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Old 04-03-2013, 12:38 AM   #131
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JB-Hi-Fi which is Australia's biggest home entertainer retailer, and is normally pretty damn good when it comes to prices (normally).

Yet, they have Troma films, for fucking $30 a pop. Fuck that.

I found a stack of them at a video rental store, brand new for $5 each.

That's where I got al the Toxie films, I should have jumped on more while I had the chance. I got KAbukiman for free.
That's ridiculous.

But hey at least you were able to get some of the flicks and be introduced to the world of Troma.

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its been ages since I saw part 2 back in the day on usa up all night. All I remember was the chick with the beehive hairdo and people having mouths on their stomachs. I watched the first one about 2 months ago and I still love it. The gang were fucking insane.
I watched it on there as well! USA Up All Night was the shit.
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Old 04-03-2013, 12:39 AM   #132
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I went in this store at a mal where I used to live and they had all these lord of the rings type swords and shit and they had a bunch of anime dvds. Two that caught my eye were Vampire Hunter D and Ghost In The Shell. They were both $60 each so I put them down and walked ot. I remember as I was laving some black guy and his little boy were walking in and the litte boy who couldn't have been older than 5 or 6 was all like "not swords!" in this really whiney kind of tone. He was probably scared but it was still funny. ANyway I got a big day tomorrow so Im off to bed, night bitches.
Anime is always as expensive as poison though, no idea why. I'm not a big fan though.

Apart from DragonBall Z and Hellsing I pretty much stay out of it. I don't think I finished Vamp Hunter D. Didn't like it. Never could get into Ghost In The Shell either, though I did love playing the game back on PS1.
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Old 04-03-2013, 12:41 AM   #133
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That's ridiculous.

But hey at least you were able to get some of the flicks and be introduced to the world of Troma.
Yeah I don't know how they justify that.

I go back to the rental place now and then looking to see if they have more but they never do. One of my mates has 'Cannibal The Musical' So I might try borrow that.
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Old 04-03-2013, 04:28 PM   #134
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Don't forget about Terror Firmer. It's like the "Scream" of Troma movies. One of the finest imo. Lots of great names were in/ associated with the production. Joe Lynch, Eli Roth, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, as well as Will Keenan, and Trent Haaga.

Aside from the ones you guys previously mentioned, I'd say these are worth at least a one time watch, as well.

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Old 04-29-2013, 07:32 PM   #135
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Just posted a video interview with 2 of the stars of the upcoming Return To Nuke Em High, check it out! http://celluloidterror.blogspot.com/...of-tromas.html
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Great interviews
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Old 06-22-2013, 09:42 PM   #137
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I know o use to post on here all the time under my old username, but I have to post again under my new profile
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Toxic avenger
Class of nuke'em high
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I purchased a 2 days rental of this on youtube...



I couldn't find a download of it whatsoever and it refuses to let me download the rental so I have to purchase it for $10 to download it (I might do that if it doesn't get a dvd release soon)

Watched 30 minutes of it so far and loving it. The interviews with Roger Corman and Stan Lee are the best.
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My faves are Class of Nuke Em High, Mother's Day and Toxic Avenger it's been quite a while since I've seen some of them though.
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