Troma Entertainment is letting fans know that many of their favorite Troma actors will be featured in the upcoming film, “Return to Nuke ‘Em High Vol. I and II.” Out of all of the actors that have graced Troma’s films throughout it’s 40-year history, here’s who you can expect in “Nuke ‘Em High” (beware a long blockquote ahead):

Leesa Rowland (“Class of Nuke ‘Em High 2 & 3”), Lemmy from Motorhead (“Tromeo & Juliet,” “Terror Firmer,” “Citizen Toxie”), Lisa Gaye (“Class of Nuke ‘Em High 2 & 3,” “The Toxic Avenger 2 & 3,” “Terror Firmer”), Debbie Rochon (“Tromeo & Juliet, Terror Firmer, Citizen Toxie, Poultrygeist), Brick Bronsky (Class of Nuke ‘Em High 2 & 3, Sgt. Kabukiman, NYPD”), Dan Snow (“The Toxic Avenger 1-3,” “Troma’s War,” “Citizen Toxie”), Ron Jeremy (“Terror Firmer,” “Citizen Toxie”), Rick Collins (“Troma’s War,” “The Toxic Avenger 2 & 3”), Robert Prichard (“The Toxic Avenger,” “Class of Nuke ‘Em High”), Joe Fleishaker (“Troma’s War,” “Poultrygeist”), Count Smokula (“All the Love You Cannes”), Doug Sakmann (“All the Love You Cannes,” “Citizen Toxie”), Gabe Friedman (“Terror Firmer,” “Citizen Toxie,” “Poultrygeist”), Jamie Greco (“Tales From the Crapper,” “Poultrygeist”) Mark Neveldine (Director, “Crank” series, “Ghostrider: Spirit of Vengeance”), and the mysterious World Champion.

Retun to Nuke ‘Em High Vo. I and II has fun with sci-fi by turning today’s news on its head:

“‘Return to Nuke ‘Em High Vol. 1 & II’ is a satirical sci-fi comedy event film with themes ripped straight from today’s headlines: the contamination and degradation of the world’s food supply, rampant bullying, and love triumphing over prejudice. The film is in the same vein as other classics such as Class of 1984, Rock ‘n’ Roll High School, and Carrie, but seen through the unique vision of Lloyd Kaufman and the Troma Team.

Welcome to Tromaville High School where, unfortunately, the glee club has mutated into a vicious gang of Cretins. Chrissy and Lauren, two innocent lovers-bloggers, must fight not only the Cretins, mutants and monsters but also the evil Tromorganic Foodstuffs Conglomerate. Will they save Tromaville High School and the world?”

You can learn more about the film at Troma’s official site, the film’s Facebook page and Twitter page.

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By Monique Jones

Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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