1994’s FANTASTIC FOUR movie is now available on YouTube

Fantastic Four (1994)

Back in 1994 Constantin Films was preparing for the release of its Fantastic Four movie. The movie had been made in a rush to stop the characters rights from reverting back to Marvel Entertainment.

B-Movie legend Roger Corman, famed for the original Little Shop of Horrors, was hired to executive produce the project. Oley Sassone acted as director. Ultimately completion of the film fulfilled the requirements to hold on to the rights. Its release was cancelled and the movie has never ‘officially’ seen the light of day.

A copy has now been unearthed and uploaded, in full, to YouTube. Whilst it’s got a so-bad-it’s-bad aesthetic it’s still worth a watch for Marvel historians. Check it out in the player below.

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