It occurred to me that I haven't reviewed Richard Stanley's 1990 film Hardware. Considering that it is amongst my top 10 favourite films of all time I figure it deserves a nod. Set in a post apocalyptic world it's about a decrepit and broken down android that's retrieved from a scrapheap and restored, unaware of it's history. The robot comes alive with a preselected objective to kill and engages on a mission to slaughter. If you're a genre fan you will get a kick out of Hardware. Its a gritty, hardcore and ultra violent descent into an insane universe blending science fiction with horror... Hollywood director Stephen Norrington (Blade) tried to replicate it in 94 with his movie 'Death Machine' but its pretty damn average and so Stanley's Hardware is affectively a one of the kind movie. Dylan McDermott leads the film with support from Iggy Pop, Lemmy and Carl McCoy.