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Zombies Take Over the ‘Train to Busan’ in This Exclusive Clip; Massive Batch of Stills!

Landing at #9 on my list of best horror films of 2016 is the zombie apocalypse thriller Train to Busan (read our review), which arrives on Blu-ray and DVD January 17 from Well Go USA Entertainment.

Horror fans can take a harrowing Train to Busan, where a group of terrified passengers must fight the zombie hordes to make it to their last bastion of refuge … or so everyone hopes.

In this tense exclusive clip (above), passengers try and stay clam as they plan an escape from a horde of zombies. It’s as simples as one, two, three…

TRAIN TO BUSAN is a harrowing zombie horror-thriller that follows a group of terrified passengers fighting their way through a countrywide viral outbreak, trapped on a suspicion-filled, blood-drenched bullet train ride to the Safe Zone…which may or may not still be there.

Train to Busan set the box office ablaze across Asia, smashed box office records in South Korea and became the biggest Korean film of all time. It stars GONG Yoo (The Age of Shadows), JUNG Yu-mi (Manhole), MA Dong-seok (Doomsday Book), CHOI Woo-sik (Big Match), AN So-hee (Hellcats), KIM Eui-sung (Assassination), and KIM Su-an (Memories of the Sword).

In addition to the above clip, check out this massive batch of stills from the must-see zombie pic that’s getting a U.S. remake in the near future.




  • zombie84_41

    I gotta check this out tonight. I been wanting to see this for a while.

  • disqus_uPh3WDxbQy

    I’m definitely adding this bad boy to my collection. Loved it.

  • EvilHead1981

    I’m pretty critical about zombie movies (and shows), but this one did right by the genre. You are introduced to a cast of strangers (all pairs) that, throughout everything they go through, you CARE about and WANT to see survive. Some reviewers are comparing the action to World War Z, which I can see some scenes having that feel, but the difference is, WWZ, they focus MAINLY on Brad Pitt’s character and by the end, I feel as emotionally invested in the stakes or the characters as I did with Train to Busan. After watching this and The Wailing, these two movies are tapping into tropes you USED to see a LOT in old horror, particularly writing characters where you empathize with, which has been LOST in a LOT of mainstream American horror. Bye Bye Man, The Gallows, Ouija….


      exactly how I feel about it you get invested in the characters in Train To Busan .WWZ has little substance it was a CG clusterfuck with some cool set pieces that’s it.

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