One of the most outrageous and unforgettable cult classics of 1980s schlock cinema, the gross-out horror-comedy STREET TRASH comes to DVD in January 2010 as a special two-disc edition.
Not only completely restored and totally uncut, but also loaded with over two hours of extra features including a brand new, exclusive to the UK interview with actress Jane Arakawa (who plays Wendy in the movie) plus a comprehensive, feature-length look back at the making of the film through the eyes of the creative talents responsible for bringing this insane gore-fest to the screen.
This release also comes with a reversible sleeve that gives fans the choice of displaying the movie’s original UK rental video artwork or a newly commissioned piece of oil painting artwork, plus a poster of the same.
Hailed as “funny and gross and mortifying and frightening, and loaded with talent, wit and imagination on both sides of the camera” by Oscar winning director Jonathan Demme (The Silence Of The Lambs), STREET TRASH is an unbelievably gory and hilarious exercise in cinematic bad taste.
It “ranks among the debut films of George Romero, Tobe Hooper, Sam Raimi and Wes Craven” (Mad Magazine, Paris).
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The two-disc STREET TRASH (cert. 18) will be released on DVD (£15.99) by Arrow Video on 11th January 2010. Special Features include: “The Meltdown Memoirs” feature; a UK exclusive interview with Jane Arakawa (Wendy).