Train to Busan prequel Peninsula has premiered in Seoul! Is it worth a watch?

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula, the spin-off of the hit 2016 Korean horror-thriller, and one of the 56 titles that were a piece of the official selection of the current year’s Cannes Film Festival, will leave in North American venues on August 7. It likewise got an exclusive streaming deal with Shudder, AMC’s horror streaming site.


The zombie horror sequel, which returns Yeon Sang-ho to the chief’s seat, will bow on 150 screens over the U.S. what’s more, Canada by means of Well Go. Shiver will bow the pic solely on the streaming site in mid-2021.

Film distributor Well Go the USA declared the release date for Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula today, uncovering that the profoundly foreseen follow-up film will make a big appearance in North American performance centers on August 7, 2020. In the event that you would prefer not to hold up that long to get a brief look at the new film, Train to Busan is likewise being re-released in theaters in July, and the released will be joined by “a selective first look” at Peninsula.


Four years after South Korea’s annihilation in Train to Busan, the continuation fixates on Jung-Seok, a fighter who recently got away from the unhealthy no man’s land, who remembers the repulsiveness when relegated to an undercover activity with two basic goals: recover and endure. At the point when his group startlingly unearths survivors, their lives will rely upon whether the best—or most exceedingly awful—of human instinct wins in the direst of conditions.


This new film isn’t exactly an immediate spin-off of the occasions of Train to Busan, however, it is being charged as “the following nail-gnawing part” in that equivalent artistic universe. It hopes to extend the degree pretty altogether from Train to Busan, which was a genuinely contained spine chiller that to a great extent occurred on a fast vehicle.