Well first I would like to say I would get it and would prefer it an un edited form and any extras you could put on it. Please do a 5.1 remix for it as well.
And I want to tell you how I got my current copy.
I bought an open box VCR way way back (Mid to late 80's) and inside the VCR when I got home was a tape with a bunch of horror movies recorded in EP off the movie channels.
Terror Train was on there.
Terrror Train was one of my favorites from way way back.
I'll add my vote for this flick. Peace
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I've never seen it, but more horror on DVD is always a good thing. Count me in.
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I love Terror Train and would definitley buy a special edition DVD! Horror is the greatest genre in my opinion, and Fox has several great horror films that they should release as special editions. Terror Train is among there best. Release it please!
Considering that Spottiswoode's career has done rather well since this inaugural directing effort, I'm surprised that this little gem has gone unreleased on DVD.
I absolutely would like to see this one on DVD and I think the world is probably full of horror/Jamie Lee/slasher/// (slash, slash, slash) fans who would too.
Terror Train is one of the worst horror movies I have ever seen...just awful, amateur hour all the way!!!!
It's funny how people are petitioning for a film that was filmed only because it was a Canadian tax-shelter writeoff for rich doctors and dentists...
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I'm in. I love this movie. Last year, a video store near me was having a huge closeout sale on VHS tapes. Yeah, I know VHS. But, I happened to pick up a copy of Terror Train in widescreen VHS!!! I couldn't resist. I've never even watched the tape, but now after reading this thread, I'm gonna have to watch it.