The most evil robots of the world cinema
Samantha from The Deathly Friend
Perhaps Samantha and not completely angry, because her victims deserve what is happening to them. However, her methods and the very fact that Samantha, in fact, kills her creator, definitely guarantee inclusion on this list.
Vanessa Kensington "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Seduced Me"
She is definitely evil, but we are always sad to look at her self-liquidation.
Pris in Blade Runner
Despite the fact that she went beyond just a "model for pleasure," Pris made an unsuccessful choice to apply her abilities. Evil is not what you expect from a robot.
Auto is programmed to prevent people from being able to return to the ground, no matter what. But he's not evil just because. And because he makes an attempt to destroy the most attractive robot of all time - Vall!
ED-209 in Robocop
Like Robocop, ED-209 is created to stand guard over the law, but, unfortunately, it lacks the heart like Robocop. Without the ability to feel, the ED 209 simply becomes a ruthless deadly machine.
Meghodzilla in Godzilla v. Mekhgadzilla
Mehgodzilla is definitely a bad guy, especially since Godzilla has already made peace with humanity in this movie. Plus, it is managed by foreigners, making it completely evil.
AMEE in the Red Planet
AMEE embodies our greatest fear of robots: in one second they are useful, and then, suddenly, they turn against people. AMEE definitely puts before us the question: is it worth buying a robot for help around the house.
Robot shooter in the Western world
What could be worse than a robot programmed to fire weapons? In the movie, the robot shooter destroys everyone with deadly accuracy - exactly what no one wants to see from a robot.
Roy Batty in the Running Blade
That's right, Blade Runner shows us two evil robots. While Pris is not so bad, Roy Batty is definitely evil itself. He also, it turns out, is aware of what he is doing, making him the peak of artificial intelligence, and this is definitely scary.
Ash in Strange
Sigourney Weaver has so many problems with aliens, but also the behavior of Ash - that's too much. Not only is Ash himself creepy, so he also attacked Weaver, Ripley's character, trying to kill her, which is what the androids always need to protect. Definitely wicked.
Hector in the film Saturn-3
Some robots simply kill one person. In the movie Saturn-3, Hector kills dozens. Usually this is not exactly the fault of robots, since they do not have a psychic connection like serial killers. But this does not save Hector from being on this list.
T-800 in the Terminator
This is the original Terminator model sent to the past to kill Sarah Connor. The T-800 is an unstoppable car from the future and definitely takes its place as evil - especially because "it will come back."
T-1000 / Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day
This robot is as evil as the original Terminator. But it is more perfect and can easily change its shape, and this is clearly not what you want from a robot whose task is to destroy humanity.
TX in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
This is an advanced model of the T-1000, and this robot is as evil as the two previous ones.
Despite the fact that Mary is under the control of her human creator, she, nevertheless, deservedly is on this list, because she is the first evil robot, appearing on screens in 1927.
Ro-men in the movie "Robot Monster"
Although he does not look as scary as any of the Terminator models, Rohmenu deserves the credit for killing most of the entire human race. Not too many robots can boast of such a boon, thanks to which Ro-men confidently got on this list.
SID 6.7 in Virtuosity
SID 6.7 was not created by an evil person - he is just evil. As soon as it appears in our world, SID quickly becomes a serial killer - this is enough for us.
HAL 9000 in 2001: The Space Odyssey
Somewhere in 2001: A Space Odyssey, HAL 9000 decides to stop serving astronauts and turns against them. This is even more frightening, since HAL 9000 has self-awareness and precisely understands what it does.
Megatron in Transformers
Megatron gets the first line in this list because, unlike many other robots on this list, he accurately understands what he is doing and seems to have all the intellect and reflective abilities of a person. Plus, Megatron wants to capture the whole universe, which makes him the most evil robot.