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Desc:COMBAT SHOCK! COMBAT SHOCK!
Category:Horror, Classic Movies
Tags:Troma, Exploitation, Combat Shock, American Nightmares
Submitted:William Burns
Date:03/01/13
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Comment count is 7
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-03-01
Huh. For a Troma film, that seemed pretty tame and rather mutant-free.
UmbilicalFiend - 2013-03-01
It's not really a Troma film, rather it's distribute by Troma. It's actually a really fucked up look into mental health issues of veterans, or maybe it's just a severely fucked up movie. Check out the ending here http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=24172

Jet Bin Fever - 2013-03-02
Yeah, that's a good thing to take from this SPK, because Troma releases tons of bad action, kung fu, horror, exploitation movies that they had no part in the making of. They only buy the rights, package it, and distribute it.

Old People - 2013-03-01
Shitty trailer for a surprisingly disturbing film. It's low budget, but most of it feels like a bad trip. There's very little of the bullshit Vietnam stuff; it's mostly about the antihero living in NYC in the early 80s, in appalling poverty and with a son who's cataclysmically retarded as a result of his dad's Agent Orange exposure.
joelkazoo - 2013-03-01
Exactly. It's more of a deep psychological study than an out and out exploitation film, but there are definitely exploitation elements. That's the director's brother as the protagonist. The director said his two favorite movies are Taxi Driver and Eraserhead, and you can definitely see their influence. And like I've said before, this movie actually puts me in a really good mood because I can say, no matter how shitty my life gets, at least I'm not *that* guy!

Doomstein - 2013-03-02
I used to have this movie in a glass case on my bookcase. It had a tiny brass plaque that read "Worst Movie Ever".
Jet Bin Fever - 2013-03-02
Oh my. Well, I would put that on "Ax 'Em" personally, but to each their own.

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