Killer Robots! Crash and Burn (2016)

killerDirector: Sam Gaffin

Writer: Sam Gaffin (Screenplay)

Starring: Sam Gaffin, Charles Harris, Mike McGowan, Samuel Williams, Char Calaquian, Jenna Hellmuth, Andy Jones


Plot: Robot mercenaries are sent on a mission to activate a machine that will bring about a new age of enlightenment.


There may be spoilers the rest of the review


Verdict: Uniquely Bonkers


Story: The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn starts as we learn the universe is now being run by robots and we follow four criminal robots Auto (Gaffin), Trog (Harris), Max (McGowan) and Strobo (Williams) who take part in a deadly violent game for entertainment purposes. When they killed they get resurrected to go on a secret mission.

The mission is to save the planet they are living on from total destruction but this mission isn’t going to be easy and their wanted status will make each decision difficult.

The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn is a film that does take time to get into because you get thrown into such an unusual world. Once you are into the world this turns into the film that can really be enjoyed as you watch our heroes take on an array of villains in this utterly bonkers world. The story is actually easy to follow even if we do continue to get more villains introduced as the film unfolds.


Actor Review


Sam Gaffin: Auto is one of the robots sent on this mission where he comes out with all of the maddest lines through the film. Sam does good with all the duties he takes on through the film from the lead actor, writer and director.

Charles Harris: Trog is the brute and destroyer in the team who they turn to when they want added strength in the battles. Charles is good getting the laughs in his own ways.

Mike McGowan: Max is similar to Auto in the way he is wise cracking but slightly more cowardly when it comes to the fights. Michael is good just like the rest making his character his own.

Samuel Williams: Strobo is the leader of this team that must guide the rest on the mission, he is happy to take control of the situation when the others get out of hand. Samuel works in this roles well, being different to the rest of the characters.

Support Cast: The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn has a supporting cast that are all weird and wonderful to fit in the universe created here.

Director Review: Sam GaffinSam give us a film that will definitely be a true cult classic in the future because if the unique visuals through the film.


Action: The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn is filled with over the top action sequences with all the creations in the world we are watching.

Fantasy: The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn throws us into this fantasy world where we see the robots running all the world with their own war going on.

Sci-Fi: The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn has us entering into a dystopian future where robots run the planets with their own wars.

Settings: The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn uses the settings to take us to this fantasy world we find ourselves in with each looking the part for the story being told.
Special Effects
: The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn has special effects that work perfectly for the world created, they are not breath-taking but they make this film the unique vision we get.

Suggestion: The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn is one to try if you want to see something completely different. (Try It)


Best Part: Unique visual experience.

Worst Part: It does take time to get used to the world we have to enter.


Believability: No

Chances of Tears: No

Chances of Sequel: Yes

Post Credits Scene: No


Oscar Chances: No

Runtime: 1 Hour 40 Minutes


Overall: This will go down as a true cult classic in the future.




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