Last Stop on the Night Train (1975) Trailer

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Last Stop on the Night Train 1975 - Trailer

Last Stop on the Night Train 1975  Trailer
Year: 1975
Genres: Horror, Thriller
Type: Trailers
Duration: 3M43S
Cast: Flavio Bucci, Irene Miracle, Gianfranco De Grassi, Patty Edwards, Dante Fioretti, Daniele Dublino, Norma Knight, Selan Karay, Rita Moscatelli, Delbert Moss, Giovanni Di Benedetto, Karl-Heinz Peters, Macha Méril, Alberto Squillante, Enrico Maria Salerno, Anna Taddei, Marina Berti, Macha Méril, Franco Fabrizi, Laura D'Angelo, Umberto Amambrini, Kay Beal, Francesco D'Adda, Richard Davis, Dalila Di Lazzaro
Director(s): Aldo Lado

Trailer: Last Stop on the Night Train (1975)

A pair of psychotic hoodlums and an equally demented nymphomaniac woman terrorize two young girls on a train trip from Germany to Italy.

It was released as SECOND HOUSE ON THE LEFT, NEW HOUSE ON THE LEFT, and TORTURE TRAIN. The ads screamed, "Most movies last less than two hours! This is one of everlasting torment!" It remains one of the most graphically fiendish films in exploitation history, the story of two teenage girls traveling through Europe, forced into a nightmare of sexual assault and sad**tic violence. via Night Train Murders - Trailer

Synopsis:

Margaret and Lisa, high school friends, take the night train from Germany to Verona to spend Christmas with Lisa's family. They flirt mildly with male passengers, including two randy delinquents in their 20s, Blackie and Curly. The four of them end up in a first-class cabin with a well-dressed woman of about 30 who has p*rnographic photographs in her valise. Egged on by the woman, the thugs and a male visitor to the cabin menace and then assault Margaret and Lisa. Meanwhile, we also see Christmas Eve and morning scenes at Lisa's home, where her parents are polite to each other while discussing divorce. On Christmas morning, they go to the station to meet the girls. Will they be on the train?