The Midnight Meat Train


The Midnight Meat Train - Poster

The Midnight Meat Train - Poster

The Midnight Meat Train is a new horror movie being released in Trinidad and Tobago today but is accidentally being listed as All Ages on Movietowne’s website. The Midnight Meat Train is based on a 1984 short story from the master horror writer Clive Barker. The movie already received rave reviews on IMDB based on its premier showing in the US but will only be widely released on 1st August. I can’t wait to see The Midnight Meat Train but I will have to since plans are already in train for The Dark Night starring Batman and The Joker. The Midnight Meat Train is directed by Japanese director, Ryuhei Kitamura and I hope he is as good as they say.  The movie stars Bradley Cooper, Leslie Bibb and the scary Brooke Shields.

I am interested in The Midnight Meat Train not because the name sounds suggestive but because it’s an R-rated horror movie based on a Clive Barker story featuring a photographer and his camera. It looks like a rangefinder film camera and not a digital SLR.  Somehow, memory cards and computers are not as scary as darkrooms and chemicals.

Ryuhei Kitamura

Ryuhei Kitamura

Movietowne's Mistake

Movietowne's Mistake

7 thoughts on “The Midnight Meat Train

  1. With Flow I can download movies and at $65 for Movietowne I will have no choice. Do they really feel the market will support $65 admission? It’s high time the market get some balls for a change. Thanks for the torrent Girlblue 🙂

  2. When doubles went from $3.00 to $4.00 at certain select locations the market pulled away for about three weeks. Then the same market started to trickle back when they observed that KFC prices were going up while waiting to cash. KFC had no qualms about raising their prices because they knew a large percentage of their customers were grease and salt addicts and couldn’t get their fix anywhere else. I suppose there are also doubles addicts.

    If Movietowne were to send their prices up to $65 then the market will withdraw but some would eventually come back. I think if Movietowne increase their prices now to $65 it won’t be because of inflation but be an attempt to filter their clientèle again.

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