Omega Doom

Synopsis: After earth is taken over by an army of robots, the small number of humans left are forced into hiding. In the nuclear winter, only droids walk the face of the earth, in fear of the rumored human resurgence, and in search of a hidden cache of weapons. One robot, his evil circuits destroyed, enters a small town where a robot civil war is taking place. He tries to convince both sides to join forces in search of the weapons, all the while having a hidden agenda, and an affinity for one of the local droids.
Director(s): Albert Pyun
Production: Largo Entertainment
 
IMDB:
4.5
R
Year:
1996
84 min
38 Views


They have less memory, but are good at adapting to any combat situation!

Whoa!

They hated each other during the war.

And yet here they sit, watching, waiting, watching...

waiting, watching, waiting, watching...

Mirror, mirror, on the wall...

who's the fairest of them all?

Who are they waiting for?

Well, friend...

they're both here lookin' for a treasure...

guns.

- Guns?

- A mountain of it.

Supposedly buried right around here.

But neither side knows exactly where the guns are buried.

Each side seems to have clues that the other doesn't.

You see, the Roms and the Droids got here just about the same time.

Being what they are, they immediately started slaughtering one another.

After a while there weren't too many of'em left.

So now they sit around...

waiting for the other to make the first move to find the treasure.

So which side is the fairest?

The Roms are definitely deadlier.

Their leader is Blackheart, military-type.

Not too big on thinking things through, though. Impulsive.

She is determined to track down...

even the slightest trace of a human being.

You know, Captain Ahab in search of the great white whale.

- Real killer woman.

- Yep.

The Droids, well, they're not well-organized.

Their leader is Zik...

who seems quite evolved, but most of them are just goons.

Like Marko, the fellow who decapitated me.

He said he did it for parts, but it was just his own amusement.

A total psychopath!

What about the guns?

Legend has it that the human army...

hid them around here in the last days of the war.

Anyway...

they both want the guns to kill the humans.

You heard the rumor that the humans are about to come out and kill us all?

I don't know if it's true, but these two believe it is.

What's with her?

She's a worker Drone, programmed to serve a purpose, do a job.

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Albert Pyun

Albert Pyun (born May 19, 1953) is an American film director best known for having made many low-budget B-movies and direct-to-video action films. The Independent Film Channel said that Pyun "has carved out a unique niche as a director of low-budget, high-concept genre films starring actors past their prime", adding that "others believe this a charitable description for Pyun, who has also been derided as the new Ed Wood." Though he frequently blends kickboxing and hybrid martial arts with science fiction and dystopic or post-apocalyptic themes, which often include cyborgs. Pyun stated in an interview that "I have really no interest in cyborgs. And I've never really had any interest in post-apocalyptic stories or settings. It just seemed that those situations presented a way for me to make movies with very little money, and to explore ideas that I really wanted to explore — even if they were [controversial]."Some of Pyun's better known films include The Sword and the Sorcerer, Cyborg, Captain America and Nemesis.Pyun was a military brat and lived on bases around the world until his father settled in Hawaii. Pyun went to school in Kailua, a small town located on the windward side of Oahu. Pyun's first 8mm and 16mm movies were made in Kailua and he credits living in foreign countries and growing up in Hawaii as strong influences on his filmmaking style. more…

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