.Out of the mountain of releases this sadly public domain trainbeast staple has seen choking dollar store shelves through the years; this Prism clamshell is my favorite. Eugenio Martín's Horror Express has had a hard life in the States which is both a blessing and curse. On one hand, there's a certain safety in knowing such a solid and fun horror yarn is always within a half mile of anywhere you go. On the other this widespread availability seems to have created an "outage" of people that have actually seen it. I assume there's a stigma that follows PD cinema in that since it's treated like dirt so it must be dirt. In this case that's certainly untrue and this example deserves a slot in every self-respecting horror fan's collection.
FUN FACT: Comic fans might recognize this cover as the cover of Twisted Tales 3-D #1 published by PC Comics in 1986.