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Lloyd Kaufman cancels meeting with Russian Ambassador #sad, to attend Cinema Wasteland April 7th-9th

Lloyd Kaufman, President of Troma Entertainment and creator of The Toxic Avenger, is a special guest of Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo from Friday April 7th to Sunday April 9th at the Holiday Inn in Strongsville, Ohio. Mr. Kaufman will also conduct a Q&A before the 20th Anniversary screening of the Tromasterpiece, Tromeo & Juliet at the Cedar Lee Theatre in Cleveland, Saturday April, 8th at 10pmit was announced today by Levi White, Head of Public Relations at Troma Entertainment, Inc.

“Cinema Wasteland is a cultural hub for independent filmmakers and film fans. The Troma Team is honored to be a part of it!” stated Lloyd Kaufman.

Every Cinema Wasteland Movie and Memorabilia Expo offers attending fans over 60 Hours worth of Movies and Programming over the course of three days. And it’s all 100% Free with the price of admission! Included in these 60 hours of Movies and Programming are the Troma classics Redneck Zombies and Pot Zombies!

Troma Champion and Coach Sandusky in the upcoming Return to Return to Nuke ‘Em High AKA Vol.2, Ron Mackay, will be running the Troma Booth, where  TROMERCH such as the Toxie Skinner T-Shirt, Toxie patches, the radical Troma Skatedeck, and Troma’s newest Blu-ray releases B.C. Butcher & Honky Holocaust will be TROMABUNDANT!

In addition, a special screening of Lloyd Kaufman’s Tromeo  Juliet will be held at the Cedar Lee Theatre on Saturday, April 8th at 10pm. Tix HERE

All the body-piercing, kinky sex, and car crashes that Shakespeare wanted but never had! Join Tromeo (Will Keenan), Juliet (Jane Jensen), and Lemmy of Motorhead as they travel through Manhattan’s underground in search of climactic love, violence, and the American Way. Tromeo and Juliet is thrust forward with hyper-kinetic performances and a cutting-edge soundtrack. Directed by Lloyd Kaufman, and co-written by James Gunn (Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy), Tromeo & Juliet is a testament to the strength and creativity of Troma Entertainment, as it boldly suggests the incestuous nature of Shakespeare’s original play.

Written by Blacktooth

(Staff Writer) Lover of all things horror and metal. Also likes boobs and booze.