TheTorch
Number of Movies: 4
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 4.71

Number of Movies Reviewed: 20
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 3
Average Rating Given: 4.25
 
Movies Released by TheTorch
Who is Santa Claus Comedy
Fever Dreams Studios wishes everyone a Merry Christmas. posted December 26, 2005
We Need A Tree Comedy
Fever Dreams Studios needs a Christmas tree! Come and see us sell our artistic integrity just so we can enter the Lionhead Christmas Movie Contest! posted December 16, 2005
Silk Chocolate Action
Who's the superfly P.I. who's sweet to his sistas and solid for his brutha man? Johnny "Sweet Thang" Nougat stars as John Silk in "Silk Chocolate"! I realize that the sound becomes increasingly out o... posted December 14, 2005
Dogbiter Fitch Comedy
Hong Kong film idol Trilby Wong stars as dashing cad Donald Fitch in this arthouse comedy set in the old West. Will Dogbiter and Fitch strike it rich when they toss the dice at the roulette wheel of sin? posted November 17, 2005
 
Movies Reviewed by TheTorch
Cougar Juice Saves Christmas by Pulp Celluloid Comedy
No one else has done "yo momma" jokes with as much style and panache as Cougar Juice. Word! reviewed January 9, 2006
Killbot by Primus_Inter_Pares Action
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Surreal situations and some choice lines of dialogue put this one head and shoulders above the usual American-soldier-gets-killed-and-comes-back-as-a-robot-and-kills-Soviet-premier movie.
reviewed December 16, 2005
Space mishaps by mediamixerj Sci-Fi
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Not a bad movie, but the subtitles were too small and went by too fast for me to read them. Default, Bold, Action and Horror tend to work best for online movies.
reviewed December 16, 2005
Angelic Devils part 4 by Aragem Sci-Fi
Not bad at all. But you might consider breaking up those big blocks of text a bit more. It's a lot to read at one time. reviewed December 16, 2005
Angelic Devils part 3 by Aragem Sci-Fi
The only problem I had with this film was all the fade-outs and fade-ins. I don't think most of them were necessary. Other than that, it was all right. reviewed December 16, 2005
Angelic Devils part 2 by Aragem Sci-Fi
A few errors in the subtitles made some things kind of unclear. Where do you find all these women with massive bow guns? I assume you have a good explanation as to why Sara is in the Old West. reviewed December 16, 2005
Angelic Devils by Aragem Sci-Fi
Some of the subtitles went by a little fast, but otherwise it seemed okay. You handled the adult subject matter more tastefully than I expected. But where is this story going? reviewed December 16, 2005
--The Man of Bronze-- Part 1 by Randomdays Action
Nice to see some pulp movies at last. I really liked the leap from the window scene. Looking forward to the next one! reviewed December 15, 2005
Flamenco Fandango by TomServo3k Action
Great musical score, tight dialogue, and classic story. More than worthy of the designation Hot Pick. reviewed December 14, 2005
Inside the Actors Studio by MuVies Comedy
Well edited, very funny, with creative use of sets and scenes. Quality voice-over, as well. An amazing opening effort! reviewed December 14, 2005
Thunder Duck 4 Bring The Noise by Kenkira Action
I didn't notice the car noise at all, actually. The movie keeps a brisk pace, so there weren't really any dull spots where I would have noticed it. Good job. reviewed December 9, 2005
The fast and the Faster by tvotvo007 Action
It wasn't really clear who was supposed to be talking during the kitchen scene. It looked like Vin was saying Paul's dialogue. Your shooters changed clothes between killing the girl and having the sho... reviewed December 7, 2005
The Hand of God by TomServo3k Action
You're next, hippie! Why is it that some people can base movies on random weirdness and they're great, while others do the same and produce horrible movies? One of the great mysteries of the universe. reviewed December 5, 2005
One Star Bandit by Sevenhertz Comedy
Great voice work, a catchy theme tune, and a message for us all. Award-winning film-making! reviewed December 4, 2005
Confessions Of A Supreme Being by Strondor Comedy
Nice use of voice distortion and costumes. Good work on making each alien race unique...and then annihilating them. reviewed December 4, 2005
Sandwich AE - PtI by leanstrum Sci-Fi
You're a very strange person. And now I'm hungry. The Torch reviewed December 4, 2005
The Greatest Rant of All Time by jordanliles Comedy
Well said, sir. Well said. The only thing I would have added is how annoying it is to get such a tiny talent pool of people to work with in game. Especially in sandbox mode, where I should be free to... reviewed December 4, 2005
Quick Nick by Tyking Comedy
Michael Zinke displays a keen grasp of screwball comedy in "Quick Nick". In a surreal West populated by transsexuals, opera singers and zombies, the hero must redeem himself by taking on his terrible ... reviewed November 18, 2005
Grave-Robbing Granny by Pulp Celluloid Horror
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Auteur Pierre Marcel dips his toes in the lake of Southern Gothic in this eerie tale of sex, murder and revenge. The movie flows quickly from one shock to the next, without resorting to gore or vulgar...
reviewed November 18, 2005
Shoot-Out At Sawtooth by Pulp Celluloid Action
Hell hath no fury in this Myron Moody picture, where pretty June Hektor risks it all to avenge her man. Moody's reputation as a cinematic risk-taker started here, ensuring that his future films would ... reviewed November 18, 2005