Cyxork 7 (2006)

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RAY WISE and SONYA SMITH star as washed-up action hero Kommander 88 and struggling filmmaker Angela LaSalle in this dark and twisted comedy. They're filming "Cyxork 7," latest sequel in a ... See full summary »

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  • Joseph Culp - only an immense ego can keep a movie shoot together and only meditation can protect that precious sense of self.
  • Rebecca Corry and Greg Proops. The Masters of Media Madness. No joke is too cruel, no jab too low.
  • Sonya Smith and her desperate film crew have to fight earthquakes and egos.
  • Ray Wise and Cassandra Creech out to save the world. One last time, they give it all for those fans who stuck it out until sequel number 7.
  • Cassandra Creech - Cyxork 7's action heroine fights the loving embrace of the evil Cyxork machine.
  • Gary Robert and Cassandra Creech. The Mutant is not as fresh in Cyxork's 7th sequel, but still menacing.

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20 August 2006 | jasonbrown
| Fun on an earthquake fault-line
It's a shame you can't say this more often, but every time I've seen this film I've had fun.

I screened 'Cyxork 7' during the programming process for the 2006 Carolina Film & Video Festival and loved it. Too often films that are trying to say something over-think their audience and suck the life out of the genre. John Huff's crazy 'movie-crew on a fault-line' premise contains tons of great commentary on society and movies, but none of that gets in the way of the jokes and characters. I saw over 1,000 films last year (both shorts & features), and Cyxork was one of the top ten experiences I had.

Picking the movie up again nearly a year later, it's still fun. Ray Wise's performance is fantastic and layered (as usual). And I can't say it enough - the movie looks great. Not just acceptable or tolerable or expected for a genre picture. John Huff and Michael Negrin do a great job of making this a visually entertaining movie.

More people should see this film.

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