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    ""All aboard!

    We are happy to report that TERROR TRAIN is at the replicator. We will update you with a street date soon.

    This new disc features a new 2K scan of the inter-negative plus new interviews with director Roger Spottiswoode and writer Judith Rascoe. The Scream Factory extras will also be included.

    New artwork by artist Devon Whitehead (SHREDDER)

    More updates soon!""

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    Details on the 88 Films UK release.

    Limited Edition Matt O-Card slipcase [First Print Run Only]
    Limited Edition Extensive booklet notes with essays by Nate Roscoe and Naila Scargill, as well as an archive interview with Derek MacKinnon [First Print Run Only]
    High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation
    Remastered by 88 Films with extensive restoration to remove Dust and Sparkle
    DTS-HD MA Mono Soundtrack
    Optional English Subtitles
    Audio Commentary with The Hysteria Continues podcast team
    Audio Commentary with the Kings of Schlocky Bobbins, Dave Wain and Matty Budrewicz
    All Aboard! Interview with Production Desginer Glenn Bydwell
    Destination Death with Producer Daniel Grodnik
    Murder Music with Composer John Mills-Cockell
    Riding the Rails with Production Executive Don Carmody
    Stills Gallery
    TV Spot
    Theatrical Trailer
    Reversible Sleeve
    TECHNICAL SPECS


    Region Code: B
    Picture Format: HD 1.78:1
    Audio Format: DTS-HD MA 2.0 Dual Mono
    Language: English
    Subtitles: English
    Certification: 18
    Running Time: 96 Mins Approx

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    Now, that’s great cover art, for the case and the slip!

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    Wow, thanks for posting about this! My replacement disc is on the way.

    I've also pre-ordered the 88 Films release

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    Halloween (1978), Halloween II (1981), My Bloody Valentine (1981) and Terror Train are about the only movies I feel compelled to buy every time they are upgraded and re-released.
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    I ripped the 88 Films release last night and watched it (I don't have a region free Blu-ray player) and I must say I was thoroughly impressed!

    They not only did a much more thorough job cleaning up the picture but the colours are much more vivid and detail, especially in the darkest scenes and shadows, is amazing. Skin tones are much better as well.

    I'm really glad I have all three Blu-ray releases in my collection but in my opinion the 88 Films release is by far the best!

    Anthony
    Last edited by Anthony A.; 11-20-2019 at 12:00 PM.

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