Thursday, March 10, 2011
Class of Nuke em' High 3
Dir:Eric Louzil (Class of Nuke em' high 2/Night of the Beast)
Starring:Brick Bronsky (Class of Nuke em' High 2/Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D.)
When I look back at my fondness of Troma films two series' immediately come to mind one of course being toxic Avenger and then closely followed by the Class of Nuke em' High series. With that said I have to admit this installment is just sad. So this film opens right after the closing moments of the previous installment as Tromaville institute is being demolished by a giant mutated squirrel, and several students are experiencing meltdown due to the chemical waste and sub-humanoid infestation. After the squirrel is disposed of and the schoolyard is turned to ground zero, we see that the main couple from the previous film are expecting a child that is half human and half sub-humanoid. During the child birth through her belly button mouth....A new villain arrives at the hospital to kidnap the child in order to continue Nuke-a-mama's research. After the child is secretly nabbed,Roger returns to the labor ward to find his wife Veronica dying in labor as another child comes out.
This leads us to the main story which follows the twins Dick and Adlai. While Dick is raised to fight for the forces of evil under the tutelage of Dr.Slag, Brother Adlai is raised by his birth father Roger to be a intelligent and peaceful young man. Due to the accelerated growth of the sub-humanoid child at two years of age the boys are full grown and Adlai attends the newly rebuilt Tromaville Institute. There really is not much to the story in this one as we just flash back and forth between the brothers as Adlai is a do gooder and animal rights activist and we see his relationship with his girlfriend Trish while Dick continues to be under the control of Dr.Slag. Eventually Adlai learns he has some unknown , unexplained powers and he starts to since something is missing from him as he starts to have strange visions while his brother is out doing crimes and hurting people.
Gore:5 (Below par for the genre)
Nudity:7 ( Plenty to look at here but nothing you haven't seen a million times in Troma)
Story:4 ( A old tale and really predictable, Toxie 4 does it ten folds better)
Characters:4 ( Adlai is charming as the lovable lug, and Trish has her moments but the rest are forgettable)
Overall: 5 out of 10