The New Kids: Turbo goes Nitro

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Dutch white trash is hotter than ever these days, embodied by the New Kids. They are violent, rude, gross, racist, sexist and very ‘facepalmy’. They’ll make you want to drink the cheapest beer you can find and go primitive in many bad ways. The New Kids film Nitro was just announced, and is ready to roll on 8 December.

In Nitro, the province of Friesland is invaded by a plague of zombies, far away from Maaskantje, the New Kids’ village in the province of Noord-Brabant. The New Kids are busy fighting a war with their counterparts in the nearby town of Schijndel, illegal street races and major fights abound. The zombies eventually get someone from Brabant and the New Kids then have a bigger, badder evil to screw with.

It’s on, ‘kut’!

No need for subtitles:

homo = fag
kut, swear word like ‘shit’, but meaning ‘cunt’ and used constantly as a noun, adjective, adverb, etc.

The fun party music at the end of the trailer goes ‘hoeren neuken, nooit meer werken’, which is the New Kids motto: ‘screwing whores and not working anymore’. Lovely.

Here’s the trailer of the first film Turbo that came out on 9 December 2010.

3 Comments »

  1. You mean “street terrorism” by native Dutch kids? Gee-we were all lead to believe that only allochtonen were street terrorists!

    Also, thank Pim Fortyun, the one who is largely responsible for the notion of “say what you think and do what you say.”

    Comment by eslaporte — October 13, 2011 @ 1:29 am

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