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PostSubject: Re: More Troma?   Sun Jul 01, 2012 4:34 am

LucasChad wrote:
When James Rolfe reviewed Monster in the Closet for his 2010 Monster Madness series, I always wondered if the Snob might get to someday review it.

I think Monster in the Closet would fit better for the Nostalgia Critic then the Cinema Snob. I would love if Brad reviews more films from Troma. I hope he plans to review the Toxic Avenger sequels soon.
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PostSubject: Re: More Troma?   Sun Jul 29, 2012 5:46 pm

I ran a Troma series in Melbourne in 2007. We screened at micro cinemas for 6 months.
I reactivated the group on Facebook just last week and am looking to build numbers. Hopefully
we can get another series of screenings up and running.

Please join in and help get Troma in Melbourne back on screens.

The group is "Troma In Melbourne" As I am new here I am not permitted to post links.


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PostSubject: Re: More Troma?   Fri Aug 31, 2012 11:43 pm

I should give Chopper Chicks in Zombietown another view, I've only watched it once and found it insanely dull.

How about The Surf Nazis Must Die?
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PostSubject: Re: More Troma?   Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:54 pm

Being a lifelong Troma fan, I always love seeing the Snob tackle Troma flicks. Here's some friendly suggestions for potential episodes:

'Acting Out' [1976] - an edited porno in the guise of a "documentary" exploring sexual fetishes. Features Robert Kerman, people masturbating in salads, and a fisting scene with a can of Crisco.
'Cybernator' [1991] - a cyborg techno-thriller filmed on a budget of five dollars. Has some choice laughable dialogue and horrible fight choreography.
'Getting Lucky' [1990] - a nerd finds a leprechaun in a beer bottle and goes on a wacky wish spree, including shrinking himself and climbing inside a woman's vulva. A true gem.
'Hollywood Zap!' [1986] - a miraculous failure of a teen sex comedy, starring an Eddie Deezen wannabe, a video game hustler, a ninja midget, a transsexual nun, and Chuck "Porky" Mitchell.
'Horror of the Hungry Humongous Hungan' [1991] - a so-bad-its-awe-inspiring monster flick featuring Jack Palance, a Pee-Wee Herman impersonator, and a monster who looks like an acne-scarred Bea Arthur.
'Igor & the Lunatics' [1985] - what if 'Mother's Day' was made/acted even worse and featured constant blaring synthesizer music?
'Invasion for Flesh & Blood' [1994] - an ambitious shot-on-shitteo movie which nevertheless has some amusing rubber monster antics.
'Killer Nerd' [1991] - the Snob's mentioned it before. I love it, but it'd make a great review, along with the sequel.
'Lust for Freedom' [1987] - a perfectly cheesy women-in-prison flick. Worth watching regardless.
'Space Zombie Bingo!!!' [1993] - in the vein of "Oversexed Rugsuckers", a no-budget sci-fi parody. Very funny, in my opinion, but riffable.
'Video Vixens' [1975] - a 'Groove Tube' knock-off. Extremely tasteless, sleazy and dated. I hate this movie.

Troma's best best-worst movie, however, David Heavener's Christian sci-fi drama 'Outlaw Prophet', is past the Snob's cut-off date. Truthfully, I think the Snob could work with any Troma flick, especially Lloyd's early sex comedies, or even great films like 'The Last Horror Film' and 'Combat Shock'.

Man, I really need to get a life. Sad
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