1984 saw the release of two high-profile killer robot films. One was James Cameron's The Terminator, the other was Michael Crichton's Runaway. One had Arnold Schwarzenegger and impressive effects. The other had Tom Selleck and robots that resembled vacuum cleaners going rogue. One has endured as a cinematic classic, the other is Runaway. Crichton has an obsession with technology becoming sentient and turning on it's master, from Westworld, to this, to Jurassic Park. Anyway, this film has Selleck and his tremendous moustache, Gene Simmons (of Kiss fame) showing fantastic facial expression range as the villain, incredibly cheesy and outdated technology, Kirstie Alley from Cheers, a rocket gun that shoots personalised bullets, robotic spiders that inject you with acid. A real 80's curio that I had a good time with.