Yogurt_King
Number of Movies: 4
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 4.55

Number of Movies Reviewed: 285
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 21
Average Rating Given: 3.33
 
Movies Released by Yogurt_King
Dark Snowflake II Teaser Horror
All Music & Sound Effects: The Fabulous but outdated Roland JV-80, composed by Yours Truly Special Thanks to: Sherwinlu & Kate CronicClapper Kai Pan World Pictures Dulci & D... posted July 1, 2006
Pines and Needles Comedy
Yogurt King Cinema???s 3rd Film Santa. A Christmas Tree. A wee bit of tension. My first film with VO. Original (non-TM) music. New technology, sort of. Credit & Thanks go to: Anya Leigh Robins... posted January 4, 2006
Dark Snowflake Horror
My second film is a significant departure from my initial tinkering of "Nosferatu," but remaining what I deem as impressionist. Using that term allows me to easily escape criticism of plot continuity... posted December 16, 2005
Nosferatu Horror
This is my debut film. Not much going on here, plot wise; my aim was stylistic, regarding black & white, scene cutting, inter-titles, original (and live) music, just like a good 'ol silent film. Adm... posted December 3, 2005
 
Movies Reviewed by Yogurt_King
Chat Room by sidy Horror
Ok, I'm a little mixed on this one. Don't get me wrong, I was quite impressed by the production values here. A lot of artistry went into making this appear as it does. But let's be honest. The sto... reviewed February 22, 2007
Because I Could Not Stop For Death by postmodernchuck Romance
PMC certainly has an eye for what to feed the eye. While I still see that he is coming into his own, and has done so considerably since I last viewed his films (A Girl named Jane & A Love Letter to F... reviewed February 22, 2007
Oh Its On Funk Shinkon Kerabuyu by mixmasterfestus Comedy
Funked my wimpy-a$$ toenails back a couple of curls. How'de do dat? Simply yogurt. Yum. reviewed February 22, 2007
Fukushusha by Caystarz Sci-Fi
A milestone in the art of Machinima. The technical aspects of this film are, on pain of sounding grandiose, flawless. It is a rare film that can achieve such technical mastery, it is a gem that can ... reviewed February 22, 2007
Dignity of Men by sherwinliu Romance
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When I first viewed this film, I was astounded, and yet, for some reason aggravated. Something rubbed me the wrong way. Upon my second viewing, some time after the first, I couldn't for the life of ...
reviewed October 26, 2006
The Contract Killer by jim_ Action
MOMC Review ----------- "I hate elevator music." The irony is, this feels an awful lot like I would imagine an elevator movie would be - no real intro, no crescendo, no climax, and no cadence. Ok, ... reviewed October 26, 2006
The Mafia Bloodshed by dude123456 Action
MOMC Review: This movie was god-awful. Sims mumbling, subtitle misspellings, no coherent plot - even the name of the mob is borrowed from The Godfather! No serious attempt was made at making this f... reviewed October 26, 2006
Bullet Proof by xerra55 Action
There's not taking oneself too seriously, and then there's complete disregard for the craft one is engaged in. This, unfortunately, falls in the latter category. There was no real action during the ... reviewed October 26, 2006
Outlaws of the Bog by MrSmithee Action
Hi, I'm Johnny. I'm unhappy with my life, but after I killed my wife, some coffs (cops) and left my infant son alone in the carnage while hooking up with some conscience lacking hoodlums that reside ... reviewed October 26, 2006
Bibbles sellers by gilga Action
What's one of the best things about TMO? Foreign Films (foreign to US and British audiences, anyway). A bit of culture goes a long way. And the long and luscious history of French cinema does not e... reviewed September 4, 2006
End of Memories 2 by Bolch Action
Honestly, I expected more. The first episode flowed terrifically, and the limitations of the engine were pushed to the limit to create an engaging and energetic film. This second episode leaves ... reviewed September 4, 2006
The Kingston Kidnapping by cronicclapper Action
"Another successful movie... yeah, I guess you could say that..." cronicclapper has shown potential from the beginning; now we have a departure from his rather solid King Kung Pow series, and it's hi... reviewed August 28, 2006
Sunflower Heights by Mustachio26 Sci-Fi
Being a fair critic is hard. Does one take the point of view of Joe-movie-watcher? Does one attempt to sympathize with the director's point of view? Does one simply absorb the film with all the pre... reviewed August 28, 2006
Metamorphosis by ShiningIdeal Action
I am sympathetic to this relatively new director's attempt to create an engaging tale. I must give credit where credit is due - it's an epic attempt, but as a viewer I must be true to myself and ask ... reviewed August 28, 2006
Number B by MrSmithee Action
Philosophically speaking, there are two main reasons a movie doesn't get a perfect rewiew - one, the movie simply hasn't got "it" to achieve such glory. The second is that movie has "it" but simply h... reviewed August 28, 2006
Funny Fellow by Mr_Ham Horror
Mood, it has - to a point. But mood must be sustained by a plot, of which, unfortunately, I find woefully lacking in this piece. There are definitely some interesting and skillful uses of the came... reviewed July 17, 2006
Phaedrus by postmodernchuck Romance
My Lord, dude, why aren't you behind a real camera? Not only is it refreshing not to have to knock film technicalities 101, but in this case, even against your other films, I feel I am not even privi... reviewed July 10, 2006
Ordinary Day by masterbecks Action
Wonderfully written. Wonderfully executed. Confusingly concluded. Perhaps it's my misunderstanding, and I imagine I'll regret not giving it a 5. But if I don't review it now, I'll forget. My reac... reviewed July 9, 2006
Simulation - Part One by RonH Romance
The ONLY reason this is getting a 4 is because it left me hanging and that made me absolutely furious. ;-) This is a superb tale. A Lynchian tale told with Kubrick sobriety. While the excellent "Hi... reviewed July 9, 2006
ERNIES SECRET by kingpengvin Comedy
That was ridiculously wonderful. Was that just a bad dream that you decided to load up into TMO? Religious fanatics beware - your antichrist is just a deadbeat in jeans, but possesses the power none... reviewed July 6, 2006
Girls Named Jane by postmodernchuck Romance
Incredible. I wish I could write this review anonymously. Sexual culture is a strange thing - much like the chicken and the egg. My now recently estranged girlfriend had a strong sexual attraction ... reviewed July 6, 2006
A Woman is a Woman by postmodernchuck Romance
Elegant. Real. An expressed duplicity that in one way or another we all share, some secret identity we all reveal only in the right places at the right times - but yet that secret identity is the id... reviewed July 6, 2006
Clucked Up Victims by SothisAmon Horror
I'm only giving it a 3 because I can't decide whether to give it a 1 or a 5. I can't deny that it was... engaging... in some sort of weird Faces of Death with Chickens sort of way. But then again, I... reviewed July 6, 2006
Left In Town by FoDooG Comedy
He says he's retiring, but I don't believe it. He may leave us from TMO, but this guy has such an eye for the visual craft and the flow of the fable that we will soon see FoDoog Studios rise from Sun... reviewed July 6, 2006
dream by FoDooG Sci-Fi
How had I not seen this? And why are you leaving? I'm so upset. You can't go! We need you - just when things were starting to get good! NO NO NO! reviewed July 5, 2006
The Light In the Dust Teaser - The Dream by DecadentPictures Horror
somebody said "overkill on the freecam and overlays" - that means, god, I wish I had the talent to do that. Excellent trailer. The only drawback I see is the intense concentration on the one death s... reviewed July 5, 2006
Oh Its On 3 Ouichi Genshi Basutaa Alpha by mixmasterfestus Action
This film... well, to write words about it is to do it an injustice. While not taking itself too seriously, it at the same time pulls you into an action movie replete with subtle depth, intense actio... reviewed July 5, 2006
Next Door by neonoir1x Romance
These movies are just getting better all the time. In a word - artful. Watching this film is akin to starring at a beautiful painting with the time to examine each line and colour, piecing together ... reviewed July 4, 2006
Oh Its On 3 Ouichi Genshi Basutaa Alpha by mixmasterfestus Action
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How anyone could give this less that 5; I don't understand. The effects... THE EFFECTS! Most of the time I was simply asking myself "how did he do that?"... no, that's a lie, because I was completel...
reviewed July 4, 2006
Her by MichaelCristiano Horror
Let me start with this - this film could be, quite easily, a 5. It has all the right elements, the directing and scene flow is sharp. The use of the "her" prop is spooky in and of itself, given its ... reviewed July 4, 2006
The Ritual 2 The Ascension by haaaaaaah Horror
I usually don't bother with reviews that are requested in reviews. I'm glad I did with this one. This film is absolutely brilliant - taking on a religious/philosophical theme - a timid venture to mo... reviewed July 1, 2006
ICE-513 by MFK88 Action
It's sad that we still must address these issues in any art, but address it we must, and this film addresses it with the ambiguity that is required for such thoughts and actions that result in the mos... reviewed July 1, 2006
CHUPACABRA ! by biggstrek Horror
That was just fabulous! My one complaint - a little too much growling all the way through. At one point I thought I was just really hungry. Great twist; this is a story you ought not miss. But m... reviewed July 1, 2006
MAD MONKEYS by Deathstar17 Romance
It's simply phenomenal how all your reviews come from outside the TMO community. Wow. Another masterpiece by an 11 year old, or the equivalent thereof. 1 Star, 'cause I couldn't give half. I hope ... reviewed June 30, 2006
Criminal Mind Pt 1 by feznacho Action
It's becoming harder and harder to judge these films the more philosophically I think about them. After all, in the "real" Hollywood you have actors, scriptwriters, directors, producers, grips, speci... reviewed June 30, 2006
Filmaking For Dummies by steven950 Comedy
It's amazing that all these raving reviews are from non-studio owners. Fancy that! How do you tell someone that they simply aren't funny? There's a guy at work who thinks he has a dry sense of humo... reviewed June 30, 2006
Stuck by MaggotStudio Action
In order for a viewer to be engaged in a story, there has to be a story. As you admitted... there is no plot. So, it follows, there is no point. There is no point to care about the characters motiv... reviewed June 30, 2006
Angel (trailer) by 859 Action
Obviously a mere sandbox showcase for Stunts & Effects, this little ditty gives us the late Brandon Lee reprising his role as The Crow, this time after the president of the United States after his unt... reviewed June 30, 2006
30 by cathreese Comedy
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That was refreshing - great narrative, humorous and poignant. I suppose it didn't help (or hurt?) that I just got dumped so it made me all sentimental. Nonetheless, the voice acting is soothing and ...
reviewed June 30, 2006
The Space Lords Grasp by mattyboy11 Sci-Fi
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Despite how corny this movie actually is it has an irresistible charm about it that makes it enjoyable to watch. A kind of Buck Rogers/James Bond/One Season Wonder TV sci-fi hit. The editing is adeq...
reviewed June 30, 2006
Beyond the Bullets by mangomonkey28 Action
I swear to god this one came straight out of "Soldier of Fortune." "He saved my life, and my idea killed him;??? and, indirectly, his wife, due to his bad driving. We get no plot here. An attempt i... reviewed June 30, 2006
Dont by Bureau_2525 Horror
That was [oh please!]ing brilliant. Excellent character creation, lighting, and cuts in sync with choice music. I'm looking forward to your next creation. As per my usual axiom, a 5 star review als... reviewed June 28, 2006
Tales of Truly Terrible Cinematography by mildheadwound Comedy
Brilliant. This is what this "game" is all about. An inside joke that turns out to be some real talent as well. And funny as [not-so-nice-word!]. It's a shame that it will no doubt get banned. Ta... reviewed June 27, 2006
Suits and cigarettes by 1944Pictures Action
Watching Suits and Cigarettes was like smoking a stale Marlboro while wearing the emperor???s clothes. It teases you with style that only becomes blander as the lack of plot drags the jazzy tunes dow... reviewed June 25, 2006
The Pride of Kildare by ClaudeGriffin Action
If I could describe this film in a word: Adequate. It was well directed, well paced, neither blundering in flaws nor enticing in perspective. It kept me watching, but I wasn???t leaning forward. Al... reviewed June 25, 2006
Mans Best Friend by darryhick Action
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Week Five at MOMC has been somewhat??? lackluster. When I saw this movie with just one review ??? about a man and an adopted dog, I groaned. I mean, come on, I watch Lynch, Kubrick, and weird French...
reviewed June 25, 2006
ShadowTown by STXFilms Action
First, my positive comments. I really liked the way that the director tabbed the location/times to the right in contrast to the subtitles. An excellent technique for distinguishing between diverse s... reviewed June 25, 2006
Nietzsche is Dead by kos78 Romance
My god (no pun intended) - a real exposition. Ironic, entertaining, and as esoteric as its subject; for those that don't read or pay attention to what they read, this film will make no sense. Brilli... reviewed June 20, 2006
JASTA 77t by kosc Action
Simple plot, but effective and engaging. While one might complain that the editing could be sharper, it is nonetheless creative and exlempary of good continuity in an action tale. Even with the obv... reviewed June 20, 2006
The Cat -II- by SilverSiggi Action
Another S&E exposition. I can forgive the subtitles. I love B-movies. But I do need ... a point. Why the anti-hero? Where's his redeeming quality? What motivates him? Why was Mr. Mustache so ... reviewed June 19, 2006
Redzone Berlin by Earwmd Action
Talk about mixed metaphors. This film is a hypothetical that reads like a documentary. Of course, that's certainly a creative way to approach an exposition of an idea... but the problem with this fi... reviewed June 19, 2006
Jack the Ripper Part 2 by micha83 Horror
That was a film of films. What does this film have that most don't? Atmosphere... from beginning to end the trance is not broken. While the side characters are not explored to any great depth, it i... reviewed June 7, 2006
THE FLYING FRUITLESS DETECTIVES by kwistufa Comedy
I can see why the initial movies are going to get great ratings - but this was more of a showcase of new scenes than anything else. Nicely cut for the most part, but not the least bit engaging plot w... reviewed June 7, 2006
The Thingy by Jamingo Action
Well, that didn't make a lick of sense, and was even less entertaining. A incomprehensible conversation between a white haired sardonic bank teller and a strange woman in a civil war custome with a b... reviewed May 17, 2006
The Light in the Dust - Part 1 by DecadentPictures Horror
Bravo! The sheer volume of editorials disguised as reviews already written on this piece is a testimony to its impact on the community. Technically speaking, between this and "Headless Horseman" b... reviewed May 16, 2006
I dont know you anymore by rjack3 Horror
He's in the trunk, he won't wake up! This film had a lot of potential as a typical B-fare horror movie. However, it suffered from lack of any fine tuned editing as well as very faint VOs. The un-ed... reviewed May 16, 2006
War is Hell by Syder534 Horror
That was grand. Just Grand. Bravo. reviewed May 12, 2006
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Dylen Horror
A tale well told. The voice acting is the first element one notices in this film, and it's carried solidly throughout, particularly in Sleeve's narration, which should be of no surprise. Superbly cu... reviewed May 10, 2006
THE HALOIST II by ArtificialArtist Sci-Fi
I don't give out 5 stars very often. I bookmark movies even less. For this film, I've done both. Technically - beyond mastery. The first film I've seen in a while that I can say is ahead of its ti... reviewed May 10, 2006
Colours by Primaer Action
This was no doubt an ambitious project, with plenty of voice actors, BG effects, intriguing dialogue and a mysterious plot. Still, however, it did not grab me in the end. It seemed as though the fil... reviewed May 9, 2006
Throwdown in El Ray by Flipmanburn Action
Let's face it. The Movies is a fascinating vehicle for artistic expression, although admittedly quite limited simply by the media - computer generated art. To make something that impresses via this ... reviewed May 9, 2006
The Most Violent Movie On TMO!!!!! by skunkfunk Comedy
another testimony to the problem of overrating films on this site. reviewed May 9, 2006
Imperium I by Ratonero Sci-Fi
Artistic, engaging, thoughtful. I don't speak Spanish, but the VOs were delivered well, and the script intelligent. Although the plot development obviously relies on the installments to come, this f... reviewed May 8, 2006
Project Honesty by Frooplet Sci-Fi
Honesty. Ok, that's what he wants, that's what he gets. You ought not have a philosophy major review movies of this ambition of insight. Firstly, I will say that technically, the movie is above ave... reviewed May 8, 2006
Revenge of the Gun III by Firestalker5 Action
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to quote the director: WHY IS YOUR MOVIE SPECIAL? It's a fun watch. And that's exactly it. So often in real movies and in TMO we go for tech, we go for substance, we go for pristine editing, we g...
reviewed May 8, 2006
Murphy City PT 2 dash 1 by KirinRiotCrash Action
Alice in Wonderland meets the Matrix. No, wait, the Matrix was Alice in Wonderland, updated. What was this? Hard to say. But was it entertaining? Yes, I'd have to say, but I couldn't tell you why... reviewed May 7, 2006
Time to Kill by Dylen Sci-Fi
A nice showcase piece for effects and eye candy. Would love to see a film in that environment. reviewed May 3, 2006
Black Widow by Dulci Horror
I'm having trouble rating this one. Technically, flawless as usual (save for the non-opening door, no fault of the director's). A above average script, yet I had reservations about her motives and e... reviewed May 3, 2006
Happily Ever After by Dulci Romance
The undertones of D&D's story telling is what makes their movies so memorable. No unbelievable shifts in plot, no cliche scripts and even more cliche situations... jesus, no one even raised his or he... reviewed May 3, 2006
Tremble by Dulci Romance
Not Dulci's best work. Given her talents I was expecting the visuals to colourize the text in elucidating fashion, but rather than that I felt as though the screen and the audio were disconnected. I... reviewed May 3, 2006
The Lounge Singer by Dulci Romance
Grand in its subtlety. It's certainly a testament to the power of this short piece that most of the reviews read longer than the film itself. A concise but penatrating painting of the viciousness of... reviewed May 3, 2006
End of Memories VO by Bolch Action
Very well done. Great script and even better VO, nods to Dulci. Plot unfolding was well told and easy to follow, not something to be taken for granted on TMO. Good action scenes given the current l... reviewed May 3, 2006
The Night Commander Venus Came Home by WillaBizz Horror
I might have rated this higher a year ago, but standards have been set, and by such standards we must rate. The VO quality was great, but the script read like something from a school play. The actio... reviewed May 3, 2006
Hijack by FraasMovies Action
It's one thing to have made a great set, but a set in which not much can happen is really not all that exciting, is it? The Oval Office, good as well, not to mention the redesigned living room. 5 st... reviewed May 2, 2006
Atomic Ray Saves The Day! by JustinMoore Sci-Fi
This should have stayed on your hard drive. reviewed May 2, 2006
Neotokyo by AxeCinema Sci-Fi
I'm having a bit of trouble evaluating this film. Like Star Wars it had a lot of flashy mods going on, the continuity of the sets made for a believable world, and the customes were great. That being... reviewed May 2, 2006
One bad minute by Spaceman72 Action
This is a difficult movie to rate. On the one hand, it certainly surpasses many films in effects; then again, a lot of the effects were hit and miss. Over all, the film conveyed a great sense of a... reviewed May 2, 2006
Wasted Lives by DNR Romance
Given the subject matter this film struck me as a bit anti-climactic. Firstly, we've seen this scenario so many times that in order to repeat this message (surely worth repeating) one must employ new... reviewed May 2, 2006
Warning Plot Heavy! by markrichardbehenna Comedy
I have never been so offended in all my life. This blatant exploitation of banananess assaulted my senses and disturbed my soul. What next? Are you going to peel the banana on camera? Disgusting and filthy. reviewed May 2, 2006
AMERICA! by dfpiii Comedy
I thought this was original and creative, and had some great comedic scenes, cut well, and flowed. So why only 3 stars? Even in comedy, one must be tactful. I thought the MLK speech was unabashedly... reviewed May 2, 2006
You Choose! by david1972 Horror
Original concepts, good story line, technical chops up to par. The biggest drawback of this flick is that transitions in plot were hard to follow at times; it felt a bit rushed, thus reducing the imp... reviewed May 2, 2006
It runs in the family by moviemakR Romance
How this movie can get anything beyond a 3 is beyond me. It seems that no real effort was put into it technically or artistically. The idea is interesting enough but not expounded upon in any way to... reviewed May 2, 2006
What!!!! by DNR Horror
First, I'll start off with what I didn't like - that way I can leave what I did like at the end so everyone is happy. ;-) I don't feel like I was voyeuring the mind of a serial killer, but rather the... reviewed May 2, 2006
The Spy who laughed about me by Spaceman72 Action
Beautifully done. Quinn's mechanical voice (along with the rest of the cast) paradoy Bond films to the T. Superb editing allowing an action flow that is difficult to achieve in "the movies." A defi... reviewed May 1, 2006
King Kung POW by cronicclapper Comedy
Now that was... interesting. Power Rangers meets Batman with a twist of Hello Kitty. And yet, it's thoroughly entertaining. Not much of a plot, but one shouldn't expect such perks from a kung fu mo... reviewed May 1, 2006
The Spectre Wore a Badge by r33se Horror
How was something so predictable viewed as "creepy?" And then a cheesy commentary at the end, as if we didn't get it! The fate of TMO is truly degrading. reviewed May 1, 2006
The Late Rufus Jensen by heliopolister Romance
I admire any attempt to address philosophical matters via film. Although I don't necessarily agree with the director's take on things, the script is, for the most part, well done. The movie does fee... reviewed May 1, 2006
Rescue - The Resolution by StokeStudios Action
to quote a line from the film... "I'm bored." for those that like their damsel in distress movies straight to the point without complications this is the movie for you. Good guys and bad guys are cl... reviewed May 1, 2006
Planet Lesbos -- World Without Men by StokeStudios Comedy
Given the reviews, I was surprised to be underwhelmed by this picture. I love locker room humour just as much as the next guy; this film delivered fully on the locker room, sans humour. If the editi... reviewed May 1, 2006
Razorblade by jjpatel Romance
First off, a fine job in editing. The effort in accurate flashbacks should not go unnoticed, for anyone knowing the difficulty of using AMM. Well paced, segmented in comprehensible sections, humorou... reviewed April 27, 2006
Miragem by jleao Action
You get 5 stars because my girlfriend is Brazilian. reviewed April 27, 2006
I Pledge Allegiance (Promotional Video) by 859 Action
I would keep up on the Social Studies and Speech classes. It might help in the long run as far as continuity and, um... sense? in your movies. Also, you might want to chew the pop rocks all the way ... reviewed April 27, 2006
Starmasher by kane23 Sci-Fi
Brilliant! If only I had this game when I was 12. The uninhibited bravado, the unleashed idealism, the love and hate of aliens without fear of internal contradiction. Deep, yet subtle in its convey... reviewed April 27, 2006
Campfire Fright by wulfy69 Horror
Not quite the shock ending I was hoping for, but the tale was solidly told, with the VO laid well over the acting animations. A good job, and promising skills for some more epic up and coming tales... reviewed April 27, 2006
Goodbye by StokeStudios Romance
A grief observed, but with no percievable substance. This is the most generic representation of loss that has been portrayed on the computer generated screen. The film borrows heavily on its themati... reviewed April 27, 2006
MY LITTLE LIES by DorianRust Comedy
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Now that was a well told tale. Nothing fancy, but engaging and sweet. After all, the movies are nothing more than creative lies - so what is honesty? Very well done, excellent VO. But what's up wi...
reviewed April 27, 2006
Journey to Flipsville by vikinghillblly Comedy
That was like watching an episode of the Brady Bunch, minus the complex plot line. Ok, whatever. reviewed April 27, 2006
Dragon by Sonfaro Sci-Fi
Great sound editing. The story - unique... but somehow disengaging. I would fault some of this to the Movies engine itself. Dragons are more elegant than to sneak around like that, real or not. An... reviewed April 27, 2006
Malloy Trailer by DaRKoNe462 Action
The award was certainly well deserved. Trailers are an art in themselves, and even if your movie eventually suck (not that it will) this trailer is top-notch. My only criticism is that it went on ju... reviewed April 27, 2006
Mc Ron Goes to Texas by Stahlman Comedy
All that for.. what? The structure was sufficient, only to build to a rise that ended in a hit and run. To what end? Perhaps Brits that hate Texas would be more sympathetic. reviewed April 24, 2006
Stuck in TheMovies by Anykeyz Sci-Fi
"Welcome to my world" Yes, this was original. Yes, this was well edited and the story line flowed for the most part. But have we all forgotten about scripts? Has the Subway series taught us nothin... reviewed April 12, 2006
Driver Man by lan14n Action
I'm not sure what the hype is about. I found the only original editing effect (though well done) was the jump into the moving car. The VOs were painful to hear, and even silly movies need some sort ... reviewed April 12, 2006
BODY TALKS ! Overture by cavaleras Sci-Fi
Anthropomorphicism at its finest? An entertaining tale, but left me somewhat bewildered. I felt like I was watching an after school special. reviewed April 12, 2006
The Carioca by sherwinliu Romance
I enjoyed this flick, I really did, but giving it over 3 stars would discredit other films I've starred at 4 or 5. An excellent use of scene work and music, and a nice, relaxing flow that, altogether... reviewed March 14, 2006
Lightyears Away From Sanity by ifky717 Comedy
5, 4, 3, 2, .... 1! reviewed January 13, 2006
A Heros Welcome by groove-monkey Horror
That...gave me goosebumps. The errors I saw were slight, and did not at all detract from the over all technical brilliance of the film, nor from the heavy emotion laid forth from beginning to end. B... reviewed January 11, 2006
Chamberlain by Everett Horror
I don't usually give a rating this low - so allow me to justify: "defining the TMO horror genre?" I think not. Let's talk about something every movie, of any genre, requires to maintain its credibi... reviewed January 10, 2006
Keeping Your Man by Prinzess Romance
Why can't I find a woman like this? I don't believe they exist, just like Santa Claus. ;-) Great flick, very charming, well cut. reviewed January 10, 2006
The night of signs by GooDilein Horror
great film, great direction. You lose a star only due to the abrupt ending, and that ghost scenes in this "genre" are very hard to film... she was too "real" at the end, especially given the talent y... reviewed January 10, 2006
Aegis of Therion - Episode I by erinnicole93 Sci-Fi
Now that was impressive. Great FX. Flowing story line and well paced. A very good sense of action and timing. My only critique was as well cut as it was there were just a few scenes that could hav... reviewed January 10, 2006
B(R)EASTS by tanguygetz Horror
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I'm not giving you 5 stars for editing - though it was long and I could tell a lot of work went into it, I felt the direction could have been sharper. I'm not giving you 5 stars for voice over - the ...
reviewed January 9, 2006
Off The Reacord with Lionhead Studios by sarunit Comedy
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That was too cool. I'm trying to reserve my 5 stars as of late, but I just had to give it here. Great and clever script with gaming/philosophical undertones we all love to pretend to deny to our fam...
reviewed January 9, 2006
BAIS by dfpiii Sci-Fi
Was that last bit a tribute to Joe Anderson? Outstanding script. The actions scenes left something to be desired, but the rest of it was great - very entertaining. Tighter cuts would have made this... reviewed January 9, 2006
A Is For Alice by plopphizz Sci-Fi
You may ask - how can I give this 4? Script and voicing are phenomenal. Story, tried and true, but very original take. Emotional impact - definitely present without being in-your-face. All around ... reviewed January 9, 2006
Tree Farm by plopphizz Horror
That was sweet... Knowing the quality of your work, you lost a star because of VO quality and the mid-section of the film could have used tighter editing. In addition, I'm comparing it to my own film... reviewed January 9, 2006
Oh Its On by mixmasterfestus Action
thanks for stealing my idea. Good work. I know lining up that [oh please!] ain't easy. reviewed January 9, 2006
Brownthumb by Rufus1337 Action
You nearly got 5 stars. I had to sit and think. For a while. Great story, very original, and you had me as soon as I recognize Gordon Freeman. God, made me want to play it again. Great script, gr... reviewed January 9, 2006
Cybercop by guydon01 Comedy
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At first I thought this was going to be a bad movie, but it just got better and funnier! Very well done, creative use of scenes and customes. Great job - hope you make a sequel!
reviewed January 9, 2006
Baggage Boy Remix by madman12300 Comedy
I didn't find it all that engaging. The VO was decent, but it seems a couple of retakes were in order. Narrative flowed, scenes connected... but it wasn't all that funny. reviewed January 8, 2006
Space Mod Demo by lizard3209 Sci-Fi
Damn, that's friggin' cool. reviewed January 7, 2006
X-mas gone wrong EP 1 by ryno123 Comedy
It seemed like a comedy - what was it supposed to be? Anyway, cute idea, but you lose a couple of stars do to editing glitches and spelling mistakes in the subtitles. Still, entertaining nonetheless... reviewed January 7, 2006
The Stagecoach!!! All Scenes by jztemple Action
thanks for making this movie - i'm needing to know if it's worth it... has anyone made a film with the new bathroom? reviewed January 7, 2006
A Christmas Wish by DNR Romance
That was heartwarming - I gave you only 3 because the story was a bit predictable, nonetheless, great VO and effective editing. Good use of editing for subtle realities like merely hailing the taxi. ... reviewed January 7, 2006
To See God! by nutzhouse Sci-Fi
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That was weird - punk thug UFO flying Angels! Loved it. You lost a star only because I think the editing could have been a little sharper (subtitles, some cuts). Over all, an engaging little flick....
reviewed January 7, 2006
Monkey Falls Down Stairs by cult_inc Comedy
Simple, but effective. I can't give it more than 3 because, well - it's just a monkey falling down the stairs? Still, I've sat through longer movies that I've rated less. I loved all the peels. It... reviewed January 6, 2006
Survival Game by Dylen Horror
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Holy [censored!]. um... holy [censored!]. Man, the best part was... the best aspect was... I mean the editing... holy [censored!].
reviewed January 6, 2006
Change of Fortune by Valtharius Sci-Fi
Wow - my only critique - a cell phone for the vice-commander? Come on.. (no pun intended) God, that was excellent - a fantastic twist at the end a la War of the Worlds. Was that in mind? Even if it... reviewed January 6, 2006
The day the world ended by Anykeyz Sci-Fi
Ok, you need to check out Kai Pan, and some of the other top notch guys. You've got great instincts, and a little uping on your editing skill (which isn't bad, by any means) would go a long way (cust... reviewed January 6, 2006
The Thing by GoatMilk Horror
This isn't bad for a first film at all. I don't think it need subtitles or dialogue. Your editing was pretty good. I only give you three for room to improve and because of the standards that are be... reviewed January 6, 2006
Strangers by Anykeyz Sci-Fi
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My friend, you need to promote this movie. Do you need help? I'm pretty good at it - I got my last film from over 2000 to 46. I can do you a poster, help on the forums. Yes, you succeeded. I was ...
reviewed January 6, 2006
Xmas Nightmare by hydrazoid Horror
When I saw that the "It ain't over yet" scene was in here, I was skeptical... but it was perfect! Great editing job. You only lost a star because a piece like this deserves some VO. Other than that... reviewed January 6, 2006
Fake-Out - The Scratch Ticket by caigan Comedy
Great start to a series - love the premise; you lose stars only because I think you could have edited a bit sharper, and the VO was pretty muddled. I hope you're planning on another installment. reviewed January 6, 2006
It aint over yet by baktakor Comedy
You totally stole my idea! Well sort of. We need to talk. God damn, that was funny. I hate that scene, but you made me love it again! Bless you! I hate skeletons too, but now I love them! Bless... reviewed January 6, 2006
santa by mabdog Romance
this was so bad I just had to give it 4 stars. I mean, you had to do that on purpose, right? For some strange reason, I enjoyed it. Maybe 'cause i'm drunk. reviewed January 6, 2006
Review Rabbit December 15th by CAMFROMTHECITY21 Comedy
Excellent - I want to see this more often - this is a definite series - original idea. I only gave you 4 because I need room to give more for the next installment... reviewed January 6, 2006
Santa Quits by davidwww Sci-Fi
That was quaint - well done, but you lose a star because it didn't really finalize. Nonetheless, one could even relate to the pressure Santa must feel. Original idea. Good luck! reviewed January 6, 2006
Dog Walk by jansenjfa Comedy
I don't think people realize the precise timing involved with this. First film? Excellent. Not exactly my genre, but I see talent when it comes by. reviewed January 6, 2006
Macbeth - Act 1 Scene 1 by red_factor5 Horror
I give you 3 for the idea/attempt. But you need VO for Shakespeare, no doubt about it - it's all about the delivery. This could be a great idea, but it will need a lot of work to make it come alive. reviewed January 6, 2006
Santas Innovation by Saskro Comedy
It lacked continuity in plot - i mean, what became of the robot. then again, you only had 4 minutes. Excellent tech work - how did you do that? It's a shame you missed the deadline. You must be ba... reviewed January 6, 2006
Lost Love by heldorm Romance
Taking action? Shooting your ex-girlfriend is taking action? I wouldn't even review this, to save you from a bad review, but hey, you put it on Reviewtrader.com. No real good cuts here, and a story... reviewed January 6, 2006
Weekend in Cuba by Alpha-Omega Comedy
I liked the idea, but I was expecting so much more. The Cubans sounded like fake Mexicans from L.A., Arnold... well, not all that convincing. Santa sounded bored most of the time. Over all, it just... reviewed January 6, 2006
A Mecha Adventure by cult_inc Sci-Fi
very cool; but damn, those cacti were tall! I loved the effect when the Robot was hit that it jolted the bridge. I think a little more editing (such as the backdrop for the bridge window, would have... reviewed January 6, 2006
Santa Claws is Coming to Town by Valtharius Horror
That, my friend, was classic. I was going to give it 4, simply because some of the script rambled, but the overall work definitely merits a 5; particularly the deal made at the end. Consider your st... reviewed January 6, 2006
A Santa Story by piercep Sci-Fi
Very good work - excellent cutting to tell the story, smoothly transitioning from one ghost to the next. The VOs were a bit too quiet... also, isn't it over the 4 min max? Perhaps you should cut it ... reviewed January 6, 2006
The Last Christmas Gift by Dylen Romance
Great job - very original. This will certainly get Lionhead's attention. Good luck! reviewed January 6, 2006
The Final Stipulation by mixmasterfestus Comedy
I was going to give it a four - great film, but all those beeps made it hard to follow the dialogue. But you get a 5 simply 'cause your Santa was so loveable, because of the contract, and because of ... reviewed January 6, 2006
Santas Dash Before Christmas by blueballs Comedy
Cute film - I would have given it 3 only because the dialogue kind of rambled; but you get 1 extra star for the obsession with the "naughty list," and the scene where the reigndeer's head is mounted o... reviewed January 6, 2006
Santa Austria by JKjunior Comedy
A true 5 stars. Damn - we may have a winner here, if Lionhead doesn't get squeamish about a cursing Santa and a bloody bunny. My favourite scene, when he charged out the door and layed the bunny out... reviewed January 6, 2006
The Hidden Stories by Dulci Comedy
Why only 4 stars? For selfish reasons - I wanted more. Excellent direction, sharp to the tee. Each character fully robust and alive in the short segment they had. Diverse and orginal. Very Tarant... reviewed January 6, 2006
Shaded Christmas by Suladead Horror
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That was just too bizarre. Bravo! I thought my movie was pushing the limits. But Santa in hell? Too delicious. I gave it 5 on mere unqiueness and entertainment, though some of the cutting made th...
reviewed January 6, 2006
A Lonely Christmas by Vortex2044 Romance
What are you trying to do, get me to kill myself? Very well done; excellent editing techniques. I also admire that you used no VO or subtitles - I attempted the same thing in "Dark Snowflake" to mix... reviewed January 6, 2006
Christmas American Style (final) by cdmvirt Comedy
Ouch. All too true. My only suggestion would have been to include the family alluded to, and their exchange of commercialism over love. Great effect putting the tree in the lonely window. reviewed January 6, 2006
tis the festive season by gamedude15 Comedy
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U definitely achieved your goal - and that's what I try to rate movies on; the director's goal, not mine (a lesson I recently learned). A few editing glitches, but nothing major - actually added to t...
reviewed January 6, 2006
ReviewTradercom by made2kill Comedy
Cute - may I make a few suggestions? cut the title screens shorter, or use custom screens if possible (i know not everyone has access to that) since it is an "ad." And, if I remember correctly, he w... reviewed January 6, 2006
Restless Dead - The First Bite (episode one) by jameseva Horror
Well, that was epic. A few notes - wasn't the husband/father stated at first as being unemployed? Anyway, flowing story - for some reason it reminded me of old radio dramas. Pretty good voice over ... reviewed January 5, 2006
The Raven (Desert Phoenix) by PhantomRaulStudios Romance
Well, that was ... different. It's hard to comment on something that has yet to be completed; I didn't find the battle scenes all that compelling, but perhaps I'm missing something. I found the ster... reviewed January 5, 2006
Eliot by retrogradesonnet Romance
Given the standard now, the editing was simply not there, especially for a non-voiced piece. Moreover, this isn't a story, but a typical male fantasy about being wanted by several women and moreover,... reviewed January 5, 2006
Subway 3 by Sleeves Romance
This story is incredible. I'm hooked. You need to go to film school, or write books, or something. Great use of external editing to create the illusion of motion. I assume it's some kind of 3-d pr... reviewed January 5, 2006
Subway 2 by Sleeves Romance
Well, if that didn't leave me hanging. Great character development. And again, superb script. Mix that in with some excellent editing and tech work with backdrops (how did you create those images?)... reviewed January 5, 2006
Subway - The Reality Show by Sleeves Sci-Fi
How did I miss out on this? Yeah, yeah, I saw the posts... I even knew what studio it was... and yet... alas. Damn, as KaiPan is the master of illusion and suspense, you are the master of engaging, ... reviewed January 5, 2006
Photo Op by shortcut Comedy
I really enjoyed the style, but where was the plot? Girl gets mad, psycho photographer blows up girl... and that's it? Very nice with the subtle explosion though. What the heck, I'll give you an ex... reviewed January 5, 2006
Mr Sever by KingPenguin Horror
That was a twist? It just looked like his boss's dead body in his bathroom. You see, a twist is related to something we call "plot." reviewed January 5, 2006
The Interview by retardedfish Comedy
I'll never recover that 4 minutes from my life, ever again. Alas. reviewed January 5, 2006
Drowning my sorrows by Nigel_Rowe Horror
not much going on here, is there? reviewed January 5, 2006
New Years Eve by odessey73 Comedy
That's cute and all that you did that for your friend; but recounting a party and telling inside jokes (that didn't even appear funny) is not cinema - why on Earth did you post this to Review Trader? reviewed January 5, 2006
Why Santa Claus dont exist by Alastor3 Action
Would he not get time off for a work program? reviewed January 5, 2006
Athena Project 1 by fulkster Action
I'm not sure what was going on. What was going on? reviewed January 5, 2006
Payne Part One by Pimpinc Horror
I have a really hard time rating the first part of a two-parter, so I'm giving you 3 for decent editing and a good opening. Except for the part that "hallucinogens rarely make you see things." Isn't... reviewed January 5, 2006
Control by niedorf Horror
Very good for a debut film - where those two the same guy? That's my guess, anyway... and why was he only suspicious after he saw the cop in person; wouldn't he have been suspicious just from the pic... reviewed January 5, 2006
If I Had The Stagecoach Set by Ratqueen Comedy
Now that was funny. Here's your 5. You earned it. reviewed January 5, 2006
He is a Man by Specto Action
Well, I'm not sure what to say. Keep at it. reviewed January 5, 2006
The Bunnies by a6h1nav Comedy
Everybody knows that all the scenes look better when clad in chicken and bunny suits. It's a wonder that every movie doesn't employ such an artful perspective. I hope you got this done AFTER you did... reviewed January 5, 2006
Life ( US subtitles ) by moreau Horror
I wish that I, too, would forget that a black man with blonde hair awaits me in that final hour. That will haunt me to the end of my days, as well as the 2 minute heart beat that nearly blew out my sub-woofer. reviewed January 5, 2006
What happend in Holy Night-Directors Cut by N8Wolf Comedy
Captivating, in that electronic German voice kind of way. Had its moments, though. Just where is the butter? You and I, friend, are the only directors with the balls to kill Santa. reviewed January 5, 2006
Santa takes a Holiday remake by TheWolfska Comedy
Um.... yeah. reviewed January 5, 2006
Hit and Run Part one by penfjj Action
was this an old Twilight Zone, verbatim? It was an interesting attempt, but the editing was clipping pretty hard (especially while he was sitting in the very loud engined car that was apparently not ... reviewed January 4, 2006
The Poor Santa Claus by jrv_star Comedy
just returning the favour reviewed January 4, 2006
The Cactus Killings by speilucasberg Comedy
I thought it was great! VOs a little rough, due to the mic, not the voices. Sometimes the best entertainment is from two drunk guys pretending not to be gay. reviewed January 4, 2006
Need you by Alastor3 Comedy
I see you found the vampire wavs, and the skeleton outfit. Good for you! reviewed January 4, 2006
The train by gilga Horror
Well done. But unlike the twilight zone, there was no apparent "reason" for the endless train. Still, a good psychological piece. I'm not one to plug in a review, but given the way you create, you ... reviewed January 4, 2006
Triple Switch by cipheruzmad Romance
Cute idea - but not 5 minutes worth of cute. reviewed January 4, 2006
Underling by Zogg Action
Phenomenal. I didn't think a 20 minute TM movie could be anything but... boring. This one had me the whole time. Witty, intelligent, reflective, with some drama and suspense to boot. Likeable char... reviewed January 4, 2006
Fatal Touch by kaipan Horror
A Master of Detail, without ever losing sight of the "big picture." Kai Pan eats big monkeys for breakfast. Superb story, in keeping with his "morality play" theme a la The Twlight Zone. Beautiful ... reviewed January 3, 2006
Dry Bones by Cranium8768 Action
Would your teacher accept this as literature as film? Very well done, excellent character development (as well as landmark charactitures). Good dialogue, and decent editing that moved the story alon... reviewed January 3, 2006
Tomb of Dracula by Ratonero Horror
Interesting, no doubt. It was all worth it just to hear an electronic voice state, "The power of Christ compels you!" Good editing, telling the story smoothly, and a nice little unexpected ending. ... reviewed January 3, 2006
Inventory by azuresama Sci-Fi
Cute! Are you old enough to know about those games...? reviewed January 3, 2006
Somewhere at Christmas by Fedaredan Romance
Sappy, but sweet. I think this sentiment could have been expressed a bit more concisely, before I started thinking, "somewhere, this movie has an end." Nonetheless, heartfelt. reviewed January 3, 2006
My girlfriend is an alien by T_L_T Comedy
Well, that was different. Brought me back to the days of MTV's Sifl & Olly. Well, done, funny, catchy. You only lose a star due to the fact that your production values could have been better, but I... reviewed January 3, 2006
Second Chance by Coornoth Romance
So poor Amy gets the jobless loser. Of course intuition and hormones rule out over commitment and the real difficulties of staying together. This is a love story? This is normal Hollywood escapism. reviewed January 3, 2006
Dig Your Own Grave Part 5 by antena Action
I watched all 5 of these damn things just to fairly review "#5." Well, I must say you got me interested in this damn briefcase. I must agree with Muzzle_Keeper - the end was disappointing; but I sup... reviewed January 3, 2006
Immortal Divine by Cleric2k5 Action
Usually I give a lot of stars for good editing, which this certainly had, but the story was so untenable that it detracted from the entire film.... So, Cain, after thousands of years of wandering the... reviewed January 3, 2006
Lost Faith by Jetsam Horror
A decent flick, good editing and flow; but what was the point? An Angel told him to go kill a supposed Daemon? Why? And why him? How does his past affect his present, besides incidentally? Who wa... reviewed January 3, 2006
The Eltanin Legacy by sherwinliu Sci-Fi
I'm issuing a 3 star review merely for production value. Decent editing and the story flowed - but I found myself having a hard time caring about the characters, or the story in general. A lot of te... reviewed January 3, 2006
Remnants of Life pt 1 by FreddaH Action
An engaging story. You almost lost a star due to mumbling - I hate mumbling - but the story was intricate enough that I forgave that. Skilled editing and a flowing story. Interested in seeing what ... reviewed January 2, 2006
A Sith Lord In LA by Yngvelli Comedy
you get 5 stars on originality alone. decent editing, funny lines, almost spooky in its humour. Great job. I can see good work coming from you. Loved it. reviewed January 2, 2006
Joke On You by darkstar13601 Comedy
This was good crude humour, but racist jokes just reveal your sad prejudices. I suggest you grow up a bit. Have a good run until this crap is banned. reviewed January 2, 2006
To Be Starcrossed by Masquerade37 Romance
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Elegant editing. An engaging story, well narrated with only subtitles. For 11 minutes, I was there the whole time. I haven't been this touched since E.T. Excellent job. Simple, yet captivating. ...
reviewed January 2, 2006
Your Time (30 Seconds of Bliss) by dubbya Comedy
A perfect piece of creativity? Don't hate the less than inspired VO? Don't hate that it's a hater movie (stealing from the other 30 second films)? Don't hate that it's self-admittedly crap? Or are... reviewed December 30, 2005
In The Dark by castlenaze Horror
Hmmm, I saw that one coming a mile away. Decent little murder scene - but really? The forest? I would think there's a lot scarier places at night than the forest. One's own house for example at 3am. reviewed December 30, 2005
The Chicken by VomitVideo Sci-Fi
I don't know what's worse, lesbian movies or chicken movies in space. What about chicken lesbians? reviewed December 30, 2005
The Imperceptable Man - Pt 1 by brickcity5350 Horror
Good story, great job picking scenes that would fit, particularly the finale. Decent dialogue. reviewed December 30, 2005
Catch a Fallen Star by ralexpdx Romance
Another lesbian movie? and this one 11 minutes long? Sims mumbling, poor editing (the music cuts were ok) - and for what? And why did the Alien with a gun choose to opt for a fist fight? reviewed December 30, 2005
The Shortest Romance Ever Made by guyguy Romance
It's amazing how inspiration can be so disconnected from creativity. reviewed December 30, 2005
The Jihad Before Christmas by herr_lipp Comedy
great idea, but the editing for a comedy has to be sharp - and this wasn't. You get 2 stars for the Jackson stand-in, though. reviewed December 30, 2005
X-mas Generations by Lorgod Romance
So, are we going to have a black Santa in 50 years? Yogurt???s Magic Rating System: Genre fit/blend 5/10 ; ok, but not extraordinary Tech/Editing 5/10 ; no terrible problems, but nothing ey... reviewed December 29, 2005
Space Apes vs The Astro Chickens by TimBurtonFan Sci-Fi
How much fun can one have with apes & chickens for 5 minutes and 41 seconds? Yogurt???s Magic Rating System: Genre fit/blend 7/10 ; somehow, I believed they were space apes/chicks Tech/Editi... reviewed December 29, 2005
Visions of Johanna by Gutts Romance
Grand in scale.. Yogurt???s Magic Rating System: Genre fit/blend 8/10 ; excellent blend of romance & action Tech/Editing 7/10 ; good editing, no stand out tech though Substance/Cliché 6/10 ... reviewed December 29, 2005
Dead Pt 2 by squiggy99 Horror
But why? Yogurt???s Magic Rating System: Genre fit/blend 7/10 ; dream sequence was great, good horror elements Tech/Editing 9/10 ; excellent editing, but it seemed to get more lax Substance... reviewed December 29, 2005
Santa VS Ed -EDITED by betelman Comedy
Entertaining, but fell short of its aspirations. Doing a parody on Ed Wood - that ambition alone wins you a star. Had the scene that cut through the actors been longer I think it would have achieved... reviewed December 29, 2005
Hungry like a Werewolf by pearsonhouse Horror
I can't quite say this was horror... what I liked most were the scenes when he was human, such as in the diner... the subway scene played out like Miami Vice meets The Munsters. Part of the problem i... reviewed December 29, 2005
Silent Noir by HairRaiser71 Comedy
Splendid. This is a definite competitor. reviewed December 27, 2005
Santas Visit by hisstorymn Romance
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Thanks a lot. I'm going through a break up and also having a hard time seeing my eight-year old daughter. So I burst out into tears in the end. That's a first for a TM production.
reviewed December 27, 2005
No means No by JackRabbit Horror
A novel attempt. I liked what you were expressing as the movie went along, but in all honesty I felt that expressly attaching it to the statistics of the crime of rape was a disservice to the rest of... reviewed December 27, 2005
Who Said Crime Doesnt Pay - Episode 1 by mjbcfc Action
had some nice moments. good editing, but the script could have been a bit more ... lively. I needn't know that he was being told to sit down - that's obvious. And why does the boss look Chinese, if... reviewed December 27, 2005
Apollyon by corinthian Horror
This came from the Gorilla man? Simply gorgeous. Excellent tech work, great VO (but turn the volume just a wee bit) and a beautiful recital. Absolutely loved it. And no, I don't give out these kud... reviewed December 23, 2005
The Conscience by patty82 Horror
Genius! This was strange - it has nearly an identical theme to my film, "Dark Snowflake." Yours, however, is better. Masterful use of sound and music, not to mention great editing with sets and sce... reviewed December 23, 2005
The Clause Conspiracy by Austin909 Action
Um, Nixon is dead. He's not even getting coal now. Cute, but fell short. Alas. reviewed December 22, 2005
Never Forget redux by humdogma Action
I'm not sure if this had the impact as intended. I do give you kudos for taking on a sensitive topic and for a fine editing job. The 2 in coats seemed to "adult," and didn't convey that it was kids ... reviewed December 22, 2005
Like the desert needs the rain by Throwaxe Action
Pretty good. You lost a point due to the dialogue not being so ... engaging. The story was thought out, and the twist timed appropriately. Good work. reviewed December 22, 2005
Christmas Moment by Fuzion_Ent Romance
aw, TM is now livejournal.com. Do you also wear your Santa suit when you write in your diary? reviewed December 22, 2005
The Invincible Stalker by TheMadDuck Action
I was hoping the spoiler was something I had missed, not merely the obvious. Odd dialogue - you get a star for that. Kind of off the wall, but repetitious to the extreme without development even wit... reviewed December 22, 2005
Dead Wronged by Ratqueen Horror
Decent technically, but no ambience. What was it, Pet Cematery meets A Werewolf in London? Had a good start, but in the end I felt constipated. reviewed December 22, 2005
Night Of The Dead by darkstar13601 Horror
it was like standing on a cliff waiting to jump, and then having to take a dump, but not being able to go. reviewed December 22, 2005
Merry Tupac-Mas by blizzle Comedy
I guess I better rate this before it gets banned. Wasn't bad, but given it's sociological tone it could have used more... direction? a point? Good VO, cutting was hit and miss, flow was good overall. reviewed December 22, 2005
Last Xmas by chicknstu Horror
The Grinch left you a present. reviewed December 22, 2005
Lupi Maximi by diamondhammer Horror
Looks like you found the Post Production building and the upload button... reviewed December 22, 2005
The Real Doom Uncovered! by Wehmer Comedy
The things I have to watch because of review trader. Let me guess... you were playing "The Movies," having fun, made a movie, and then you accidently uploaded it and accidently put it on review trade... reviewed December 22, 2005
Ninja Suit Dangers by GrandPotato Sci-Fi
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There's something to be said about a ninja suit in a pizza box. The editing was good at times, lacking at others. Cute, a couple of funny parts - it feels rushed, perhaps because you needed to save ...
reviewed December 22, 2005
Barrack in Dreamland II-The Return Pt 1 by jtwilliamson19 Action
Ok, he had a dream about chickens. And had little character to boot. reviewed December 21, 2005
The Art of Surrealism by markusdragon Comedy
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was that a bad dream, or just a satanic ritual? I shouldn't have had that shot of rum before I watched it. You only lose stars, perhaps, do to my own misunderstanding. Strangely captivating though....
reviewed December 20, 2005
Defending Earth - Trailer by mcdeathob Sci-Fi
My question is... "When everyone's dead, who's left to defend?" I think that gamma ray shook the premise of the whole movie. reviewed December 20, 2005
Reggie Mexico Scandal!!! by Rossyb Comedy
The dead grandma joke was played out a long time ago in the same series for a different canidate. Did you think we'd forget that?? Speak up! Annunciate! You're British for Christ's sake! reviewed December 20, 2005
Honest Hutton by Rossyb Comedy
I could hardly hear the VO, and when I turned it up the music was too annoying. The single-mom scene went on way too long. This series is what got me started, and still remains one of the best event... reviewed December 20, 2005
Kris KringleThe untold story by Ziggs Comedy
Now that was a fun little tale. Great VO, except the kid was bit over-volumed. I was hoping for more, but than it ended. Undead elves, perhaps? I think I'm going to have my eight-year old watch th... reviewed December 20, 2005
The Last Dragon (Reprisal) by capemedia Action
Not bad at all. A workable action movie with an admittedly atrocious script, it nonetheless delivers on telling a good ol' fashion kung fu tale. And, yes, all kung fu tales are predictable... so ple... reviewed December 20, 2005
Holy Revenge by Radedge Action
You one star maniacs need to learn to judge a piece for its merits, and certainly not by what you "think" it should be. It's obviously a B-movie, but a very enjoyable one. My only complaint - no o... reviewed December 20, 2005
just a test by Ziggs Action
Great test! Look forward to see the real thing. By the way, since you seem to be interested in Dopplegangers, you should check out my film, Dark Snowflake (no, i usually don't plug in a review, but ... reviewed December 20, 2005
Ninja Death Monkeys! by GODOFTHETEMPLE Action
Um, interesting... I would say my favourite part was dragging the Ninja back to his comrades by horse. Fight scenes in this game are pretty generic and mixed up; you really have to do some clever edi... reviewed December 20, 2005
Full Retaliatory Response by McCain Action
Great concept; the extra touches that make it good - the radio clips, decent use of backdrops, panic in the streets. Some of the dialogue was long-winded, such as all the inventory items he discovere... reviewed December 20, 2005
Solo por hoy by felwys Action
Wow, you really do have talent. It's a shame I have to blacklist you. reviewed December 20, 2005
Ladies Night by felwys Comedy
You know, this little diddy would have been fine in it's own right. You certain have an eye for editing, though your tastes remain mysterious. But since it's unfathomable that you could one-star som... reviewed December 20, 2005
Come On by FoDooG Comedy
Oh come now, people. We all know that this is the best production to hit the site thus far - and we would be hard pressed to match it, much less surpass it. Poor SpencerRohan... penis envy takes on ... reviewed December 20, 2005
A Lonely Man by kaipan Romance
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Kai Pan is "The Movies" most masterful director. "Nothing But Red," was good. There he showed great potential in not just clever, but insightful editing, engaging story telling, and superb scripting...
reviewed December 19, 2005
The Trial of Chico Reyes by Dylen Horror
Being a great fan myself of custom backdrops I commend you on the work there. The story - anything that impactful and clever in such a brief amount of time - I hardly need to say it - just watch it. ... reviewed December 19, 2005
The Dark Key Light by TheMGMKid1 Action
This film made me homesick - I grew up in L.A., about 30 miles south of Malibu. I've even been to Needles. Great job in painting the Hollywood setting. Clever script, and the whole closeted gay m... reviewed December 19, 2005
Last Patrol of 68 by scorch6744 Action
Had there been a reason for that ending it would have had potential. But the ending was incidental, at best. A foreshadowing of the dualism of conflict, that we're all human - something - but it was... reviewed December 18, 2005
Crying Out Of Justice by Floyd_31 Action
If this was a comedy I wouldn't have given it a 4. But it wasn't. reviewed December 18, 2005
Final Words to a Treasured Son by HairRaiser71 Comedy
I didn't get it. reviewed December 18, 2005
Rock of the Marne by Angelo_Santino Action
Excellent editing, particularly on the final battle. A bit long, but necessarily so, for telling such a tale. It could have used a bit more music here and there to keep the pace flowing. Great effo... reviewed December 18, 2005
Last Rites Rite to Die by TheBramble Action
A decent little action flick. I thought the subway fight scene was cut well, but the rooftop finale was a bit anti-climatic. Plot was simple, but hey, it's an action flick, right? reviewed December 18, 2005
War Of The Heart by jackalbane Romance
Man loves woman, man goes to war, man comes home, they have sex. Where's the conflict and resolution? Mystery? Tension? reviewed December 18, 2005
The Last War by Kesti Sci-Fi
I love the philosophical premise - that in the history of the universe, cultures typically evolve culturally before they evolve technologically. It set the justification for invasion and pre-emptive ... reviewed December 18, 2005
The Ins and Outs by Jahoclave Action
I'm reluctant to give it a good rating - but you did a great set up, so here you go. Don't disappoint me. reviewed December 18, 2005
BEEEEEEEEER!! by Buccura Comedy
Snappy, snappy editing. You only lost a star due to a lack of a snappy conclusion, due to how tight the rest of it was - see what happens when you set up expectations? ;-) Wait a minute - no - I'm g... reviewed December 18, 2005
Eat Me by windsor Horror
I didn't get it. Technical aspects ok, but, um - what happened? reviewed December 18, 2005
Blood of the Wild Part 1 by Masquerade37 Horror
a G rated movie about the undead. no music during the piano scene. a very weak main character. and lots of annoying sims mumbling. Still, you get stars for weirdness. reviewed December 18, 2005
Saturday the 14th by FatherJames Horror
Clever, clever, clever - and funny. The very first cell phone call had me laughing straight through. God, I wish I could do comedy. Would love to see more satire from you. Good voice over, and gre... reviewed December 18, 2005
Edgar Allen Poes - The Telltale Heart by justin_in_bangor Horror
I wasn't too impressed by your first films. I downloaded skeptically. Could I critisize - sure, here and there. But why? The spirit of this rendition is as true as the spirit of the original, deli... reviewed December 18, 2005
Carpe Diem by Strondor Horror
I give it five because you captured the atmospheric with excellence. Some logical holes - such as, why would the man introduce him to something so dangerous - but than again, if we are playing with p... reviewed December 18, 2005
Some of the things you should not do! by TimBurtonFan Comedy
Propaganda, and poor at that. You should have included the bad health affects of watching lame film. I watched this while smoking a cigerette and drinking a beer. I haven't killed any kids and I st... reviewed December 18, 2005
One Preachers Life by Xenocyde Romance
What I liked most - the switch of the preacher's role at the end. I was drawn to the preacher character, but I was left wanting for more. Admittedly, my own film has been critisized for lacking plot... reviewed December 17, 2005
Rot (Red) by Stevo78 Romance
Great film. Gave me goosebumps. Excellent editing, though I sympathize with you on the problem of fades in this game. Poetry. I commend you on the English subtitles. You only lost a star for one ... reviewed December 17, 2005
OMG1! My Space!!1! by JumpyMonky Comedy
That was beautiful. You only lost a star due to some editing and, um - spelling? Talk about true to form. You have no idea. So, this review will be a bit atypical... I'm in a really bad relationsh... reviewed December 17, 2005
Stone Jones by humdogma Action
Ok, sniper kills grandma and makes a failed get-a-way. And..? reviewed December 17, 2005
A Holiday Message from the Democrats by Subjunctive Comedy
I could tell you put a lot of work into this. Had some funny moments, and the voice acting was decent. Easy on the mic, though. reviewed December 17, 2005
Call of the Lost Souls pt1 by abaris11 Horror
Multiparts need to have themes or stories within themselves; I felt no build up here to even care who Lavander Girl With the Funny Hat really is. What has been established here? And why ought I care? reviewed December 17, 2005
Jetgirl The Origins by cult_inc Sci-Fi
Like my 8 year old daughter said - "I don't get it." Action scene in the bank, I imagine the crux of the tale, was shot rather clumsily. Some humurous moments, but no build up to ... anything? reviewed December 17, 2005
Do Apes Have Christmas by jammy2232 Comedy
This seemed like a plug for the prop shop items. Kinda cute, but I was wanting more from the title. reviewed December 17, 2005
My Lesbian Lover is a flesh eating zombie by satansmunchkin Horror
I'm not sure why I liked it so much - not much a plot, but fun nonetheless. Decent editing and flowing narrative. Somehow, it's all worth the ending. Right at the beginning of the bar scene I thoug... reviewed December 17, 2005
The keeper by gilga Horror
You left me hanging! This played out like a classic Twilight Zone. Very original, and well thought out. I loved the character. But what happens?? Great build up while at the same time creating an... reviewed December 16, 2005
Blood Chronicles 2 by King_Moonracer Sci-Fi
Effective. Good use of silence in the beginning, and than the quiet (and familair - nice touch) music on the next scene. Engaging dialogue, even more so for subtitles (I'm biased against them). Exc... reviewed December 16, 2005
The Worst Movie Ever by hag1TSOTSO Comedy
Well, it's true to it's title. reviewed December 16, 2005
Hope by renger6002 Romance
What a sad little story. Simple, yet well done - to the point, and heartfelt. Decent editing - good choice of fonts, characters and music. Look forward to seeing more. reviewed December 16, 2005
Suburban Horrors by JMMartin Horror
Originality - 7/10 - good work in cutting scenes, switching up. Plot/story - 6/10 ??? Scooby-Doo meets Norman Bates. Not a bad tale, but terribly orginal Dialogue - 5/10 ??? very Scooby-Doo Editi... reviewed December 16, 2005
Queen Victoria by TomServo3k Action
That was frigging hilarious. You lost a star only because there has been 20 years of Arnold humour. It never gets tiring though, does it? I loved the "you brought a gun to a knife fight" part. G... reviewed December 16, 2005
Frick and Frack Meet Their Maker (good) by Jaruseleh Comedy
I like this pair. Good editing in the conversation, dialogue was funny, but lacked build up to bigger more hilarious events. Still, a nice little stint. I particularly enjoyed the lines, "But I did... reviewed December 16, 2005
Good Idea-Bad Idea Deneument by Deikon Comedy
Well done. My favourite part - the dude ranch followed by the horse in the car. Good editing (banana slip fetish) and followed a nice flow. A well deserved "hot pick." reviewed December 15, 2005
The Author who really wasnt by sparrowtm Horror
the best part - the voice acting. That alone garnishes attention. I liked the story, but it had no real resolution. I grew tired of the skeletons, particularly the one with the attitude. reviewed December 15, 2005
Legend of D by jynx_tigris Action
good cuts in conversation and fighting - could have used music during the fight scenes... and I think we should all drop the sounds given to us by Lionhead. Nice introduction, looking forward to the next one! reviewed December 3, 2005
The Remnant - Part 1 - A SNC Story by cooltrip71 Sci-Fi
It was alright - but given the rave reviews above i was expecting a lot more. Why does he have to get off "this rock?" Why is he dressed like Han Solo? Why isn't he interested in finding out where ... reviewed November 29, 2005
The Most Powerfull Man in The World by chaosandwalls Action
I would stop hiring chipmunks for the voice-overs. reviewed November 29, 2005
Commander Radon and the Astro Pirates by Pengy Sci-Fi
Bravo on the technical achievement! Clever indeed. reviewed November 21, 2005
Mr Patrick Fitzgerald by augie64 Action
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short, but with great impact - hilarious. Greate use of custom material. These things are just getting better.
reviewed November 20, 2005
Gorillas That Ive Mist by corinthian Comedy
Well done. The only reason I gave it 4 and not 5 is I need to leave room as this whole thing just got started. I want to see the sequel with the cheerleader. reviewed November 14, 2005
The Illusionist by Nillock Horror
Fabulous. A real intuition for using the game engine. Clever and engaging. Keep 'em coming. reviewed November 14, 2005