Are You Going Back to 100 Million BC?

Monday, June 16th, 2008 @ 8:17 pm | Headline, Releases

100 Million BCOn Sunday, June 22, 2008 at 9pm the Sci Fi Channel is launching its new Sunday Original Movies with The Asylum’s 100 Million BC.

Starring Michael Gross from “Tremors,” Greg Evigan from “DeepStar Six,” and Christopher Atkins from “The Blue Lagoon,” this action thriller features time-travel gone awry when an elite military team sent on a daring rescue mission brings something big… and very hungry… back to modern day Los Angeles.

The three regular visitors to this site know that The Asylum pushed the US DVD release date of this film for the honor of launching Sci Fi’s new weekly movie program.

Be one of the first to see 100 Million BC on Sunday, June 22, 2008.

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    7 Responses to “Are You Going Back to 100 Million BC?”

    1. Rick Says:

      I still hope for the DVD we get the kick-arse art that you guys do (if you guys move to Photoshop floating heads like everyone else, you’re down to two reg visitors) with “In The Tradition of CARNOSAUR and A SOUND OF THUNDER” plastered on the back instead of the crappy stuff Sci-Fi does for their DVDs.

      Will be catching it on Sunday.

    2. Kalebzilla Says:

      On March 11, the inmates at The Asylum will break out another kaiju-themed mockbuster, this time to cash in on the upcoming release of Roland (Godzilla 1998) Emmerich’s 10,000 BC. They’re turning the clock back even further to 100 Million BC for the story of a giant dinosaur brought forward through time to a modern city. It stars Michael Gross, who is well-known to monster fans from the Tremors series.

      http://www.digitalmonsterisland.com/

    3. Rick Says:

      Very simple: “100 Million BC is 100 Million times better than 10,000 BC”

      The best Asylum film in a while, very entertaining and a fun old fashion Sci-fi romp. I was very surprised at the amount of CGI shown in a single take a lot of the time and seeing anamatronics creatures was a bonus as I’m one for more practical than CGI.. However, to be a bit critical, I felt that the editing was a bit too extreme primarily with the water creature attack. All I was able to see was a green blur and splashing water.

      Overall, loads of fun, gonna be getting the DVD when it comes out.

    4. admin Says:

      A review from across the pond:

      http://www.dvdoutsider.co.uk/dvd/reviews/o/100_million_bc.html

      Thanks, Craig!

    5. admin Says:

      Another review from Patrick at Video Views:

      http://www.angelfire.com/pq/moviereviews/page485.html

    6. Guy Says:

      Wow are you serious This movie sucks so much balls! Better than 10,000 BC?? ARE YOU FUCKING RETARDED RICK??? DID YOUR PARENTS DROP YOU ON YOUR HEAD?? YOU OBVIOUSLY HAVENT SEEN ENOUGH MOVIES TO KNOW WHAT GOOD IS. IF YOU SERIOUSLY THINK THIS MOVIE IS GOOD YOU SIR ULTIMATELY FAIL AT LIFE AND SO DO THE REST OF THE PEOPLE WHO THINK THIS MOVIE IS AT THE LEAST TO SAY OK.

    7. Guestar57 Says:

      Guy,YOU should read my review at Guestar webzine,Amazon.com & IMDB :)

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