The venerable character actor Lance Henriksen plays an archetypically Machiavellian leader of bad cyborgs in this sci-fi action drama. Country-western staple Kris Kristofferson co-stars as Gabriel, a good cyborg who teams up with a sexy kick-boxer named Nia (Kathy Long) to fight the robots and their evil leader. Monument Valley, Utah, doubles as the film's dystopic, Mad Max-style wasteland.
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Albert Pyun must have a robotic cyborg fetish methinks (like Charles Band and his killer doll fetish) as most of his films tend to revolve around them or include them. Again we have more killer cyborgs that need to be taken down by human resistance. I might point out that Mr Pyun's other fetish is post apocalyptic scenarios as again this film is set in a distant earth future where everything is gone and its er....apocalyptic.
I watched this simply down to the casting of sci-fi stalwart Lance Henriksen and big name Kris Kristofferson, the rest of the cast are the usual people Pyun ALWAYS uses (yep Thomerson in there again). The plot is stupid and much the same as other Pyun films, the effects are pretty ropy...looks like a TV movie, and as usual there is much martial arts tomfoolery going on from both cyborgs and humans.
Massively cheesy with a whole joint of ham from Henriksen as the cyborg leader which almost saves the film but can't. The rest of the film is so poor and basic looking that it can't even be enjoyed as a B-movie I'm afraid.
This is more incredible sci-fi with amazing martial arts where a real-life female kickboxer champion Kathy Long kicks the ruling cyborgs' asses. I believe this is the highly recommendation of martial arts movie.More
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