on, the dialogue is hard to hear at times, and it doesn't really hold together. The man's voic... reviewed November 26, 2005
The Movies Ad Contest! by Sleeves Comedy
More theatrical than cinematic, but that was, perhaps, purposeful. Evidently professional voice-acting, and novel use of visuals. Evidently lovingly-created face, quite original and works well. Can dr... reviewed November 22, 2005
Honeytrap! by Velouria Romance
Hmm, intriguing. The fragment is a bit too short (I think that it's generally better to bite the bullet and release one long film, rather than lots of two minute long parts), but there's real work on ... reviewed November 22, 2005
Snap by dubbya Action
Plot didn't really hold together: an axe on the kitchen floor? And why did they not just run away immediately. No real deapth of character, either. reviewed November 22, 2005
Assignment by SirDrakeX Horror
A very good effort, and kudos for the serious attempt to bring mood and suspense into your film: one of the few ones that I've seen that has done that. However, it doesn't quite work. Firstly, the sho... reviewed November 22, 2005
Wicked Loving Lies(dc) by Kellysheroes Romance
The film was positively painful to watch, mainly due to the dire grammar and syntax in the subtitles (Why Do You Feel The Need To Begin Every Word With A CAPITAL LETTER?), but also because of the cons... reviewed November 22, 2005
Huff Committee THE MOVIE by HuffCity Action
Utterly incoherent. reviewed November 22, 2005
Ninja Social Club by MagusFilms Action
Um...? Why do they live on such a busy road? reviewed November 21, 2005
under the door by mastersmithson Horror
Autogen rubbish. reviewed November 21, 2005
How To Get Rid Of The Undead by justin_in_bangor Comedy
Amusing in places, but just who was the man in the cabin? reviewed November 21, 2005
Confessions Of A Supreme Being by Strondor Comedy
Quite funny, but nothing special, and the voices of the conquored peoples always sounded the same: like chipmunks underwater. reviewed November 21, 2005
The Substitute Wives Theory by hero164 Comedy
Very funny, and delightfully original idea. Well-cut, too. Male voices slightly wooden, though, although the female voices are quite good. And a trueism isn't the same thing as a truth! reviewed November 21, 2005
Risen by matneee Horror
Doesn't work: wooden dialogue, infodump, no suspense, ending makes no sense (why would he die just by hitting her in his car? Why is she wearing that when buried?). reviewed November 19, 2005
Lost Love by pierrepiper Romance
It doesn't really have much of a plot, does it? reviewed November 19, 2005
Howling Jack1 by Strondor Horror
Interesting twist with the warewolf thing, but it wasn't entirely clear what was happening until later. Also, once they started fighting, all the suspense had gone. Furthermore, the dialogue was an ob... reviewed November 19, 2005
City Of Lights - Pandora by Purify Action
Cohesive plot, but storyline needs developing. It would work much better if, for example, you first established that the henchman and Pandora were in love, that it was not known to Pandora's father; t... reviewed November 19, 2005
Liaison by Keithcrash Romance
Reasonably well cut together, and it almost makes sense, but what exactly was it supposed to be about? reviewed November 19, 2005
One Night With Tony Burton by DNR Comedy
I couldn't hear what he was saying properly because of the music, which should have ended before he started talking. reviewed November 19, 2005
Pious by Pengy Horror
Quite well cut, but what exactly was it about? reviewed November 19, 2005
The New Spy by kursmith Action
Good intro, but where's the plot? Without dialogue, nothing makes any sense. reviewed November 19, 2005
Frying Tonight! by scott34 Comedy
Autogen. reviewed November 19, 2005
ASBVC - Violence in Videogames by AlexStar6 Comedy
Mildly amusing in places. reviewed November 19, 2005
The Fungus Among Us by Les_Filling Horror
Doesn't succeed in creating suspense, dialogue doesn't work, and why does the police officer have a shotgun? Doesn't hold together. reviewed November 19, 2005
Its banned for a reason by TomServo3k Comedy
Not a bad idea, and some amusing moments, but the voiceovers (especially the ones other than the main character) are distorted through excessive volume, and the subtitles don't make much sense. It's a... reviewed November 19, 2005
Beer! by topdeck1 Comedy
Mildly amusing in places, but doesn't really hold together, and humour is quite immature. Timings are a bit off, as well. reviewed November 19, 2005
Inhuman Assassin by Buccura Sci-Fi
That's not at all bad: well cut together, good action movie stuff. The plot was a little simple, though, and not as suspenseful as it could have been, but that can be said of a good many "real" films,... reviewed November 19, 2005
Happy Petes awkward moments by Jaree Comedy
That's quite funny. Could be longer, though. reviewed November 17, 2005
MANMAN 1x01 MANMAN vs BUNNYMAN by Cheve Action
Mildly amusing. reviewed November 17, 2005
The Death Neighbour by CyberOps Horror
Interesting; not bad in places. Not much in the way of plot (and little suspense), but I like the custom titles, and I'm intrigued as to where you got the music from. reviewed November 17, 2005
Car Chase by sigourneybeaver Action
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That is actually very funny. Obviously created by the game, but, still...
reviewed November 17, 2005
Hypnotic by unessential Romance
Well cut together, but lack of dialogue and continuity errors make it hard to follow. reviewed November 16, 2005
Video Dating - Wilfred Brimley by DeusExMachinima Comedy
Funny. reviewed November 16, 2005
Demons Gamble by AlexStar6 Horror
This is a nearly film. There is a serious attempt to make a plot, and the voice acting works for the most part (the woman with the red hair is particularly good), but be careful with microphone noises... reviewed November 15, 2005
A few More Seconds by revmidni Action
Not at all a bad plot, which is unusual for films uploaded here, and it's well cut together, too (albeit a little over-spliced once or twice). It's good to have competent voice acting, too, although t... reviewed November 15, 2005
The Bounty by Nillock Sci-Fi
I'm not sure that it quite works, I'm afraid: how does your hit-man decide who to kill, exactly? The opening was nice, but it was rather downhill from there. Not bad voice acting, though. reviewed November 14, 2005
Rainy Day by Crazy_Movies Action
Not bad at all: first attempt that I've seen here of creating some real suspense, and it nearly works. What I don't understand, though, is how a man armed with a knife overpowers two police officers a... reviewed November 14, 2005
The Final Encounter by Darastrix Action
Not bad: makes sense, which is a change, but the music doesn't fit with the plot, of which there isn't enough to create any suspense, so nobody really cares whether he shootes the axe-murderer and sav... reviewed November 14, 2005
Smoking is bad mmkay by Doc_Z Comedy
Extra stars for the mod and the anti-smoking message! reviewed November 14, 2005
Stalingrad by ssgtluke Action
Um, really nothing special, I'm afraid. It's competently cut, but there's no real story: just a general scene of a battle. In a war film, the audience is supposed to follow a character or group of cha... reviewed November 14, 2005
Gorillas That Ive Mist by corinthian Comedy
Not bad. Has its moments. Humerous in parts. Competently cut. But lacks real suspense or plot, and isn't quite rollong on the floor hillarious. At least there's an apostrophe in the right place in the... reviewed November 14, 2005
Loves Beginning by hero164 Romance
No Review reviewed November 14, 2005
Fable The Movie by stumpythefrog Comedy
Really quite funny, well cut, cohesive, good use of reflexive irony. Not spectacular, but solidly good and genuinely amusing. reviewed November 14, 2005
Projects of The Dead by xphoenix23 Horror
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The plot sort of makes sense, which is more than I can say for most films here, but there's no suspense, and the (subtitled) dialogue is as wooden as the Horse of Troy.
reviewed November 13, 2005
jolly ho-ho by scleemon Comedy
The usual rubbish. reviewed November 13, 2005
Killing For a Shilling by UngratefulDead Horror
Nonsense. Autogen. Musical glitch to boot. Half a star. reviewed November 13, 2005
Huntress Of Sol by sildarin Sci-Fi
Incoherent autogen. reviewed November 13, 2005
A Question Redux by worldwriter Comedy
Was that a film or a sketch? Either way, it didn't make sense. The woman's voice was rather amusing, though, in a Monty Python sort of way. reviewed November 13, 2005
America of the Future by Kaenash88 Action
Attempt at satire. Too overtly political. Didn't work. reviewed November 13, 2005
Stalker by markrichardbehenna Action
Try to give your films a cohesive plot. reviewed November 13, 2005
The Influence of Alcohol by RSJ62483 Comedy
This is just a random sequence of bar comedy moments arbitrarily spliced together with some irrelevant dialogue. The only remotely funny part was the "I thought for a moment I was sober" line at the b... reviewed November 13, 2005
Heel the World by Crazy_Movies Action
No plot, no dialogue, no mood, no suspense, inappropriate music: autogen. reviewed November 13, 2005
The Evil Dead by itani Horror
At least make an effort to think of a decent plot and spell your subtitles correctly. reviewed November 13, 2005
The war game by djelements Action
Please make an effort before uploading films. reviewed November 13, 2005
bothers in arms by callywally91 Action
Your dialogue is so mis-spelt that it doesn't even make sense. reviewed November 13, 2005
The Stakeslingers by woad Horror
Just no... reviewed November 13, 2005
The 6th Street Horror by Chubz Horror
Doesn't really hold together. reviewed November 13, 2005
Rural Rampage by wildstyle75 Horror
Doesn't make much sense. reviewed November 13, 2005
Fallen by dragintav Action
Hmm, interesting. Because of the lack of dialogue, the plot in the middle section is very unclear, and it drags, but I've given it two stars (rather than my usual one for an incoherent or unclear plot... reviewed November 13, 2005
A Thousand Seconds by James009 Action
I'm not sure that I fully follow the plot here. I'm giving it two stars because it's clear that there's some effort gone into it, but that's a generous rating. Be careful also not to hold the micropho... reviewed November 13, 2005
The Bandit Bartender by Lewis_Morgan Action
Doesn't work: far too short. And be careful with the subtitle spellings. Distinguish "You're" and "your". reviewed November 13, 2005
How to lose a Wife by ecobot3001 Comedy
Incoherent. reviewed November 13, 2005
Dead By Dawn by IamTheMoo Horror
Not bad in places: some interesting shots, and some of it was quite well cut together. Black and white would have been better than hand-coloured stock, which never seems to work terribly well. However... reviewed November 13, 2005
Subway Ninjas by randolf00123 Action
Please be careful with the microphone... hold it to the side of your mouth, hold it still, and keep it a hand's width away from your mouth when you're speaking. reviewed November 13, 2005
A Tall Tale (Part 1) by randolf00123 Action
Hmm, not bad: you have the atmosphere there, but mind the popping "p"s when you narrate (hold the microphone to the side of your mouth, not in front), and sometimes it's a little over-narrated (make m... reviewed November 13, 2005
From War to Hell and Back Again by tom_bz Horror
A horror film set during war time isn't a bad idea, and there is some real innovation in technique here, but the plot is unclear: where exactly does the deserter go, what is the German doing in the hu... reviewed November 13, 2005
The Restraunt by zodious Comedy
That's quite funny! Pity about the spelling error of "throw", though. reviewed November 13, 2005
One Way Ticket by chrisoraaron Sci-Fi
It has a plot that makes sense (if one ignores the fact that the protagonist's wife sometimes mysteriously turns into a man), so it's better than many here on that account. But a horror film should ha... reviewed November 12, 2005
The Hitman Cronicles - The Beginning by FreeloaderZ Action
That's not bad, better than many here, but the ending is a bit abrupt (although, do you mean this to be the beginning of a series? If so, then it's hard to rate each film individually). Also, the subt... reviewed November 12, 2005
Home Of The Braves by DoseOfOwnage Action
Um... whatever. reviewed November 12, 2005
Fonzies Big Secret by hokkendire Comedy
For goodness's sake. reviewed November 12, 2005
The Tragedy in Coinsidence by RSJ62483 Horror
Total nonsense: what was that all about? How did she come back to life? reviewed November 12, 2005
Jailbreak by roaddogg2k2 Action
Makes sense, which is more than most. reviewed November 12, 2005
The Macho by Materiexy Comedy
You were how drunk when you made this? reviewed November 12, 2005
The Unfortunate Date by InvisibleJib Comedy
Not bad. Vagualy amusing. At least there wasn't a knife fight. reviewed November 12, 2005
Love Forever by jaz Romance
Not bad. Cohesive plot. The timings were often off, however (how long does it take a bullet to get from a gun to a person, exactly?), and it could have done with actual voices, rather than subtitles, ... reviewed November 12, 2005
Ghouls Night by DeadlyAccurate Comedy
If you're looking for the plot, try underneath the sofa. reviewed November 12, 2005
Rise of the Dead by bko376 Horror
Not at all a bad zombie film, although it does have a goodly few things that don't make sense (why can one "kill" the zombies just by shooting at them, for instance?), and the ending does not make for... reviewed November 12, 2005
Dead End by liquidphantom Horror
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Enough with the knife fights already!
reviewed November 12, 2005
Together forever by Mamboprincess Horror
Horror films should have suspense. This film doesn't. reviewed November 12, 2005
The Heist by DeadKennedys Action
A creditable effort: it actually makes sense, which is a great deal better than many others uploaded. However, the music does not fit the evident era of the film, the lack of dialogue makes it rather... reviewed November 12, 2005
Jessie by terrible-lie Horror
Can't somebody make a film without a fight scene for a change? At least it sort of made sense. reviewed November 12, 2005
My Trip Through The Movies by richke Comedy
Quite funny. reviewed November 12, 2005
Sympathy for the devil by Drevon Horror
A mish-mash, albeit a very long one. Was the idea to use every single set, musical score and fight sequence in the game in the one film? reviewed November 12, 2005
Starstorm by Nillock Sci-Fi
Not bad. Makes sense, at least (for the most part), although quite simplistic. Competent voice acting. reviewed November 12, 2005
Wrong Arm Of The Law by Ghaleon2573 Comedy
I don't follow. reviewed November 11, 2005
GoodBye Boris by ProdigyStudios Horror
Almost semi-coherent in places. reviewed November 11, 2005
Scholastic Films Intelligent Design by DeusExMachinima Comedy
Lacks coherence. reviewed November 11, 2005
Beowulf Legend of Grendel by Kamikazizakimak Action
More gratuitous knife action. Autogen with added subtitles? reviewed November 11, 2005
LA Undercover Preview by BigTender Action
Some interesting and original ideas: making a trailer, for instance, and using the subtitles as credits. reviewed November 11, 2005
The Ditcher Part I by jtc456 Horror
Almost made sense in places. One tip: stay further away from the microphone. reviewed November 11, 2005
Space aint big enough for the two of us by Dethfoot Sci-Fi
Not bad. Some real effort has gone into this film, and it is quite amusing in places. The apathetic hero is a nice touch: "I'm gonna kill you, or something". reviewed November 11, 2005
Detective Winchester by CrazyDiamond Action
A bit basic, but it does sort of make sense. reviewed November 11, 2005
The Baggage Boy by jztemple Comedy
Wonderful film, excellent comic timing, one of the best examples of a 1920s era silent film that I've seen on this site. reviewed November 11, 2005
Skull Of Iron by MOBABYn4EYES Action
Confused nonsense. Autogen. reviewed November 11, 2005
Dead underground by GRAHAMSMITH Action
It has a sort of coherent plot, but it's unclear exactly what's happening: why don't they get off the train when it stops, throw the bomb out of the window, or escape to the other end of the train? reviewed November 11, 2005
A Look Back by Shock0neThree Action
Interesting. Coheres, and even some idea as to motivation, but most aspects need developing. reviewed November 10, 2005
Shoot-Out At Sawtooth by Pulp Celluloid Action
Some attempt at plot. Sort of makes sense. Thus, better than most films uploaded here. reviewed November 10, 2005
Shootout at Dawn by Orgull Action
No dialogue *or* subtitles: I have no clue what's going on. At least there isn't a random knife-fight. reviewed November 10, 2005
king KING begins by tutur92 Comedy
This movie makes me sorry that there is no zero-star rating. If I see the face-stab routine one more time, I'm going to implode. reviewed November 10, 2005
Dogpants by Sam Comedy
What? reviewed November 10, 2005
The Bloodening by _220 Horror
Random scenes. No cohesion. Autogen. reviewed November 10, 2005
ROBERT GUNN The Omega Conspiracy by ct_senge Action
Another fight scene with a random intro. Autogen? reviewed November 10, 2005
Outlaw Jones Part 1 by savage_rabbit Action
It's just a fight scene with no particular motivation. And the voices are too similar to each other. reviewed November 10, 2005
Cabin Fever by _LarZen_ Horror
It's one of the ones automatically generated by the game, isn't it? reviewed November 10, 2005
Hitler Nightmare 3 by killer668 Action
Um, have you ever seen the film, "The Producers"? reviewed November 10, 2005
The Man In The Cheap Suit by Anim8r2b3 Romance
Um... were the subtitles added after the game automatically generated that sequenece? reviewed November 10, 2005
Forsaken by Str8jackit Action
Hmm, not bad. A cohesive war sequence, but the overall plot didn't seem to be very clear beyond "there's a war and people are trying to kill each other". It wasn't entirely clear which character was w... reviewed November 10, 2005
Dont Make Me Axe You Again by Str8jackit Horror
Hmm, not bad. A cohesive war sequence, but the overall plot didn't seem to be very clear beyond "there's a war and people are trying to kill each other". It wasn't entirely clear which character was w... reviewed November 10, 2005
The darkest poem ever to burn away by Ravenhoe Romance
No Review reviewed November 10, 2005
Far From Home by Sookta Action
More cohesive than many other movies uploaded here so far (9th of November 2005), but the characters' motivations were still a little cloudy: the soldiers beat up their serjeant because they don't lik... reviewed November 10, 2005