Terror Train 2 Comes to Tubi New Years Eve TRAILER

Tubi made the exciting announcement in November that it would be streaming an all new original film titled “Terror Train 2.” The release date of this eagerly awaited sequel is soon coming and will be on this New Year’s Eve.

Synopsis: After more than a year has passed since the vicious and vindictive killings of several college seniors onboard the now-famous “Terror Train,” both Robyn Alomar (Alana) and Tim Rozon (The Magician) will reprise their roles as the only two characters to survive the massacre. Robyn Alomar will play Alana, and Tim Rozon will play The Magician. In the next installment of the series, the few people who made it through the first adventure are coerced into boarding the train once more on New Year’s Eve in order to take part in a “redemption voyage,” during which they will encounter a new foe and be forced to fight to stay alive. TERROR TRAIN 2 is being produced by Graham Ludlow, Shari Segal, and Brook Peters, who also act as Executive Producers. Graham Ludlow and Kaleigh Kavanagh are responsible for producing the movie.

On December 31st, 2022, Terror Train 2 will be available to watch on Tubi.

Below, you can find the film’s trailer that was developed by the talented individuals working at Fox’s Tubi.

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Adapted from a script by Ian Carpenter and Aaron Martin and directed by Philippe Gagnon (Terror Train, The Radio Talk Show Killer, Psycho Prom Queen, Twisted, Sleeper, Sometimes the Good Kill, Her Evil Twin, Willing to Kill) (Slasher series). Co-produced by Graham Ludlow and Kaleigh Kavanagh. In charge of production, we have Brook Peters and Shari Segal.

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