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Midnight Meat Train

Rated R for sequences of strong bloody gruesome violence, grisly images involving nudity, sexual content and language.

R In Theaters 08/1/2008 , 98min.
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Viewer Score
51%
Viewer score based on 11 ratings
58%
Critic score based on 4 reviews

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August 06, 2008
ChBrd7
I really wanted to like this film. It starts out good and i think it really could have been great but it lost me when you find out why the guy is a killer . Dont want to give it away but i thought it was kinda silly. And i love horror movies and can get into some weird stuff. I give it 3 stars for the gore alone though pretty sick!
August 04, 2008
The Movie MAN 18
This movie was flat out grizzle and graphic, and I loved every minute of it!! The film was so creepy and scary that in some scenes I was movieing around in my seat. I highky recomend it.
August 04, 2008
UNSUNG68
i agree with the hellraiser comment. they weren't good anyway. the only one i liked was part 4. ANYWAY, back to midnight meat train- Lionsgate, why oh why do you insist on trumping up the crappy saw movies but one like this, by Clive Barker (such a great horror author), you dump in only a few theaters nationwide??? I can't wait to see it, but seriously don't want to have to go on a road trip to
July 07, 2008
Kitten52180
I hope this isn't like the dribble Hollywood always seems to put out.Looks like it might be promising. I hope so i enjoyed the short story. Ps Not looking forward to the Hellraiser remake. LET SLEEPING DOGS LYE!!!
May 22, 2008
clp1230
Even it it Kills me is so amazing, it still has all the fantastic emotion as the two previous albums, but it is slightly more up beat . yeah

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
Film isn't scary, per se, but it's mostly effective nonetheless, with Cooper capably steering his character from charming young artist to nervous wreck, evoking Ralph Fiennes' more unhinged turns along the way. Full Review
Marjorie Baumgarten
Austin Chronicle
May not be grade-A prime, but it ain't chopped liver either. Full Review
Rob Nelson
Variety
Film isn't scary, per se, but it's mostly effective nonetheless, with Cooper capably steering his character from charming young artist to nervous wreck, evoking Ralph Fiennes' more unhinged turns along the way. Full Review

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