Return to Nuke 'em High
Ah, Troma. If ever there were a studio guaranteed to douse the screen in blood, slime and all manner of bodily fluids, it's them. With Return to Nuke 'Em High: Volume 1 it looks like they're heading back to those sticky roots, and now UK viewers can get Troma-tised when the film hits DVD on July 14 courtesy of Anchor Bay.
Troma's Return to Nuke 'Em High: Vol. 1 will soon be bringing its special blend of gore and lunacy into your home via Blu-ray and DVD, so get on your Tyvek suits because we're about to tell you what to expect once it gets here.
Troma's Return to Nuke 'Em High: Vol. 1 is enjoying tremendous success, and the legendary Mr. Troma himself, Lloyd Kaufman, sat down with Dread Central along with stars Asta Paredes, Katie Corcoran and Clay von Carlowitz to discuss the making of the film.
Troma’s Return to Nuke ‘Em High: Volume 1 will be unleashed on audiences everywhere in due time, but for now we have the skinny on the first theatrical engagements! Read on for details.
2013 Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Fest: Full 85-Film Lineup Announced; Albert Pyun to Receive Indie Genre Spirit Award
When Buffalo Screams expanded and re-branded as the Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival, we knew they had big ambitions. With a whopping 85 films on their slate for 2013, we'd say they're well on their way!
Now in its 11th year, the New York City Horror Film Festival runs November 14-17, and along with the lineup, they've announced some of the special guests who'll be in attendance this go-round.
A special sneak preview of Troma’s Return to Nuke ‘Em High: Volume 1 will be shown at Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival on November 9th, and its director, legendary auteur Lloyd Kaufman, will be honored with an award the following day.
Lloyd Kaufman and the lovable lunatics over at Troma make their own rules, and we love them for it. Even though we're still waiting for Return to Nuke 'Em High: Volume 1 (review) to come home, the company announced today that Return to Nuke 'Em High: Volume 2 is ALREADY in post-production!
With the onslaught of Comic-Con coverage beaming your way right now, this a firm reminder that Fantasia, one of the world’s preeminent genre film festivals, is also kicking off today; and we have a list of our Top 11 most anticipated entries.
Day 2 of the 2012 American Film Market is winding down, and we have some artwork to share from four upcoming projects: Daniel Stamm's psychological thriller The Darkness, Troma's Return to Nuke "Em High, found footage sci-fi tale Project Blue Book, and survival thriller Satanic.