Although it's better than most modern jack neo films, it feels like a 1 hour 19 minute short film. Unpolished, undescisive, and plain boring. A lot of people would be less critical when it comes to the vfx which I don't think they should be. Remember, most horror movies have low budgets! If you insist on making a horror movie about monsters, maybe go for a practical approach OR dont reveal so much of the monster and let it be a mystery! Horror movies now adays give away too much anyways. And not to mention the sound design which is way too excessive and meaningless, the beginning didnt need to have a touching and sweet song to create a connection to the characters we dont even know!
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Set in a Southeast Asian city, the story follows a group of commuters on the last subway train home, only to have the train veer off-course and crash into an abandoned tunnel. Stalked by an unknown monster, the remaining commuters - Yi Ling, a withdrawn mother guilt-ridden by her trauma in a car accident that killed her husband and nearly that of Lucas, her son, and Janice, a student dealing with an estranged relationship with her father - must escape and survive the night. When Lucas is taken by the monster, Yi Ling's maternal instinct is once again tested. Back in the subway control headquarters, duty engineers try to make sense of the situation and rescue the survivors, if there are any.
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