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Evil on Queen Street: Domination (2005)

Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Horror | Video 6 December 2005
Nick and Alexia still possess the dagger, the only thing capable of destroying The Demon, when The Demon decides to return with a plan to take over the world using an army of undead zombies... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Wilson
Steven Scott Austin ...
Damien Cruz (as Steve Austin)
Rodney Duncan ...
Taihiti Jones ...
Electra Murphy
B. Nicole Williams ...
Sarah Thompson
Erica Davis ...
Jaqueline "Jackie" Romero
Kaisha Johnson ...
Brian Ramme ...
'Undertaker' Zombie / The Demon / Thug #1
Daniel Ramme ...
Victor Timpone
E.H. Jenkins ...
Bad Ass Zombie
Charlie Spease ...
Charcoal Zombie
Chester Black ...
Grandpa Zombie / Thug #2
Michael Adam Starr ...
Car Zombie
Scott Lee ...
Grey Haired Zombie
Alisha Lee ...


Nick and Alexia still possess the dagger, the only thing capable of destroying The Demon, when The Demon decides to return with a plan to take over the world using an army of undead zombies! Nick & Alexia must now team up not only with Sarah, Alexia's dysfunctional sister, but also with Sarah's boyfriend Victor, who is a known con artist. The film also introduces the character of Detective Jaqueline "Jackie" Romero to add to the chaos! The terror is not over yet! Written by Mike D.

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They thought the terror was over. They Were Wrong... See more »


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Release Date:

6 December 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Domination: Evil on Queen Street 2  »

Box Office


$4,900 (estimated)

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1.85 : 1
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Michael D'Amico had to turn down the role of Victor Timpone due to a schedule conflict so the role went to Daniel Ramme. During post production, Ramme was unavailable for voice recording so D'Amico filled in. See more »


Follows Evil on Queen Street: Ascension (2004) See more »

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Evil On Queen Street: Domination
3 November 2012 | by (nashville) – See all my reviews

I have seen a lot of films that were horrible. This one is probably the worst film I have ever seen. I have given it a "1" rating for awful but that is only because I could not give it a lower rating, otherwise I would be into negative numbers because that is what this film truly deserves. There is not one shot, not one frame, not one milli-second of film shot here that was worth the cost of of developing it. EVERYTHING about this pos is bad. The acting, direction, script, sound, editing and scoring is inept, incompetent, incoherent, and just plain worthless. Don't get me wrong. I can watch bad B films and get something out of them. I still may think they are crap but I know what the director was going for. Sometimes, a B film will come out no where and strike a chord with me; Dark Corners with Thora Birch is an example. Evil On Queen Street was shot for a bank busting 4,900 dollars and it has all been wasted. How it managed to get a 2.2 rating on IMDb is beyond me. Somebody was generous that day. Consider this a public service announcement. You have been warned. Do NOT waste your time or money on this excrement.

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