Cyborg

Synopsis: Gibson Rickenbacker is a hired fighter living in a plague-ravaged apocalyptic America where a plague has infested most of the United States and the rest of the world. In New York City, Gibson encounters a woman named Pearl Prophet. Pearl reveals to Gibson that she is a cyborg who is carrying vital-information for a group of scientists in Atlanta who are working on a cure to the plague and Pearl hires Gibson to escort her back to Atlanta. But Pearl is kidnapped by "Pirates" a murderous gang led by Fender Tremolo, who wants the cure for themselves and they decide to take Pearl to Atlanta themselves. Gibson, joined by a young woman named Nady Simmons, goes in pursuit of Fender and his gang, as Gibson sets out to rescue Pearl, stop Fender and his gang from reaching Atlanta and defeat Fender who slaughtered Gibson's family.
Director(s): Albert Pyun
Production: Cannon Home Video
 
IMDB:
5.1
Rotten Tomatoes:
14%
R
Year:
1989
86 min
246 Views

FIRST THERE WAS THE COLLAPSE

OF CIVILIZATION --

ANARCHY, GENOCIDE, STARVATION.

THEN WHEN IT SEEMED

THINGS COULDN'T GET ANY WORSE,

WE GOT THE PLAGUE,

THE LIVING DEATH,

QUICKLY CLOSING ITS FIST

OVER THE ENTIRE PLANET.

AND THEN WE HEARD THE RUMORS

THAT THE LAST SCIENTISTS

WERE WORKING ON A CURE

THAT WOULD END THE PLAGUE

AND RESTORE THE WORLD.

[ THUNDER ]

RESTORE IT? WHY?

I LIKE THE DEATH.

I LIKE THE MISERY!

I LIKE THIS WORLD!

AAH!

COME ON, PEARL,

IT'S CLEAR!

I THINK WE LOST FENDER

AND HIS PIRATES.

WE'VE GOT A CHANCE

TO REACH THE BRONX TOWNSHIP

AND HIRE A SLINGER.

GET GOING, PEARL!

I'LL TRY

TO HOLD THEM HERE.

FIND A SLINGER:

TO HELP YOU, PEARL...

NOW!

AAH!

AAH!

GET HER.

LET HER GO!

TO ATLANTA?

TO CURE THE PLAGUE

WITH THE INFORMATION

THAT SHE'S CARRYING.

I WANT TO OWN IT.

OWN THE CURE?

I'D BE A GOD.

BUT THE MISERY:

COULD BE STOPPED.

I LIKE THE MISERY.

THE WORLD COULD BE CHANGED.

I LIKE THIS WORLD.

GO TO HELL.

[ KICKS HEAD ]

BEEN THERE.

[ BLADE SLICING ]

UHH!

WOO! WOO!

WOO! WOO! WOO!

[ TRILLING AND YELPING ]

THANKS.

WAIT!

WHO ARE YOU?

WHY DID YOU HELP ME?

I THOUGHT IT WAS

SOMEBODY ELSE.

I CAN TRUST YOU.

FOR WHAT?

TO GET ME BACK:

TO ATLANTA.

THERE'S A GROUP

OF DOCTORS THERE,

THE LAST ONES.

THEY'VE BEEN WORKING ON

A CURE FOR THE PLAGUE.

THEY NEED INFORMATION

I HAVE.

I SWEAR IT'S THE TRUTH.

WOO! WOO!

I'M A CYBORG.

THEY CREATED ME:

TO RETRIEVE DATA

FROM A COMPUTER SYSTEM

HERE IN THE CITY.

[ CLICK ]

STAY DOWN!

[ GUNSHOTS ]

THAT SLINGER:

CAN'T HELP YOU NOW.

I'LL TAKE YOU TO ATLANTA,

AND YOU'LL GIVE ME

THE CURE.

AND IF YOU DON'T,

I'LL GIVE YOU

THE HORROR SHOW.

[ HOWLING ]

Pearl:
GET ME BACK

TO ATLANTA.

THERE'S A GROUP

OF DOCTORS THERE,

THE LAST ONES.

THEY'VE BEEN WORKING ON

A CURE FOR THE PLAGUE.

THEY NEED INFORMATION

I HAVE.

AAH!

[ SCREAMING ]

YOU THINK:

WE'RE GOING TO SWIM

ALL THE WAY TO ATLANTA?

I...CAN'T...SWIM,

ASSHOLE!

I HATE THE WATER.

HEY, I CAUGHT

A NICE FISH HERE.

AAH! AAH!

YAAH!

AAH!

[ WOMEN CONTINUE SCREAMING ]

HOIST ANCHOR, MATES!

HA HA HA HA HA!

WE GOT US A SKIN JOB

TO TAKE TO ATLANTA!

UH!

SAY YOUR FINAL GOODBYES

TO YOUR DADDY,

AND LET'S BE ON OUR WAY.

I'M LOSING MONEY.

LET'S GO.

DON'T KNOW IF

I REALLY TRUST YOU.

DON'T OW IF THERE'S

REALLY ANY DIFFERENCE

BETWEEN SLINGERS

AND THE PIRATES:

THAT KILLED MY PA.

BUT I GUESS I AIN'T

GOT NO CHOICE.

YOU'RE THE ONLY GUIDE

THAT ANSWERED THE POSTING

FOR THE PAY.

JUST GET US:

OUT OF THE CITY.

IT'S WHAT I DO...

GET PEOPLE:

OUT OF THE CITY.

LET'S GO.

YOU'RE GOOD WITH THEM.

I LIKE THEM.

[ HONING KNIFE ]

IT'S BEAUTIFUL.

WE'LL BE SAFE HERE.

AAH!

[ CRYING AND SCREAMING ]

UM...

ARE YOU LOOKING:

FOR THAT WOMAN?

I HEARD:

THE PIRATES SAY:

SHE HAS A CURE:

FOR THE PLAGUE.

THEY'RE TAKING HER

TO ATLANTA.

ATLANTA.

PIRATES WANTED A BOAT.

ALL THIS:

FOR A STUPID BOAT.

WHY ARE YOU STILL ALIVE?

I HID WHEN THEY CAME.

I SAW THEM SETTING OFF

DOWN THE WATERWAY

TO CHARLESTON.

I WAS JUST GETTING READY

TO TAKE OFF:

WHEN YOU SHOWED UP.

I FIGURED YOU:

FOR ONE OF THE PIRATES.

I'M GONE.

Woman:
SO ARE YOU GOING AFTER

THAT WOMAN WITH THE CURE

TO SAVE HER:

FROM THE PIRATES?

I'D LIKE TO HELP.

MY FAMILY DIED:

FROM THE PLAGUE.

SO DID MOST EVERYBODY

ELSE I'VE KNOWN.

SO AS SOON AS I HEARD

THE PIRATES:

TA ABOUT THIS WOMAN,

I KNEW I HAD TO DO

SOMETHING TO HELP.

KEEP MOVING.

YOU DON'T WANT MY HELP?

NO.

YOU THINK YOU CAN

RESCUE HER BY YOURSELF?

IT'S NOT MY BUSINESS.

YOU'RE NOT GOING TO TRY

TO SAVE THIS WOMAN?

YOU DON'T CARE?

WELL, WHAT DO YOU

CARE ABOUT?

FENDER.

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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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