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A "B" Horror movie
I only watched this movie to see Cushing, Lee and Savalas. I was surprised to see Telly Savalas as a zombie. Now that was funny.
Lee/Cushing Pairing with Telly To Boot
CEnjoyed on a day full of Cushing & Lee separately and this one together.I could feel the sadness in Cushing's eyes,and said a lot about him as professional to co-star with an equally fine actor in Lee,who really supported his friend in his time of grief.Cushing's face looked very thin.Telly was great,scary red-eyed fiends.Great ending.
I was expecting nothing, but was given an All Hallow's Eve gem. Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and yes Telly Savalas along with Rasputin in the flesh...Loved the train and the thought of crossing Russia surrounded by horror and glowing red eyes. A new "seasonal" favorite!
Jolly Good Film
- Tellus Telly
Great lead actors,bit parts.The three featured actors shine.Love the Rasputin-type "Father" character.Glad Peter Cushing stayed,wouldn't have known he was still deeply aggrieved,but proved great acting while experiencing heartbreak.
Horror Express Worth The Ride
Thank you,TCM,thank you,Sir Christopher Lee for your starring in this movie,and thanks ever so much for encouraging a grief-striken Sir Peter Cushing into doing the picture.You work so well together.What could have been junk was quite good entertainment.
ditto Thomas Brown
I want to thank TCM for everytime there is closed-caption on an interview, film, short etc. I live with a deaf woman ( for 40 yrs.), and everytime a film is not captioned it is unavailable to her, no matter how much I rave about it or try to explain. So keep captioning and God Bless, S.Hill
HORROR EXPRESS 1972
- THOMAS BROWN
HELLO MY NAME IS THOMAS BROWN AND I AM DEAF PLEASE WILL U TRY GET SET UP ON CLOSED CAPTIONED TITLE HORROR EXPRESS 1972THAT MY FAVORITE MOVIECHRISTOPHER LEE AND PETER CUSHING SO, PLEASE GET CLOSED CAPTIONED LATE NIGHT AT 2 PM OK?? EMAIL ME SOON PLEASE OK?THANK YOU THOMAS BROWN
Cushing & Lee, A Reel Treat(1972)
Sub-standard script, no problem, poor special effects,ok, Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, CLASSIC !What a delight it is to see these two veteran actors share allot of screen time, in trying to solve what is draining the brains of the people on the Siberian Express. Lee finds a frozen creature, and decides to transport it on a passenger train ...? ok...The problem is junior is thawing and not in a refridgerated car means trouble, big time...Traveling on the train is Cushing,a doctor, who is a friendly rival to Lee. Of course the creature gets loose and mayhem ensues. Low budget horror/thriller, but you get more than your moneys worth from Cushing and Lee who are just great to watch. 5 stars out of 5 for entertaining and interesting.
A Hybrid of MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS & ALIEN
An oddball science fiction/horror/train movie in which a formerly frozen centuries old anthropoid is dug up and placed aboard the Trans-Siberian Express for relocation to a research facility. Of course the anthropoid quickly thaws out and proves to be an alien with the power to enter and inhabit human bodies through sheer force of mind. Before the train ride is over, the alien has transformed many of the passengers into zombies of its bidding. Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing play it straight but Telly Savalas as a Cossack officer is as subtle as a rabid dog. Lots of memorable English dubbed dialogue like "Are you telling me that an ape that lived two thousand years ago got out of that crate?" or "Do you think it's true what they say about those horrible white eyes?"
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great classic cheese
I love this movie.