Number of Movies: 13
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 3.83

Number of Movies Reviewed: 209
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 25
Average Rating Given: 3.68
Movies Released by nunberry
Teaser of the Bite of the Knobgobbler Horror
It's a teaser of the trailer of the Bite of the Knobgobbler - the most delayed film known to man. No effort was spared or spent on delivering the 300+ transparent overlays to create an effect that doe... posted September 6, 2006
Burning Love Romance
Pierre Romaniac is an ordinary guy, with a humdrum problem - he's afraid of talking to women. But is he just shy, or is his laudanumed-up psychiatrist telling the truth? Find out when you watch this m... posted June 30, 2006
Lovesong For A Knob Gobbler Horror
In preparation for the release of "Bite of the Knobgobbler", sequel to the multi-award applicant art-house lesbi-horror "The Knobgobbler", may we present to you "Lovesong for a Knobgobbler". Have you... posted June 1, 2006
Grass Growing TECH DEMO Romance
A demonstration of nature in action, all filmed through the Movies ***Starring TMO Forum Hero DeBeef as Cactus#3*** *NO outside editing *NO customised sets or props *NO cheats or exploits required *N... posted March 4, 2006
Scourge of ze Schpace Nazis Sci-Fi
Kapitan Klaus von Bastich and the crew of the "Carry on Kampfing" are back! (before you ask, yes they were gone in the first place. Go watch Ze Last Man Schtanding. And Huntress of Sol. And the traile... posted February 21, 2006
Scourge of the Space Nazis - trailer Sci-Fi
Coming Soon from Bohegan Pictures! SCOURGE OF THE SPACE NAZIS! A Film Like No Other Except it's a lot like Ze Last Man Schtanding This trailer may feature scenes that do not make it into the final mo... posted February 15, 2006
The Nerd Who Fell In Love Romance
This is an entirely silent movie, mainly because during production I deleted the music track by mistake and didn't know how to put it back on. There are no redeming features to this film. None. Watch ... posted February 4, 2006
The Fighting Chinaman of Jo-burg Action
This movie tackles all the big issues - love, racism, adoption, the correct usage of gardening equipment, you name it. The views expressed by Brunhilde do not reflect those of the director, the host... posted February 1, 2006
Ze Last Man Schtanding Action
Sherrif Gregory is a manly sherrif on a macho quest - to find Deputy Dave and his missing shipment of yankee Gold. But all is not as it seems on the plains of The Old West(tm) and soon Greg will face ... posted February 1, 2006
the Knob Gobbler Horror
What is horror if not the gobbling of a knob? Bohegan Pictures submits for your consideration... The Knob Gobbler! No expense was spared or spent bringing this, the pinnacle of horror to your screen... posted January 25, 2006
Return of Gaarg Sci-Fi
Without darkness, there can be no light. Without death, there can be no GAARG! Gaarg returns to great critical acclaim* in the much anticipated Return of Gaarg! A pure Sci-Fi thrillfest devoid of ... posted January 25, 2006
Huntress Of Sol Sci-Fi
A space opera / kung fu / lesbian art house movie from Singularity films. Why do I feel the need to tag girl-on-girl relations into every movie? Don't question me! I know what sells! Gaarg shall retu... posted January 22, 2006
The Bigamist Beast Horror
After the amount of trouble I had getting this thing uploaded, I wish I'd spent more time actually working on it. ah well. The Bigamist Beast is a horror/comedy/romance/lesbian arthouse film, so pret... posted January 21, 2006
Movies Reviewed by nunberry
The Castle Dragon - Charity Animation by matneee Action
While the visuals were pretty good, I seem to recall that you achieved much more dynamic and realistic dragon effects the 3rd time I watched the Interactovision Demo. Really, this is a step backwards,... reviewed October 12, 2006
Underpants Man - The Movie by biggstrek Comedy
Fantastic. The voice acting is spot on, the comedy strong - striking a perfect balance between injokes and genuine humour - and the effect are awsome. It may be nearly 18 minutes long but it only felt... reviewed October 9, 2006
The Mission Trailer by Yodabob Horror
Nice camera work, although given that it's a trailer it takes too long for something to appear on screen. VO quality a bit variable. The sudden shift in mood from men with guns to creepy child at the ... reviewed October 6, 2006
The Island - Proof of concept animation by matneee Action
while the film is impressive, I'm worried that you've peaked too soon. Would you not have started out with a penninsula and then worked your way up past sandbars and tidal atolls? Watch my movie! I ... reviewed October 6, 2006
Welcome to TMO by Tarison Comedy
"Be honest, helpful, and polite. Cover those three, and you should be fine." This was just plain poor. Easy jokes that have been done before (even as far back as Night of the Living TMO), very little ... reviewed September 25, 2006
The last Robot by BamRyan Comedy
Tragically, this is a comedy with no laughs. Instead of actual comedy there's a giant bunny doing a dance, some explosions, a robot saying [play nice now!] and a dead orangutan. If that's what you wan... reviewed September 22, 2006
Its Payback Time! by JamesWorcester Action
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I'm concerned that the director touts this film as being heavily influenced by a movie he hasn't seen yet, but let's not let things like reason and sense get in the way of a good movie. And this is a...
reviewed September 22, 2006
Laddies War by holdmykidney Action
It's a bit late in the day to be coming to a movie like this expecting to have something new to say,so I'll just try to keep it brief if unimaginative. Great central performance by Sugar-Babe, though ... reviewed September 19, 2006
Gothic by Dracin Romance
It starts out well enough if a little cliched, a standard cure-head self-obsessed depressive tale of alienation. Then for no reason the subway catches fire - which at first seems like a very clever wa... reviewed September 16, 2006
Outlaws of the Bog by MrSmithee Action
From the start it's clear this is an ambitious movie, and it's equally clear that it's going to struggle to live up to those ambitions. Great concept shots are marred by poor execution - such as the e... reviewed September 15, 2006
TMO Got Da Funk by The-Spirit Romance
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I have to say, this new-fangled black-screen technology seems like a step backwards after the miracle of Pink-screen, almost like abandoning dialysis and brainectomies for leeches and ritual sacrifice...
reviewed August 22, 2006
Rogers Stunts and Effects Trailer by The-Spirit Action
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It's an ordinary film at heart but the voice-over adds a certain special something. It sounds a bit like Sir Alan from The Apprentice (UK) having a nervous breakdown and thinking he's Rolf Harris at t...
reviewed July 25, 2006
Highschool der einsamen Herzen by BaldoChris Romance
This is an odd - and rather violent - silent romance. For the english-only brigade the title means something like "Highschool of the Lonely Hearts". Don't let the german title put you off though, ther... reviewed July 20, 2006
Misguided Evolution by biggstrek Sci-Fi
It's interesting that, despite having no dialog at all, this still felt a bit longwinded - probably due to some sequences being dragged out longer than necessary to ensure that the viewer gets the poi... reviewed July 17, 2006
The TMO Kings Of Comedy by DNR Comedy
What can I say... I was drunk and I still didn't find it funny. The laugh-track just seemed misplaced, almost like it was there to *tell* me when something was funny rather than to compliment somethin... reviewed July 16, 2006
How To Catch A Girl by dfpiii Comedy
That was, as the man said, bloody marvelous. It's funny and yet informative, with a compassionate understanding of the female situation. I wish I could go to public school. Instead I'm stuck here show... reviewed July 12, 2006
Vision Of Fear by tebbotis Action
The opening of this movie is a little sluggish, with an excess of establishing shots showing the city exploding - credit the viewer with a little intelligence and some experience. We realise the city ... reviewed July 11, 2006
Chaos Trailer by satansmunchkin Romance
It's a trailer - 3's the limit. Anyhow, the music is interesting - if you like the electric bagpipes, you'll love this. (synth guitar maybe?). You won't be humming it for weeks but it's distinctive. T... reviewed July 11, 2006
So Much Life by ryanjm Horror
I watched this last night during the radio show but chickened out writing a review in case I got lynched live on air. But now that Rodge has a whole week to forget about this I can be honest. And to b... reviewed July 10, 2006
Space Adventures Episode 1 by Fozz20 Sci-Fi
This is a fairly linear war movie - your standard "boy meets alien, boy kicks alien's arse" flick with no frills, twists or garnish. There's little to recommend it plot-wise, since no depth is given ... reviewed July 10, 2006
How to Catch a Man by riott007 Comedy
It's hard to look at this as a comedy, it's more of a documentary. However in this regard it fails, because it offers no information that isn't already freely available in the public domain. It's absu... reviewed July 9, 2006
AMERICA! by dfpiii Comedy
It's hit and miss stuff - for every declaration of independance there's a JFK assasination, for every Golden Girls there's a Discovery. But it's worth sticking with the lows for those dizzying highs. ... reviewed July 8, 2006
Behold the Antmaster! by Falke2246 Sci-Fi
Shame - such a great, and probably game-generated title. If only you'd put something - thought, time, effort - into it... reviewed July 8, 2006
BAIS 2 - The Wrath of Qwan by dfpiii Sci-Fi
Yay! they're back! Ok, I only reviewed the first one 15 minutes ago but it took ages for this page to load, I was slipping into toxic shock. So, fans of BAIS rejoice! The captain is back and he's eve... reviewed July 8, 2006
BAIS by dfpiii Sci-Fi
It starts out pretty slow with some weak star trek parody, but once it starts blazing it's own trail of racist spacist nonsense it comes alive. I can't go into my favourite moments without ruining if ... reviewed July 8, 2006
ERNIES SECRET by kingpengvin Comedy
Some great dialog and a pretty amusing premise (especially considering who's voice you've given Ernie) but it's marred by flawed execution. The wrong person/thing appears to be gesturing in almost eve... reviewed July 7, 2006
Oh Its On 3 Ouichi Genshi Basutaa Alpha by mixmasterfestus Action
Let me start by saying 5 stars - fandabiedoozie. I mean, how can you *not*, it's so far beyond anything else anyone is doing, not just in terms of effects but in how the props, overlays and free-cam a... reviewed July 7, 2006
Murderers Anonymous by robman46 Horror
It's a one joke film, and it does drag it out for all it's worth, but the scene on the day trip makes it worth while. reviewed July 7, 2006
Saturn Man by JSim07 Sci-Fi
I was all set to pan this for being such a blatent rip off of superman, but once the origin is out of the way it becomes more of an homage to the old black 'n' white than an out-right burglary. Fairly... reviewed July 7, 2006
Glethan The Mage VO edition by FotD Action
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Let's get this out of the way. There is no plot. The mage has a couple of tricks up his sleeve and events conspire to let him show them off in the shortest time possible. That said there's a couple of...
reviewed July 7, 2006
True Nam stories Milai by robman46 Horror
Where to start? Atrocious grammar and spelling, wierd continuity errors, characters with all the depth of a wad of spit, a plot that's been cobbled together from the worst cliches of the great '80s Na... reviewed July 7, 2006
Her by MichaelCristiano Horror
I have to say, while the girl is genuinely creepy you give too much away in the posters - it really deadens the impact when she starts appearing. The use of music throughout is superb - the stops and ... reviewed July 7, 2006
Jesus Death and Vengeance by Doyaldinho Comedy
If there's three things that TMO has enough of, it's Chickens, Santa and Jesus. While there were no chickens in here, I had a Big Als Oriental Breast-burger for dinner, and so the unholy trinity was c... reviewed July 7, 2006
Masticated By The Spasticated by SothisAmon Horror
Have to say, while the title is fantastic and promises a tasteless gorefest, it really doesn't deliver. There's no plot at all, the main premise - which has been lifted straight out of "Chainsaw" and ... reviewed July 2, 2006
ROL(Meglomovies) by verguit Comedy
As a review it didn't tell me much about the film or make me want to see it despite the fact that you're giving it 5 stars - you've given the viewer no feel for the story, the genre, the quality. Also... reviewed July 2, 2006
how I broke my thumb by Bolt333 Comedy
This seems more like an excercise in working in as many S&E effects into one film as is possible than an actual movie. However, it's saved from one-star obscurity by a couple of standout moments, name... reviewed July 2, 2006
The Fate of Traitors Cosa Nostra Tradition by Tie Action
This is a five minute short trapped in a ten minute movie's body. Almost every scene seems to be deliberately protracted, be it the extended shower sequence (I mean, I got that he was having a shower ... reviewed July 2, 2006
Trouble in Lonewolf! by MefuneAkira Comedy
Hmmmmm. I see 13 pages of 5 star love-it-love-it-love-it reviews, and I ask myself, is it then my fault that I didn't even crack a smile during this? Probably. But it's a comedy, and I can only rate a... reviewed June 28, 2006
The Pride of Kildare by ClaudeGriffin Action
As a huge fan of gangster movies and resident of Kildare I had high hopes for this film. Initially it doesn't deliver - it appears to be set in in the 20's or 30's (which would set the framing sequenc... reviewed June 13, 2006
Chicken Run by God_Of_Plague Comedy
Any movie trying to achieve a state of "Monkey Ploppy"ness will always have a battle on it's hands, but none moreso than those starring chickens. This film does have marginally more laughs than Schind... reviewed June 11, 2006
Stunts and Effects Pack Demo by matneee Comedy
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This is a revalation, as I was expecting the pack to be blue. Now I know the truth. You have opened my eyes like they were Kylie's thighs in Michael Hutchence's hotel room. Well, before he died [play ...
reviewed June 8, 2006
Test1 by soumya Comedy
I think the incredible bravery the director has shown, eschewing such tired tritisms as credits, scripts, sets, effects, dialog, plot development, a budget, costuming, elecution lessons, catering, toi... reviewed June 7, 2006
Stunts and Defects Tech Demo by Tarison Romance
First of all, everyone knows that TECH DEMO must be spelled in all capitals. You will burn for that. (that's not a threat, the decision is out of my hands.) Secondly, there were some actual effects in... reviewed June 5, 2006
Love Puddle by krafty Comedy
It's very funny, it's oh so true, but mostly it's damned catchy - the fade-out especially so. My only criticism is that the chorus is a littled muffled and off-time with the music. I suppose I should ... reviewed June 4, 2006
My Invisible Friend by 02PARSIM Horror
I mean this as a compliment - that was a terrible movie. Pure Z-grade horror, the kind that even public access channels wouldn't stoop to showing. As such, I was all set to thoroughly enjoy it, but as... reviewed June 4, 2006
Memoirs of an Amnesiac by rposhard Comedy
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Against my will, I laughed. The movie suffers from two things. Firstly and most importantly, because of the length, the title and the fact that you state clearly that it's a joke means that as time g...
reviewed June 2, 2006
Time to Kill by Dylen Sci-Fi
I don't know that I'd call them 'next gen' fx since it was just another variation on the theme of animation through screenshots applied as backdrops. While it's a clever implimentation of that idea it... reviewed March 27, 2006
The Robbery by eljay69 Action
Without any VO or STs there is a huge burden on the video to tell the story, and for the most part it holds up it's end. It would be easy to criticise the film because it relies so heavily on nothing ... reviewed March 16, 2006
War - Pain Hate and Suffering by shadow11156 Action
It's difficult to see what this film is trying to achieve. The narration is your typical "war's are terrible" line. But the theme never develops, and events become a little muddied - is this guy a gri... reviewed March 16, 2006
Devolution by nightmare2146 Horror
Great concept, great execution. All the good and bad stuff has already been covered but in short, loved the pacing and makeup, but I agree with FooDog on the end - after everything that had gone befor... reviewed March 9, 2006
But your words they will destroy me by danbo1 Romance
At first it's difficult to know how to take this - it starts out serious, but then when you meet the main characters it appears to be the rather dysfunctional father and son from the Urge comedy serie... reviewed March 9, 2006
I Dream of Baseball by DeBeef Comedy
I am not a smart man, but I know what a 5 star movie is. This aint one. But like I said, I ain't none too smart. reviewed March 9, 2006
Batman Tec Demo by jobi-wan Action
This is not so much Batman as a guy in a gimp suit fighting one of the three men from Jerome K Jerome's boat. The lack of ears and the brightly clasped cloak did the costume no favours. As for the ba... reviewed March 8, 2006
Alien - Love by Frooplet Romance
This story could have been told in half the time. Each scene felt stretched, there were gaping silences between the lines of dialog that detracted from the flow. Storywise it's a classic boy-meets-gir... reviewed March 8, 2006
Obituary by HRH Horror
Very well written - the plot itself is a refugee from the Outer Limits and the narration has an overly american cadence that clashes with the narrators accent but after about 45 seconds these just see... reviewed March 8, 2006
InteractoVision(tm) Tech Demo by matneee Comedy
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I find it difficult to write this review, as I didn't know any home-movie footage survived of my grandfather whipping oxen with barbed wire through the streets of Ringsend. It really brought me back t...
reviewed March 5, 2006
Animation TECH DEMO!!! by madmatt7g Comedy
That was the credit sequence for Bod that they *don't* want you to see. Fantastically [shhhh!]e artwork that even Christy Brown's mother wouldn't put up on the fridge. reviewed March 2, 2006
Demon Costume Demo by Stormwhitelab Comedy
As demo it doesn't really show us what this costume will look like in the likely senarios - I don't imagine most people want to make a "Demon talking to a guy in an office" or "Demon walking down a st... reviewed March 2, 2006
Nuclear Explosion Tech Demo! by madmatt7g Action
The explosion was a little bit more artifacty than I would have liked, but 'the VCs are mine now, [censored!]es' is worth 4 of anyones stars. And I am just such an anyone. reviewed March 2, 2006
Communists On The Moon2a by elfin12u Sci-Fi
There was no moon. There were no identifiable communists. There was no plot. That aside, if you fancy seeing the Jolly Green Giant and his friends run around a school for no reason you could do worse.... reviewed February 28, 2006
John Everyman My Story by jonnehxcore Comedy
As a comedy, this film is fundamentaly flawed - there aren't any jokes in it. Ok, that's not entirely true, there are some attempts at humour but not until way after the 2 minute mark, and they're not... reviewed February 27, 2006
Western Wizard by earlicus Comedy
As has been said before, it takes too long to get going considering the payoff. Nevertheless, it's a clever little film, and an ingenious bit of sidestepping the issue of no wizard hats in the movies. reviewed February 27, 2006
Blackbird by silver_fox_studios Action
For me the effects actually spoiled the flow of the film - the freezeframes on the fighting moves seemed to hit at all the wrong times, and caused stuttering when the action resumed, ditto for the whi... reviewed February 27, 2006
Stirlings Heartplace by full_metal_winter Romance
Technically this is a triumph - the understated transition effects are barely noticeable they're so seamlessly integrated into the film until you remember that there *are* no transition effects in The... reviewed February 27, 2006
The first Thing from Space suffered from having a very strong opening before degenerating into nonsense. Luckily, there is no such problem here. From the start there is no real plot or logic, just a s... reviewed February 27, 2006
The Kat by clyde Comedy
Not consistantly funny enough to warrant a perfect 5 but still, I was creased up by the end. I will have to now wash all the wee out of my jeans. Mow! reviewed February 26, 2006
Coffin Full of Revenge Redux by DeBeef Action
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While I'm disappointed that you've had to dumb it down a little from the original, so the opening especially loses a bit of it's inherent coolness, over-all it's much more coherent this way. Some grea...
reviewed February 26, 2006
The Underpants Man Dancers! by biggstrek Comedy
I feel... dirty... But it's very funny if a tiny bit longer than it needs to be. Now for god's sake stop milking this for charlies and release a film! reviewed February 26, 2006
Fall Of A Titan Directors Cut by madmatt7g Comedy
OK... this might be a cultural thing, or maybe it's because I do not stay current with current affairs. But I have no idea what the hell is going on. I know who the guy is supposed to be but... dude..... reviewed February 25, 2006
Attack of the Poultrons by robbiep Horror
That was really stupid. Brilliantly so. Some of the VO acting was a little dodgy, the chickens thing has been done to death and for such a short film you should never have repeated a scene but the twi... reviewed February 25, 2006
Ode to a loved one by chagidiel Horror
Jesus! I'm actually shaking. I'm not going to waste your time with a review, you are beyond any criticism I could make. People, watch this film. reviewed February 25, 2006
The Gunmaker Volume 1 by DirectorAdam90 Action
I agree with BARB - this feels like a trailer. There's nothing terribly new here, it's paint by numbers revenge story with no twists, not even a gentle curve. No justification is given for why he's ki... reviewed February 25, 2006
Noir (Part 1) by siddus Action
When you call a movie "Noir" you're setting up an awfully large amount of expectation. I was underwhelmed. This reminds me of Uncle Ben's sauces... it says 'Chicken in Sezchuan sauce' on the label but... reviewed February 24, 2006
Risen by matneee Horror
It's well shot and edited, well chosen musical cues but storywise I think there's just too many holes - Like Apocryphon said, you know that she's coming back because of the title but there's no other ... reviewed February 24, 2006
Seraphim - Teaser by matneee Horror
Quite slow-moving shots for a trailer but an interesting premise and whether intentional or not it's well choreographed with the escalations in the music. Interesting suff, I look forward to the serie... reviewed February 24, 2006
POWER Origin by Arawna11 Action
I have to say, I'm actually a little disappointed by this - I may have come to expect to much following the first two films but the production values just didn't pass muster. The initial STs were almo... reviewed February 24, 2006
Team killer by Hank_Scorpi0 Comedy
As a comedy I just don't feel this works. Firstly, there aren't any actual jokes - unless you count the use of the word "n00b". I didn't. Secondly you call the movie "Team Kill" which pretty much tell... reviewed February 24, 2006
Shaolin Aardvark Vs Iron Fist Camel by Bezzer36 Action
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This is so old school it should be condemned and knocked down to make way for a multi-storey car park. It's kung fu the way momma-san used to make - The subtitles are poorly translated, the plot is ge...
reviewed February 23, 2006
The Robot Vs The Aztec Mummy!!! by kingpengvin Sci-Fi
This is the worst movie ever made... I loved it. Dr. Acula... fantastic. The dialog is the real star here, so many quotable lines and I just don't have the space to put them in... The lack of music at... reviewed February 23, 2006
The Agency - New Empire Rising by Ritschwumm Sci-Fi
I was a big fan of the game - although this film doesn't really capture the creepy nature of the agents in the way the intro movie to Syndicate did (the idea of being kidnapped and having limbs remove... reviewed February 23, 2006
Freedom is no Crime by SeRig Sci-Fi
This is probably the most overused plot in science-fiction, which is surprising considering how well 1984 executed it and how most things since then have not added anything new or improved to the mix.... reviewed February 23, 2006
They Built The Moon! by ealingdj Sci-Fi
It's a good quality B-Movie but like everyone else has said, this feels unfinished. Hell, it's barely started. As a result the plot itself is text-book alien invasion and doesn't really add anything n... reviewed February 23, 2006
Coffin Full of Revenge by DeBeef Action
That was most unexpected ending since the rhino orgy in Out Of Africa : Directors cut. I have to say as an atmospheric piece the opening minute was great, it sagged a little with the flashback (and it... reviewed February 23, 2006
The axe seminar by princeinexile Comedy
An odd little short - it's really only got one joke and it stretches it so thin it almost snaps, rebounds and whips an eye out. Almost but not quite. It's pretty funny though. Technically it's plagued... reviewed February 22, 2006
The Matrix Shadows Story by battosai Sci-Fi
Trying to make a Matrix fan fic/homage/rip-off (delete where applicable) is always going to be difficult in a game that does not facilitate the use of fancy effects. What made the original great was t... reviewed February 22, 2006
The Evil Valley (El Valle del Mal) by Arawna11 Action
What can I say? Amazing. The use of set-dressing and edits to create the special effects is inspired. It's a simple enough tale of good and evil but one that's well told and executed - as much a weste... reviewed February 22, 2006
The urge 2 by danbo1 Comedy
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I won't waste your time with a review - this is really funny, and I really enjoyed it but I sprayed a lot of coffee on my screen at the end and I have to wipe it off before it drips on the plug socket...
reviewed February 22, 2006
Robot Love by FaygoFreek Horror
I haven't felt like that since I first saw Minelli in Cabaret - confused, embarrassed but unable to stop laughing. The archetypal love story with a robo-protaganist, a kind of Chromeo and Juliet. Ooog... reviewed February 21, 2006
Psychic by DK Horror
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Visually striking, excellent editing job, really creepy sound effects. Can't fault it. Which makes writing a review very difficult! Fave moment is the dog on top of the horse - David Lynch would be proud :)
reviewed February 21, 2006
Car Crush Car by ewatt23 Action
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As a first film there's a lot in here to be proud of - the backing track is pretty catchy (if it's a game track I don't recognise it) and the images onscreen are very well synchronised. For a film wit...
reviewed February 21, 2006
Ashleys first movie by duckguy0100 Comedy
Putting the age of the director aside, I really did enjoy this. It's a bit long considering that there's no plot, sts or VO to tie it all together, but frankly this film has proven to me that women do... reviewed February 21, 2006
Lucky Adventures-Intro by Fire_Works Sci-Fi
I can't review this film without first pointing out a huge issue I had with it, so ***Spoilers ahoy!*** when the gorilla is explaining his motivation for disappearing into space the line is fudged. H... reviewed February 20, 2006
Lying Down by phussion Comedy
Really really clever concept, well developed, excruciating to watch. Broke my [not-so-nice-word!]e laughing, I have to say. Genius! It says something about the quality of this script that I didn't not... reviewed February 20, 2006
I CAN FLY!!!!!! by HowardM Comedy
No, you can jump.... This seems a little pointless, and isn't quite biting enough to be considered a sarcastic look at the demo-holic culture on TMO. But the Jackie-Chan style replay of the 'stunt' ju... reviewed February 20, 2006
Cow demo by speilucasberg Comedy
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This technology will change the world! Fantastic. The cow-nuzzling scene was actually pretty clever considering you are clearly on a day pass.
reviewed February 20, 2006
Night of the Living TMO (special edition) by crazeyal Comedy
It's very well made - the VO is clear as crystal, the edits and cuts are crisp and precise, and apart from one magically appearing phone there're no glaring continuity errors. There's the odd repeated... reviewed February 20, 2006
All This Ninjaing Is hot Work by whydoyouwanttoknow Action
"your hand smells pretty" - Brilliant! Matneee said it best - this is the most acomplished combination of ninjas and partial nudity on TMO. Well done! reviewed February 18, 2006
In the desert by AxeCinema Romance
That was... interesting. The more surreal moments work quite well, and help sustain interest throughout the first half. The second half of the film though becomes confused and there's no real explanat... reviewed February 18, 2006
Stage Set - Tech Demo by matneee Comedy
Nothing makes me feel biggerer or cleverer than when I'm on the inside of an in-joke looking out at the norms who don't understand. Screw you, norms! reviewed February 18, 2006
Everybody Loves George and Tony by rolandhulme Comedy
The idea of George and Tony living together as an american sitcom couple is amusing, and the canned laughter combined with jokes that feel like they were written in the 50's all contribute to the ligh... reviewed February 18, 2006
The News According to Alan Davis 2 by JazzBlack Comedy
It's a definite improvement on the first one, although the editing is still a little loose. Again, some jokes worked, some didn't but comedy is all a subjective matter of taste. The attempt to do an i... reviewed February 18, 2006
Communication by rposhard Horror
This is open to interpretation in so many ways, and the way I took it... well that's for me to know. Watch it yourself and draw your own conclusions. My one gripe about this is that the flow of the c... reviewed February 18, 2006
Bad Moon by D_QUICHOTTE Action
Very well made - you've overcome the inherent genericness of the story (anyone who says this is really original has probably only ever seen TeenWolf) through your use of the available shots. The pans ... reviewed February 18, 2006
Merc by myquietroom Action
For a nonsensical movie based around arnie paraphrasing and thinly veiled innuendo, this film has an awful lot of incidental filler scenes that just drag it out. The governer started out funny, but th... reviewed February 18, 2006
Die dümmsten Schilder der Welt by cliffjumper Comedy
It's not very original in terms of content, although I don't think I've seen anyone use The Movies to present a slide show before. However, this is one of the oldest emails in circulation so it's unli... reviewed February 17, 2006
Disturbing Act by MelonTheCreeker Action
Like Real Paranoia before it, this film is a little predictable in terms of the direction it's going to take and the ending, but also like RP it's not so much the story as the execution that makes th... reviewed February 17, 2006
Cueball Teaser by DeBeef Comedy
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Brilliant, but I'm worried that you have just ruined the best moment in the film! So business as usual for a hollywood trailer. This movie's got a lot to live up to now though...
reviewed February 16, 2006
Achtung! Panzer by drucifer67 Comedy
Great prop and a very funny script, let's face it you're getting a 5 and there's nothing you or the poor polish can do about it. reviewed February 16, 2006
The Collector by DeBeef Comedy
It's a little wierd in places but overall an enjoyable if twisted take on a heist movie. The use of the business days ST and the unexpected appearance of an evil hypnotist are wonderful little strokes to pull. reviewed February 16, 2006
Ninja-Toe by KoGar Comedy
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This is just plain wierd. Great VO work, funny script, unique approach. God knows why the Ninjas are wearing camo gear - that's against the Dudikoff charter - but if nothing else it's a great showy pi...
reviewed February 15, 2006
A Fairy Tale by Arawna11 Comedy
I can't really add much to what's already been said, but you'd be hard pressed to recognise any of the sets in here with the amount of dressing going on, it's fantastic work. It's hard to judge a voic... reviewed February 15, 2006
Top Gear by thedr Comedy
I think the car names tell you everything you need to know about this film. They're called the PooPoo and the WeeWee. If you find that funny, you may enjoy this greatly. I alas did not. Some of the st... reviewed February 14, 2006
One Man Talking 1 by mikeawmids Comedy
This is a pointless movie. However I accidently posted a review against one of this user's movies that was intended for a different film by a different user so this allows me to try and balance out th... reviewed February 14, 2006
Evil Clown 1 Santa! by mikeawmids Comedy
You get two star because it's a brilliant idea. But you do absolutely nothing with it. Nothing. At all. It's a crime. If this were the salem witch trials, you'd be burned for less! reviewed February 14, 2006
Jeeve Earlwin Hunting Celebrities! by BillCosby Comedy
Warning : If you don't find the constant repetition of the word Testes hilarious, you are in for a rough time. There are some great moments in this film - Patrick Stewart sneaking off for a [oh please... reviewed February 14, 2006
Cunny Mepurhero and Mawboy by aquatius5 Comedy
"I'm bored" the cowboy magician cries at the end. And I know exactly how he feels. There is no plot, there's nothing you could really call a joke, no setpiece. A guy beats up a clown. That's about it.... reviewed February 13, 2006
The Letter by chagidiel Romance
Powerful stuff. The use of the blank stage set for replaying old memories, and the scratchy quality of the girls voice (whether intentional or not) were inspired. It takes a little away from your achi... reviewed February 13, 2006
Reality Shift by God_Of_Plague Comedy
It's just wierd for the sake of wierd. The DJ VO is a promising start, but it's downhill from there. It looks an awful lot like the "script" was written to include as many sets as possible and then ti... reviewed February 12, 2006
Underpants Man - A 3rd Teaser by biggstrek Comedy
This is maybe a little too long, but it's got the underpants man themetune and that alone is worth 5 stars. But you're only geting 4 because I'm sick of waiting for the full length film! reviewed February 12, 2006
The News According to Alan Davis by JazzBlack Comedy
I like the idea of the guy reporting from his bathroom.. I don't know why. The individual stories weren't great - especially using the stock man-running-beside-car scene with no edits, and the STs not... reviewed February 12, 2006
A Stranger In Town - Trailer by Frooplet Action
Great custom credits, but I felt that first of all as a trailer there is no hook to reel me in for the movie - it's two guys punching eachother and then exploding. A couple of lines of dialog dubbed o... reviewed February 12, 2006
The Lost Child by johnokinawa Sci-Fi
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The film starts strongly with it's introduction to the characters. The custom music is very atmospheric - so often people just throw in custom tunes because they have them, not because they fit. Some ...
reviewed February 12, 2006
Night of the Living! by MovieMan42 Horror
it's an original idea, it's well played out and all the grunting is hilarious (although it begins to wear thin towards the end). Some of the shots are a little messy though and there are enough visual... reviewed February 10, 2006
Dreamtown by Rik_Vargard Action
The plot is like an episode of Sapphire and Steele, what dialog there is feels laboured as if an unseen hand is forcing plot exposition up the characters throats and through their teeth, very little h... reviewed February 10, 2006
On A Thursday by thedevilsreject Action
The story itself is really predictable, which is a shame because the whole film is hanging on that one joke which I think every viewer is going to see a mile off. Once the expected punchline comes it'... reviewed February 10, 2006
survivor by clinteasywood Comedy
I'm not sure if this requires knowledge of the show to enjoy, but one thing I do know that listening to chipmunk voices for 3 minutes gives me a headache. I can understand you doing it for the girls, ... reviewed February 9, 2006
A Complete Waste of your Time by Pigeon Comedy
I suppose the idea is... original. And the title is 100% accurate. But counting your own continuity errors is just not that funny. Especially since the game is actually quite good at creating them for... reviewed February 9, 2006
I need a Miracle by Sphinx86 Comedy
It's a dangerous business making a Jesus movie. First off, most of the good ground has already been covered by the Life of Brian, Jesus and Pals and the brief Buddy Christ interlude in that Kevin Smit... reviewed February 9, 2006
WTF by Video_Capture Horror
That was inspired. Stupid, but inspired. Excellent work! But don't ever make another film again, it will only be a disappointment. You've peaked! reviewed February 9, 2006
Time Is A River by VelvetFog Romance
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Let me be honest here - I've been forced to sit through 25 minutes of Home and Away every weekday evening since I moved in with my girlfriend, so 1) Don't tell *me* what love is and 2) I find it diffi...
reviewed February 9, 2006
Red Sunday by kirkybaby Action
I really enjoyed that. You wouldn't know it from the list of complaints I'm about to rattle off but that's a movie to be proud of. There are problems with the VO, both in the audio quality, the fact t... reviewed February 8, 2006
Real Paranoia by MelonTheCreeker Horror
Brilliant job of building the tension. When the end comes it's not exactly a surprise but with a cast of 3 it was always unlikely that you'd pull a massive twist out of the bag. Technically well accom... reviewed February 8, 2006
Underpants Man - 2nd Teaser by biggstrek Comedy
For a minute there I didn't think the UPM theme tune was going to get a second outting, but there it was at the last second. Great to finally see him in action. But where is his love interest? reviewed February 8, 2006
Hitler falls down stairs! by Saskro Comedy
The end was so cute! I have to say I was REALLY worried about the direction this was going to take at the banana skin moment - it could have gotten onto very dodgy ground there after the Monkey thing,... reviewed February 7, 2006
Obnoxious Child VS Terrible Mother by lizardthing Comedy
If you're going to do VO work, ok I can understand everyone having the same voice if you're but one man, but everyone in this film has a different pitched voice every time they open their mouth! It's ... reviewed February 7, 2006
the History of Earth part 1 by dubblehellox Comedy
There's some good moments in here - monkey love is always good for a giggle and for the first few seconds "charlie's in the trees!" is great (even if they *are* wearing civil war uniforms) - it sums u... reviewed February 7, 2006
Underpants Man - Teaser by biggstrek Comedy
The harmonies are well done. Otherwise it's just a man in his crackers. There is potential here, of course - for underpants man to put on some clothes and get a job! reviewed February 7, 2006
The Pie Man Cometh by speilucasberg Comedy
very very strange film. Like a badly made pie it sags a little in the middle, but the cinematic pastry is strong and creative oven is hot - the edges are crispy and crunchy. By which I mean I almost p... reviewed February 7, 2006
The Fart by madfurby Horror
I really didn't want to laugh but it's impossible not to! You've timed the escalation the guy's.... "condition" just perfectly, taking it so far past the point where it's funny that it becomes funny a... reviewed February 7, 2006
Hairy Palms by ninette1 Comedy
It's quite long a drawn out for a one-joke kind of film, but credit where credit's due, it's a very convincing double-handed love-tug. This uh... subgenre... really does benefit from a good VO (see Es... reviewed February 6, 2006
My Nightmare (Final Edition) by Diesel3009 Horror
**May contain spoilers. And traces of nuts** Starts very strongly - the opening track is creepy as all hell and the custom credits drip atmosphere. The lightbulb moment is very well handled, great way... reviewed February 6, 2006
Chicken in the Can by madmatt7g Comedy
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From the Chicken's melodramatic voice to the over-the-top horror shots as he tries to get into the house, this film milks every drop of comedy it possibly can out of what is essentially a really stupi...
reviewed February 5, 2006
Attack Of Cera by TrapperFrank Sci-Fi
Obviously there are lighting problems, given that it was made in 1932. But even allowing for that, there was little semblance of a plot here, and where did all those other people come from at the end? reviewed February 5, 2006
The Man In The Cheap Suit by holly_bibble Romance
It's a passable western - there's nothing in here to explain the motivations of any of the characters but it's a straight forward enough story that it ceases to be a problem towards the end. A few edi... reviewed February 5, 2006
I love the idea of Hobokemon but the lack of any actual battles or information left me a little confused. There are some funny scenes - what the hell is 'iamanelfiamanelfiamanelf'? - but given the sco... reviewed February 5, 2006
URobot by danbo1 Sci-Fi
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Another comedy classic. I laughed so hard at the ending I think one of my lungs collapsed. You better have insurance, bub. **Spoilers ahead!** Some of the VO's were a little hard to hear near the sta...
reviewed February 5, 2006
We closed our eyes by chocolatemouse Sci-Fi
It's difficult to judge this film. There's something I find vaguely distasteful about trying to tackle important subjects with the digital equivalent of action man and barbie, but it's handled in what... reviewed February 4, 2006
santa claus jolly old man oh no by frogo Comedy
I do not have any idea what happened there. But I'm laughing anyway so that's worth something. reviewed February 4, 2006
The THINGS FROM SPACE OR HIGHER by Harry_Spielberg Sci-Fi
It starts well. The subtitled intro is very funny, and you can almost hear the 50's style announcment with a theremin in the background... but then it all starts to go wrong. In a room full on mafia ... reviewed February 4, 2006
Prey by wolverine1112 Comedy
The sound is all over the place - garbled in some scenes, hopelessly out of synch in others - making what is clearly a very confused movie practically autistic. It's possibly unfair to judge the film ... reviewed February 4, 2006
Cracker Jap Show - Jedi Mind Trick by sprague1980 Comedy
The dialog felt a little stunted - as if the supposedly off the cuff remarks had been meticulously scripted. Possibly a limitation of the software and the pauses between character animations but that'... reviewed February 4, 2006
Aegis of Therion 2 - Total Annihilation by erinnicole93 Sci-Fi
Great movie. The effects are spectacular, this time round there's much more development of the universe mythos and the storyline, there's borderline contemporary political commentary. This film has it... reviewed February 3, 2006
Aegis of Therion - Episode I by erinnicole93 Sci-Fi
There's some great custom effects in here, and a cracking score but something just doesn't quite click. Don't get me wrong, this is a very good movie but the storming of the space station, which takes... reviewed February 3, 2006
A PSA From The Grey by Iondrive Comedy
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I may not know art, but I know what I like. I like aliens that are not confused about how they butter their bread. Short and to the point, with a decent VO.
reviewed February 3, 2006
The Trials of Explosivo! Episode II VO by madmatt7g Action
It took the first Explosivo a few scenes to warm up and find it's stride, but there's no f'king around here - Explosivo II hits the ground running and doesn't stop till it's drop kicked you in the nec... reviewed February 3, 2006
Watching Art by God_Of_Plague Romance
The silent-movie style captions were an interesting touch, but because of the already slow-moving nature of the film I don't think they were well suited to this story. The names of some of the works o... reviewed February 3, 2006
The Invisi Horse by God_Of_Plague Comedy
It had it's moments, although they were well spread out. The script needs a little tightening up. Also the invisible horse wasn't as invisible as advertised. Unless that was one of his visible friends... reviewed February 3, 2006
Gorillaburger by DeBeef Comedy
Technically there's nothing wrong with the film - well edited, well paced STs etc. but I don't really know what to make of the content... ok, it lives up to the title admirably. That said, the centra... reviewed February 3, 2006
Edit Shoot Gun-React Shot or by DeBeef Comedy
I think my enjoyment of this film was marred slightly by the fact that I have no idea what the unedited shoot gun / react shot combo looks like... doesn't really matter though, you've dragged it out ... reviewed February 3, 2006
The Lounge Singer by Dulci Romance
An interesting little movie. Not sure I'd call it a romance, it's almost noir. The VO work is great, the song in the background just oozes atmosphere and surprisingly you've even coaxed a great perfor... reviewed February 3, 2006
Angel of Garlem by C_D Sci-Fi
A fairly straight-forward story, could stand to be a little longer to flesh out the main character - we know almost nothing about him, who he is, what he's done so it's difficult to empathise or to fe... reviewed February 3, 2006
JESUS VS EASTER The Cupcake Edition by MefuneAkira Comedy
This just didn't do anything for me. Maybe it's the weight of expectation - I mean for a TMO movie this one is pretty well known and very highly regarded - and maybe it's just me, I was expecting some... reviewed February 3, 2006
Big Chief No Fart by clinteasywood Comedy
A very old joke, and this adds nothing to it. The indian 'chant' is another old joke, one that's not terribly funny the first time so it's constant repetition here does the movie no favours. On the pl... reviewed February 3, 2006
Deception by johnokinawa Romance
The rhyming ruins it, it's been said before that you end up trying to guess what the next line is going to be. And often you're disappointed that the line you come up with is better (when you didn't r... reviewed February 2, 2006
My Nightmare (Trailer) by Diesel3009 Horror
The credits look the business, but go on too long considering this is supposed to be a trailer. It's funny though how few trailers on this site are constructed like an RL movie trailer, intercutting t... reviewed February 2, 2006
A Demons Life (2) by Cronos02 Horror
The mumbling is a little annoying but apart from that well done - an original idea well executed. Shame about the casserole. reviewed February 2, 2006
Doctor Death and The Doomsday Device by Trashman Sci-Fi
Oh where do I begin... the repeated un-funny Dr Deeth joke, the overuse of the same scenes over and over, the grating voice of the main character, the cliche-ridden script, the awful impression of Bil... reviewed February 2, 2006
The Dragon Chaser New Edition by DeBeef Action
Not a bad film but it feels incomplete. The idea of a drunken gunslinger who straightens out when danger threatens is not really that new, but that doesn't really work against this movie. What does is... reviewed February 2, 2006
Warship Dracoclaw by Nuggetdie Sci-Fi
To be honest this didn't really engage me. There were too many holes in the plot, everything felt a little rushed and forced and the most interesting aspects of the story were only hinted at but never... reviewed February 1, 2006
Colossus III Kyojin Akai 3 by Bluhm Sci-Fi
Brilliant - inspired use of the grandfather clock and white boxes to make a mini-city. It felt just like an episode of Ultraman. Some of the dialog was a bit inelegant and not as funny as it could hav... reviewed February 1, 2006
The urge by danbo1 Comedy
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Fantastic. As soon as I stop choking on this mouthful of rice you're getting 4 stars... Crude it may be but it's still damned funny. Great VO work too.
reviewed February 1, 2006
The Legacy of Man by drucifer67 Action
Combination of a good idea and some great editing. Personally I'd have ended on the guy picking up a stick and starting the cycle again but that would have been too obvious. reviewed February 1, 2006
Life on Mars (Trailer) by Bad_wolf Action
I'm always sceptical of remakes of existing movies/TV and this really hasn't done anything to change that - as a huge fan of the BBC cheese-fest I was really let down by this. As a stand-alone film it... reviewed February 1, 2006
Oh Its On 2 Tora Saru Bakuhatsu Plus Plus by mixmasterfestus Action
Truly beautiful! OK, there's no story (unless you count "atomic mega-gorilla meets robo death machine and they don't get along too well" as a story) but this is all about style, and it has it by the b... reviewed February 1, 2006
Helix 7 Trace of Life (Part 1) by Diesel3009 Sci-Fi
This is a long film. There's nothing wrong with long films (or long reviews :) ) as long as the time is used wisely. In this case I'm not convinced it was - several of the conversations serve only to ... reviewed February 1, 2006
Special Highschoolday REMASTERED by TobieStudios Comedy
A bizzare little film... for one thing, why do all the school-girls have chests you'd need oxygen to climb? It's well made, the VO work is decent enough - although there are gaps in delivery which mak... reviewed February 1, 2006
Bunnies Day Out by IronMantis Comedy
Why do I always have to be the one who brings the tone of the Previous Reviews section down by giving 2 or 3 stars? This is a silly movie. I like silly movies. And this one has some great silly moment... reviewed February 1, 2006
Scary Beginners by patty82 Comedy
The humour felt forced, the 'comedy' voices grated on me and, well I just didn't enjoy it. Maybe part of the problem is how over-hyped and well regarded the film seems to be, it couldn't possibly live... reviewed January 31, 2006
The Moneys Nice by KoGar Action
The ending was a bit predictable but all in all the workmanship quality. Good edits, fairly well paced STs (a couple flew by but not many) and there's very little excess flab in the running time. Stor... reviewed January 31, 2006
Domestic Appliance by svenskicorp Comedy
Another one joke movie that needs a better joke. The voice-overs aren't half bad although there's a little bit of popping in the odd line. Nothing that would ruin a movie or it's rating. A bigger prob... reviewed January 31, 2006
The Trials of Explosivo! Episode I (VO) by madmatt7g Action
It's an above average 3 star western for about 5 minutes of the 6 and a bit minutes running time, and then, well, then it goes and earns another star. If you want to find out why you'll have to watch ... reviewed January 30, 2006
Dell Customer Service by BENDICK44 Comedy
Working in support myself, I have to say I completely identified with the unnamed technician - I am sooooo sick of idiots calling a hardware support line so we can dig them out of the software hole th... reviewed January 30, 2006
Rockem-Sockem Robots The Movie by Acquired_Taste Comedy
A decent enough if overly extended fight scene, a couple of clever moments and effects as well as a kickass soundtrack make me feel better disposed towards it that it really deserves. The director onc... reviewed January 30, 2006
The Cactus Killings by speilucasberg Comedy
A bit bizzarre but definitely worth the watch. The dialog is snappier than an egyptian cracker, and while there's some dodgy cutting and you have to really like cactus-based humour to find it as funny... reviewed January 27, 2006
Make Out by chunkychips Romance
Well, this movie does deliver on it's promise - there sure is a lot of making out in it... it's your average tale of boy [wash your mouth out!]s girl, girl leaves boy, girl is inexplicably 8 months pr... reviewed January 27, 2006
I Say I Say I Say! by jaxon58 Comedy
I don't normally like to penalise a movie for not having any voice acting, but given that this film is a collection of really bad (but in a good way) jokes it suffers from the speed of delivery. By th... reviewed January 27, 2006
Al Capone 2 by blamotime Action
The voice over is hilarious - oscillating wildly from austrian to australian to london west end but never quite hitting the generic gangster voice it's aiming at. Normally this would spoil a film, but... reviewed January 27, 2006
Tales From The Subway Phone Booth by TheWolfska Action
This film starts by lulling you into a false sense of security, then to sleep and finally just when a clinical brain-death coma beckons the punchline hits. It *is* clever in a twilight zone kind of wa... reviewed January 27, 2006
Guardians of Evil by BobbyWadd1 Sci-Fi
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I don't like to hand out 5 star reviews but this was really good. Some of the sub-titles flash by a little too quickly and the incidental information is unreadable in a film at this resolution but tha...
reviewed January 27, 2006
fear of the dead by 02matada Horror
You have to hand it to this movie, it's not formulaic. Normally horror movies follow the formula of building tension, scaring the pants off you and then delivering a twist in the tail. This one bucks ... reviewed January 27, 2006
Bum Fights by yoyokid Action
Well, at least I can say that the movie delivers on the title's promise : this is two tramps fighting. There's no semblance of a plot, there's never more than a 10 second continuous stretch without a ... reviewed January 27, 2006
Creatures A Love Story by NghtStlkr Sci-Fi
It's a one joke movie, but it's not a bad joke. The idea has a lot of potential but the director seems to be relying on the 'hilarity' of mutant space beasts fawning all over each other to carry the m... reviewed January 27, 2006
Movie Madness! by 02PARSIM Comedy
All the characters in the film know they're in a film and it suffers greatly for it. The smug self-awareness just does not translate into laughs, nor does highlighting the short-comings of the movie c... reviewed January 26, 2006
Captain Frank vs Hollywood by Acquired_Taste Sci-Fi
Having seen the 2nd Cpt Frank movie first, which is far superior, this is a huge let-down. Very little to laugh about, with the possible exclusion of the now customary 'you son of a [be polite!]' mome... reviewed January 26, 2006
Ninja Monks From Outer Space by kfresh97 Sci-Fi
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With a title like this I really wanted this trailer to be good. But the title is as good as it gets. A random collection of seemingly unrelated scenes with only the barest hint of a plot developing, v...
reviewed January 26, 2006
Stealing money from people is wrong by JMcnish Comedy
I had a lot of trouble with the subtitles but it's an easy enough story to follow so it's not ruined. It's an interesting concept but you don't really do anything with it. OK, I'm disappointed that th... reviewed January 25, 2006
Revenge Of The Ninja by PP87 Action
Being a ninja movie this film was always going to get stuck using the same old kung fu fights that we've all seen a million times before but strangely the overfamiliarty works since it's so dark you c... reviewed January 25, 2006
- 1862 - (Part 1) by Blackstorm Action
The romance was a little forced - he could have at least introduced himself! The constant shifting forward in time every 30 seconds was also a little annoying. And of course, the racist portrayal of t... reviewed January 25, 2006
Parasite by JustXaR Sci-Fi
Very promising start, I felt it began to trail off about half way through, wasn't helped by most of the action happening in the dark and being very hard to make out. All in all a good movie though. reviewed January 25, 2006
The Escape of the [naughty word!]bags by clyde Action
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Incredible what a microphone, a bottle of buckfast and an education that stopped at 1st class can add to a movie! This movie is pure crap, and like any good crap it brought tears to my eyes. Absolutel...
reviewed January 25, 2006
Quoteman by VelvetFog Comedy
The voiceover is muddy, and often difficult to make out - the problem is never more evident then in the scene where Quoteman is muttering to himself, for the first couple of seconds you don't realise ... reviewed January 25, 2006
Technical Demo - Teleportation by msaeluk Sci-Fi
Pretty cool effect. Maybe I'm being picky but the character just disappears which diminishes the effect's... um... well... effect. But I'm never happy. Nice one, son! reviewed January 25, 2006
La Invasion de los muertos vivientes by farrukaitor Horror
The movie suffers from a lack of focus - there's no emotional anchor so really it's just a collection of shots of increasing numbers of zombies going 'aaoooowwww' a lot. However, there's some fantasti... reviewed January 25, 2006
Cold Justice by stwillia69 Action
Someone buy this man a pair of scissors - there are scenes so bloated here it looks like Vanessa Feltz has drowned in a pit of lard while sailing in a bacon canoe. I can appreciate the attempt to buil... reviewed January 25, 2006
Captain Frank to the Rescue by Acquired_Taste Comedy
Some great laughs in here, fantastic voice over work, well worth a watch. Despite the narrator's efforts to explain what was going on, Captain Frank's exit from the stage was a little confusing but I ... reviewed January 25, 2006
Hells Brigade by Harb40 Action
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A fairly straight forward tale of tragedy made on a tight budget. The combination of stock scenes played out in their entirety with no dialogue or editing to give them any unique context takes away fr...
reviewed January 25, 2006
The dream by satchmo Comedy
Like getting the bus to work, this film is very slow moving and when it finally gets where it's going you just wished you'd not bothered and stayed in bed instead. There is one joke in here. One. It's... reviewed January 25, 2006
The Worlds Greatest Household Appliance by lmashman Comedy
Great stuff. I don't want to spoil it for anyone but one of the funniest uses of a costume change I've seen yet. Some very well chosen cut-aways as well. Let's get the negatives out of the way : The e... reviewed January 24, 2006
Latin Lover Pilot by sprague1980 Romance
Have to say, I was not over-awed by this one. The voice acting sounds a little stilted, but that'll come with practice I'm sure. Plotwise, it's amazing how little happens considering it's over 2 minut... reviewed January 24, 2006