The best part of this movie are the creatures, which are based on the monster originally seen in Bill Malone's first movie, SCARED TO DEATH (1981). It's definitely "Giger inspired" and there's that ALIEN influence. I think the name stands for Synthetic Genetic Organism.
The plot doesn't have a lot of logic to it-- this company creates a blend of man and machine, which produces asexually every 24 hours and they don't have any idea how to stop it, though in the end it's easily dispatched like the Wicked Witch of the West. And as much as it's influenced by ALIEN it's equally influenced by the first TERMINATOR movie. The creatures are cybernetic, the company that created them is called CYBERDYNE and there's even a scene where a vehicle explodes with the creature and a burnt out creature walks out of the flames to pursue them. The creature at the end, which is a combination of a Syngenor and a human woman, is appropriately disgusting and its a good payoff.
The movie has a good cast. Starr Andreef is the heroine, Susan,
a Steve Guttenberg clone Mitchell Laurance is a Nick Cary, a nosey newspaper reporter and David Gale's as villain Carter Brown performance is over-the-top, a good depiction of someone with severe bi-polar disorder. Lewis Arquette (father of half a dozen actors) and Melanie Shatner (daughter of Kirk) also have cameos.