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Variety - Lor. (06/04/1986)
New York Times - Vincent Canby (12/12/1986)
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- george4896Nov 20, 2012by
Part of the Troma family Troma makes the best movies!
This movie rocks!The characters are unforgettable and Robert Prichard being my favorate of the Cretins.
- bigzackaroniMar 7, 2007by
Classic Troma Film
This is a classic funny Troma film. I also saw Toxic Avenger and thought I would buy this movie. This one was funny, although I liked Toxic Avenger a little better, this movie is definitely worth a buy!
- spyke03Dec 14, 2006by
not bad for an independent company
I just bought class of nuke em high expecting it to be similar to The Toxic Avenger and I was kindof let down. It is a little more serious than Toxie but still not too bad. If you like cheesy B horror movies then this is right up your alley.
- 294139660@delet...Feb 24, 2006by
post modern environmental indepenent new jersey B film
Class of Nuke 'Em High is actually a pretty watchable film (even by Troma standards!). It's an interesting take on the High School Film, but here the classic stereotypes have been amped-up with mega-doses of nuclear sleaze. The "bad kids" are now Post-Apocalyptic Barbarian Maniacs, while the "nerds" have become Hyper-Nerds that literally bend in half as bullies stomp them down in the hallway. It is also, notably, a rare horror film to spend so much of its import on the corruption of government officials, who build nuclear plants next door to high schools, then blame the spontaneous putrification of students on having - not one - but two microwaves in the home.
Nice community filmmaking, plus tons of green radioactive vomit, courtesy of Lloyd and Co.