Troma’s Eating Miss Campbell is about to begin its theatrical run, with “Silent Bob” himself, Kevin Smith, hosting the premiere. Both director Liam Regan and producer Lloyd Kaufman will also be in attendance for a Q&A.
Eating Miss Campbell “follows a vegan-goth high school student who falls into a taboo relationship with her new English teacher and soon develops a problematic taste for human flesh.”
The movie features a cast of genre favorites, including Laurence R. Harvey (The Human Centipede sequels), Lyndsey Craine (Book of Monsters), Vito Trigo (My Bloody Banjo), and Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger), with an original score composed by Oscar® winner Joe Renzetti (Child’s Play, Poltergeist III & Frankenhooker).
“Heavily Influenced by the work of producer Lloyd Kaufamn, filmmaker Liam Regan has crafted a British Troma film where teenage crushes and cannibalism collide, a gut-busting and gore-soaked comedy horror that pushes about every boundary socially constructed.”