The 7 Adventures of Sinbad Reviews
The story isn't great and quite rushed but there is a multitude of creatures and fight sequences going on here and unlike most Asylum films, it doesn't take place in Los Angeles so I'll give it a little leeway in the story department. The 7 Adventures of Sinbad is a terrible film... but it's an entertaining outing from The Asylum so those who enjoy these bad low budget flicks will likely really enjoy this one.
It's not bad in a good way - like the SyFy channel stuff. It's not bad in a good way like an Ed Wood film. It's just truly gobsmackingly awful
Silly, stupid, and no fun to watch.
"I'll take the company's experimental sub down there..." "But you don't know how to operate any kind of sub, let alone the most high tech one ever." "We don't have time to worry about that." "And the tanker has already settled into this deep trench in the Indian Ocean. The sub will implode if you take it to that depth." "We'll just have to risk it." "What are you going to do if you get down there? How can you reinforce the bulkhead to keep it from bursting?" "I will do something bold, which I'll figure out when I get down there."
Okay, these are not exact quotes. Overall the movie is barely worth one star, but gets an extra half a star for the demonic creature that's kind of ripped-off from Peter Jackson's blazing balrog.