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Although "clever" isn't the first word that leaps to mind when describing Troma Films' Toxic Avenger series, the sequel to their 1985 hit has enough laugh-out-loud gags (amidst a barrage of slapstick and bodily function jokes) that should tickle the funny bones of veteran and novice Troma viewers alike. The Toxic Avenger, Part II finds the chemically altered crime fighter depressed about the lack of evil in his hometown of Tromaville. That situation is quickly reversed by the appearance of the dastardly Apocalypse, Inc., which sends Toxie to Japan after his long-lost father while they plan to transform Tromaville into a toxic waste dump. Longtime Troma fans might feel let down by the subdued levels of gore and gross-out humor found in Part II (which is possibly due to the participation of television production company Lorimar Films). But the zest with which director/Troma co-chieftain Lloyd Kaufman delivers his lowbrow laughs should allay any cult fan's concerns.

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Special Features Intoduction by Lloyd Kaufman Interactive Tour of Troma Troma intelligence test Toxic thoughts by Fangoria managing editor Michael Gingold Tromatic comments by VideoHound author Mike Mayo Private memories of Toxic 2 star Lisa Gaye Production stills Very special private Troma Public Service Announcements Scenes from the Tromaville Cafe TV show The Aroma du Troma Web links

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