Can't get enough Norse god action this weekend? Marvel's Thor finally hits the big screen, and over on Syfy they'll premiere the new Asylum mockbuster Almighty Thor. One has Anthony Hopkins as the Norse god Odin; the other has pro wrestler Kevin Nash in the role. But which will you enjoy more after getting hammered?
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Kurt Angle, Bill Hinzman, Kevin Nash, "Psycho" Sid Vicious, Alan Rowe Kelly, Bill Laing, Ray "Glacier" Lloyd Written and directed by Bruce Koehler
What do you get when you take three gigantic aging grapplers and couple them with Zombie #1 Bill Hinzman? You get a movie that appears to be so rife with absurdity that we simply cannot wait to watch it! Steady yourself, dear reader, as we present all the DVD details for River of Darkness! From the Press Release
Last week I brought you word of The Asylum's marvelous mockbuster Almighty Thor that you may or may not have missed as it was on a day when there was a mad crush of movie news. Now The Asylum has posted the first pics from the set, and it's quite apparent we are in for something truly special one way or another.
Marvel's Thor may have Academy Award winner Anthony Hopkins as Odin, but could Hopkins powerbomb a guy through a table like pro wrestler "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash, who will be playing the ruler of Asgard in The Asylum's mockbuster Almighty Thor? Advantage: The Asylum.
Okay, so Kurt Angle's last movie End Game (review here) didn't exactly score itself a clean pinfall victory with fans, but the man is at it again in River of Darkness, this time with Kevin Nash, Psycho Sid Vicious, and original Night of the Living Dead zombie Bill Hinzman in tow. Ready for some sales art and a trailer, or should we simply throw a packet of salt in your eyes?
Earlier this month I brought you first word about River of Darkness, a new supernatural thriller starring pro wrestler Kurt Angle as a small town sheriff battling a trio of brothers lynched long ago who are back from the grave looking to settle old scores. The brothers are portrayed by pro wrestlers Kevin Nash, Psycho Sid Vicious, and Bill Laing, the Mothman of The Mothman Prophecies.
Despite his last feature End Game (review here) receiving a critical powerslamming from yours truly, indie filmmaker Bruce Koehler of North Shore Pictures sent word to let me know he actually loved my less-than-stellar review of his serial killer thriller.