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!
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.
Starring: Bill Chepil, Vic Noto, Jane Arakawa, Mike Lackey
Directed by: Jim Muro
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
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