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Horror Express (1973)

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58%
(7 votes)
Critic Rating
60%
(2 reviews)
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DVD Release Date
 R1: Apr 1, 1997
 R2: 21 Mar 2000

Running Time
1 hour, 30 minutes

Country UK, Spain

Studio Benmar Productions, Granada Television Group

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Other Titles
• Panico en el Transiberiano
• Panic in the Trans-Siberian Train (1972)
• Panic on the Trans-Siberian Express
• Panic on The Trans-Siberian-Train



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Genre: Mystery, Horror, Sci-Fi, Monsters, Suspense, Zombie, Vampires, Aliens, Revenge, Prehistoric

Tagline: Can it be stopped?

Plot: Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing star in this creepy tale of a long-frozen "missing link" discovered in the ice in Northern China. As the frozen relic is being transported to England via a trans-Siberian train, passengers begin turning up dead, their eyes drained of all color. This excellent forgotten horror gem has the look and feel of a Hammer production, though it's Spanish. Oh, and Telly Savalas is in it, too!

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 External Reviews
external linkA good movie that, with some legendary actors. Interesting plot, but gets dull in parts. Check it if you're looking for something to watch and you're not too turned off by old flicks. 6/10


external linkThe premise of this film is solid, but becomes, unfortunately, predictable; knowing where (and who) the monster is doesn't help the tension level. And I'm still trying to figure out the religious-nut character. Enjoyable but forgettable. 3/5
--Jack Witzig (ColdSpot)

external link"Horror Express" is an underrated masterpiece. Even jaded modern audiences should get a big kick out of it. It far surpasses most of the stuff being produced today. They don't make 'em like this anymore, folks.
-- (eSplatter.com)


 Directed by
 Written by
Arnaud d'Usseau
Psychomania
Julian Zimet
Psychomania, Custer of the West
 Cast
Christopher Lee
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
Peter Cushing
Star Wars, Top Secret!, Horror of Dracula
Telly Savalas
The Dirty Dozen, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, The Muppet Movie
Alberto de Mendoza
Bossa Nova, Delusions of Grandeur, And Then There Were None
Silvia Tortosa
Grasp of the Lorelei, Enigma del yate, El
George Rigaud
The Black Tulip, The Colossus of Rhodes, Anche gli angeli mangiano fagioli
[more]
 Music By
John Cacavas
Airport '77, Airport 1975, The Satanic Rites of Dracula

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