Blu-ray Art and Official Specs: Horror Express

I'll admit it. Horror Express is one of my favorite movies on the planet. It's impossible not to love a film featuring horror legends Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing squaring off against an armed with a whip Telly Savalas and a whistling demonic yeti who has the ability to suck your brain smooth of its knowledge, thereby turning you into a mindless white and bloody-eyed zombie!

When word broke this morning that this 1973 genre classic was hitting Blu-ray courtesy of MPI and Severin Films, we got immediately to work digging for artwork and extras. Alas ... we have hit paydirt!

Eugenio Martín's Horror Express will be hitting Blu-ray on September 27th with a high definition 1.66:1 transfer from the original negative.

Dig on the artwork and supplemental material after the plot crunch!

An English anthropologist has discovered a frozen monster in the frozen wastes of Manchuria which he believes may be the Missing Link. He brings the creature back to Europe aboard the Trans-Siberian Express, but during the trip the monster thaws out and starts to butcher the passengers one by one.

Special Features

  • “Murder on the Trans-Siberian Express”: New interview with director Eugenio Martín
  • “Notes from the Blacklist”: Producer Bernard Gordon discusses the McCarthy era
  • The Guardian 1973 audio interview with Peter Cushing
  • “Telly and Me”: New interview with composer John Cacavas
  • Introduction by Fango editor Chris Alexander
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Easter egg

    Blu-ray Art and Official Specs: Horror Express

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    Oh hell yes!
    DavidFullam's picture

    Oh hell yes!

    Submitted by DavidFullam on Wed, 06/29/2011 - 10:45am.

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