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Train to Busan

From riffs on consumerism to the 1%, zombies are oft used for poignant social commentary. Korea’s surprising breakout horror Train to Busan continues the tradition, with a tale of murderous, brain-eating zombies stuck on a train that’s stuffed full of smart subtexts on class rebellion. When World’s Lamest Father Seok-woo (Gong Yoo) boards a train with his young daughter Suan (Kim Su-an) to visit her mother, they swiftly realise (a) there’s an apocalypse going on outside and (b) they have infected stowaways. Chaos, gore and electrifying action ensue.

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