This movie is supposed to be the prequel to Train to Busan. Now to be entirely honest with you I cannot remember how Train to Busan started. I don’t recall if there were already zombies in existence or some catastrophic event happened that brought them to be.
This movie doesn’t show how it starts or what exactly happened for this Zombie infestation to begin. It appears as though once we start watching the movie those damn zombies are already out there.
Seeing as though I don’t remember much from the original film, I do intend to watch it again before I watch the sequel. I really don’t know why they named this a prequel to Train to Busan because I’m just not sure how it ties in with the first film. But then again, I don’t remember much from the first film, so there’s that.
All that being said the film was fairly entertaining and I did enjoy it. I have to tell you there is no shortage of brutality in this movie and don’t come into this with any expectations for a happy ending. The film is crazy and utterly merciless. No one is safe!
The Zombies in this film are not like the zombies from The Walking Dead, these guys are closer to World War Z zombies. These are some fast and really aggressive zombies that don’t play around.
This was an entertaining film and I think you will enjoy it. Whether or not it really ties in with Train to Busan is not really relevant and it could be a completely standalone film.
I enjoyed Seoul Station and I can recommend it for viewing. But like I said, these people are brutal so brace yourself!
Bronx Raised Puerto Rican who dances in pink tights! Please note the date on a post, over the years my views have evolved. I’ve kept my old articles to show my growth. I started on the left, then went slightly to the right, I went solo and then back to the left. It’s all about growth and progress. We live, we learn, we grow. Peace and love.