With the second Pirates movie coming out, The Asylum tried their usual confusion tactics by releasing Pirates of Treasure Island, with Lance Henriksen taking on the iconic role of Long John Silver. It’s about as awful as you think it is.
For the latest Everything Action Commentary, Zach, Chris and Joe try to survive The Asylum’s Halloween Night where ill conceived pranks, costumes that consist of real deadly weapons and a steam burned killer all run rampant.
When The Omen remake came out in 2006, The Asylum was there with their take on the “demonic kid” genre with 666: The Child and the titular child, Donald, leaves a trail of hilariously over the top deaths in his wake.
The Asylum tries their hand at action/adventure as they present The Da Vinci Treasure, which is a slower, lamer, less action packed version of The Da Vinci Code or, possibly more accurately, National Treasure.
Thanks to a Mayan curse, Alma and her medicine man boyfriend Brujo must make a desperate trek to Los Angeles so that Brujo’s uncle can lift the curse and stop Alma’s body from destroying itself with snakes. If that sounds way too convoluted for a Snakes on Plane rip-off, you are right.
Emphasis on the “Lost” part of the title, Bruce Boxleitner and a group of plane crash survivors must find a way to escape a mysterious land inhabited by giant spiders, Abercrombie & Fitch tribesmen and a strung out King Kong knock off in King of the Lost World.
Our new bi-weekly journey into the world of The Asylum kicks off with their attempt to capitalize on Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds, 2005’s HG Wells’ War of the Worlds (it has the author in the title, so you know it’s classy)