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[Review] ‘Trash Fire’ is Frequently Painful, Uncomfortable and…Funny!

If you thought that you had the worst family relationship in existence, your clearly haven’t seen Trash Fire. Let’s bitch it out… It’s clear that writer / director Richard Bates Jr is using Trash Fire to work through some issues. Bates Jr, the man behind genre favourite Excision, has never made a conventional horror film, but Trash Fire may be […]
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