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.
When I saw that Lloyd Kaufman and Troma made the original Class of Nuke ‘Em High available to watch for free, I was very excited. I watched it online and then decided I needed to share it, with hopes to expand Troma to a new generation of fans.
Class of Nuke ‘Em High Plot
Welcome to Tromaville High, where the students are getting brighter… literally! When the local nuclear power plant springs a leak, everybody radiates a new personality. The honor society has mutated into The Cretins motorcycle gang, and a humongous monster fetus is growning in the fallout shelter. In true Tromatic fashion, Class of Nuke ‘Em High will leave you screaming for more of the classic terror and humor you’ve come to expect… from Troma, of course!
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Put on your best 1980’s punk outfit and get ready to watch Class of Nuke ‘Em High!
Class of Nuke ‘Em High Trivia
With low budget films like Troma made/makes, there’s typically some great behind the scenes stories. Most of these stories come in the form of interviews. When I write my full review of Class of Nuke ‘Em High, I’ll definitely dig deep to find some tasty trivia.
Class of Nuke ‘Em High – Trivia (IMDB)
During the PA announcements at the start of the movie, Warren can be seen dressed in a football jersey talking to a girl, and also in his regular class right before Dewey’s freak-out. The scene with Warren in the football jersey is also recycled at the end of the film as well.
The original title for the film was simply ‘Nuke ‘Em High’. It was later changed in hopes of people mistaking it for Class of 1984 (1982).