Troma Entertainment presents a Free Troma Tuesday screening of 1985’s Surf Nazis Must Die on June 18th at both Film Noir Cinema in Brooklyn, NY and The Grand Gerrard Theatre in Toronto, CA at 9:00PM! Grab a surfboard and a handful of grenades and get ready for some gnarly vigilante justice!
In a post-apocalyptic society, the shores of California are ruled by Adolf, Eva and their gang of ruthless neo-Nazi surf punks! After the vicious murder of her son on the boardwalk, the elderly Eleanor decides that it’s time to take justice into her own hands. Armed with a handgun and a fistful of grenades, “Mama” Washington is ready to declare war on the nazis… and this Mama won’t be taking any prisoners!
Peter George’s 1987 film, Surf Nazis Must Die, is an epic, current ripping story of revenge that only a mother could love! Warring surf gangs, old lady vigilantes, and a killer synthesized score all make for one of Troma’s most entertaining releases of the 1980’s! Set in a coastal dystopian future, the film has become a cult classic in the 32 since it’s initial release!
Troma Tuesday screenings are continuing in Brooklyn’s Film Noir Cinema and Toronto’s Grand Gerrard Theatre! Film Noir admission is only $5, Grand Gerrard Theatre admission is free! Both the Film Noir and Grand Gerrard screenings start at 9:00 PM!
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Film Noir Cinema
122 Meserole Ave
Greenpoint, NY 11222
The Grand Gerrard Theatre
1035 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON
M4M 1Z6, Canada