This sing-along zombie apocalypse, one of a mind-boggling seven movies Japanese director Takashi Miike released in 2001, may not have the sticking power of Audition. But any film inspired equally by Night of the Living Dead and The Sound of Music deserves your attention. Yes, the zombies do sing.
Set one day prior to the events depicted in Train to Busan, Seoul Station imagines downtown Seoul being overrun by legions of zombies. Much of the plot revolves around Suk-Gyu (Ryu Seung-Ryong), a father desperately searching for his missing daughter, Hye-Sun (Shim Eun-Kyung), prior to the zombie pandemic. It's an interesting chapter in the story of modern South Korean zombie movies that fans of Train to Busan definitely need to check out and takes a refreshing approach to the set-up. 2b1af7f3a8