Showgirls Exposed

If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it’s that Twitch editor Todd Brown can watch just about anything. He and our own Rob Hunter are kindred spirits like that. There is no amount of gross exploitation, sexual deviance or brutality that he would not gladly sit through in order to get the story. It’s what makes Twitch such a haven for the weird. So it’s worth taking note when something comes along that is so out in left field that Brown writes a headline like this: My Eyes Can Stand No More Than Four Minutes Of Marc Vorlander’s SHOWGIRLS: EXPOSED. That’s something, indeed.

To be fair, it isn’t the lewd sexual content of this new four-minute clip that’s got Brown running for higher ground. It’s the experimental level of awfulness that the film appears to be hitting at every turn. It is beyond the usual Euro-trash experimental oddity and well into the realm of the unwatchable. It’s a four minute endurance test that tells its audience absolutely nothing about the film — which now appears to be called Showgirls: Exposed — assembled by a director who is nothing more than someone who wants you to think he’s smarter than you are. He’s not. This is bad.

So here’s your Monday morning challenge, beloved readers. Find a quiet place that isn’t your office (this clip is very NSFW) and have a gander at this four minute long clump of cinematic excrement. If you can make it all the way to the end, you should feel proud. If you enjoy it, I would seek medical help as soon as humanly possible.


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