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Joe Fleishaker, that is, Lardass as well as the protagonist of the
funny joke that Troma has been playing on us for years and Lemmy
Kilmister, who are no longer with us, would appreciate the intro of
this film dedicated to them. Naked girls in a locker room throwing
objects at each other, while one of them in the shower, remembering the
scene from "Carrie", thinks she has had her period, but in reality it
is something that comes from the nuclear power plant built near the
school. As we all know. Explosions, blood, farts follow. In perfect
A great start is a new adventure for the pupils of the contaminated
school, who find they once again fighting against Lee Harvey Herzkauf's
Tromorganic (played by a wild Lloyd Kaufamn), a company that produces
contaminated food that is served in the canteen.
The heroines of the story are always the girlfriends Chrissy (Asta
Paredes) and Lauren (Catherine Corcoran), with the latter involuntarily
impregnated by Kevin, her pet duck, which gives birth to a son ...
duck. Apart from this, the two must also fight against bigoted society
and against the well-known "Cretins" who never fail.
This is roughly the plot but it is a secondary part of the film. The
central point is the amount of idiocy that Kaufman gives us without the
slightest restraint, showing a certain rather inspired artistic streak.
Naked girls, naked men showing genital piercings and the usual amount
of guts, guts, blood, farts and shit. Result: a great film from the New
Jersey production company, in which there is no lack of references to
the Troma symbols that is Toxic Avenger and Kabukiman and the cameos of
well-known characters from Stan Lee to Ron Jeremy, without forgetting
some clips with Lemmy. Beyond that, a vast series of nonsense moments,
flashbacks and a critique (in Troma style of course) of the company.
Top moment and above all truly disturbing is the nude ballet of Mr.
Kaufman made up as a woman. Really, really, disgusting.
A close relative of the previous film since most of the scenes were
shot simultaneously. Troma then relied on Kickstarter to conclude this
chapter, achieving the goal. A work that seems to stage the whole
imaginatively sick world of Kaufman, which gives us what we expect from