Troma Entertainment delivers the irreverent and blissfully outlandish Return to Return to Nuke ‘Em High AKA Volume 2, starring Asta Paredes and Catherine Corcoran, onto Blu-Ray. With two fantastic leads at their prime, director Lloyd Kaufman is fully aware of what movie he’s making with his clever self-parody and juvenile mayhem.
Welcome BACK to Tromaville High School! The once tone-deaf Glee Club has now turned into a vicious gang of Cretins, wreaking havoc upon Tromaville and two innocent lesbian lovers, Crissy and Lauren. As Lauren suffers the side-effects of a Cretin forced duck rape, Chrissy follows a trail of tainted toxic taco crumbs, leading her to the crux of all Tromaville High School’s mutating mires, the evil Tromorganic Foodstuffs Conglomerate and its salacious CEO, Lee Harvey Herzkauf! With a duck/human hybrid baby in one hand and a laser in the other, the lesbian duo fights against Cretins, Monsters and EVIL! Will they succeed or will Herzkauf and the Cretins reign supreme over Tromaville High School and the World!?
Here are 5 reasons why you should get Return to Return to Nuke ‘Em High AKA Volume 2 on Blu-Ray:
1) Asta Paredes!
From absurd to slapstick comedy, Asta Paredes has shining moments where she easily transitions her timing and nails her screwball stride. As an engaging talent, Paredes knows how to effectively land every off-the-wall line and sight gag.
4) Catherine Corcoran!
With such natural charm, Catherine Corcoran is fully committed to her performance as the oblivious and air-headed Lauren. Corcoran brings her own share of energy towards her winning chemistry with Paredes.
3) The Eccentricity!
If you’re looking for eccentricity, the second volume is full of quirky characters. Devoted to being loud and campy, Zac Amico gets to steal the scenes as the raunched-up Zack. Clay von Carlowitz basks in the raunchy hijinks as Eugene ‘The Machine’ McCormack as well.
2) Satirical and Lowbrow!
Director Lloyd Kaufman knows how to bring in the eye candy with such excessiveness. From low-brow humor to gross-out gags to satirical punches, Kaufman uses every cinematic trick in the book to get a reaction from his audiences.
1) The Special Features!
Two Girls, One Duck – full length documentary on the making of Vol. 1 & 2.
An introduction by Lloyd Kaufman.
Cannes 2017 – From festival to fascist.
Tributes to Stan Lee, Lemmy and Joe Fleishaker.
Short Films: Mr. Topps and Merry Christmas to My Wife’s Butt.