How to Kill the Terminator
The Terminator series is one of sci-fi’s most beloved franchises, starting with the original The Terminator 1984 directed by James Cameron. But these badass cyborgs are tough to kill, especially when they’re custom built to look like Arnold Schwarzenegger. Between the original Terminator movie, T2 Judgement Day, Terminator 3 Rise of the Machines, Terminator Salvation, Terminator The Sarah Connor Chronicles and Terminator Genisys, there’s plenty of cyborg smashing instruction to go around. So we condensed the canonical terminations into one handy dandy guide to teach you how to kill the Terminator. Whether you’re John Connor, Sarah Connor– Linda Hamilton, Lena Headey, or Emilia Clarke, whomever you prefer– or Kyle Reese, the Terminator movies are known for their incredible action and robot rampages.
If you want to lead the human Resistance, you’re gonna need to know how to take these metal monsters down. The sinister Skynet unleashed all kinds of different Terminator models, from the suspiciously Austrian T-800 to the liquid metal T-1000 and beyond, and they’ve become eerily efficient at exterminating the human race. Terminators of all shapes and sizes have attempted to stop the human rebellion before it even started, but there’s no substitute for good old fashioned elbow grease. James Cameron knew what he was doing when it came to designed an unstoppable metal menace, and everything from the original Terminator to the nanomachines in Genisys have provided awesome antagonists for our heroes. That’s why you need to learn how to kill the Terminator, before the Terminators terminate you. Cyberdyne Systems was great at designing killing machines, but they weren’t perfect. They have weaknesses, even to our present-day non-plasma weaponry. So, if it turns out you’re destined to be humanity’s savior, or your unborn child is, don’t despair! Because we’re here with a survival guide teaching you all about the Terminator movies and the Terminator franchise, and how to survive a Terminator when you’re square in its sights.