Catch ‘The Bullet Train’ on Blu-ray April 24!

Bullet Train Blu-rayKen Takakura stars as a mad bomber who plants a device on a high-speed Japanese train, programmed to detonate if the train’s speed drops below 80 kilometers per hour. The trains conductor (Sonny Chiba) must keep the train moving whilst the police track the madman down. Most well-known for inspiring the 1994 Hollywood blockbuster SpeedThe Bullet Train is a remarkably tense thriller from director Junya Satō, and Eureka Classics is proud to present it in this definitive edition for its UK debut on Blu-ray, from a 2K restoration of the original film elements. The Bullet Train will be released on Blu-ray April 24, 2023!


Tense Japanese thriller known for inspiring the 1994 Hollywood blockbuster Speed


Bullet Train Blu-ray



  • Limited Edition slipcase featuring new artwork by Tony Stella (First Print Run of 2000 copies)
  • 1080p presentation on Blu-ray from a 2K restoration of the original film elements
  • Original Japanese theatrical version and alternate dubbed International version included
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Brand new audio commentary by Jasper Sharp and Tom Mes
  • Brand new interview with author / critic Kim Newman
  • Brand new interview with Tony Rayns
  • “Big Movie, Big Panic: Junya Sato on The Bullet Train” archival featurette
  • Trailers
  • PLUS: A limited edition collectors booklet featuring a new essay by film writer Barry Forshaw (First Print Run of 2000 copies)

*All extras subject to change


Label: Eureka Entertainment


THE BULLET TRAIN [SHINKANSEN DAIBAKUHA] (Eureka Classics) Special Edition Blu-ray


Cert. PG | Director JUNYA SATŌ | Language JAPANESE | 1975

| 152 min | 2.40:1 OAR | JAPAN | ACTION / THRILLER / CRIME | COLOUR | 24 APRIL 2023

Blu-ray Cat. No. EKA70487 | Blu-ray Barcode 5060000704877 | Blu-ray RRP £22.99

The Bullet Train is released on Blu-ray Apri1 24, 2023!


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Bullet Train Blu-ray


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