Albert Pyun wrote:
We shot that gun battle at the old Kaiser Steel factory remnants out in Fontana, CA. Same place a lot of T2's future scenes and my Dollman film were shot.
And, as a bit of trivia, my longtime producer and now a big producer on films like 10,000 BC, Tom Karnowski is actually one of the thugs. He runs into the wall and knocks himself out. In the low budget world everyone has to double up.
I'll be uploading that Nemesis action sequence with enhanced CGI that we did as part of a planned 2.0 upgrade on my website: www.albertpyunmovies.com
in about a week.
You are new here, and are unfamiliar with my personality.... But nevertheless, I just came a little in my pants...... and thats a good thing!
You kick Cormans ASS!
And trust me, I did about 18 really crappy (but somehow internationally distributed) films working with a low budget film company in Kansas City.
In our first film alone I played 2 speaking roles and 8 different zombies. In addition I did camera, lighting, prop, special effects and makeup, storyboard, and god knows what else.......
So I know what you mean about the "get as much as you can out of every one and everything" philosophy of film making........
Shang Liu takes no shit........
What I have really dug about your films, is even though they are low budget, and most of them pay homage to various sources, they still manage to be remarkably fresh and unique, and avoid cheese for cheeses sake. I am not gonna lie, there have been a couple of stinkers, but every director has made some of those. What matters is, Mean Guns, Sword and The Sorcerer, Nemesis, Cyborg, Omega Doom (which I goddamn LOVED), and many other of your films are just plain GOOD movies, and have become genuine cult classics, regardless of their low budgets.
Hell............ I even liked Brain Smasher........ and I bloody hate Andrew Dice Clay......