What do you get when an eccentric director forces 300 actors and crew to sleep on the floor, eat cheese sandwiches and learn to defecate in paper bags? You get "Apocalypse Soon," the ...
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What do you get when an eccentric director forces 300 actors and crew to sleep on the floor, eat cheese sandwiches and learn to defecate in paper bags? You get "Apocalypse Soon," the hilarious behind-the-scenes look at the misadventures of making of Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger 4.
Schpadoinkle. This is a great documentary. It's raw and real. It shows the traumatic process of the making of a Troma movie in all its natural glory. I have seen some horrid documentaries,and trust me when I say you will be amazed at how much this one isn't horrid. It's great. I hope to see more documentaries like this soon. I was really happy to get some insight to some of the Troma faces. Such as Joe Fleishaker. I was impressed with his story of his once athletic bodies inability to stop eating like a professional athlete. That man is great. I wish him all the best, as I do also the filmmakers responsible for this great documentary. Thanks.
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