Lloyd Kaufman, legendary President of Troma Entertainment, scoured the basement of the world-famous Troma building, searching for Toxerific, Tromatic Treasures. There he unearthed three of the most violent, frightening and hilarious horror films of the 1980s. With the help of V3 Media’s new miracle technology, Lloyd jammed them all onto one explosive disc, with the best picture quality available.
Zombie Island Massacre: Playboy cover girl Rita Jenrette makes her motion picture debut in this tale of terror that befalls a group of tourists visiting a Caribbean island. Ancient forces of evil, voodoo rituals, ghoulish zombie, a forbidding jungle and a nightmare of special effects wreak havoc. After their bus driver disappears and their tour guide takes flight, the group takes sanctuary in an old mansion, unaware of their impending fate. Zombie Island Massacre is a Caribbean holdiay from Hell but will create audience satisfaction from Heaven.
Blades: Meet Blades, the most terrifying character ever to tear up the screen… and Blades isn’t even human! More evil than anything you can imagine, this monster lawn mower is mauling more than the grass! The golfers on the fairway are all fair game as they try to make it to the 19th hole. Blades, the teed off, wide radius, possessed power tool, in on a killing spree that will leave even duffers handicapped. Blades is 18 hole of holy terror producerd by John Finegan (Girl School Screamers).
Blood Hook: Welcome to the Muskie Madness fishing tournament. The local yokels are going insane, and five students on vacation are in way over their heads. Peter’s friend falls hook, line and sinker for the sexy tournament hostess. Meanwhile, a crazed killer is using local jail bait at live bait. The murder weapon? An expertly cast barbed hook! The town sheriff won’t admit amything’s fishy, especially during the height of tourist season. Now it’s up to Peter to reel in the fiendish fisher-of-men… or become the catch of the day! Directed by James Mallon, executive producer of Mystery Science Theatre 3000, Blood Hook is truly hilarious and horrifying. We think you’ll be hooked!