"The Asylum" - The name of the Production company says it all really. This is up to their usual standard (ie - not very high). The biggest problem of course is their lack of funding, so when CGI is a must they can't come up with the goods. Frankly "Moby Dick" is a CGI disaster, particularly in the ridiculous 15' climax which beggars belief in it's stupidity. There are no "stars" as such - Barry Bostwick is way better than the material he has (or in truth, doesn't have), and Renee O'Connor is just, well, let's just say "miscast". (Secretly-I was curious to see what she looked like after "Xena", and, yes she is 12 years older, but still looks OK and is worthy of a better part.) I have to say there are some quite effective shock moments, particularly in the first 45' or so and I almost had high hopes, but they were sadly dashed. Dialogue daft, SFX poor, but if you have a few quid to spend and some beer/wine/whatever, and aren't too particular there are bits to enjoy, hence 3 stars, but only just, and you won't want to watch it over and over.