What happens when the cankerous captain of a nuclear submarine goes rogue to take revenge on a massive 400-foot whale?

Asylum Studios, a major player in the B-movie direct-to-video industry, has unleashed its take on the classic "Moby Dick" by Herman Melville. These are the same guys who brought us such classics as "Titanic II," "Mega Sharks vs. Octopus," and "Mega Piranha." So yes, you can expect "Moby Dick: 2010" to be just as low-budget as the rest — but equally as fun.

Not only is there a 400-foot whale capable of knocking down helicopters, but Captain Ahab also has nuclear weapons and terrible one-liners. (i.e. “I’d strike the sun if it insulted me!”)

But don't take my word for it; check out the trailer below to get a glimpse of "Moby Dick: 2010." For B-movie fans, this is definitely one worth enjoying when literally nothing else is on TV.

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A B-horror movie retelling of the classic 'Moby Dick' features some unbelievable characters and scenarios.