Howl

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.
 
IMDB:
5.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
64%
NOT RATED
Year:
2015
89 min
24 Views

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Excuse me, sir, is this

the right train to New Haven?

Yeah. Next train

on this platform, sir.

Thanks.

All right.

Malcolm, Malcolm.

Evening, guv.

Uh, right, 11:
30, New Haven.

Done and done.

Thank you very much.

Bad news?

No.

Right. Congratulations.

Ken called in sick.

Looks like you're

on the Eastborough red-eye.

Tonight?

Mmhmm.

Hang on,

I've just done my shift.

They must all be law-abiding

citizens on your trains.

You haven't issued

a penalty fare in six weeks.

Or are you

just not man enough?

I'll do it.

Good boy.

Platform nine.

You alright, love?

Fine.

Good evening,

ladies and gentlemen.

This is your guard speaking.

I would like

to welcome you aboard

the 23:
59 Alpha Trax

service to Eastborough,

calling at Moseley Junction,

Woolscot, Edgcombe,

Abington Cross, Wychford,

Christchurch, Barrock's Hill,

Old Milton, and arriving

at Eastborough at 1:48.

I'd like to remind you

at this time

to have your tickets

ready for inspection.

Thank you.

Tickets, please.

Ta. Lovely.

Thank you, madam.

Tickets and passes, please.

Tickets, please.

Good, thank you, sir.

Excuse me, madam, tickets.

I'll get that for you.

Obviously not a fan of trains.

Nasty man.

Tickets, please.

Thank you, madam.

Ticket, please.

What? Oh, Christ. Um...

Hang on.

No rush, you're alright.

That's weird.

I had it this morning.

Today has just been a complete nightmare.

Let's see...

If you don't have a valid pass

I have to charge the full fare.

What? Seriously?

I take this train every single day.

Those are the rules.

Where is it

you're traveling to?

Eastborough.

Eastborough...

That's gonna be 39 then, please.

Thank you.

Ta.

Apologies. Just wait

for your change.

Sorry.

That's lovely, thank you.

Tickets, please!

Can I see your tickets, please?

Thank you, sir.

Why don't you get a proper job?

It was so great.

The guys, they were so hot.

I'll go tomorrow.

About 12ish, is that alright?

We'll go home, get changed,

and I can wear shorts.

It was brilliant.

I wish you were there.

Tickets and passes, please.

I ran so hard I wet myself.

Yeah... It's really boring.

But the party was amazing.

You'd have loved it.

It was what you

thought it was gonna be.

Can I see your ticket, please?

It was a great night.

You should've been there.

I know! Well, yeah.

It was so brilliant.

Tickets, please?

Yeah, that'll be really cool.

I like that. Yeah. Anyway...

Can you get off your phone?

You're in a quiet zone.

Yeah. That'll be really cool.

Anyway, he's such a boring...

Miss?

I know, right?

Thank you.

Oh, my God, this guy

is totally staring at my tits.

Such a perv.

What can I say? It's not my fault.

It was so funny.

Thank you. Ta.

Tickets, please.

Thank you, sir.

Can I see

your ticket, please?

Thank you.

Tickets, please. Thank you.

Any coffee?

See your tickets, please.

For you, sir?

Chicken?

Thanks.

Hiya.

Alright?

1 .85, please.

Didn't realize

you were on tonight.

Yeah, double shift.

Trying to save as much

as I can this month.

Oh, right. Yeah.

Dave's done the same to me.

You still trying to go?

I haven't decided yet.

I don't wanna be serving chicken

sandwiches the rest of my life.

No.

Yes?

Coffee, white,

two sugars, please.

And why would you?

Sorry about your promotion.

David told me.

Oh. I think he told everyone.

That doesn't surprise me.

Ah, it's not the end

of the world.

Something else better

will come up, I'm sure.

Well, you should try again.

You know, you're good

with the passengers.

People like you.

Ellen...

Do you want to go

for a drink later on?

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