06 Nov 2018 4:52 PM +00:00 UTC

Marvel's Unreleased 1994 Fantastic Four Movie Is Now on Youtube

One reason why fans want the Disney/Fox merger to happen is that there are no good Fantastic Four movies. Marvel's first family may have made their triumphant return to comics recently but their luck in film continues to suffer. If you thought their bad luck with movies started with those bad attempts in the early 2000's you are mistaken as the group actually had one movie in the 90's that was worse than those two.

It might be better than 2015's Fant4stic though. That movie just sucks, despite its talented cast.

A fan has decided to upload this movie in full on YouTube, so if you've ever been curious about checking this film out, now's your chance. The movie is far from good but there is some enjoyment to be had, thanks to the bad acting and cheesy effects. It's the definition of a "so bad, it's good" movie.

Produced by Roger Corman, this 1994 monstrosity was made on the cheap so that the studio would keep the rights to the Fantastic Four, similar to how Fant4stic was made by Fox for similar reasons. The movie stars Alex Hyde-White as Reed Richards, Jay Underwood as Johnny Storm, Rebecca Staub as Su Storm, Michael Bailey Smith as Ben Grimm, and Joseph Culp as Victor Von Doom, with Oley Sassone in the director's chair.

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