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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Train to Busan Full Movie Clickbaits and Memes for Zombie-Loving Moviegoers


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Everyone's raving about one of the newest zombie movie "Train to Busan."

Forget about George Romero's blockbuster zombie flicks and all the rest of the movies with zombie-like infestations leading to the apocalypse. This year it's all about zombies on trains. The Koreans know how to make a zombie film, that's for sure. This is f*cking scary!

Where you among those who anticipated watching the movie? or did you watch out for leakages of the movie online?  There were so many clickbaits tempting netizens to click so they can watch the movie in full, but instead all they got were the trailers and cut-scenes, or the links leading to a site which required them to register. Lol!

Memes of the movie have surfaced as well, and of course we would find the ones pertaining to teh local Philippine scene a lot more funnier because we can relate.

While a zombie-virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan. What came into my mind is when the same scenario hits the Philippines, we would surely be unable to run. Aside from the crowded train stations (MRT and LRT), the entire length of the train rides are too short. Zombies will surely infect us all in no time.

The movie is about Sok-woo and his daughter Soo-ahn who both boarded the KTX, a fast train that shall bring them from Seoul to Busan. But right at the moment of their departure, the train station is overrun by zombies which kill the train driver and several others, while most of the passengers were unaware.

Martial Law is declared in the country as the mysterious viral outbreak pushes Korea into a state of emergency. Those on an express train to Busan soon learned of the infected within their midst. The virus outbreak in the train soon turns more passengers into zombies and all hell breaks loose. The rest of the passengers must now fight for their own survival. 
















By the looks of it, the train ride was the only safe place to be while the rest of the world is in a zombie apocalypse. Their only hope is to reach Busan which was said to be the only place safe from zombies.

In the Philippines, I don't think there is no place safe to run as you could never really run due to the immense population of the country. Do we even have a designated place assigned by the government where people can feel safe and secure? Unlike during floods and typhoons, the classrooms, covered courts and gyms could not protect the people from zombie attacks.

The Korean movie continues to be a huge success all over the world. The film set a record as the first Korean film of 2016 to break the audience record with over 10 million theatergoers. And it has remarkably grossed US$80,201,768 worldwide.

Netizens, especially those who have watched the movie already, couldn't stop themselves in comparing Train to Busan with Train to Taft - how we would fare if the similar incident occurred in the Philippines? Which would be spookier? Do we ever have a chance to survive if it happens at our very own Metro Rail Transit or Light Rail Transit?

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