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Class of Nuke ‘Em High Part II – Subhumanoid Meltdown

This unwarranted sequel is an incoherent mess that plays more like a trailer than a feature. Director Eric Louzil demonstrates he has no feel for satire or comedy, absolute prerequisites for a Troma pic.

With:
Brick Bronsky Lisa Gaye Leesa Rowland Michael Kurtz Scott Resnick Shelby Shepard

This unwarranted sequel is an incoherent mess that plays more like a trailer than a feature. Director Eric Louzil demonstrates he has no feel for satire or comedy, absolute prerequisites for a Troma pic.

Beefcake star Brick Bronsky narrates a film-long flashback. He’s writing for the campus paper at Tromaville Institute of Technology, a combination college/nuclear power plant. Mad scientist Prof. Holt (attractive Lisa Gaye) has created a race of drone subhumanoid workers, including beautiful Victoria (Leesa Rowland). Unfortunately, they are subject to an ailment that causes them to melt into green goo.

An unfunny running gag insists on the subhumanoids having mouths where their belly buttons should be. This is an excuse for plenty of topless footage of starlets, including porn star Trinity Loren.

Lead cast members have trouble reading lines and the dumb sound effects aren’t very funny.

Class of Nuke 'Em High Part II - Subhumanoid Meltdown

Production: Troma. Director Eric Louzil; Producer Michael Herz, Lloyd Kaufman; Screenplay Lloyd Kaufman, Eric Louzil, Carl Morano, Marcus Roling, Jeffrey W. Sass, Matt Unger, Andrew Osborne; Camera Ron Chapman; Editor Gordon Grinberg; Music Bob Mithoff;; Art Director [uncredited]

Crew: (Color) Available on VHS. Extract of a review from 1991. Running time: 95 MIN.

With: Brick Bronsky Lisa Gaye Leesa Rowland Michael Kurtz Scott Resnick Shelby Shepard

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