A Zombie curse is placed upon a woman, which causes her to have living snakes inside her. Brujo, who is looking after her, attempts to take her to Los Angeles on the train. After several ... See full summary »

Director:

Peter Mervis (as The Mallachi Brothers)

Writer:

Eric Forsberg
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
A.J. Castro ... Brujo (as Alby Castro)
Julia Ruiz Julia Ruiz ... Alma
Giovanni Bejarano ... Miguel
Al Galvez ... Julio
Amelia Jackson-Gray ... Crystal
Shannon Gayle Hurd ... Summer (as Shannon Gayle)
Stephen A.F. Day ... Conductor
Isaac Wade Isaac Wade ... Martin
Carolyn Meyer ... Klara
Lola Forsberg ... Lani
Madeleine Falk ... Nancy
Derek Osedach Derek Osedach ... Mitch
Jay Costelo ... Juan
Jason S. Gray Jason S. Gray ... Chico
Sean Durrie Sean Durrie ... Dickie
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A Zombie curse is placed upon a woman, which causes her to have living snakes inside her. Brujo, who is looking after her, attempts to take her to Los Angeles on the train. After several confrontations on the train, Brujo's collection of snakes manage to separate themselves from their owner and go on the hunt. Whilst all this is happening, normal, everyday passengers are relaxing, what is unknown to them is that something deadly is heading their way, and that there is no way out. Written by Vampiric

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First planes... Now trains! See more »


Certificate:

R | See all certifications »

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Trivia

In the middle of a shooting day, the film set and it's craft services was invaded by escaped cows. Also captured in the Behind-The-Scenes. See more »

Quotes

Conductor: We have a runaway train. I repeat. We have a runaway train.
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Crazy Credits

"No snakes were hurt during the production of this screenplay. Only a small child was, but it's cool." See more »

Connections

Referenced in The Middle: Hecks on a Train (2015) See more »

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Manuer Spreader
Written by Scott Farr
Performed by Jazz Farm
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Easily the greatest movie of all time.
13 January 2007 | by joughdonakowskiSee all my reviews

Truly, truly awful. I don't even know where to begin. This is a perfect example of a movie that doesn't know what to do with itself. I'm not sure I could even assign a category myself, except that I'm quite sure it's a slap in the face of everyone, every where. Even the unborn.

At times, I thought I was watching a parody, or some kind of farce. At times, just a bad B movie. But I kept holding out for the porno, which, I fear, is almost(but not entirely), non existent.

Some one advised skipping to the ending. I would definitely second that emotion. The last five minutes are intense, and certainly contain some of the best film making/cgi you will ever see, ever.

Ed Wood would be proud.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Spanish

Release Date:

15 August 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Snakes on a Train See more »

Filming Locations:

Lancaster, California, USA See more »

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Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)
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The Asylum See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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