The first film written by James Gunn, who went on to write 2004's Dawn of the Dead and write/direct Slither, Tromeo & Juliet moves Shakespeare's classic tale of star-crossed love from 16th Century Verona to a crumbling modern day New York, where young Tromeo (Will Keenan) and Juliet (Jane Jenson) must defy their families endless feud in order to be together for eternity.

Featuring all the body piercing, kinky sex, car crashes and dismemberment that Shakespeare always wanted but never had, Tromeo & Juilet is the most subversive and original literary adaptation ever put on screen!

Extras/Episodes:

  • Region Free
  • 4 Audio Commentaries (the original commentary, one recently recovered vintage commentary, and two new ones) featuring writer James Gunn (SLITHER), director Lloyd Kaufman (THE TOXIC AVENGER), actor Sean Gunn (GILMORE GIRLS), editor Frank Reynolds and editor Gabriel Friedman (TERROR FIRMERCITIZEN TOXIEPOULTRYGEIST).
  • 2 hours of interviews with crew and cast members, including Debbie Rochon (Ness), Tiffany Shepis (Peter), Sean Gunn (Sammy), Stephen Blackehart (Benny), and Lemmy (from Motorhead).
  • Deleted Scenes, including Ron Jeremys missing scene and a new featurette of James and Lloyd commenting on the missing scenes.
  • Rehearsal footage of Jane Jensen and Debbie Rochon
  • GETTING HOSTEL WITH HOLLYWOOD: James Gunn and Lloyd Kaufman visit Eli Roths birthday party
  • SLITHERING THROUGH HOLLYWOOD EXTENDED VERSION: A new longer version of Lloyds visit to the set of James Gunns SLITHER.
  • Fan reenactments of scenes from the film
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Jane Jensen, Will Keenan, Valentine Miele
Director:
Lloyd Kaufman
Region:
Free
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
107 mins approx.
studio:
88 Films
Theatrical Release Year:
1996

Tromeo and Juliet

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The first film written by James Gunn, who went on to write 2004's Dawn of the Dead and write/direct Slither, Tromeo & Juliet moves Shakespeare's classic tale of star-crossed love from 16th Century Verona to a crumbling modern day New York, where young Tromeo (Will Keenan) and Juliet (Jane Jenson) must defy their families endless feud in order to be together for eternity.

Featuring all the body piercing, kinky sex, car crashes and dismemberment that Shakespeare always wanted but never had, Tromeo & Juilet is the most subversive and original literary adaptation ever put on screen!

Extras/Episodes:

  • Region Free
  • 4 Audio Commentaries (the original commentary, one recently recovered vintage commentary, and two new ones) featuring writer James Gunn (SLITHER), director Lloyd Kaufman (THE TOXIC AVENGER), actor Sean Gunn (GILMORE GIRLS), editor Frank Reynolds and editor Gabriel Friedman (TERROR FIRMERCITIZEN TOXIEPOULTRYGEIST).
  • 2 hours of interviews with crew and cast members, including Debbie Rochon (Ness), Tiffany Shepis (Peter), Sean Gunn (Sammy), Stephen Blackehart (Benny), and Lemmy (from Motorhead).
  • Deleted Scenes, including Ron Jeremys missing scene and a new featurette of James and Lloyd commenting on the missing scenes.
  • Rehearsal footage of Jane Jensen and Debbie Rochon
  • GETTING HOSTEL WITH HOLLYWOOD: James Gunn and Lloyd Kaufman visit Eli Roths birthday party
  • SLITHERING THROUGH HOLLYWOOD EXTENDED VERSION: A new longer version of Lloyds visit to the set of James Gunns SLITHER.
  • Fan reenactments of scenes from the film
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Jane Jensen, Will Keenan, Valentine Miele
Director:
Lloyd Kaufman
Region:
Free
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
Run Time:
107 mins approx.
studio:
88 Films
Theatrical Release Year:
1996
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