Horror Express 1972 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Ride the Horror Express with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee as turn-of-the-century monster-hunters. In the early 1900s, anthropologist Alexander Saxton (Christopher Lee) unearths in China what he believes to be the scientific find of the new century: the centuries-old frozen body of a gigantic ape-like man, a veritable “missing link.” Booking a ticket on the train back to Europe with his crated-up, but still very healthy discovery, he joins an international group of passengers on a nightmarish adventure aboard the Horror Express, including a game of discovery with rival scientist Dr. Wells (Peter Cushing). A relentlessly entertaining cult favorite, “Horror Express” is the best 1970s pairing of genre stalwarts Cushing and Lee, this time as reluctant comrades forced to combat a diabolical creature bent on human destruction.