"Sins of the Creators"

Films: Saturn 3 (1980)

Alias: Benson, Adam

Type: Man-Made

Location: Haunted Home

Height/Weight: 8 feet tall at least.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Our children are often a reflection of ourselves. In this case, the same applies to the children of steel. Pity Hector. Pity that his sanity died with his "father".

History: Captain Benson of the space station Saturn 3 was always considered to be a bit cuckoo for cocoa puffs. So you can only imagine one's thrill when he revealed that his mind was connected to Hector, the most recent in the "Demigod" series of robots. Unfortunately for him and everyone else on the station, Hector inherited the possessive and murderous aspects of Benson, and became desperate to acquire his identity, kill everyone, and then take their identities as well. And he wouldn't let dismantling get in the way either.

Notable Kills: Kills Benson, tricks everyone into thinking its him, and is revealed to be wearing his head in a twisted display of imitation and flattery.

Final Fate: Hector's rampage is put to an end when he places the mind chip in a brave man, who blows it up, taking him and Hector with the ensuing explosion.

Powers/Abilities: Can take on the identity of any man connected to him, copying their voices perfectly. He can also control most of the lesser robots to help him.

Weakness: Being arbitrarily separated from his link, as well as other means (as long as there is no possibility of him reassembling).

Scariness Factor: 4-A bit on the stiff side for certain, but Hector is what you get when there are no Xenomorphs around and the robot has to be the unstoppable predator in space. Tall, muscular, and with a disproportionally small insectoid head, Hector horrifies with his persistence and mad desire to be human in the worst way.

Trivia: -Hector reportedly cost over a million to make.

-Many aspects of this film were cut due to creative differences and personal taste. The latter affected a scene in which we actually see Hector remove the parts of Benson he needs to impersonate him. It was too horrific for words, according to those who have seen it.

Image Gallery

And here he is, front and center.

"Oh, what's the worst that could happen? Nothing ever bad happens in space!"
Not sure if that's a permanent solution.

Real classy, guys.

"STOP! I have a capsule! I'm sure it does something!"

"Look into my eyes...the only way I prefer, that is."
Fear the unseeable...of which will be hard, considering how big this thing is..

There's nothing wrong with robot-human relationships...except with Hector, for OBVIOUS reasons.