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Tales from the Crapper (2004)

A horror anthology that contains two chilling tales, set up by the "Crap Keeper".

Directors:

Gabriel Friedman (as Flabe Griedman), Chad Ferrin | 3 more credits »

Writers:

Mark C. Adams, Edward Havens (additional dialogue) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lloyd Kaufman ... The Crap Keeper / Dad / Tromantis voice (as The Crap Keeper)
Julie Strain ... Ivanna Dance / Demanda
James Gunn ... Himself
Elizabeth Johnson Elizabeth Johnson ... James' Assistant
Kevin Eastman ... Travis Dance
Joel Himelhoch Joel Himelhoch ... Chief Doublestump
Elwood Carlisle Elwood Carlisle ... Private Dick Sam Black
Ronn Surels Ronn Surels ... Deke The Red Herring (as Ron Surels)
Timothy Muskatell Timothy Muskatell ... Guy who finds the space ship (as Tim Muskatell)
Josh Taylor Josh Taylor ... Fake Zit Guy
India Allen India Allen ... Sally Sterks - Heavy Set Tromaville Anchor
Eli Roth ... Party Goer
John Williamette John Williamette ... Guy who gets ass fucked by buddy (as John L Willamette)
Antonia Dorian Antonia Dorian ... Larry the Stripper
Gared Williams Gared Williams ... Bouncer
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A horror anthology that contains two chilling tales, set up by the "Crap Keeper".

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Genres:

Horror | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 September 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Julie Strain's Tales from the Crapper See more »

Company Credits

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Troma Entertainment See more »
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Trivia

Wes Craven contributed $100 to the production while visiting the set. See more »

Quotes

James Gunn: People say bad things about the dark lord, but I say he's a swell guy. Praise Satan!
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Connections

References The Toxic Avenger (1984) See more »

Soundtracks

I Must Set This World Aflame
by Murderous Vision
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Two disasters turn into one funny movie
6 January 2006 | by HEFILMSee all my reviews

These were two video shot movies that Troama decided were horrible so in a desperate move turned into this one movie. Perhaps the bitterness on Troama's side helped spark the comedy, but for whatever reason this is very funny stuff with an inspired bit with "Oliver Stone" doing commentary during the movie. Lots of cameos, lots of use of the Lesbian Cannibal HoeDown song add to the fun. Trey Parker, Ted Raimi, Julie Strain etc etc....

One of the best of recent Troama releases. Yes it's all over the place, know that going in, the production quality, or lack of, becomes one of the many running jokes. Go with it and you'll be in for a good time.

The behind the scenes, frequently the best things about Troama releases are also above average this time around. I really think the anger they felt over these two lousy films helped drive them to, well not greatness, but drove them to "fix" this film in a way that's better than either of the films would have been as they were originally planned.


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