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Android Apocalypse -- In an age when Machines dominate the world, the fate of man rests in the hands of an outlaw and an android.


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24 June 2006 (USA) See more »
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In an age when Machines dominate the world, the fate of man rests in the hands of an outlaw and an android. | Add synopsis »
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Wendy Anderson ... Mrs. Carlson

Scott Bairstow ... Jute
Ian Black ... Prisoner #2
Brian Dueck ... Bartender
Mike Fleischhaker ... Batter (as Mike 'Fly' Fleishakker)
Brian Hlushko ... Eric Carlson (as Brian Hlusko)

Shannon Jardine ... Joy

Chris Jericho ... TeeDee
Neil Krause ... Prisoner #1

Joey Lawrence ... DeeCee (as Joseph Lawrence)
Terrance Leigh ... Trooper #1 / Transport Driver (as Terrance Leight)
Corey Livingstone ... Borka

Amy Matysio ... Rachael
Darla Middlebrook ... Boss Lady

Anne Bedian ... Tranc (as Anne Nahabedian)
Mike O'Brien ... Link Hamilton
Aidan Simpson ... Polton
Troy Skog ... Varrta
Jodi Stecyk ... Cop #1 / Prisoner #3
Ron Webber ... Tough Guy (as Ron Weber)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Daniel Ford Beavis ... Moneyman (uncredited)
Richard Dick ... The Talking Penis (uncredited)
Rob Hoskins ... Prisoner #4 (uncredited)

Directed by
Paul Ziller 
Writing credits
Karl Schiffman (written by)

Produced by
Kim Berlin .... producer
Meyer Shwarzstein .... executive producer
Gail Tilson .... producer
Original Music by
Todd Bryanton 
Cinematography by
Mark Dobrescu 
Film Editing by
Arthur Tarnowski 
Casting by
Paul Weber 
Production Design by
Bob Bottieri 
Costume Design by
Cathy McComb 
Makeup Department
Jennifer Forberg .... assistant makeup artist
Tracy George .... makeup department head
Nina McArthur .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Diane Boehme .... executive in charge of production
Shelley Gillen .... executive in charge of production
Pierre Thériault .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dwain Dupley .... second assistant director (as Dwayne Duplies)
Elizabeth Farrer .... third assistant director
Kevin Leslie .... first assistant director
Art Department
Katie Bowes .... props assistant
Bruce Gammell .... property master
Simon Haywood-Anderson .... assistant set decorator
Andrew Hudyma .... set decorator buyer
Will Moffatt .... set dresser
Chuck Prongua .... storyboard artist
Sound Department
Jay Debienne .... sound effects editor
Danny Duperrault .... cable puller
Danny Duperrault .... utility sound
Tracy Gerlach .... assistant dialogue editor
Steve Hasiak .... sound re-recording mixer
Wade Maude .... boom operator
Billy Morton .... foley artist
Billy Morton .... foley editor
Ron Osiowy .... location sound mixer
Evan Rust .... sound re-recording mixer
Ryan Schriml .... sound effects editor
Al Sherbin .... background sound editor
Jeff Smulan .... foley recordist
Special Effects by
Dean Campbell .... special effects assistant
Bob David .... pyrotechnician
Mike Friesen .... special effects technician
Neil Krause .... special effects technician
Wade Maurer .... special effects key
Stacy Wegner .... special effects prosthetics
Leo Wieser .... special effects supervisor
Visual Effects by
Philippe Langlois .... matte painter
Eric Normandin .... digital artist
Paul Saint-Hilaire .... Flame artist
Luc Sanfaçon .... digital artist
Jean-Sébastien Savard .... digital artist
Sebastien Veilleux .... digital compositor
Daniel Ford Beavis .... stunt double
Christian Fraser .... stunt double
Terrance Leigh .... stunt coordinator
Terrance Leigh .... stunt performer
Lori MacKay .... stunt double
Amy Matysio .... stunt performer
Joel McGowan .... utility stunts
Jodi Stecyk .... stunt double
Ron Webber .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Dustin Allen .... best boy lighting
Harley Bigstone .... grip
Latif Cavanaugh .... lamp operator
Cal Fehr .... still photographer
Dean Frank .... first assistant camera: second unit
Donovan Fraser .... first assistant camera
Shawn Fulton .... lighting technician
Curt Galindo .... lamp operator (as Curtis Calindo-Orozco)
Andrew Gordon .... gaffer
Rob Hillstead .... lamp operator (as Bob Hillsttead)
Nick Lamb .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Kevin Lheritier .... grip
Murray O'Shea .... generator operator
Johnny Radzik .... Steadicam operator
Johnny Radzik .... camera operator: "a" camera
Johnny Radzik .... director of photography: second unit
Scott Storm .... best boy grip
Nicole Wiwchar .... second assistant camera
Geoffrey Yates .... dolly grip (as Geoff Yates)
Animation Department
Tammy Smith .... motion designer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jafar Alizada .... wardrobe dailies
Candace Bank .... wardrobe dailies
Roxanne Brown .... wardrobe dailies
Sonja Clifton-Remple .... costume coordinator
Deanne Grass .... costume truck supervisor
Kerri La Londe .... cutter
Charity Martin .... on-set wardrobe supervisor
Robin Merrifield .... costume cutter
Beatrix Moersch .... costumer
Suzanne Rondeau .... wardrobe dailies
Cindy Rottenbucher .... wardrobe dailies
Joanna Vollhoffer .... assistant costume designer
Danika Wright .... wardrobe dailies
Editorial Department
Myriam Hoss-Desmarais .... post-production coordinator
Location Management
Stephan Fuchs .... assistant location manager
Clinton Kleisinger .... location manager
Nathan Mosewich .... location production assistant
Other crew
Dale Ross Braun .... production accountant
Jason Bryant .... lead stand-in
Sandi Cameron .... script supervisor
Paul Compton .... assistant production coordinator
Nigel Crook .... accountant: post-production
Derek J. Finnik .... photo double-scott bairstow
Tyler Forrest .... production assistant
Jemma Gilboy .... assistant script supervisor
Tim Kleisinger .... production assistant
David Lapp .... assistant accountant
Dana Lesiuk .... production coordinator
Jeff Martel .... writing assistant
Charity Martin .... set supervisor
Greg Morley .... assistant production manager
Jon Tewksbury .... office production assistant

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Also Known As:
"Facing Extinction" - Europe (English title)
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95 min

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[last lines]
Varrta:You useless defect... I made you
[last lines]
DeeCee:You cannot kill them all
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Movie Connections:
References The Defiant Ones (1958)See more »


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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
The usual nonsense, 10 September 2013
Author: Leofwine_draca from United Kingdom

ANDROID APOCALYPSE, a film set in some kind of dodgy post-apocalyptic world where android helpers are now the norm, is the usual kind of cheapo sci-fi made-for-TV movie trash. The central story, about an unlikely relationship between a human and an android wandering through an unfamiliar wilderness, is copied from ENEMY MINE, with the alien replaced by an android.

That's the only interesting part of the story, but sadly the script isn't really up to much and the characterisation is virtually zilch. Scott Bairstow does his best to deliver an edgy performance but Joseph Lawrence mistakes being wooden for being robotic and never comes across as believable in his crucial role. The other androids are even less authentic and the evil-government-corporation stuff is so hackneyed as to be totally passe.

I'm guessing this is a 'SyFy channel' movie because the production values are cheap and cheesy and the special effects are equally cheap and cheesy, and although a little bit fun to go with it. But overall, despite the title promising something explosive and action-packed, ANDROID APOCALYPSE is as defunct as a malfunctioning android and a film whose sole entertainment value comes from watching WWF star Chris Jericho getting beaten up as a robot wrestler.

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