At the First Ever ” Kabukiman’s Cocktail Corner Non-Denominational Holiday Bash” Available Now on Troma Movies YouTube
Sgt. Kabukiman, N.Y.P.D., played by Doug Sakmann, hosted his first ever live holiday extravaganza at Lucky 13 Saloon in Brooklyn, NY
Happy New Year from Tromaville! It just wouldn’t feel like the holiday season without attending at least one debauched party involving strippers, B-List Celebs and amateur jabs at stand up comedy. Troma, who upholds the highest standards of sophistication in the performing arts, believes the aforementioned triumvirate to be the foundation for entertainment greatness and left nothing to the imagination at this year’s holiday extravaganza. Premeried on Christmas Eve, 2015, this live episode comes as the first of several “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Specials”, episodic showcase meant to tide us over in preparation for, “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Corner: Season 2”, it was announced by Lloyd Kaufman, prexy of Troma Entertainment and creator of “The Toxic Avenger”.
“Kabukiman’s Cocktail Corner Non-Denominational Holiday Extravaganza“, was the second live event to be hosted by Sgt. Kabukiman, N.Y.P.D. since the show’s creation by director and producer John Brennan one year ago. The party, which was held at Lucky 13 Saloon, in Brooklyn, NY was truly a night to remember. The event featured a performance by Philadelphia ultra-violent hardcore band, The Bad Luck 13 Riot Extravaganza and appearances from the strange and delightful Dolphin Man, Turkey Man, Lloyd Kaufman and stars from Return To Nuke Em High Vol. 1 and 2.
As expected, “Kabukiman’s Non-Denominational Holiday Extravaganza” unfolded in the chaotic maylay we have come to expect from our revered host, the Chosen One, Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. Expertly edited from a drunken yard-sale into a stupendous and festive party, you can see the episode and all the highlights within on the Troma Movie YouTube Channel.
Other “Kabukiman’s Cocktail Specials” are set to be released later in succeeding weeks to come and include the first live event from Philadelphia, PA, with a cameo from “Angry Video Game Nerd”, Kabukiman’s adventures in the NYC Comic-Con as well as episodes of flashbacks including special Troma Edge TV episodes by James Gunn, all streaming free on Troma Movies You Tube.
Zac Amico (far left), star of “Return To Nuke ‘Em High Volume 2” made a guest appearance at the event
Lloyd Kaufman and Toxie also attended the holiday party and eagerly awaited as Kabukiman revealed his big secret.
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