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Not as exciting as it's title Terror Train is a dull than thrilling movie it tries to live up to be.
Classic Jamie lee Curtis film, Kind of a who done it movie, lots of fun!
In the 1980s this movie was fresh as it was still early in the life of the slasher flicks that made 80s horror so great.
I loved the movie back then, and I know it hasn't aged well, but it still has quite a bit of nostalgia for fans of the movie from back in the day.
If you like movies like Halloween, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm St, or Silent Rage, then you will likely appreciate this movie too.
Above-average slasher made with some style and atmosphere, but never leaving the boundaries of the genre.
A slow moving train ride with occasional elements of genuine scares from the villian
3/5. An average sequel that benefits from a solid setting and some interesting themes.
This film was released in 1980 at a time when Jamie Lee Curtis was known as the seminal scream queen. After Halloween, around the same year as The Fog and Prom Night was released but just before Trading Places where Curtis turned her sites to comedy. Terror Train deserves a better rating than 38%, it is an influential film classic, despite appearing superficially like just another slasher flick this film is set apart from the rest because it is stylised and noirish. But perhaps most of all Curtis, like her mum, Janet Lee, can act.
Terror Train is a little boring and predictable, and even if the Jamie Lee Curtis helps to keep the thrills, the rest of the cast doesn't do too much.
Skip This Movie It Is Awful!
Stupid Stupid Stupid!