Nillock
Number of Movies: 9
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 3.88

Number of Movies Reviewed: 16
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 2
Average Rating Given: 4.38
 
Movies Released by Nillock
The Bounty Sci-Fi
In the Outer Rim, religion is outlawed and there are more bounty hunters than men of faith. A desperate priest puts out a call for help. His call is answered, but at what price? Zero pictures first ... posted November 14, 2005
O RLY Comedy
NO WAI!!! This movie stays true to the source material, except there are no owl costumes available. (This film has put me at 101% disc-space used for my movies, thus beating the system) posted November 13, 2005
The Illusionist Horror
A horror/suspense film set in the 1930's, The Illusionist is the story of a desperate private detective and the bizarre case that ended his career. Please note, you probably will have to turn your vo... posted November 13, 2005
A World without WoW Comedy
Join Lariac (Level 60 Warrior and guild leader), as he discovers life without WoW with the help of a friendly ghost. Zero Pictures first comedy features: Full voice acting A hot girl beating up a ner... posted November 12, 2005
Starstorm Sci-Fi
In 2004, the studio decided to reimagine the popular Captain Starstorm serials of the 1930's and 40's. The result is Starstorm, an epic space adventure with spectacular special effects and full female... posted November 11, 2005
Vance McCool Action
Vance McCool, super undercover cop, investigates a series of police murders and comes face to fist with a mysterious enemy. This film has proudly earned a 1 star rating from eBay. posted November 10, 2005
Captain Starstorm and the Time Shifter Sci-Fi
The final chapter of the Captain Starstorm saga (at least with the original actors, they're getting a bit old). Captain Starstorm enlists the help of a young doctor with a terrible secret that could s... posted November 10, 2005
Captain Starstorm and the Mecha-Man Sci-Fi
The spine tingling sequel to "Captain Starstorm and the Space Prisioner". Can the Captain stop the Mecha-Man? And if so, what else awaits him? posted November 10, 2005
Captain Starstorm and the Space Prisioner Sci-Fi
Ah, 1930's depressing sci-fi! Join Captain Starstorm as he has to make a tough choice between his crew and his chippy. posted November 9, 2005
 
Movies Reviewed by Nillock
Reggie Mexico STOP THE LIES by DeusExMachinima Comedy
You went to the well once too often. Not nearly as funny as your others. reviewed November 16, 2005
Life with Barry by eboy Action
Maked absolutely no sense. reviewed November 14, 2005
The Mafia Vs Zombies-Final1 by Darkfox3889 Action
The Plus: Tons of zombies. I know how hard it is to make a scene with tons of actors, and you did it well. The Negative: I wouldn't have the actors say things that are happening or will happen. For e... reviewed November 14, 2005
Ninja Love by DeusExMachinima Romance
John Hughes meets ...um ...that guy who directed Master Ninja. "Your jade gate is now mine to enter as I wish" ...brilliant. reviewed November 14, 2005
Joe Anderson for City Counsel by DeusExMachinima Comedy
"Joe Anderson has never lost a saving throw" is the funniest god damn thing I have heard this year. Excellent work again. reviewed November 14, 2005
Video Dating - Wilfred Brimley by DeusExMachinima Comedy
Making a video dating tape was an incredibly creative use of the engine, and making it that funny just goes to show how talented you are. I love your work. It brings back memories of MST3K when they ... reviewed November 14, 2005
The King Of Mercury by jedi72 Sci-Fi
Nice work reviewed November 14, 2005
Human Intent by jedi72 Sci-Fi
Cool reviewed November 14, 2005
War is Hell by jedi72 Horror
Great job reviewed November 14, 2005
Operation Invade by jedi72 Sci-Fi
Wow! reviewed November 14, 2005
Buffalo Hunter by jedi72 Action
It was much better than "Cats". I'd watch it again and again. reviewed November 14, 2005
Staying Dead by jedi72 Sci-Fi
Awesome movie. reviewed November 14, 2005
DARK BLUE IV Barons Fall by ct_senge Action
I would have given it five stars, but I deducted a star for the cheesy thank you to the fans at the end. Only because I'm a purist, and you'd never hear that in a real movie. Grats on retaking number... reviewed November 12, 2005
The three Companions part 1 by shonosuke Comedy
It made me laugh. Haxxxx! reviewed November 12, 2005
LA Undercover 2 by BigTender Action
Featured Review
An excellent example of genre movie emulation. A great 80's cop flick with great music and costumes. Voicework really wasn't needed becuase the writing was so well. Could have used a few cuts during t...
reviewed November 12, 2005
Scholastic Films Intelligent Design by DeusExMachinima Comedy
Featured Review
This is the funniest film I've seen on this site. 4 stars for the film and 1 star for the monkey make out scene. Great work.
reviewed November 10, 2005