Films: Robotropolis (2011)
Location: Civilized Area/Forest
Height/Weight: Twice that of an average human.
Summary: Some people are cautiously optimistic of the idea of robots becoming a part of everyday life. The optimism comes from just how many advancements in tech that would mean for us. On the other hand, we could very well have a disaster on our hands...
History: There's a whole city in this world where both man and machine coexist. Well actually, it’s one where the robots do most of our work. But then, as one would fear the most, a glitch in the system causes the robots to go berserk, attacking anybody within sight. Soon, many are sent on the run as the people who made these bots in the first place try to come up with a solution.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After most of the city has been leveled, the survivors are cornered by the robots. However, with the development of new code, it is left ambiguous at to whether the robots had their victory or were soon put to rest by the new code.
Powers/Abilities: Some can shift their bodies into more dog-like forms to pursue targets.
Weakness: Heavy artillery.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-Some off-putting CGI may get in the way of these robots, but they have their unsettling allure. They appear pristine and friendly at first, but all it takes is one malfunction for them to turn into killers capable of folding you in half. And while seeing them act like dogs can seem silly, and it kind of is, that just means they can catch up to you easier.
Trivia: -This film was directed by Christopher Hatton, who seems to enjoy writing sci-fi ventures, and even wrote two episodes of "Star Trek: The Next Generation".
-This whole film was shot in Singapore.