The Suicide Squad stars in their second DC Animated movie as Amanda Waller sends Task Force X on an off the grid mission to recover an artifact of unimaginable power before Vandal Savage does and uses it to conquer the world.
Inspired by Troma and Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Attack of the Killer Donuts finds a small town under siege by the titular pastries when a formula to reanimate the dead accidentally falls into the fryer of the local donut shop.
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”.
C. Thomas Howell stars and directs in The Asylum’s follow up to their take on War of the Worlds with War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave.
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.
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)
The new Red Dawn finally came out over the holiday weekend after three years on the shelf after the MGM bankruptcy. Is it worth watching or should it have been left on the shelf?
All respect to Chris Hemsworth but the true leader of the Wolverines will always be Patrick Swayze’s Jed Eckert from the original Red Dawn.
Noah Wyle leads a group of survivors after a devastating alien attack on TNT’s upcoming show Falling Skies.