A nerd is harassed by punks, and is the object of ridicule at work. Enamoured by a co-worker, he buys a tape series on how to be cool, summons up his nerve, and goes to the co-worker's ... See full summary »
A nerd is harassed by punks, and is the object of ridicule at work. Enamoured by a co-worker, he buys a tape series on how to be cool, summons up his nerve, and goes to the co-worker's house, only to find her in the clutches of another co-worker. Dejected, he goes out on the town and parties with some babes, but when their friends, who turn out to be the same punks that harassed him earlier, trash him again something snaps, and the irritants in his life begin experiencing an attrition problem. Written by
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The bulk of the cast were theatre students from Kent State University. See more »
Harold Kunkle's weight fluctuates throughout the film. See more »
Can I help you?
Yes! Today is the first day of the rest of my life. Life has given me lemons, and I'm going to make lemonade. I got a tiger by his tail and he's mean! I got a stiff upper lip and a tight ass.
Uh-huh. Well what can I do for you?
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Killer Nerd from writer/director Mark Steven Bosko is another Troma classic. A totally campy horror movie that I loved. A harassed nerd takes a video self-help course to be cool. When nerd Harold Kunkle played perfectly by Toby Radloff gets pushed one time too many he goes over the edge going on a killing spree. It was cheesy violence that was comical in a sense because it was so bad it was good.
Glad I came across this 90's horror comedy on eBay. It was recommended by a friend that said I had to see it. Glad I did. My wife thought it was childish. I thought it was great. Sorry to see Mr. Bokso hasn't made a movie in some time. Come back. You have fans.
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