I kid, I kid. Troma's library of cinema shlock offers up some decidedly bizarre film inspirations that definitely push the bounds of good taste in a fun way. Though I know quite a few folks who pass up something from their catalogue because it isn't their tastes, I have no problem watching damn near anything, and some of it ends up being very good-natured stuff. I will concede that some of their 1980's stuff is a bit bizarre, but I'd still say it's mostly harmful.
In any event, Troma and Alle Films teamed up for a release in 2018 titled Mutant Blast which appears to have won over an all-new legion of fans. IMDB.com shows it billed as an Action/Horror/Comedy (usually a decent combination and definitely makes it sound like something in Troma's sphere of influence), and the flick maintains a 6+ score (out of ten) with interested viewers. That's a very decent number (scroll through any other Troma title, and you'll see what I mean), and it's definitely earned its sea legs from a helluva round-up of film festival appearances and the like. Dare I also mention that Mutant Blast has brought home a respectable number of trophies as well as a few additional nominations that fell a bit short? Trust me when I saw that's great for anything Troma!
I mention this because I read yesterday that this quirky film has finally found its release date, and it'll be coming to home video in May, 2022. Those of you who wish to pre-order can follow the link below (for Amazon.com). Since I haven't seen it, I can't tell you whether or not it's worth a blind buy or not, but a 6+ fan rating has to be for something, does it not?
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!