‘Terror Train’ Trailer: Tubi’s Remake Of The 1980 Slasher Film Debuts Tomorrow, October 21st

Jamie Lee Curtis will always be recognized as the ultimate scream queen and “final girl”, with the recent Halloween films solidifying that role for her even at this stage of her career. But there was another horror film that helped Curtis earn that title, 1980 slasher Terror Train, about a group of college students stalked by a costumed killer with a grudge. The original movie was directed by Tomorrow Never Dies filmmaker Roger Spottiswoode, with a cast that included the late great Ben Johnson, David Copperfield, and even Vanity.

Tubi has decided to revive Terror Train with a new film as part of their Terror On Tubi event this month. The plot remains the same, only now the murders happen during Halloween.

Phillipe Gagnon directs a cast that includes Robyn Alomar, Tim Rozon, Max Laferriere, Corteon Moore, and Nadine Bhabha, Romy Weltman, Kenny Wong, Tori Barban, Noah Parker, and Matias Garrido.

Terror Train streams on Tubi tomorrow, October 21st.

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