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Class of Nuke 'Em High Part II: Subhumanoid Meltdown (1991)

When school reporter Roger Smith meets a beautiful subhumanoid named Victoria, they fall in love but becomes determined to save her and the new school from a giant mutant squirrel, Tromie.


Eric Louzil


Lloyd Kaufman (original story), Carl Morano (original story) | 7 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Brick Bronsky Brick Bronsky ... Roger Smith
Lisa Gaye Lisa Gaye ... Professor Holt
Leesa Rowland ... Victoria
Michael Kurtz Michael Kurtz ... Yoke
Scott Resnick Scott Resnick ... Dean Okra
Jacki Moen Jacki Moen ... Diane / Bald Subhumanoid (as Jacquelyn Rene Moen)
Robert Dawson ... Murray (as M. Davis)
Phil Rivo Phil Rivo ... Harvey / Malathion Man
Erica Frank Erica Frank ... Tour Guide
Sharon E. Gardner Sharon E. Gardner ... Mother with Baby (as Sharon Gardner)
Bea Lindgren Bea Lindgren ... Grandmother
Lorraine Parchment Lorraine Parchment ... Yoke's Girlfriend
Troy Fromin ... Yoke's Sidekick
Tyler Bowe Tyler Bowe ... Yoke's Sidekick
Paul Borghese ... Baseketball Coach / Toxic Avenger Assistant Director (as Julian Paul Borghese)


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 the nuclear plant, Tromaville Tech is where Prof. Holt has perfected Sub-humanoids.... Living beings without emotions, who have been genetically programmed to perform menial tasks. When school reporter Roger Smith meets a beautiful subhumanoid named Victoria, they fall in love. It's too bad the creatures have a tendency to go into spontaneous meltdown. Roger is now determined to save Victoria from this messy fate, but first he'll have to face the giant mutant squirrel, Tromie, who attacks Tromaville tech in the explosive climax. Written by JohnPaul C. <lennon@execpc.com>

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Student Power Meets Nuclear power!


Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for scenes of nudity and sexuality, for comic horror violence and grossness. | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Roger has posters for many Troma movies in his room, including The Toxic Avenger (1984), the original Class of Nuke 'Em High (1986), and Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. (1990). See more »


When Harvey bites into a glass bottle, there's no blood. By the next shot, blood can be seen running down his chin. When he has a meltdown - the blood has disappeared. See more »


Roger Smith: I am not proud of this world in which I am an occupant.
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Crazy Credits

Fly Casting ................. Many Mackeral See more »


Spoofs King Kong (1933) See more »


Kick Me
Written By David Craig Ellis
Performed by Sweet Little Roxana
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7 November 2006 | by fmarkland32See all my reviews

Brick Bronsky stars as an intellectual muscle man who ends up protecting the girl of his dreams (Translated the only girl who will sleep with him) from corporation lackeys as well as a group of fat bikers who dominate the college. Oh and there are subhumanoids who are created and melt down with little of explanation, although the professor(Lisa Gaye) who sports a Marge Simpson haircut has a cure and being that Bronsky's girlfriend is a subhumanoid, he wants the cure. Of course education takes a backseat to non-stop bizarre set-pieces. Because last month was Halloween I did a non-stop binge on horror movies (AKA movies found in my horror section)and I saw this with the first. The first movie was made with gross out humor but also with restraint that things never got too out of control. Not so here, as Class Of Nukem High II is so bizarre and surreal that it's a non-stop assault on not only your senses but also your common sense and your physical being in general. You will not find a more weird film and yet I admit some of this went a long way, just not enough to be worth putting money down on. Reviewing this movie is hard because it's meant to be bizarre and there is tons of imagination and moments where the humor works but it's just so weird. And my taste in movies is hardly mainstream.

** Out of 4-(Fair)

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12 April 1991 (USA) See more »

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Arizona, USA See more »

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