Trash Humpers is a 2009 film written and directed by Harmony Korine. It is the fourth feature film directed by Korine. It was filmed in Nashville, Tennessee. It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 12, 2009 and began its theatrical run in the US on May 7, 2010.

Describing Trash Humpers, Korine has said:
I remember when I was a child there was a small group of elderly people who would hang out in the back alleys and under bridges by my house. They always seemed to be getting drunk and dancing. One night I looked out my bedroom window and saw a group of them humping trash cans and laughing. It sounded like they were speaking a strange invented language. This is a movie about them.
Pictures relating to the film and its production can be found here.

Trash Humpers was released on DVD in the UK through Warp and Alcove Entertainment on September 20, 2010, and in the US though Drag City on September 21. Both releases include as extras 16-minutes of deleted scenes and the short films Mac and Plac (2010) and Blood of Havana (2010), as well as a 24-page booklet.

For the US release, Drag City offered a limited number of copies in a brown paper bag signed and "trashed" by Korine.

VHS copies of Trash Humpers individually customised and signed by Korine were also released by Warp and Alcove Entertainment alongside the DVD release, offered through the film's official website. The VHS copies were released in a limited edition of 300 - 150 in PAL format and 150 in NTSC format - and sold for £50.00 each.

35mm film prints of Trash Humpers, with cases customised by Korine, were also offered through the film'd official website. Released in a limited edition of five, they were offered for £7,500 each.

A 136-page book with material related to Trash Humpers is scheduled for release through JRP-Ringier on February 28, 2011.

The soundtrack to Trash Humpers was released by Drag City on June 29, 2010. The soundtrack was released on a 7" EP, with a limited run of 500 signed/"trashed" copies. The soundtrack was also sold on CD-Rs that were placed in old CD covers that had had their cover art vandalised.