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  • Actors: Cody Deal, Kevin Nash, Patricia Velasquez, Richard Grieco
  • Directors: Christopher Olen Ray
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: The Asylum - Video Service Corp VSC
  • DVD Release Date: May 10, 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004MOLFR2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #147,682 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

When the demon god Loki destroys the fortress of Valhalla and steals the Hammer of Invincibility, only the young hero Thor can protect Earth from Armageddon. Stars Cody Deal, Patricia Velasquez, Kevin Nash, Richard Grieco

Customer Reviews

Special effects are a bit cheesy and the acting is mediocre at best.
Jeffrey W. Grinstead
Listen, Asylum and its fan can embrace the badness--they just have to realize not to forget that bad films need to entertain as well.
K. Harris
Loki sends Thor to hell and Thor fashions a new Hammer from a convenient fireball in hell.
Robert F. Powers

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on May 9, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Oh, how one has to love Asylum Home Entertainment and their association with the SyFy Channel original programming department. They are on fire this year matching up cheapie productions with similarly titled big screen counterparts. "Almighty Thor" hit the little screen the same weekend "Thor" hammered into movie complexes across the country and for those of us hoping for bad movie nirvana--once again, they missed the mark on an actual fun quotient. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE bad movie mayhem--cheap effects and bad actors don't bother me as long as the cheese factor can tickle my funny bone. Sadly, with this disastrous effort, they simply lacked the interest to write and produce something with even the slightest amount of amusement or entertainment value.

Well, that's not entirely accurate--I did giggle a couple of times. Thor is outfitted in a get-up straight from the Halloween Spirit Store and his legendary hammer is clearly a toy made of Styrofoam! This cheap production values allowed for about six recurring pedestrians to be wandering about the alleys of the big city. When destruction begins, they randomly run in every direction! This general havoc and silliness might have won me over had not the rest of the picture been so downbeat and inept. It seems a bit unnecessary to recount a plot--but here's a taste. Richard Greico plays the devilish villain as a walking embodiment of expressionless menace. After dispatching Thor's wooden family, he chases Thor and his warrior love interest into a modern day city in pursuit of the hammer. From then on out, he skulks through about one city block of anonymous industrial city landscape in slow motion pursuit. Oh, if only Thor had moved away from this part of the city--so much destruction could have been avoided!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Robert F. Powers on May 7, 2011
Format: DVD
Leave it to our friends at the SyFy channel to rush through a quickie version of a soon to be released Hollywood blockbuster. "Almighty Thor" who is not really that mighty but more of a whiny wimp and is consistantly one-upped in warrior skills by his companion, a sort of Xena Warrior princess type. The locations include Valhalla-King Odin's matte kingdom and a warehouse in Los Angeles. Xena passes in and out of a time portal and divides her time between ancient times and modern day LA. She hides Thor in her warehouse and immediately teaches him to shoot a semi-automatic. He sucks at sword-weilding but picks up shot accuracy in 5 seconds flat. Later on he switches between an AK assault weapon and his Hammer which looks like a big rock tied to a stick. Slinking around the edges of the movie is Richard Greico as Loki the devil who wants the Hammer so he can destroy the world. Mr Greicos make-up looked like he sat at a table and stuck his face in a bowl of flour.

There are a total of 5 characters in this movie with a couple of brief cameos by a couple of extras.

When Thor finally finds the Hammer in the tree of life he loses it 5 minutes later to the flour-faced devil. Loki sends Thor to hell and Thor fashions a new Hammer from a convenient fireball in hell. Thor finally masters the power of the Hammer two minutes before the movie's end-saves the world and a throng of three show up to cheer on the hero.

Oh and by the way, the devil also has a few dinosaur K-9's to track and sniff out Thor in the modern world but the dinosaurs prefer to go all Godzilla on LA.

I hope anyone who reads my review believe my plot descriptions are accurate. Sadly, they are true. And the movie is so bad it's not even worth watching to laugh at. Avoid.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on May 11, 2011
Format: Amazon Instant Video
Oh, how one has to love Asylum Home Entertainment and their association with the SyFy Channel original programming department. They are on fire this year matching up cheapie productions with similarly titled big screen counterparts. "Almighty Thor" hit the little screen the same weekend "Thor" hammered into movie complexes across the country and for those of us hoping for bad movie nirvana--once again, they missed the mark on an actual fun quotient. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE bad movie mayhem--cheap effects and bad actors don't bother me as long as the cheese factor can tickle my funny bone. Sadly, with this disastrous effort, they simply lacked the interest to write and produce something with even the slightest amount of amusement or entertainment value.

Well, that's not entirely accurate--I did giggle a couple of times. Thor is outfitted in a get-up straight from the Halloween Spirit Store and his legendary hammer is clearly a toy made of Styrofoam! This cheap production values allowed for about six recurring pedestrians to be wandering about the alleys of the big city. When destruction begins, they randomly run in every direction! This general havoc and silliness might have won me over had not the rest of the picture been so downbeat and inept. It seems a bit unnecessary to recount a plot--but here's a taste. Richard Greico plays the devilish villain as a walking embodiment of expressionless menace. After dispatching Thor's wooden family, he chases Thor and his warrior love interest into a modern day city in pursuit of the hammer. From then on out, he skulks through about one city block of anonymous industrial city landscape in slow motion pursuit. Oh, if only Thor had moved away from this part of the city--so much destruction could have been avoided!
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