Troma Entertainment will be adding hundreds of titles to Amazon’s free-to-watch-with-ads streaming service Freevee
Here is some awesome news for fans of the independent film production and distribution company Troma Entertainment: Troma has just announced that they’re teaming up with Renaissance Content Group add some of their cult classic films to Amazon’s Freevee streaming platform. The films will be available to stream free-with-ads on Freevee, on all streaming devices.
Troma didn’t provide a full list of the titles that will be added to Freevee. If they did, we’d be here going over the list all day, because according to the company they will be putting “hundreds of films” on Freevee! They did mention some specific titles, and we’ll hand it over to them so they can share the information:
Over the next few months, hundreds of films will be coming to the channel. The list includes iconic Troma films such as the entire Toxic Avenger series, Class of Nuke ’em High, Combat Shock, SGT Kabukiman NYPD, Tromeo and Juliet, and Trey Parker’s Cannibal! The Musical. Newer Troma titles, such as The Slashening: The Final Beginning, Mutant Blast, VHS Massacre, and Return to Nuke ’em High Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 will also be included. The list of fiercely independent films ranges from horror and action films to documentaries and comedies.
Founded by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz in 1974, Troma is primarily known for its slime-coated horror comedies, but the company has produced and/or distributed all sorts of movies over the decades. Their most popular release is The Toxic Avenger… and that one’s so popular, it even has a remake on the way that stars Peter Dinklage, Kevin Bacon, and Elijah Wood.
Are you a fan of Troma Entertainment, and are you glad to hear that hundreds of their titles are coming to Amazon’s free-with-ads Freevee platform? Share your thoughts on this news by leaving a comment below.
If you’d rather pay to watch your Troma movies, the company also has their own streaming service called Troma Now. Fans can subscribe to the service for $4.99 a month or $50 a year after a 30-day free trial. They also have movies available for individual digital purchase.
Originally published at https://www.joblo.com/troma-freevee/