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Terror Train (Collector's Edition) [Blu-ray]

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4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Take an excursion into terror with Jamie Lee Curtis in this classic shocker from director Roger Spottiswoode ( Tomorrow Never Dies). It's New Year s Eve, and a group of college coeds have planned a masquerade bash aboard a chartered train. What they didn't plan on was that a knife-wielding psycho would crash the party and begin slaughtering the guests one by one! Who is this brutal costumed killer? Could it be the mysterious magician (David Copperfield) with a talent for swordplay . . . a former frat pledge with an axe to grind . . . or any number of other guests, both invited and uninvited? Also starring Academy Award-Winner Ben Johnson (1971, Supporting Actor, The Last Picture Show), Hart Bochner (Die Hard) and D.D. Winters (aka Vanity, 52 Pick-Up). Features new commentary, exclusive interviews with the creative team behind the film, trailers and more! Special Features • Interview With Production Executive Don Carmody, Producer Daniel Grodnik, Production Designer Glenn Bydwell And Composer John Mills-Cockell • Theatrical Trailer • TV Spot • Still Gallery

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4.0 out of 5 stars Terror Train blu-ray review Jan. 4 2014
By C. Denison TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
My impressions of the Terror Train blu-ray released by Scream Factory (Shout!).

Picture Quality: 1080p/widescreen 1.85:1
The picture quality on this release is fairly good, especially for a low budget film that's over 30 years old. This is a fairly darkly lit film to begin with, but surprisingly colours and detail are actually not half bad. Sure, it's not the best I've ever seen from an older film, but it's still pretty decent. The actor's flesh tones are normal. Black levels are consistently solid. However, I wish the film print could've been cleaned up a bit more. Dirt specs and scratches will pop up often enough (especially briefly in the beginning; YIKES!), but it's tollerable I guess. Overall, it's an obvious upgrade from prior video releases. I'm pleased with these results.
3.5 out of 5

Audio Quality: English 5.1 DTS HD-MA (unlisted on the back of the packaging), English 2.0 DTS HD-MA stereo
The audio quality on this release is fairly good as well. The sound design isn't overly 'engaging' with this film, but being an older, low-budget film it's still pretty nice. Dialogue and sound effects are pretty clear, bass is stable. Musical score sounds very satisfying. No real noticeable cracks or hisses in the audio as well. Overall, the audio on this release is well done.
3.5 out of 5

Special features include 4 different interviews (with production executive Don Carmody, producer Daniel Grodnik, production designer Glenn Bydwell, and composer John Mills-Cockell), the film's theatrical trailer, TV spot, and a still gallery. Also, this blu-ray release also includes reversible cover art and a DVD copy of the film.

All in all, this is a pretty nice release for this cult classic film. If you're a fan of this film, then it's a definite no-brainer; GET IT! If you're new to this film, this version is DEFINITELY worth checking out. This blu-ray release comes recommended from me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome experience ! Dec 6 2012
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
I saw Terror train several time on VHS and DVD but I have to say that's the BluRay experience was incredible. The sound and the picture is amazing. The extra's are very interesting and the during time is bout 45 minutes. Highly recommended.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie Nov. 21 2012
By Jared
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This is a classic from the early 1980's slasher boom. Good cast good setting make this a must see for fans of the genre. This edition from
Scream Factory is a little light on extras compared to some of their other releases, but the upgrade alone is well worth the money. If you only have the old Sony or TVA editions of this film, it's time for an upgrade.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Terror Train July 3 2004
Terror Train in a classic horror movie. It had many scares. The plot was rather simple. A group of college teens play a prank that involves a dead body on a fellow classmate. key member of the prank was Alana who had no idea that there was a dead body. Neither did Mitchy (Sandee Currie) but Doc (Hart Bochner) Did. Then 3 years later the class is having a New Years Eve party on a train. But no one know that a killer hopped on the train. He starts killing random members of the prank and some had no part in it. He stabs One and steals there costume (Its a Costume party) taking his identity. He stalks Mitchy but gets stopped by A drunk friend of hers. Who he slams the head of in a glass mirror. Then he locks the door of the bathroom he commited the murder in. But the Conducter (Ben Johnson) gets it open. He sees the body and tells others. But when they get back the dead body just appears drunk. Little do they know its the killer. Mitchy takes who she thinks is her friend to a small bunk on the train. But he slits her throat.
Doc is with Alana's boyfriend when he falls dead. He takes the body out of the magician room. No one cares about Docs screams because is a real prankster. Alana's boyfriend dies. Then Alana finds Mitchy. The train is halted and a search is taken place in it. Doc stays on with Alana. She leaves and Doc is beheaded. Alana is taken to her own room to stay. A man stands guard at the door but is killed. Then the killer gets in and starts one of the scariest horror movie chase scenes ina horror film. She is chased through halls, To Conducter Box. She is stuck there as the killer breaks the lights. She stabs him through the wire with a letter holder. She goes to edge of train. Where she pushes him off the train. (or so she thinks).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Aug. 13 2014
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a classic
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