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Night Train Murders [DVD] [1975]

Release Date:10/26/2004
Blue Underground has turned out a solid disc of a Euro-cult favorite with this edition of Night Train Murders. As usual, they have produced a strong transfer that offers a crisp anamorphic widescreen image with rich color. The audio portion of the disc forgoes its original Italian-language soundtrack for a mono English dub; it would have been nice to have the choice of an Italian track with subtitles, but the English track is a strong, smooth-sounding affair. In terms of extras, this disc offers a little less than the usual Blue Underground outing. Thankfully, the major extra here is a good one: a 15-minute interview with director Aldo Lado that offers plenty of information on the film's inspirations, production, and public/critical reception in one compact space. The package is rounded out by American and European theatrical trailers, some radio spots, and a comprehensive stills gallery. In short, this is a tidy, well-assembled package for fans of European exploitation fare and well worth a look to cult movie enthusiasts with a yen for vintage sleaze.

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (3 out of 3)

    Special Features

    • "Riding the Night Train": Interview with co-writer/director Aldo Lado
    • Theatrical trailers
    • Radio spots
    • Poster & still galleries


    Night Train Murders
    The Last House on the Left was a morally bankrupt but highly profitable film about rape, murder, and revenge. The 1978 sequel, The New House on the Left, may even be more reprehensible than the original. Whereas the murder site of the first film was a remote house, the scene of the crime in the sequel is a train (thereby negating the title). This film includes more rapes, more murders, and more revenge than the original --and, undoubtedly, more cash lining the pockets of the producers. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Flavio Bucci
      Flavio Bucci - Blackie
    • Macha Meril
      Macha Meril - Passeggera
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      Gianfranco de Grassi - Curly
    • Enrico Maria Salerno
      Enrico Maria Salerno - Giulio Stradi
    • Marina Berti
      Marina Berti - Laura Stradi

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