Manborg (2011) Trailer

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Manborg (2011) - Trailer

Manborg (2011) - Trailer
Year: 2011
Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy, Comedy, Adventure
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M59S
Cast: Christine Elise, Conor Sweeney, Matthew Kennedy, Kyle Hebert, Adam Camara, Adam Brooks, Mackenzie Murdock, Meredith Sweeney, William O'Donnell, Dylan Gyles, John Titley, Evan Petkau, Kayla Gagnon, Tony Porteous, Ludwig Lee, Shannon Lawton, Jeremy Gillespie, Danielle Mailhot, Andrea Karr, Victoria Kostanski, Mike Kostanski, Mike Toogood, Ivan Henwood, Jon'Nathon Stebbe, Stephen Gomori, Brian Edward Roach, James Micthell, Bobby Yee, Steven Kostanski, Mark Pinder
Director(s): Steven Kostanski

Manborg brings back that 80\"s B movie feel to the horror movie genre. I like the feel of Casshern in this film as well. If your into 80\"s B movies, this film is a must see. Manborg is half man and half cyborg. This super soldier hero rises from the dead to fight an army of N*zi vampires and demons led by Count Draculon (Adam Brooks). Synopsis: It is the future and N*zi vampires led by the nefarious Count Draculon (Adam Brooks) and his minions rise from the bowels of Hell and take over the planet. A ragtag group of rebels is fighting back but their rebellion is effectively crushed, leaving nothing but scorched earth on which the Hellions plan to build their new world. After a personal confrontation with the Count, a soldier (Matthew Kennedy) is blasted into oblivion only to awake in the dark future to find most of his body replaced Robocop-style with cybernetic enhancements. A mysterious inventor has turned his bloodied remains into Manborg, cyborg of destruction.

Directed by: Steve Kostanski

A soldier, brought back to life as a cyborg, fights alongside a band of adventurers against demon hordes in a dystopian future.

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