TheBeowulf
Number of Movies: 2
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 4.55

Number of Movies Reviewed: 69
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 14
Average Rating Given: 3.46
 
Movies Released by TheBeowulf
Father Gabriel: Pariah Dog Action
Part 2 of the Father Gabriel series! If you haven't watched the original Father Gabriel (found here http://movies.lionhead.com/movie/6722), then please DO NOT review this installment! You won't unde... posted November 26, 2005
Father Gabriel: The Dead Walk Action
Father Gabriel, a man who is tortured with the tragic (and mysterious!) death of his wife. He knows that his wife has gone to heaven, and vows that he will see her there...as soon as possible. He jo... posted November 16, 2005
 
Movies Reviewed by TheBeowulf
Zombie Apocolypse by ILikeItWenDaBloodComesOut Horror
Mildly amusing! You need to work on your editing and try a little harder to get sounds to sync with actions. Also try getting rid of background noises (i.e. no random "taxi!" in a deserted city). O... reviewed October 25, 2006
Trench Of Destiny by sonotpimpin Action
Please don't upload CPU movies, they make no sense... reviewed October 25, 2006
The Killing Of Alison Shrugberry by LameytheClown Horror
Please don't upload AI scripts, it cheapens all of us (and if this isn't an AI script then shame on you). reviewed February 6, 2006
Nautilus TechDemo by Zogg Action
An amazing demo but this has no business being in the charts (they should be reserved for your actual film). reviewed February 6, 2006
Life Is For Living by Demeanor Action
Ouch, okay where to start? First off the script played out like it was written by a child under the age of 14 (which I suspect that it might have been). It was remarkably confusing (one minute their... reviewed February 6, 2006
The Stagecoach!!! All Scenes by jztemple Action
Wow thanks a bunch, I'm glad someone took up some of their upload space to help the community. Free VC's for you (gotta make up all you spent on this!) reviewed December 19, 2005
An Open Letter To Lionhead by justin_in_bangor Comedy
I feel for you man. Also, my name is Justin. So I guess I feel for you even more. reviewed December 13, 2005
Plague Survival by herr_lipp Horror
Poorly done subtitles + no voiceovers = confusing. I'm not all that sure as to whether this is serious or a comedy. I want to say serious but the black guy with the afro is stereotypical and seems v... reviewed December 13, 2005
Runaway Incident by PenwithPictures Action
Could have gotten 4 stars but its exactly like 400 other 2-3 min WW2 shorts. And they all have the same 5 shots of them. And they always have a machinegun scene. reviewed November 27, 2005
Duke Rehash by servu Romance
The only reason this got 2 stars was because it wasn't an AI script. reviewed November 27, 2005
Be Careful When You Say Yes by tripmills Comedy
Fairly childish humor. Only real problem was the fact that while some voiceovers were spot-on, others were muffled or unintelligeble. reviewed November 27, 2005
Zombie Forest by willsteward Action
Poor & cliched dialogue, subtitles that go by way to fast, grammatical errors in the subtitles, poor editing. A solid two star effort. reviewed November 27, 2005
Frank Taylor What You Dont Know by woolitz Horror
Holy crap does Helga have a 5 o'clock shadow!? Easily the best of the election campaign shorts. reviewed November 26, 2005
Captain Vox and the Fate of the Intrepid by jameseva Sci-Fi
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Very, very good. Best sci-fi I've seen yet personally. My only complaint would be that the mic was too close to your mouth and so you got a little bit of wind roar every now and again. But still th...
reviewed November 22, 2005
The Fateful Meeting by PLTucker Action
A good storyline that could have been improved with a little editting and some voiceovers. You didn't tie up a lot of loose ends which would normally get you -1 star but this is after all, a first in... reviewed November 22, 2005
The Mark (V1) by valerd Action
Movie seemed very random. Some poor editing and lots of consistency errors. reviewed November 22, 2005
Monsters Need Lovin Too by Hobe_OJoos Comedy
It is a stupid little movie... Nothing all that special and a total lack of dialogue (subtitle or otherwise) held this back from its fourth star. reviewed November 22, 2005
The Diary of Adam West Part 1 by Phaethon0017 Comedy
What happened to the story? Voiceovers were either too quiet or too loud, I was constantly playing with the volume to watch it. Plus I don't think you sounded all that much like Adam West... reviewed November 22, 2005
Semblance Of Honor by Achatius Action
Good action sequences but I review heavily against movies that don't have dialogue. reviewed November 20, 2005
The Family Criminally Related by Saminity Action
Entertaining, but I found it a little on the odd side. Some of the humor was also a little low-brow for my taste. Plot was a little hazy. reviewed November 20, 2005
Pandemic 1 by zeeto Action
Good movie, excellent set up for what promises to be an interesting series. My only complaints are lack of voiceovers and a few continuity errors (he goes to sleep with his clothes on, wakes up in h... reviewed November 20, 2005
The Curver by mdizzog Comedy
With a little bit of post-production editing this could have been fantastic. The voiceovers were funny, the dialogue was great, and the plot was decent, what more could you ask from a comedy? I love... reviewed November 20, 2005
Reggie Mexico The True Story by woolitz Horror
Lol at how tolstoy's review made no sense. Anyway I'd be pretty damn scared if Helga came after me with an axe! She could probably kick my irish ass. reviewed November 19, 2005
American Teen by jus4golf Action
No subtitles, no voiceovers? This thing plays out like something the AI scriptwriters churned out. Just not very good all around. reviewed November 19, 2005
The Man in the Forest by katurian Horror
Not bad, not bad. Nothing spectacular to be found here though. Continuity/film errors got this -1 star (horse in the background of the drinking scene, fog in the car). Lack of voiceovers also earne... reviewed November 19, 2005
From Afar by Jspaz Romance
Not a bad little picture. Plot was a little cliched but still shot quite well with decent writing. Would have been much better with voiceover work. A good effort, I encourage you to keep trying! reviewed November 19, 2005
After Work by DuckHunter Comedy
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Good, but far too short! Would love to see this get turned into a much longer film. Excellent voicework!
reviewed November 19, 2005
MANMAN 1x01 MANMAN vs BUNNYMAN by Cheve Action
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Any movie where the director takes the time to make it bilingual is 5 star in my book! I thought it was funny as well. The royal pendents line cracked me up.
reviewed November 19, 2005
First Date by Jonomunch Romance
Minor continuity errors held this film back. Like the cop, they go from walking on the street to running down a hall with a random cop chasing them? It wasn't a bad movie, but it wasn't a great movi... reviewed November 19, 2005
Noob Wars 3 - a handy guide by markrichardbehenna Comedy
I just didn't think this one was as good as the other ones. Maybe the series is gettin a little old I don't know. Could have used a tad more editting in parts. Still no voice? reviewed November 19, 2005
Sapphire For City Council by Tman Comedy
Good but where was the soundtrack? Also, that was the longest commercial I've ever seen! reviewed November 19, 2005
Under The Same Sky (I) by galahad1 Action
Excellent intro, very moving. With dialogue this movie would be amazing. This first part isn't quite an action film so much as a romantic tragedy, but then again so is mine so I shouldn't talk! reviewed November 19, 2005
The Alien Invasion by reallinx Sci-Fi
A valient attempt at english subtitles! I can tell english isn't your first language so I won't take off for the mistakes. Also, where was the music? A few audio issues are what kept this from being 5 stars. reviewed November 19, 2005
Case of the Missing Redhead by Neural_Zone Action
Remarkable! You've managed to transcribe an entire show to make an homage to it! Be extremely careful with copywrited material though as Lionhead has a mean tendency to pull movies that use it... reviewed November 19, 2005
Uncontrolled by Tuppe Action
I'm guessing from your subtitles that english isn't your first language, yes? Anyway, while it was original the plot did tend to stumble due to believability errors (how did the taxi know where his "... reviewed November 18, 2005
The Little Red Chicken by Dorohn Comedy
Omg, hilarious! Your voiceacting had a few niggles but I know that ain't your fault so no deductions. Your editing was absolutely dynamite, some of the best I've seen in a short film. reviewed November 18, 2005
The Hunted Special Edition by FilmForge_Studios Action
Remarkable film. Really managed to create "real" scenes with all your extras wandering about (what a lot of extras btw!). Would have been #1 worthy with voiceovers... reviewed November 18, 2005
Project Phoenix by milamber45 Action
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Classic! One of the best spy movies I've seen thus far. Would love to see this get turned into a miniseries!
reviewed November 18, 2005
I-09 by chaotix66 Action
Yeah I agree with Jazzdog, if the movie gets the same treatment this trailer did then it will be remarkable! Better not use real music though (Disturbed does rock though) as Lionhead comes down prett... reviewed November 18, 2005
The Hunters and the Hunted by irishred Action
Good but not remarkable. You do show excellent potential! This would have been much much better with voiceovers (just do gibberish for the Hozen guys and put english subtitles, whose gonna know!) an... reviewed November 18, 2005
The Mark by NSxProductions Action
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Excellent ambience created by the setting/lighting. A bit of an odd start but I'm assuming you're going to be fleshing everything out in the next installment so I won't deduct points for that. Would ...
reviewed November 17, 2005
Smoking Gun by Aoimtxvzlmser Action
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-1 star for lack of voicework. Very professional use of things like the crane shot, static shots, subtitles (I can't read them but its all good!), etc.
reviewed November 17, 2005
A City of People by maxzilla2005 Action
A good film that could have been a great film. Voiceovers need serious work, why do 1930s mobsters have AK47s? This was also the most ethnically diverse mob I've ever seen! reviewed November 17, 2005
Slow Motion Combat test by super_soulb Action
4 Stars for your experiment just because it is in fact that cool! reviewed November 17, 2005
Jesus is My Captain by Coridan Comedy
The Jesus puns were funny at first but then just started to get kinda annoying... Also, why does Jesus need so many pockets? reviewed November 17, 2005
30 Minutes or Dishonor by denisac Action
Good action unfortunately scarred with a couple of strange edits/cuts. Combined with no voicework and a screwy soundtrack = 3 stars. reviewed November 17, 2005
Vote For Helga by woolitz Comedy
Voiceovers!? In a woolitz film!?! This one got me laughing as we're already getting attack ads out here in Oregon. A good parody. reviewed November 17, 2005
Noob Wars public service announcment by markrichardbehenna Comedy
Apology accepted! If only you would get a mic so we could hear this straight from your own lips! reviewed November 17, 2005
The Lonesome Pea[be polite!] by erinnicole93 Romance
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Its Brokeback Mountain! Seriously though, great voicework +1 star for that alone.
reviewed November 17, 2005
Squaw To The Core by YaggyBear Action
Not bad for what I'm guessing was an early attempt at voicework experimentation. Its good that your trying out the more advanced stuff (like voicework) early on so that your later movies will be that... reviewed November 17, 2005
Quick Draw Mcgraw by Flashman1972 Action
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Groundbreaking! This should be the bar against which all other westerns are judged. Minor errors and parts could have done with some editing. With voiceovers this would have been near perfect BEST WESTERN EVER
reviewed November 17, 2005
What the F by Kiddman Comedy
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Entertaining, also had the nicest, most well furnished drug lab I've ever seen. The music was surprising good for a garage band which is why you got the extra star.
reviewed November 17, 2005
Guns UP! by Kiddman Action
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Not terrible but not genius either. Highly vanilla but still entertaining due to the extreme randomness/silliness.
reviewed November 17, 2005
Noone is Safe Anymore! by Kiddman Horror
Should have fleshed it out more, the music was awesome and I'd appreciate it if you posted the band in the description! reviewed November 17, 2005
Bill Cluck - Car Salesman by Jazzdog Comedy
Wow, a movie parodying a commercial would have been good enough but you certainly took it a step further! Your lip synching got sketchy at times but I know that ain't your fault, also huzzah for your... reviewed November 16, 2005
The Trap (directors cut) by Shinjischneider Action
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Fantastic for being made in 1929, I love a good silent film (as such I won't deduct my usual point off for lack of voicework). I loved the twist that was the actual trap. Excellent use of narration ...
reviewed November 16, 2005
Rise of the Gorilla King by MrYac Action
Good but this thing was about 1000 points off the goofy meter. Would have gotten 4 stars if it had voicework. I did laugh at points so thats a good thing. Also, this is by far the longest movie I'v... reviewed November 16, 2005
Miami Not So Nice by Lugar Action
Great work! I love how true you were to the 80s setting. Sorry but I have to give -1 for no voicework. I just don't think a film is complete without it... reviewed November 16, 2005
Quick Nick by Tyking Comedy
Hilarious (great ending!) but -1 star because sometimes the humor got a little too absurd (even for me, and I liked Hot Shots!) reviewed November 16, 2005
My Baby and a Chicken by tseng10 Comedy
-1 star for no voicework, that plus the fact that your colt morphed into a revolver in the middle of the film. Other then that it made me chuckle, not an easy thing to do. reviewed November 16, 2005
Noob Wars by markrichardbehenna Comedy
4 stars because of lack of voicework and the machine-gun german looked like my grandma Otherwise friggin hilarious, I've played enough (perhaps too much) CS in my day to despise kids like that... reviewed November 16, 2005
Stalker by markrichardbehenna Action
Great intro! I'll certainly be adopting that style later on. Would have got five stars had it had voicework. Other then that just about perfect. reviewed November 16, 2005
Knife In The Eye by idouble001 Comedy
No kidding. SOMEONE PLEASE MORE KNIFE FIGHT ANIMATIONS!!!! reviewed November 16, 2005
Angels Breathe by dante1126 Romance
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Lol! I've dated people who smoke... Kudos for using the underused angel.
reviewed November 16, 2005
The Lost and Found by dante1126 Horror
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OMG!! Finally a movie with quality voicework!!! Hell I'd give 3 stars for that alone, great twist ending by the way!
reviewed November 16, 2005
Fallout 2 by woolitz Sci-Fi
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Lets get the bad stuff out first: Not as good as the first. Still no voicework. Sometimes hard to tell who's talking between Jack and Mary. They drove from Seattle but Chicago is "west"? Lol. Good S...
reviewed November 16, 2005
Who What Where Wolf by khood Horror
That poor poor chicken. I loved your scene use, no bad but no Shakespeare either. It entertained me though and that should be the whole point. reviewed November 16, 2005
Fallout by woolitz Sci-Fi
Your soundtrack was a scotch off (but kudos for using real music!), also no voicework... Story was awesome though and was very cool! Also reminded me of the game "Fallout" which is also a very good thing! reviewed November 16, 2005
crazy man montage by footartist20 Comedy
2 Stars! Know why? My rating can be explained because it reminded me of this simple phrase: "Chicken...gave me a bad coupon!" If you know what that's from then kudos to you, you get an e-cookie! reviewed November 16, 2005