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'Moby Dick 2010' Features 400ft Whale VS Submarine

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Asylum Studios, a major player in the B-movie direct-to-video industry, has unleashed their take on the classic Moby-Dick by Herman Melville. It features a giant 400ft whale hell-bent on destruction, a cankerous submarine captain packing nuclear weapons and terrible one-liners (“I’d strike THE SUN if it insulted me!”), and a heroine who must stop it all before…eh, nevermind. I’m sure you all just want to see the whale kick some ass.

Check out the trailer after the jump below.

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