Lots of foreign stuff.
Excluding anime…lets see.
Some of these might be hollywood stuff but without major studios backing them and/or without big promotional campaigns.
french sci-fi film about a society on the brink of collapse where the main form of entertainment is bloodsports involving drugs and modifications
Small independantly produced film starring of all people Antonio Bandaras. depicts a near-apocalyptic society in which humanity is kept alive in climate controlled cities with a largely robotic workforce, and deals with the emergence of true AI.
German/russian film about a VR battlefield where people can actually die, more or less.
Netflix film about a former corporate military man turned PI who has a combat AI in his head who also acts as something of a constant companion for him and kind of a voice of reason.
French film about a police officer investigating a medical company that's doing research on reprogramming the human mind via traumatic dreams and shit like that. Lots of great action and very middling budget.
French film again. Amnesiac is brought aboard a prison station with no record. Weird shit starts happening and it turns out he might be some kind of bioengineered being or something.
Guy wakes up in a pool of corpses, spends next couple hours making his way through a mostly destroyed corporate military complex dealing with everything from commandoes to cyber-engineered monsters. All kinds of mindfuckery going on in this one. One of my favorite science fiction films.
A genius is employed to develop robot software, which he bases off of the brain of a little girl.
Futuristic military dealing with teleportation travel to an offworld mining facility where it seems everyone has killed each other. Weird shit ensues.
Machines and humans fight for supremacy.
>Mind and Machine(2017)
A runaway android tries to convince a guy that she's human.
The acting is awful, but the story is pretty well done for a played out concept. Watch it stoned.
Netflix film in which A corporate auditor investigates a partially synthetic child that has been displaying agressive and erratic behavior. Has some surprisingly big names in it such as Kate Mara, Toby Jones, and Paul Giamatti.
A man searches for a new body for his android girlfriend while working for a paramilitary force that is sent after rogue androids. It's a korean film with lots of great action scenes and surprisingly high production values. Also for some reason people and robots can be magically fused together or something.
All of the cheese. So much cheese. just spread all over the rubble of a post-apocalyptic world populated by cyborgs and androids with bad accents.
>Paranoia one point o(2008)
A genius programmer keeps receiving empty packages delivered to his doorstep and starts suspecting something is going on with reality.
Mercenary group is hired to retrieve data on soviet experiments with techno-organic lifeforms. Acting is atrocious, film is mildly entertaining.
Has John Cusack and Carmen Argenziano in it. An android who doesn't know he's an android wakes up in a world conquered by an AI that was designed to end all wars but instead created giant pissed off robots who killed everyone. He travels with a survivor and tries to piece together his memories, watched from afar by the digitized consciousnesses of the AI's creators.
A mexican farmboy/hacker moves to the big city looking for work, which requires implants all over the body that allow a person to virtually interface with machines. Pretty cool shit.
>Technotise - Edit I ja(2009)
From some eastern european country. Girl takes a smart drug and ends up with an AI slowly taking over her body. the two try to figure out how to separate themselves without killing her while an evil megacorp tries to capture them to terminate them.
It's animated and very reminiscent of 80s and 90s comic books which makes me happy inside.
A slightly dystopian story depicting a research project attempting to create AI, leading to a battle of wills between the lead researcher and the military backers to control the development of AI.
>The Zero Theorem(2013)
A quirky and misanthropic programmer is given an impossible task by his company in a dystopian world, to develop the math of the universe. Weird things happen and he begins questioning reality.
A company owns a small district of a city, where for a large fee people can indulge in their darkest fantasies because the people in that city are androids whose memories are wiped every day. After being "murdered" an android escapes the facility and the history of the company starts to unravel. Also Bruce Willis is in it.