Howl. A late-night train journey out of London turns into a hellish nightmare when the young guard and his band of commuters are forced into a fight for survival against a dark, malevolent and terrifying creature.

At first glance, JOE appears to be an average, normal guy in his twenties. Mild-mannered and affable, he is, to his own frustration, something of a beta male. After a long day at work, Joe prepares to go home, but before he can get away, his overbearing boss coerces him into working one more shift on the last train of the night.

Drunks, clubbers and late night office workers trudging home: the last train from London puts Joe face to face with humanity at its worst. To make matters worse, bad weather is causing problems on the lines. The only thing that makes the night bearable is the chance to work alongside the feisty and beautiful trolley girl, ELLEN.

At first, it’s just like any other night train journey, when suddenly the train brakes violently, coming to a stop in the deep dark forest of Thornton. The train has hit something on the line and the situation becomes even stranger when the driver, after going outside to check the train, fails to return.

Eventually, the last few remaining passengers start to panic. ADRIAN, the handsome, charismatic investment banker quickly takes charge and convinces everyone to leave the broken-down train and walk the remaining few miles to the next station: Eastborough. Joe thinks it’s a bad idea, but relents in the face of Adrian’s confidence.



October 16, 2015


Paul Hyett


Mark Huckerby, Nick Ostler


Starchild Pictures






89 minutes