The Ghost Train (1941)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Horror

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High jinks and chills ensue when a group of people become stranded at an isolated station and a legendary phantom train approaches.


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21 May 2016 | Rainey-Dawn
| Arthur Askey Showpiece
If this film is anything it is an Arthur Askey showpiece. 90% of this film belongs to Askey and his style of comedy. That is not necessarily a bad thing but he really distracts from the reason most of us are watching the film to being with - A Ghost Train. At the time this was filmed the audiences may have gone to watch this for Askey's comedy but I think today most of us are watching this for a comedy-horror/thriller and not so much for Askey.

It's a mildly entertaining film from the start but really the only part to watch roughly the last 25 minutes - then you'll actually get to The Ghost Train part of the show. As stated earlier, the rest of the film is the comedy of Askey.


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