If you want sick, disgusting, perverse movies, you've found 'em in this double-feature from ALPHA ENTERTAINMENT.
NIGHT TRAIN TO TERROR
One word: Feh! Glum Jehovah and amused Beelzebub sit opposite each other in a train's dining booth. Three repulsive stories are presented in-between performances from an early-Madonna influenced pop band, complete with breakdancing vocalist. Ancient spectral black conductor and porter inexplicaby shuffle between cars. Visuals in the first segment alone include lobotomy, amputation, heads preserved in jars of formaldehyde and hanging body parts. Lots of booby shots for ogling snuff perves. (grabs some filth-removing eyewash)
THE THIRSTY DEAD
Dreadful Philippino quickie that's not from some skanky Manila cathouse. Hot babes are captured by crazed cult who will drink their blood so they can stay young. One of the girls looks like a woman in a painting the creepos own, so they instead try to convince her to join them by guzzling a flagon moist and sweet of warm sanguinary fluid. (burp!)
ALPHA VIDEO offers bargain priced, often hard-to-find vintage movies that are ideal for those willing to skip DVD extras. Their transfers show no evidence of restoration, so quality varies from one title to the next, with "fair to good" being the average.
Also from ALPHA:
Their DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE bill is "The Undertaker And His Pals" (1966) and "Carnival Of Blood" (1970).
Parenthetical numbers preceding titles are 1 to 10 imdb viewer poll ratings.
(2.4) Night Train to Terror (1985) - Richard Moll/Cameron Mitchell/John Phillip Law/Marc Lawrence/Ferdy Mayne/Tony Giorgio/Earl Washington/Gabriel Whitehouse
(2.9) The Thirsty Dead (USA/Philippines-1974) - Jennifer Billingsley/Judith McConnell/John Considine/Fredricka Meyers/Chiqui da Rosa