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    Tromeo And Juliet

    88 Films has this in the works, though they've held off on the official announcement for it as it's been delayed a bit.

    They did unveil the newly commissioned cover art for it on FB today.

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    It is at least a little more creative than the cover art Troma gave this on their domestic release.

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    Never seen this one as I had LONNNGGGGG ago gotten bored with Troma movies..

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    I never quite got into this one. I like the line "You always did like the Crying Game." But that was it. Lloyd-directed Troma movies are a little hit and miss for me. I like the first Nuk'em High, Toxie 1 and 4, and Terror Firmer. Don't like the other ones. Kabukiman I thought was okay.
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    There's a French Blu-ray coming soon.

    https://www.amazon.fr/Tromeo-and-Jul...A1X6FK5RDHNB96

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    Nice cover art!

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    I dont remember Juliett being so wall eyed in the film.

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    I'm sort of over Troma films. I do still like Citizen Toxie and Terror Firmer and Lloyd was very nice and accommodating to me when I met him in 2008 at a film festival. Gave me a dvd, posed for pictures, made sure I got the dvd signed by the director who made it, etc.

    I've tried watching the later output but I zoned out and turned them off so I don't know. I might be getting old or my tastes have changed. Mostly I just rewatch the making of stuff because they're amazing, hilarious and fascinating. The guy in those is the complete opposite of the guy I met. I would never want to work for him. Still, I admire his accomplishments.
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