Hey, I just watched all of the films you posted here.
The Ninth Circle and Militant:
I liked these. I thought the acting was spectacular, and the cinematography exceptional. There is no doubt that you are one of the top directors in these forums. I really like your films, but the only thing that has held me back from giving me this a five star rating is the story. I thought that both of these films had such a larger potential story wise. In Militant I didn't like the, "We want to kill!" lines, as I thought they were too direct. Something like the two soldiers anxious for battle are sitting in the mess hall complaining about the basic training they're getting, and them suddenly conspiring to steal ammunition would have been a much more solid start to that. Also, in The Ninth Circle, I thought the man's guide should have seemed to be more honest, and not a devious hunched over guy. Something like the guide appearing to be a good hearted man that's leading someone into the trials of hell until he finds himself in the eighth circle, and delivers the line, "This is my circle" with a nasty 'I've been playing you all along' grin. Just me spit balling here.
This movie was hilarious, period. I was hysterically laughing from the beginning with the "Don't tell me you're drinking again!" "Actually, this is water." lines, and the nonsense backhand slaps. I had to pause the movie I was laughing so hard at the point he said, "There is a steak knife in my wine glass." Great job on this, you gave a sick teenager a good laugh, and may have helped him feel a little better.
I think Cliché had great visuals, as I must disagree with Atom.
You're a very talented person, and you've definitely showed it. Keep producing movies(I don't think I have to tell you that), and brush up on your writing skills, because you've got all the resources you need to make it to the industry, and you've used them extremely well so far.
4.5/5 on The Ninth Circle and Militant
5/5 on Cliché