For all your cult film, tv, cartoon, comic and video game needs

Avengers Grimm (2015)

Directed by Jeremy M. Inman, Avengers Grimm is a “mock buster” from The Asylum film compmany that begins with Snow White (Lauren Parkinson) and Prince Charming’s kingdom is under attack by Rumpelstiltskin’s (Casper Van Dien) Thrall army. In no time at all Rumpelstiltskin storms the castle killing Prince Charming he then confronts Snow White in the throne room as he wants access to the Magic Mirror. This is because it is a portal to a land without magic. Rumpelstiltskin believes that if he can get to that land he will be able to rule it with no challengers. The two battle and both fall through the mirror.

Some time later Cinderella (Milynn Sarley), Sleeping Beauty (Marah Fairclough) and Rapunzel (Rileah Vanderbilt) arrive at the throne room and assess what has happened. They note that the world on the other side of the mirror’s time passes much faster than time in their land.

Soon Red Riding Hood (Elizabeth Peterson) arrives to lend a hand but unfortunately she has been followed by Rumpelstiltskin’s right-hand man, the Wolf (Kimo Leopoldo) who attacks them. He throws Red into the mirror smashing it into pieces, one of which becomes embedded in Red Riding hood’s shoulder.

The shattering of the mirror transports them all to Los Angeles where it is six months in the future. Whilst Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Rapunzel all arrive together, Red Riding Hood and the Wolf are nowhere to be seen! A misunderstanding in a bar leads the trio of princesses being rscued by Snow White who is now a freedom fighter! Snow White informs them of Rumplestiltskin’s evil plans (that they must stop!) and realises they need to find Red Riding Hood as she is there only way of getting home!


Related Posts
Zeiram (1991)

Directed by Keita Amemiya, Zeiram follows two intergalatic bounty hunters named Iria (Yûko Moriyama) and Bob (Masakazu Handa) who accept Read more

White Ghost (1988)

Written by Gary Scott Thompson and directed by BJ Davis, White Ghost (which is military code for a Vet who Read more

Time Walkers (1982)

Directed by Tom Kennedy, Time Walkers (aka Being from Another Planet) follows professor Douglas McCadden (played by Ben Murphy - Read more

The Whoopee Boys (1986)

Directed by John Byrum, The Whoopee Boys follows two down on their luck dim witted New York street peddlers called Read more

The Stuff (1985)

Written and directed by Larry Cohen, The Stuff mixes satire, horror and science fiction to deliver somewhat of a throwback Read more

The Courier of Death (1984)

Directed by Tom Shaw, Courier of Death follows expert deliverman J.D. Blackman (played by Joey Johnson), who alongside his partner Read more

The California Dolls (1981)

Directed by Robert Aldrich, The California Dolls (aka ...All The Marbles) follows wrestling manager Harry Sears (Peter Falk) and his Read more

Stone Cold (1991)

Written by Walter Doniger and directed by Craig R. Baxley, Stone Cold follows suspended Alabama police officer Joe Huff (Brian Read more

Sharknado 4 starts filming!

Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) returns to save the human race once more in Syfy and The Asylum's upcoming soon-to-be  masterpiece Sharknado Read more

Shadowchaser (1992)

Directed by John Eyres, Shadowchaser (known is some regions as Project: Shadowchaser) will look very familiar to you, especially if Read more

Founded Cult Faction in 2014; previously crawled out of the Black Lodge in 1976, only to find himself in the Village.

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: