Street Trash

Director: J. Michael Muro Run Time: 91 min. Format: 35mm Rating: R Release Year: 1987

Starring: Bill Chepil, Mike Lackey, Vic Noto

In celebration of Nitehawk’s 5th anniversary, The Deuce Jockey’s leave Time Square to stump stagger around the streets of old Williamsburg with STREET TRASH. Presented in 35mm and will have writer/producer ROY FRUMKES in person!

Anniversary Note: Nitehawk first screened Street Trash in April 2012. THE DEUCE debuted at Nitehawk in September 2013 with a screening of Vice Squad.

Get off the Glittering Gulch and head east for a walkabout of ol’ WillyB…

When the owner of a liquor store starts selling 60 year old bad/cheap wine to the local hobos, they literally start melting to death. An overzealous cop tries to get to the bottom of all these strange deaths while also dealing with a deranged Vietnam vet. Street Trash is the kind of ridiculous, gross-out midnight fair you can enjoy regardless of where you live, but the film holds a special place in our hearts here at Nitehawk because much of it was filmed right up the road in Greenpoint in mid-1980’s, capturing the neighborhood before the wave of cultural and economic changes swept through the neighborhood, taking much of Street Trash’s trash with it.

Nitehawk’s blog traces Street Trash’s filming locations through Greenpoint with this handy map!

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