Connect with us
Troma Co-Founder Lloyd Kaufman to join 'The Last Drive-In'

News

Troma Co-Founder Lloyd Kaufman to join ‘The Last Drive-In’

Joe Bob is joined by another horror icon.

The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs has already had some great moments in its second season. Chris Jericho sang a song, horror icon Tom Savini talked about how to make the best blood, and Brain Damage pushed the absolute limits of good taste. Joe Bob even went outside the confines of horror and showed Heathers one week.

This week sees another icon join the show. Lloyd Kaufman is responsible for such low budget gems as The Toxic Avenger and Class of Nuke ’em High. Kaufman also co founded Troma Entertainment. The distribution company has been home to some of the most well known genre films of all time.

Listen to the latest episode of our weekly movies podcast, Adventures in Movies!

“I knew Lloyd Kaufman when he was a young man struggling to make a living by releasing one cheap exploitation film after another. After a rich and varied career at the helm of Troma Films, he has risen to the top of the indie business and today . . . releases TWO cheap exploitation films at a time. Let us praise his legacy of distributing hundreds of indie films, all of them made with cameras,” said series host Joe Bob Briggs.

The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs airs on Shudder.

Comments

In Case You Missed It

'Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn' #1 review 'Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn' #1 review

‘Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn’ #1 review

Comic Books

AfterShock Preview: I Breathed a Body #1 AfterShock Preview: I Breathed a Body #1

AfterShock Preview: I Breathed a Body #1

Comic Books

Lovecraft Country (HBO) Lovecraft Country (HBO)

‘Lovecraft Country’ episode 10 ‘Full Circle’ recap/review

Television

bullets of justice bullets of justice

‘Bullets of Justice’ review: Exploitation movie proof of ‘to each their own’

31 Days of Halloween

Connect
Newsletter Signup