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Trailer, Artwork, and First Details on Mark Atkins' Knight of the Dead

24 April 2013 1:38 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Personally, I'm a big fan of tales regarding the Knights of the Round Table and their ilk, which is why when word landed in my inbox about a new film entitled Knight of the Dead, of course I had to do a little digging and share the spoils with our readers.

Knight of the Dead is directed by Mark Atkins and co-written by Atkins and Jeffrey Giles. It stars Dylan Jones, Lee Bennett, Jason Beeston, and Vivien Vilela.

Below you'll find some early artwork, a trailer, and the film's synopsis. Look for more soon.

Synopsis:

Hunted by assassins, a band of crusading knights escort the Holy Grail through a forbidden valley of black death. What they discover is far more terrifying than the plague. Overrun by hordes of flesh-eating zombies, their only chance for survival is to hack and slash their way to freedom.

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Trailer: Asylum's Jack the Giant Slayer Rip-Off Looks Terrible

10 February 2013 5:53 PM, PST | WorstPreviews.com | See recent Worst Previews news »

The Asylum is the studio behind such cheap rip-offs as "Transmorphers" and "Snakes on a Train." It's now back with "Jack the Giant Killer," which is a rip-off of Bryan Singer's upcoming "Jack the Giant Slayer." And today we have a trailer for the new movie, showing that it also borrows from Guillermo Del Toro's "Pacific Rim." Check it out below. Plot: A giant beanstalk brings Jack to a land in the clouds filled with snarling, evil beasts. When the creatures make their way to Earth, Jack must figure out how to get back down before they destroy his hometown and everyone in it. "Jack the Giant Killer" is directed by Mark Atkins (Sand Sharks), and stars Jane March (Color of Night) and Ben Cross (Chariots of Fire). It's set to be released on VOD and DVD/Blu-ray on March 12th, just eleven days after Singer's "Jack the Giant Slayer" hits theaters. »

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Would You Trade Some Magic Beans for Artwork and a Trailer for The Asylum’s Jack the Giant Killer?

10 February 2013 12:02 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The Asylum’s Jack the Giant Killer likely won’t prompt legal action from Bryan Singer’s similarly titled blockbuster since it appears to be set in the early 20th century, the giants are dinosaur-like monsters, and I’m unaware of any version of “Jack & the Beanstalk” that includes a giant robot.

Jane March (Color of Night), Ben Cross (Chariots of Fire), and newcomer Jamie Atkins star in writer-director Mark Atkins’ (Sand Sharks) Jack the Giant Killer, coming to VOD/DVD/Blu-ray on March 12th. That’s 11 days after Jack the Giant Slayer beanstalks theaters worldwide.

So how is The Asylum version of this classic fairy tale different?

A giant beanstalk brings Jack to a land in the clouds filled with snarling, evil beasts. When the creatures make their way to Earth, Jack must figure out how to get back down before they destroy his hometown and everyone in it. »

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