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He said it takes a cyborg to kill a cyborg. She's gonna prove him dead wrong.
|Directed by||Albert Pyun|
|Written by||Albert Pyun|
|Running time||90 min|
The cyborg Gabriel (Kris Kristofferson) was created to destroy all other cyborgs. He later rescues Nea (Kathy Long) by killing Simon (Scott Paulin), one of the other cyborgs. Gabriel trains Nea to become a cyborg killer and help him. They continue to kill cyborgs until Gabriel is torn in half by one of his targets and taken to the cyborg camp. Nea follows Jacob and challenges the cyborg leader Job (Lance Henriksen) to a fight. She ends up killing most of the cyborgs in the camp.
She finds Gabriel and straps him to her back. Together, they battle the cyborgs until Gabriel has her put him down so he can attach a dead cyborg's legs to himself. They then pursue a fleeing Job, but before they can catch him the Master Builder captures Nea's brother, taking him to Cyborg City. Meanwhile, Gabriel is battling Job and hits him in the face, causing it to explode. Job tells Gabriel that the cyborg population can't be stopped. Job dies moments later. Gabriel and Nea ride off into the sunset, in search of her brother and Cyborg CityCleaned.
- Kathy Long as Nea
- Kris Kristofferson as Gabriel
- Lance Henriksen as Job
- Scott Paulin as Simon
- Gary Daniels as David
- Nicholas Guest as Farmer
- Vincent Klyn as Ty (as Vince Klyn)
- Ben McCreary as Chance
- Bob Brown as 1st Marauder
- Jon H. Epstein as Matthew
- Burton Richardson as Marauder guard
- Nancy Thurston as Woman Bandit
- Edmund Tyler Wrenn as Boy
- Brad Langenberg as Master Builder
- Clare Hoak as Mother
- Casey Wallace as Young Nea
- Borovnisa Blervaque as Blu
Two sequels were planned, called "Knights 2: Cyborg City", and "Knights 3: Genesis" but they were never created due to the unpopularity of the original film.