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Class of Nuke ‚Em High

Directed by: Richard W. Haines, Michael Herz, Samuel Weil

Produced by: Michael Herz, Lloyd Kaufman,  James Treadwell

Written by: Lloyd Kaufman, Richard W. Haines, Mark Rudnitsky,  Stuart Strutin

Starring: Janelle Brady, Gil Brenton, Robert Prichard, Pat Ryan

Music by: Ethan Hurt-Title Track, Michael Latlanzi

Cinematography: Michael Mayers

Editing by: Richard W. Haines

Distributed by: Troma Entertainment

Release date(s): December 12, 1986

Running time: 85 Min.

Country: United States

Language: English

Budget: $2 million (est)

The film is about a New Jersey high school (Tromaville High School), which is conveniently located next to a nuclear power plant. The gang of the school, called „The Cretins“, deals drugs among the students. They pick leaves from a radioactive marijuana plant located in the yard of the nuclear plant and sell it to Eddie for $10. He smokes it at a party with his friends Warren and Chrissy. That night, they both have hallucinations. Chrissy discovers that she is pregnant, and spits a little monster into a toilet bowl. The creature travels trough the water pipes and lands in a barrel filled with radioactive waste, and mutates into a bigger creature. Meanwhile, Warren has super strength and kills two of the Cretins. The rebel gang takes over the school and start destroying it, and they take Chrissy hostage and take her to the basement. Warren goes into the school to save her, and he discovers the adult monster, who kills every one of The Cretins. Warren finally kills the beast with a laser he found in the physics laboratory, and he and Chrissy leave the school right after the monster explodes along with the school. The film ends with a frame of the monster „baby“ squirming through the remains of the destroyed school.

The film spawned two unsuccessful sequels, 1991’s Class of Nuke ‚Em High 2: Subhumanoid Meltdown and 1994’s Class of Nuke ‚Em High 3: The Good, the Bad and the Subhumanoid. A fourth movie was announced in 2000, but it never got past the pre-production stage. The sequels were not directed by either Lloyd Kaufman or Michael Herz, but were produced by them. They were more comedic than violent and had a very low budget. The sequels marked the first appearance by Tromie the radioactive squirrel.

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