- SKU: 6761257
- Release Date: 08/31/2004
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- Intro and audio commentary by Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma and creator of the Toxic Avenger
- Exclusive interview with "Class of Nuke 'Em High" star Lisa Gaye
- "Toxic Adventures" cartoon
- "Lunachicks" music video: "Say What You Mean," directed by Lloyd Kaufman
- Original theatrical trailers for Class of Nuke 'Em Parts 1, 2 & 3
- "Tales From the Crapper" trailer
- "Citizen Toxie" trailer
- "Radiation March"... and more
The feverishly deranged minds at Troma Films endeavor to top their original cinematic stink-bomb Class of Nuke 'Em High with this excruciatingly awful mess -- which takes place at the newly-built Tromaville Institute of Technology (TIT), built after the nuclear disaster that mutated and destroyed most of the students and faculty of the Tromaville High School. It seems something gloopy is amiss once again, as certain members of the teaching staff are plotting to turn the students into hideous mutants (a negligible difference, to be sure). When Nuke 'Em High Junior College's ace reporter (Brick Bronsky) starts poking around, he soon finds himself nose-deep in a toxic quagmire of hideously bad music, sweaty youth gangs, bouncing naked ladies, sophomoric movie and TV in-jokes, bizarre food products, and (last but not least) "Tromie," the atomic squirrel. Finding this film a somewhat slicker effort than its predecessor is comparable to discovering a higher grade of plastic vomit, but the Tromites have certainly managed to pack this one to overflowing with sick humor (be sure to catch the closing credits), and cuddly Tromie is even more adorable than The Toxic Avenger (who puts in a cameo appearance). ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Brick Bronsky - Roger Smith
- Leesa Rowland - Victoria
- Michael Kurtz - Yoke
- Scott Resnick - Dean Okra
- Shelby Shepard - Professor James