Tubi’s remake of the classic horror film TERROR TRAIN will premiere in October 2022, during the annual Terror on Tubi event.
At the time of the press release, representatives from Tubi had this to say.
SAN FRANCISCO May 11, 2022 – Tubi (www.tubi.tv), a division of FOX Entertainment is excited to announce a collaboration with Incendo on the remake of the cult classic horror film TERROR TRAIN. A Tubi Original, TERROR TRAIN is slated to premiere this October as part of the platform’s successful annual month-long Halloween-inspired genre celebration, “Terror on Tubi.” TERROR TRAIN will join over 10,000 horror and thriller titles currently available on Tubi, further cementing the platform as the premier destination for horror fans. The film reboot wrapped production recently in Montreal and will be available in the U.S. exclusively on Tubi.Tubi Press Release
Incendo’s new TERROR TRAIN adaption is expected to delight horror lovers who have been screaming for this remake for years. “Terror Train” (1980) stars the original “scream queen,” Jamie Lee Curtis, as well as Ben Johnson and David Copperfield, and has long been regarded as a slasher/horror cult classic.
Canadian actress Robyn Alomar (“Utopia Falls”), who offers a standout performance and is likely to be proclaimed the next scream queen, as well as actor Tim Rozon (“Schitt’s Creek”), are among the newcomers. The script for the remake was written by Ian Carpenter and Aaron Martin (“Slasher”), and the film was directed by Philippe Gagnon (“Amber Alert”), who has worked with Incendo for many years. THRILL TRAIN is produced by Graham Ludlow and Kaleigh Kavanagh, with executive producers Graham Ludlow, Shari Segal, and Brook Peters all contributing to the project.
Alana (Robyn Alomar) and her friends board a party train to celebrate Halloween, but their good times quickly turn sour as the partygoers are murdered one by one by an unidentified assailant in this new take on the classic tale. Everyone is a suspect because of their disguises and the turmoil that surrounds them. Alana has to race against the clock to identify the killer before she becomes the next victim on the party train.
“We can’t wait for viewers to take a ride on the TERROR TRAIN, the tentpole for our annual ‘Terror on Tubi’ event in October. With an incredibly talented team of filmmakers and star-making performances, this movie continues to cement Tubi as a key destination for horror fans.”Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer, Tubi
TERROR TRAIN was featured during Tubi’s NewFronts conference, when the company disclosed that it is doubling down on content and would release more than 100 new original games over the next year. Tubi is reaffirming its commitment to original programming by providing consumers with more of what they want throughout the year and during “Terror on Tubi.”
As part of THE STREAM, which examines significant trends in consumer streaming behavior, Tubi recently released fresh data indicating that 59 percent of U.S. adults look for holiday-themed titles, such as Halloween, when deciding what to stream. Tubi offers the 1980 original of “Terror Train” available to view for free among its large collection of over 40,000 movies and TV episodes.
Founded in Canada, Incendo specialises in the development, production, and international distribution of high-quality television content for the international market. It has been producing engaging movies, television shows, and documentaries since its founding in 2001, and its products have been marketed all over the world since that time. For Paramount Pictures, Incendo is the primary television distribution business in Canada, and the corporation also handles theatrical distribution in the province of Québec. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca.
Tubi is available on mobile devices running Android and iOS, as well as on connected television devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Vizio TVs, Sony TVs, Samsung TVs, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, and soon on Hisense TVs. Tubi is available in over 100 countries on mobile devices running Android and iOS.
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