Geoff Meed

The Asylum's #HoldYourBreath Slated For Theatrical Release

I absolutely love this story! We've told you about The Asylum's #HoldYourBreath (formerly Don't Hold Your Breath) in the past, and now it seems like the fine purveyors of mockbuster cinema have gone and done it: They're taking the multiplexes by storm!

The Asylum Has a Change of Heart! They Now Want You to Hold Your Breath!

A couple of days ago we broke the news that The Asylum was readying its first theatrical feature. Well, it's still happening; only now it has a bit of a different title. That's right, kids! Don't Hold Your Breath has become Hold Your Breath.

Exclusive: Katrina Bowden Enters The Asylum for Their First Theatrical Feature Don't Hold Your Breath

If someone were to ask you if The Asylum was ever going to make a theatrically released film, you’d probably respond, “Don’t hold your breath!” Turns out Don’t Hold Your Breath will be the title of their first ever big screen bound slasher flick starring “30 Rock” beauty Katrina Bowden.

The Amityville Haunting Trailer Escapes from The Asylum

The Asylum has come a long way over the years. Its movies have gone from mind-numbingly horrible to watchable to fun. Which camp will The Amityville Haunting most likely fall into? It's kind of hard to predict. Watch the trailer and judge for yourself.

Generic Artwork for The Asylum's Amityville Haunting

The Asylum is back with an entry into the Amityville series, Amityville Haunting, and a warning that the footage contained within the film is REAL. Too bad the house on this latest piece of artwork isn't. Ironic, no? Maybe it's real footage from another house? Oh, we give up.

Luke Barnett To Experience the Amityville Haunting

Hey, look! Amityville news! We haven't had much of that lately! This latest bit is for the Geoff Meed directed cinéma vérité style flick, Amityville Haunting. The first casting news is in. Read on for details.

Another Amityville Movie? Really?

Okay, kids! For those of you keeping track, here's the tally thus far: We reported earlier that there are currently three Amityville projects under way. We know for certain that at least one of them is getting made. The other two? Not so much. How about a fourth?