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.
Animal Planet is teaming with The Asylum for their third annual Monster Week and unleashing a swarm of killer lampreys in their first original B-movie, Blood Lake.
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 burns rubber with their attempt to cash in on the Fast & Furious franchise, the generically named Street Racer.
The Asylum got out of the gate before Cloverfield in 2008 with their own found footage movie, Monster.
The Asylum put together their own Death Race to compete with the Statham version and got the next best thing to Statham, The Insane Clown Posse.
Want a new appreciation for Kingdom of the Crystal Skull? Check out The Asylum’s mind numbingly boring knock off of it, featuring the original (and public domain) adventure hero, Allan Quartermain.
The Asylum puts a modern spin on 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, adding another 10,000 leagues for good measure and pitting Lorenzo Lamas against the madman, Captain Nemo.