The zombie genre is a funny thing. The concept of the dead coming to life to feast on the living has been done to redundancy. Every possible idea has been thoroughly explored on the big and small screen. Ever since the first RESIDENT EVIL movie came out back in the olden days of 2002 there has been a nonstop wave of zombie films of all ranges of quality. Some good. Most bad. Just when you think the genre is being laid to rest, another clever, well made movie or show comes out and inspires a whole new generation of movie makers to go out and make their own cheap knock-off. SHAUN OF THE DEAD or THE WALKING DEAD are great examples of this phenomenon. Now the WALKING DEAD's ratings are slipping. All the newly made zombie films are not getting bought up in film markets. If they are lucky they might end up on Chiller T.V. or the SYFY Channel. Yet just when you think the movement is over, here comes TRAIN TO BUSAN to reanimate the whole genre once again. I don't care. I like zombie movies and I really liked TRAIN TO BUSAN. Even though I am a die hard fan of zombie movies, I think even the most casual fan of horror or movies in general will like this movie. It is a bit unique.
The movie is about a father who is taking his daughter to visit his mother via the train to Busan. He is a man consumed with work which has resulted in a failed marriage and a daughter who can't stand to be with him. After getting on the train, however. zombies happen and now he is fighting along with the other passengers to survive and make it to Busan, possibly the only city on the route that is safe. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST.....
I'll have to see if I can find that one.
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