Read more at Variety.com

— by Aaron Neuwirth: Director Yeon Sang-ho brought back much of his crew from velocity-infused 2016 Korean zombie blockbuster “Train to Busan” to deliver the goods for “Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula,” bowing in theaters Aug. 21.

While “Train to Busan” (the first widely released film of the trilogy, though made after the animated original film, “Seoul Station”) focused on a small group of survivors trapped on a bullet train during the start of a zombie outbreak, the current film takes place over the entire South Korean Peninsula, requiring greater imagination, more special effects and a wider collaboration among the crew…

Image courtesy of Well Go USA