The 31 Scariest Movie Scenes Ever – /Film

Apparently, once you become a parent, your perspective on fear changes. Your priorities shift, and the things that terrify you are less insular. They extend to your children, what may happen to them, or your inability to protect them. Such is the case with "Train to Busan."

After being told Daejeon station was safely secured by the military, the passengers disembark to find that they've all been infected. Seok-woo (Gong Yoo) left his little girl, Soo-an (Su-an Kim), in what he thought was a safe area. Meanwhile, Sang-hwa (Ma Dong-seok) thought he was escorting his pregnant wife, Seong-kyeong (Yu-mi Jung), to safety, only to realize they were walking directly into harm's way.

Ravenous, the wave of zombies moves like a brush fire, consuming everything in its path in the blink of an eye. It can't be contained, so they have to run. But Seok-woo doesn't make it in time, and he has to watch as Soo-an is nearly killed, only to be saved by Sang-hwa and Seong-kyeong as they ran for the door.

Seok-woo is nearly killed in the process, as he looks to the door where his daughter has just been ushered to safety. Will she be ok? If I die now, can I trust she'll be taken care of? If you're gone, who will protect your children?

The horror here is in part due to the tidal wave of undead carnage. But what makes the moment truly terrifying runs deeper, right to the core of what drives these characters. (Ariel Fisher)

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