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AMV Hell

Tips: 0.00 INK Postby Remæus on Wed Nov 22, 2006 12:26 am

From the AMV Hell site:
AMV Hell is a series of wildly popular comedy skit AMVs. The series first began with the release of AMV Hell and AMV Hell 2: Son of AMV Hell in mid-2004, both of which were co-produced by Zarxrax and SSGWNBTD. Late 2005 saw the release of our first full length feature, AMV Hell 3: The Motion Picture (and its dark sister, AMV Hell 0). These projects were the result of months and months of work with a team of more than 70 of the community's brightest and most talented creators.


Links to each (Dialup warning, sorry Zhelir...):

Actually, on second thought - too many to provide. The AMV Hell download page

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