Nomination Year: 2002
SYNOPSIS: In the year 2077, four sex droids are stolen from a megacorp and the corporation hires an ace robot tracker (an almost unrecognizable Marc Singer) to get them back. He teams up with a sexy cyberneticist (because, hey, there aren't already enough naked women in this movie) and goes looking for the droids. Eventually, he finds the original thief (Matthias Hues, who actually does look like Marc Singer) who's been doublecrossed by his buyers and teams up with Marc for a share of the loot. Then it's off to an underwater city in the ruins of old LA to fight the bad guys and recover the sex robots. I could tell it was going to be a good movie when I saw the previews. There were two ... and one was for this movie.
- Most Ludicrous Premise
They've Gone to Ground
The corporate boss sends Marc Singer out to find missing sex droids. He has experience on the surface.
- "Let's Up The Rating To 'R'"
So That's What They Call It These Days
Marc Singer goes looking for the sex droids in a whorehouse. "Don't mind me, I'm just calibrating my scanner."
Oh, is that what you call it?
- Deus Ex Machina
The villain's henchman has just gotten orders to kill Matthias Hues. Poor Matthias is unarmed, alone, and taken completely by surprise. Good thing the henchman forgot to load his gun!
- Best One-Liner
"I'm Always Trying To Get Ahead."
"I'm always trying to get ahead." Ahead -- is that one word or two?
- Worst Special Effect
Bluescreen Ancient Helicopter
The ancient helicopter on blue screen. You'd think they would be able to get blue-screen technology right after all these years. You would be incredibly wrong.
- Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame Marc Singer Dar the Beastmaster and Mike Donovan on V Matthias Hues Rochelle Swanson Robin Clarke Kin Shriner Has been on many soap operas Robert Quarry Count Yorga Ross Hagen not only did he play "Rommel" in the MST3K "classic" film The Sidehackers, he also produced it Fred Olen Ray Brinke Stevens master's degree in marine biology Richard Gabai writer/director/producer of Assault of the Party Nerds and its sequel, among others....
Director Claim to Fame Fred Olen Ray in addition to directing films, he wrestles in the ACW
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