Films: Eyeborgs (2009)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of pigeons to that of average humans.
Summary: No one likes to have their lives constantly watched all the time by a nebulous entity. That's what Orwellian dystopias are for. And besides, in this modern day, it might be the machine that gets the last laugh.
History: The Optical Defense Intelligence Network, AKA ODIN, has been implemented recently to bring public surveillance to new heights, and the stars of the show are the Eyeborgs, a collection of AI-controlled robots that act like both security cameras and guards. But as time goes by, ODIN grows more intelligent, and soon, kills the president before taking his place. This is all to achieve its logical conclusion: to wage war on the rest of the world. Soon, the streets are filled with murderous Eyeborgs, and only a few are aware of the conspiracy.
Notable Kills: One shoves a beer bottle into someone's mouth to make it look like he was drunk driving before making him crash and then immolating him with a flamethrower.
Final Fate: After much struggling and many a person and Eyeborg alike killed, the main base of operation for the machines is blown up. The Eyeborgs are still around, but now society as a whole is about to be in on the conspiracy, which cannot bode well for the robots.
Powers/Abilities: Eyeborgs are made of durable metal, and have all sorts of different weapons, such as tasers, sawblades, and even flamethrowers.
Weakness: Heavy artillery.
Scariness Factor: 3-The CGI is very questionable, first things first. Also, at first glance, these bots are actually kind of adorable, especially the small ones. Of course, that's probably to hide the deadly weapons they carry, and as they get bigger, they look more threatening.
Trivia: -This film had its premiere at the rather prestigious film festival of Sci-Fi London.
-Surveillance robots are nothing new to the military. The difference is that pretty much all of them are completely harmless.