Following its hugely successful festival run, the horror comedy Eating Miss Campbell will be available to buy on Blu-ray from March 4th.

The film focuses on a Goth, vegan high school student who gets involved with her English teacher and develops a taste for human flesh. A biting satire on the problems facing the school system in the US, it relishes every opportunity to offend and push boundaries. Naturally, we loved it.

Written and directed by Liam Regan, the movie wears its Troma influences on its sleeve and is as wild and wonderfully disgusting as anything Uncle Lloyd Kaufman has released.

The film stars a host of genre favourites, including Lyndsey Craine (How to Kill Monsters), Laurence R. Harvey (The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence), Vito Trigo (My Bloody Banjo), and Lloyd Kaufman himself.

The limited edition release (only 2,500 available, all signed and numbered by the director) is packed with bonus features, including a documentary, commentary, outtakes, B-roll, raw behind-the-scenes footage and much more. The first pressing includes a slipcover by Tricia Zimic (Surf Nazis Must Die!  –her first cover for a Troma movie in 30 years!), and sleeve art by Mila K.

It’s only available directly from the filmmaker from March 4th via

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