Release date22 September 2011 (2011-09-22) (Fantastic Fest) WriterJeremy Gillespie, Steven Kostanski CastAdam Brooks (Doctor Scorpius / Draculon), Adam Camara (Civilian / Crowd Member), Jeremy Gillespie (The Baron), Stephen Gomori (Soldier), Dylan Gyles (Killborg Cop / Civilian / Crowd Member), Kyle Hebert (#1 Man (voice)) ScreenplaySteven Kostanski, Jeremy Gillespie Similar moviesThe Maze Runner, Appleseed, Terminator Genisys, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, Mad Max: Fury Road
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Manborg is a 2011 Canadian science-fiction action film by Astron-6.
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Count Draculon (Adam Brooks) and his Nazi vampire forces seek to take over Earth during the Hell Wars. A soldier (Matthew Kennedy) is killed attempting to fight the Count, then transformed into Manborg after his body is fitted with robotics. After Manborg becomes active in Mega-Death City, he meets with resistance fighters against Count Draculon. Justice (Conor Sweeney) is a gunfighter who resembles Billy Idol with an "Australian" accent who is joined by his sister Mina (Meredith Sweeney) and martial arts expert #1 Man (Ludwig Lee, voice-dubbed by Kyle Hebert).
Matthew Kennedy as Manborg
Adam Brooks as Count Draculon and Dr Scorpious
Meredith Sweeney as Mina
Conor Sweeney as Justice
Ludwig Lee as #1 Man (voice dubbed by Kyle Hebert)
Jeremy Gillespie as The Baron
Andrea Karr as Shadow Mega
Mike Kostanski as Little Guy
Production began in 2009, with approximately one year of filming followed by two years of post-production. Chroma key backdrops were used for most filmed scenes. Production costs were approximately $1,000 (CAD).
The first public screening of Manborg was on 22 September 2011 at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas.
Rick Groen of The Globe and Mail took a favourable view of Manborg, declaring it "cheap and cheesy, no doubt, but with some real tang and, occasionally, a strong bite". The Toronto Star's Peter Howell deemed the film "a marvel of DIY makeup, costuming and special effects" although he believed the production "would have been a much better movie without the cheese".