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Author Topic: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)  (Read 35018 times)

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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #45 on: 14 Apr 2010 - 13:49 »

I’ll be all over the Blu-ray. I have a budget Australian release and was never inspired to double dip before, as all the other releases out there looked equally lacklustre... Until now!
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #46 on: 28 Jun 2011 - 16:53 »

I’ll be all over the Blu-ray. I have a budget Australian release and was never inspired to double dip before, as all the other releases out there looked equally lacklustre... Until now!
And here are the specs  :D

Severin Films releases the disc set September 27, with a hi-def 1.66:1 transfer from the original negative. Horror legends Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing star as scientists who board the Trans-Siberian Railway in 1906 China for a trip to Russia—one that gets interrupted when an excavated frozen humanoid creature defrosts and begins stalking the passengers.

The special features are:


• “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 Cushing
• “Telly and Me”: New interview With composer John Cacavas
• Introduction by Fango editor Chris Alexander
• Theatrical trailer
• Easter egg



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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #47 on: 28 Jun 2011 - 16:58 »

I've got a bit of a semi on.
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #48 on: 28 Jun 2011 - 17:01 »

I've got a bit of a semi on.
Best inform TheMissus  :-\
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #49 on: 28 Jun 2011 - 19:29 »

I’ll be all over the Blu-ray. I have a budget Australian release and was never inspired to double dip before, as all the other releases out there looked equally lacklustre... Until now!
And here are the specs  :D

Severin Films releases the disc set September 27, with a hi-def 1.66:1 transfer from the original negative. Horror legends Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing star as scientists who board the Trans-Siberian Railway in 1906 China for a trip to Russia—one that gets interrupted when an excavated frozen humanoid creature defrosts and begins stalking the passengers.

The special features are:


• “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 Cushing
• “Telly and Me”: New interview With composer John Cacavas
• Introduction by Fango editor Chris Alexander
• Theatrical trailer
• Easter egg




They took their fucking time.
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #50 on: 28 Jun 2011 - 20:18 »

Not overly impressed with the artwork, but I love the film!

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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #51 on: 28 Jun 2011 - 21:33 »

Not overly impressed with the artwork
I quite like it myself.
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« Reply #52 on: 28 Jun 2011 - 22:31 »

Not overly impressed with the artwork
I quite like it myself.

Same here, it's original artwork and not some photoshopped abomination so it gets the thumbs up from me.
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #53 on: 29 Jun 2011 - 05:30 »


They took their fucking time.

I think they were waiting for Mondo-Blu to review it first.
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #54 on: 29 Jun 2011 - 07:54 »


They took their fucking time.

I think they were waiting for Mondo-Blu to review it first.

That makes sense.
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #55 on: 29 Jun 2011 - 11:08 »


They took their fucking time.

I think they were waiting for Mondo-Blu to review it first.
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #56 on: 30 Jun 2011 - 16:03 »

I’ll be all over the Blu-ray. I have a budget Australian release and was never inspired to double dip before, as all the other releases out there looked equally lacklustre... Until now!
And here are the specs  :D

Severin Films releases the disc set September 27, with a hi-def 1.66:1 transfer from the original negative. Horror legends Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing star as scientists who board the Trans-Siberian Railway in 1906 China for a trip to Russia—one that gets interrupted when an excavated frozen humanoid creature defrosts and begins stalking the passengers.

The special features are:


• “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 Cushing
• “Telly and Me”: New interview With composer John Cacavas
• Introduction by Fango editor Chris Alexander
• Theatrical trailer
• Easter egg




They took their fucking time.

Exactly what I thought when I first saw the new announcement. People have been dumping the Image disc like flies for the past year. I saw untold copies in used sections in the states considering it was so hard to get hold of for ages.
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #57 on: 20 Jul 2011 - 23:35 »

I’ll be all over the Blu-ray. I have a budget Australian release and was never inspired to double dip before, as all the other releases out there looked equally lacklustre... Until now!
And here are the specs  :D

Severin Films releases the disc set September 27, with a hi-def 1.66:1 transfer from the original negative. Horror legends Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing star as scientists who board the Trans-Siberian Railway in 1906 China for a trip to Russia—one that gets interrupted when an excavated frozen humanoid creature defrosts and begins stalking the passengers.

The special features are:


• “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 Cushing
• “Telly and Me”: New interview With composer John Cacavas
• Introduction by Fango editor Chris Alexander
• Theatrical trailer
• Easter egg





this looks really good the artwork.
Im near certain ill get it.
I really love this film and a flm that did scare me and very few do.
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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #58 on: 21 Jul 2011 - 08:50 »

This is the (sideways) cover I have on my old German CCI hardbox.
Spot the differences...  :D

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Re: Horror Express (Eugenio Martino, 1972)
« Reply #59 on: 21 Jul 2011 - 23:48 »

This the (sideways) cover I have on my old German CCI hardbox.
Spot the differences...  :D


the eyes look different between tge this and the blu ray artwork.
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