"Episodic horror film about a strange,
fortune-telling doctor who tells five train passengers their
(ill-fated) destinies. As a result, instead of reaching their
destinations, each passenger begins a new journey, filled
with terror, suspense, and the unknown..."
I prefer knowing as little as possible
about the films before seeing them. I knew Peter
Cushing and Christopher
Lee starred in this one, but I was surprised to
see Donald Sutherland
in it. All these three did a nice acting performance in this,
but I especially liked Cushing even though he didn't have
that much time on screen. He really is a horror legend. This
is a pretty fun and cheezy flick. Some of the 5 peoples stories
are better then others. The stories involve werewolves, vampires,
voodoo, intelligent plants(..) and a disembodied hand on a
mission to kill. My favourites were the intelligent plants
and the disembodied hand story, but the werewolf story was
also quite nice. The Voodoo story wasn't too good though in
my opinion. This is not a very violent or graphic horror and
it's not among the most intelligent movie, but it is entertaining,
and that's enough for me.
Want more info on this movie?:
Buy "Dr. Terror's House of Horrors"
uncut at: Play.com
or through the "The Amicus Collection"