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Chaank Armaments is experimenting with the ultimate fighting machine which is part human - part machine. So far, the Hardman project has been unreliable and has killed a number of innocent... See more »

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Jack Dante
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Hayden Cale
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John Carpenter
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Sam Raimi
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Yutani
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Weyland
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Scott Ridley
Alex Brooks ...
Sheriff Dickson
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Glitching Hardman
Jackie Sawiris ...
Waitress
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Screaming Demonstrator (as Anne Marie Zola)
Julie Cox ...
Screaming Demonstrator
Kathleen Tessaro ...
Reporter
Ronald Fernee ...
Reporter
Lesley Lyon ...
Reporter
Jason Shepherd ...
Reporter
Colleen Passard ...
Anchor Woman
Robert Jezek ...
Media Controller
Dominic Hawksley ...
Argumentative Executive
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Junior Executive
Nicola Van Dam ...
Cale's Personal Assistant
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Obstructive Executive
Randall Paul ...
Duty Sgt. Bateman
Matthew Justice ...
Oily Corpse / Oily Dead Diner / Oily Executive
Joe Scott ...
Chaark Recovery Squad / Lecherous Engineer
Melissa Charrington ...
Chaark Recovery Squad
Dominic Anciano ...
Dead Diner / Executive
Ray Burdis ...
Dead Diner
Chris Edwards ...
Dead Diner
Anna Lisa Seccombe ...
Executive
Lisa Shanley ...
Executive
Ian Stanley Norse ...
Executive
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Executive
Richard Brenchley ...
Executive
Samantha Jane O'Neill ...
Executive
Maurice Fellouhe ...
Lab Technician
Tony Haynes ...
Lab Technician
John Schoonraad ...
Lab Technician
Fredrick Lopez ...
Deputy Sheriff Randall (as Frederick Lopez)

Directed by

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Stephen Norrington

Written by

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Stephen Norrington ... (written by)

Produced by

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Dominic Anciano ... producer
Jim Beach ... executive producer
Ray Burdis ... co-producer
Nigel Green ... co-executive producer
Matthew Justice ... line producer
Heidi Lester ... associate producer
Teruhiko Noguchi ... co-executive producer
Stephen Norrington ... associate producer
Stuart St. Paul ... co-producer

Music by

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Crispin Merrell

Cinematography by

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John de Borman

Film Editing by

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Paul Endacott

Editorial Department

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Tristan Mullane ... assistant film editor
Clive Noakes ... color grader
John Sellars ... colorist
Jason Wheeler ... negative cutter
Sylvia Wheeler ... negative cutter

Casting By

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Beth Charkham

Production Design by

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Chris Edwards

Art Direction by

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Su Whitaker ... (as Susan Whitaker)

Costume Design by

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Stephanie Collie

Makeup Department

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Lisa Boni ... makeup artist
Chris Cunningham ... tattoo designs
Dave Elsey ... special makeup effects artist
Alan Hedgcock ... special makeup effects designer
Giacomo Iovino ... mould maker
Daniel Parker ... animatronics

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Oscar Beuselinck ... second assistant director
Kieron Phipps ... first assistant director
Richard Walker ... stand-in/trainee assistant director

Art Department

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Jean-Baptiste Chuat ... poster art
Steve Furneaux ... carpenter
Nic Stubbings ... stand-by props
Richard Van Den Bergh ... set dressing
Tim Youngman ... property master
Will Ayres ... props (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Mark Allen ... sound designer
Rudi Buckle ... production sound mixer
Michael A. Carter ... re-recording mixer
Colin Codner ... boom operator
Nainita Desai ... sound designer
Patrick M. Griffith ... supervising sound editor
Pauline Griffiths ... foley artist
Chris Kelly ... foley editor
Peter Lacey ... adr mixer
Jenny Lee Wright ... foley artist
Otto Snel ... re-recording mixer
Kevin Tayler ... re-recording mixer
Mike Wood ... sound editor
Sandy Buchanan ... post-production sound assistant (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Graham Aikman ... pyrotechnician
David Brighton ... special effects senior technician
Peter Hutchinson ... special effects supervisor
Stephen Hutchinson ... special effects technician
Terry Jones ... animatronics
Joshua Lee ... animatronic assistant
Jim Machin ... model maker
Nick Middleton ... special effects
Graham Riddell ... animatronics designer
Jim Sandys ... animatronic model designer
Mike Tristano ... special effects makeup
Cliff Wallace ... special makeup effects and design
Nik Williams ... animatronic special effects

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Sally Goldberg ... computer animator
Pete Hanson ... studio manager: CFC
Christian Hogue ... digital special effects supervisor
Ian Morse ... model maker
Roy Scott ... miniature special effects supervisor
Richard Thomas ... prop maker
Richard Van Den Bergh ... model maker
Brendan Lonergan ... makeup effects/sculptor (uncredited)
Kevin Phelan ... scanning and recording producer: CFC London (uncredited)

Stunts

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Jonathan Cohen ... stunts
Ray De-Haan ... stunts
Frank Henson ... stunts
Dave Holland ... stunts
Sy Hollands ... stunts
Stuart St. Paul ... stunt coordinator / stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Roger Bonnici ... director of photography: second unit
John de Borman ... camera operator
Jasper Fforde ... focus puller
Tony Haynes ... clapper loader
Lisa Lloyd ... clapper loader: second unit
Michael Metcalfe ... camera operator
Rebecca Peters ... video assistant
Ron Turowski ... assistant camera
John Ward ... Steadicam operator

Other crew

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Gardner Compton ... body double
Chris Cunningham ... tattoo designs (as Chris Halls)
David Kerney ... production accountant
Memphis Perkins ... body double
Joyce Turner ... production coordinator
Steve Vaughn ... body double
Elizabeth West ... script supervisor

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Chaank Armaments is experimenting with the ultimate fighting machine which is part human - part machine. So far, the Hardman project has been unreliable and has killed a number of innocent people. The genius behind this project is Jack who lives in a world of models, toys and magazines. When he is fired by Cale for killing a few corporate officers, he unleashes the ultimate killing machine called the 'Warbeast' against Cale and those who would help her. Written by Tony Fontana

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Also Known As
  • Monster aus Stahl (Germany)
  • Death Machine - Monster aus Stahl (Germany)
  • Máquina letal (Spain)
  • O Soldado Perfeito (Portugal)
  • Weapon Factory (Netherlands)
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Runtime
  • 99 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United Kingdom GBP139,068, 26 May 1995

Did You Know?

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Trivia The director himself was never satisfied with the final result before the premiere, making numerous edits of the film. In the end he made his own version. See more »
Goofs When Cale talks to reporters outside the building she says, "deep emotional reaction," but when it's replayed on a TV screen later she says, "deep emotional response." See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in La magra (1998). See more »
Crazy Credits Special Thanks To: [..] No Thanks To: They Know Who They Are... See more »
Quotes Jack Dante: He's dead. I showed him my thing... and it killed him!
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