The Asylum is known for one thing and they're proud. Any time a blockbuster sci-fi or horror film is heading into theaters, you can count on them releasing a low-budget version of it either straight-to-DVD or on the SyFy channel a week before. Recently we were blessed with "American Warships" in the shadow of "Battleship's" box office failure. Other movies following the same pattern include "Battle of Los Angeles," "Grimm's Snow White," "Almighty Thor," and "Princess of Mars."
Their latest project isn't really a rip-off of a big-budget film. It's more of an attempt to piggyback on the quirky success of an indie project entitled "Iron Sky" that's been making the rounds at different festivals lately. In the movie, we are treated to an alternate reality where the Nazis fled to the Moon in 1945 when it was evident they were going to lose the war. After centuries of preparing, they are now making ready to return and take over the world. Instead of heading into the heavens, The Asylum's "Nazis at the Center of the Earth" takes us in the other direction.
If you're looking for some great Saturday night matinée fun to pass the time, "Nazis at the Center of the Earth" will get the job done. It's got all the zany elements fans look for in a great low-budget sci-fi horror flick. You've got gore, guns, Hitler-Bots, and zombie Nazis. What else could you ask for? That was a rhetorical question.
Review by ersinkdotcom from the Internet Movie Database.