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Movie Reviews 282 – The Toxic Avenger (1984)

The Toxic Avenger was not only an indie horror sensation, it was what made Troma Entertainment a household name in the B-movie industry and introduced us to the straight-laced but dark minded Lloyd Kaufman, producer and frontman for the enterprise. 501 more words

Movie Reviews

Biblical thriller ‘ Absolute Vow’ finishes principal photography

Based off the so called strangest story in the new testament the bizarre tale of Jephthah’s daughter. ABSOLUTE VOW has wrapped up principal photography and should be hitting the circuit sometime in the near future. 404 more words

Horror News

Review : Class Of Nuke 'Em High (1986)

Class Of Nuke ‘Em High, directed by Lloyd Kaufman (and a number of Troma directors) and released in 1986, is one of Troma’s better known features. 433 more words


Slashing Through The Stone Age: A Chat With The Director of The B.C. Butcher, Kansas Bowling

Lily and I made the Troma panel at this year’s Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con a priority as Lloyd Kaufman and his family of wildly creative misfits never disappoint an audience. 933 more words


The Toxic Avenger

Dir: Michael Herz, Samuel Weil (Lloyd Kaufman), 1984


Arguably Troma’s most famous film, it’s got to be its most successful, launching several sequels, a children’s cartoon (seriously!), a computer game and a musical. 348 more words

Doomed! The Untold Story of Roger Corman's Fantastic Four Comes to DVD & VOD

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

The filmmakers and performers involved in Roger Corman’s ill-fated Fantastic Four can laugh now, but back when it was being made, movie-making was serious business. 388 more words


Vegas in Space (1991)

Vegas in Space is an early 90s sci-fi cheapie distributed by Troma in which all characters are played by either drag queens or women. It took almost a decade to complete, was partially fueled by sex work & meth, and was filmed entirely in its star performer’s San Francisco apartment. 1,349 more words