When giant monsters crawl out of the Atlantic Ocean and attack the Eastern Seaboard the US Government is forced to trust a trio of mischievous soldiers, specialized in piloting gigantic robots, to defend America.


Jared Cohn


Richard Lima (screenplay), Thunder Levin (screenplay) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Graham Greene ... General Hadley
Anthony 'Treach' Criss ... Lieutenant Jim Rushing (as Treach)
David Chokachi ... Red
Jackie Moore ... Tracey
Nicole Alexandra Shipley ... Stone
Larry Gamell Jr. Larry Gamell Jr. ... Smith (as Lawrence Gamell Jr.)
Steven Marlow Steven Marlow ... Sheldon
Jinhi Evans Jinhi Evans ... Quinn
Sara Bond Sara Bond ... Jennifer
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster ... Ensign
William Shannon Williams ... Dagger (as Shannon Williams)
Marquez Linder Marquez Linder ... MP (as Marquez Kinder)
Conner Bryan Conner Bryan ... Joey
Nicole Dickson ... Margaret
Demetrius Stear ... Lieutenant Wexler


When giant monsters crawl out of the Atlantic Ocean and attack the Eastern Seaboard the US Government is forced to trust a trio of mischievous soldiers, specialized in piloting gigantic robots, to defend America.

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The film was originally planned to be shot at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida. The base denied permission to film there after a high-ranking official read the script and disagreed with the portrayal of the soldiers. Production moved to a private helicopter airport that played at least seven locations. The last-minute relocation and weather led to at least nine script rewrites. See more »


When the Marines fire their assault rifles at the monster, they are clearly out of range. See more »

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Well... I watched it.
22 September 2013 | by rushknightSee all my reviews

How can I explain this film? It goes so far beyond words. I simply cannot use words to describe it. Words are simply not suitable, they are not powerful enough to explain the range of emotions one feels when watching this... artwork.

While watching this film, I experienced uncontrollable laughter. It was wonderful at first, but then it tapered off and left me with a general nausea induced by a profound feeling of pity. I felt so sorry for the actors. The shame of being in this movie must surely weigh heavily upon them.

Enough hyperbole. Let's get to the heart of it.

The movie's production value was actually reasonable. But almost every minute of it was an assault on my brain. The acting was atrocious, the CGI was not horrible, but was far from convincing. Think Power Rangers. The soundtrack was utterly miserable, a straight run of "epic-ish-action-ish-wow-you" muzak that never seemed to fit the scenes, but instead served as the only consistent tie between them.

The flow of the plot, the aspect of a movie that ties each scene together into a cohesive storyline, was just deplorable. The director leaps from scene to scene, the actors doing things that make no sense at all, only to end up at the bar drinking as much as possible (apparently this is what the writers feel good soldiers should do). I suppose it's reasonably difficult to outline a respectable plot when the story itself is so full of haphazard clichés. The soldiers don't act like soldiers, the monsters don't act like monsters, the civilians act like cannon fodder (of course. And they do such a good job of it). I can't say the movie was completely predictable because NOTHING MAKES ANY SENSE.

I felt like a 5 year old boy was leaping on his bed swinging around his Jedi light-saber telling me, "And then the robots had weapons! And then the monster threw a submarine! And then they drank too much!" And all when while I just want him to calm down and go to bed so that I can think straight and make sense of the world again.

I feel my score is accurate, but despite that, this is a must watch. It will teach you so much about good movie making, using the time honored "See what they did? DON'T EVER DO THAT" method of teaching.

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Release Date:

9 July 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Attack from Beneath See more »

Filming Locations:

Pensacola, Florida, USA See more »


Box Office


$500,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

The Asylum, Tiki Terrors See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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