Troma Entertainment is in pre-production on its latest film, Return to Class of Nuke 'Em , and has issued a call for special effects makeup artists to help out with the project. We have all the details you need right here!
Melvin worked at the Tromaville gym, a 90-lb. weakling who got pushed around. They dressed him up in a pink tutu. They beat him up, and they threw him down. He landed in a barrel of waste. Toxic chemicals ate his face. Mutating, energized by Tromatons… This Jersey hero's gonna clean up the place! T-T-T-Toxic Avenger!
It was way back in March of 2011 when news first broke that the original Mother's Day was being released on Blu-ray high definition. Then silence. Nothing. Here we are more than a year later, and finally there's something to talk about!
The newest offering from Lloyd Kaufman's Troma Entertainment, Father's Day, created by filmmaking team Astron 6, will be screening in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, on June 15 at the Metro Cinema.
Ever wanted to be in a movie? Of course you have. Lucky for you, we've got info on just how you can get your smiling mug onto the big screen. Troma is looking for specific types of people to cast in its upcoming film Return to Class of Nuke 'Em High, and you might just fit the bill!
Never let it be said that the fine folks over at Troma don't know how to do things in style. In fact, they have a home video release for Father's Day on tap that fans will probably be willing to die for. Check it out!
Talk about kicking off the new year with some good news. The first cinemas showing Troma's Father's Day have been announced for its limited theatrical run. Troma flicks on the big screen? Maybe those friggin' Mayans were right ... it is the end of the world!
Yes, you read that correctly. Come Friday, January 13th, 2012, Troma's latest masterpiece, Father's Day, will be headed to theatres. Of course the good folks over at the house that Toxie built didn't specify how many theatres or where yet, but we'll keep listening!
Remember those little Troma movies that cost next-to-nothing to make? Never let it be said that Lloyd Kaufman is not a genius because his little film company that could just might be looking at some giant dollar signs in the near future!
Despite the event being over, the Comic-Con news keeps on coming. This time in the vein of a new one-sheet for Troma's upcoming release of Astron-6's Father's Day. Father's Day was written and directed by Astron-6 and stars Adam Brooks, Mackenzie Murdock, Matt Kennedy, Conor Sweeney, Amy Groening, Meredith Sweeney, Garrett Hnatiuk, and Ross McMillan.
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Day 3 (July 23) Schedule Now Live; Coppola, Kirkman, Immortals, Vampires, Dinosaurs, Badass Knights, and More!
By the time Saturday rolls around during the San Diego Comic-Con, we've separated the men from the boys and know who's in it for the long haul. This year Saturday is chock-full of horror offerings throughout the entire day so if you'll be there, make sure to drink plenty of coffee, wear comfortable shoes, and be ready to hoof it from one end of the convention center to the other!
With Father's Day just a week away, of course Troma and Astron-6 have released a new teaser of the music video from singer/songwriter Dan Bern for the song "Never Bin Born At All" from the film Father's Day, which opens June 19th.
Mother has had her day for far too long so Troma has unleashed yet another trailer for its upcoming splatter epic Father's Day. Get ready for another taste of the carnage to come.
Man, the Troma team is working overtime getting out the goods on their latest flick, Father's Day, as yet another truly awesome teaser one-sheet has hit this crazy little thing we call the interwebs!
With Cannes speeding at us like a freight train filled with goodies, super genius Lloyd Kaufman and his Troma team have unveiled some kick ass new sales art for both Father's Day and the big daddy of them all, The Toxic Avenger 5: Toxic Twins. Dig it!