Forget Guy Richie's take on 'Sherlock Holmes', to Hell with Steve Moffat's forthcoming BBC three-part series. This is the Sherlock Holmes I want, nay, need to see as soon as I can get my grubby little mitts on it. Brought to you by the hilarious chancers at The Asylum who have, in the past, released such jaw-dropping cheap cash-in films titles as 'Journey to Middle Earth', 'I Am Omega' and 'Ten Thousand BC' comes this really quite extraordinary-sounding cheapo take on the Great Detective starring Dominic Keating and...gulp..Gareth David Lloyd out of Torchwood. Here's the cover, here's the blurb. I canna wait!
When a treasury ship mysteriously sinks in the English Channel, detective Sherlock Holmes and his friend Dr. Watson rush to investigate. Suddenly the shipwreck doesn't seem like such an accident when Holmes and Watson hear of other strange occurrences happening all over London; sea monsters, attacks by demonic beasts and dinosaurs wreaking havoc on the city.
Although Watson is starting to believe in monsters, Holmes is convinced that all of the attacks are the work of one very clever man and that unless they can find him quickly, the entire world will be in danger.