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King Kaufman: The Passion of Lloyd (2008)

What happens when Toronto filmmaker Shauna Jaeger sets out to discover what's behind the mad-genius of Lloyd Kaufman - president and founder of Troma Entertainment and the creator of The ... See full synopsis »

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What happens when Toronto filmmaker Shauna Jaeger sets out to discover what's behind the mad-genius of Lloyd Kaufman - president and founder of Troma Entertainment and the creator of The Toxic Avenger? Blood is spilled, skin is torn, pants are dropped and a few breasts are revealed. General madness ensues as Jaeger and her team follow this B-movie legend from New York City to Toronto to Buffalo in an attempt to find out what has pushed this legendary, independent filmmaker to keep making movies, successful or otherwise, for over 30 years. King Kaufman: The Passion of Lloyd features intimate moments with Kaufman, exclusive interviews with writer/director James Gunn (Slither/Dawn of the Dead), actor Jessica Dublin (Troma's War/Toxie II/III), behind the scenes interviews with the cast and crew of Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead and some really wicked tunes.

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