I rather enjoy how a zombie fleeing from certain death... uh, re-death... inspires Ving Rhames to declare the zombies are getting smarter in this clip from this Saturday’s Syfy premiere of Zombie Apocalyse, and then seconds later we see a zombie spastically windmilling its arms as it charges forth.
Darren Lynn Bousman’s 11-11-11 isn’t the only film cashing in on a numerically gimmicky date next month. The Asylum has its own 11/11/11 movie hitting DVD shelves on November 1st, and the trailer has just premiered in all its devil child glory.
Oh, if only The Asylum actually was producing a movie called Snow White and the 2-Headed Shark. I would watch that in a heartbeat. But they do have a new dark fantasy retelling of Snow White in the works, and we have new artwork for 2-Headed Shark Attack.
How's this for a fast turnaround? The Asylum’s Zombie Apocalypse was announced in March, first word of the production came in August, the trailer premiered earlier this month, and now Syfy schedules its premiere Halloween weekend. Talk about a rushed production. They'll sleep when they're dead, I guess.
We're just a few days away from September 30th start of the Big Bear Horro-Fi Film Festival, and a few announcements have come out over the past few days with regard to additions to the lineup along with news of a world premiere taking place at the event.
Ving Rhames, man. He's turning into this generation's Ken Foree in terms of being on tap to kill zombies (though Foree will always be more badass). In any event, the trailer for The Asylum's Zombie Apocalypse is here, and we have every dreaded pixel of it awaiting your consumption.
As I still recover from the profound disappointment that was Creature, at least I can count on The Asylum to bring a smile to my face as I feast my eyes on all the giddy rubber shark goodness in these first production stills from 2 Headed Shark Attack.
Carmen Electra has survived being married to Dennis Rodman. Brooke Hogan has survived being Hulk Hogan’s daughter. Charlie O’Connell has survived being “The Bachelor”. But can they survive The Asylum’s 2 Headed Shark Attack?
I recall Ving Rhames saying in an interview around the time of the Dawn of the Dead remake’s release that he wasn’t a fan of horror movies. He must have since discovered an affinity for zombie flicks because Zombie Apocalypse marks his third go-round with the living dead.
As soon as I write a story about a few new Asylum movies, they have to go and update their website with the first production stills from their upcoming horror movie 11/11/11, not to be confused with Darren Lynn Bousman’s 11-11-11, though I suspect that might be part of the master plan.
The Asylum has actually been on a roll lately with the wonderfully ludicrous 2012: Ice Age and the surprisingly decent Born Bad. Will the streak continue with a 3D ghost flick, more monster sharks, and a mockbuster with the exact same title as its theatrical counterpart?
Earlier today Creepy revealed three new reality series that Syfy has planned, and now we have a look at nine films that will be heading our way as part of the network's Saturday Original Movies. Somewhere The Foywonder is sobbing uncontrollably but has no idea why.
While The Asylum's priorites in recent years have focused on mockbusters and outlandish "mega" movies, raunchy sex comedies, and even some Christian baiting flicks to boot, one should not forget that in the beginning they actually churned out original horror. Could Born Bad be a return to their early days?