6 Aug

More about that Streets of Fire “sequel”

Posted by Bryan White | Wednesday August 6, 2008 | News

Turns out that I had heard about Albert Pyun’s Streets of Fire project before. I saw something on Twitch Film a while back about it, I guess they’re all big-ass fans of Albert Pyun (I had the balls to knock him in their comments and took some flack for it). I hadn’t made the connection between the two, though. I think the furthest my mind went with it was, “Wow, Michael Pare is still acting? Good for him.” Before I moved on. I think I remarked briefly about the Sin City qualities of the poster design. But this is it. I got some hits from Road To Hell website yesterday and it turns out that Road To Hell is the next in the Streets of Fire series, if they’re even pursuing it as part of that canon. Details at the Road To Hell website.


  1. February 21, 2009 4:37 pm

    Johnny Chicago

    SOF is one of the greatest movies EVER.

    A sequel? – Improbable!

    In this does happen, I’ll want to be the first to check it out and let you know if it’s worth the SOF brand ro not.

  2. February 23, 2009 4:33 pm

    Stephen Calebro

    I just re-watched SOF for the first time in over 20 years and was able to view it in a critical sense. As silly as certain parts are, and most of the music was written by the douchebag who penned most of Meatloaf’s music, it was still quite entertaining. I would love to see a sequal. it can’t be nearly as bad as the sequel to Lost Boys, can it?

  3. February 23, 2009 6:45 pm

    Jeremy Couturier

    Mr. Pare has been in quite a few Sci-Fi channel flicks of late….Sci-Fi channel is the washed up 80s male actor retirement home counterpart to the Lifetime network.

  4. August 19, 2011 3:06 pm

    Johnny Chicago

    As of today, nothing has come from the obvious “Sin City” style of filming they have employed to make this happen. Did you also know that Debbie Van V. is also in it as “sister?”

    This tale gets more and more bizarre and the film sits somewhere, unused and unloved.

    Shame on that.

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