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Shadow Zone: The Undead Express (1996)

A teen obsessed with horror films befriends a vampire who leads him to a whole coven of vampires that hide beneath the New York subways.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony T. Johnson ...
J. T
Frank Moore ...
Linda V. Carter ...
Ms. Potasher (as Linda Carter)
Derwin Jordan ...
Henry Chan ...
Mr. Chan
Wayne McNamara ...
Video Store Clerk
Michael Rhoades ...


Out of the darkness, the Grim Reaper appears in a graveyard among headstones and gargoyles. Elegantly cloaked, but masked by shadows, his eyes burn yellow as he tells us we all have a little evil inside us. Take Zach Kincaid... A lonely and intense 14-year-old horror movie junkie, Zach is a good kid but a little confused as a result of his parents' recent break-up. Perhaps for this reason, he often tends to stretch the truth. His friends, J.T. Heffernan, a computer geek, and Gabrielle "Gabe" Lattanzi, a lovely, intelligent athlete, humor Zach, but know just how much to believe. On the way home one weekend, Zach becomes lost on a deserted subway platform. When he stops for directions he is attacked, but rescued in the nick of time by Valentine, a self-styled vegetarian vampire from the turn of the century. Finding cold comfort in Valentine's assurance of protection, Zach runs for the first available train. Unfortunately, he steps onto the Undead Express, which is full of vampires who ... Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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All Aboard! The Next Stop Could Be Your Last


Drama | Family | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some horror violence and gore | See all certifications »




Release Date:

27 October 1996 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Vampyrexpressen  »

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Zach: [Scene changes to Zach walk the street and walks down stairs and slide down the binders and puts a quarter in the slot and runs down moving stairs. A subway exit. Zach walks onto the platform and stops to look at the clock... which is going wild. See clock go wild] Cool.
[Looks into tunnel]
Valentine: [Enters then shows the clock going wild then Valentine holding a rat before eats it's head off then throws it at Zach then smiles and walks away]
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Followed by Shadow Zone: My Teacher Ate My Homework (1997) See more »

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Ron Silver shines as Valentine
11 October 2004 | by (Angel City) – See all my reviews

The other reviewers have done an excellent job of summing this TV movie up. This is an okay TV movie aimed at kids who like scary stories. Those who say it seems like and After School Special are correct. It's fair for the most part but what really makes this something unique is Ron Silver's performance. Silver is fantastic! He brings real pathos and darkness to his role as the vampire Valentine. I rented this thinking it was a more adult oriented horror film. I was a bit taken back when it turned out to be a children's movie. I continued to watch it and Silver as Valentine was such a compelling character that I couldn't wait to see what would happen next. Silver really brings things to life each time he's on the screen and he has become one of this horror fans favorite cinematic vampires.

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