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‘Street Trash’ Brings the Gore Home to UK Blu-Ray Via 88 Films UNCUT!

Don’t you just love 80s horror films? Well, if you’re a big fan of splatter flicks in that time period, 88 Films have a real treat for you come November 20th. Director James M. Muro‘s 1987 cult horror comedy classic Street Trash is coming home to UK Blu-Ray fully UNCUT, along with a bucket load of bonus features thrown in. Check out the artwork and bonus contents below, including a pre-order link right here!

It’s not hearts that melt when New York’s tramps fall in love with a beverage called Viper, it’s whole bodies in this gore-drenched shocker that does for alcohol what The Driller Killer did for power tools!

Synopsis:
An unscrupulous liquor store owner steadily wipes out his city’s homeless with lethal booze that melts anyone who consumes it into oblivion! Can a dedicated cop uncover the truth before a seemingly unavoidable hobo holocaust?

Street trash has endured decades of repression at the hands of scissor-happy censors but its gung-ho melt-tastic outlandishness has afforded it a steady cult following since its release, and is presented here restored and uncut.

SPECIAL FEATURE CONTENTS:

  • Restored HD master from the Original Negative
  • 5.1 Surround Remix
  • Original Uncompressed Mono Soundtrack
  • Optional English Subtitles
  • Audio Commentary with Director James Muro
  • Audio Commentary with Writer / Producer Roy Frumkes
  • Introduction by Producer Roy Frumkes
  • Original 16mm Student Film – Street Trash
  • A Conversation between Roy Frumkes and Tony Timpone
  • Meltdown Memoirs – Feature Length ‘Making-Of’ Documentary
  • Jane Arakawa Interview
  • Deleted Scenes and Out-takes
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Teaser Trailer
  • Pop-up Menu
  • Interactive Menus

You can pre-order the 88 Films release of Street Trash from Amazon.co.uk.

Street Trash UK Blu-Ray