raysmo
Number of Movies: 10
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 3.34

Number of Movies Reviewed: 16
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 2
Average Rating Given: 3.56
 
Movies Released by raysmo
Ho-Ho-Uh-Oh! Comedy
Christie Becker (Helen Farrer) visits the North Pole in this brand new holiday comedy from that Mistress of Mayhem Emma Van Haaren!!! posted December 21, 2005
Until Death Do Us Part Romance
No Description posted December 9, 2005
The Baggage Boy Comedy
No Description posted December 8, 2005
The Quiet Gun Action Not Rated
No Description posted December 8, 2005
Love Lasso Romance Not Rated
No Description posted December 8, 2005
Until Death Do Us Part Romance
Following the wordless story of one couple throughout their life of love from the day they meet until...well, the title says it all. My first attempt at a somewhat serious film. I discovered how d... posted December 1, 2005
Smackula Comedy
No Description posted November 14, 2005
Superguy The Story Begins Action
The first of a proposed trilogy, "Superguy" introduces a mysterious crimefighter to the city of Gothamopolis.... posted November 13, 2005
Smackula Comedy
No Description posted November 12, 2005
Love Hurts Romance
One day I'll be able to afford an actor that can pull off a believable death scene. posted November 12, 2005
 
Movies Reviewed by raysmo
Letting Go by sparrowtm Romance
I came in to watch this because the premise sounded a lot like my Until Death Do Us Part. We even used a lot of the same scenes. But I do bow to this work. Nicely done, and the music fits superbly. ... reviewed December 2, 2005
Six Inches by DeadlyAccurate Comedy
I must have missed that thread. I hope it wasn't a picture thread :) reviewed December 1, 2005
KING KONG 1940 by StevenKreg Action
Nicely done. That's the way to create an illusion. reviewed December 1, 2005
Terror Tales - Of Chief Concern by HyperGnome Horror
Very nicely done. I wish I knew how to do voice work/voice effects like that. Yes, the story, as you say, is a bit cliche, but it's put together so well using the tools you're given, that I have to ... reviewed December 1, 2005
Zombotine by Nikells Horror
I don't know if I'd normally give it a 5 but I'm gonna in order to balance out the idiot that gave you two 1 stars. Definitely a 4 star effort though. reviewed November 16, 2005
Norm! by Omegamale Sci-Fi
Nicely editted, and a clever take on the Norm name reviewed November 14, 2005
Ouch! by Pyromapes2k Comedy
Featured Review
Good choice of music, and monkeys are always good for a laugh
reviewed November 14, 2005
Zombies Are People Too by KingDavid73 Comedy
Zombies are always a crowd pleaser. Work on the voice acting and you'll be a star! reviewed November 14, 2005
The Count of Corlagh Part 1 by wolfman Sci-Fi
Very nice. Can't wait to see more of the Female Force. You know, like a shower scene. reviewed November 14, 2005
Gadzooks II: Return to the Random Planet by wolfman Sci-Fi
Editted nicely, but I kept getting a Matrix Reloaded feel from it in that I just wanted people to stop talking and starting shooting. (Of course, when you make the poster up, you can now have a blurb... reviewed November 14, 2005
Glory Hole by Sheya Comedy
If only they'd been cowboys.... reviewed November 13, 2005
Ghouls Night by DeadlyAccurate Comedy
If you can find a scene of a guy falling out of a window, I'll give you 4 stars, but until then, TV has sapped me of my imagination and I just can't picture it in my head. reviewed November 12, 2005
An Impolite Dustup by SlackerChris Action
Featured Review
I couldn't possibly give this film more than 3 stars, due to the fact that The Barber Of Seville should have been the soundtrack instead.
reviewed November 12, 2005
The Happy Nutcase by DeadlyAccurate Comedy
Oh those Nazis! reviewed November 12, 2005
Attack of the Space Chickens by TheRyuujinMike Horror
No Review reviewed November 12, 2005
You Forgot Poland! by SlackerChris Comedy
Hey, Max Carnage from the SDMB checking in. Why do I laugh? reviewed November 12, 2005