Shadow Zone: The Undead Express (1996)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Drama, Family, Horror

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A teen obsessed with horror films befriends a vampire who leads him to a whole coven of vampires that hide beneath the New York subways.



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11 October 2004 | lotsafun
| Ron Silver shines as Valentine
The other reviewers have done an excellent job of summing this TV movie up. This is an okay TV movie aimed at kids who like scary stories. Those who say it seems like and After School Special are correct. It's fair for the most part but what really makes this something unique is Ron Silver's performance. Silver is fantastic! He brings real pathos and darkness to his role as the vampire Valentine. I rented this thinking it was a more adult oriented horror film. I was a bit taken back when it turned out to be a children's movie. I continued to watch it and Silver as Valentine was such a compelling character that I couldn't wait to see what would happen next. Silver really brings things to life each time he's on the screen and he has become one of this horror fans favorite cinematic vampires.

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