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As I explain in this video, I WAS supposed to do a review of the danish horror movie Kat, which I purposely left out of my rundown of danish horror films for that very reason – but it turns out I should have checked this out ahead of time, because goddamnit, I COULD NOT get my copy to work on this computer no matter what I do, at least not with subtitles. So we have another Devon’s Ghost case here, people – maybe in two years, I’ll get a chance to review Kat, huh?
It struck me as a bit of a surprise that I haven’t reviewed anything by Troma before, but this is probably because I mostly think of Kaufman’s own stuff when I think Troma, and I love most of that – and even then, I just admire Troma for dishing out whatever the hell they feel like. This is definetely bad and not as enjoyable as the others, but other than Class of Nuke Ém High 3, I actually don’t recall seeing a Troma movie I couldn’t stand (and even Nuke ‘Em High 3 had it’s so-bad-it’s-good moments).
But anyway, here’s the newest episode, Chopper Chicks in Zombietown! Hope you enjoy it!
NOTE: So I tried to fix the fact that the Howling II clip is completely black, and… I can’t! For some reason, it just comes out black whenever I render the whole video. I have no idea how to fix this, guys – sorry. It really sucks to have a technical mistake like this. I’ll try to find a way to work around it, but I am not counting on much luck.
Chopper Chicks in Zombietown (C) Chelsea Partners & Troma Entertainment
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