From the Set: SINBAD

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 @ 10:55 am | Headline, News, Releases

The first images from the set of THE 7 ADVENTURES OF SINBAD are now available here.

In this modern adaptation of the Arabian Nights tale, Patrick Muldoon (Starship Troopers) stars as Sinbad, a wealthy shipping magnate, who must complete a series of quests in order to save the Earth from otherworldly destruction.

Sinbad faces bloodthirsty rocs, giant man-eating cyclops, clothing-challenged sirens (pictured left), and Bo Svenson (Inglourious Basterds).

THE 7 ADVENTURES OF SINBAD will be released on May 25, 2010.

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    14 Responses to “From the Set: SINBAD”

    1. Jesse Parks Says:

      I’m really really really really sorry to say this but your guys’ movies suck so bad. Who taught you guys to write and direct movies, Uwe Boll?? His movies were the shittiest shit ever but I was able to finish his movies. I couldnt even get past 20 minutes of your Transmorphers crap. I know you guys enjoy your job and make lots of money but please do a favor to the future generations. Stop making movies. Please.

    2. Osvaldo Neto Says:

      I’m really really really really sorry to say this but i’m so tired of comments like this.

    3. Bobby Says:

      I am very interested to see how this plays out as a modern-age tale. Hopefully, it’ll work.

      Also, I just saw Merlin And The War Of The Dragons, and would like to urge you to cast Carys Eleri in something ASAP! I found her to be gorgeous and an excellent actress!

    4. Scott M Davis Says:

      As I have reviewed a couple of Asylum movies now, and seen quite a few, Asylum doesn’t make the worst movies ever. I firmly believe every movie can be enjoyed on some level.

      Asylum releases movies by people who just want to make movies. If the finish product happens to be not that great, that sucks for the movies makers but they tried their best.

      Both their current releases, Sherlock Holmes and Meteor Apocalypse, had their flaws. Some bad acting, continuity errors, and moments of flawed directing but these also plague big budgeted Hollywood films as well.

      Avatar, the biggest grossing movie of all time, IMO, was one the worst movies I have ever seen. Horrible dialog, mediocre directing, and acting that makes a elementary play look like gold.

      I look forward to future releases from Asylum.

    5. guestar57 Says:

      Im glad for The Asylum existing :)

    6. Scotch Says:

      Y’know, those of us who love The Asylum are a noble breed, ain’t we? It’s so easy for these ‘critics’ to knock something as opposed to actually creating something! I anxiously await each month to see what Latt/Rimawi/Bales have cooked up for us. By the way, PRINCESS OF MARS was a lot of fun and I really enjoyed it! Can’t wait to see the forthcoming giant piranha flick and this SINBAD looks like it’ll be cool. Keep it up, dudes!

    7. Scott M Davis Says:

      I have Princess of Mars and I still need to watch it.

    8. Dante Says:

      Come on Guys!! Do you really earn money with this stuff??

      I´ve just seen 100 000 000 BC and I´m sure that you could do it better…

      Greetings (?)

    9. Cannibal Says:

      I hope the black chick from the pic loses her leaves in the movie :) We need more boobs from Asylum movies.

    10. indrid-cold Says:

      im a fan of asylum but not this time this looks like the worst sinbad ever

    11. David James Says:

      I saw the film , Merlin and the war of the dragons a few weeks ago…. Wow!!…. cool story!!!… well done you guys!!!… Is there going to be a sequel?? It looked that way in the film!! ??

      The actor who played Uther, Dylan Jones I think…. we need to see more of him!!

      Bring it on and keep up the good work!


    12. LARRY BOYLE Says:

      I wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your movies. I was crippled up from a on the job injury ten years ago and I’m stuck at home the last three years. So, when you release a new movie that I can enjoy on SyFy Channel, I have that channel on right on time. I’d buy some of your films and posters but I’m fighting for my disability checks now. I don’t mean to lay my problems on you, I just wanted to let you know how much enjoyment your films mean to me. Please keep making movies, don’t listen to those naysayers. Good Luck on future films. I look forward to them.

    13. Paul Says:

      A nice review:

    14. Bryan Says:

      I was excited to receive this movie from Netflix but was disappointed that the disc would not play in the bluray, or my dvd player. This is the 2nd Asylum film I have experienced this with (the other being “Land that Time forgot”) Don’t know if I have isolated problems, but I am going to have to hold off on any more Asylum features due to this issue.

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