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Horror icon Tony Todd (Clive Barkers CANDYMAN series) delivers his most powerful and evil performance as SHADOW, an executed and resurrected serial killer who invades a womens prison in search of the girl known only as Solitaire (Carla Greene)! Solitaire senses her impending doom and prepares to single-handedly take on Shadow and his army of zombies in a supernatural martial arts showdown! SHADOW: DEAD RIOT is a unique stylistic fusion of Asian-style action, zombie horror and womens prison drama.
I only watched a few minutes of this film and turned it off, as I found it unwatchable and not entertaining.Published 22 months ago by Manny Agah
Tony Todd can not recreate the popularity he received from Candy Man. This movie cheapens his artistic ability. Do not purchase.Published on July 15, 2013 by Carolyn A. Jackson
I'm a big Tony Todd and horror fan and I seen this movie when it first came out. I really enjoyed it. Especially since it is a low budget movie. Read morePublished on February 10, 2011 by cejohn
it is a good movie I purchased it a long time ago and didnt finish it and then couldnt find. I needed to see the ending. Just know that it is a good movie typical for its time.Published on March 16, 2010 by Metrice Johnson
This movie is OK. If you like the women in prison exploxiation movies then if kind of your cup of tea. If your a zombie lover might go wrong. Read morePublished on July 8, 2009 by Amazon Customer
New from Media Blasters on BD and a decent (neo-'grindhouse'style) film. It's lmpressingly low budget, below the belt entertainment that should satisfy anyone who insists on purity... Read morePublished on February 6, 2009 by A Customer
Shadow: Dead Riot is a gory, funny, violent, zombie filled film with a lot of martial arts. Not only is Shadow: Dead Riot a good film, it's one of those B-movies that you'll love... Read morePublished on November 6, 2008 by Joel S./Max B.