Exclusive Pics From Transmorphers: Fall Of Man

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Paul Bales / Avery Guerra

I know most of you out there just can't wait to see "Transformers 2", but I really don't have any interest in seeing the movie. I thought the first one was awful, and from what I'm reading online, the sequel sounds like more of the same Micheal Bay crap.

I know, I'm in the minority here.

Well, if you are part of the small group that I belong to, or you just really love giant robot flicks, there is an alternative to the main-stream "Transformers" CGI cluster f**k out there. The Asylum is releasing their own giant transforming robot film, called "Transmorphers: Fall of Man".

I know what your thinking, "Transmorphers?, oh please". True, the name does make you think that this is just a cheap rip-off film, and the fact that it features transforming robots just about seals the deal, but the plot is very different from "Transformers."

Yes, "Transformers" has a plot, something I hear "Transformers 2" is in short supply of.

The film follows the story of a group of freedom fighters who try to stop the invasion of Earth by a bunch of alien robots.

The film will be released on DVD on June 30th and it can be ordered through Amazon.com (See Below)

Paul Bales from The Asylum was kind enough to send us over a couple of photos from "Transmorphers: Fall of Man":


  1. Ok, first of all, saw the original "Transmorphers" and if you want to talk about a giant cgi robot cluster fuck, then this is that movie. I dont know why everybody is dissin' on transformers, it kept pretty true to the series but evrybody may have a certain thing about a movie that keeps them from seeing it(I.E. the actors, director or the movie itself). But seriously, if you're complaining that transformers had lame graphics or too much explosions or whatnot, dont say transmorphers is better because it A) has no plot. The only hint of there being a hint of a plot is in the first 15 seconds. The rest is absolute shit. B) the acting is worse than a homemade horror movie with a $20 budget (same goes with effects). There were no notable actors or even any decent actors in this crapfest. All of the actors acted and sounded as if they were reading cue cards DURING the movie! I had more fun listening to my algebra teacher talk about hraphing fractions. C) As i said in the previous statement, the cgi, and graphics seemed to be in a twenty dollar budget. D) YOU CANT EVEN FIND A DECENT REVIEW FOR IT ANYWHERE ONLINE! While the review for Transformers and its sequel aren't the greatest, it sure as hell beats transmorphers.

  2. Hey Ken,

    I would gladly see "Transmorphers: Fall Of Man" before seeing "Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen" again.

    Now, I really like the first "Transformers". The Autobots and Decepticons are well realized (if different in appearance), the story is enjoyable, and the humor (mostly) punctuates all the right moments. And, of course, hearing Peter Cullen reprise his role as Optimus Prime is the proverbial icing on the cake.

    "Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen" takes all of that and, aside from two or three impressive sequences featuring Optimus, completely ruins it.

    In a word, it's terrible! I remember leaving the midnight premiere I'd gone to with a friend thinking "How do you screw up the Transformers?"

    For the sake of other readers who haven't seen the film yet or enjoyed it (Yes, you in the back, I'm looking at you.) I'll avoid posting potential spoilers by going into details.

    But I will say that a much more appropriate title would've been "Revenge Of The Fanbase" because that's what I believe most fans of the first film or of the franchise in general will want after seeing it!


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