Horror Express

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Released 1972

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1972
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Horror Express is a 1973 Spanish horror movie directed by Eugenio Martin. After discovering a frozen, humanoid creature in the Himalayas, anthropologist Alexander Saxton (Christopher Lee) decides to take it to Europe so that he can study it. When he boards the Trans-Siberian Railway with the monster hidden in a box, the creature unexpectedly thaws and escapes from the crate. It then begins to hunt the passengers on the train, causing all of its helpless victims to die with bleeding, white eyes. One of the passengers, Dr. Wells (Peter Cushing), soon finds that the mysterious creature is killing people by taking all of the knowledge from their minds. After a police officer on board the train kills the monster, everybody thinks that the crisis has abated. However, Saxton and Dr. Wells begin to realize that there is something more sinister going on when passengers start becoming possessed by an evil force and the dead return to life.

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    Horror, Suspense

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    Cult, Classics, Thrillers