My memories of the plot are vague, but in the end, a female android was caught in a huge explosion and sent back in time. I don't know when it was made or exactly when I watched it, but it may have been on Netflix.
Here are all the details I remember:
- It's live action, with any effects being low-budget.
- The lead was a female android with relatively short blonde hair, I'm pretty sure introduced without clothes.
- There might have been another, male, android.
- There was one either Hispanic or Caucasian actor with black hair, and a similarly tanned and black-haired actress that was turned into a zombie by nano-machines but managed to keep some individuality.
- They were all on a space station, and are armed for some reason.
- There are nano-machines that first turn you into zombies, then robot dog things. The robot dog things were poorly animated, and had no turning animation; when they hit a corner, they abruptly switched to a front-facing view.
- As previously mentioned, it was all very low budget, with bad blood effects, but they had a good lens.
- The male android (if he was an android) was the antagonist, aside from the nano-machines.
In the end, the lead android was trying to get a bomb, or something that was about to explode off of the station, and gets caught in the explosion and sent back in time, coming down in a desert and being found by some people. She is broken and is repeating a warning that becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy, culminating in the explosion.