The Shadow: Master of DarknessFan Central
Home History Pulp Radio Screen Comic Collector Fan Central links About - Contact
Fan Central
Monthly Poll
  2001 Archive
  2002 Archive
  2003 Archive
  2005 Archive
Sequel Poll
  2001 Archive
  2005 Archive
  2009-2010 Archive
Fan Fiction
Fan Art
  In Print

Site Map

The Shadow Monthly Poll

What is your favorite scene in the 1994 movie?

Want to add your own opinion? Email me! Don't forget to read the rules, though.

It's hard for me to say, seeing as how I loved everything in the film. If I really had to choose, though, it would probably be the fight in the lab between The Shadow and the Mongols: from the first fight on the balcony to the final Mongol falling to the sidewalk below. There's just something about the combination between the action of the scene and the great music (not to mention that brief moment of outstanding percussion when The Shadow emerges from his pinned cape) that just makes it my favorite scene of the whole film.

—Michael M.

There's no ifs, ands, or buts... It's got to be where The Shadow is fighting the mongol warriors in Dr. Lane's office and he emerges from his own shadow. Sweet.

My favorite scene in the entire movie, basically, is the scene on the bridge when The Shadow beats up the head thug. My second favorite scene is the scene with Tim Curry's character in the ballroom at the Hotel.

—Alex Case
The scene that I rewind and watch over and over again is a pretty short one. It's the scene when The Shadow first enters the Monolith Hotel and we follow his shadow up the stairs until the crime fighter himself emerges before us.

When The Shadow enters into Khan's lair. You see The Shadow reflected on the walls and steps of the stairs as he gets into action. This scene was the best. It reflected the Shadow's image.

—Al Blas
My favorite scene is when Lamont Cranston meets Margo Lane in the Colbalt Club.

—Anthony J. Archambault
Gotta be the Mongol fight in the lab. When I'm reading the pulps, The Shadow moves and looks exactly like the fight on the balcony. It's like someone read my mind...

You don't think...




Home | History | Pulp | Radio | Screen | Comic | Collector | Fan Central | Links | About
© copyright 2003 - Present
The Shadow: Master of Darkness
The Shadow is copyrighted by Advance Magazine Publishers, Inc. Disclaimer