We just received word that Lionsgate has acquired Gideon Raff’s Train, the quasi-remake of the Jamie Lee Curtis starrer from 1980 TERROR TRAIN. No word yet on if the film will hit theaters or go direct-to-DVD/Blu-ray, but what we did learn is that the MPAA awarded the film with an NC-17. Raff, who also penned the film, will be heading back into the editing bay to trim the film for an R-rating. I guess we can expect an awesome unrated DVD release in the future? For those of you in Los Angeles, you’re in luck, you can check out the NC-17 version of film at next month’s Screamfest on Thursday, October 16th. Click here to grab your tickets. In Europe, a group of American college athletes unknowingly board a train that will become one deadly ride.
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