Rue Morgue Podcast

Episode 094: JOHN HYAMS VOL. I

on November 29, 2012 | 1 Comment

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Here it is – the first of my two-part interrogation with Mr. John Hyams, director of Universal Soldier 4: Day of Reckoning and the son of veteran filmmaker Peter Hyams, the man behind such classics as Capricorn One (1977) and 2010: The Year We Make Contact (1984).

But before you say, wait a minute – Universal Soldier 4 isn’t a horror movie. Think again. It’s one of the most blood-curdling American action films ever made – a bone-crunching onslaught of mayhem where ‘action’ meets ‘splatter!’ It’s a jaw-dropper.

Magnet Releasing have it in a limited theatrical run in the U.S. and on VOD at the moment. Early in 2013, Sony Pictures will release it on DVD and 3D Blu-ray!



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Tags: John Hyams, Universal Soldier 4

One Response to Episode 094: JOHN HYAMS VOL. I

  1. Mike Tank says:

    Great show!

    It was great to hear Mr. Hyams talk a little bit about his father, whom I am a huge fan of. And I need to hunt down his documentary. It sounds BRUTAL.

    Also, I’m shocked….SHOCKED, I tell ya!…that YOU, Feedback, of all people…..pulled out a PHANTOM MENACE clip! ;)

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