This summer, greed, murder and paranoia take first class seats on NIGHT TRAIN, a taut, new thriller starrin...
This summer, greed, murder and paranoia take first class seats on NIGHT TRAIN, a taut, new thriller starring Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon, Saw), Leelee Sobieski (88 Minutes, The Wicker Man) and Steve Zahn (Management, Joy Ride). National Entertainment Media brings this nail-biting suspense film in the vein of Shallow Grave and The Ninth Gate to audiences as a simultaneous direct-to-DVD and Blu-ray release ($24.98 SRP each) that promises a one-way ticket to terror. Rent it now at Blockbuster stores and Blockbuster Online!
How far would you go to have everything you desire? Christmas Eve… when a veteran conductor (Glover), a young pre-med student (Sobieski) and a struggling salesman (Zahn) discover a dead body onboard a night train, the three strangers find themselves on a collision course with destiny. Among the deceased man’s possessions is a mysterious box, which fascinates their attention. Upon looking inside, they see a treasure so valuable that the three conspire to hide the body and split the fortune themselves. This decision sets in motion a tense game of obsession and deceit, where greed betrays reason and morality gives way to temptation. With local authorities at every stop and an assortment of suspicious passengers along for the ride, can the three strangers overcome their fixation with the coveted box or will they delve even deeper into the trenches of depravity?
Bonus features on both the DVD and Blu-ray editions of NIGHT TRAIN include a “Making of” featurette, interviews with the cast and crew, along with the trailer and photo gallery. The film is presented with Spanish and SDH English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Also featuring Matthias Schweighoefer (The Red Baron, Feardotcom), Geoff Bell (RocknRolla, Scoop) and Richard O’Brien (The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Dark City) in supporting roles, NIGHT TRAIN was written by and is the feature film directorial debut of Brian King, whose previous screenwriting credits include the film Cypher starring Jeremy Northam and Lucy Liu. An independent production from A-Mark Entertainment, Rifkin-Eberts and Film Tiger, the film was shot on location in Bulgaria. It is rated R by the MPAA for violent content and some language