As an unidentified virus sweeps the country, the Korean government declares martial law. As the country descends into chaos, one city, Busan, is rumoured to have successfully fended off the virus outbreak and remains the only beacon of hope for those not yet infected. But when the virus breaks out on an express train to Busan, passengers on board must fight for their own survival…
453 km from Seoul to Busan. The struggle to survive. Get on board to stay alive!
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A pretty decent 'zombie' flick in the vein of 28 Days/Weeks Later & world War Z rather than the typical shuffling walking dead. There's one character you will absolutely hate & they've added the typical 'moppet' just pull on the ol'heart strings but who instead just becomes really annoying! There are some good moments but,for me at least,the film doesn't have any rewatchability after one viewing so it loses stars in my overall score.
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