Four films from the action franchise starring Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren. In 'Universal Soldier' (1992) Luc Devereux (Van Damme) and Andrew Scott (Lundgren) are two soldiers who were killed in action in Vietnam, then frozen and resurrected as robotic killing machines. They form part of an elite corps of anti-terrorist androids, but when they are sent to murder investigative reporter Veronica Roberts (Ally Walker), Devereaux rebels and refuses to comply with his orders. In 'Universal Soldier: The Return' (1999), having survived the violence and turmoil of his previous existence, Luc Deveraux has started a family and is working as a technical consultant on the Universal Soldier programme. The new generation of cyborg soldiers are overseen by the S.E.T.H. supercomputer and are even more deadly than before. Danger arises when S.E.T.H. becomes sentient and tries to negate Deveraux by kidnapping his daughter. With his family at stake, the Universal Soldier must return into action. In 'Universal Soldier: Regeneration' (2009) a terrorist group has employed two state-of-the-art UniSol fighters to seize power of the crippled Chernobyl nuclear reactor and is threatening to unleash a deadly radioactive cloud if its terms are not met. Can ex-UniSol Luc Deveraux possibly be a match for these virtually indestructible warriors? The fate of humankind hangs in the balance as the ultimate showdown unfolds. Finally, in 'Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning' (2012), Deveraux and Scott are preparing a rogue company of genetically enhanced UniSols for a final, all-out battle to free themselves from government control. Meanwhile, John (Scott Adkins) awakens from a coma to discover that his wife and daughter have been brutally murdered. Haunted by the attack, John sets out to track down and kill the man responsible, Deveraux, all the while pursued by a merciless UniSol named Magnus (Andrei Arlovski).