Overall: 8
Story: 4
Animation: 7
Cinematography: 7
Sound: 8


Directed By: David Pagano

Genre: Action, Comedy, Sci-fi
Length: 0:1:33
Released: September 26th, 2000

Content Advisory:  mild violence.

Director's Comments

Some Technic guys battle for dominance in a future setting with nicely painted walls. An early experiment in LEGO animation and crude PC-based video editing. (2000)

Staff Review

David Reino:
It's become quite rare to see a brickfilm that incorporates Technic figures into the action, and Paganomation's "CyberSlam" offers a nice glimpse at what can be accomplished with them. This film is intended as a test, but there is really ample animation - and good animation at that - to make up for the lack of story. While the animation is not without its flaws, anyone who has animated a Technic figure will know that they are much harder to animate than the average Lego figure. The action also incorporates some creative Technic weapons - laser gatling guns, lightsabers, and the like. If you're interested in watching a good old brawl between Technic man and Cyborg, don't miss "CyberSlam".

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