Opening Scene In Train To Busan

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“Train to Busan” is the most purely entertaining zombie film. The writer and directorby Yeon Sang Ho produced the action horror railroad movie “Train to Busan” which is largely place riding aboard high seed KTX train travelling from Seoul to Busan in the middle of the zombie. Director of Yeon Sang Ho , who produced the famous animated feature “The King of Pigs” and “Seoul Station” transitioned to live action a horror thrill ride with the zombies in the train. Train to Busan is a zombie genre entertainment that usually succeed if they have realistic monsters and action scenes. Even though I have watch a scary movie any time of the year, something about the fall really make me mentally. Despite the lack of a little in the story department, Train …show more content…
On the KTX train to Busan, there are passengers include pregnant wife(Seong Kyeong) and her husband(Sang Hwa) ,two couple with high school baseball teams, elderly sisters (In Gil and Jong Gil), rich CEO(Yon Suk) and a homeless man. However, when the train takes off, one passenger had been nasty bitewound by a zombie and disoriented physicality boards, holding back sickness and convulsions in the vestibule. Soon, the passenger turns into a ravenous member of the undead, and it’s up to the father, daughter, and a small band of eccentrics to reluctantly team together, survive and reach civilization.if there’s still one to be …show more content…
It’s about zombies, human and survival. The director made this what-seems-normal topic interesting with characters which are real and down-to-earth. His zombies all have similar symptoms from the moment they were infected through blood to the point they were transformed I actually wonder if the director hired breakdancers to become his featured zombies, and they have unique features such as not knowing how to open doors which made them uniquely Train-To-Busan-Zombies. The horror of having to pass through the zombie-filled Cabin 9 to 15 while saving some survivors in Cabin 13 became the most tedious and horrifying journey I ever

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