Trash Humpers (2009) Collector's Edition (Blu-Ray +Book +Rigid case +Slipcase +Poster +Artcards)

Umbrella EntertainmentSKU: DAVID4934_COL
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Sale price $75.00 AUD
Release Date:  22 May 2024

Extras:

Only available from the Umbrella webstore, the Trash Humpers Collector's Edition includes:

  • A 48 page book featuring essay by film writer and programmer Jack Sargeant, essay by Fergus Grealy, behind-the-scenes, experiences and art
  • Custom art outer rigid slipcase by Johny ‘Smoov Design Co.’ Bekavac
  • Custom art slipcase by Johny ‘Smoov Design Co.’ Bekavac
  • 8 artcards
  • A3 reversible poster
  • Limited Edition Numbered release

More Extras TBC

  • NEW! Video essay with author and film critic Kat Ellinger
  • Seattle screening Q&A with director Harmony Korine
  • SXSW 2010 Harmony Korine interview by Chase Whale
  • Outtakes
  • Trailer

  • Disc type: Blu-ray
    No. of discs: 1
    Running time: 77
    Audio format: 5.1 & 2.0
    Format: 1080P
    Colour: COLOUR
    Languages: English
    Aspect ratio: 16:9
    Image ratio: 1.77.1
    Subtitles: English
    Year of Production: 2009
    Release Date: 22 May 2024

    Description

    Only available from the Umbrella webstore, the Trash Humpers Collector's Edition includes:

    • A 48 page book featuring essay by film writer and programmer Jack Sargeant, essay by Fergus Grealy, behind-the-scenes, experiences and art
    • Custom art outer rigid slipcase by Johny ‘Smoov Design Co.’ Bekavac
    • Custom art slipcase by Johny ‘Smoov Design Co.’ Bekavac
    • 8 artcards
    • A3 reversible poster
    • Limited Edition Numbered release

    “Three little devils jumped over the wall… la la la de da da”

    The unbelievable, indescribable, other-dimensional TRASH HUMPERS, from writer/director Harmony Korine (Gummo), is a filth-ladened film that would have us all incinerated if the aliens found it… so Umbrella Entertainment has decided to inflict it on you.

    A gang of elderly people spend their time roaming back alleys, vandalising, causing trouble, frequently tormenting those they come into contact with, and humping trash. What follows is a chaotic, nihilistic, and perhaps nightmarish journey into the dark underside of small-town America, all shot through with a VHS aesthetic that lends the film a found footage quality.

    Director: Harmony Korine

    Cast: Brian Kotzur; Harmony Korine; Rachel Korine; Travis Nicholson

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