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A Los Angeles subway train is brought to a slamming stop, the tunnel partially collapsed, and several people injured. The survivors must figure out what caused it, and must deal with the greater danger that soon faces them. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Nicole Gale Anderson ... Tori

John Billingsley ... Sam

Kunal Sharma ... Al

Kevin Sizemore ... Jared

Joe Williamson ... Mason (as Joseph Williamson)

Mark Saul ... Boyd

Keena Ferguson ... Rubina
Renee Sly ... Dillon

Kym Jackson ... Kristine

Anna Maganini ... Yolanda
Jamie Nieto ... Adam

Lauren Holiday ... Passenger

Directed by
Robert Kirbyson 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Robert Kirbyson  writer
Tara Stone 

Produced by
Dominic Iocco .... producer
Christopher Riley .... producer
Nathan Scoggins .... producer
Original Music by
Alan Derian 
Cinematography by
Robert Kirbyson (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Catherine Kirbyson 
Casting by
Beverly Holloway 
Production Design by
Glen Hall 
Art Direction by
Colleen Monroe 
Set Decoration by
Andrew Leedom (co-set decorator)
Nate Stone (head set decorator)
Costume Design by
Colleen Monroe 
Makeup Department
Amy Atkinson .... makeup artist
Marta Mary Connolly .... makeup artist
Gia Rosa DiLoreto .... key hair stylist & makeup artist
Becki Kapono .... makeup artist
Alma Tess Kossman .... makeup artist (as Tess Perez)
Toby Lamm .... makeup department head
Rebecka Nguyan .... makeup artist
Marisa Sandoval .... makeup artist
Gina Simms .... makeup artist
Lindi Taylor .... makeup artist
Production Management
Amelia D'Andrea .... production supervisor
Mollie O'Hare .... unit production manager
Mary Stromberg .... assistant production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matthew Connors .... first assistant director
Paul F. Duda .... second assistant director
Julia Swain .... second unit director: photography
Art Department
Jamie Brock .... property master
Monica Gibbons .... art department pa
Paige Grube .... art department pa
Breandan Heiliger .... construction coordinator
Andrew Leedom .... set dresser
Tim Lochner .... general foreman
Megan Marie Murphy .... assistant props (as Megan Murphy)
Ethan Snell .... graphic artist
Sound Department
Jules Alvarado .... boom operator
Will Armstrong .... foley artist
David Barnaby .... supervising sound designer
Ethan Beigel .... re-recording mixer
Ethan Beigel .... supervising sound editor
Kristopher Dennett .... sound mixer
Tom Dunn .... production mixer
Matt Hovland .... adr mixer
Melissa Kennelly .... foley artist
Shawn Kennelly .... foley mixer
John Toy .... utility sound
Special Effects by
Tom Ceglia .... special effects coordinator
David Cunningham .... special effects assistant
Daniel Lappert .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Nicole Garcia .... additional colorist
Jan Hemstad .... rotoscope artist
John-Henry Keenan .... digital compositor
Damian McDonnell .... additional digital intermediate colorist
Keith Roush .... digital intermediate colorist
Nate Sjogren .... digital compositor
Nate Sjogren .... vfx editor
Trae Sjogren .... visual effects assistant
Ethan Snell .... digital compositor
Ian Eyre .... stunt coordinator
Mary Karcz .... stunt double: Nicole Gale Anderson
Bill Leaman .... stunt double: John Billingsley
Camera and Electrical Department
Patrick Butler .... camera operator: "b" camera
Emily Deady .... first assistant camera: b
Matt Ford .... key grip
Jan Hemstad .... gaffer
Kory Kast .... assistant camera
Paul Massell .... best boy
George Simon .... first assistant camera: b
Joe Simon .... first assistant camera: a
Ethan Snell .... first assistant camera: b
Julia Swain .... camera operator: A camera
Casting Department
Bridget Lappert .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Erika Cencak .... assistant costume designer
Paige Grube .... assistant costume designer
Jessica Lindner .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Jason Britton .... data wrangler
David Cunningham .... assistant editor
Tiffany Ferreira .... assistant editor
Gabriel Geagea .... assistant editor
Gabriel Geagea .... assistant editor
David Lamb .... digital intermediate editor
Laura Lopez .... assistant editor
Other crew
Elise Balhoff .... still photgrapher
Jonathan Boulos .... film accountant
Lucy Bruckner .... set production assistant
Melinda Collins .... field producer
Amelia D'Andrea .... head craft service
Gabriel Geagea .... documentarian (as Gabe Geagea)
Gabrielle Gniewek .... script supervisor
Kevin Kast .... behind the scenes director/producer
Kory Kast .... documentarian
Bridget Lappert .... assistant to producers
Megan Marie Murphy .... production assistant (as Megan Murphy)
Kaitlin Ostrowski .... craft service
Katrin Sohler .... production assistant (as Katie Sohler)
Kriztia Vela .... craft service
Brian Watson .... documentarian

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Redline" - USA (DVD box title)
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Rated R for some violence.
87 min


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8 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
Inoffensive Thriller That Didn't Cost A Bomb, 4 February 2014
Author: Theo Robertson from Isle Of Bute, Scotland

A terrorist bomb explodes on a train on the LA underground . A handful of survivors find themselves trapped in a blocked tunnel . Their worries increase when they realise that another bomb remains unexploded

Another of these obscure thrillers that you sometimes find online RED LINE is as inoffensive as it is forgettable . To be fair you can see that the producers were under financial pressure hence when the bomb does explode there's a blink and you'll miss it scene of carnage then the picture cuts to the aftermath so saving on set destruction and stunts

It does try and be character driven but unfortunately the characters are rather one note . We have the spunky heroine , the ethnic character who suspicion falls upon , the concerned father , the little kid etc but to be fair the cast do make the most of their clichéd parts especially Nicole Gale Anderson

RED LINE is disposable fair but for is acceptable 90 minutes entertainment . If you spent tens of millions of dollars with an all star cast you'd still effectively have he same film so credit that it didn't cost a massive fortune

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