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New Teaser Art for Cyborgs: Rise of the Slingers

Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line with an update on his upcoming Cyborgs: Rise of the Slingers (formerly Red Moon) and included a bit of teaser art for us to share. He's in the process of nailing down the project's lead actress and promises to reveal that info next week along with the full cast roster.

Albert Pyun's Post-Apocalyptic Red Moon Gets a New Title and Updated Artwork

Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line with an update on Cyborg: Rise of the Slingers (formerly Red Moon) noting that he's leaving the sword and sorcery elements behind and instead will be adapting the loose prequel to his 1989 Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle Cyborg into the steampunk universe. He also included the film's revised artwork by Rob E. Brown.

Inked Artwork for Albert Pyun's Post-Apocalyptic Red Moon

Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line this week to show off the inked artwork (by Rob E. Brown) for his upcoming film Red Moon, which he describes as a post-apocalyptic fantasy with lots of violence and creatures. Read on for more details!

Bulletface Shows Off its Official Trailer and Packaging

We've been telling you about Bulletface, Albert Pyun's latest neo-noir thriller, for a while now, and finally he's provided us with a trailer so you can check it out for yourselves.

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Five-Disc Bulletface DVD Package

When director Albert Pyun and his team do a giveaway, they don't mess around! They are providing five lucky Dread Central readers autographed DVD packages of Pyun's latest film, Bulletface. And they're not just your typical one- or two-disc DVD sets either. Each one contains five discs, two of which are soundtracks. More specifically, each winner will receive:

EXCL: First Look at Bulletface DVD Artwork

Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line today with a first look at the DVD artwork for his upcoming horror and revenge thriller Bulletface, which has a release date of January 26, 2010.

Synopsis and Stills from Bulletface

Over the holidays we heard from director Albert Pyun, who informed us that instead of his next release being Tales of an Ancient Empire, his long gestating follow-up to The Sword and the Sorcerer, it will be the gory and disturbing Bulletface written by Randall Fontana.