"Robo Vampire: Tom is an anti drug agent who is given a second chance as a robot after he is murdered during an undercover mission. His first mission as a robot is to rescue Sophie a co-worker of his who is being held by an diabolical drug overlord Mr. Yeung in his impenetrable golden triangle. Saving Sophie will not be easy since Mr. Yeung has trained vampires to protect him from any outside interruptions.
Writing a plot summary for Robo Vampire is not an easy task as the film lacks any cohesive plot and it tries to mix too many genres into one melting pot. Robo Vampire was directed by hack director Joe Livingstone who style as a filmmaker most resembles Ed Wood. The acting is atrocious and the English dub only adds more in the way of comedy instead of helping make sense of what is going on.
This film is not all bad in fact it is endless parade of marital arts and action sequences that make for this film’s only enjoyable moments. The action is full of fire power as the body counts rise as we approach a grand finale that one know will ever forget for some time. The special effects are all over the place as they look anything from pretty good to god awful. The concept of a Robot like cop verse vampires should have been more entertaining and the end result is a film that is best watched as if you were watching Mystery Science Theatre." -10kbullets.com