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. (Click here to read full article)
"When I started this website several months ago my first mission was to score a Q&A with legendary filmmaker, Albert Pyun. His films have been a staple part of my life and their style & aesthetic are what I model much of my own writing after. Needless to say I was overwhelmed when he agreed to participate. I have never come across a harder working and more generous director than Albert. His work ethos is a testament to his longevity and his passion for cinema becomes more apparent with each film of his you watch. It's fair to say that he receives a decent amount of criticism from detractors, however, the more I've come to know Albert the more admiration I have for his steely acceptance of blows and his ability to focus his energies on work. As much as I have loved his films over the years, my own appreciation has grown substantially... with even some of his lesser work, his passion is clearly stamped all over... "
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