Unintentionally, I again came up with two movies for the final installment of Month of the Living Dead that share an additional theme.  This time, it’s “Movies that can only be compared to Troma.”

Chopper Chicks In Zombietown (1989) was distributed by Troma, but was produced independently.  As such, it doesn’t try so gosh-darned hard to be willfully campy and, you know, Troma-esque.

Zombies Gone Wild (2007), on the other hand, finally answers the question, “How Troma-esque does a movie have to be before even Troma won’t distribute it?” (I’m making the assumption that Troma was approached before the filmmakers finally went with Westlake Entertainment Group.)

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