Tales from the Crapper (Stomp Visual) (2004)

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Released 14-Nov-2005
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Tales from the Crapper is the inaugural film in Troma Entertainment and Lloyd von Kaufman's acclaimed Dog pile 95 Doctrine of Digital Filmmaking, and is destined to be part of all the critic's must see lists. Filmed on three continents, over a three year period, with six directors, fifteen writers and a cast of hundreds, Tales from the Crapper adds up to pure en-TROMA-tainment! Hosted by everyone's favourite harbinger of the horrible, The Crapkeeper, tales from the Crapper boasts not one but TWO films in one extraordinary digital feature! Twice the monsters! Twice the fat guys! And twice the boobies! Tired of searching for the blend of highbrow entertainment, king-fu action, alien adventure and hot vampire lesbian sex? Well look no further, because tales from the Crapper is the perfect combination of all those things!
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Julie Strain
Lloyd Kaufman
Kevin Eastman
Gabriel Friedman
Jorge Garcia
James Gunn
Stephen Blackehart
Debbie Rochon
Joe Fleishaker
Ron Jeremy
Trey Parker
Ted Raimi
New Found Glory
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Gabriel Friedman
Chad Ferrin
Dave Paiko
Brian Spitz
Count Smokula
Justin Remer
Purple Pam Shelby
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding Dual
Comedy 2004 97:56 (Case: 90) 576i (PAL) 1 2 3 4 5 6
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English Dolby Digital 2.0 (192Kb/s), English Audio Commentary Dolby Digital 2.0 (192Kb/s)
Main Menu Audio & Animation, Featurette-Behind The Scenes, Featurette-Julie Strain Presents Topless Comedy Jam, Theatrical Trailer-Original And Newer, Deleted Scenes, Credits-Troma's Extras, Web Links-Web Comic, Audio Commentary-Commentary with Lloyd Kaufman and Editor Gabe Friedman, Audio Commentary-Commentary with Julie Strain and Director Brian Spitz, Introduction-Introduction by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz
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