The Asylum’s Jack the Giant Killer likely won’t prompt legal action from Bryan Singer’s similarly titled blockbuster since it appears to be set in the early 20th century, the giants are dinosaur-like monsters, and I’m unaware of any version of “Jack & the Beanstalk” that includes a giant robot.
Treat Williams barely survived carnivorous sea monsters in Deep Rising, and Ronny Cox famously fell victim to Robocop. Together they will now face a prehistoric threat reborn when bioengineered dinos threaten to transform Los Angeles into a new Age of Dinosaurs.
Curiously enough, even before the recent court ruling suspending the release of The Asylum's latest mockbuster, Age of the Hobbits, Redbox’s website has a listing for the film, slating it for Redbox rental on December 31st.
For a long time The Asylum has made its way (for better or worse) into the hearts of movie lovers and haters everywhere by releasing mockbuster after mockbuster after... well... mockbuster. However, Warner Brothers and New Line have just had their latest attempt for second breakfast.
Starring Christopher Judge, Bai Ling, Sum Korng, Srogn, Khom Lyly Directed by Joseph Lawson
The tagline on the artwork The Asylum is using to promote its newest movie at the American Film Market simply states, “Enough Said!” When your movie is a disaster flick meets nature gone amok flick called Sharknado, what more needs to be said?
See Five New Asylum Trailers Featuring Zombies, Cannibals, Satanic Babies, Biblical Disasters, and Hobbits
Danny Trejo battles zombies! Bai Ling saves Hobbits! Monica Keena builds an ark! Dee Wallace eats Hansel & Gretel. The antichrist is born... again! It can only mean The Asylum has new trailers for its next five releases!
Tomorrow is the big day, kids! That's right, on October 5th The Asylum's first theatrical release #HoldYourBreath makes it into theatres and we have got an exclusive clip for you right here. Check it out and look for a review of the film starring ERIN MARIE HOGAN soon!
We’re used to seeing Dee Wallace as the heroine being terrorized in a myriad of horror films. A new take on the classic fairy tale Hansel & Gretel will let her do the terrorizing for a change, and she may have worse things is store for the brother and sister besides cannibalism.
While they've already been killing one of our reviewers, The Foywonder, for years now, we have to admit The Asylum has grown in leaps and bounds in terms of the quality of their flicks. With the October 5th theatrical release of #HoldYourBreath looming they're now turning their attention to you!
You Won't Need to #HoldYourBreath Any Longer to See the Trailer for The Asylum's First Theatrical Release
With its October 5th theatrical date just a few weeks away, The Asylum has finally exhaled the trailer for #HoldYourBreath, its first foray into big screen moviemaking, starring Katrina Bowden of Tucker & Dale vs. Evil...
The Asylum has yet to officially release any materials for their its first ever theatrical release, the supernatural horror slasher entitled #HoldYourBreath, but a photo of the artwork just appeared out of thin air on Facebook.
San Diego's Save Our Heritage Organisation Pursuing Action Against The Asylum for The Haunting of Whaley House
As someone who lives in San Diego, I've been curious about the reaction of the real Whaley House toward The Asylum's recently released The Haunting of Whaley House, and let's just say it's not good.