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Even if you were part of the latter, the one thing you will remember is Adrian Paul, with his wet look hair and errie resemblance to a young Sean Connery. To the horror of Lambert fanboys across the board, Paul,
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In the wake of another devastating terrorist attack, the United States government passes the Freedom of Observation Act, a law requiring
I’ve just been sent the trailer, and I couldn’t resist sharing it. So look beyond the leap, and feast your eyes on some seriously imbalanced film-making.
Here’s the frankly bonkers synopsis for what promises to be a definite filmic curio:
In the wake of another devastating terrorist attack, the United States government passes the “Freedom of Observation Act, a law requiring all communications and surveillance cameras to be constantly monitored for national security.
In the near future as fear of terrorism escalates, privacy is a luxury of the past. Now, in people’s homes, on the streets, in the workplace, everyone is constantly being watched by mobile robotic cameras known as “Eyeborgs.” But are the cameras just watching ... or are they up to something else? As an increasing number of people die in bizarre ways, federal agent Gunner Reynolds (Adrian Paul, TV’s "Highlander") is determined to find out after he realizes that a camera has recorded an event much differently than he recalls.
Directors: Richard Clabaugh
Writers: Richard Clabaugh & Fran Clabaugh
Review by: Ben Austwick
Rating: 8 out of 10
The London Sci-Fi Film Festival opened in grand style with two Imperial Stormtroopers flanking the entrance to the lavish Piccadilly Circus Apollo, and trays of canapes and beverages doing the rounds while we reclined with Playstation 3s. But enough of the high life! It's films you're here for and films you'll get.
The festival opened with the world premier of Richard Clabaugh's “Eyeborgs”, a satirical sci-fi romp that tackles government surveillance, War on Terror paranoia and good old-fashioned technofear head-on. In a future USA where terrorist atrocities have ushered in autonomous, roaming surveillance robots with police powers – the titular eyeborgs - the President's unassuming rock singer nephew finds himself at the centre of a conspiracy that hinges on the evidence of the camera vs that of the human eye.
In response to terrorism, the Us government sanctions the use of free-roaming robotic creatures to monitor every-day life. Initially the “Eyeborgs” discourage crime and are accepted by the general public. But a series of sinister events begin to unfold, bringing the robots’ allegiance into question. Adrian Paul plays a Homeland Security agent who begins investigating a simple crime but realizes he’s only at the tip of an ominous iceberg. The film has some topical relevance with ongoing battles against ‘terror’ overseas
Scripted by Richard and Fran Clabaugh, Eyeborgs stars Adrian Paul, Megan Blake, Luke Eberl and Danny Trejo and centers on a new government security program involving robotic creatures that are essentially ambulatory security cameras. Needless to say, these critters that are intended to protect us wind up becoming a new threat. The movie has its official website here (though right now it’s just hosting that trailer) and a MySpace page here.
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