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She couldn’t pinpoint exactly when she started doing it. It was just something she did every day. Like a hobby. Some girls like makeup. Others play sports. Alice was into something a little different. Burying roadkill wasn’t a choice for Alice. It was an addiction. A moral compulsion. All God’s creatures deserved a respectful memorial and she was called to preside over their little funerals. Now Alice was used to seeing mangled piles of limbs and blood-soaked fur, but she had never seen anything like this before. But Alice didn’t discriminate. She buried anything and everything no matter how strange. We all look weird when we’re dead. An eerie, feeling washed over Alice as she walked away from the fresh grave. But that emotion quickly evaporated when she stumbled upon something else in the cemetery. A ticket to the movies. Werewolf Wednesday at the Brazos Cinema. Some cinematic escapism was just what Alice needed. She wasn’t feeling quite herself lately. The solitude of the cool dark theater would alleviate the discomfort. It was getting late. Alice was expected home by now. Just stick to the road she told herself. She soon realized that would be impossible. Alice always wondered what the old hotel looked like inside. It was gutted and slowly rotting. She feared she might suffer the same fate. Growing up, she heard the ghost stories surrounding the hotel. But those spirits were no match for what was following her. Alice knew her fate was inevitable. She carved her own cross with her addiction. She didn’t give that strange creature peace when she buried it in the cemetery, she pissed it off or so, she thought. Alice never left the theater that afternoon the monster was a hallucination a figment of her imagination. Probably an effect of the rabies she contracted weeks ago from one of her animals. Let this be a cautionary tale. Good intentions pave the way to hell.

50 thoughts on “Horror Short Film “Road Trash” | Presented by ALTER

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  2. Yes I'm here. I have a feeling this channel will become Crypt TV's Biggest rival. Love the content this channel produces.

  3. Foxy201Productions:Ladies And Gentlemens,Are You Ready To Show,Slyly & Eleroo & Banjo & Kazooie IN…….ROAD TRASH.

  4. To be honest this was a good short film …..until the moral of the story that is. Poor Alice was only doing the right thing and in the end her reward was a slow death? I don't know if this is right.

  5. Yay I'm early, 11th comment I'm pretty sure ๐Ÿ˜ƒ This was cool, sometimes I like horror when someone else tells the story ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Well, it really is true that in this damn cruel and twisted world we live in, only pain, suffering and betrayals wait for people with good intentions.

  7. I love how Freddy and Jason make a "cardboard cameo" in this video lol. In case anyone is wondering where, the timestamp is 3:02

  8. Ooohhh so this is why all ppl are shit!!! Its so clear now ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ถ {The fuck?} ๐Ÿ‘ฝ๐Ÿšฌ๐Ÿ’€
    Also..magic ticket dies in lone movi3 theater cuz of "contracted rabies"?. At this point I would want ta believe she was ripped apart by a pissed off werewolf at lest that would make more sense then dying alone in a completely Abandoned movie theater.

  9. Thanks for sharing Road Trash, ALTER!! Halloween came early! Hope you guys enjoy my little werewolf short! Happy Halloween! -Natasha

  10. This is the best out of a couple dozen Alter movies I've seen. There are some close seconds, but hands down on this video.

  11. That was super -cool-fun ! I really enjoyed that it was narrated as opposed to actor dialogue. Gave the movie a different vibe ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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