[Teaser] Tubi Boards 'Terror Train' Remake for Halloween Premiere

Tubi has released the first teaser trailer for their remake of the Jamie Lee Curtis-starring 1980 slasher film Terror Train, which was created in collaboration with Incendo and is headed our way this Halloween season.

A Tubi Original, Terror Train is slated to premiere this October as part of the platform’s successful annual month-long Halloween-inspired genre celebration, "Terror on Tubi."

Check out the teaser below!

The new cast is led by Canadian actress Robyn Alomar ("Utopia Falls"), who is said to give a breakout performance and is poised to be crowned the newest scream queen, as well as Tim Rozon ("Schitt’s Creek").

In this contemporary reimagining, eerie excitement is in the air as Alana (Alomar) and a group of college seniors board a party train for a Halloween-themed bash, but their fun spirals into fear as attendees are killed off one by one by an unknown killer. Concealed by costumes and plagued with chaos, everyone is a suspect. As the party train continues full steam ahead, Alana must race against the rails to find the killer before she becomes the next victim.

"We can’t wait for viewers to take a ride on the Terror Train, the tentpole for our annual ‘Terror on Tubi’ event in October," said Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer, Tubi. "With an incredibly talented team of filmmakers and star-making performances, this movie continues to cement Tubi as a key destination for horror fans."

The remake is written by Ian Carpenter and Aaron Martin ("Slasher"), and is directed by long-time Incendo collaborator Philippe Gagnon ("Amber Alert"). Terror Train is produced by Graham Ludlow and Kaleigh Kavanagh; executive producers are Graham Ludlow, Shari Segal and Brook Peters.

The Terror Train remake will join over 10,000 horror and thriller titles currently available on Tubi, further cementing the platform as the premier destination for horror fans. Tubi also has the original Terror Train to stream for free in its vast library of more than 40,000 movies and TV shows.