Death Train

Death Train

Director: Yossi Wein Cast: Bryan Genesse, Bentley Mitchum, Tarri Markel


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Product Details

Release Date: 08/26/2005
UPC: 0687797608499
Original Release: 2001
Rating: R
Source: Alchemy / Millennium
Time: 1:34:00

Special Features

Scene selections; Doblada en Español; Trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bryan Genesse Actor
Bentley Mitchum Actor
Tarri Markel Crystal
Michael Anthony Rosas Actor

Technical Credits
Yossi Wein Director
Gina Amador Score Composer
Dori Amarilio Score Composer
Peter Belcher Cinematographer
Cari Coughlin Editor
Sonya Despotova Costumes/Costume Designer
Danny Dimbort Executive Producer
Avi Lerner Executive Producer
Danny Lerner Original Story,Producer
Valya Mladenova Production Designer
Trevor Short Executive Producer
David Varod Producer
Michael D. Weiss Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Death Train
1. Start [3:34]
2. The Swith Out [4:25]
3. Derailed [2:49]
4. After Them [3:54]
5. Busted [3:24]
6. All Aboard [5:08]
7. The Key [5:29]
8. On Top of It [3:15]
9. The Host [3:46]
10. A Hard Call [2:59]
11. The Intinerary [3:31]
12. Welcoming Party [4:13]
13. "Uninvited Guest" [4:25]
14. "Coming to Get You" [2:54]
15. A Visit [3:54]
16. Hostage Situation [3:05]
17. Headed for Trouble [3:15]
18. Ryan Takes Control [4:15]
19. Missed Connection [4:59]
20. Problems [4:25]
21. Full Steam Ahead [2:19]
22. Showdown [3:01]
23. Collision Course [5:19]
24. "Let's Party" [4:50]

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Death Train 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Six escaped convicts hijack a passenger train, taking several dozen hostages and gunning down quite a few more. Only an armed Pinkerton who escaped notice can stop them. That would be the plot, such as it is. The dialouge may have been improved by translating it into English from Swahili, and that from Dutch, from Mandarin Chinese, from Klingon. It would have made more sense anyways. The so-called action sequences are among the most poorly orchestrated I have ever seen, with characters standing in the open firing (and missing every shot) without taking any sort of cover. The acting is wooden, and certain character actions (he ignores the loaded machine guns but grabs the nearly empty .22?) are completely incomprehensible. Some decent music and nice locations cannot help this monstrosity. See it just for a laugh.