Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night’ turned into terrifying Korean film


Someone has transformed The Beatles’ ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ into a terrifying Korean horror movie

A fan of The Beatles has created a mash-up that sees their seminal movie A Hard Day’s Night combining with Korean horror The Train To Busan for an unexpectedly terrifying result, according with NME

The cult Korean movie ollows the terrifying string of events that occur after a zombie apocalypse breaks out on a train to the city of Busan.

But in the newly created version, it seems that the zombies aren’t the threat at all. Instead, it appears that four recognisable lads from Liverpool are causing everyday Koreans to mount a desperate battle for survival.

The result is pretty chilling – and it’s unlikely that we’ll ever watch A Hard Day’s Night in the same way ever again.
On  Friday 10 July 1964, four days after the world première of A Hard Day’s Night in London, The Beatles arrived in Liverpool for the first northern England screening.

We weren’t really apprehensive abut going back to Liverpool, for the other premiere. We’d heard one or two little rumours that people felt we’d betrayed them by leaving, and shouldn’t have gone to live in London. But there were always those detractors.
Paul McCartney


Souvenir programme from the northern (Liverpool) premiere of The Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night, 10 July 1964


The Beatles flew to the city from London, and were greeted upon their arrival at Speke Airport by 3,000 fans. They gave a press conference and a series of interviews for the assembled press and film crews.

The Beatles were driven to Liverpool Town Hall in a police cavalcade, with an estimated 200,000 people – roughly a quarter of the city’s population – lining the route. Hundreds of police officers attempted to restrain the crowds, but several times the cordons were breached by screaming fans.


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