Posted on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011 by Russ Fischer
When is another studio’s movie a marketing dream? When you’re sitting on a twenty-year old stinker that can ride the coattails of another company’s marketing push to make a few extra bucks. Such is the case with the 1990 version of Captain America directed by Albert Pyun. Whether the movie might have ever been good is open to question. But the film’s financial backing withered just as production began, and so what was designed as a superhero flick with a respectable budget became a cheapo exercise in just making do with what was at hand.
Now director Albert Pyun reveals that a director’s cut of the film — with thirty extra minutes! — will hit Blu-ray in May, just before the new Captain America opens. Read More »