Posted on: September 29th, 2007
Midnight Meat Train trailer rises again-
Online since: February 20th, 2006
Article written by: Nightmare Child
(Shot from the movie MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN)
A few days ago we uploaded the trailer for Clive Barker's MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN,
but at the request of Lionsgate we had to pull it. Apparently the trailer was
released to the public a little too early, but now it has been spotted online once
again. This time if you head over to FEARnet you can check out the trailer for the
film. We'll be uploading the trailer again on our youtube page once we get it. The
movie adaptation of MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN sets Leon Kaufman, the central
character, as a professional photographer seeking out the hidden nightlife of the
city he loves. The production office remain coy as to details but, to "flesh out"
the increasingly grittier images of the city, the production team have called on
the services of producer / photographer Eric Reid to supply images of the city's
nocturnal inhabitants at work and at play...With kind thanks to all at Seraphim,
we now have the opportunity to showcase a number of these photographs - the
first of which is below...
These are not on-set production photos, but will certainly feature as the movie's
narrative unfolds... The horror thriller, MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN stars Bradley
Coope, Brooke Shields, and Leslie Bibb. Also starring are Roger Bart, Peter
Jacobson, Barbara Eve Harris, and UFC mixed martial arts fighter Quinton
‘Rampage’ Jackson. THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN is directed by critically acclaimed
Japanese director Ryuhei Kitamura (VERSUS) in his American debut, and based on
legendary horror writer Clive Barker’s popular, eponymous short story from his
classic Books of Blood collection. The screenplay was adapted by Jeff Buhler.
Lakeshore Entertainment's Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, Richard Wright and Eric
Reid are producing the film with David Rubin serving as executive producer, and
Beth DePatie co-producing. THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN is a production of
Lakeshore Entertainment and will be released in North America by Lionsgate.