Synopsis: When passengers on a train are attacked by a creature, they must band together in order to survive until morning.
Director(s): Paul Hyett
  1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
89 min

Um... Um...

Well, I don't think

anywhere will be open.

Yeah, no, probably not.

Um, I'm on again

in the morning, so...


I better get on,

but good luck next time.

Oh, it was just

a spur-of-the-moment thing.

Don't worry about it.

I meant with

the supervisor application.


Need a piss.

Well done.

That went well, mate.

This is the driver.

Sorry for the bump.

Seems we hit

something on the line.

Please remain seated.

We should be on our way shortly.

Thank you.

You alright?

Yeah, I'm fine.

That was quite a ride, mate.

Sorry about that, sir.


You alright, Ellen?

Look at this mess.

Don't worry about the mess.

We'll sort that out.

No, I'll do that.

No, no, no. I'll do that.

Allow me.

Thanks! Any time.

Are these yours?

Cheers, yeah.

Mine, too. Thank you.

Maybe you should

check on the others?

Right, yeah. OK.

You're both sound, fine?

Yeah, I think we

got it covered.

Is everybody alright down here?

Madam, you alright?

Yes, yes, but what happened?

Have we crashed?

Did we come off the tracks?

We're trying to get

to the bottom of it.

You should have seat belts

if you wanna stop like that.

I hear you.

Sir, let me help you with these.

Ged, please!

Did we come off the track?

Let me take these.

I'll do it!

We're alright.

It's her you wanna worry about.

Ged! Just

take a seat for me.

Calm down.

Miss, you alright?

I've gotta call my mum.

I could have died.

Are you OK, though?

If this is broken, I will sue.

I understand your concern,

but you need to calm down.

Don't touch me, pervert!

Are you alright?

What do you think?

You alright, mate? Yeah.

We going soon, or what?

Yeah, yeah. I'm just waiting

to hear from the driver.

Just take it easy for a minute.

You alright down there, sir?

I dropped my book.

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