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A small group of typical Tromaville citizens find themselves in the path of a terrorist army controlled by the power elite. The freedom of Tromaville and the world is at stake! Troma's War ... See full summary »
The third installment in the Class of Nuke 'em High series takes up where part 2 left off. A giant mutant squirrel has destroyed the Tromaville power plant and Roger Smith has saved the day... See full summary »
Return to the Class of Nuke 'Em High follows a young couple that are up against the school glee club. Unfortunately, the glee club has mutated into a gang called The Cretins. When the other... See full summary »
The class of nuke 'em high is back, and this time they're in college! Tromaville's nuclear factory has been rebuilt and now includes the Tromaville institute of technology. Located inside ... See full summary »
When the notorious Diaper Mafia take hostage the Tromaville School for the Very Special, only the Toxic Avenger and his morbidly obese sidekick Lardass can save Tromaville. However, an explosion results in some unforeseeable consequences, creating a dimensional tear between Tromaville and its dimensional mirror image, Amortville. While the Toxic Avenger (Toxie) is trapped in Amortville, Tromaville comes under the control of Toxie's evil doppelganger, the Noxious Offender (Noxie). Will Toxie return to Tromaville in time to stop Noxie's rampage or is he doomed to remain a second-class citizen in Amortville forever? How did Toxie's wife Sarah become pregnant with two babies from two different fathers? Will Tito ever get over his teen angst and become a productive member of society? Written by
When David Mattey didn't show up on the set (due to miscommunication with Lloyd Kaufman revolving around his schedule) for the eventual teleportation from Tromaville to Amortville sequence, Lloyd Kaufman rushed and found a 6-foot tall African-American to play a "stunt Toxie" using the mask from The Toxic Avenger Part II. See more »
Shadows from camera equipment can be seen throughout the film. See more »
Its always a problem to review a Troma movie. Troma is a genre unto itself, and you can't compare their movies to what everyone else is doing. They have their own rules and esthetics... and going by those, this is the best film to come out of Troma in years!
Without doubt, this is the most over-the-top, all-out assault on good taste Troma's put out. They even had the good idea to include an apology for Toxic Avenger Parts II & III. The movie is overloaded with gore, sex, breasts, political incorrectness, breasts, sex, lesbians, transsexuals, mutant superheroes... and did I mention sex, breasts and gore?
Yes, it has no socially redeeming value whatsoever. Its Troma. It's not supposed to. If you're a Troma fan, see it. If you're not, you probably won't like it. Unless you do.
The screening I saw was just this past weekend at the Renegade Film Festival in St. Petersburg, FL. The copy was an advanced screening, and according to the festival promoters the editing on the film was completed just in time for the festival, so I don't know how people were seeing this months ago or why the date listed is 1999 on here...
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