Kei Nakata's Ecstasy Express (Shiberia Chôtokkyû: yokubô ressha) is scheduled to be screened at the Theatre Shinjuku on August 27th (technically, on the morning of the 28th), as part of a triple bill with Mike Mizno's Siberian Express 2 (Shiberia Chôtokkyû 2) and Mizno's Siberian Express 5 (Shiberia Chôtokkyû 5) commemorating the release of Shiberia Chôtokkyû Konpurîto DVD-Box the day before.
There's an official website for Ecstasy Express, but there's no trailer for it on that site. The movie is a (nominal) spin-off from the Siberian Express (Shiberia Chôtokkyû) series. As was previously reported here on ScreenAnarchy, its cast apparently includes Miku Matsumoto, Maria Yumeno (she was in Seiji Yamada's J-sploitation movie The Naked and the Living Dead (Shin kaidan zangyaku hidô: onna keiji to ratai kaibôki) - a.k.a. "Yôki kaidan zenshû: bangai-hen: onna keiji to ratai kaibôki" - and starred in Daisuke Yamanouchi's Yumeno Maria: chô-inran onna no shiseikatsu), Tsubo Genjin, Ricky Fuji (Rikkî Fuji), Macho Pump (Maccho Panpu), Shigeru Saiki, Yûji Nakamura, Pal Hazuki (Paru Haduki), Ran Monbu, Hitomi Hayasaka, Naho Ozawa, Shôko Nakahara (she's also in Kôsuke Suzuki's Maicching Machiko! Begins (Maicchingu Machiko! Biginzu), and was in Noboru Iguchi's Snake Girl (Madara no shôjo) - one of the half-dozen hour-long movies in the Kazuo Umezu's Horror Theater (Umezu Kazuo: kyôfu gekijô) series - and Iguchi's 'family drama' Impolite Education (18-kin - abunai kankei: the kinshinsôkan), as well as Kanji Tsuda's "Akuryô" in the omnibus horror movie 'Chô' kowai hanashi the movie: yami no eigasai, and Hiroshi Takahashi's Ichi of Sodom (Sodomu no Ichi) - one of the four movies in Euro Space et al.'s Horror Bancho Series (Horâ banchô shirîzu)), Natsuyo Kanahama (she's in (Kei) Nakata's Tsurugi: The Future Swordsman (Tsurugi), and starred in Kenji Ônishi's experimental horror Squareworld (Sukueawârudo)), Torata Nanbu (he's also in Minoru Kawasaki's Kabuto-O Beetle (Kabuto-Ô Bîtoru)), Esper Itô (Esupâ Itô; esupâ = ESPer), Raper Satô (Reipâ Satô), Chimurin (Chie Norisue and Namie Sugimoto), The Great Sasuke (Za Gurêto Sasuke; he was in (Kei) Nakata's Muhito: The Matchless Man (Muhito)), Chocoball Mukai (Chokobôru Mukai), DIAMOND☆YUKAI (Daiamondo☆Yukai; he composed/performed the theme song for (Kei) Nakata's Tsurugi: The Future Swordsman (Tsurugi)), Motoji Takasu, Ofune, DJ Nira, Kazuaki Nishida [second entry on the page linked to], and Haruo Mizuno (a.k.a. Mike Mizuno, a.k.a. Mike Mizno - see above).