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Hardware (Blu-ray) £4.99 delivered @ Base

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[mod] 5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
In the Twenty First Century there's a new endangered species... Man.

In a post-apocalyptic, nuclear-scarred future the world has become a radioactive, neon drenched, industrial wasteland populated by the disenfranchised and the demented. Amidst the dust and decay of a poisoned landscape a 'Zone Tripper' manages to salvage a disembodied robotic head. But what is initially mistaken for discarded techno trash is in fact the mechanical remains of the M.A.R.K 13: a merciless killing machine programmed to activate, exhilarate and exterminate. After ending up in the isolated apartment of an introverted artist, the M.A.R.K 13 re-assembles itself for an eye gouging, chainsaw wielding, body drilling, skull-crushing rampage where no flesh shall be spared.

Inspired by the 2000AD comic strip SHOK: Walter's Robo Tale and Directed by Richard Stanley (Dust Devil), Hardware features a face pounding soundtrack and appearances from twisted rock legends Iggy Pop, Motorhead's Lemmy and Fields Of The Nephilim's Carl McCoy. Available for the first time as a special edition, Hardware remains a highly original, mind melding, Cyberpunk, horror/sci-fi cult classic, so plug in, turn on, download and prepare to have your inner circuits pulled out and re-wired.
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[mod] 5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago

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Sounds awful!
Nahh - unrealistic - this could never happen.
Hardware is excellent. Good price thanks andywedge.
This is a strange film. I saw it when it was released on VHS bitd. I'm almost tempted to buy this just to see if it's as odd as I remember.
Remember this from the old VHS days as well, got all excited seeing it hyped up in 2000ad at the time (takes me back!).

Was on one of the digital channels about a month ago and oh my! it really is very very bad :-(
I think it won an award at Cannes, I'm a big fan of this film, its utterly mental though. The robot's paint job is awesome cool.
I have to add, this a bad film. Really bad.

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