TROMA Announces New Films to be Screened at Sundance 2013

The folks at Troma have announced some new screenings at Sundance 2013. Check out the list below!

troma-logo-newHere’s the official press release we received this morning from the folks at Troma. If you are going to Sundance, I suggest hitting up one of these flicks.

 

From the Press Release:

January 9, 2013, New York, NY – Greetings from Tromaville! Troma Entertainment is pleased to announce that it will hold secret screenings of the latest Troma Team productions, The TaintMr. Bricks: A Heavy Metal Murder Musical, and Father’s Day, along with the world premiere of the product reel for Lloyd Kaufman’s latest feature,Return to Nuke ‘Em High, in Park City, Utah during the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. “Many of the films at Sundance demonstrate what can be done outside of the studio system if you have a lot of money,” says Troma President Lloyd Kaufman. “The films we’re bringing to Sundance will show how brilliant movies can be produced for a fraction of the cost with total artistic freedom.”

Taint: Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson’s The Taint, an intellectual horror-comedy which contains more zombies with exploding penises than any other movie in history, is a testament to guerrilla style filmmaking and is a cinematic experience unlike any other. David Bow of the Portland Mercury put it best, “someone else should see it, just to confirm for me that it’s real.”

Mr. Bricks: A Heavy Metal Murder Musical, the world’s first heavy metal musical horror film, directed by Travis Campbell and produced by Justin Martell, premiered at Spain’s prestigious Sitges Film Festival and been booked into movie theaters such as the Alamo Drafthouse and the San Diego Comic-Con.

Father’s Day: Playing to over 50 theaters in the US alone, Astron-6’s Father’s Day has taken the new wave grindhouse technique of independent cinema and brought it to a whole new level. The film won the Audience Award at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival and has been featured on the cover of premiere horror magazine Rue Morgue.

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