Number of Movies: 19
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 4.31

Number of Movies Reviewed: 395
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 42
Average Rating Given: 3.72
Movies Released by skarsten
Bar Jokes Comedy
My entry into the "Sweaty Brick Bar Jokes" Competition. ** Highest chart position: #4 Comedy, #28 overall ** posted February 15, 2007
Operation Santa Snatch - Special Edition Action
See the newly-updated and remade version of the holiday classic! When Santa's sleigh is shot down over enemy lines in 1943, it's up to a small group of Allied soldiers to save the day. Featuring mod... posted January 8, 2007
Shades of Black (trailer) Action
The trailer for my up-and-coming film, "Shades of Black". * Custom costume by rogue099 * Custom title graphics by skarsten posted September 16, 2006
Code Monkey Romance
It's the story of a love-struck, programmin' primate as told in music video form. "Code Monkey" - by Jonathan Coulton * song used with permission * posted August 13, 2006
Sagebrush Shenanigans Comedy
It's the Three Sparx Brothers in a digitally-restored reissue of the 1930 western comedy, "Sagebrush Shenanigans"! When Beauford T. Flapjacks (Gaucho Sparx) is named sheriff of the small town of Sage... posted July 30, 2006
Klown Kombat Comedy
The best one minute of clowns slapping the snot out of each other you'll ever see. posted July 29, 2006
Starfighter Ace Sci-Fi
The Terran military finds themselves a hero in the most unlikely of places, in this fast-paced adventure in starfighter combat. ** Originally, this film was to be my entry in the "Explosive Stunts & ... posted July 15, 2006
Chicago Blues Action
It was bound to happen, Junior Crimestoppers! This is the brand-new re-telling of the original Jack Macy adventure, "Chicago Blues", as it appeared in "Crime Story" Magazine in 1925. It was the succ... posted June 26, 2006
Attack of the 50-foot Chick in a Bikini Comedy
You just knew someone was gonna do one of these eventually. Sit back and enjoy the best "giant chick in a bikini" movie I've ever done. Actually... just sit back and enjoy the *only* "giant chick in... posted June 10, 2006
Gangbusters Action
Jack Macy is back, Junior Crimestoppers! Action! Films has finally restored the badly-damaged original print of episode four from the classic 1933 detective serial. "Gangbusters" follows "The Heist",... posted June 6, 2006
The Hit Action
Action! Films - bringing you the best in classic adventure. "The Hit" is part three of the 1933 detective serial starring Jack Macy, following "The Heist" (part one) and "Jailbreak!" (part two). ** ... posted February 18, 2006
When the mercenaries of Randam Company get sent on a recon mission to find out what happened to some missing scientists... all hell breaks loose. posted January 23, 2006
Jack Macy Falls Down Stairs Comedy
You know, for the life of me I have no idea why I did this. posted January 9, 2006
Jailbreak! Action
Action! Films - bringing you the best in classic adventure! "Jailbreak!" is the second episode (following "The Heist") of the 1933 detective serial featuring Jack Macy and his crusade against "Boss" ... posted January 8, 2006
Jailbreak! Action
Action! Films - continuing to bring you the finest in classic adventure! Jailbreak! is the second installment in the Jack Macy detective serials (following "The Heist") from the 1930s, digitally rema... posted January 8, 2006
Space Nazis from beyond the Moon Sci-Fi
What do you get when a completely new-to-The-Movies player writes his first script? You get crap, of course. "Space Nazis" is my entry into the "your first and worst" forum showcase, hosted by gumme... posted January 1, 2006
Operation Santa Snatch Action
When Santa Claus tries to deliver presents to the people of a war-torn Europe in 1943, it's up to a small group of Allied soldiers to save the day. posted December 23, 2005
The Heist Action
Action! Films is digging into their vaults and digitally remastering their classic adventure serials from the 1930s and '40s. "The Heist" stars world-famous comic strip detective Jack Macy going up a... posted December 4, 2005
Kung Fu Disco Action
An experiment in kung fu choreography set to music. It's short and there's no story beyond "girl meets guy, guy mocks girl, girl kicks the crap out of guy", but I see potential in these characters an... posted November 30, 2005
Movies Reviewed by skarsten
The Hollow Dance - In The Name of Love by mixmasterfestus Action
I get it, now. you were just messing with us, all this time. "Give us a plot," we said... so WHAM! Plot. *This* is the kind of movie I knew you could make. Keep it up! reviewed May 4, 2007
Natural Occurance by kuroken Sci-Fi
Well, better late than never, I suppose. Technically flawless, although there was one scene towards the beginning where the woman was gesturing as if she were talking, but she wasn't. I didn't know ... reviewed April 14, 2007
Get On Up! (The Anthem) by First_Demand_Productions Comedy
Probably one of the best music videos I've ever seen 'round these here parts - and I've seen at least four. reviewed April 9, 2007
Into the Shadow - Part2 by sherwinliu Romance
As great as this series is, I wasn't as fond of this installment as I was the prior. Beautifully shot, as always, and well-acted, of course... but it dragged a bit and the script - well, I got comple... reviewed March 21, 2007
Empire (Part One) by andy_inc Action
Empire is beautifully scored - the music suits the film perfectly, especially during the swordfight. The camerawork is also fairly inspired, although a little jumpy in places. The majority of the vo... reviewed February 24, 2007
Into the Shadow - Part 1 Overture by sherwinliu Romance
Well, I can officially consider myself kicked off of the top of the heap as far as old forties movies go. The thing that really caught my attention was the incredibly subtle use of overlays - those f... reviewed February 16, 2007
Messy Drinker by BerkleyJL Comedy
Yep. I LOL'd. Too much setup considering the length of the joke, tho. reviewed February 16, 2007
Feed Or Be Fed by stevec375 Action
The good; An original twist on an unoriginal story. The character of the priest as a reluctant former soldier is definitely interesting, and the movie's dialogue doesn't take itself very seriously. ... reviewed February 15, 2007
Internal Darkness The Specter by IISharperII Sci-Fi
Well, hot damn! It's rare that I stumble across a fairly new, unknown studio that has so much going for it. I've only seen this one episode of the series... but so far, I can tell it's going great. ... reviewed February 10, 2007
Special Delivery by BerkleyJL Comedy
AwwwwWWWWWWWWWWWWW. A touching rom-com with not one, but TWO wacky musical montages? I'm sold. A great effort from a relative newcomer. Now you'll be forced to top it! No pressure there... reviewed February 10, 2007
What are the Odds by Wulf_Jarlson Comedy
Cute. Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go pound the monkey. Er... never mind. reviewed February 10, 2007
Stranger In The Wood by crAZRick Sci-Fi
Five stars simply for that "oh, snap! they have medical scanners!" line. cracked me up. reviewed February 10, 2007
Steele Man 5 The Wrath of Xenon by RJANACONDA Action
Hmm... well, seeing as how I missed the other four, I'm not sure if this is meant to be campy or not - but it's too tasteless to be camp, what with all the ghetto-speak and swearing, but it's too camp... reviewed February 10, 2007
Shoot The Messenger! by crAZRick Action
um... yea. reviewed February 10, 2007
Test of Heroes III The Sword Of Athena by hisstorymn Action
Aphrodite's a MAN, baby! Some mild technical errors and a bit of flat delivery keeps me from rating this a five, but otherwise it was pretty good, with some nice camera tricks and innovative storytel... reviewed February 10, 2007
Father Christmas by 02PARSIM Romance
Weird, creepy, and depressing - but still, a lot of heart. I have to wonder, though... angels exist, they are capable of power over life and death, and yet they choose euthanasia over curing Mary's i... reviewed February 10, 2007
Fight of England by Christian11 Action
A choppily-edited opening kicks off a film of wooden voice acting, misspelled subtitles, and a wafer-thin plot. And what's a nine-year-old boy doing on the battlefield, anyway? reviewed February 10, 2007
HAZARDOUS Part 1 by jackbrooker Action
I once commented to my boss that high-end cell phones were a lot like supermodels. They were really great to look at (and handle), but they had... issues. Such it is with this film. Much like a sup... reviewed February 10, 2007
The Tom Fire Show by PJvG Sci-Fi
You don't see groovy '70s action around here enough. Great for what it was, but it both started and ended a little abruptly. A slightly more in-depth script would have helped immensely... even if ju... reviewed February 10, 2007
Women of the Wild West by crAZRick Action
pretty straightforward... thought the violence in the middle was a little excessive but I guess it all came together in the end. Not bad. reviewed February 10, 2007
Your Boner and You by MrMiracle Comedy
Yep. I LOL'd. reviewed February 10, 2007
Lying Down by phussion Comedy
Ha! You just streeeetched the gag out for ages, didn'tcha? Very dark and amusing, especially heightened by the grainy film stock. Apropo for the time period. reviewed February 10, 2007
Scramble (Part Two) by postmodernchuck Sci-Fi
Well, I can't tell you anything that hasn't already been said... 'cept this; It is a pretty rare thing when I consider a TMO movie worthy of the hype surrounding it. Scramble is, without a doubt... ... reviewed February 10, 2007
Scramble (Part One) by postmodernchuck Sci-Fi
Oozes so much style and professionalism I'm afraid to get up lest I slip. Somebody get the mop! reviewed February 10, 2007
mr bunny 1 by stevie84 Comedy
I think I would have categorized this more as horror than comedy as it was far more creepy than funny. Creepy it was, though - the interspersal of fantasy and reality worked for me. Unfortunately, a... reviewed February 10, 2007
The Clucky Cluck Show 2 by corpsehereproductions Comedy
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HA! The edgy, acerbic humor of this kid's show gone horribly wrong is only further accented by the clever set dressing and sharp formatting. A highly inventive bit that leaves 'em wincing, but laugh...
reviewed January 23, 2007
Battle for the Beginnig 3 by rhythmnation1 Sci-Fi
Incredibly wooden voice-acting and a disjointed, slow-moving script keep me from getting into this movie... although the ending worked quite well, and sets up the next part beautifully. Too bad the r... reviewed January 23, 2007
Red Squad-VII-The Next Generation- by jamestkirk Sci-Fi
'fraid I gotta go with Ubernewbie's comments, here - there was nothing "complex" about the subtitles that warranted skipping voiceovers. I've done far more complicated speeches in my films with no tr... reviewed January 23, 2007
The Barman by farquad Action
weird, in a dreamlike kinda way... but didn't really grab me. probably would have been a lot better without subtitles. reviewed January 23, 2007
Advertising Space by Timo666 Comedy
Maybe they're commercials we don't get in America...? reviewed January 23, 2007
One Sunrise Earlier pt 4 by MrMiracle Action
Pretty good as an ending... although it could have used a recap of some sort for those of us who haven't seen the first three. Apart from that, some editing anomalies during the opening conversation ... reviewed January 23, 2007
Periers 1944 Preview by davidwww Action
Niiice trailer. reviewed January 23, 2007
Star Coconut Girl Saga by KirinRiotCrash Sci-Fi
Surprisingly little actually happens in this twenty-minute modfest that wallows in its own attempted cleverness with TMO in-jokes and "celebrity" cameos. The opening theme song was painful at best, t... reviewed January 21, 2007
The Wilson Green Monologues Santa Banter by nahton Comedy
Smart, funny, and acerbic - kinda a "Archie Bunker Christmas Story". I see definite potential in this series, and look forward to the rest. reviewed January 21, 2007
The Christmas Beard by Movie-Mad Comedy
A bit plodding and self-indulgent, but the writing was smart at times and the overall concept worked. reviewed January 12, 2007
Ghetto Christmas by homemadeeye Comedy
I LOL'd. reviewed January 11, 2007
The Bufu Awards (Trialer) by bufu0 Comedy
Can't say anything that hasn't already been said, 'cept please take this out of the Skinshack rotation. There's nothing redeeming here whatsoever, and if you stuck to the announced release date the a... reviewed January 11, 2007
The Path We Choose Trailer by rysto Horror
pretty slick for a trailer, but the narrator's voice was too faint too be understandable. keep an eye on the volume and quality of your voice clips and the actual feature should be pretty good. reviewed January 11, 2007
FINAL HOURS by davidwww Action
An otherwise excellent movie dragged down by sloppily-typed subtitles. reviewed January 11, 2007
Comedy corner 4 clip 1 by derbyrams Comedy
voice volume was too low, but the joke? Monkey says LOL. reviewed January 11, 2007
Revenge of the Bullied One by tomasm Comedy
It's like... Three O'Clock High meets Revenge of the Nerds, starring Andy Kaufman as Latka Gravas. While I wasn't fond of the bully, the two leads were well-voiced... especially Solveig. Some amusin... reviewed January 11, 2007
Silverback Mountain Gorillas by zoomboy27 Comedy
Ya just take that one joke and squeeze the everlovin' life outta it, don'tcha? I was laughing my ass off by the end. Now *that's* comedy. reviewed January 10, 2007
WalterIII by Epana Comedy
This movie has personality... although that personality is stifled by a very lackluster voiceover and hastily-typed, badly grammatical subtitles. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that the one-sided c... reviewed January 10, 2007
Josh Will 18 by Cruleworld Comedy
Slow-paced, not terribly funny (although some jokes were good, and I liked the last one... sneaks up on ya!) - but well-shot, and the VOs were great, although at least one character was so faint I cou... reviewed January 10, 2007
There is a Santa Clause by monkeybiz Romance
Weird, artistic, soothing, and with a punchline that made me nod my head and go, "yeah. This is good." Way to go. reviewed January 10, 2007
Dignity of Men by sherwinliu Romance
Hot damn. This is the kind of movie that just screams, "we know what we're doing". From the camera angles to the expert use of animations (it took me a while to recognize a few of the scenes, such w... reviewed January 10, 2007
View From a Window by sgporsche48 Horror
A vague, dreamlike film that manages to do a good job of creating an achingly slow descent into... well, something. Maybe I'm dense, but the ending didn't make any sense to me at all - and I'm not te... reviewed January 10, 2007
He works at McDonalds in the Wild West by electricdragon Comedy
It wasn't bad, but the aforementioned continuity errors and some other fairly sloppy details (black title text, a title too long for the screen, among other things) leads me to dock it a few points. ... reviewed January 10, 2007
A Photograph Lasts A Lifetime by sweatyshoulder Horror
Neat. A decent... uh... stab (*groannnn*) at a horror thriller - although I think a little too much time was spent on the chase and not enough on the buildup. On the other hand, it was excellently s... reviewed January 10, 2007
Gastropod 2 by Tuskil2 Sci-Fi
I'm at a loss for words, so I'll let Austin Powers review this movie in my place. "Groovy baby, yeah!!" Well, there you go. reviewed January 9, 2007
Pirates - Episode II Fixed by richegroover Action
Faaar better than the other version. Congradulations on getting the bugs fixed, but a quick note - the old version is still in the rotation on Skinshack, and that's the one I got directed to. I foun... reviewed January 9, 2007
Pirates - Episode II by richegroover Action
What markrichardbenna said. 'cept not as nasty. (Un)fortunately, I'm not a hard-hearted enough [naughty word!] to one-star this given all the work that went into the costumes and props. The visuals... reviewed January 9, 2007
My Ordinary Life by Wilder1 Comedy
Your movie amused me. You may touch my monkey. reviewed January 9, 2007
Till Death Do Us Part by rysto Action
Well, that was weird. I don't really know what to make of this. It's part of a series.. and there's a definite appeal to that - a pair of newlyweds (I assume) that just keep getting into all sorts o... reviewed January 9, 2007
The Merciless Sun by mericc Action
Well. I'm not sure what's more impressive; the fact that you managed to evoke such a tone of plodding... heat... or that you managed to pull off a very dreamlike quality to the whole thing. Everythi... reviewed January 9, 2007
The Life Of Troy Jackson 1 by ShyShy Action
Not bad. The Good: I liked the story. A basic tale of the tangle of violence that always accompanies drugs and drug dealers. The ethnic diversity of the two leads was a pleasant change, also. The ... reviewed January 9, 2007
Forever Immortal Episode 3 by andy_inc Action
Hm... well, the plot was ripped from Futurama and some of the voice acting was lackluster at best, but it was still fast-paced and entertaining. I especially liked the editing work on the rocket laun... reviewed January 9, 2007
Forever Immortal Episode 2 by andy_inc Action
A big improvement over the last one - most of the technical errors have been cleaned up and the pace and energy of the original carries over. This is shaping up to be an interesting series! reviewed January 9, 2007
Forever Immortal 1 by andy_inc Action
Interesting. The script was a bit disjointed and disorganized, but overall the movie had a great pace and energy - which was only enhanced by the eclectic mix of old and new costumes and sets. Voice... reviewed January 9, 2007
Space Generation - The First Encounter by DoubleMPee Sci-Fi
Armand echoed most of my thoughts with the film's flaws - I enjoyed the fact that it was a silent film, but towards the end, the lack of any idea of what was going on hampered it a bit. The opening a... reviewed November 25, 2006
LEX Justice by Epana Action
The good; A plot that keeps you guessing - you're kinda wondering just what the heck is going on until the end, then all of a sudden "ohhhh... *I* get it." Scene construction, editing, some innovati... reviewed November 25, 2006
Hey Santa Clause You! by devilboy204 Action
Technically, this video didn't follow the action of the song so well, and yes, the mumbling needed to be turned off. The song itself... maybe it's an Across The Pond thing, but that's not "moderate" ... reviewed November 25, 2006
The Day I Woke an Angel by cruleworld Horror
I thought God's performance was a bit stilted - but the movie itself was okay in a "here's a moral" kind of way. I realize it was short for a reason, but I think a film like this could use a bit more... reviewed November 25, 2006
A Photograph Lasts A Lifetime - Trailer by sweatyshoulder Horror
Quite good for a trailer, in the psychological thriller sort of way. I think the external graphics detracted from it a little, though. They were kinda "low-tech" looking. reviewed November 25, 2006
Biggest Fear by G0liath Comedy
HA! I am amused. reviewed November 25, 2006
Vindictive by corpsehereproductions Sci-Fi
A rather unique and creepy bit of sci-fi, although I felt the ending lacked a bit of the urgency necessary to convey danger. Some of the dialogue could have used another pass ("get the data... get th... reviewed November 6, 2006
Dont smoke told by King Kung by zogo1 Sci-Fi
Turn off the mumbling actors if you're going to use voiceovers. Move the mike AWAY from your face so it doesn't pick up breathing and popping. If you're going to do all your own voices, at least TRY... reviewed November 5, 2006
The Loneliest Man On Earth by tomasm Comedy
How is it that an old man creaking along to a disco beat for four minutes can keep me laughing where other, more ambitious films have failed? I don't know. This is the kinda movie where you realize ... reviewed November 5, 2006
Naughty Undercover Girls - File 2 by Timo666 Action
Couldn't read a word of the subtitles, and the music was totally inappropriate for the action for the first half of the film. Still, the film is well-put together and I'm sure there was *something* e... reviewed November 5, 2006
Space Generation - The Next Encounter by DoubleMPee Sci-Fi
High points: well-done camera work, scene selection, set use. Low points: comedy revolving around the fact that the pilot has an afro, inappropriate music for much of the opener, and the fact that no... reviewed November 5, 2006
Murderous Conscience by sweatyshoulder Action
Normally, I'd consider a film like this three stars. It stands on its own, yes, but there's backstory in the description that probably would have been better served being shown in the film proper. A... reviewed November 5, 2006
Josh and Will at 18 by cruleworld Action
A 'comedy' with plenty of gunfire and aliens... but no laughs. Overacted voiceovers, barely audible soundtrack volume. Mis-use of the Ain't Over Yet scene - twice. Back to back. No real plot. A p... reviewed November 5, 2006
Mr Dirty Mr Tight - Das Battle by OlliEntertainment Comedy
I'm always skeptical of a hot pick description that insists the film will make me laugh - especially if it's in German. I think I just don't get German humor. The subtitles are somewhat awkwardly tr... reviewed November 5, 2006
My Monkey by Hippobabe Comedy
Looks like I hooked Jonathan a new fan. ;) Cute video, rather peaceful and symbolic in a way. reviewed September 22, 2006
Ashley Porter and Shadow Meet Laddie by suedenim Comedy
I'm not biased. Really. reviewed August 30, 2006
Funkalicious by Dulci Romance
Wildly imaginative, and just a tad bit creepy. Oh yes, and FUNKADELIC! reviewed August 13, 2006
Hockey Fiend Strikes Again by Cloudhammer Horror
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Good ol' Elias. Whoever takes over that role is gonna have some mighty big shoes to fill. Anyway, as I said in my last review, you do quite a good job of putting together a story without dialogue. ...
reviewed August 3, 2006
Expedition TS499 by Cloudhammer Sci-Fi
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You definitely have a knack for editing that most people so new to the game take forever to nail down, I'll give you that. Good structure, good flow, good use of music and what-not. I think if you t...
reviewed August 3, 2006
Um What by Cloudhammer Comedy
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Again, I agree with kos. However, the extra star is for the fact that, although I can't quite explain why, I laughed my ass off at the entire thing.
reviewed August 3, 2006
Hockey Fiend by Cloudhammer Horror
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A solid, if basic, bit of horror eekery. You did, however, make the one mistake many novice filmmakers make. There's a bit of an art to making the Ain't Over Yet scene work, but you haven't quite go...
reviewed August 3, 2006
The Rocket Revengers by Cloudhammer Sci-Fi
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I agree with kos, mostly. Surprisingly good for a somewhat-first effort, and I found the voiceovers quite funny. They had an old newsreel quality to them. The extra star is for encouragement, and t...
reviewed August 3, 2006
Ashley Porter Diamond Anniversary by suedenim Action
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Hot damn, you've really outdone yourself, sue. Everything about this one was just spot on... from the writing, to the visuals, to the music. All of it. This is one to be proud of.
reviewed July 30, 2006
The Light in the Dust - Part 2 by decadentpictures Horror
Um... wow? Yea. Wow's good. I'll go with wow. reviewed July 30, 2006
Holy Vengeance by Omegastevej Action
Not bad... you started with a good concept which, if executed right, would have been worth a fiver. However, a couple of things dragged the film down for me. First, for the amount of story you tried... reviewed July 29, 2006
De-reppers doom by Onirele Comedy
I'd consider this a three-star movie if it wasn't for the excessive popping and blowing in the audio. It would've been fairly "okay" otherwise. reviewed July 29, 2006
Wolf R Reen Hunt for Fire by jupiter2 Action
Not quite as funny as "Attack of the 69 Foot Woman", but I suppose it's because this one "came" first. ha ha. Seriously. Editing was a little choppy in a places, some of the subtitles hard to rea... reviewed July 21, 2006
Attack of the 69 Ft Woman by jupiter2 Comedy
Dear lord, that was funny. In a cheap, sleazy, cheezy way that makes you feel like you need a shower afterwards. I don't normally five-star subtitled comedies, but seriously. Hilarious. reviewed July 21, 2006
Nights Out by offkilter81 Romance
Surprisingly good for a first upload. The subtitles were well-written, with no errors I could see. Editing was fine, except for a few continuity errors during the driving sequences (IE, the movie too... reviewed July 21, 2006
Jody Chemical 2 by Enza Action
Well, that was six minutes of my life I'll never get back... Let's start with the obvious; the only reason this didn't earn a one-star rating from me was that I could see the faintest glimmer of a pl... reviewed July 21, 2006
Space Fight Tech Demo by tysuru Sci-Fi
There is no reason for a small handful of scenes scenes strung together with no editing or structure to be number eight on the sci-fi charts, let alone have five five-star ratings. Especially not wit... reviewed July 21, 2006
fight to the death by kwizatshaderach Action
Hey, it was better than my first. :) About the only thing I'd suggest is to not use dialogue scenes unless they have dialogue in them, and the music was a little modern for an old-school western. reviewed July 20, 2006
Price of Vengeance by Bennettl Action
A paper-thin plot dragged along by wooden dialogue-delivery, inappropriate set material, and confusing, repetitive editing (primarily in the last scene). And uh, yea; the Star Wars costumes stuck out... reviewed July 20, 2006
Dax and the world of Tomorrow pt 1 by dgoff Sci-Fi
Yikes. No real plot to speak of - it seems like the scenes were just tossed together with no real care to what kind of story they told... and as a result, didn't tell one at all. The dialogue, total... reviewed July 20, 2006
Fire and Forget III by nukester Action
Definitely a film with some fine attention to detail, and quite a few innovative bits that got me nodding my head and going 'yuh. that was a good shot." on the other hand, some flat delivery by the ... reviewed July 19, 2006
Donna Kebab by pearsonhouse Romance
Cute. :) Some of the dialogue was a little awkward, but you did okay with what you had to work with. Personally, I would have left out the farting though. reviewed July 19, 2006
Noir (Part 2) by siddus Action
Sorry it took so long for me to get around to these... detective noir is relatively rare on TMO and you've hit the style perfectly. Couldn't understand a word Splitter said, though - too low and got ... reviewed July 16, 2006
The Revenger by scorpio1018 Action
Nothing about this movie really grabbed me... but nothing about it really turned me off, either. The soundtrack didn't work very well, but other than that? Not bad. reviewed July 16, 2006
Ghost Ship III - Exterminus by ubernewbie Sci-Fi
Well. The parts that were done, were done very well. I liked the overall feel of the film, and the voice actors were appropriate although a little flat. Some of the audio needed cleaning up, as wel... reviewed July 16, 2006
Hellmut und Hellge - Trailer by OlliEntertainment Comedy
I don't know if that was supposed to be a comedy, but it cracked me up anyway. reviewed July 16, 2006
The Hunt For The Yeti by Richegroover Action
A unique premise that was, unfortunately, marred by a number of issues. For one, it was still about four minutes too long. A lot of the opening expository material could have been trimmed down or ju... reviewed July 16, 2006
Oddworld - The case of the burning man by fateddie Horror
Rather unique approach... and the various characters were amusing as well. Storywise, it puts an interesting spin on the "somebody is killing everybody" schtick, and apart from the medieval costumes,... reviewed July 16, 2006
Evac by Parsons Sci-Fi
I was originally torn between a three and a four, because the bits that were done well, were done really well. A couple of the space shots were good, and the battle scene was cut fairly well. On the... reviewed July 16, 2006
Normal was yesterday by Junker82 Sci-Fi
A better case of unrealized potential I have yet to see - we have cyberpunk corporations, other elements of sci-fi, some kind of secret agent... and yet, the director still manages to fill thirteen mi... reviewed July 16, 2006
Hammer Man and Wonder Boy by qasim Comedy
... Words fail me. reviewed July 16, 2006
Mr And Mrs Clause by Projectx Romance
Cute. :) Nothing to drag it down, but nothing to lift it up beyond average, either. reviewed July 16, 2006
The Golden Dog by johnokinawa Sci-Fi
You don't see this kind of film on TMO very often, and for that, it should be commended. Unfortunately, I found some of the dialogue a little preachy and borderline hokey, especially the dog's melodr... reviewed July 16, 2006
Gangster Nation by UrinatingTree Comedy
I'm at a loss for words. Truly, and verily. Please accept these five stars in lieu of anything coherent I might have said in regards to this right hi-larious film. reviewed July 15, 2006
Jane Blonde by apio38 Action
Quite good for a first effort; the story worked, the subtitles were clean, and you managed to keep the plot flowing despite much dialogue. A few clever editing tricks, like the exploding helicopter, ... reviewed July 15, 2006
Left In Town by FoDooG Comedy
Not since "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" has a musical touched so many in such ways as should probably be reported to the authorities. A fast-paced, irreverent script reminiscent of Monty Python's F... reviewed July 14, 2006
Oh Its On 3 Ouichi Genshi Basutaa Alpha by mixmasterfestus Action
As visually impressive as this movie is, it's become representative of a trend that I see TMO taking that I do not like even remotely. That being, that the films given the most attention are the ones... reviewed July 6, 2006
Cry Wolf by vesobe Action
Can't say anything that hasn't been said already, really. Good job. reviewed June 29, 2006
Voices by Greenglades Romance
Not bad... not bad at all. You show a good grasp of all the various facets of making a quality movie, but I can't rate this one a five. For starters, the script had a few holes in it. If he went in... reviewed June 29, 2006
Malloy Chapter One by DaRKoNe462 Action
Hot damn. Can't find a single thing wrong with this picture... filmed with a fluid, almost lazy style that captures the mood of the protagonist perfectly. Great voiceovers, perfect music selection..... reviewed June 28, 2006
High Hopes Sanitarium by ninette1 Horror
Sheeeeit. I should *not* have watched this with the lights off. Horror movies are all about atmosphere, and the inventive freecam tricks, set dressing, overlays, sounds... all of it, just melds toge... reviewed June 28, 2006
Ninjas In Space by docontheweb Comedy
I was rather torn between four stars and five... so I went with five because I don't want a ninja to kill me in my sleep. reviewed June 28, 2006
Evil Claws Remake by nackman34 Action
The plot didn't really go anywhere, and if you plan on using "Ain't Over Yet", then you need a reason for the victim to be back two scenes later. The audio quality left a lot to be desired; too much ... reviewed June 28, 2006
Trouble in Lonewolf! by MefuneAkira Comedy
Can't say nuthin' that ain't been said 'afore, 'cept this film puts the "fun" in "funny". And about that time... things got a little weird. reviewed June 28, 2006
When Zombies Demons And Aliens Attack by Seam Comedy
Kinda stupid, not funny, and I didn't like it. One outta three ain't good. reviewed June 28, 2006
so this is life by stpixie Romance
The premise was an interesting one, and the music appropriate. Still, the dialogue got a little incomprehensible towards the middle and the misspellings and grammatical errors really brought it down.... reviewed June 28, 2006
State of the Heart by kevonski Romance
Racial stereotypes, bad dialogue, and one whole scene. Not what I'd call an award-winner. reviewed June 28, 2006
FAF Comercial by leejames929 Action
Too short, no point, and terrible sound quality. reviewed June 28, 2006
Lionhead News by FraasMovies Comedy
The following comedy does not actually contain any jokes. In fact, I'd consider it little more than a tech demo for the lion's head mesh. It makes me wonder who's smoking something... me, who didn't... reviewed June 28, 2006
The Rose by 02PARSIM Action
So, the hunter becomes the hunted. It was a good effort, but there were a few things that kept it from being better than a three, for me. I think there was a continuity error during the phone call..... reviewed June 28, 2006
Midnight at Spooky Hotell by BamRyan Comedy
Wasn't much to it, was there? A base of three (not good, not bad) dropped to two for the typos in the (sub)titles, but back up to three for the punchline. Would've been funny with voice overs. :) reviewed June 27, 2006
Guarding the Gate by LeoBrZ81 Comedy
I'm rather torn between a 3 and a 4, here - the jokes didn't really grab me beyond the first, but I can't give such an original concept for a film a 3. So, 3ish, for technical merit and writing bumpe... reviewed June 27, 2006
Ultima6000ATM (LMAO Studios Quickie) by MefuneAkira Comedy
Well-produced, but the joke was fairly obvious. The only real criticism I have is that the credits are a little too long for such a short film... otherwise I like the format and the style. Good job! reviewed June 27, 2006
Ashley Porter in Apes on a Stage by suedenim Action
Some of the closing action sequence was a little choppy, but still well done. And y'know, Ashley's grandpappy makes about as much sense as a chipmunk in a boxcar full'a banjos. :p reviewed June 10, 2006
Ashley Porter Meets the Super Soldier by suedenim Action
Some clever use of the new camera tricks... well done! reviewed June 10, 2006
Just A Piano Man by Ramos Sci-Fi
For a first effort, this is stellar. A few comments regarding technical improvements: toggle off the mumbling if you use your own voiceovers. The music also seemed out of place in a lot of scenes, a... reviewed February 19, 2006
Buried by HRH Sci-Fi
I couldn't give it a five due to some technical issues - Purple text on a red background in the titles (ick), a couple editing hiccups... but now that that's out of the way, this is a solid piece. I ... reviewed February 19, 2006
Confessions of a Zombie by PRINCEINEXILE Comedy
All buildup and no punchline. Yes, yes - zombies are typecast; but repeating the same line in different variations ad nauseum with naughty language thrown in for three minutes isn't enough to sustain... reviewed February 19, 2006
How NOT to Make a Movie by mattdawg420 Comedy
Cute... but what did Hitler have to do with anything? reviewed February 18, 2006
Youve Got Spam! by kuroken Comedy
"Erections... like... steel..." five stars. reviewed February 18, 2006
Space Peace - Not Really any Hope by mattdawg420 Comedy
Oh, where to begin. First, Nogroup's voiceover delivery was too forced. It was... obvious... that... he... was... reading... his lines. Secondly, to qualify as a "spoof", you need to do more than j... reviewed February 17, 2006
ZOMBIES GONE WILD! by Betral Comedy
"Joel, I'm going to slap this movie so hard..." - Tom Servo, MST3K Zombies making out. I really didn't need to see that. I need to go wash my eyes out now. Oh, and watch your subtitle typos. (It was cute.) reviewed February 17, 2006
The Three Stooges (Remake) by joeramoni Comedy
Much better than Laurel & Hardy. This one had a beginning, middle, and end... and for the most part, captured the feel of the Stooges shorts rather well. The closing punchline was well done, too. So... reviewed February 16, 2006
Laurel and Hardy by joeramoni Comedy
A good effort, but it just falls short on too many levels. No real structure or plot, no real attempt to make the characters sound different, let alone Laurel and Hardy, overly-loud sound recordings,... reviewed February 16, 2006
Rigor Rigamarole by boozehoundblue Comedy
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That was pretty groovy. I especially liked how it got more and more bizarre as he kept trying new ideas. A pretty well-thought-out, surreal little piece. Oh, and you had the Village People in it. ...
reviewed February 16, 2006
How To Win Movie Competitions by Esch Comedy
Spot on. You have amused me. I shall let you live. reviewed February 16, 2006
The Evil Valley (El Valle del Mal) by Arawna11 Action
Me gusta. reviewed February 15, 2006
A Fairy Tale by Arawna11 Comedy
Amazing set dressing, innovative use of costumes to create a different kind of story... I have nothing bad to say about this one. A highly unique, original piece that truly manages to nail the themes... reviewed February 15, 2006
When a Stalker Calls by digits911 Horror
Excellent use of music and ambience to create a slightly surreal, nightmarish story. Pacing was pretty spot-on, and the dialogue worked. Unfortunately, said dialogue was so low I had to strain to he... reviewed February 15, 2006
Seeds of Evil by Throwaxe Sci-Fi
Quite good... although the delivery of much of the dialogue was a little flat and subdued. Well-written and edited, though. reviewed February 14, 2006
Time Is A River by VelvetFog Romance
Way too many fades - I started going crosseyed towards the end of the film. I also had a hard time getting just what was being said - the narration was rambling and borderline nonsensical for the sak... reviewed February 14, 2006
Dead Clown Laughing by sarbonn Comedy
I kept missing the subtitles because I was too into the dialogue. Hooking up some lip synch would have been good too, given the amount of monologuing. Still, great film. I was pretty much expecting... reviewed February 14, 2006
Packin Heat by harb37 Horror
Music issues - totally inappropriate for the opening scene. Editing issues - first the wolf is in the bath, then he's on the floor. Plot issues - why was Our Hero carrying a small arsenal with him w... reviewed February 14, 2006
Special Highschoolday REMASTERED by TobieStudios Comedy
Cute concept, but the voiceovers were overblown and bordering on painful. Waayyy too much overacting. reviewed February 14, 2006
The Muslim Cartoon War by michanist Comedy
Kinda lost focus in the middle, but the beginning and end were very good. Your movie has amused me, and so I shall let you live. reviewed February 14, 2006
The Treasure by JDaly Sci-Fi
I didn't expect much. I was pleasantly surprised. reviewed February 13, 2006
The dream of the republic(international) by Psychokatalog Action
The narration was disjointed - I kept getting lost as to what was going on. The song didn't fit the action at all and had nothing to do with what we were watching. Overuse of fades - distracting by ... reviewed February 13, 2006
Hope by rjb2112 Romance
This was not a film to watch after having recently suffered a loss myself. When I was done crying, I gave you five stars. Now if you'll excuse me, I think I need another Kleenex... reviewed February 13, 2006
Battlestar 7 The Avengers by redfish Sci-Fi
Normally, I'd give a fairly straightforward film a 3 and then reduce the score for technical errors... but I can't give this film a 2 in good conscience. I will say that the awkward dialogue can kind... reviewed February 13, 2006
Previously On 24 by Pigeon Comedy
Other shows do a "previously on..." schtick so you don't have to be a 24 fan to get this. It was random enough to be funny. :) reviewed February 13, 2006
Cactus Jack comes to Smallville by TheGreatProducer Action
Hm. A German western. Now there's something you don't see every day. Anyway, the story may not be much, but what there was, was well-executed. The voiceovers had personality, and the dialogue was ... reviewed February 13, 2006
Dr Biggeston I Presume by CreeseStudios Romance
A great little "period piece" about love and monkeys in Africa. Ending was a little abrupt, but you did mention a sequel, so I won't take off for that. reviewed February 13, 2006
Fear Factor Part Two2 by mikeawmids Comedy
Can't type... too... much... laughing... reviewed February 13, 2006
The Trouble with VD by LordAndrew Comedy
Awwwwwww. This was a nice little film. The pacing was snappy, the voice had personality, and there was some genuine humor and heart in this one. reviewed February 13, 2006
Space Station Alpha by frostyelf Sci-Fi
Not much to it, was there? What was there was okay. You had the start of a plot - but then, nothing. I also don't recall seeing the space station anywhere, making the title somewhat of a misnomer. reviewed February 13, 2006
Rude Dude Re-Cut by manton666 Romance
I could totally see this as some kind of SNL skit with Rob Schneider as the lead. ...that's not saying very much. reviewed February 13, 2006
Ashley Porter in Forever Is Not a Verb by suedenim Action
Ashley Porter is like pizza. Even re-heated and eaten again the next day, it's still good. The new voice for our heroine is a major improvement... but the majority of her costars still sound like th... reviewed February 13, 2006
The Emptyheads by tuck179 Comedy
Even "random" humor needs to have structure and a point. I'd say you had about two funny moments and three minutes of "umm... okay..." Perhaps you should try your hand at more fast-paced, scathing s... reviewed February 13, 2006
Among Us trailer by Masquerade37 Sci-Fi
Would have given you three, mainly for the too-fast subtitles, but that final closeup of the queen with the caption "Trust me" made me give you a four out of sheer "that was cool" factor. reviewed February 13, 2006
What The !! by Migaloo Horror
That's the second best "two detectives track down a mad scientist and his wife after they turn into monsters and shoot up the town" movie I've ever seen. Some of the VOs were too quiet - otherwise I'... reviewed February 13, 2006
7-7 by Jimbo5858685 Romance
For a first effort, this is really, really good. The subject matter was treated with respect, and focusing on the "human element" really worked. As far as what kept me from giving five stars... it w... reviewed February 13, 2006
Awakening - Chapter Two by kuroken Sci-Fi
Another excellent part in an excellent series. Keep 'em coming! reviewed February 13, 2006
The touch of Selene (Chapter I) by Jiyuujin Action
The whole "you're different now" dialogue went on a little too long and started to get redundant... otherwise, I found this one much clearer than the first. Good job. :) reviewed February 13, 2006
The touch of Selene (Prologue) by Jiyuujin Action
Four for content, docked one because I started getting confused by the story towards the end. So far, so good. :) reviewed February 13, 2006
Shadows by Jiyuujin Sci-Fi
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Pretty good, and the lack of dialogue worked. About the only thing I can mention against is the overuse of fades... I think you relied on them a little too much. I didn't really have a problem follo...
reviewed February 13, 2006
Movie Trailer by gummer Comedy
Leakachu, I still choose you! (...what?) reviewed February 13, 2006
Filmmaking 101 by Daninsky Action
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I especially liked how the entire tone and meaning of the last sequence was changed based on the timing of a cut. Very subtle, but a perfect example of how effective editing can make or break a film.
reviewed February 13, 2006
We Are Restless by denzell Horror
Weird. A good weird, not a bad weird. I think the outtakes were unnecessary... I'd forgotten you mentioned them in the description so when they started happening I was like, "what the hell?". But a... reviewed February 8, 2006
Vox by tigereyes Sci-Fi
A number of technical issues kept me from rating this higher than a four. The voice acting was marred by pops and hisses - please do not snarf your microphone. In addition, the VOs ranged from passa... reviewed February 8, 2006
Suburban Werewolf by Backzlash Horror
Not bad. Can't really say how I'd improve it, although the ending was a bit predictable... reviewed February 8, 2006
Cannibal by Gigantic_Chicken Horror
The vocals during the blood sequences seemed a bit off, and is there any reason a cop would check the pulse of a skeleton to see if its dead? There's a better scene choice that could have been made, ... reviewed February 8, 2006
A Gangs Uprising by Oh_Come_On Action
Pretty good. I couldn't rate it a five because of some technical issues; rogue fades, mispellings in the subtitles, some awkward dialogue. Still, it started slow and built up to a good finale, like ... reviewed February 7, 2006
Detroit Crime City by Blandman Action
A solid three-star film - editing was competent, dialogue was well-written, the story fairly simple (but with no real issues). As mentioned, there were a few continuity errors. I spotted two; the cr... reviewed February 7, 2006
Dont You Just Hate by FreddaH Comedy
I didn't find it very funny. There were no jokes or punchlines - if this was in fact a "comedy" it was the most subdued and rational comedy I've ever seen. And was there some copyrighted music in th... reviewed January 29, 2006
Blood for Blood by malkyj Action
Finally, someone's done a Hong kong action flick. Some tighter editing could have been worked into the battle sequences... that knife fight is notoriously slow. :) But pretty good overall. Ni film hen hao. reviewed January 28, 2006
Oh Its On 2 Tora Saru Bakuhatsu Plus Plus by mixmasterfestus Action
Monkey sun blast cannon! FWAKOOOOM! reviewed January 28, 2006
Oh Its On 2 Tora Saru Bakuhatsu Plus Plus by mixmasterfestus Action
What, no Monkey Rocket Death Kick? reviewed January 28, 2006
Robot Revenge (Final) by Alexei18 Sci-Fi
Pretty good, for what it was. I especially liked the choice of music tracks. Really added to the whole thing - in fact, I'd say the music was why I went with a four instead of a three. That final s... reviewed January 26, 2006
Night of the Living TMO (special edition) by crazeyal Comedy
That settles it. My next movie is going to be a parody on TMO, or something. reviewed January 26, 2006
The City By the Shore by dabnorfish Sci-Fi
I didn't think it was as badly edited as the others, but something about the plot just didn't work for me, which kept me from rating it a five. The story was well-developed and well-written... with t... reviewed January 26, 2006
The Trials of Explosivo! Episode II VO by madmatt7g Action
Explooosivooooo! reviewed January 26, 2006
Planet of the Apes - A Planet Revealed by siddus Comedy
Well, that was unexpected. :) I think you could have gone a little farther with the "ape politics" gag but I didn't mark down for that, obviously. Well cut, good story, a few genuinely funny moments... reviewed January 26, 2006
What The Cluck! by rocknrollman Action
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"You disrespect me, you disrespect von Cluckenstein!"
reviewed January 25, 2006
Big Momma And The Familly by Floyd_31 Comedy
Four stars for concept... but it wasn't really all that funny. You're right, though, there aren't enough ethnic films on TMO (other than German, of course!) - so if you did more of these, it'd be coo... reviewed January 25, 2006
Pulse - Episode 6 by shadyginzo Action
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Who says subtitles can't be entertaining? Good job!
reviewed January 25, 2006
Weird Weird West by Muzzle_Keeper Comedy
Yes. Well. Hmm. I gave you an extra star for the laugh I got out of the gay guy saying "oh no you didn't!" before he decked the ninja with a chair. reviewed January 25, 2006
Undercover and Invisible by Saiyanator Action
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Most of the voices were too similar for me to keep track of who was talking. A lot of the dialogue was redundant, some of it unrealistic, and a few plot points stretched credibility, such as the high...
reviewed January 25, 2006
Robot Empire Redux Vol 1 by davebaker Sci-Fi
I would have given this three (average), but the subtitles were poorly-written. Subtitles carry a film if there's no spoken dialogue... they MUST be grammatically correct and properly spelled. reviewed January 25, 2006
Static by Tarison Horror
The "blinking" was good... if you can get them shorter for a "jump" effect that'd be terrific. Movie got a little disjointed towards the end, though. I know you weren't focusing on plot, but I still... reviewed January 24, 2006
Chocolateros compulsivos by laura_90_15 Horror
Short and to the point. I was able to understand about half of the dialogue... but you didn't really need it to tell what was going on, which is bueno. Pretty good for a first/second effort... creep... reviewed January 24, 2006
Al Capone 2 by blamotime Action
It was a bit dry, yes, and many of the voices sound too similar for me to tell who was speaking at any given moment. Also, Capone's accent seemed to keep jumping from Brooklyn to Atlanta. Still, thi... reviewed January 23, 2006
The Fart by madfurby Horror
You sir, have raised fart jokes to a whole new level. I haven't laughed that hard in a WEEK. reviewed January 23, 2006
An Afternoon with Stilton Conjarvis by boghog Comedy
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I thought the last "Stilton Conjarvis" film was great, but you really topped yourself here. That final punchline broke me.
reviewed January 23, 2006
Dead Silence by Sphinx86 Horror
The best zombie movie on TMO? Yep. Pretty much. reviewed January 23, 2006
The Trials of Explosivo! Episode I (VO) by madmatt7g Action
I am confused... but I feel compelled to give you five stars lest you destroy me with the power of your mind. It's a western... it's a comedy... it's a "superhero" story... it's all this and more! W... reviewed January 23, 2006
Be a Gamer! by tntsparetime Comedy
So... the great insight is that hard-core gamers have no lives. In other news, water is wet and the sky is blue. Film at 11. (Seriously, there's like dozens of these in the Comedy charts. You're a... reviewed January 23, 2006
Gamerz by director-al Sci-Fi
Normally I'd deduct a star for not having *any* sound... but as your description acknowledges it and I'm not sure if it was a technical error or not, I won't. reviewed January 23, 2006
High Noon Habibs by boggeyb Comedy
Gold, my friend. GOLD! reviewed January 23, 2006
The End of the Road by Gunslinger19 Horror
You're right... that was a fun little film. Not bad for a slasher flick. reviewed January 23, 2006
Vampires of War by CowBear Horror
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You just can't go wrong throwing vampires and Nazis together into the same film. Well-shot, well-voiced, very original story... groovy, baby! Groovy!
reviewed January 22, 2006
Kung Fu Plotlines by Agent_Masquerade Action
That's the second best rap video about a kung fu movie with ninjas and black guys I've ever seen. reviewed January 22, 2006
Lookin for a Fight by -Ninja-of-Doom- Action
Great execution of the free-frame technique. About the only thing I could critique was the text in the starburst - apart from the original "fight!" I ouldn't read any of it. I can't five-star this s... reviewed January 22, 2006
Nintendorks! by gummer Comedy
I think I'm going to start using "Hey, you wanna see my lightsaber?" as a pickup line from now on. reviewed January 22, 2006
How i became a Zombie King by brandonW Horror
I wasn't expecting much out of this one. Gangsters? Check. Assassins? Check. Zombies? Check. Gratuitous use of sniper rifle? Cheeeeck. Still, it worked. Some of the subtitles were not spelle... reviewed January 22, 2006
Billy Bobs Country Christmas by JDaly Comedy
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That was cute. What does Billy Bob see in a materialistic b*tch like her, anyway? A Christmas miracle, likeable heros, Santa Claus... this movie's got it all.
reviewed January 22, 2006
U-man trailer by xsr1000 Comedy
Ooooookay... reviewed January 22, 2006
Nine Lives by Aquamantor Action
A little hard to follow in places, which was why I didn't give it four. Interesting concept, though! reviewed January 22, 2006
Ashley Porter in Forever Is Not a Verb by suedenim Action
Interesting. I liked the overall style of the piece - story was well-told, as usual. The VO, however, was very hard to make out. Very muffled(?) or distorted somehow. The acting itself, wasn't bad... reviewed January 21, 2006
Final Countdown by Grizpin Sci-Fi
Quite good in the use of sets, costumes, and custom backdrops. I think the story was missing a little something, though - we never do find out why the missiles got through the shield, or who was behi... reviewed January 21, 2006
The Arrangers - Chicken Run by samuel68 Action
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Well-edited, excellently-written, especially regarding the interplay between the two leads... who were quite likeable. Couldn't find a thing wrong with this one. Good show!
reviewed January 21, 2006
Bounty Killer by jsmith0316 Action
I haven't seen many westerns on TMO - definitely not many with this sort of attention to style. About the only things I could find "wrong" (if you could call it that) were a few of the music tracks s... reviewed January 21, 2006
Confucious has Spoken by ChengYi Comedy
Not terribly funny - an admitted rip off of some comedian I've never heard of, with ripped audio clips and obvious "humor". Too many fades in the editing, and many, many repeated recycling of scenes ... reviewed January 21, 2006
The Shadow Spirit by imgmkr57 Action
For a first effort, this is surprisingly good. The shots were well-chosen, and the attention to detail (differing font for the Shadow, innovative use of smoke, additional foley effects in the soundtr... reviewed January 20, 2006
Trauma I by crystaleyez Action
No Review reviewed January 19, 2006
Meat Your Butcher by ninette1 Horror
Short and to the point. A few extra touches (the body paint, the ending laugh) kept it from being a straight 3 - you know how to make the most of the time you allot. :) reviewed January 19, 2006
Prom Nightmare by tman5219 Horror
Not bad, for a film with no dialogue. Some jumpy editing towards the middle, but it held together. I would have used some different fight scenes for the dude versus the werewolf - kung fu was pretty... reviewed January 19, 2006
British Ninja Hates Bananas by Tigerlover Comedy
I think it would have been funnier if it had ended post-kick. The extra bit with the kissing and talking on the beach dragged out the punchline a little too long. Still, I think you're on to something here... reviewed January 18, 2006
British Ninja Hates Intelligent Chickens by Tigerlover Comedy
Ha! Not bad for a one-joke film. I especially liked the "running through multiple sets" effect. reviewed January 18, 2006
santa by mabdog Romance
under 2 stars....... ha reviewed January 18, 2006
Shack Stories Kiss of Life - 1VO by MattBOM Horror
Interesting premise, and novel use of the "horror host" to bookend the story... but the film itself was a bit of an anticlimax. there needed to be a little more to it, especially towards the end. St... reviewed January 18, 2006
I Pwn U Wit Hax Noob! by harb37 Comedy
There have been a lot of "Medal of Honor"/"talking in 133t" movies released to TMO, so it takes a bit more than just gamerspeak subtitles and complaining about cheaters to make an original observation... reviewed January 18, 2006
Full Retaliatory Response by McCain Action
No Review reviewed January 18, 2006
Retrospect by MovieMakerStapes Action
I had no flippin' clue what was going on for the entire movie. It worked in Memento because the narrator had two hours in which to lay out his story. Here? Not so much. I also think, but I can't b... reviewed January 17, 2006
Fu Kung by Video_Capture Comedy
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Rated four stars for gratuitous use of kung fu noises and hot blue chicks in lingerie. Ni fu kung hen hao!
reviewed January 16, 2006
Lense by FreddaH Horror
Nothing I can add that hasn't already been said. Great work. reviewed January 15, 2006
clash by olyreed Action
Very similiar to my first film, "Kung Fu Disco" - and you even used the same music! :) You did it one better, though - a few extra camera angles and shots thrown in to round out the "story" of a kung... reviewed January 13, 2006
Disco Squad by olyreed Action
I liked the fact that you didn't rely on dialogue to carry this one through. The story could have been a little clearer, but overall a well-done piece. reviewed January 13, 2006
The Fight Of The Century by carlos1234 Horror
Not bad. You've got editing down, now a more in-depth and tighter script and you'll be making some good movies. I'd also lay off the profanity - there was no real need for it in a film like this. L... reviewed January 13, 2006
Lost Skeleton of Cadavra Falls Down Stairs by suedenim Comedy
A small, self-contained riot. In a box. You, whom we call a filmmaker, have these, these things which some call stars. And the number of the counting shall be five. reviewed January 13, 2006
Adventures of a Nerd by Gigantic_Chicken Comedy
This movie has a cute charm that I can't quite put my finger on... but it's obvious you had fun making it. It got a little disjointed at around the 7 minute mark, but overall it held together. Nice ... reviewed January 13, 2006
Survival Game by Dylen Horror
It's the ending what gits ya. reviewed January 13, 2006
Angelima Jola in Those Bloody Zombies 3 by mattknight Horror
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Now THAT's a zombie movie. Great ending.
reviewed January 13, 2006
Angelima Jola in Those Bloody Zombies! 2 by mattknight Horror
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Better than the first - lots of energy and action. Was kinda hoping it'd be a little longer, though...
reviewed January 13, 2006
Angelima Jola in Those Bloody Zombies 1 by mattknight Horror
Not bad - it's hard to do a good zombie movie, but you're off to a good start. I am hoping the point of the blonde chick already at the cabin is explained in the next one... otherwise, you have yours... reviewed January 13, 2006
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes by lostwolfnesbit Comedy
Okay, now *this* was funny. Mostly for that gag at the end, but the "extended death" sequence and yes, the accidental toddler voiceovers gave this film personality. You might wanna try to avoid brea... reviewed January 13, 2006
Smalltown 911 by lostwolfnesbit Comedy
Would have given it a two if it weren't for the siren gag. Didn't find it very funny at all. You might also want to try not getting so many pops in your audio and be more careful of prop placement -... reviewed January 13, 2006
Kenny And Tyler Vs The Living Dead by guitardude82 Horror
The voiceovers were poorly recorded and the film itself lacking in any sort of humor. (At least you managed to avoid doing a sh!t joke for a whole two minutes.) Toward the end, you finally seemed to... reviewed January 13, 2006
Dogs Of This Parish by earlicus Horror
A fairly average, straightforward horror flick. A more fleshed-out story would have helped you a bit. The voices weren't bad, but the opening dialogue was too low to be understood. In addition, the... reviewed January 13, 2006
Really Rich Old Man Falls Down Stairs by Dulci Comedy
I was half-expecting the old guy to have a bomb hidden with his money or something, but alas... reviewed January 13, 2006
An Audience with Stilton Conjarvis by boghog Comedy
Cute. :) You should have toggled off the mumbling, though - you could hear them through the voiceovers. Otherwise, very innovative! reviewed January 12, 2006
Off The Reacord with Lionhead Studios by sarunit Comedy
It was that outtakes what got me. reviewed January 12, 2006
Cops-Mobile Alabama by JustinAS00001 Action
It would have been average (three) but the poor quality of the voice recordings brought it down a bit. Your voice is fine, but the popping and snuffling can be mitigated with a little practice or a d... reviewed January 12, 2006
The Mystery of Planet X Episode I by MrAllison Comedy
Not bad... but it didn't have that campy "energy" that an old serial is supposed to exhude. Some cornier dialogue would have helped, as well. reviewed January 12, 2006
A Is For Alice by plopphizz Sci-Fi
You had me all the way... and then kicked me in the jimmy with that ending. I saw it coming at the very last second... brilliant. reviewed January 12, 2006
Penultimate FDS by SOULSWORD Comedy
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Y'know, I didn't think you'd be able to sustain the joke for six full minutes. Just goes to show what *I* know. 5 stars 4 j00.
reviewed January 12, 2006
Fatal Touch by kaipan Horror
Jesus Christ, I think I just wet 'em. reviewed January 12, 2006
Ozzy Osbourne Falls Down Stairs by myrtheus Comedy
Not enough *bleep*ing in the soundtrack for Ozzy. "Shaarron!" reviewed January 12, 2006
The Flower will die by chocolatemouse Romance
I didn't consider this particularly "grabbing" until the end... but for some reason, the music used for the death scene and the final shot pushed it from average to above-average. It was then that I ... reviewed January 12, 2006
Miami Christ The Night Shift by Sphinx86 Comedy
I didn't have a little smile on my face for seven minutes - I had a big smile on my face for seven minutes! This movie is funnier than you let on! FALSE ADVERTISING! I'LL SUE! reviewed January 12, 2006
The Big Heist Trailer by nutzhouse Action
I'm with Sphinx. I did like the fact that it was set in Atlanta, complete with southern voiceover. The subtitles were a little out of place, too. reviewed January 12, 2006
Aegis of Therion - Episode I by erinnicole93 Sci-Fi
Heh. Who knew you could get so much mileage out of a sci-fi corridor? Very engaging film. Couldn't find a single thing to nit-pick over... and for a change, the custom soundtrack was great. 5 stars 4 j00. reviewed January 12, 2006
Carrot Top falls down stairs by dubblehellox Comedy
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I think I'm bleeding from the ears. Just too darn much comedy for one man to handle, that was...
reviewed January 12, 2006
Friday the 14th Part 2 - Same Night by manton666 Horror
Not bad... but not really good, either. A very generic horror tale that didn't really stand out from the pack, for me. Although, I'm not sure what to say specifically, to tell you how to improve it.... reviewed January 12, 2006
Money Matters by JackRabbit Comedy
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Bwaaah ha ha ha! A little bit of Monty Python, a little bit of Blackadder, and a great bit of delivery. I couldn't give it five stars because of some sloppy editing, but the writing and voices worke...
reviewed January 12, 2006
Somewhere at Christmas by Fedaredan Romance
Finally, a Christmas movie that didn't involve Santa getting drunk and slaughtering people, or having a kung fu duel with the Easter bunny. Very well done... captured the "Christmas spirit" without b... reviewed January 12, 2006
Kangaroo Down remix by geoff7111 Comedy
A mildly painful, ultimately pointless "comedy" about a guy who does stupid things when he gets drunk - as if that's some kind of amazing revelation. The voiceovers were badly recorded, at least one ... reviewed January 12, 2006
Wild Times Forever(WTF) by dogzeye Comedy
Better than you'd originally expect. reviewed January 12, 2006
Three Wishes by starworks Horror
A good adaptation of a classic. About the only suggestions I would make are to tighten up the editing on the dialogue scenes... characters would continue to gesture as though they were speaking long ... reviewed January 12, 2006
Bot Support by QualityJeverage Action
I know why Jeff got beaten... he used the keyboard! It's all about the mouse, n00b! (Great film.) reviewed January 11, 2006
Santa Claws is Coming to Town by Valtharius Horror
No Review reviewed January 11, 2006
Shadows of a Rainbow by Traegon Action
Flawless. An unexpected twist on the whole "dark knight superhero"/"revenge" motif that didn't just devolve into gratuitous violence. It had a point. About the only suggestion I would make is to us... reviewed January 11, 2006
Lift Chronicles - Part 1 - Unwelcome Visitor by lizard3209 Sci-Fi
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Now *this* is how you show off new content - wrap it in a film that's engaging enough on its own so that it doesn't scream "hey, I was thrown together just to show off some new skins!" The writing's ...
reviewed January 11, 2006
Rise of the Undead by mrcool1 Horror
"Mike, where do movies go when they've been bad?" "They go to hell, Crow. They go to hell." Not since "The Wild Wild World of Batwoman" have I seen such utter fondue-dipping cheese committed to fau... reviewed January 11, 2006
The Balance Of Justice by meeyotch Action
I was waffling on this one... three stars or four? I decided to go with four, simply because while it's a fairly simple western, it's a fairly simple western without any real flaws... and there aren'... reviewed January 11, 2006
The Truth about Santa by siddus Comedy
Nicely put together, but as has been said, I wasn't really sure what I was supposed to laugh at. The title grabs you, though - who doesn't want to know the "truth" about anything? What would have br... reviewed January 11, 2006
Firelight by abaris11 Horror
The way you clipped props out of weapon sequences to simulate mystic gestures was very inspired... and the creative use of editing and pyrotechnics scenes produced a pretty good bit of "magic". It wa... reviewed January 10, 2006
The Direction of Mike by plupi Comedy
While there was nothing actually wrong with the film, it was in fact a little too long. The viewer is left wondering if anything is actually going to happen until the final punchline, which is not en... reviewed January 10, 2006
Reality is not born by Tenebres Sci-Fi
You had me up until the end. Then I just went, "huh?". Good execution of a unique concept, and some innovative technical work, as well. reviewed January 10, 2006
Keeping Your Man by Prinzess Romance
As has already been mentioned, the VOs needed some work - but the problem I had with it was the narration style more than the technical errors. It sounded forced instead of natural, as though you wer... reviewed January 10, 2006
Sheriffs laws by Anton_moviemaker Action
I concur with FreddaH. This film is much better in terms of construction, overall story, and dialogue than "Beach Bashing!"... but it still lacks anything to raise it above average. A longer, more s... reviewed January 10, 2006
Beach bashing! by Anton_moviemaker Action
As my first film was also merely a fight sequence set to music (and with no dialogue, at that!) I can see where this film came from. It's not badly put together - you chose the scenes well and it had... reviewed January 10, 2006
Carly the Vampire Slayer by apasas Action
While there was nothing wrong with your film, I can't in all honesty rate a knockoff of an existing television show on the same scale as I would rate an original work - especially one that did not adv... reviewed January 9, 2006
Bulky Robot falls down stairs by LuciusVorenus Romance
Such pathos! Such drama! I wept. reviewed January 9, 2006
Steve Irwin Falls Down The Stairs by myrtheus Comedy
"They're what...?" classic. reviewed January 9, 2006
TROOPERS - an Imperial Story by ranger21 Sci-Fi
Disjointed editing. Annoying voices. Choppily inconsistent battle sequences. No plot to speak of. Reliance on established intellectual property and custom (ripped, mostly) artwork to carry an othe... reviewed January 9, 2006
Londons Blackened Hearth by Zarlant Horror
Huh? A couple of the scenes didn't fit together well enough to give me a clue as to what was going on... so I got lost 'round about the "tax collector" part. The music also didn't fit at all. Three... reviewed January 9, 2006
Ashleys first movie by duckguy0100 Comedy
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I am at a loss as to how to describe the indescribable - for within the mere two minutes and thirty six seconds of "Benjamin's Snow Machine", we are treated to a symbolic look at female empowerment, t...
reviewed January 9, 2006
the smallpox theory-director interveiw by burgerkingproductions Horror
I'm sure this'll be more relevant when the movie(?) comes out. VOs needed work. Too much static, popping and breath picked up. reviewed January 9, 2006
The Clause Conspiracy by Austin909 Action
Cute. :) Not much to it, though - pretty straightforward. Nothing exceptional, nothing poor. reviewed January 9, 2006
Hokeymon Red by gummer Comedy
"Leakachu! I choose you!" "...what?" Brilliant. reviewed January 9, 2006
The Day I Turned Into a Babe by suedenim Comedy
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Gaaaahhh. I feel dirty. It is a great film that makes us think, and question what can be considered good and proper about gender roles in society. This film makes me think about them in ways I'd re...
reviewed January 8, 2006
Santa Claus - An Open Letter by philnate Action
Voiceover volume was far too low - I couldn't make out the vast majority of the dialogue... and as a result, I had no real idea what this was even about. In addition, a little effort needed to be mad... reviewed January 8, 2006
Gnadenlos by dolor Action
Better than I expected - but the ending didn't really work for me, and the grenade sequence was a little sloppy. Good job, though. reviewed January 8, 2006
Santa Austria by JKjunior Comedy
I'd consider this film average if it weren't for the elf's voice and final punchline. :) Profane "pissed-off/violent Santa" movies are a dime a dozen around here... but this one was well constructed ... reviewed January 8, 2006
A Brothers Revenge - The Beginning by zerichie Action
Yet another Tarantino-style revenge plot peppered with excessive profanity. Nothing really grabbed me about this one, to be honest. reviewed January 8, 2006
Outlaws! by PamDennis Action
Unlike most, I wasn't too impressed with the VOs. The main narration was too monotone and... had too many.... long... pauses... for the story to flow very well. The dialogue also repeated itself a b... reviewed January 8, 2006
Change of Fortune by Valtharius Sci-Fi
Some directors raise the bar. Others pick it up, put their backs into it, and chuck it over the horizon. On behalf of other movie makers, I ask you to stop hurlin' the flippin' bar. That is all. reviewed January 8, 2006
Skitzophrenic by mikeylevy890 Horror
Was about average up until the climax - then I just got confused. Oh, and it's "Schizophrenic". ;) reviewed January 8, 2006
Humanitys Resting Place by Kanissa Sci-Fi
Average. A couple editing issues (mostly in the "empress draws her gun" scene - did she execute the officer or not?), but unlike most, I didn't have problems with the subtitles. You might want to av... reviewed January 8, 2006
Gossamer Run by erinnicole93 Romance
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Bleah. So much talk about running, and then nobody ever actually... I'm kidding. Great song, and great editing to the music - the extra touches (costuming, fog, etc.) to set the mood for the type o...
reviewed January 8, 2006
Oh Its On by mixmasterfestus Action
Words fail me, so here's five stars instead. Hope you don't mind. reviewed January 8, 2006
Ardoreka 1 by SixthHokage Sci-Fi
An average film that's dragged down by very lackluster voiceovers. No emotion, statics and pops in the recording, and multiple characters with the same voice makes the conversations difficult to follow. reviewed January 6, 2006
Tales from Teh Intraweb by IamaCoommee Comedy
Yep, pretty much what abaris said. Don't play Halo, don't get the joke... unless your observation is that most online gamers are lame, which is about as cliche as standup comics doing jokes about air... reviewed January 6, 2006
Gun by uwe1965 Action
Fairly basic... and the first act didn't mesh well with the second. Not bad, but not better than average, either. reviewed January 6, 2006
Pulse - Episode 4 by shadyginzo Action
What sue said. reviewed January 6, 2006
To Be Starcrossed by Masquerade37 Romance
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Not the kind of movie I expected at all. Very nice!
reviewed January 6, 2006
The train by gilga Horror
Creepy and unsettling. Some clever editing to achieve the shots, especially the aging technique. reviewed January 6, 2006
Costume Party by cowmansr Comedy
There was a definite spark of originality here... but I guess most of the humor was lost due to my not knowing what "Loaf'Os" are. Your editing was fine, and some of the dialogue did have some wit to... reviewed January 6, 2006
Pines and Needles by Yogurt_King Comedy
Words fail me. That was just flippin' warped... reviewed January 5, 2006
Jesus Christ--in Space! by paulobrien80 Sci-Fi
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Comedy GOLD. I laughed so hard I think I broke something. Twice.
reviewed January 5, 2006
Agent 000 - Spying is believing by GalTavok Action
Not bad. Not bad at all. Not enough people use the "comedy chase" sequence, and I never get tired of seeing it. :) Secret agents with giant blond afros = good. A little more development of the cha... reviewed January 5, 2006
Apollyon by corinthian Horror
Didn't scare me... but still, masterfully done. Best horror I've seen on the site so far. reviewed January 5, 2006
A Mecha Adventure by cult_inc Sci-Fi
Wonderful use of "Big-O-Vision" to bring the "giant robots" illusion to life, and the "snacking on humans" bit was a golden bit of comedy. I would give you five stars for this if your voiceovers were... reviewed January 2, 2006
Heist by danedwardsuk Comedy
It's a start. :) reviewed January 1, 2006
In It Together by Cimmerz Action
Wow. The editing on this one was top-notch - especially the interplay between the "merged" scenes. I didn't have any trouble hearing the voiceovers... so I can't really dock for that. The story its... reviewed January 1, 2006
The Game Live by sarek13 Action
An interesting premise that simply devolves into a (very badly) subtitle-narrated fistfight. reviewed January 1, 2006
Why About Blacks And Whites by MFK88 Action
Very unique kind of film... and the theme was carried out well, if a little melodramatic. Still, you work with what you have. No flaws here. :) reviewed December 30, 2005
Crocodile by Tony_Army Action
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Wow... not what I expected at all. Great job!
reviewed December 30, 2005
Rendezvous by sherwinliu Romance
I had *no* idea what this was supposed to be about. I kept getting the nagging feeling that I was missing about three quarters of the plot... this really should have been longer, to flesh out just wh... reviewed December 30, 2005
The Wizard of Oz Directors Cut by Trashman Comedy
I want my two minutes back. reviewed December 30, 2005
Lost In Space trek (Episode 1) by Devillist Sci-Fi
Have I ever wanted to see a funny mix of Lost in Space and Star Trek? Yes... but this isn't it. Barely audible dialogue riddled with microphone pops... a plot that was more improv than structure, an... reviewed December 30, 2005
Enemies in Space! by Jenniza Sci-Fi
Some good use of the older sci-fi sets, and decent dialogue. Some of the editing was a little choppy, however; a couple obvious jump-cuts that didn't belong. Also, "Ain't Over Yet" doesn't really su... reviewed December 30, 2005
Last christmas by gilga Horror
Horror? No way. Comedy? Oh heck yea. reviewed December 30, 2005
Vampire Bloodline Chronicles The Prodigy by darkwolfe Action
A solid script and some very clever editing and costumework make this one heck of an action/horror. reviewed December 30, 2005
The Big Bad Wolf by aarddave Comedy
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Just kinda leaves you wonderin' until the end... then WHAMMO! Punchline! Brilliant.
reviewed December 30, 2005
Dont Enter The Woods! by tom_maca Horror
For a first effort, this is a respectable submission - a coherent (if very simple) plot, and a decent effect provided by filming on old stock. It gives the film an ugly look that suits the material v... reviewed December 30, 2005
Zombie Bob vs The Boss by oldugly Horror
Cute. This film has a very "Mr. Bill" feel to it, what with the not-terribly-articulate protagonist enduring annoyance and abuse from a disembodied voice in control of the plot. Great concept. Howe... reviewed December 30, 2005
The Lottery (30 Seconds of Bliss) by ozman69 Comedy
Oh yes. This is a one-joke film, but what a joke it is. Comedy in distilled form, genius in its forward simplicity. 5 stars 4 j00. reviewed December 29, 2005
The Kid Rode Away by JohnRAndrew Comedy
The voicovers themselves weren't bad, especially given that you were working with an AI-generated script. On the other hand, a *lot* of background noise made the vocals almost incomprehensible at times. reviewed December 29, 2005
Drive To Your Heart by RB_Films Romance
plot was a little thin, but otherwise the movie was constructed well. reviewed December 29, 2005
Bigfoot Vs Kong by JaredPeace Action
monkey fiiiight! reviewed December 29, 2005
Underling by Zogg Action
One of the most unique and inventive movies this site's seen since I got here. Clever editing, masterful use of props and set dressing, a solid script, and plenty of humor make this movie a great view. reviewed December 29, 2005
Wiremind by ThomasJancey Horror
Competently-constructed until just after the murder - at that point the plot gets incomprehensible and the editing choppy. In addition, the voices could use a little work - don't be afraid to emote. ... reviewed December 29, 2005
Santas Problem by made2kill Comedy
Juvenile and pointless. reviewed December 29, 2005
Sweet Relief - A New Kind of Laxative by ProKanada Comedy
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I don't know what's more wrong... the fact that this commercial was as funny as it was, or the fact that those toilet scenes actually exist in-game...
reviewed December 29, 2005
Folgers Coffee - Get Your Own Damn Bag by ProKanada Comedy
Cute. :) reviewed December 29, 2005
Dog Walk by jansenjfa Comedy
Flippin' High-larious. Welcome to TMO! reviewed December 27, 2005
Back Through Time by Morbis Sci-Fi
While I mostly agree with kuroken, I have to give you a two-star rating due to the subtitling. If you're not going to use voiceovers, the subtitles MUST be properly spelled, punctuated, and capitaliz... reviewed December 27, 2005
The Baggage Boy has done it again by Binladi Comedy
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Dear lord, I think I busted something. Please do an original comedy and provide the voiceovers - you've got a knack for this sort of thing.
reviewed December 26, 2005
Remnants of Life pt 1 by FreddaH Action
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A rambling, depressing tale that slowly unfolds with a resigned feel - almost as if the protagonist is merely doing what he feels he must, simply because there's nothing else for him to do. Clever ef...
reviewed December 26, 2005
The Cognitti Brothers by S0LO Action
Visually? This film has style. You mentioned Tarantino as an influence and I can definitely see it. However, the film's slick look can't make me overlook the awkward dialogue and "puffy" voiceovers... reviewed December 26, 2005
Forgotten by InnerFilm Comedy
It's creepy. It's kooky. Mysterious, and spooky. It's altogether ooky! Okay, enough with that. An original and surreal premise that's enhanced by inventive editing and use of music to produce, in... reviewed December 26, 2005
Fighting Blind by mixmasterfestus Action
I would *love* to give this film five stars. War movies are difficult to pull off well in The Movies, and this is a solid effort. However, the over-reliance on fade transitions started to really mes... reviewed December 26, 2005
The Fight for Christmas by cipheruzmad Action
Not terribly creative, given the flood of "lots of famous people do battle!" movies as of late - but it did have a few good throwaway lines and the outcome of the elf versus Mary Magdalene got a chuckle. reviewed December 26, 2005
She Was a Phat Ride by Doc_Z Comedy
Cute. Clever editing tricks with the photo at the end. :) reviewed December 26, 2005
Action 12 Report-Failure of Freedom by Birdman67 Comedy
First, let me just say that as a reproduction of an investigative journalism show, this film succeeds on all counts. That said, however... I kept waiting for the punchline... or even, really, the set... reviewed December 26, 2005
Daze Of Our Lives by MrBastageAndWendySMF Romance
Cute. An original premise and some truly amusing satires of soap cliches make this one work... but the actors snorking and puffing into the microphone did not. 4 stars for content, docked one for te... reviewed December 26, 2005
James Leech Remake by warpedrevolution Sci-Fi
As has been previously mentioned... the soundtrack(s) did not fit this film at all. Something more ominous for the opening and more energetic for the actual battle would have really helped. On top o... reviewed December 26, 2005
Under the Boot Awakening - Chapter One by kuroken Action
It's not very often I run across a movie shot with such attention to detail. From the intercutting of the flashback with the here and now, to the use of a non-white male lead (rarer on TMO than you'd... reviewed December 26, 2005
The Hidden Stories by Dulci Comedy
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Once in a while, somebody attempts something new with The Movies. These experiments, while noble, are often doomed by the ham-handed execution of the director in question. They lack the patience or ...
reviewed December 26, 2005
Enduring Mein Kampf Trailer by Emotep Horror
It takes a lot of guts to tackle such a serious subject - and if handled improperly, drags the final product down. Way down. Fortunately, that's not the case here. This trailer shows me that the fi... reviewed December 26, 2005
Freaks At Your Door - Cameleon Boy by NoBigThing Comedy
Not many directors are putting together superhero movies - so you should be commended for pushing the envelope. Unfortunately, you pushed that envelope into cheap homophobic humor and irritating atte... reviewed December 26, 2005
Starforce First Encounter - Part I by Valtharius Sci-Fi
Yea, what they said. reviewed December 25, 2005
Hokeymon Gold by gummer Comedy
Whoever you've got doing the voiceovers for these... keep 'em. They've got the perfect voices for comedy. reviewed December 25, 2005
A Lonely Man by kaipan Romance
The first TMO film I've seen that actually brought a tear to my eye. Some truly inventive editing in this one, as well. Hen hao! reviewed December 24, 2005
Ashley Porter and the Deaths Head Legion by suedenim Action
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In "Ashley Porter and the Gorilla War", I saw the potential for bigger and better things. That potential has been realized in "Ashley Porter and the Death's Head Legion" - for, among other things, on...
reviewed December 24, 2005
Space Princess Yumi ep1 by Jasepotter2003 Sci-Fi
This would have been a solid 4 for originality if the subtitling hadn't been so sloppy. It's about time someone tried an anime-style film and for the most part, you captured the feel of numerous aspe... reviewed December 24, 2005
Santa And Jesus VS The Easter Bunny by Esch Action
Words fail me. But, I'm sure you won't mind considering I'm giving you five stars... all while silently cursing my own film for being twenty seconds too long to enter in the contest. reviewed December 24, 2005
Night Of The Dead by darkstar13601 Horror
Decidedly average - and you need to proofread your subtitles a bit better. Too many typos and too much missing punctuation. The plot was very, very basic... and was there a twist at the end? Kind o... reviewed December 23, 2005
Inhuman Assassin IV Final Assingment by Buccura Sci-Fi
Ouch. Ouch ouch ouch. This would have easily been a five-star film for me if the assassin's actress hadn't felt the need to *shout* all of her lines. It started to hurt after a while. Everyone els... reviewed December 23, 2005
Suburban Horrors by JMMartin Horror
Quite good, if formulaic - including the mandatory "twist" at the end of all horror movies. Unique setting and well-written subtitling. reviewed December 23, 2005
-PSYCHOTIC MEMORIES- by criMlord Horror
Didn't love it, didn't hate it. I must admit I was expecting a different ending, so you got me there... reviewed December 23, 2005
Beer Goggles by mkbranon Comedy
Rambling and semi-pointless, but a few decent moments of humor save this one from being a two-star rating. reviewed December 23, 2005
The Electric Sheep by Bob_Ironlove Sci-Fi
Weird. Quite possibly one of the best two-minuters I've seen yet... reviewed December 23, 2005
My Tree is Bigger Than Yours by Deikon Comedy
The Christmas tree illusion worked wonderfully. Great VOs, some genuinely funny jokes, and the final punchline? The best. 5 stars 4 j00. reviewed December 23, 2005
Dead Wronged by Ratqueen Horror
You had me until the end. Then I just went "mhr?" If the ending had fit better, this would have been four stars. reviewed December 22, 2005
The Maze Part I by hisstorymn Action
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This movie was so dying for voiceovers. Still, it didn't detract. Finally, a sci-fi film that didn't involve Star Trek references!
reviewed December 22, 2005
Dig Your Own Grave Part 1 by antena Action
Didn't grab me, really. Well-constructed, but the dialogue got pretty redundant. Not something I'd rate high, but not something I'd rate low, either. reviewed December 22, 2005
Dangerous Day by pokii Action
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I don't understand German. You said not to hold it against you, so I won't. ;) Okay, in truth this film would have been just as good with no subtitles or dialogue of any kind. Seamlessly edited, we...
reviewed December 22, 2005
Come On by FoDooG Comedy
Technically brilliant, but not terribly funny. Long, pointless, and random does not a good comedy make, in my opinion. reviewed December 21, 2005
Good Idea-Bad Idea II by Deikon Comedy
You made me spit Pizza Rolls all over my monitor. I hate you. reviewed December 21, 2005
The Replacement Elves by worryman Comedy
Well-constructed and well-voiced, but not terribly funny, nor particularly engaging. reviewed December 21, 2005
Simple Assault-China by fatman3194 Action
I laughed! I cried! I kissed my three minutes goodbye. reviewed December 21, 2005
Cougar Juice Saves Christmas by Pulp Celluloid Comedy
I laughed! I cried! I think I hurt myself... reviewed December 21, 2005
The Return by Aetherus Action
Short and to the point. What we have here is a well-told retread of a classic bit of western lore, with a twist. The subtitles were done properly, and yes, the end credits were inventive, if a bit long. reviewed December 21, 2005
Blood Money 2 Caught in a Net by warpedrevolution Action
A great bit of work with a gritty urban feel... marred only by some sloppy edits and un-proofread subtitles. reviewed December 21, 2005
The Other Place by Christinelynns25 Romance
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Gaaaah, that was pluckin' creepy. A few bits of the story didn't gel for me (in order to keep from being taken, she had to give herself up anyway? eh?), but the back-and-forth editing and clever prem...
reviewed December 21, 2005
Last Xmas by chicknstu Horror
Umm.... yea. Ignoring the fact that this is not my kinda music at all, the video itself didn't seem to have anything to do with the song. That, coupled with a continuity error or two, keeps me from ... reviewed December 21, 2005
The 10th Planet by eddyryan Sci-Fi
Technically, this movie was well-done; competently-edited, decently-voiced, and flowed smoothly. Unfortunately, and I can't really explain what, it just didn't "grab" me. It might have been the drag... reviewed December 21, 2005
Ashley Porter in Operation Kringle by suedenim Action
cute. very cute. and the message at the end, quite inspiring. hats off to ye for this one! reviewed December 20, 2005
Attack Of The Clang-Bots by GerwynDaniel Sci-Fi
And I enjoyed watching it. Three stars. A bit more story and a few more scenes to flesh it out and it could have been more. reviewed December 14, 2005
The Window Cleaner From Hell by kiffer85 Horror
Now THAT'S comedy. It's so bad, it's good... in a "Plan Nine from Outer Space" kinda way. reviewed December 14, 2005
Alien Kung-Fu by cedricfilamon Action
Sometimes I wonder why everyone ELSE gets the good drugs. Anyway. A three-star movie (decent, original idea) that gets pulled down for some very sloppy subtitles and dodgy editing in several places.... reviewed December 14, 2005
Assault of the Over Robots by lordgreyraven Sci-Fi
This would have been a 3 if the subtitles weren't misspelled and badly punctuated. Well-edited and put together, and a decent little sci-fi/action flick otherwise. :) reviewed December 14, 2005
Robbing The Bank by bootss Action
Competently edited, and at least the subtitles were spelled correctly. If you took the time to put together a story beyond "two guys rob a bank and get caught", you'll have a winner on your hands. reviewed December 12, 2005
Confessions of the Chicken by SalParadise Comedy
Ees funnie, senor. Sound was a little too low. Otherwise, it'd have been a fiver. The slide into an MLK speech at the end had me laughing at my desk. Good thing I have my own office! reviewed December 12, 2005
Chuck Norris by DavidRK803 Comedy
"I'm sure he'd kick an ass or two, that's what Brian Boitano'd do!" Oh, wait... wrong movie. Still, this was cute. reviewed December 6, 2005
Lets Dance again! by mitchell_lee Comedy
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for some reason, I found this *really* funny. I think I need coffee.
reviewed December 6, 2005
Jaywalkers Reference to the Universe 1 by mitchell_lee Sci-Fi
The editing was pretty sloppy - too much random laughter and fadeouts. Good use of a zoom to simulate the transport, but I think you would have been better served by using the Vogons instead of going... reviewed December 6, 2005
The Creeping Gas by pricey_010 Horror
The editing was competent, and you get an automatic bonus for using the chicken. :) However, there's still a lot of room for improvement. The subtitles weren't properly proofread (it's "I'm") or pun... reviewed December 6, 2005
A Fistful of Birdseed by glynner Action
Ya. What everyone else said about the editing. And I'll give you an extra star specifically for the chicken. I love that chicken... reviewed December 6, 2005
Roasted Target by glynner Action
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That was just flippin' hilarious.
reviewed December 5, 2005
Hamlet by fratt38 Horror
5 stars. Forsooth. reviewed December 4, 2005
The Hunted Special Edition by FilmForge_Studios Action
Everything I could say's been said, really. reviewed December 4, 2005
The Dread Robots of Doom by bigcheese1 Sci-Fi
I agree with Apasas. The subtitling needed to be more consistent... sometimes the robots spoke in gibberish with subtitles, sometimes in English. There were also a few places where the humans were s... reviewed December 3, 2005
Dropping the Hammer by mprimus Sci-Fi
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I laughed. I cried. I kissed my four minutes goodbye.
reviewed December 3, 2005
Black to the planet of the Apes! by Majicman182 Sci-Fi
The voiceovers are awful, and I'm not just referring to the echoing effect. And yea, I know you were shooting for a '70s blaxploitation theme here, but you failed miserably. See that fine line over ... reviewed December 3, 2005
Inside the Actors Studio by MuVies Comedy
no words are needed. Just View It. reviewed December 2, 2005
Path of shadows by Nikells Action
The hotel room dialogue could have been tightened up a bit, but overall a stellar effort. Well-written script. Very well-written. reviewed December 2, 2005
My Dream Girl by NeoManic Comedy
I saw potential, but your technical execution needed work. Some sloppy editing jumps, subtitle skips, and way, way too many fades. The plot twists kept me guessing, and the ending got a chuckle. Ni... reviewed December 2, 2005
The One Star Ninja Scandal by augie64 Comedy
that was a riot. 4 stars for j00 reviewed December 2, 2005
Ashley Porter and the Gorilla War by suedenim Action
Original premise, great sets and costumes, well-edited, and smooth, flowing dialogue. Plus, it's got Nazis and gorillas! What's not to like? reviewed December 1, 2005