Monthly Archives: April 2019

Troma Tuesdays In Brooklyn, NY & Toronto, CA Now Showing ……

‘Victor Goodview’ on April 23rd at 9 PM and ‘Story of a Junkie’ in Sydney, AU at 8:30 

Victor Goodview is young, unemployed, and constipated… and no one cares how it all comes out!

Things aren’t looking so good for Victor Goodview! Aimless millennial Victor finds himself without a job, short on the utility bill and to make matters more… uncomfortable, he hasn’t had a bowel movement in longer than he can remember. Victor seeks solace by making friends of dubious character, smoking crack of dubious quality, and pursuing women of dubious intent. As Victor readies himself for his desperately needed dead-end job interview, the consequences of his lifestyle catch up with him…

Screened at prestigious festivals and praised by some of the most popular movie review publishings in America, this highly acclaimed film was created by New York natives Vincent Turturro and Jerome Raim, who will both be in attendance for a special Q&A after the screening (Film Noir only)!

Troma Tuesday screenings are continuing in Brooklyn’s Film Noir Cinema and Toronto’s Grand Gerrard Theatre! Admission for Film Noir Cinema is only $5, free at the Grand Gerrard Theatre, and every showing starts at 9 PM!

Fans in Sydney, Australia will be able to catch the infamous ‘Story of a Junkie’ on April 23rd at The Vanguard at 8:30 PM for FREE, with live music by Dedderz!

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Troma to Premiere RETURN TO RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH AKA VOL. 2 at NYC’s Prestigious Arthouse Film Noir Cinema with Appearances by Lloyd Kaufman and Cast!

After news broke out that Troma’s lesbian love story, ‘Return to Return to Nuke ‘Em High AKA Vol. 2’ was going to premiere in the prestigious New York City Film Noir Cinematickets began to sell fast and demand grew for more Lloyd Kaufman appearances! Now, the creator of The Toxic Avenger and President of Troma Entertainment himself will be presenting and engaging in Q&As for not one, but three consecutive screenings from Friday, April 26th to Sunday, April 28th!

From Friday, April 26th to Thursday, May 2nd, Kaufman’s highly acclaimed Tromasterpiece will be shown the way it was always meant to be seen- uncensored and on the big screen! The Film Noir Cinema has programmed “Return to Return to Nuke ‘Em High AKA Vol. 2” along with one-of-a-kind masterpieces, like ‘Lords of Chaos’ and ‘The House That Jack Built!’ The legendary director himself and some key cast members will be in attendance the first night for a special Q&A, as well as selling exclusive merchandise, giving free autographs and taking free pictures with fans! Kaufman will also be in attendance Saturday, April 27th and Sunday, April 28th for Q&As!

“Its outrageous imagery brings to light the absurdity we’re currently up against as a society dealing with all sorts of turmoil.”-LA Weekly

“The fluorescent fluids fly fast and furiously… it gets only wilder from there.”-LA Times

“This might be Kaufman’s angriest polemic yet… bless him and Troma for making a movie that’s so aggressively unclean.”- Simon Abrams,

“Return to Return to Nuke Em High AKA Vol. 2, is Troma’s most manic magnum opus yet… It’s right and righteous.”-Film Threat

Film Noir Cinema
122 Meserole Ave
Greenpoint, NY 11222

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International Troma Tuesdays In Brooklyn & Toronto Now Showing “Story of a Junkie” on April 9th at 9 PM!

Forget Trainspotting and Requiem For a Dream; this is the real deal. Put this in your Big Apple and smoke it!

He’s no plumber, but he’s pushing down on a plunger, alright! When Gringo emigrates from Los Angeles to the Big Apple, he searches for his family and a life of fortune and fame. Unfortunately, he finds nothing but misery and addiction as he’s pulled into a world of heroin junkies.

This movie has been hailed by many as one of the best films Troma has ever released, and continues to have a cult following thirty years after its release. A documentary more insightful than any movie about drugs can attempt to be, ‘Story of a Junkie’ is one of the most ultimate anti-drug films that will leave any viewer (un)comfortably numb.

Troma Tuesday screenings are continuing in Brooklyn’s Film Noir Cinema, and now the Grand Gerrard Theatre in Toronto, Canada! Every screening now starts at 9 PM, and admission is completely FREE!

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Troma Now Channel Breaks the Internet With April Premiere Releases!

Troma Entertainment continues to disrupt the media and has now broken the internet with new premiere movies on their streaming service, Troma Now! Hulu and Netflix continue to shake in their overpriced boots as Troma Now proves a small price (it only costs $4.99 a month, and the first month is free!) and true filmmaking passion go a long way!

Troma Now consistently adds new content every month, ranging from full-length films to miniseries episodes and even animated shorts! Some new additions to the service include:

TICKET HOLDERS- two workers at a movie theater pass the time talking about everything movies to avoid the real world outside. Filmed in the style of Kevin Smith’s ‘Clerks,’ this movie is perfect for any cineasts (watch the film to find out what that means)!

PORTAL MAN- a multi-dimension traveling flick that centers on an agent that has to kill the same man through different parallel universes until the tables turn on him! Better and funnier than Looper!

HOMICIDE McLEOD- a hard boiled detective tries to rescue his father from aliens and stop a drug kingpin from peddling a super addictive drug in this over the top parody of serious cop dramas!

MOVIES TO WATCH ON A RAINY AFTERNOON- Addison Binek’s series provides insightful critiques on various Troma classics and what makes each one of them perfect to watch on a rainy day!

FULL DISCLOSURE- this two-part short film focuses on a soldier who reveals some dark, troubling secrets while being debriefed after returning from a Secret Space program!

Troma Now also regularly releases video tips on low budget filmmaking from Lloyd Kaufman himself and various filmmakers that have released their masterpieces through Troma!
With a library of over 500 movies and shows, Troma Now is the streaming service for all lovers and supporters of independent cinema!


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Announcing International Troma Tuesdays In Brooklyn, Toronto & Sydney Starting This April!

Now Showing ‘The Thingy: Confessions of a Teenage Placenta’ on April 2nd at 9 PM!

No April Fools joke! Troma Tuesdays have gone a step further (up North, that is) to bring free screenings to both Brooklyn, Toronto and Sydney, Australia (on the 23rd & 30th)!

A bodybuilder gives birth to a living placenta named Luke, who struggles to keep his peaceful, Christian beliefs and ideals in an unforgivingly harsh and judgmental world, and it’s only a matter of time before too much cruelty sends him over the edge… It’s ‘Boyhood’ if that movie was actually good!
This shocking and surprisingly heartfelt film that ‘pays respectable homage to the godfather of neo-grindhouse Frank Henenlotter” (Ben Spurling, Horror News) is one that’ll make you happy you’re a human being. Using some of the most innovative practical effects seen in recent years, ‘The Thingy’ is what Ain’t It Cool News describes as “A cult classic in the making!”
Troma Tuesday screenings are continuing in Brooklyn’s Lucky 13 Saloon, and now the Grand Gerrard Theatre in Toronto, Canada! Every screening now starts at 9 PM, and admission is completely FREE! 

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