A shy co-ed and her classmates travel to the Balkans in Europe to see a rare local ritual. With a satanist/professor with them, he lures them into deadly traps to become sacrifices to Satan. One co-ed is a virgin, the main key to bring Satan back to life. But can the co-ed lose her virginity before Satan controls the world?
Last Train to Hell!
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Did You Know?
Despite the title, this film has nothing to do with Beyond the Door
(1974) (aka Beyond The Door), or Shock
(1977) (aka Beyond The Door II). When Epic Productions acquired the distribution rights, they re-titled the film Beyond the Door III, to capitalize on the success of the original film. See more
Obvious model used for most scenes of the train running off the tracks. The grains of dirt and pieces of rock are much too large in proportion to the train. See more
The US version of this film (released on tape and laser disc by RCA/Columbia Pictures Home Video) was severely cut for an R-rating and is missing virtually all of the gore from the death scenes. The Japanese release from Columbia Video in English with Japanese subtitles (and wide screen) features all the the uncut killings but does not offer English subtitles for the extensive Serbo-Croat dialog (though it does offer Japanese subtitles for this dialog). The Australian Columbia release titled DEATH TRAIN is also uncut, full screen (the film was shot open-matte so nothing is missing in the full screen transfer) and offers English subtitles for the Serbo-Croat dialog (as does the cut US version). See more
Follows Beyond the Door