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Train to Busan
- Yoo Gong

Overview - When a Korean high-speed commuter train is overrun by zombies, a selfish businessman (Gong Yoo), his guileless daughter (Kim Su-an), and a brawny laborer (Ma Dong-seok) must work together to save everyone onboard. Written and directed by Yeon Sang-ho.  Read more...

 
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Overview

When a Korean high-speed commuter train is overrun by zombies, a selfish businessman (Gong Yoo), his guileless daughter (Kim Su-an), and a brawny laborer (Ma Dong-seok) must work together to save everyone onboard. Written and directed by Yeon Sang-ho.

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  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 118
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 812491017470
  • Genre: Foreign Video - Korean
  • Rating: UN
  • Release Date: January 2017

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3 stars out of 4 -- "[A] wildly fun action movie, beautifully paced and constructed, with just the right amount of character and horror..." - 07/22/2016 RogerEbert.com


"Often chaotic but never disorienting, the movie’s spirited set pieces -- like a wriggling ribbon of undead clinging doggedly to the last compartment -- owe much to Lee Hyung-deok’s wonderfully agile cinematography." - 07/21/2016 New York Times


"TRAIN TO BUSAN is really a feast for the scary, gymnastic bit players: contorting their bodies, baring teeth and running full bore. On this express, they’re a first-class menace indeed." - 07/21/2016 Los Angeles Times


4 stars out of 5 -- "Yeon has come up with a take on zombies that is rooted deep in the genre but still feels innovative. Like Romero’s undead, these are an inescapable evil spreading across the world to offer a sly commentary on our modern society." - 10/28/2016 Empire


4 stars out of 5 -- "We’re bound for an extraordinary rail-yard finale that involves seemingly half the country’s population and a living-versus-undead dust-up atop a runaway loco, but Yeon keeps us guessing until the nervy closing seconds." - 10/27/2016 The Guardian

 
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