MP3: The Toxic Avenger's Lloyd Kaufman: The CFQ Interview

08.06.2013

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The Toxic Avenger's Lloyd Kaufman: The CFQ Interview MP3

For close to forty years, the New York-based studio Troma has been a perverse, gory thumb in the eye of all that's staid and safe in mainstream Hollywood. It's co-founder Lloyd Kaufman has built a fan-base by directing such twisted, low-budget epics as THE TOXIC AVENGER, CLASS OF NUKE 'EM HIGH, TROMEO AND JULIET and POULTRYGEIST, as well as distributing films with such indelible titles as SURF NAZIS MUST DIE. Lloyd ... Source: huffingtonpost.com

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