A martial arts master takes on an evil demon that haunts the New York City subways.

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Cast

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Elsie Roman
Warhawk Tanzania ...
Luke (as War Hawk Tanzania)
Larry Fleischman ...
Cris (as Larry Fleishman)
Wilfredo Roldan ...
Rodan
Stephen DeFazio ...
Sam
Brother Theodore
Moses Lyllia ...
(as Moses Illiya)
Tsikagi Tanzania ...
(as Tsikagi Iron Preist-Tanzania)
Yoshiteru Otani ...
Warrior
Guy King ...
Priest / Dopedealer
Nobu Iwasawa ...
Priest
Clint Chin ...
Priest
Masaki Oishi ...
Priest
Thomas Lee ...
Priest
Thomas D. Anglin ...
Tom (as Tom Anglin)
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Storyline

Warhawk Tanzania plays an urban afro American, who hate the gang warfare all around him. In desperation, Tanzania summons a demon from the subway system to purge his neighborhood of punks. Unfortunately, the demons are uncontrollable, resulting in the deaths of several innocent people. Written by Ørnås

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demon | subway | gang | city | punk | See All (12) »

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Take the Express train to TERROR!!! See more »


Certificate:

R
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Release Date:

7 September 1976 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Phantom of the Subway  »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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(Technicolor)

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Brother Theodore improvised all of his lines. See more »

Soundtracks

Strolling
© 1975 Rising Sun
By Patrick Adams
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Rotgut Chinese monster lore with inner-city panache.
18 September 2005 | by (fabulous Las Vega$!) – See all my reviews

A black martial arts master takes a student to China for some sort of competition...student finds an ancient amulet in a cave and brings it back to New York City, unaware that a bloodthirsty demon, rightful owner of the artifact, has followed and wants the item back. Demon takes refuge in the subway system, wreaking havoc and causing confusion for homicide investigators. Only said Karate master can save the day in a hand-to-hand face-off with the evil horror.

There is no arguing that DEVIL'S EXPRESS is a bona fide trash epic...not a single moment of this film has even the most meager foothold in bare proficiency, yet somehow it manages to emerge as something strangely watchable. Hilarious moments abound...do yourself a favor and track down a copy of this elusive schlock treat.


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