Eleven years before the 2005 Fantastic Four movie, there was a low budget project to make a movie which was never released, and it appears was never meant to be released. The Neue Constantin production company had held the rights to make the Fantastic Four movie for a decade but hadn't found the budget to make one, and the rights were going to revert back to Marvel. Roger Corman, a Producer who specialises in making low-budget movies, was brought on board and set about making a movie and as far as the who team were concerned, this could be their big break and set about trying to make the best movie they could. And after nearly a quarter of a century later, the movie has finally been released and is available online.


Rotten Tomatoes Score: 27%

IMDB Score: 3.9


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