Night Train to Terror
Directed by Jay Schlossberg-Cohen
On a train bound for Hell, God and Satan decide the fates of three unfortunate mortals. So goes the setup for this infamous ‘80s horror anthology, whose stories are pieced together from the butchered remains of three other movies, like some kind of hilariously WTF Frankenstein’s monster. “Harry” involves a killer, organ harvesting and an asylum. “Greta” follows a death-obsessed woman who takes part in an unspeakable ritual of Russian roulette. In “Claire”, a young woman and a Holocaust survivor are terrorized by the son of Satan! Are you ready to board the NIGHT TRAIN?
On a train bound for Hell, God and Satan decide the fates of three unfortunate mortals.
Cast: Cameron Mitchell, John Phillip Law, Meredith Haze, Freddy Mane
A weird one. Who were those musicians for?
Great 80s anthology. I love how incoherent and weird it is. Claymation demons and Kalgan from Space Mutiny make this a must-watch. Warning: you will be cheated out of seeing those annoying musicians die horribly.
Medical Examiner in the last story: "Well, uh, he's a white caucasian, late 70's..." LOLOL. There's plenty more where that came from in this charming stench of a "movie".
Overall not great, but it was fun and had quite a few fun shots and one liners.
A really boring movie with horrible acting and directing. It's slightly watchable when it becomes pure schlock during the train segments, and the last ten minutes are so stupid it's enjoyable. 1/10