Adam, a young painter, struggling to find inspiration, helps his neighbor out by driving him to a remote cabin, which ends up being a drug deal gone wrong. They discover that Hector’s friends have been killed and stumble on a mysterious and beautiful woman, who follows Adam to his apartment, where she becomes his inspiration. Continue reading →
Oh what wonderful silliness! It is exactly what I expected from The Asylum, and starring Caspar Van Dien. Queen Snow White and princesses, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and Rapunzel, along with Red Riding Hood, are the Avengers, who must fight Rumpelstiltskin and the Big Bad Wolf, after they’ve been transported to the modern world, in this “suspend your disbelief and just go with it” flick. It’s not overly memorable, but has some decent make up, gore effects, and in general isn’t too bad for an Asylum movie. If you decide to check this out, Lou Ferrigno, as Iron John, is the best part.
A twist on the classic fairy tale. The evil queen murders Snow White’s father, the king, and imprisons Snow. Years later, the evil queen discovers that Snow White will either destroy her or give her immortality. When Snow escapes her prison, the evil queen sends a Huntsman after her, however the Huntsman decides to protect her. Continue reading →