RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop to Premiere October 2 on Icon

RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop to Premiere October 2 on Icon

RoboCop fans are looking forward to a four-part documentary series about the creation of the iconic sci-fi thriller from the 1980s. Titled RoboDoc: The Creation of RoboCop, the series will premiere on the UK’s Icon Film Channel on October 2. A Blu-ray Collector’s Edition will be released on December 18, with a TVOD/EST version two weeks later, on January 1, 2024. US viewers can currently access the production on Screambox, according to 

RoboDoc is directed by Eastwood Allen and Christopher Griffiths and produced by Gary Smarts. The upcoming series includes never-before-seen interviews with RoboCop’s director Paul Verhoeven.

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Also featured are interviews with some of the stars from the original series, including Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Ray Wise, Kurtwood Smith, Ronny Cox, and the late Miguel Ferrer.

The Blu-ray Collector’s Edition will include an extra hour of video covering the following topics: Meet the Makers,The Weapons of RoboCop, Robo Cast Quotes, Art of the Steel, Call To Action, Guns Guns Guns. Part Gan Part Machine, All Video Game, Roboteam Assemble, an A4 poster, and X4 art cards.
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The original RoboCop film premiered on July 17, 1987 directed by Paul Verhoeven from a script written by Edward Neumeier and Michael Miner. Neumeier originally conceived the idea while working on the set of Blade Runner, which was released in 1982. Initially, Verhoeven dismissed the script until his wife convinced him of its satirical content. Filming of RoboCop took place late in 1986, mostly in Dallas, Texas though the locale of the program is Detroit, Michigan. The film, by Orion Pictures, grossed $53.4 million on a $13.7 million budget.

Verhoeven’s film focused on a Detroit police officer who had been brutally murdered and then revived as a cyborg by Omni Consumer Products Corporation. In keeping with his concept of RoboCop as a satirical film, Verhoeven exaggerated the scenes of mayhem and violence to such an extent that some of them had to be cut to secure approval for its theatrical ratings. It has been widely acclaimed for its philosophical approach, one that explored the remnants of “humanity” in a robotic creature.
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