Albert Pyun, director of classic "B" movies like Cyborg and Dollman, has been diagnosed with severe multiple sclerosis, and may never be able to make another movie. And there's a fundraiser to organize a screening of his 50th movie, Road to Hell, including a celebration of Pyun's career.

Pyun has always talked about his work with a tremendous sense of honesty and a healthy dose of self-deprecating humor, but also with a love of film-making that shows through. Check out our lengthy interview with him from last year.


Check out the fundraiser video above, and find out more about the campaign over at Indie Gogo.