Films: Robot Holocaust (1986)
Alias: The Dark One
Location: Forest/Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of average humans.
Summary: So, your big fantasy epic won't sell, according to you friends. Tough titty. Perhaps it you threw in some robots, everything will be fine!
History: After the great Robot Rebellion of '33, much of the world has been left in ruins, with cities crumbled and forests taking its place. The land is infested with worm-like mutants and the influence of the Dark One, a robotic overlord who has assimilated many, and killed many more with his robot army. But now, a team of wandering adventures (and an annoying good bot) plans on ending his tyranny.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: The Dark One himself is ultimately killed when he's stupidly flanked by a guy with a sword. His reign is over.
Powers/Abilities: The Dark One makes many robots, usually out of living human beings.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-We cannot lie that the Dark One's design is rather hardcore. A pity that he's a lousy fighter. It baffles us that he managed to overthrow mankind. Then again, he might have had more robotic henchmen, who look just as gnarly as he.
Trivia: -This film has music from other films by director Charles Band, such as the score from "Laserblast".
-This film was the first color film to be riffed in the first season of MST3K, after both the fans and the crew demanded less black-and-white fair.