Troy the Odyssey

Synopsis: Based on the Epic Greek Poem as sung by Homer.
Director(s): Tekin Girgin
Production: The Asylum
90 min

And then may all these

Greeks sink and drown.

No, Circe.

We will leave the

Greeks to their shame.

Order your man to drag

this trophy into my city

so we may celebrate

our victory around it.

Do as the king instructs!

[wheels rolling]

[roaring sound]

- The Kraken!

- Do you hear that?

It's only a legend.

They say the monster

would never harm any Trojan,

but mercilessly

will hunt every Greek.

Silence your tongue or

I'll take it from your mouth.

If we succeed, Aesus,

we may return home.

We approach a gate!

I have never seen such

gold and jewels.

And soon, it will be ours.

Beware your greed.

Your wandering eye

could get us killed.

Focus on your sword,

the gods, and nothing more.

The hell with the gods!

[crowd cheering]

Hail Priam, King of Troy.

See the gift from

the villainous Greeks.

The gods honor you,

great King.

Great Apollo, God of the Sun,

take this offering

and bring us fortune.

Long live Priam, bearer

of the sword of Troy!

To Troy!

- To Troy!

- To Troy!

- To Troy! To Troy!

- [cheering]

[crowd cheering]

The Trojans feast as if

they won the Olympics.

When shall we spring our trap?

We must wait until

their merriment

takes them into deep slumber.

You should have more respect

for an opponent

who has bested our men

for so many years.

That's why I take pleasure

with their demise.


Aesus, you are young.

We kill because

it is our duty.

You should not take

pleasure from it.

[throats slit]

[stabbing sound]

Come on.

[crowd roars in distance]

You have done me

a great deed,


King of Ithaca.

I've done what you asked.

Let us finish off the Trojans

so I may return home.

Let us take our glory.

[battle cries]

Stop him! Charge!

[swords clash and clank]

Father, the gate is open!

- The Greeks!

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Eric Forsberg

Eric Forsberg (born December 16, 1959) is the writer and director of the feature film Mega Piranha, as well as the writer of the feature film Snakes on a Train, one of the first mockbusters produced and released by The Asylum. He also wrote the screenplays for 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea and War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave, also for The Asylum. He directed the film Alien Abduction which aired on Sci Fi Channel, as well as Night of the Dead which aired on Chiller TV. Other writer and director credits include the political thriller Torture Room, and the stoner comedy Sex Pot, as well as Monster, Almighty Thor, Arachnoquake, and Age of the Hobbits. He also worked as a Co-Producer and assistant director on numerous films for Christopher Coppola and Alain Silver, including White Nights, Bel Air, and Palmer's Pickup. In his early years Forsberg was an improvisational comedy instructor at The Players Workshop and The Second City Training Center in Chicago. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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