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Legendary Filmmakers Albert Pyun and Cynthia Curnan Overcome Adversity To Make “Bad Ass Angels and Demons”

Legendary Filmmakers Albert Pyun and Cynthia Curnan Overcome Adversity To Make “Bad Ass Angels and Demons” Albert Pyun is an award-winning American filmmaker and director whose contributions to the film industry are substantial, particularly in the science-fiction and action genres. Pyun, in fact, is credited with pioneering the cyborg sub-genre. With over 50 titles to his name, he has enjoyed …

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Film Review: Cyborg (1989)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A martial artist hunts a killer in a plague-infested urban dump of the future. REVIEW: An apocalyptic cyberpunk martial arts driven action movie? Well there can be only 1 film that comes to mind at least from the late 80’s era, and that movie is the Jean-Claude Van Damme featured film “Cyborg“. With “Road Warrior” and …

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Film Review: Cool Air (2006)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Charlie Baxter, a struggling screenwriter, is searching for accommodation in a rundown mansion somewhere in the isolated mountains above Malibu. An expressionless and creatively bankrupt young man who rewrites exploitation sci-fi / horror scripts for a living, he takes a room in the mansion and learns of the mysterious doctor residing in the room above his …

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Interview: Author david j. moore

Interview: Author david j. moore (World Gone Wild: A Survivor’s Guide to Post-Apocalyptic Movies The apocalypse is something all of us think about or fear in the back of our minds. A tough, desolate world where humanity is forced to survive when everything they’ve ever known is lost. Hundreds of films have explored what could possibly happen if the world …

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Albert Pyun’s working like a madman… (New untitled Vampire in 3D Movie)

Even though his other film Tales of an Ancient Empire has yet to be released Albert Pyun is plowing forward with a new 3D vampire movie that is currently prepping for production. It’ll be about a hybrid of genres and most likely shot in glorious 3D. The untitled flick was penned by Cynthia Curnan and has as its loving inspiration …

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