This science fiction movie was released as a direct-to-video in 2010 and had received good reviews. The eponymous Eyeborg is a new invention that is employed to watch over people�s activities after the implementation of Optical defense intelligence Network (ODIN). Homeland security learns of a deal to buy a shotgun by Sankur (Dale Girard) but Sankur escapes being caught after the deal is aborted.
Brandon (Devin McGee), a band leader is killed by a six-armed eyeborg while smoking North Carolina Tobacco in a car along with his girlfriend. Jarett (Luke Eberl), a newphew of the president, replaces Brandon and while he is singing at a do, Sankur tried to kill him but an eyeborg blocks the bullet.
Sankur is accused of killing the gun dealer but he escapes the eyes of four eyeborgs, only to fall six stories below and die. The main plot is to kill the president and it succeeds.
The movie�s central idea is interesting and the execution is not to be scoffed at either. Low-budget factor is perhaps to blame for the seemingly mediocre result. One cannot stop thinking that they could have made a better product if good money had been allowed.
The fights between humans and robots are not very convincing but the elements of 3D modeling and animation are redeeming features. The slow pick-up gradually gets its act together and the last 20 minutes are quite absorbing and the climax may get you to ruminate over the movie.