UPDATE: /Film just announced a new “Family friendly” version is in the works!
The Fantastic 4 (1994) was hidden. Listen to the inside scoop on the infamous Roger Corman “Fantastic 4.” It was a movie no one was supposed to see. The prints were burned. Who leaked it? Why would a company want to make a movie just to shelve it?
Chris Gore was the editor of “Film Threat” magazine. He did a cover story about the production – not knowing the film was doomed. DOOMED! Chris give his insight on this blockbuster bootleg. Everything you ever wanted (or not wanted) to know about the early ’90s feature film. Gore is a movie/comic book nut. So he goes off on fun tangents about all things nerdy. Luckily for us, being nerdy is in now.
I know Chris Gore was on before talking about The Fantastic 4 movie, but I wanted him to get into more details. So to my brother who called me out on having Chris Gore talk about the movie twice, lean back and learn more.
Chris Gore (G4, “Film Threat”) discusses the best summer movie, the knock off “Fantastic Four” movie that you’ll never see, his favorite strip clubs, dating secrets, beer in movies, The Avengers movie, starting a major magazine from Kinkos, and the best drive in movie theater in California.
Chris Gore agreed to come on and talk about his favorite film “Logan’s Run.” But from the moment he stepped into the studio he started talking and I started taping. Very funny and very informative 40 minutes of ridiculousness.
Plus: “Luggage Tuesday” takes on prank calls in the 21st century. Also, check out the webseries, “Chapel.”
Check out he Trailer for low-budget “Fantastic 4.”
(Look below to see how to see it live!)Jan-Michael Vincent stars in “Alienator” a no budget “Terminator” rip off. J-MV sends a female body builder with a “Phantom Of the Opera” mask and a heavy metal freight wig to Earth to capture an escape space criminal. Cheap lasers, not so special, special effects, bad acting and a certain slurring Airwolf makes this a must see/listen to. “Horrible Movie Night” producer Jon Mathot and “Retro Radio Live” co-host Eric “Danger” Nyenhuis join host Adam Spiegelman.