R | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller
A photographer's obsessive pursuit of dark subject matter leads him into the path of a serial killer who stalks late night commuters, ultimately butchering them in the most gruesome ways imaginable.
Ted Raimi who plays the victim Randle is (in real life) the younger brother of Sam Raimi who is the writer/ producer of horror classics such as "Army of Darkness" and "Drag Me to Hell" among others.
I've got a train to catch.
There are regular continuity problems with blood spatter. In the opening scene, we see a clean train car, then suddenly one of the doors and walls is splattered (this blood couldn't have come from splatter when the man fell). When the man slipped in the blood, we see a puddle extending down a few chair rows, but when the camera pulls back up there is almost no blood on the floor. At 53 minutes in, we see large blood spurts during an attack, including some getting on a window, but then when the camera changes positions there is no blood on the train car walls.
German version is cut by approx. 7 minutes to secure a "Not under 18" rating.
$34,394 3 August 2008