JoBlo: HARDWARE (1990) Richard Stanley – Best Horror Movie You Never Saw

Writer-director Richard Stanley was only 23-years-old when he made the 1990 Sci Fi horror gem Hardware, which was inspired in part by a short film he made while a young student in South Africa, He had trouble getting many of the scripts he had written made, but utilized the notes that he had gathered throughout the years and threw them all into the Hardware screenplay (such notes being the necessity for a shower scene, a chainsaw, a fire stunt and a cliffhanger, to name a few). His original vision didn’t involve a killer robot, but it was one of the only ways he’d be able to get the film made. Get more juice about the making of the film and why we love it by tapping our video! Sing it with me now: "This is what you want, this is what you get."

Watch or Own Hardware here!

SERIES SYNOPSIS: The Best Horror Movie You Never Saw is dedicated to highlighting horror films that, for one reason or another, don’t get as much love as we think they should. We know plenty of you horror hounds out there will have seen many of the movies we pick, but there will be plenty of you who have not.

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