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Norton Cyberdyne, a multinational corporation which produces military defense technology, has created a SYNthesized GENetic ORGganizsm - Syngenor. A "super soldier" The perfect killing machine. There's just one problem # a prototype creature has gotten loose and has begun a bloody killing spree. Paula Gorski (Riva Spier), a beautiful but undermining executive, decides to allow Syngenor to ree more terror. She sees this as an opportunity to let C.E.O. Carter Brown (David Gale) take the fall for the disaster. Meanwhile down in the basement of the building, a horde of newly spawned Syngenors has emerged. An ensuing battle rages against the creatures contained within the building.
Terrible. The case art was the best part of this DVD. This was a bad effort by uncle Jeb and his new camcorder. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. Childers
This is a poor semi-sequel to director William Malone's SCARED TO DEATH (1980). Malone did not direct this sequel (although he did create the monster costume) and it is the last... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Fred Adelman
What made this film so much fun was primarily David Gale's over the top acting in his role. The rest of the film was fun in a nostalgia (pre CGI) way as well.Published on July 8, 2013 by Bruce H.
Not as good as "Scared to Death" but still lots of fun. The monsters are shown more than in "Scared to Death", and they can do more by way of animatronics, and... Read morePublished on November 24, 2012 by JOHN TAGTMEIER JR.
I ran across this totally by accident and I am glad I did. Despite annoying leads, this movie is worth watching for a few reasons. David Gale as Carter was an absolute hoot. Read morePublished on June 11, 2007 by Music Lover in Omaha
As I like watching sci-fi movies once in a while, I rented SYNGENOR with no special prejudices in mind. Director George Elanjian Jr. Read morePublished on March 8, 2006 by Daniel S.