Check Out the Opening Sequence from Albert Pyun’s Director’s Cut of Cyborg

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Albert Pyun is the man. Not only is he preparing to unleash the “renegade director’s cut” of his underrated sci-fi actioner “Cyborg” (aka “Slinger”) onto the masses, he’s giving fans a taste of what’s to come by posting the opening sequence onto the Interwebs. The clip you’re about to see was sourced from a VHS copy of the workprint, which explains why the quality isn’t exactly up to snuff. In addition to the different score — which is provided by Tony Riparetti and Jim Saad — all of Van Damme’s dialogue has been re-recorded by someone else. It will be strange to see a different voice pouring from the big guy’s lips, but to be perfectly honest, I can’t say that I’m really that upset about it. I’m excited to get my hands on a copy of this cut, but in the meantime, the embedded clip will have to suffice. Thanks to Twitch for the heads up on this.

CYBORG – DIRECTOR’S CUT – FIRST 3:40 from Albert Pyun on Vimeo.

Author: Todd Rigney

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  • Lexavi80

    I’m curious.

    I saw this movie when I was about 9 years old and I thought it was a pretty damn good movie. I haven’t seen it ever since, so I guess I’ll try to get the movie before this new cut comes out.