Overt sexuality, graphic violence, gore and nudity were synonymous with Troma films. Cult hits like The Toxic Avenger, Tromeo and Juliet and Cannibal! The Musical still push the b-movie train into classic film history. So when you watch a film by Troma Films' protÃ©gÃ© Aidan Dillard, you see the perverse influence of his mentor Lloyd Kaufman, founder of Troma Entertainment.
Meat Weed Madness & Meat Weed America, 2 of Dillard's Troma Produced Films premiered in Miami - another milestone for the South Florida film scene. In the tradition of Troma, Aidan maintains a stream of T&A with the gratuitous violence this country cultivated since the sexual revolution of American Cinema. His morally deprived, eccentric characters represent a spectrum of hedonistic American Cultures and push the envelope of decency with much dismay to those who cannot appreciate the art of Pushing Boundaries.
His latest film Death Print premiered August 8th at the Colony Theatre. It stars the likes of notable stars Ted Vernon (Village of the Damned, Hammerhead Jones) & Fetish Goddess Rubber Doll (www.rubberdoll.net ) as well as a slew of others such as Nastie, Otto von Schirach, Cuci Amador, Jose le Rey, Lolo, the TM Sisters, Thug Jesus, Clifton Childree, and a many more. The cinematography and production value give promise to the future of South Florida filmmakers and where it can go from here.
Whether you like to push the envelope in filmmaking or you prefer the more conservative approach, you need to go for the throat, and Aiden takes 2 heads, 2 balls and feeds a corndog to a porn star... now that's how you get attention.