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The Artistic Flair of Low-Budget Auteur Albert Pyun

The Artistic Flair of Low-Budget Auteur ALBERT PYUN

Since his debut in 1982 with the light-hearted sword and sorcery fantasy, The Sword and the Sorcerer, Albert Pyun has directed over fifty feature-length genre films. So to say that Pyun, as a director, was prolific is an understatement… Just like his cybernetic creations, Albert Pyun was a machine!

“We’re trying to save humankind, and you, you protect the machines… Well, no wonder you protect them, you’re mostly machine, you’re not really human anymore are you?”



Super7 BREAKIN’ ReAction Figures


Super7 BREAKIN' ReAction Figures

Break it to make it! The dance explosion of the 80s jumps off the screen with the new Super7 x Breakin’ 3.75″ ReAction Figures of Ozone, Special K, and Turbo; with broom accessory!

“With a little help you’ll be poppin’ and lockin’ and breakin’ in no time.”


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American Ninja (1985, USA)

American Ninja (1985)

Out of all the bizarre trends the ’80s hoisted upon pop culture, ninjas have to be among the most prolific. Suddenly, any two-bit action flick schlock factory received a license to render their product “mysterious” and “exotic,” just by decking out half their actors in black long johns. Never one to pass on a fad that could net them some extra bucks, the Cannon Group gladly hopped aboard the martial arts bandwagon, putting out a series of cult cheesefests that included 1985’s American Ninja.

“The deadliest art of the Orient is now in the hands of an American.”