Serviceable b-horror schlock from the Cormans with some creative violence. The killbots are laughable in how unthreatening they appear (they're like Wall-E gone wild), but they are fun villains. It's good to see the characters of Eating Raoul make cameos. The amount of unnecessary nudity is pretty cringey, but I guess that's to be expected since the director later made a Cloverfield parody called Cleavagefield.
Would probably interest those who can appreciate a B slasher with a tech slant. I, however, was merely looking for a fun movie to watch while doing the dishes and cooking dinner, and when there turned out to be barely any suspense or at least cheap thrills, I got tired pretty quickly. Add to that a bunch of dopey characters and an inane soundtrack and we're left with very little that is worthy of recommending.
Pretty violent but not gorey, characters that feel like real adolescents and one of the finest 80s horror soundtracks. Major problem lays in lack of suspension which is probably because of villains themselves. Although interesting as an idea, it looks bland and unconvincing to be threatened and chased by laser vacuum cleaner. The ending is satisfying though, as it is comedy relief scene in the diner.
I put this one in because i wanted to see something stupid and easy and boy was i right. From looking at the images you'd say someone liked Robocop a bit too much, but the film even predates Robocop by a year with its high security protection robots, red laser visor and all. It's cheaply produced and badly acted but the movie itself is, maybe because of that, plain fun. Highly recommended for Halloween or parties.