The one Troma film that pretty much everybody has seen and loves. Melvin the mop-boy, after being tricked and harassed by the Tromaville town bullies, falls into a barrel of toxic waste which chemically alters his body and mind causing him an uncontrollable urge to fight and destroy criminals.
When a sleepy driver swerves to avoid hitting a rabbit, a canister of toxic waste falls off his truck, ending up in a local pond. This pond is the collection source for an eccentric spider breeder, Joshua, where he finds small insects to feed his spiders. Suddenly, the spiders have begun to grow, and Joshua excitedly shares the news of his large spiders with young Mike Parker, who’s mom is the local sheriff. Soon, animals begin to disappear, and Mike can no longer reach Joshua. Meanwhile, local bad-boy, Chris McCormick, returns to town following his father’s recent death, to take over his family’s gold mine, just in time to become ensnared in the mysterious happenings in town.
Phillip and his flamboyant friends are gathered at a cabin on a beach, near the Pink Lagoon, to celebrate his birthday. Meanwhile, a nearby chemical plant is suspected of contaminating the mosquitos/flies in the swamp and causing a dangerous virus outbreak. Philip and his friends must face this menace as those affected by this virus shamble on their beach and attack them.
Sisters, Marla and Carla, travel to a cheesy tourist resort, Uncle Slovko’s All American Family Lodge, to surprise Carla’s fiance, who works there as a Bigfoot. Everyone is in for a surprise when the Bigfoot costumed guys encounter a toxic substance, turning them all into real monsters. Continue reading →