A group of assorted Americans survive a plane crash in a Caribbean island, and discover it is infested with crawling snakes and other venomous beasts. Even worse, terrorists are preparing a full out war on America with a biological weapon.
The class of nuke 'em high is back, and this time they're in college! Tromaville's nuclear factory has been rebuilt and now includes the Tromaville institute of technology. Located inside ... See full summary »
Taking place after the events of part two, where Roger Smith's twin sons Adlai and Dick are born; one of them is suddenly kidnapped and taught to be evil while Adlai is determined to foil the fiendish plot and save Tromaville.
The Toxic Avenger is lured to Tokyo, Japan by the evil corporation Apocalypse Inc. So while the Toxic Avenger is fighting crime in Tokyo, Apocalypse Inc. spread evil in Tromaville.Written by
Henrik Madsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The scene where Toxie squashes a man's nose into a taiyaki was the first idea that Lloyd Kaufman came up with for the sequel, during his visit to Tokyo to promote his first film, The Toxic Avenger (1984). See more »
When Toxie crushes one of his enemies in a wheelchair and his intestines are pushed out, one shot shows his intestines already hanging by his legs. By the next shot, his bloody intestines are being pushed out again. See more »
At first I found it hard to believe that my father was Japanese, and that I was part-Japanese. But that would explain why I've always had these strange, non-American urges to work very hard, save money, and live without credit cards.
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Telephone operator: Buzz E. Signal Telephone operator: Juan Morering Best Lay: Selma Feltathigh Golf Grip: "Keep Thumbs Locked" Key Gripe: "The Food Stinks" Key Grope: John's Left Buttock Sushi Chef: Ginger N. Mustard See more »
The full uncut version from Japan contains 10 extra minutes,which include:
The wheelchair death is gorier and quite longer. He squeezes his body till his intestines burst out of his stomach (along with buckets of blood). Then Toxie takes the wheelchair, picks it up and thorws it aside.
The villain who gets choked with the vine and has roses shoved into his eye shockets is gorier and longer. It shows Toxie choking him more and also blood squirting out his neck (he also spits out blood) and it also shows Toxie shoving the roses in his eyes.
A gorier version of the scene when Toxie punches the Blackvillain's face in showing blood run down his face and also his body droping to the ground, showing what's left of his head.
When Toxie bashes the two villains; heads off, it usually cuts to them dancing; in the uncut print their bodies first drop to the ground, causing blood to splash out of their necks (and it also shows toxie tearing hair from their scalps!)
The Indian villain's death shows Toxie tearing his ears off his head
Toxie chases down 3 rapists and kills 2; in the R-rated version the 3rd one (a woman) is never shown. In the uncut print he chases her to a radio station where he shoves cords, microphones in her body
A scene showing Toxie and the japenese chick playing a game.
A new scene of Toxie complaning that everyone in Japan is staring at him.
Two fights scenes are added. One between two warriors (one gets crushed by Toxie's foot and the other gets thrown on some stand) and a japanese dragqueen who keeps trying to rape Roxie
Toxic Avenger Theme Song
Written by Keith McCoy, Shaun College, Glen Sangimino and Dan Skye
Performed by Glen Sangimino, Keith McCoy and Shaun College
Vocals by Scott Casey
Produced by Dan Skye See more »
I watched part 1 a few days ago and totally blown away, so much that I craved a second helping. Toxic Avenger goes to Tokyo, the land of weirdness, has to be cool, right?
At the start something immediately stuck out. They slapped a Halloween mask on the Toxic Avenger. It seriously looks as if the make bought a mask at Target. Part one got Toxie's look perfect. How could they screw up this bad? And not just the face, his entire outfit looks slapped together.
The beginning opens up with some gory awesomeness. It's looking to be a good movie. Everything is looking good until Toxie goes to Tokyo. At that point the movie really takes a plunge. There's a few over-the-top scenes were great to watch. Everything in between those scenes seems slapped together on the spot. Maybe the film crew felt out of place in Japan.
It just didn't have the confidence of the first one. Actually, scratch that, part one is the only true Toxic Avenger movie. Part two should have paid for its dishonor in the true Japanese fashion by disemboweling itself for shaming a classic.
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