THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN In UK Theaters October 31st!

Let’s hope our fellow fiends in the UK get a better chance to see THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN on the big screen then we did! Below you’ll find the UK quad poster for the Ryuhei Kitamura film, based on Clive Barker’s legendary story from his BOOKS OF BLOOD collection.

THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN stars Bradley Cooper (ALIAS), Brooke Shields (NIP/TUCK), Vinnie Jones (X-MEN 3), Leslie Bibb (IRON MAN) & Roger Bart (HOSTEL 2) and hits the UK on Halloween, October 31st, 2008. No word yet on a DVD release here in the States, but FEARnet will be playing it next month.

5 thoughts on “THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN In UK Theaters October 31st!

  1. We never even had the chance to see it here in the UK as Lionsgate didn’t really promote the movie, so we got a bum deal as much as our US friends.
    Lionsgate is clownshoes man, they are forgetting who gave them their reputation…the public!!!
    Drake (the new CEO) is obviously an asshole as he cares not about us Horror fans.
    Thats the thing with money men, they take all the money & screw the movie fans!
    Anyway, I got a copy of “TMMT” & even though I found it quite a messy film, I actually liked it. A traditional horror film we rarely get to see being made now.
    Try & see it, but f*ck Lionsgate, they will eventually be some new hotshot movie company who will make our beloved horrors we all like & Lionsgate will become another dino who we remember as “hey, didn;t they say screw the fans???”

  2. We never even had the chance to see it here in the UK as Lionsgate didn’t really promote the movie, so we got a bum deal as much as our US friends.
    Lionsgate is clownshoes man, they are forgetting who gave them their reputation…the public!!!
    Drake (the new CEO) is obviously an asshole as he cares not about us Horror fans.
    Thats the thing with money men, they take all the money & screw the movie fans!
    Anyway, I got a copy of “TMMT” & even though I found it quite a messy film, I actually liked it. A traditional horror film we rarely get to see being made now.
    Try & see it, but f*ck Lionsgate, they will eventually be some new hotshot movie company who will make our beloved horrors we all like & Lionsgate will become another dino who we remember as “hey, didn;t they say screw the fans???”

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