When someone mentions Dredd, Richard Stanley’s (apparently cult now) Hardware (1990) always springs to mind.
A cyberjunk-technopunk horror-thriller taking place over the course of a day, and almost entirely in some giant, rusty future building. Similarly to Dredd, and for better or worse, there’s much, MUCH emphasis on style.
Seems it was also inspired by a 2000 AD short story from the 80s, so…
I see on its Wikipedia page it’s been called an “art-house, scifi gorefest”, though I have no single memory of the gore in it. I mostly wanted to see it in my youth because Carl McCoy from The Fields of Nephilim and Iggy Pop have minor roles in it, and because Stanley stated that for some parts, he took inspiration from Psychic TV (R.I.P. Genesis P-Orridge, John Balance and Peter Christopherson).
Has a much slower pace though, with brief accelerations, which is partly due to - roughly said - the movie being an undergound à-la Alien.
Is it good? Dear God, No. Oh Yes. Occasionally, maybe. That’s a tough one.
Following @BillButNotBen’s remark about cop movies, it’s difficult to miss the similitudes with the Die Hard series.
This “just another (action-packed) day in the corridors of a skyscraper” is all very video game-y.
Has anyone played the original (1990) Die Hard video game by Activision? I have not, but kid-me wanted it real bad.
(It’s alright though, I had Opération Jupiter - Hostages for you British folks - by Infogrames.)
EDIT 2: This is important. Happy New Year!