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Eve of Destruction (1991)

A terrorist hunter is hired by a scientist to deactivate her android double, a walking, talking, murderous nuclear bomb which has gone amok in the big city and is about to explode.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Colonel Jim McQuade
Dr. Eve Simmons / Eve VIII
General Curtis
Bill Schneider
Peter Arnold
Steve the Robot
Nelson Mashita ...
Scientist / Waiter
Alan Haufrect ...
Dr. Heller
Maryedith Burrell ...
Dawn Perlin
Norman Merrill ...
First Scientist
Young Man on Train (as Craig Oldfather)
Bank Robber #1
Bank Robber #2


Eve is a robot, modelled on "her" creator. Eve's armoury includes a nuclear bomb, which for unexplained reasons is on-board during Eve's testing. When things go wrong during the tests, Eve is lost in the big city. Enter the rescue team, which includes the real (human) Eve. They must find and disarm her before she goes "bang". Eve is programmed to protect herself at all costs, so when she runs into a problem, she resorts to her super strength; hence the destruction. Written by Rob Hartill

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They gave her looks. Brains. Nuclear capabilities. Everything but an "off" switch. See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence and language | See all certifications »




Release Date:

18 January 1991 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A pusztítás hírnöke  »

Filming Locations:


Box Office


$13,000,000 (estimated)


$5,451,119 (USA)

Company Credits

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


'Richard Collier (I)''s last film. See more »


The steering wheel airbag that deploys in the BMW remains completely inflated after deployment, interfering with the driver's ability to steer. Air bags begin to deflate through built-in openings within 1/10th of a second or less after deployment, as they are designed to cushion an impact by decelerating a head and torso. See more »


Colonel Jim McQuade: Well this is quite some toy you have yourselves here gentlemen. I suppose you want me to put it back in its box.
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Referenced in Seinfeld: The Dog (1991) See more »


Written by Pat Schunk and Tom Kramer
Performed by Mindy
Published by Cue Gardens Music, Schunk Songs and Inappropriate Music (ASCAP)
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A good sci-fi B Movie
25 May 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The premise of this film is how robots, complete with comprehensive copies of human minds and with immense strength, power and armament, may deal with the darker parts of their copied brain. Renée Soutendijk gets to play both the human creator, Dr Eve, and her robot copy named Eve VIII, and pretty juicy parts they are to play too, poles apart, and every good actors dream role. And a pretty good job she does too, never too overplayed, never too crude, just subtle.

When Eve VIII escapes and appears to go on to blood letting of extreme proportions we are treated to some insight into the darker parts of Dr Eve's mind, at first to titillate and then to hunt the errant robot down. And it is not badly done either. Okay some of the dialogue may be a little comical or flawed at times, but the underlying tale is always watchable and that is what films are supposed to be. Tension is ratcheted up nicely throughout, and the ending is almost as good as one would expect from this kind of B movie genre. It certainly puts to shame many much more hyped up pieces of the sci-fi genre around on the circuits these days.

Worth a watch and six out of ten.

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