Today's Horror Adaption is based on Steven King's 1995 movie Langoliers. I call this version
A group of Fated are on route to Malifaux when a strange phenomenon after entering the breach, instead of emerging, the train continues travelling along an endless rail through a thick fog bank. The train and it's passengers are interlopers to the enigmatic Void, a space between Earth and Malifaux, and the native creatures are drawn towards the intruding creatures. The Fated are trapped in a claustrophobic cabin with several passengers, whose sanity begin to erode, as the Void monster approach and attack the train from the outside. A young girl passenger by the name of Kelly Price, has begun to see visions of the horrific deaths of several passengers, panic and confusion sets in as some of these supposedly "accidental deaths" come true. Matters only get worse when a Guild Guardsman by the name of Hamish Tannery starts to become unhinged and wishes to kill Kelly and anyone who challenges his authority.
After tensions peak and repelling the first assault by Void Wretches, the train grinds to a halt as it pulls into an abandoned train station surrounded by the obscuring mist. The station is completely devoid of life. Those who risk entering the mist are swiftly torn asunder by the Void Hunters stalking them. The Fated and surviving passengers must find a hidden soul stone inside the station complex and return it to the train's engine room to fuel a final push into Malifaux. The entire time that the Fated are in the station, a terrifying sound continually assaults their senses as a horde of the void creatures are heading to overwhelm the station. In addition, Guardsman Hamish, driven insane by staring for too long into the void (or animated as an undead), he intends to use the passengers as an offering to Oblivion.