KarlBrown
Number of Movies: 5
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 4.62

Number of Movies Reviewed: 74
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 2
Average Rating Given: 3.97
 
Movies Released by KarlBrown
Penance Action
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Rude Boys Studio Presents! -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Penance "Penance" is a film made more as an experiment with the Western style of film-making, then any motion picture to produce a ... posted January 19, 2008
Priests and Paramedics Romance
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Rude Boys Studio Presents! -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Priests and Paramedics "Priests and Paramedics" is a film made by Karl Brown based on the song by the band Pedro the Lion by the sa... posted January 11, 2008
Blue Chicago Moon Romance
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Rude Boys Studio Presents! -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Blue Chicago Moon "Blue Chicago Moon" is a Film Noir motion picture that follows a private eye on the trial of a widow's murdered h... posted December 19, 2007
Love Leaves its Abuser Action
This is a Semi-Noir Action Romance film. It is the Director's Cut of my first film. http://movies.lionhead.com/movie/125037 I dont own Stunts and Effects, so I wasnt able to add too many of the thin... posted February 17, 2007
Love Leaves its Abuser Action Not Rated
This is a Semi-Noir Action Romance film. It is my first film I have made, and I dont own Stunts and Effects, so I wasnt able to add too many of the things I would have liked to. As a first film, it w... posted February 16, 2007
 
Movies Reviewed by KarlBrown
The Remedy Teaser Trailer by nexusinteract Horror
I'm not sure what to say here. . . This is not very entertaining, of a trailer. The Voice Over was very clear, and had good diction through out; though this is the only good feature of the whole piece... reviewed March 30, 2008
Who Wants to be a VCillionaire- Ep 4 by eobaggs Comedy
I'm very impressed with this series, from only this one episode I've seen; the idea of a game show made for TMO is great. Creative sets, props, and use of overlays. It was a bit hard to understand wh... reviewed March 22, 2008
THERIAN by crazymann09 Horror
You would benefit well from using a custom opening credit sequence, and voice actors. I understand it is difficult at times to obtain voice actors, within this community, and captions make an easier p... reviewed March 21, 2008
Infested! Trailer Two by rysto Action
I think the first trailer had a more impressive use of mods, but the title sequence at the end of this one was superb. I'm very impressed with your ability to take small things within the game, and br... reviewed March 21, 2008
Sparks Fly by deliriousstudios Sci-Fi
This film is an interesting take on an over-used idea. The concept was nothing new; only told in a new, dramatic fashion. But the delivery was nice, in the over-all completion of the scenes used and i... reviewed March 20, 2008
Welcome to Happyville by timothy_richmond_3 Comedy
Very clever and witty in its deliverance and writing, with a good cast set out to portray the unique characters presented in this film. Some jokes were a bit lacking in their luster, to say the least,... reviewed January 27, 2008
Les Coupables by Primaer Romance
I enjoyed the film thoroughly, though when trying to think of something to say about it in a review, I am not quite sure where to go. It is an emotional film, and not full of much dialogue, nor many ... reviewed January 22, 2008
Infested! Trailer by rysto Action
As should be expected from you; incredible use of modification. The small girl prop alone was absolutely a feature worthy of a standing ovation (although you could tell it was not originally a small g... reviewed January 20, 2008
Aya and Yumi Yumis Journal by madone69 Action
Music transitions were very rough, and though in few moments it was appropriate, I do not feel the lack of any seeming space in song looping was too over-apparent for a subtle flow to the film; it hap... reviewed January 20, 2008
I Think Im a Car by FredTheDuck Comedy
The free-cam used in the introduction was well under your control, but seemed to not lead many places; just a few random trees. This was further drawn on with the entire film that took the liberty to ... reviewed January 19, 2008
Bombshelter-Part2b by jase180 Action
I'm not a fan of leaving short reviews, but I can't think of anything more then everyone else has already said. This is truly a TMO landmark, with both films together. It is a shame the first had to ... reviewed January 19, 2008
Trailer - Overground Underground by FredTheDuck Action
A trailer produced in a professional sense of narration introduction of direction and actors, followed by a subsequent voice part of the actors themselves; or at least facial recognition. It has caug... reviewed January 17, 2008
Red Mafia Episode Two by Casserik Action
The one aspect standing out to me is the use of free cam. Each angle and each camera motion is a seemingly perfect choice for what needs to be shown, and what needs to be left out of the picture at pa... reviewed January 17, 2008
A New World El Paso (S2E1) by samyhouse Horror
A very interesting, and very compelling film. I had a series that I had intentions of creating a Western Horror with; now having seen yours, I do not feel it would be quite the same. The part that st... reviewed January 17, 2008
Piano2 by TheFlyingDuDe-Films Romance
I had to think some great deal of time on what to rate this film. Your camera control nearly ravaged its self off of the screen, and came screaming its quality with a mallet and agenda. The colors us... reviewed January 17, 2008
Outback Al by Silly-Monkey-Studios Comedy
I can't imagine the song was used with permission. No mention of who it was, or if it was granted to be used, is given; as such, I can not say much more then what I already have. Possible you run a ba... reviewed January 16, 2008
Empire (Part Three) by andy_inc Action
A film of visual pleasure (and at times hysteria, with few of those overlays) created unique by the large assortment of overlay and modifications brought to the screen. Few of the sets seemed blank, h... reviewed January 16, 2008
Empire (Part Two) by andy_inc Action
Compelling. The obvious strong suit of the film is the story, and its essence of capability to move both the audience, and its self in a very clean and proficient form. I admit I have not seen the fi... reviewed January 15, 2008
Country Kools Episode 2 by cronicclapper Action
A much more provocative film then the previous supplement in this short series. The opening sequence is on par with many of the well nominated films; however the repeated use of some camera angles tug... reviewed January 14, 2008
Country Kools by cronicclapper Action
This film was sitting on a balance beam for a review rating in my perspective that I have had to take the night, literally, to sleep on what I was going to say. My first impression was a three star ra... reviewed January 14, 2008
Preachers by Primaer Sci-Fi
Stunning! A film well in disseverance of all the praise and nominations it has already received, for it's unexplainably well written dialogue, atmosphere of the dramatic mood, and voice acting for an ... reviewed January 13, 2008
The Extra-Terrestrial by filipekholmstudios Sci-Fi
It is awkward to watch a film with the most of the characters in VO, and others in subtitles. I understand he had VOs and they were just quiet. But you could use a mixer and amplify the grain on his V... reviewed January 13, 2008
SINS by sparky1512 Horror
The best aspect of this film is its voice work, and the story those voice actors supported. A large congratulation must be passed on to you and your cast for this conquest, on the basis of such a leng... reviewed January 13, 2008
A Very British Sketch Show 1 by sparky1512 Comedy
Both clever and witty, with a driving and obvious sense of British humor that pulls the film through to its conclusion. Much classier then many comedy sketch shows seen here on TMO of late. Most of th... reviewed January 13, 2008
Tv Traveler by disney2000 Comedy
The voice over???s where hard to follow, but after the first minuet you seem to adjust to them, and listening is not as much of a strain. I assume they were all done by you, and I applaud the effort t... reviewed January 13, 2008
Painkiller Overdose Trailer by DorianRust Horror
I had a difficult time understanding the VO, and as such I must ask you take this review with a grain of salt, as I have watched it now twice in attempt of hearing the whole of the VOs, and things cou... reviewed January 13, 2008
Bombshelter-Part1 by jase180 Action
This film, from the open of the trailer to the end of the dialogue, creates simply by its outstanding cinematic presence of shot angle, character portrayal, and ambience of subtle hysteria inspired of... reviewed January 12, 2008
Innocent Pt 1 by RavensFan_09 Action
Film opened with very good use of free-cam, but it did not follow through the rest of the film. None of the sets, costumes, or scenes really jumped out at me, and it felt like I had seen the same thin... reviewed January 12, 2008
SKETCHES! by RavensFan_09 Comedy
At times witty, with a supplement amount of contracted moments in which the humor was simply too dry. With an attraction to comedy as many members of TMO have, this film will find its respected hole w... reviewed January 12, 2008
To TMO or Not To TMO by rileyman Comedy
The only Comedy on TMO I've ever enjoyed, and not had a problem seeing all the way through. The Voice Acting was better then nearly any other film I've seen, and this style of film is quite a new way ... reviewed December 29, 2007
The Hollow Dance - In The Name of Love by mixmasterfestus Action
Apsolutely stunning. I need not say anything else. reviewed December 24, 2007
Crossed by Rik_Vargard Action
A great story, based on a greater quote. The writing was a masterpiece, and delivered nothing less then expected from this director. The story was engrossing, and held your attention for the whole of ... reviewed December 24, 2007
Empty Wallz by ShyShy Action
Poor Voice Overs on most of the characters. Some of the more talented Voice Actors really carried all of the weight of the rest of them through the whole of the film. The story was lost in the action... reviewed December 24, 2007
The God Illusion - Part 1 by JazzX Comedy
Groundbreaking in ideal, amongst the TMO Community. I've never seen someone not only debunk religious belief with a video game, but to put strait forward information as to why you've done so, and prop... reviewed December 22, 2007
Daydreams of Waking Night by thebiz Comedy
I am at an absolute loss of words, trying to describe this film. It is such an innovation to what The Movies can do, but you did it using such simple methods of what seems to be just well thought out... reviewed December 22, 2007
A Day To Forget by Brandon310 Horror
A pretty good film, by the end. It kind of seems to lose focus in the middle, but it is likely you only trying to cram the story into a short time limit to make the film more accessible to the TMO com... reviewed December 22, 2007
Alone by RavensFan_09 Horror
Good choice on the Black and White filter, as it really brought the feel of the film forward and to a much higher level then it should have in simple color. But to be fair; I am quite fond of Black an... reviewed December 21, 2007
TRIGUN ep1 by reddfoxx120 Action
It is obvious that you put a lot of effort into this film, and I can not as hard as I try not give you some merit for that, which I think is the only thing keeping me from giving a three star rating. ... reviewed December 21, 2007
Come on Over!!! by timothy_richmond_3 Horror
I am not quite sure what to say here. It was very well shot. Some of the scenes with the Free Cam were marvelous, and the use of specific scenes for an opposite end was inspiring. The character anima... reviewed December 21, 2007
Cleopatra (Part II)! by TheMGMKid1 Romance
The mainstay of this film is it's decadence in custom backdrops and meticulously detailed sets and props, taking obvious length of time and effort in it's research and design. It was a shame to see th... reviewed December 21, 2007
The Limit by MATWEY Romance
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Impressive use of Overlays to introduce the film, underneath with the free cam called out with a great skill and care taken in acquiring those shots. The freecam stayed with that same elegance all the...
reviewed December 21, 2007
Zephinian Wars part I by YamiMarik Sci-Fi
Great Camera work, with the opening free cam shot of the character laying the bed chamber. Interlocked with some great, and clean cuts with your editing, this film is visually outstanding. The voice ... reviewed December 21, 2007
Red Mafia Episode One by Casserik Action
It started off very strong, with the flashing, red overlayed scenes that interacted with one another in a phenomenal way that really asserted the picture to be a promise of great contentment. It is a ... reviewed December 21, 2007
The Malones - Part II - The Price Of Power by LingLang712 Action
Highly impressive camera angles used by Stunts and Effects free cam, that start from the beginning and never stop. This was the first thing to jump out at me, and so as such it is the first to make a ... reviewed December 21, 2007
Dead Wronged by Ratqueen Horror
Finally actresses in a Horror film without a huge input on the chest meter! Very well cut, edited, and put together as a whole. For not having stunts and effects it really shows through that you put ... reviewed December 21, 2007
If I Had The Stagecoach Set by Ratqueen Comedy
You husband does an amazing comedy voice over. I may even ask him to do some for a film I am working on, if he can do drama. Subtle humor, and I've never seen anyone use an essential mainstay of The ... reviewed December 21, 2007
The Earthling Incident by Ratqueen Sci-Fi
Great work for a first stunts and effects film! The one thing that stood out to me was the soundtrack. The ambient sounds worked well to keep up the tension while the music its self was flawlessly we... reviewed December 21, 2007
Terror Tales by rjanaconda Horror
Incredible camera work. It shouted out as the first thing to notice, and it didn't seem to ever change through the whole of the film. Each scene had at least one unique camera angle that I liked. The... reviewed December 21, 2007
Pimp Saga Ep 2 Still Pimpin by rjanaconda Comedy
A great follow up to the first one, with even better jokes. The camera angles changed, and they were much more interesting in this second episode then the first. An innovation in comedy! The Voice O... reviewed December 21, 2007
Pimp Saga Episode 1 by rjanaconda Comedy
Very clever and very original! It had a lot of good jokes about the film (and some not so good ones) but kept them at a great pace, not letting the film boil over with to much of one thing. The main t... reviewed December 21, 2007
A day in my socks! PSA I by monkeywithacamera Comedy
VO is greatly improved and has almost seamless interaction within the scene transitions. Impressive use of voice changes to act the two different parts, as it helped to diversify them better then simp... reviewed December 21, 2007
A day in my socks - Episode 2 (Drafted!) by monkeywithacamera Comedy
The VOs definitely add a flare the first one lacked. I could hear your children in the background, but it only seemed to come up in the house scene, so it works as atmosphere sound if you pull it off ... reviewed December 21, 2007
A day in my socks! by monkeywithacamera Comedy
The shots were a little random, but the subtitles helped to hold that together. Consistency was pretty well held but for a few points, though they are hard to notice unless you look for them. The musi... reviewed December 21, 2007
The Ripper 2(Trailer) by Greysword Horror
Kind of hard to follow, but since it is a trailor I don't think that matters alot, but it still counts for something. Good choice of the scenes for not having Stunts and Effects, but the Subtitles at ... reviewed December 20, 2007
Digital Cold War by deeb Action
Well constructed and well planned out. The music fit well with all the scenes and I wouldn't change a drop of that. I do agree with Strangeling23 about subtitles, though. Looking forward to seeing some more! reviewed December 20, 2007
Apartment 4C by trewill7 Comedy
Wasn't sure about this film at first. It started off promising for a much different kind of film, and ended up essentially slap stick. But I had started to laugh some by the end, even though the final... reviewed December 20, 2007
Innocence sacrificed by chocolatemouse Romance
Powerful story, but the shots and voice overs could have used some work. The only thing about the film that really hit me hard (in a bad way) was the ending. It had a good scene selection, well writt... reviewed December 20, 2007
Ninja Wars II - The Revenge by Timewatch Action
Kind of comical, but I can't tell if that was your intention or not. Very well put together by scenes for not having Stunts and Effects, but it is hard to follow the story, as it seems more of an acti... reviewed December 20, 2007
True Love by actorjay Romance
Good use of the The Movies scenes to set up the scenes in the film. The opening shots to each of the different scenes worked well, and the consistancy through the film is impressive in comparison to o... reviewed December 20, 2007
The Longing Part 1 by poppashango Romance
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I did enjoy this movie at the end, but it was hard to get into at first. The good use of subtitle length really showed, and you were given enough time to really read what was going on. The scenes with...
reviewed December 20, 2007
My Fathers Gun - Teaser2 by wererooster Action
I was about to Rate it a 4 star, with the mention of: "Really good writing for the beggining of the trailer. The introduction was very intreaging, and the use of the montage of action sequences as a t... reviewed March 3, 2007
Good Boy by MelonTheCreeker Horror
The use of time was really, good. And the use of the silence was also well incorperated. Good film. reviewed March 1, 2007
The Courage Within III by MefuneAkira Sci-Fi
It was good. The quality of the work you put into the films is outstanding, and the end of the film was really well put together. The only problem I found in it is that it didnt really bring anything ... reviewed February 27, 2007
Brilliant Minds by ralfduran Romance
Brilliant! No really, puns aside, I think this is a beautiful film. The use of the harsh cuts between shots to build up the momentum was amazing, and your use of freecam is astounding. This is the fi... reviewed February 27, 2007
Scramble (Part Two) by postmodernchuck Sci-Fi
I am speechless. reviewed February 21, 2007
Fade To Black by ubernewbie Sci-Fi
I am in utter awe. No words of mine could describe this film in the accuracy and quality it deserves. reviewed February 19, 2007
k7-Quarantine by Rik_Vargard Sci-Fi
No words of mine could ever describe this masterpiece. reviewed February 18, 2007
SIGHT ZERO by Sith Horror
These are some of the best overlays I have seen. This film left me in awe. reviewed February 18, 2007
Raygun 2000 by Rockay Sci-Fi
It was pretty good. Something was missing for me, but it was overall enjoyable. Mabey her breasts were just alittle to big was all. I liked the killing off of a robot with a rocket. Makes for a nice touch. reviewed February 18, 2007
Into the Shadow - Part 1 Overture by sherwinliu Romance
So much better then my attempt at Film Noir. Yours put mine to shame. I am in utter awe. reviewed February 18, 2007
Hobos Shed by gordenfreeman2 Horror
Hmm. Another werewolf. What ever happened to the classic Dracula. He was also fun to play with. reviewed February 16, 2007
Kiss your life goodbye by xas707 Horror
Seem your Werewolf has a forte in pushing people from corners, then putting a knife in their head. What happened to the classic Werewolf, that chased the little children around on their cute ghost mys... reviewed February 16, 2007
earth by duckspy Sci-Fi
It was alright. Not bad, but it was extreamly hard to figure out who was saying what at points, and alittle random. reviewed February 16, 2007
In My Dreams (T2) by 1mzooty Romance
I agree with SHERWINLIU. It is a good trailor, and Im interested to see the final movie, but it came running to that cliff edge of romance to far, to fast. Though, it may be equaled out in a term of s... reviewed February 16, 2007