In the sleazy, foreboding world of winos, derelicts and drifters in lower Manhattan, two young runaways - eighteen-year-old Fred (Mike Lackey) and his younger brother, Kevin (Mark Sferrazza) - live in a tire hut in the back of an auto wrecking yard. Life is hard, but the most lethal threat to the boys is the mysterious case of 'Tenafly Viper' wine in Ed's liquor store window. The stuff is forty years old... and it's gone bad. REAL bad! Anyone who drinks it melts in seconds, and it's only a dollar a bottle!
"Eraserhead meets Night Of The Living Dead meets Texas Chaisaw Massacre". -- Tony Vance :Radio 1 England
"Loathsome, foul and degrading, Street Trash is a real treat for anyone who thinks the're seen it all. -- George A. Romero :Director of
"Street Trash deliberately goes where no movie has ever gone before." -- Tom Savini :SPFX Artist
"Street Trash rules on all the right levels. It's funny and gross and mortifying and frightening, and loaded with talent" -- Jonathan Demme: Director of