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Trains are one of the safest ways to travel, with just 0.47 deaths per billion miles covered. I like the sound of those odds. However, if you happen to find yourself on a bullet train travelling to Busan in the midst of a zombie apocalypse, well, suddenly those odds probably aren't in your favor.

Train to Busan is an upcoming horror, centering around a group of survivors attempting to escape a gruesome end. Their means of escape is a high-speed train, travelling from Seoul to Busan, a place of safe refuge.

Keeping out the undead and the virus itself is a tricky challenge, however, and those on board find themselves in a difficult situation.

Zooming In On The Psychology Of Crisis

Yeon Sang-Ho makes his live-action debut with his South Korean horror, which made its debut at this year's illustrious Cannes festival. The movie has received positive reviews so far, with The Hollywood Reporter referring to it as Cannes "hidden gem." In an interview with THR, Sang-Ho discussed the crux of the story. He said:

"It zooms in on the psychology of people dealing with a crisis. It becomes very personal, and some normal-looking people turn into monsters."

The movie also stars Gong Yoo, Ma Dong-Seok, and Jung Yu-Mi. Check out the trailer below:

Will you watch Train to Busan?

Via: Bloody Disgusting


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