In the near future walking flash drives hold the cure to a plague that is wiping out humanity...unless you are named after a guitar. The final nail in the coffin for the bankrupt Canon films was the Albert Pyun film Cyborg (1989) starring a then brand new superstar in the making Jean Claude Van Damme. Originally planned as a sequel to Masters of the Universe (we'll get to this one in an upcoming episode), Cyborg cobbled together a script, costumes and sets from the developments of Masters of the Universe 2 and a proposed Spider-man film and the results were muscled bound people in sequin shirts and chainmail obsessed with ruling the world. How could this go wrong? Find out on this week's episode of Invasion of the Remake with special returning guest Rod (Used Cars) Dornian.
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