Blood splatter, dead bodies and boobs galore; Troma TV is the prime destination for b-movie, grind-house and exploitation films. For well over 40 gloriously gruesome years, Troma Entertainment has been a landmark for the most undeniably histrionic, absurd, obscene and impeccably satirical films that we the fans, have ever had the guilty pleasure of experiencing. With over four decades of cult success and the increasing need for companies to modernize, Troma Films is only one of the latest and greatest, companies to start their own streaming service.
Troma Now is the streaming destination location for fans of the broad array of genre-bending titles that Troma Films has to offer. Each month, subscribers have unlimited access to a seemingly endless list of films to choose from. Ranging from parodic cult-classic like Tromeo and Juliet and Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead all the way to erotically charged thrillers including Deep Contact and Blood Sisters of Lesbian Sin. Peculiarly broad as the variety of titles and sub genres may sound, it is widened even further by an extensive and cataloged list of indie series, short films, musicals, adult cartoons and even some added wholesome, family friendly titles to choose from including Binge Out’s family fright-night recommendation, Monster in the Closet.
For a mere $4.99 a month, fans will gain access to an abundance of the most outrageous and obscure films ever to be pumped out and off the production line at Troma Films. Similar in respects to popular horror streaming app Shudder, Troma Now is even offering a free, introductory trial month for new subscribers. With a limitless selection of the bloodiest, juiciest, and nudest titles at your fingers, the only challenge left is choosing where to start and how to keep your sweaty palms smooth.
Troma Now is available via various streaming platforms including, but of course never limited to, Apple TV, Android, Chromecast and Roku.
– Rachael Rumancek
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