“To be or not to be trashy,” that is Troma’s question. With Tromeo and Juliet, Troma’s take on the William Shakespeare classic Romeo and Juliet, they combined both class and trash, making an incredibly good film. Imagine Romeo and Juliet, but with more punk rock music, dismemberment, and lesbian sex.CONTINUE READING
Class of Nuke ‘Em High holds a special place in my heart. I originally saw it while at a sleepover at a friend’s house. Nuke ‘Em was featured on “Up All Night”, with Rhonda Shear. I was drawn in by the Rhonda boobies, but stayed for the weird, twisted plot.
The Class of Nuke ‘Em High series will probably always be my favorite of the Troma movies. The original Nuke ‘Em High was my first taste of Troma and, quite possibly, schlock.CONTINUE READING
“Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D” is one of the most loved Troma films ever made. Directed by the legendary Lloyd Kaufman, Kabukiman ranks in the top three or four Troma films. While it’s not as popular as movies like “Toxic Avenger” or “Class of Nuke ‘Em High”, it still has a massive cult following, especial amongst Troma fans.CONTINUE READING