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Lloyd Kaufman and Airports for Some Reason


This week the Bloodfest goons were joined by the legendary Lloyd Kaufman, founder of Troma and creator of The Toxic Avenger. Lloyd talked with us about airports, Tom Cruise and his unearned wealth, Oliver Stone’s nasal issues, safety on sets, the rise of fascism, free speech on campus and some Troma movies – specifically Shakespeare’s Shitstorm, Terror Firmer, The Toxic Avenger and many more.


He also enlisted the Bloodfest idiots to help plan a tour of Kansas and Missouri for Shakespeare’s Shitstorm. Hold tight for information on that!



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