The 411mania writers were given the following instructions: Computer/Technological Movies - What we are looking at here are movies where the main plot focus is on technology. This can be something like War Games, The Matrix, the Terminator movies, Total Recall, etc.... click here to see read full article.
Looks like we will be shooting some TV coverage "BULLETFACE" pick up scenes for foreign territories next week at the Indie Film Factory. It will feature a young new actress Cat Cakmis. Cat will appear in three scenes which help bridge several R rated scenes.
Here's the trailer for Bulletface starring Victoria Maurette, Steven Bauer, Scott Paulin, Morgan Weisser and Jenny Paulin. - Albert
I'm preparing the Final Cut of ROAD TO HELL for its Los Angeles screening. I'm excited though slightly impaired. But this work will create a DCP Master to screen. I talked with Laemmle Theaters and its all in the works but its looking like a May 16th opening for a week, with THE INTERROGATION OF CHERYL COOPER screening once on May 16th.
The Sword And The Sorcerer is the debut from Albert Pyun, a director generally associated with a mile-long filmography of B-Z-grade action flicks, though he also has a few relatively well-known credits to his name including Cyborg, Dollman, and Captain America. (Checkout our own Ed Travis’ heartfelt tribute to the director). He’s always had a rough time getting decent budgets for his films, and some are pretty bad. The Sword And The Sorcerer is far and away his best film that I’ve seen, the cinematic equivalent of a McRib Value Meal and a 5 pound bag of gummy bears. Click here to read the full article.
Greetings, readers, Bill here. Now, if you follow us on Facebook, you’ll know I’ve been saying for weeks now that I’d be reviewing this film. And I just kept either having life get in the way or delaying in favor of other films. I’ve got some free time tonight, however, and decided that there’s no time like the present to get on with reviewing this film, which was featured in the 5th season of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Without further ado, let’s take a look at Albert Pyun (whose work was last featured here in the form of RADIOACTIVE DREAMS)’s 1988 film ALIEN FROM L.A., starring supermodel and philanthropist Kathy Ireland in her first film role, shall we? Click here to read full article.
My video intro to Glenn Cochrane and fakeshemp.net retrospective screenings of my films, in this case "Infection" and "Alien From L.A.". You can see some of Bu Bear's spittle on my shirt and probably see a fair degree of effect on my mind and me from the MS.
Albert Pyun is fighting through his health issues, and nothing's more therapeutic than doing what you love so he's back behind the camera for The Interrogation of Cheryl Cooper, a one-take film for which Pyun has released a short teaser. Click here to read full article.
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