Night Train Murders

Night Train Murders

Director: Aldo Lado

Cast: Aldo Lado, Flavio Bucci, Macha Meril, Gianfranco de Grassi

     
 

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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 filmSee more details below

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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.

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Despite its cash-in status, Night Train Murders is actually an effective and surprisingly skillful horror movie. The plot does rigorously follow the structure of Last House on the Left but adds a fresh stylistic spin with its claustrophobic train setting and some interesting, subversive "battle of the social classes" themes. The performances are also strong: Irene Miracle and Laura D'Angelo are believable and sympathetic as the naïve teen victims, Macha Meril creates a frighteningly credible sociopath as the mysterious, manipulative Lady on the Train, and Enrico Maria Salerno handles the dark side of his upper-class doctor and father role with quiet skill. Best of all, director Aldo Lado helms the tale with a considerable amount of style, deftly deploying colored lighting and slick camerawork to enhance the unnerving mood (especially during the film's grueling middle section). All in all, Night Train Murders is an effective horror film that is artful enough to rise above its knock-off origins and is well worth the time for fans of European horror.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/31/2012
UPC:
0827058703390
Original Release:
1975
Rating:
NR
Source:
Blue Underground
Region Code:
0
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:34:00
Sales rank:
30,423

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Riding the Night Train Interview with Co-Writer/Director Aldo Lado; Theatrical Trailers; Radio Spots; Poster & Still Gallery

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Flavio Bucci Blackie
Macha Meril Passeggera
Gianfranco de Grassi Curly
Enrico Maria Salerno Giulio Stradi
Marina Berti Laura Stradi
Franco Fabrizi Guardone
Irene Miracle Margaret Hoffenbach
Kay Beal Actor
Patty Edwards Actor
Richard Davis Actor
Dalila di Lazzaro Ragazza Mora
Laura D'Angelo Lisa Stradi

Technical Credits
Aldo Lado Director,Screenwriter
Franco Bottari Costumes/Costume Designer,Production Designer
Giuseppe Buricchi Producer
Evans Isle Producer
Alberto Gallitti Editor
Paolo Infascelli Producer
Roberto Infascelli Original Story
Renato Izzo Screenwriter
Ennio Morricone Score Composer
Gabor Pogany Cinematographer
Ettore Sanzò Original Story

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