Street trash poster

Street trash

Street trash - 1987 - Color - 91 mn French dubbed version - USA - Comedy, Horror
  • Direction
    Jim Muro
  • Production
    Roy Frumkes, Edward Muro Sr., James Muro Sr.
  • Screenplay
    Roy Frumkes, Jim Muro
  • Editing
    Dennis Werner
  • Photography
    David Sperling
  • Music by
    Rick Ulfik
  • With
    Bill Chepil, Mike Lackey, Vic Noto, Mark Sferrazza
Presentation reserved to audience above 12

In the Brooklyn slums, hobos are dying in horrible ways after drinking bottles of Tenafly Viper. This liquor is sold on the cheap by a store owner who happened to find a forgotten stock in his basement.

Following Sam Raimi’s footsteps in Evil Dead and John Waters’ in Pink Flamingo, and Frank Henenlotter’ films (with whom he started his career on Blood Brothers), Jim Muro signs his only film, gaining instant cult status with its delirious scenes and its dorky skanky humor, as violent hobos rape nymphomaniacs to death when they don’t literally melt down in spurts of multicolor gore. Irreverent.

Sunday 10 September 2017 - 19:15 - Showroom 300 - Screening presented by Jaume Balagueró

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