"The longest music video I've ever seen. Carnage and strobe lights"
One of those after the apocalypse things, but not with like tons of motorcycles and people stabbing each other in the throat for a handful of water. Nope, the other kind--The machines will all take over and decide to wipe out humans because we're not productive enough or some such futuristic propaganda.In very overdirected and showy fashion, some guy discovers an old robot carcass in the desert. Being the typical male, he figures this disgusting artifact would make a perfect gift for his girlfriend. Turns out she's some kind of artsy-fartsy welder, like in Flashdance! Anyway, she loves the gross thing, throws it on the floor, and they drop to screw with very strategic lighting that suggests that perhaps we're not looking directly at her bare boobs anyway.
After that, is this: The robot activates itself, and starts slaughtering people. That's pretty much it, until it gets itself blowed up and good. If it seems that I've offered perhaps not enough 'plot exposition', try this: Make some whirring noises with your lips (robot activates itself), make some small explosions noises followed by little screams of horror (that's the slaughtering)...then make a deep booming sound. (That's the nasty robot getting his own damn medicine. Yeah, humanity.)
There are a few particular standouts, like the disgusting peeping-tom slob who gets a nasty death, and the aforementioned grind and hump scenes, which I feel are always integral to the advancement of the plot in most futuristic action-horror retreads.Yeah, you could do worse in the sci-fi/horror department, but maybe you could also just raise your standards a little instead. This one is heavy on the stylish, artsy, fresh out of film school gyrations, but there's more meat on Kate Moss than there is in this plot. Some solid carnage, but you can get that anywhere, only with considerably fewer strobe lights.