About the film
disc jockey cyborg killer robot artist nuclear radiation post-apocalyptic future dystopia sculpture based on comic murder robot as menace independent film blood cyberpunk violence desert surveillance apartment cult film security system voyeur drought polluted air population control home security junk art synthetic drug computer technology overpopulated world scavengers industrial pollution
Release Date: September 14, 1990
|Slogan||:||«You can't stop progress.»|
|Genres||:||Science Fiction, Thriller|
|Production Companies||:||Palace Pictures, British Screen Productions, Wicked Films|
|Producers||:||Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, JoAnne Sellar, Stephen Woolley, Karen Lindsay-Stewart, Nik Powell, Paul Trijbits, Ray Corbett, Trix Worrell, Elizabeth Karlsen|
Mark 13 is a government-built killing machine programmed with artificial intelligence, able to repair and recharge itself from any energy source. Through a series of coincidences, the cyborg's head ends up in the home of a sculptress as a bizarre Christmas present from her boyfriend. Once inside its new home, the cyborg promptly reconstructs the rest of its body using a variety of household utensils and proceeds to go on a murderous rampage.