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The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn

Killer Robots! Crash and Burn, The (2016) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  100m  •    •  Directed by: Sam Gaffin.  •  Starring: Shawn C. Phillips, Mandaddy, Sam Gaffin, Jenna Hellmuth, Jesus Rodriguez, Linda Lindhorst, Gina Lockwood, Samuel Williams, Ben Martino, Torie Martin, Brian Manowitz, Tim Wiley, Grace Kreeger.  •  Music by: Sam Gaffin.
    Robot mercenaries are sent on a mission to activate a machine that will bring about a new age of enlightenment and prosperity.

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Review:

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Tons of amazing costumes, outstanding visuals, so many cheesy one- liners my brain hurt lol, and great characters. The music will probably become a cult classic by itself, it fits perfectly with the tone of the film. It's one of those movies that feels like you took an actual journey with the characters themselves... and ended up a better person at the conclusion.

Apparently they made this with no budget over 5 years, and if that's the case, it's incredible. Either they had some money or an extreme amount of time and dedication, either way... kudos for making the trippiest film I've seen since the Forbidden Zone.

So if you like B-rated science fictionfantasy, check this out... you won't be disappointed. And it's totally a B-class film, in the likes of Dr. Who, Red Dwarf, and Manborg, so don't be expecting Star Wars or Transformers quality film-making.

But if you want to see something that will expand the limits of your imagination, check out "Killer Robots! Crash and Burn". This is independent film-making at it's finest, this is the type of movies we need more of. Sorry to end that sentence with a preposition.

Get the movie and a group of your friends, and watch this Saturday right around 4:19 pm... thank me later.


Review by lapelpinproductions_remo from the Internet Movie Database.

 

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