Disaster Strikes Beneath The Surface In Russia's METRO

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Disaster Strikes Beneath The Surface In Russia's METRO
Subway trains and water. It's a bad combination played for maximum dramatic effect in upcoming Russian disaster film Metro. The premise is simple and effectively disturbing for anyone who has ever ridden a train below ground: In the middle of rush hour, with the trains packed to capacity, the walls separating the train system from the river water above give way and all hell breaks loose. This is chaos on a grand scale and while we've run an early teaser for the film before the full trailer showcases a good amount of brand new - and very effective - footage. Check it out below.
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Omar HaukssonDecember 11, 2012 6:31 AM

That looks amazing.
I foresee a remake in the future, taking place in NY.

El ChilarDecember 11, 2012 8:34 PM

Is this a stylish remake for Stallone's "Daylight"?