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Hardware (1990)

UK/US 94m, Colour
Director: Richard Stanley; Cast: Dylan McDermott, Stacey Travis, John Lynch, William Hootkins, Iggy Pop

Hardware is a cheap and cheesy science-fiction horror film about a sexy sculptor who completes her latest piece of post-apocalyptic artwork with the head the “M.A.R.K. 13”, a self-repairing military robot which eventually re-boots and terrorizes her and her friends. A mildly exploitative film, Hardware is a poor-man’s Terminator (1984) that has achieved a cult following owing largely to its now dated punk-sensibilities and kitschy style (Klaus Ming September 2015).

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2 comments on “Hardware (1990)

  1. Paragraph Film Reviews
    09/22/2015

    I remember watching about 30 mins of this once and being so confused. Hasn’t aged well at all!

    • Klaus
      09/23/2015

      I agree, lots of ‘style” — which unfortunately is pretty dated now.

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