XeroHedgehog
Number of Movies: 6
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 4.5

Number of Movies Reviewed: 10
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 0
Average Rating Given: 3.1
 
Movies Released by XeroHedgehog
TATAKAI! Super Street Battle 10000 GPX!!! Action
Created as both an experiment in Stunts & Effect's features and a tongue-in-cheek parody of anime. Features music by Japanese pop star Ayumi Hamasaki. NOTE: The free-cam is bogus in this film because ... posted August 12, 2006
A Pointless War Sci-Fi
Created as an experiment of free-cam and the other capabilities that S&E is capable of. posted August 12, 2006
The Armageddon Agenda Action
When a British terrorist known as Mr. Diablo captures President Caleb's daugther Layla, will Specialist Tommy Stone be able to rescue her and put Mr. Diablo behind bars? Rated PG-13 for Violence, Lan... posted August 11, 2006
Bite Me Once Horror
Cheesy 50's B-movie at it's finest! posted August 9, 2006
Fat Alien Sci-Fi
A quick sci-fi B-movie type comedy about a lonely alien Earth dweller who laments his weight, until... (This wasn't meant to be a quality movie, it was done in about 20 minutes just for kicks. I want... posted November 10, 2005
War of the Ages Action
Set in an era similar to World War II, Private John Wagner arrives on the battlefield, only to become drawn into the hunt for a mysterious "Doffelganger" that kills his leader! All done in about an h... posted November 9, 2005
 
Movies Reviewed by XeroHedgehog
MOST XTREME HIGH SCHOOL by sidy Action
That was great! I loved the special effects, and it was a very funny story; I was laughing through the whole thing! REPLY TO ARMAGEDDON AGENDA REVIEW - Yes, the 'Concept of Love' at the end was a rem... reviewed August 12, 2006
Die Jägerin von Sol by Xylant Sci-Fi
Uhhh...I could not understand anything that anyone said, and the story was almost non-existant. Foreign film = English subtitles. Please? reviewed November 9, 2005
Un jour comme un autre by kijote Action
A great example of the artistic accomplishments that can be done with this engine...as well as a fine movie, to boot! You actually do care about what happens to these guys in the end, and it was sad t... reviewed November 9, 2005
Saddle Up Sally by taswell Action
...it's as if you picked a script one of the in-game scriptwriters spat out like a machinist on crack and you uploaded it for the fun of it. Which is unacceptable, because it insults the creative pot... reviewed November 8, 2005
Dick Swayze Seventies super cop by davidpajak Action
When I started watching this, I didn't think I would be able to put up with the cheesy setting, but as the movie went along, it got funnier and funnier! The whole 70's lingo thing really made the movi... reviewed November 8, 2005
Everybody needs somebody by aylora Action
Talk about a romantic comedy! The whole "I'm a robot" thing was a little kooky, but it was a good twist that made the movie the whole more enjoyable. However, by the time the movie has ended, I was be... reviewed November 8, 2005
Joe Stardestroyer by mungoshuntbox Sci-Fi
Although some of the plot details were left behind the "curtain" of the director's chair, the story moved along at a nice pace, had a fair share of humor, and I kinda felt sad when the girl was killed... reviewed November 8, 2005
American Teen X by mungoshuntbox Romance
For a modern "getting up" story, the plot was kinda weak, and the subtitles weren't given enough time to be read by the audience...I feel like there could have been room for improvement in many qualit... reviewed November 8, 2005
Pony Express by rexbox Action
A few good laughs here and there, and for a very short film like this, the principle plot is a novel idea. I can't bash the voice acting used in the spoken dialouge, but the writing was a TAD off. Sti... reviewed November 8, 2005
le coup de grace by kijote Action
It didn't really "feel" like a French foreign film for some reason...which is what I was expecting from the title. Still, it's a good attempt at a spaghetti western, and even without any dialouge, it ... reviewed November 8, 2005