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Alien Express (2005)

A new super train is built when a meteorite crashes near by, releasing a tiny creature. Once it kills and consumes everyone on board the train, it begins to grow and multiply into hordes of different creatures.

Director:

Turi Meyer

Writers:

Tom Alexander (story), Brian Smith
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Cast

Credited cast:
Lou Diamond Phillips ... Vic Holden
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sean Bott Sean Bott ... Russell
Steven Brand ... Paul Fitzpatrick
Todd Bridges ... Peter
Steffanie Busey ... Gina (as Steffanie Thomas)
Barry Corbin ... Senator Frank Rawlings
Derrick Costa Derrick Costa ... Alien
Joseph Daniel Hamilton ... Sam (as Joseph Hamilton)
Kellie Hamilton Kellie Hamilton ... Miss Utah (as Kellie Brothersen)
Amy Locane ... Rosie Holden
Stephen Rippey Stephen Rippey ... Robert
Scott Vandiver ... Scotter
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Storyline

A new super train is built when a meteorite crashes near by, releasing a tiny creature. Once it kills and consumes everyone on board the train, it begins to grow and multiply into hordes of different creatures.

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Taglines:

America's Newest Bullet Train Just Got On The Fast Track To Disaster

Genres:

Horror | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Details

Official Sites:

SCI FI

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 August 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dead Rail See more »

Filming Locations:

Ogden, Utah, USA

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color
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Goofs

While inspecting the burning car, Vic Holden claims that he can smell methane. This cannot happen - methane is odorless. When it is supplied as natural gas into buildings for gas appliances, another chemical, usually ethyl mercaptan, is added to the gas to give it a distinctive odor that lets people know when a leak occurs. See more »

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Dead Rail - A sit-com in disguise.
18 August 2005 | by proscribe-1See all my reviews

It is way beyond me how this script was ever sold much less produced and distributed. The dialogue was so bad it was sickening. The train and helicopter scenes appeared to have been done on flash cards by high school students. Lou Diamond Phillips must have hidden under his seat when this --- this "movie"? was shown at a private screening afterwhich he most likely left by the back door. The only emotion it aroused in me was pity for the cast, they had to "bite the bullet" to get through this one. I couldn't stand to watch all of it, it was so predictable that it was funny. Who knows maybe it will be picked up by one of the networks as a situation comedy.


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