A group of passengers are trapped in a train car by another group that has mysteriously transformed into vicious, flesh-eating creatures. As the situation quickly deteriorates and some survivors begin sacrificing others to the monsters to stay alive, a duo of unlikely allies begin working together. Fighting off fellow survivors and battling past the rabid creatures, they make their way to the engine car searching desperately for a solution to stop their runaway train that could crash at any moment.
Every car is the dining car
When riders on a passenger train mysteriously transform into vicious monsters, a small group of trapped survivors must find a way to stop the train before being killed; or killing each other.
Mark Cutforth has written, directed and produced award-winning shorts, documentaries, music videos, and television programs, including New York Happenin’ and Rhythm, Country & Blues for MCA. Previous features he has produced include the comedy/horror film ‘The Unmasked,’ which won a critics prize at the Avoriaz Film Festival in France, and was invited to screen for the selection committee at the Cannes Film Festival before being picked for worldwide distribution by Fox Releasing; and the $1.5 million budgeted action feature ‘Murder Blues,’ starring Brad Dourif and Francesco Quinn, directed by Anders Palm and distributed by Hemdale.
Lee Hoverd is an alumni of the Canadian Film Centre where he co-wrote the Genie nominated short film EVELYN: THE CUTEST EVIL DEAD GIRL with director Brad Peyton. In 2012, Lee was selected for the NSI Totally Television program to develop his TV series MEMBERSHIP. He is a recipient of a Shaw Media Banff Writers Apprenticeship and served on the second season of the WB and CityTV series SEED.
Recently, Lee was selected for the NSI Features First program for his feature length screenplay CHOO CHEW.
CHOO CHEW is excited to announce it has been selected for NSI Features First program! NSI Features First is a 10-month development training launch pad for producer/writer teams looking to produce their first or second feature film with strong commercial appeal. For more information regarding the latest NSI Features First program visit The National Screen Institute here or read The Playback article here.