Grimm's Snow White
|Grimm's Snow White|
|Directed by||Rachel Lee Goldenberg|
|Screenplay by||Naomi Selfman|
|Based on||Snow White
by Brothers Grimm
|Music by||Chris Ridenhour|
|Distributed by||The Asylum|
Grimm's Snow White is a 2012 American fantasy film produced by The Asylum and directed by Rachel Lee Goldenberg. Loosely based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale Snow White, the film stars Jane March, Eliza Bennett and Jamie Thomas King.
The Evil Queen Gwendolyn takes over the Kingdom following the death of the King. To ensure her place, she attempts to kill Snow White, her beautiful stepdaughter, who escapes into an enchanted forest.
- Eliza Bennett as Snow White
- Jane March as the Evil Queen Gwendolyn, Snow White's evil stepmother
- Jamie Thomas King as Prince Alexander
- Eberhard Wagner as the King, Snow White's father
- Otto Jankovich as Advisor Hugh
- Ben Maddox as Huntsman Beasley
- Sebastian Wimmer as Runt/Haegthorn
- Alan Burgon as Orlando
- Frauke Steiner as Mara
- Sabine Kranzelbinder as Isabella
- Eric Lomas as Cyrus
- Klara Steinhauser as Allura
- Bernhard Georg Rusch as Wally Stable Boy
- Lukas Johne as Dungeon Master
- Mac Salamon as Captain
- Thomas Nash as Hunter Aberle
- Alexander T. T. Mueller as Priest
- Magdalena Hall as Servant
- Mathias Hacker as Human Prisoner (Harry)
- Stefan Fent as Queen's Guard Solis
- Benjamin Kornfeld as Queen's Guard Berkley
- Marcus Schramm as Queen's Guard Savage
- Stefan Kurt Reiter as Queen's Guard Rolins
- David Heissig as Wood Elf
- Sonja Chan as Dark Elf #1
- Lucius Wolter as Dark Elf #2
- David Szalai as Dark Elf #3
- Sarah Xiao Mingruber as Dark Elf #4
- Enis Bunjaku as Elf
Madeleine Koestner of YouWonCannes.com wrote that it accomplishes what fans of The Asylum seek: it is a film that can be enjoyed by a group of rowdy friends as they get drunk.
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- Koestner, Madeleine (2012-03-19). "Movie Review: Grimm's Snow White (2012)". YouWonCannes.com. Retrieved 2013-12-30.
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