"Few things can be said about this movie. Let's put it this way. I haven't thrown up in a really long time. Probably since the age of 13, I'm 40 now. One night the wife and I decided we wanted a good sci-fi flick so we picked up Cybernator. The entire family is sitting in the living room watching this disgrace. My children were crying and I was violently wretching on my wife's face. Cybernator was so awful that if I got a water gun, painted my face white, and spoke like my baby daughter it would be more Science Fiction-y. This moive impacted my family very much. The morning after I awoke to realize that my wife and children had moved out. She left a note about how she could not love a man who introduced his family to Cybernator. She said that if one of the children dies that she would tell officers that they were murdered by me. The letter ended with her saying that after watching Cybernator I pretty much had already murdered my family. It's been tough lately. Since my divorce I walk the streets-face painted white, carrying a super soaker. I only respond if I am referred to as 'Cybernator.' I have acquired the ability to fly too! Thank you Robert Rundle...thank you for my hell that some might call life. Death to the Cybernator!"
vincentgarage | NY, USA | 08/07/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Robert Rundle is a genius. How he conned anyone into giving him money to film this piece of ... is beyond me. I do give credit to the emotion in this movie, namely it causing a sense of suicidal despair. I would have ... ... ... away 80 minutes of my life than sit through this thing. Oh no, I'm getting the headaches again."
J. Wong | Jackson Heights, NY United States | 01/25/2002
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I actually like B movies, but the problem is, this one is so horrible, it makes me sick. Usually B movies are entertaining in their own way, but this one just churns your stomach and makes your head hurt. Bad acting, bad story, and it isn't even "funny" bad, like some B movies are. Avoid at all cost."
Horrible. Just simply horrible.
The Whatever Dude | houston, tx United States | 12/12/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I had gotten this at Movie Exchange just a week before thanksgiving. I saw this along with another movie, Hyperspace. I paid only $1.70 for both films....and in terms of Cybernator, I still think I paid WAY too much for this travesty. It's horrible, boring, and completely stupid and unoriginal.
Cybernator takes place in the year 2010, where the Earth has become a world where the economy has collapsed, the government has fallen, and all power has fallen under military control as military trained cyborg assassins have turned against them. It all starts off with a Crooked Senator and his hooker girlfriend entering a hotel room. They're about to start knockin' boots when the hooker is killed by cyborgs and the senator gets a similar fate. Then cut to some strip club where dumb music is playing and then it starts to focus on our main character, L.A. Police Officer Brent McCord (Whom like one reviewer said, looks like Corey Feldman crossed with John Stamos) and his partner, Jim Weaver (Our token black guy.) Unfortunately, Jim gets killed in the middle of the movie which leaves Brent to work things out himself. Brent later discovers something about his past, along with his girlfriend, who doesn't really look that pretty. The cyborgs are lead by Colonel Peck, played by William Smith from Maniac Cop, who can't even save this movie from being so awful.
Overall, the movie just plain sucks. On November 20, 2008, this film gained itself a #2 spot on my worst movies list (The first of course, being Howling II, the third being Brave Frog.) If anything the C.I.A. should use this sewage leak of a film on terrorists.
Avoid this "movie" at all costs."
Ed Woods | Fairfield, CT United States | 08/13/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Pure comic genius. DVD was packed with terrible moments that strike fear into and shame into anyone who sat thru this movie. This movie gives hope to any up and coming film producers; anyone can make anything, and everyone will buy it."