“Steel of the wasteland”

Films: Cyborg X (2016)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Desert/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Mankind's obsession with war-tailored robotics is gonna get us all killed, mark our words. Especially if the glitch that inevitably happens is seen as a benefit instead of a mistake. Oh sure, the apocalypse was totally worth it.

History: One day, the government funded perhaps the riskiest project ever. That being turning POWs into super-powered cyborgs to send back into the battlefield. Barbaric? Yes. Incredibly prone to disaster? Very much so. Naturally, the whole thing malfunctioned, and the world was deprived of almost all humans while the environment actually pulled through, all things considered. Now, the survivors struggle against the dreaded Cyborg X army as the bigwigs stay where they are.

Notable Kills: One of the messiest headshots we've seen in a while. Clean ones a plasma cannon does not make.

Final Fate: After countless people die, a person pushes the red button that causes the cyborgs to stop working. The bunker is then blown up for good measure. The fight to reclaim the Earth from the robot menace continues.

Powers/Abilities: All Cyborg Xs have great strength and firepower, usually in the form of miniguns or plasma cannons.

Weakness: Their heads. Also, if there's a kill code somewhere, use it.

Scariness Factor: 4-Almost all of these bio-mechanical beings look buff and intimidating. It's as if someone cloned the Tom Hardy version of Bane, and gave him a gun for an arm. And there's many of them, trying to turn others into mindless robo-soldiers. Come prepared...

Trivia: -This film was directed by K. King (yes, that is his preferred name), who seems to always want Danny Trejo in a major role every time he's in the director’s seat.

-This was the first American production to star Julian Thome, a German singer and producer.

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FINALLY! A spin on that age-old phrase!
Cue "I am Machine" from Three Days Grace.
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