Albert Pyun

Albert Pyun – Road to Hell (2008)

Albert Pyun’s unofficial sequel to the 1984 rock & roll fable Streets of Fire called Road to Hell. Shot entirely on green screen.

This rare film is a strange thing. Really good and really bad, really pretty and really ugly, art and not art at all. It is entirely its own thing. A truly unique experience.

A soldier who has been fighting a long war is driven mad because he no longer believes in any purpose or righteous truth behind the killing. He comes home to a surreal world looking for his first and only love from his youth, believing she will rescue him from his demons. On the road to Edge City he encounters two seductive spree killers who oppose his efforts to find his love and the redemption he desperately seeks. Read More »

Albert Pyun – The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982)


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Alan Mount (IMDB) said this:
“This movie which came out at around the same time as “CONAN THE BARBARIAN” is the better film. It is a rip-roaring fantasy adventure which has elements of Harryhausen’s “SINBAD” and “JASON” movies,the graphic violence of “CONAN” and a precursor of the humour and dialogue which would permeate T.V’s “HERCULES” and “XENA”. Lee Horsley in a career best role plays the warrior hero Talon to perfection and it is a shame that the promised sequel never appeared.The action and fantasy elements are strongly brought to the fore by a superb and rousingly heroic score by David Whittaker which stands alone as a great piece of music in its own right.Director Albert Pyun has never bettered his work here and like everyone involved gives his all to fashion a brilliant slice of ‘B’ movie entertainment guaranteed to set the pulses racing of anyone,old or young,who ever thrilled to the sight and sounds of swords clashing.Whenever there are kingdoms to be saved,battles to be won and women to love let’s hope that heroes like Talon will re-emerge on our screens to fight the good fight.All in all,”THE SWORD AND THE SORCERER” is a thoroughly enjoyable movie….9 out of 10.” Read More »