Monday, January 25th, 2010
A couple of issues back Wired had a short piece on the Asylum,
a low-budget studio specializing in shamelessly derivative knockoffs that are not-so-affectionately dubbed "mockbusters." B-movie producers have been cribbing from Hollywood for decades, but none have done so as brazenly or efficiently as the Asylum, which for the past six years has churned out titles like Snakes on a Train, Transmorphers, The Terminators, The Day the Earth Stopped, and, of course, last summer's Transmorphers: Fall of Man.
Now Topless Robot points to the preview for their forthcoming version of Sherlock Holmes, which seems to be everything promised and more! Enjoy.