I love returning to this movie recently. Its weird knowing this movie was part of the 90s independent cinema that helped pave the way of the DIY aesthetic you see today. But anyway, that's beside the point, though this isn't the funniest movie that Lloyd Kaufman has directed but its his most thematically and tonally sound and actually creates a beautiful defense when people criticize Troma for being just gross!
Troma Studios; the punk rock of film-making. A studio known for making perverse, raunchy, gross and absolutely bizarre films, and yet they're oddly fun to watch, probably because of how quickly made and low budget they are, yet they're made with love and even despite how disgusting they can be at times they're still more original then most indie film nowadays.