All Genres: Adventure, Action, Thriller
Release Year: 2002
Country: Australia, USA
Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith
Writing by: Brian Trenchard-Smith – (written by) &
Dennis A. Pratt – (written by) (as Dennis Pratt)
Produced by: Matt Carroll – producer
Steve Davis – executive producer
Gary Goldberger – executive producer
Marc B. Lorber – executive producer
Kris Noble – executive producer
Linda S. Ross – co-producer
Antonio Sabato Jr. – co-executive producer
Cast: Antonio Sabato Jr. – Paul Blake
Kimberley Davies – Rhonda Newcombe
Kate Beahan – Eve Lambert
Jerome Ehlers – Emmett Larkin
Nick Tate – Commander Haggarty
Alyssa-Jane Cook – Kristin
Victor Parascos – Captain Moran
Alexander Petersons – Laslovic (as Alex Petersons)
Paul Dalgleish – Yates (as Paul Dalglish)
Brad McMurray – O'dell
Peter Nash – Morgan
Music: Guy Gross
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Plot Outline: When a deadly assassin hijacks a passenger train, he threatens to detonate a deadly can of poison that can wipe out an entire city…
Plot: When a deadly assassin hijacks a passenger train, he threatens to detonate a deadly can of poison that can wipe out an entire city, if he isn't given a 25 million dollar Ransom. While the cops are attempting to thwart the madman, they decide to call Former DEA agent Paul Blake (Antonio Sabato, Jr) the one man who can possibly stop the fiendish plot.
Movie Quotes: Jeanne: Words are lies, bodies are truth – I have to show the truth.
Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
About 30 seconds after the credits begin to roll they begin to show a scene where Carol has transformed into Mrs. Claus and the puppets are dancing to the music playing over the credits.
Goofs: We know about 7 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Continuity: Lipstick disappears then reappears on Scott's cheek after Carol kisses him under the mistletoe.
Trivia: There are 3 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- The movie was shot in only 13 days.
- The movie is based on actual events, researched by Tommy Biondo over a five year period.
- Named Best Independent Movie of 2001 by Rue Morgue Magazine.