Back by popular demand! Troma Entertainment returns to the world famous Mahoning Drive-In Theater in Leighton, PA on 11-12th June for the 21st annual TromaDance!
Troma Entertainment is proud to team up with prestigious Los Angeles arthouse cinema Laemmle for a socially distanced fantoxic virtual premiere of the slasher comedy that dares to ask the question “what is docking?”, Slashening: The Final Beginning, 30th April at Covid-Safe Laemmle Virtual Cinema. To kick off the premiere there will be a Friday Night Q&A with cast, crew and producer Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment and Creator of The Toxic Avenger. It’s virtual, so fans can bring the arthouse experience right to their quarantine pods!
“Some people deserve to die, and most of them are in Brooklyn.”
Unless one is of a certain age it might be difficult to relate to VIPCO’s feature-length release of the documentary VHS Forever? Psychotronic People. It harkens back to the dawn of serious movie watching, especially those of a subversive and transgressive nature. The documentary manages to capture the thrill of so many cinephiles to be able to access obscure, forbidden and strange films, but at the same time, shows the paranoia and very real legal concerns operators of video stores faced during the era.
“We think censorship is idiotic!”
It’s time to come in from the cold and warm up your chestnuts! Troma Entertainment wishes all of Tromaville a Merry Tox-mas and Merry Giftmas! Put a toxic smile on the face of any independent film lover or collector this holiday season!
“The ideal, festive choices from Uncle Lloydies sack of toxic treats!”
This October… It’s Tromaween in Troma-Queens! There’s nothing finer than the legendary Bel Aire Diner turned Drive-In as they join forces with the NYC Zombie Crawl, and Troma Entertainment, the oldest indie movie studio in the world, to bring retro horror to the public!
“You can kill me… but you can’t kill the spirit of Kabukiman!”
From the twisted minds of Lloyd Kaufman, Jordan Young, and Regina Katz comes the TROMAzing feature film adatptation of Pests, the bestselling novel; currently in-development at Troma Entertainment.
A titanic story about Phil, a down and out underdog exterminator, and the freak accident that changed his life. Phil decides during his convalescence that he will use his newfound power for good and disrupt the corrupt corporate film interests that threaten the only things he’s ever loved: movies. The book explores the seedy underbelly of the Hollywood elites.
“We’ve gone too far…”
In 1996, Troma adapted Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet as Tromeo and Juliet; effectively a faithful adaptation of the play with a lot more sex and violence. Fast forward to Fantasia 2020, and Troma have the world premiere of another Bard production, this time an adaptation of The Tempest set against the U.S. opioid crisis.
“We don’t care about these people’s wellbeing. We just want to get them hooked and sky high! Then have them repeat until they up and die.”
Troma Entertainment invites you to Marché du Film Online 2020 (22-26 June); an industry sales convention that takes place alongside Festival de Cannes.
“Give art back to the people!”
Pop star Jillianne announced today that she will be dropping the official music video for her latest single, #Tromatic, on Wednesday, 17 June!
“Things are looking tromatic…”
President of Troma Entertainment and Creator of The Toxic Avenger, Lloyd Kaufman, will appear with Patricia Kaufman on the next episode of The Last-Drive-In, to present his most personal film – a no holds barred indictment on war, Ronald Reagan, and the first statement about aids in film! Watch the film the MPAA tried to destroy! There’s nothing like a good war to make heroes of us all! The freedom of Tromaville and the world is at stake!
“I wanted to bring all the guts, the blood, the violence, the reasons that we don’t like war, but in a cinematic sense.”
This season of The Last Drive-In has already seen quite a few notable guests join hosts Joe Bob Briggs and Darcy the Mail Girl as they commentate on double features of horror flicks, and today, Shudder has announced that Lloyd Kaufman will appear on the next episode!
“Toxie and I are great fans (and air conditioners) of Joe Bob Briggs! We spoon and watch every episode of The Last Drive-In on Shudder.”
For the past 46 years, Troma has been able to keep up the fight for reel independence solely thanks to our very energetic fans. To show how deeply the Troma Team appreciate all your love and support, especially during such a serious worldwide crisis, we have decided to help combat coronavirus by giving a little back to the fans!