Based on the hit-and run vehicle chase film with Denholm Elliott, the Tigerstrips are on the lookout to save the world. However, when an eco-terrorist gang called The Terrorist’s Foot takes over the textile plant and starts infiltrating the town, the authorities aren’t sure if they’ll be able stop the tigers on their own. Are the FBI agents and local law-men get the job done? Or will The Terrorists prevail?

Thirty years ago, in the Depression-era of Alabama A deranged serial killer was spotted on the streets, committing sadistic and deadly crimes. He was after one thing cash. The Terrorists Foot is Al Sweets. To blend in with the night-time darkness he wears a latex mask but he conceals an extremely dangerous secret…

Harry, who was a resident of the town, told me that he didn’t know how he got the wool. However he did steal all the money from the bank vault one day. “For a short while there was nobody around and I tried to call the bank and tell them I was going to transfer some money to a friend who lives in New York City, but they wouldn’t allow me. They told me that no one was able to access the vaults without a key. Therefore, I had to steal the key.” – RPG

Harry and the other residents of the town fight against the monster. The Terrorist’s Foot enjoys a vast support base among the residents. Many people believe that the serial killer is part of the group. The film shows, with the help of a lone hero and a glimpse at what happens when good and bad people work together against the common enemy.

railroad tigers Russell Brand plays the role of Al Sweets. Al is a slim, weak, aging man who longs to be a success like his hero, Sherlock Holmes (Craigentin). Al is abducted by terrorists and forced to become a double truck driver during a cross-country trip. Al desperately tries to convince authorities to rescue him. Al realizes that he’s falling for another man despite all efforts.

Russell Brand turns in another outstanding performance as the master sleuth. However his co-star Edward Hershey is perhaps better recognized for his TV work like “That 70s Show” or “Thatchers Files.” Hershey is a more humorous character than Russell Brand.


“Railroad Tigers” is not a film for the faint of heart. While it does contain some violence, the film manages to keep within the acceptable boundaries of cinema fare. The film doesn’t mention any death or gore however, it does play it safe.

Overall, “Railroad Tigers,” is a wonderful film for people who love mystery, urban fantasy, and a good old-fashioned tale of mystery. If you’re a fan of Robert Townshend or David Estlin You will love this movie. Otherwise, it will most likely disappoint. It’s an enjoyable action film that almost anyone can enjoy.

The story begins in New York City as an escapee slave named Tiger finds his way into Chicago. He was taught by Cassius Marsh who appears to be a member the Northside gang. He is determined to take revenge for the death of his brother, whom he considers a friend. It turns out, Cassius is also a former convict. Tiger is not just looking to get revenge and revenge, but he also has a grudge against Cassius, the man who taught him how trade guns and made him into the person he is today the tiger.

The film’s cat, whom the tigers attempt to kill, takes up much of the film. It is an entertaining scene. It could be more memorable If the cat had said something like “You aren’t the only one thinking this way …”” or something similar.

Eventually Tiger realizes that the leader of the Northside gang, Calvin Finley (Eddie Murphy) is after his head because of the money that he owed him for the services he that he provided to the railroad. He is able to capture Calvin, and they have an argument in which Calvin is shot in the leg. Tiger manages to get away and escapes as the police arrive.

Five years later, a gang of outlaws and criminals, including a deranged one known as Ross, attempt to rob the refinery which supplies the Union Pacific Railroad with the rails and weapons Tiger requires to continue his pursuit. In the hope of locating the bounty, Sheriff Poole (Charles Bronson), and tracker Mike [Harold Rambo] join the gang, and are both seriously injured. When the band arrives at the train, Tiger kills everyone on the train, with the exception of the conductor. The survivors are taken to Kansas City prison where a mob made up of local yobs kills remaining traitors and saves the remaining tigers. However one of the tigers decides not to return to his former ways and fights the remaining traitors, one by one and kills them all. Tiger finally takes down the locomotive and the town watch as he saunters off into the sunset.

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