Syngenor: Synthesized Genetic Organism (2003) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
SYNGENOR concerns an evil corporation called Norton Cyberdyne that is secretly building synthetic beings to be used as super-soldiers in the coming middle-eastern world war. Shockingly, said beings are released so they can roam around the Cyberdyne building, tearing hapless victims to pieces. This is all done as part of a plot to drive the corporate head Carter Brown (David Gale himself!) bananas. It works. Brown loses his mind entirely, which causes him to grimace, laugh demonically, and to continually ask people to hold him. Gale is all ham, but at least he’s good USDA choice ham! He’s also the best thing about the movie. As for the monsters themselves, while not a total disgrace, they aren’t all that menacing either. The costumes aren’t bad, just not very scary or unsettling. Now, there is a scene at the end where one SYNGENOR has a fairly cool meltdown. Anyway, I’d watch this one again as it has it’s goofy charms going for it. For extra points, watch for Melanie “Daughter Of The Shat” Shatner as Carter Brown’s niece! Enjoy…
About Syngenor: Synthesized Genetic Organism (2003)
Starring: Starr Andreeff, Mitchell Laurance, David Gale, Charles Lucia, Riva Spier
Runtime: 98 minutes
Director: George Elanjian Jr.