Watch The Teaser Trailer For J.L. Sosa's Short Film 'EMPTY TRASH'-It Leaves You Screaming, Literally!

Another new short film was brought to my attention today, introducing 'Empty Trash', a new crime/drama/horror short by filmmaker J.L. Sosa that might leave your crotch cringing after you watch the upcoming 26 minute  treat. For now you can check out the teaser trailer after the jump, it even leaves you with a scream, literally!

From the Press Release:


Minnesota filmmaker J.L. Sosa has embarked on a quest to irrevocably
pervert the minds of moviegoers worldwide with his 26-minute short
film, “Empty Trash.”

Empty Trash” is a neo-noir crime drama/horror film about a paroled
ex-con who is forced into executing a small-time heist that quickly
descends into sadistic mayhem. Those who enjoy dark humor and the
macabre might expect to be merely entertained. While “Empty Trash
delivers on that front, it will also expose audiences to depraved acts
of sadism they’ll wish they could un-see.

Empty Trash” was written, produced, edited and co-directed by Jorge
Luis aka J.L. Sosa (“Moon Patrol,” “Donna, My Love”). Sosa’s greatest
claim to fame is co-starring with cult moviemaker Ted V. Mikels in
R.P. Whalen’s 2006 mockumentary “Mondo Collecto.” Sosa is also a
freelance writer, reporter for the award-winning weekly newspaper the
Hutchinson Leader, and contributor to the movie news website Film
School Rejects.

Co-director and cinematographer Tristan Corrigan (“Absolute,”
“Zerosum”) will soon be commisioned as an officer in the U.S. Navy and
is heading to the USS Gary this fall. While attending Iowa State
University, he worked on the crew of the After Dark horror film,
“Husk.” After several years of kicking ass for Uncle Sam on the high
seas, he hopes to return to the film world with a vengeance.

Empty Trash” stars some of the edgiest performers to emerge from the
Midwest independent film scene: Loren Farrand, Wade Dienert and Alex
. Making a special appearance is legendary scream queen,
screenwriter, producer, director and pin-up model Rachel Grubb
(“Chimera Tribe: The Rakai,” “Bad Girls Burn In Hell,” “Why Am I in a

Empty Trash” has not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of
America. It contains strong language, sadistic violence, genital
mutilation and tobacco use.

Empty Trash trailer from J.L. Sosa on Vimeo.


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