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The Toxic Avenger - Zavvi Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook
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Being a huge Troma fan, this Steelbook is a must have. Packed with lots of extra features and the usual mayhem and hilarity from Troma and Lloyd Kaufman! Excellent quality to Blu and nice steelbook. Recommended!Report this review
This is a brilliant Steel book with an embossed front which looks quality. The Blu Ray version of The Toxic Avenger is the best the film as looked, and is far better than previous R1 and R2 releases. Well done 88 Films.Report this review
Very happy to see that Zavvi is back shipping with white cardboard boxes. Any little bit of extra protection for US orders is much appreciated, thank you. This steelbook is very nice. Silvery/grey front with embossed boarder, mop handle, hands, and title. The back has a matte picture of Toxie. There is inside and disc artwork (1 disc - region free). Heard about the film growing up but never seen it unitl I purchased this Zavvi steelbook and had fun watching it. Top films in 1984 were: Beverly Hills Cop, Ghostbusters, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, and Gremlins. Ah, the 80's!Report this review
Years after I caught this late at night on cable TV, what was once a visually murky and low-grade experience is now a crisp and finely detailed pleasure, albeit losing none of its B-movie charm in the process. 88 Films have done a superb job cleaning up Troma's own HD master and the gratuitous splatter and gore look impressive, defying the film's low budget. The extras are a bit hit and miss but bizarre enough to be entertaining. Zavvi's steelbook is a lovely embossed design and the photo doesn't do it justice - some steelbooks can be lazy and uninspired but this certainly isn't the case here, and it is a worthy alternative over the slipcover version of this release.Report this review
Great late night fun for when you've had a few beers and got a couple of mates over. Cheesy and a lot of fun with a nice amount of gore too.Report this review