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  • Actors: Dominic Keating, Gareth David-Lloyd, Ben Syder
  • Directors: Rachel Lee Goldenberg
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Asylum Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 26, 2010
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002VJ0576
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,225 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Editorial Reviews

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective faces the ultimate challenge when enormous monsters attack London. Dominic Keating and Gareth David-Lloyd star.

Customer Reviews

Bad effects, corny acting, etc.
Enjolras
Don't be under the impression it'll be fun to see a really bad movie.
Christoph Lock
The chemisty between Holmes and Watson is well done.
Jacqi

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65 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Duvernois TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 8, 2010
Format: DVD
...Sherlock Holmes versus giant monsters? Steampunk body armor? Spring Heeled Jack as the villain? It's a low-budget film that's at least as much about setting Buffy the Vampire Slayer into Victorian England as about the Sherlock Holmes character. As a movie, how is it though? Well, not bad, it's kinda fun, but you have to be willing to stomach the low-cost production (which shows all the way through), some rather campy acting (sorry guys!), and a ridiculous plot. But it is fun!

Negatives:
- Fundamentally dishonest in coming to market with a big Hollywood version of Sherlock Holmes in the theaters (and both versions have steampunked up Victorian London)
- Cheap, cheap, cheap

Positives:
- It's fun and funny
- Much in the tradition of Peter Cushing, Dr. Who, Quartermass, and Hammer Studios
- Do you like Buffy?
- Enormous monsters being fought by Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (think of it as a reincarnation of the Godzilla vs. INSERT CREATURE HERE movies)
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38 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Everheart on October 4, 2010
Format: DVD
I can best sum this movie up as the Holmesian equivalent of Sharktopus.

If that sentence makes you shudder, for heaven's sake, go watch some Jeremy Brett, because Holmes purists will last about ten minutes before becoming very, very shouty. If it makes you perk up a little and say, "Oh yeah?" then read on.

Everything that can be wrong with a movie is wrong here. The budget is so low that Holmes and Watson get one suit each, and the whole thing appears to have been filmed on the grounds of a large dairy farm. Holmes canon is taken out back early on and shot, like Old Yeller, and it's not a clean kill. I would, in fact, bet money that the screenwriter has never read a Conan Doyle story. There's a dwarf rubber prostitute-eating T-Rex. There's a rubber Kraken -- heck, maybe it is Sharktopus, the lighting's not that great -- that surely cost more to construct than it earns from robbing ships. Did I mention the rubber Kraken robs ships? The rubber Kraken robs ships. I'm still not sure what the T-Rex is for. The historical details are weirdly, hilariously wrong -- London's East End, for example, appears to be both subterranean and lit by masses of candles, like a Sting video. Holmes is teeny and Watson is tall, and their Baker Street digs are within walking distance of a scary forest. There is a climactic aerial battle between a mechanical dragon, piloted by Holmes' evil brother Victorian Iron Man, and a heli-balloon. And Gareth David-Lloyd gives a good performance.

After 15 or 20 minutes, the whole thing becomes so improbable, wrong, and bad that it turns entertaining, and even endearing. I watched it at a big girls' slumber party, and we went from dead silence to delighted incredulity to rolling with laughter. ("It's terrible," said one friend, "but it doesn't hate life.") I suspect a little alcohol might improve the viewing experience even more, but alas, we're all lightweights. I also suspect we'll watch it again.
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42 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Chris Ragaisis on February 8, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
How "off" can a production get from a target? Well, if you're making this Sherlock Holmes film, I guess that we were lucky they spelled "Sherlock Holmes" correctly...

I actually WANTED to like this movie. I bought it sight unseen and without even any description of the movie (Amazon didn't provide one). I'm a Holmes fan and can find things to like about most productions. I thought that the opening sequence (Watson during the Blitz in the 1940s about to relate an untold Sherlock Holmes tale) was done well and set the tone perfectly.

But then it went downhill. Fast.

You have a Sherlock Holmes who is...well, MOUSEY. He certainly doesn't fit any idea that I've ever had for the character. Holmes wasn't the vibrant soul pushed to solve crimes that you might expect. The screenplay take all sorts of liberties with the Sherlockian history giving Holmes a different brother - a policeman who was paralyzed by a bullet to the back while breaking up a bank robbery with Lestrade as his partner, and (spoiler alert) Sherlock isn't Holmes' real name because who would pay attention to a detective named "Robert?" There is even a hint that it was Watson who started Holmes on the path to cocaine addiction.

The acting was fairly wooden, and the script plodding. That only made the pain last longer.

If there was one bright spot, it was the characterization of Watson. Well done.

All in all, it wasn't worth the watching. Something better just forgotten and move on. Don't buy this. If you feel the need, just rent it. Save your money for pretty much ANY other Holmes movie.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Paula Clifford on May 1, 2010
Format: DVD
I had hoped "Can Holmes save London from dinosaurs?" would be a rip-off of a Professor Challenger tale with Holmes replacing Doyle's other series character. No such luck. The dinosaurs turn out to be robots created by a previously unknown brother of Holmes who also cured himself of paralysis by gadgetry that would cost a small fortune today, and now seeks revenge on ex-partner Lestrade.
Somehow Holmes knew this early on from staring at something on the ground.
There's no denying the ending is exciting, but it has no place in a Sherlock Holmes film. It's also is too similar to the one used in the far superior "Great Mouse Detective", which really was a cartoon.
I don't care if the producers were looking to cash in on the recent theatrical film or not. I only care if the film is good or not. This one is not.
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