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Product Details

  • Actors: Edouard Baer, Tracey Burroughs, Roy David, Lyle Derek, Mario Díaz (II)
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • DVD Release Date: September 28, 2004
  • Run Time: 114 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002VEV5C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #377,220 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Terror Firmer" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Three separate audio commentaries by Lloyd Kaufman, actors, and editors of the movie
  • Extensive deleted scenes with commentary
  • Option to watch Terror Firmer with deleted scenes intact
  • Tons of Easter eggs
  • Alternate scenes plus alternate ending filmed at the Cannes Film Festival
  • Actor auditions
  • Bloopers
  • Comic book to film comparisons
  • Original theatrical trailer and more

Editorial Reviews

Lloyd Kaufman directs a talented cast of young and brilliant stars including Alyce LaTourelle, Trent Haaga, Sheri Wenden, Debbie Rochon, and Will Keenan. Suprise cameos include Lemmy, Ron Jeremy, and famous mystery guests! This is the critically acclaime

Customer Reviews

An incredibaly funny, very violent, and fairly titilating movie.
The film is one of the best black movies I have ever seen, and I recommend it to you, because it is fantastic and a classic.
If your a fan of Troma movies like I am, then you pretty much know what to expect.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By "videophile" on March 8, 2001
Format: DVD
Terror Firma is an independant film made by Troma, one of the last (if not THE last) small time movie companies left in the United States. You should purchase this movie if for no other reason than to support independant film. But once you do buy it, what will you get? An incredibaly funny, very violent, and fairly titilating movie.
I was talked into watching this movie by an aquantance. Never having seen a Troma film, I wasn't sure what to expect. I thought it would be a low budget slasher flick with lots of fake blood. I was mostly wrong. It turned out to be a very funny and interesting satire on the movie industry, movie making, and society in general. (While also being a slasher flick with lots of fake blood.) I haven't laughed as much at a movie in years.
As for the acting, while most of the actors will never utter the words "I'd like to thank the Academy," the female lead, Alyce LaTourelle, was simply excellent. I was surprised to see someone with as much talent in a low budget picture like this one. She is destined for bigger pictures, but not nessisarily better ones.
The Extras: The DVD is a two disc set that as some of the best extras of ANY DVD I've seen (an I have hundreds.) Most "making of featurettes" are nothing but the actors talking on the set about how excited they are to be making the movie, with clips from the movie thrown in. This DVD has a 90+ minute movie showing the whole process from the first day of shooting to the premier. I would have paid ... for this alone. They also have many deleted scenes, alternative scenes, and bloopers. There's footage of the actors auditioning for the movie (when's the last time you saw that on a DVD?) But wait, there's more!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Leach HALL OF FAME on March 21, 2003
Format: DVD
"Terror Firmer" is yet another seedy contribution to the world of cinema by the gang at Troma films. Lloyd Kaufman, the founder of Troma, continues to offer up films loaded with soft-core sex, sickening gore, and acting so bad that it makes a home movie look like a Shakespeare production. Kaufman's best known film is "The Toxic Avenger," a 1985 release that, despite the bizarre premise, succeeded beyond anyone's wildest expectations. Troma took the modest success of "Avenger" and promptly ran it into the ground with a series of stupid sequels and shameless self-promotion. To a great extent, "Terror Firmer" is itself a means of promoting Troma and its no budget films.

"Terror Firmer" is a film about making a film, namely a behind the scenes look at the making of "The Toxic Avenger Part 4." In the process of creating yet another sequel in the Toxic Avenger franchise, we learn that a serial killer is hunting down members of the cast and crew. Kaufman himself stars as the blind (yes, blind) director of the film, interacting with cast and crew members played by Debbie Rochon, Alyce LaTourelle, Will Keenan, Kaufman's real life daughter, adult film star Ron Jeremy, Lemmy from the thrash band Motorhead, and Troma co-founder Michael Herz. Many of these people appeared in other Troma films, so "Terror Firmer" seems to be a sort of reunion/chef-d'oeuvre for Kaufman and company.

The idea behind "Terror Firmer" is to show how difficult it is to make a low budget film. We constantly see the trials and tribulations that actors and crew face during a shooting schedule. Apparently, romances always blossom on a film set, as does professional jealousy. Throw in a pain-in-the-you-know-what prima donna leading lady and you have a typical day in the movie business.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jon D on February 15, 2001
Format: DVD
I'm a fifteen-year-old Troma fan, and Lloyd Kaufman is a hero of mine. He was coming to Cleveland to show Terror Firmer at the Cinematheque and have a short discussion beforehand. I was extremely disappointed that the theatre said that under absolutely no circumstances will anyone under 18 will anyone be admitted into this movie. Disappointed, I wrote a letter to Lloyd and attatched a copy of an essay I wrote about how he was my hero. To my surprise, someone from Troma's offices called and arranged for me to meet Lloyd one-on-one at the Rock'N'Roll Hall of Fame. To make a long story short, Lloyd spent the afternoon with me, and he was by far THE nicest, kindest person I've ever met, and he encouraged me to persue my passion for film. He gave me one strong word of advice: Don't see Terror Firmer. Now that I own it on dvd (*hah*) I know exactally what me meant. I cannot believe that the same gentelman made this movie, and was the one cursing througout the documentary. The whole point of this story is: This movie has no stops. It's even sicker than the conversations that highschoolers have at lunch. I love it. And if you're interested in filmmaking, the commentary tracks and documentary are an absolute must, as they've given me more insight to the filmmaking process than any other dvd or book. It's a must-have.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Morales on April 1, 2003
Format: DVD
This is my first Troma purchase and may I say, what a film company! Judging from this film and other trailers found on this dvd I must say that Troma (as sick as some may say it is) is truly an artistic film company.
Terror Firmer takes place on the making of a film. The film is on the making of a film. While this film is getting made there is someone killing off each member of the crew one by one in pretty sick and brutal ways. I don't know what else to say except that THIS MOVIE ROCKS! No other movie out there has ever had me cringing and laughing at the same time. Aside from all the humor in this film (which could have been just a little better) there is some great gore effects, some of the best I've actually seen in a long time (surprisingly because this isn't a big budget picture). There is also lots of great softcore sex and nudity and basically everything people love to see but are too afraid to admit they do.
The extras are unlimited. There are trailers from other sick upcoming troma films, music videos (featuring even more xxx material) and a one and a half hour "Making of" Documentary on the making of Terror Firmer. And may I say this is definitely the BEST making of documentary I've scene of any making of featurrette on any film ever! Why? Because it's real. While other making of's are showing you interviews of people talking about how great their co-actors and directors are, this one doesnt have any of that fake stuff. It shows you deep behind the scenes with actors getting angry, the director screaming at everyone, and bloopers throughout. If you love sex, gore, violence, sick jokes or anything of this nature DO NOT PASS UP THIS FILM! Buy it now because I guarantee you won't be dissappointed with it!
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