The Asylum Finally Joins the 21st Century

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007 @ 5:47 pm | Other

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    8 Responses to “The Asylum Finally Joins the 21st Century”

    1. Joel Wear (Tuwin) Says:

      Love the New Site!! I miss the message board but over all this is much better. Keep up the good work!

    2. Newbreed Says:

      The new site looks cool, and I’m looking forward to Alien Vs Hunter.

      How do you go about submitting scripts/loglines to yourselves? You used to have a message box for this purpose on the old site, but it appears to have vanished (or I’m blind?).

    3. admin Says:

      Thanks for the compliments!

      Unfortunately, we’re not accepting submissions at this time, but please keep checking back. We’ll include information on this site for submitting to us when the situation changes.

    4. p vogt Says:

      I’m just curious, what is your source of income? People who confuse your ripoffs with the originals and buy them by mistake? It seems if that were the case you’d be better off just making horrible original movies.

    5. admin Says:

      Mostly corporate welfare and drug sales.

    6. Notedog Says:

      It would be awesome if you guys re-opened the message board. Sure, there are a lot of trolls, but who cares? Maybe one of them might actually learn something. I just saw I am Omega and loved it btw.

    7. kenzo Says:

      you no what would be a great improvment 4 the site……

      if u guys got sued and had to shut down!!!!!!!!!

    8. Diook Says:

      Well, kenzo, what they are doing is perfectly legal. The titles are similar, and so are the plots, but the storylines are not the same, which is legal and allow Asylum to avoid being sued.

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