Entertainment company Galactic Force is bringing the Triple Threat Film Fest to the beautifully restored, historic Patio Theater with director Albert Pyun in attendance on March 9th, 2013. Galactic's Marc Heller will host screenings of Cyborg: Director's Cut, Nemesis, and the Chicago premiere of Road to Hell, in celebration of Pyun's 47+ film career spanning over 30 years. There will be Q&As with Albert Pyun, writer/producer Cynthia Curnan, actress Dru-Anne Perry, and film editor Rozanne Zingale. This fest is one of many genre events happening on the north side of Chicago that weekend, which is NOT a bad thing. We movie fans are lucky to have so many cool entertainment options this early in the year.
CYBORG: Director's Cut - This is the version that Pyun wanted you to see before studios had their way. Jean-Claude Van Damme would be proud. Expect higher resolution and better quality overall, plus a Q&A with the director, Albert Pyun, and editor Rozanne Zingale.
NEMESIS - New cut of this tech-noir thriller with rare action sequences included.
ROAD TO HELL - Chicago premiere of this follow up to Walter Hill's cult hit Streets of Fire, written and produced by Cynthia Curnan. Michael Paré stars in this stylized unofficial sequel, reprising his role as Tom Cody! Word is, this may be Paré's best performance yet. Besides, who hasn't been obsessed with him since Eddie and the Cruisers?
Director Albert Pyun will be signing autographs for FREE and selling director's cuts of several of his sci-fi films. Other items available at his table: posters, DVDs, Blu-rays, and soundtracks courtesy of Howlin' Wolf Records. The 11x17 posters were created exclusively for this event by local artist Neil Klemz on heavy, high quality, high resolution paper. They cost $60 each and will be signed at no cost. If unable to attend but you want the poster, contact Marc Heller and he will have a signed poster shipped to you. Fans are welcome to bring their own items and get those signed for free as well!
Show begins at 7pm through midnight. Patio Theater, 6008 W. Irving Park Road. 17+ event.
Tickets are $12 available here.
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