Jurassic Park meets Die Hard in The Asylum’s B movie mash-up, Age of Dinosaurs, starring Treat Williams and everyone’s favorite 80’s villain, Ronny Cox.
Mario Van Peebles is the captain of the USS Iowa, which is detoured on it’s final trip to San Pedro, CA when aliens start attacking North Korean and US targets in an attempt to start World War III in the Asylum’s American Warships.
With Prometheus coming out, The Aslyum put out their own alien movie with the found footage Alien Origin, which actually feels more like a low rent Predator knock off.
Our 16th president leads a mission to clear out a strategic Confederate fort of zombies in The Asylum’s answer to Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
The Asylum tried their hand at their first, and I believe last, western with 2010’s 6 Guns, coming out around the same time as Jonah Hex.
Enter the Asylum is back with The Asylum’s take on Expendables, the all female Mercenaries, recruited by Cynthia Rothrock, led by Zoe Bell to take down Bridgette Nielsen.
The Asylum turns the story of Sarah Winchester and her crazy house into a cash-in to try and get in on the trend of horror/exorcism movies, specifically 2009’s The Haunting in Connecticut, with Haunting of Winchester House.
With Princess of Mars, The Asylum first tried to capitalize on the fact that it “inspired James Cameron’s Avatar” and then re-released it when Disney’s version came out in 2012.
Debbie Gibson and Lorenzo Lamas are caught in the middle of an epic battle between a Mega Shark and a Giant Octopus in The Asylum’s first giant creature “Versus” movie.
The Asylum went back to the public domain pool for a movie that could capitalize on 2009’s Land of the Lost and came up with Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “The Land That Time Forgot”.