• Commentaries:
    Audio Commentary by film historians Stephen Jones and Kim Newman
  • Extras:
    Introduction by Fangoria's Chris Alexander (6:50)
    "Ticket to Die" an appreciation by film historian Steve Haberman (8:31)
    "Night Train to Nowhere" film historian Ted Newsom on his late friend producer Bernard Gordon (15:08)
    "Murder on the Trans-Siberian Express" archival interview with director Eugenio Martin (14:03)
    "Notes from the Blacklist" producer Bernard Gordon on working in Hollywood during the McCarthy Era (30:29)
    "Telly and Me" interview with composer John Cacavas (8:09)
    Theatrical Trailer (2:57)
  • Subtitles:
    English HoH (optional)
  • Aspect Ratio:
  • Picture Format:
    1080p 24fps AVC MPEG-4
  • Soundtrack(s):
    English LPCM 1.0
  • Case type:
    Keep Case
  • Notes:
    Region A/B-coded.
    Comes with a reversible cover featuring newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys. The first pressing includes a fully-illustrated collector’s booklet with new writing by Adam Scovell.
    Opening credits are in English while intertitles and end credits are in Spanish.
    Restores an opening shot of the train passing the camera that was only heard over a black screen on earlier public domain and licensed DVD transfers.

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