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In Defence Of Showgirls

As part of our new occasional series in which we defend the indefensible, David Flint explains why Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls is a masterpiece. 1,733 more words


Pathé Boards Paul Verhoeven's 'Blessed Virgin'; TrustNordisk Is 'Out Stealing Horses' - Berlin

Blessed Virgin, Paul Verhoeven’s follow-up to Golden Globe winner Elle, has set an August start date with Pathé Films joining to handle international sales and French distribution. 271 more words

Breaking News

Film Directors: A sort-of A-Z: U and V

As you might expect, the letter ‘U’ throws up very few directors with that surname, so I am using two letters in one post again today. 713 more words

Films And Cinema

Looking back at... RoboCop

The original RoboCop is very much a product of its time, taking the violence and fear of a criminal future that pervaded much of the 1980’s, and pushing it to a level most films would try to avoid. 765 more words

Film Discussion

Honest Trailers: Showgirls


Before there was 50 Shades of Grey, there was another movie failing to be sexy – It’s Showgirls!

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New Trailers


Paul Verhoeven’s notorious Vegas stripper melodrama Showgirls might be a horror movie in disguise

Decades after 1967’s Valley of the Dolls and decades prior to 2016’s… 882 more words

Elle (2016)

This proved to be quite a disappointment. I’ve been a huge fan of Paul  Verhoeven’s films in the past (although I never watched Showgirls) but this one just left me cold. 796 more words