Dong-Won Gang, Jung-hyun Lee, and Re Lee star in director Sang-ho Yeon’s indirect sequel to 2016’s zombie thriller Train to Busan. A team of soldiers embarks on a dangerous mission in a post-apocalyptic and zombie-infected Korean peninsula (four years after the events in the first film). Their retrieval mission faces an unexpected dilemma when they encounter a group of hardened and innovative survivors.~Augustine Chay
Gang Dong-weonJung Suk
MowgComposer (Music Score)
Kim Suk-wonSound/Sound Designer
Kim Hyun-jungHair Styles
Action and Adventure,Drama,Horror,Thriller
Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula
Year of Release
Blu-ray/DVD, 2 Discs
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
Well Go USA
Train to Busan Presents Peninsula [Blu-ray/DVD] [2 Discs] 
This was a very good movie, lots of action and yes I would recommend the movie to my friends, family and even enemies LOL! It was a good way for me to kill a few hours lots of action and excitement in the movie to keep you awake. I believe I would have paid money to see this movie in the theater. If you like action there is lots of action in this movie. By the way my wife loved the movie as well which is another plus because sometimes it is hard to find a movie that we both like and enjoy together. Not sure how many characters I have to take to reach 50 LOL!
let me get to it
the CGI on this is just bad.....like bad bad. the physics in this is terrible
they drive a car off the freeway into the street, the car bounces a bit and thats it. in real like the front bumper would've been destroyed and came off or something. i know its stupid but dumb thing like that get to me now.
the story doesnt even match how great the first one was. this thing had some unnecessary deaths, they tried to make them emotional but they weren't since the characters were flat
the movie was oa
The follow up to the brilliant Train to Busan is here and it does not disappoint. This sequel takes a more action oriented route as the story follows an ex military, his brother in law, and a team of mother/daughters and their military captain grandpa in a race against time to finish a mission and escape not only zombies but human threat as well. Terrific acting, amazing stunt work, laughs, and creepy zombies are all here. Its not only a must watch, but a must own!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Mad Max style Zombie Apocalypse breathes new life
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
****Spoiler free****What do you get when you cross Mad Max with a zombie apocalypse? Peninsula. This movie treads new ground in a genre that has been beaten into the ground the last 15 years with very, very few new ideas. Peninsula is a revelation in the zombie genre. Characters you care about, and action sequences leaving you wondering how they did that.
Comes with subtitles or english dub. We watched the Subtitles.
Although, the visual and sound are impressive, the story itself appears to be more like a hybrid of Mad Max/Escape From New York/World War Z and less Train to Busan. The action is crazed but story is nowhere as gripping as the first movie. Some scenes are almost too cheesy.
I love the train to busan franchise and this was no disappointment. I pre ordered this and it arrived one day ahead of the official release day woohoo!! Great movie special effects are great zombie action was fantastic good story too as a follow up.