Dragons aren't real, right? Much like Sasquatch and the Loch Ness Monster, they're mythical creatures of fiction, fantasy characters that can only be seen in movies and read about in stories... right?
Thanks in no small part to "Game of Thrones," movies about dragons are really starting to gain some momentum, which means that yes, The Asylum will release ten of them within the next three months even though not a single one has been announced or is in production.
We haven't given much coverage here at Dread Central to HBO's stellar "Game of Thrones" series, an adaptation of author George R. R. Martin's best-selling A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novels, but with the news coming today that genre director Neil Marshall has signed on to direct an episode from the series' second season, we just couldn't resist mentioning it. Plus, we hear there are more supernatural shenanigans planned for Season 2 so you'll want to read on for those details.
I first stumbled upon this trailer for Age of the Dragons on YouTube over a week ago but failed to write anything up about it because I noticed it was uploaded over two months ago and assumed we had already reported on it. That should give you an idea of just how under the radar this Moby Dick with dragons flick starring Danny Glover has been.
He's killed a Predator, been murdered by Jigsaw, and spent considerable time being too old for this shit with Mel Gibson; now Danny Glover is taking on the Captain Ahab role and hunting a great white dragon in Dragon Fire, a fantasy reworking of the classic tale of Moby Dick.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Nick Chinlund, Erin Karpluk, Barry Corbin, Elaine Miles, Don S. Davis Directed by Steven R. Monroe