Click to See Cover!
Crash and Burn (1990)

Nomination Year: 1992
SYNOPSIS:  In the post-apocalyptic future, corporations rule. At a remote outpost somewhere in the desert, several people become stranded in the company of a malfunctioning android who decides to murder all of them. It seems his "Jiminy Chip," a type of electronic conscience, has "crashed and burned." Luckily, there's a derelict giant robot nearby -- if only they can get it to work, they might overpower the android.

"Let's Up The Rating To 'R'"

Warning: Do Not Use in Wet Areas
A mysterious man comes up behind Christy in the shower (of course there's a shower scene). He claps his hands over her eyes and begins to make love to her from behind. Christy doesn't seem to mind in the least; in fact, she seems to enjoy it quite a bit. That is, until she turns around to discover it's a murderous android with half his face ripped off. No sooner has she made this discovery then he's grabbed her with one hand, the shower head with the other, and begins to run about 800 volts through her wet, naked body. A couple important safety tips here, kids:
  1. Never allow electrically-powered appliances in the shower with you, no matter what the appliance does.
  2. You should always practice safe sex, which includes at least turning around to see who it is first.

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Paul Ganus  
Megan Ward  
Ralph Waite  
Katherine Armstrong  
Eva LaRue Callahan  
Director Claim to Fame
Charles Band Produced nearly every crappy thing that Roger Corman didn't, and directed quite a bit of it 

Bryan Cassidy

To the Film Gallery Return to Lobby
[Smithee Film Gallery] [Return to Lobby]


© 2011-2014 Bryan D. Cassidy, Greg Pearson, Matthew Quirk, and Kevin Hogan. All Rights Reserved.