Incredibly Strange and Ridiculously Cheap: Albert Pyun’s 30-Year Career in B-Movies

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  12 December 2012
Incredibly Strange and Ridiculously Cheap: Albert Pyun’s 30-Year Career in B-Movies

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"Albert Pyun is a legend among low-budget movie-makers. He's probably directed more movies about cyborgs than anyone else. He's been making post-apocalyptic movies since the Mad Max era, and he's still at it. He's worked with Rutger Hauer, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Christopher Lambert and Ice-T, among many others. Chances are you've watched at least one of his films at three in the morning."

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  12 December 2012
I do remember catching one of his post-apocalyptic films one time --it had women bodybuilders as the stars. It was very strange.

I had read about the Spider-man movie at the time it was being made but didnt know they had done so much work on it.
Interesting anecdotes. Cannon was a cool company. Been watching their Bronson flicks (Death Wish 4) and they are rather enjoyable in a trashy way. Runaway Train was in a class all its own.

They should have asked him about Captain America's orange rubber ears.

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