“He turned her on. Now she had to switch him off.”
Like Universal Soldier (1992), this Filipino exploitation flick features a dead soldier reconstructed and reanimated as an ultimate fighting machine, hence is a zombie tale of sorts. Unlike Universal Soldier, though, this one is a love story… of sorts… as well: it describes itself as “A Mechanical Love Affair”.
Killdroid (Philippines-[in production]; dir. Rico Maria Ilarde)
“A disturbed Goth schoolgirl who stumbles unwittingly across the remnants of a long abandoned military project designed to create an army of android killers from the processed bodies of dead soldiers. The girl takes on the mysteriously beautiful Killdroid as a lover, only to discover, too late, that its insatiable sexual appetite is inexorably linked with a need for slaughter.” (24Framespersecond.net)