Omega Doom

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Overview

In this future-set sci-fi action adventure the post-holocaust world in which mankind was defeated by his own machines is now populated and controlled by cyborgs carrying sharpened sticks and laser boomerangs. Omega Doom (Rutger Hauer) is one such cyborg. He is programmed to destroy everything that moves until a sharp blow to the head causes a short and makes him want to help the planet's few remaining human beings regain control.
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Overview

In this future-set sci-fi action adventure the post-holocaust world in which mankind was defeated by his own machines is now populated and controlled by cyborgs carrying sharpened sticks and laser boomerangs. Omega Doom (Rutger Hauer) is one such cyborg. He is programmed to destroy everything that moves until a sharp blow to the head causes a short and makes him want to help the planet's few remaining human beings regain control.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; Theatrical trailers; Talent files; Interactive menus; Scene selections
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/28/2004
  • UPC: 043396073449
  • Original Release: 1996
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:24:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Rutger Hauer Omega Doom
Shannon Whirry
Norbert Weisser , The Head
Tina Cote
Anna Katarina
Jill Pierce
Technical Credits
Albert Pyun Director, Original Story, Screenwriter
Shelly Boies Costumes/Costume Designer
Thomas Karnowski Co-producer, Producer
George Mooradian Cinematographer
Ken Morrisey Editor
Ed Naha Screenwriter
Nenad Pecur Production Designer
Barr Potter Executive Producer
Tony Riparetti Score Composer
Paul Rosenblum Executive Producer
Gary Schmoeller Producer
Mark Scoon Co-producer
Joe Shugart Editor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Start [1:35]
2. Memory Destroyed [5:07]
3. Roms & Droids [2:23]
4. The Head [4:21]
5. What's Going On [5:54]
6. Bartender Drone [1:07]
7. Can-Opening [3:28]
8. Doom's Offer [5:55]
9. Morko Asks for It [5:32]
10. Zed [4:15]
11. Signs of the Past [3:07]
12. An Obvious Trap? [1:27]
13. Zed's Plan [1:27]
14. "This Is a Trick." [1:05]
15. Angel vs. Princess [1:09]
16. Preparing a Welcome [2:48]
17. "Who Is This Male?" [2:10]
18. Work-in-Progress [1:53]
19. Pure Evil [1:18]
20. A Problem to Solve [2:43]
21. Memory Probe [1:38]
22. Empty [1:29]
23. Doom vs. Blackheart [4:26]
24. One More Morph [4:46]
25. "Town's Yours." [1:56]
26. Last Sunset [1:48]
27. "You Are Omega Doom." [1:48]
28. End Credits [:55]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Subtitles
      English
      Spanish/Español
      Portuguese/Português
      Chinese
      Korean
      Thai
      Subtitles Off
   Special Features
      Rutger Hauer Talent Files
      Theatrical Trailers
         Omega Doom
         Blind Fury
         Artic Blue
   Scene Selections
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Blade Runner and T2 Meet Logan's Run

    Sure to become a cult classic, Omega Doom features Rutger Hauer (Blind Fury; Ladyhawke; Flesh & Blood) in the title role as a reformed 'bot', reprogrammed by humans to reform the planet one deadly dual at a time. An engaging battle of strategy and wits, the movie's highlights are its stunt-filled action sequences. Outnumbered ten to one, but lightning-fast, Omega Doom arrives in a wasted fomer city and begins his quest to destroy evil by secretly aligning himself with each of two warring cyborg factions. One by one, he shrewdly isolates and out-draws each member of the two groups, including Anna Katarina, whose day-long death scene is nearly over-the-top, and Jill Pierce who shows no mercy and is given none. In the climatic battle, he meets his match and is done-for until the meek bartender (Shannon Whirry) finds the courage to join a disemobdied head (sardoniclly played by Norbert Weisser) to help Omega Doom. After vanquishing the quickest and smartest remaining cyborg, Hauer heads North where there's talk of 'another like you.'

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