Indie Horror Short Road Trash Delivers Teaser

We were just sent a new teaser trailer for a cool new horror short. Road Trash is an indie horror short in the works by first-time director/writer/producer Natasha Pascetta. What makes this project more and music interesting is that the “Final Girl” herself, Heather Langenkamp, narrates this twisted fairytale. What’s the story?

Insignificant. Worthless. Disgusting. These are adjectives that may come to mind when you see a dead animal on the side of the road. And that’s ok. That doesn’t make you a bad person; that makes you a rational person. That also makes you very different from Alice.

Alice is addicted to burying road kill.

Addiction is a brutal disease. It guarantees to ravage you. It influences all of your decisions. It skews your perception of reality. It ruins your relationships with the people you love. It puts your life at risk.  For Alice, her addiction fulfills all of these tragic promises in the short film, “Road Trash.”


The short will also be the debut of film composer James Malone. The creative force behind acclaimed death metal band Arsis, Malone will provide a haunting score inspired by Fabio Frizzi, Goblin, and classic metal. Lifelong horror fans, they decided to turn their love of the genre into something tangible that could combine their talents.

Road Trash is currently in post-production and will make the film festival cycle later this year. Enjoy the trailer!



Are you a horror filmmaker looking to have your work seen? You should think about submitting your short films to the Midsummer Scream SCREAMING ROOM presented by HorrorBuzz! Midsummer Scream is a two-day Halloween festival held at the end of July in Long Beach California that celebrates Halloween, horror, and all things spooky. The Screaming Room is presenting a two-day film festival of horror shorts, offering new filmmakers a nurturing place to present their terrifying works.


By | 2018-02-13T13:34:12+00:00 February 13th, 2018|Indie Horror, Movies, Trailers|0 Comments

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Norm(an) Gidney is a nearly lifelong horror fan. Beginning his love for the scare at the age of 5 by watching John Carpenter's Halloween, he set out on a quest to share his passion for all things spooky with the rest of the world.

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