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Full Specs & Art For Scream Factory’s ‘Terror Train’ & ‘The Funhouse’ Collector’s Editions!

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Just in time for Halloween, we dare you to hop on board for a gruesome good time and rediscover two enduring thrillers filled with edge-of-your seat suspense and terror when Scream Factory presents the Terror Train Collector’s Edition Blu-ray + DVD combo pack and The Funhouse Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and DVD on October 16, 2012. Both collector’s editions of Terror Train and The Funhouse feature anamorphic widescreen presentation of the movie and a spectacular array of bonus content, including new interviews and commentaries, archival material, a collectible cover featuring newly rendered retro-style artwork, a reversible wrap with original theatrical key art and more!

Avid horror movie fans and collectors take note: those who order Terror Train Collector’s Edition and/or The Funhouse Collector’s Edition will receive special collectible item(s) as gift(s)-with-purchase. For more information, please visit ShoutFactoryStore.com or ScreamFactoryDVD.com.

Terror Train Collector’s Edition Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack

Take an excursion into terror with Jamie Lee Curtis in this classic shocker from director Roger Spottiswoode (Tomorrow Never Dies)

It’s New Year’s Eve and a group of college co-eds have planned a masquerade bash aboard a chartered train. What they didn’t plan on was that a knife-wielding psycho would crash the party and begin slaughtering the guests one by one! Who is this brutal costumed killer? Climb aboard the Terror Train for a frightening combination of blood-curdling horror and intriguing mystery.

Also starring Academy Award-winner Ben Johnson (1971, Supporting Actor, The Last Picture Show), Hart Bochner (Die Hard) and D.D. Winters (aka Vanity, 52 Pick-Up).

EXCLUSIVE LIMITED OFFER: Order this Blu-ray + DVD combo pack directly from ShoutFactory.com and receive an exclusive 18”x24” poster featuring the newly commissioned artwork! Less than 500 have been made, so these are only available while supplies last.
Read more @: ShoutFactoryStore.com or ScreamFactoryDVD.com.

Terror Train Collector’s Edition Special Features (preliminary confirmed lineup):

Audio Commentary by Director Roger Spottiswoode
Still Gallery
Theatrical Trailer And TV Spots
And more to be announced!

Pre-order link:
Terror Train (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)

The Funhouse Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and DVD

Director Tobe Hooper (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Poltergeist) pays affectionate tribute to various classic horror movies in this tale of two teenage couples who spend the night in a sleazy carnival funhouse.

On her first date with Buzz (Cooper Huckabee, True Blood), Amy (Elizabeth Berridge, Amadeus) disobeys her father and goes to the carnival with Richie (Miles Chapin, Hair) and Liz (Largo Woodruff), but their first date may end up as their last. After witnessing a murder, the four terrified teens are trapped in the maze of The Funhouse and stalked by a real monster, a horribly deformed killer who lurks among the freakish exhibits to butcher them one by one. Also stars Sylvia Miles (Midnight Cowboy) and Kevin Conway (in three roles). Featuring special makeup designs by Academy Award-winner Rick Baker (An American Werewolf In London, Ed Wood).

EXCLUSIVE LIMITED OFFER: Order the Blu-ray or DVD directly from ShoutFactory.com and receive an exclusive 18”x24” poster featuring the newly commissioned artwork! Less than 500 have been made, so these are only available while supplies last.
Read more @: ShoutFactoryStore.com or ScreamFactoryDVD.com.

The Funhouse Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and DVD Special Features (preliminary confirmed lineup):

Audio Commentary by Director Tobe Hooper, Hosted By Director Tim Sullivan
Theatrical Trailer
TV and Radio spots
And more to be announced!

Pre-order links:
The Funhouse (Blu-ray)
The Funhouse (DVD)

  • Aaron Emery

    I’m really digging the artwork on these. Scream Factory seems to have done a very good deed. I cannot wait to own them.

  • Nightflyre9

    I love both movies but Terror Train is an all-time fave. I’m thrilled that these classics are finally getting the respect they deserve. Can’t wait to listen to the commentaries . . . and the artwork is absolutely amazing! I wish EVERY early-80′s slasher would get released with such care. Even Friday the 13th (the movie that basically created the sub-genre) has yet to be released with a proper commentary–the “cut and paste” garbage on the special addition is a disgrace.

  • djblack1313

    these 2 movies are among all time faves! i saw both in the theaters when they originally were released (yes, i’m old! LOL). why is it that THE FUNHOUSE comes in both SEPERATE formats of DVD and BR, but yet TERROR TRAIN only has the DVD/BR combo pack? i, like many, don’t have BR so i wonder why they are releasing TT like that. oh well. i wish the bonus features were more enticing but i guess back in the “olden days” they didn’t have lots (if any) of deleted scenes and making of’s.