Alien Express

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Alien Express
Written by Tom Alexander
Brian Smith
Directed by Turi Meyer
Starring Lou Diamond Phillips
Amy Locane
Barry Corbin
Todd Bridges
Theme music composer Tom Batoy
Franco Tortora
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Terence M. O'Keefe
Scott Vandiver
Cinematography Michael G. Wojciechowski
Editor(s) Matthew Booth
Running time 120 minutes
Release
Original network Sci Fi Channel
Original release
  • August 13, 2005 (2005-08-13)

Alien Express (formerly known as Dead Rail) is a 2005 film directed by Turi Meyer and stars Lou Diamond Phillips, Amy Locane, Barry Corbin, and Todd Bridges. The film was released direct-to-video on August 13, 2005 when it was aired on Sci Fi Channel.

Plot

A new bullet train is speeding passengers to Las Vegas, along with a U.S. Senator from Texas running for president, when a meteorite crashes into a car near the tracks, releasing a tiny creature. The train stops to survey the damage, and the police are called. This stop allows the creature to board the train before it once again speeds off. Once it kills and consumes everyone aboard the train, it begins to grow and multiply into many differing creatures.

Cast

Production

Filming took place in Ogden, Utah, from December 9, 2004, to January 14, 2005.

External links

  • Alien Express on IMDb


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