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on 30 April 2017
This is a great and fast paced sequel to 28 days later. The idea for the movie is great and there are a lot of shocks and twists as well. There are good action scenes and the escape scene at the start is amazing. It is worth the small amount of money I paid. Be warned though that none of the original cast from the first film is in this movie.
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on 4 July 2014
a follow on to 28 days where the first (28 days ) was rubbish,this ones grets a father gets his kids back from abroad where survivors are protected by the u.s forces on the isle of dogs,then to children run off to find their mother,not knowing she is carrying the virus,a good film recommend it
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on 12 January 2015
Good dvd fantastic film
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on 20 March 2017
A+
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on 4 May 2017
Excellent well worth watching if your not afraid of zombies
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on 23 April 2017
Very good zombie movie!
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on 8 October 2007
'28 Weeks Later' opens parallel to the first film as a group of survivors hold up in a remote cottage. However, once more proving how quickly the Rage disease spreads once the house is attacked only Donald survives intact leaving his wife behind. Leaping forwards 28 weeks the surviving civilians of Great Britain are being returned to London in a quarantined zone under the supervision of the US military forces. Donald now lives here and he is reunited with his children. This comes as no surprise, but when his wife is found alive and well things begin to unravel. With the Rage virus apparently dead how will the US army react if an outbreak occurs - will they ever execute Code Red?

This film follows up from one of the best reimaginings of a horror genre ever and for this reason it will always suffer. '28 Days Later' was scary, refreshing and made Zombies cool again (cool enough for the remake of Dawn of the Dead to include fast Zombies.) Robert Carlyle adds some much needed class to this sequel and some of the set pieces are as impressive as the first film. The problems begin to appear when the extended cast are given more screen time. The actors playing Carlyle's children where too bland for my liking and I felt that he US army was played by a mixture of American/British/Australian actors and you could tell. However, the overall experience of the film is an excellent one with the setting being expanded enough from the first film and the music once again being the best in the current horror genre. Fans of horror and the original should still enjoy this great gory film.
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on 9 January 2017
Grim
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Human life has been all but wiped out in Britain by the rage-virus, now, 28 weeks later the infected have also died - of starvation,
Britain is now infection-free ??
The American army has moved in to try and restore services and repatriate the mainland.
'Don' (Robert Carlyle) is a survivor who had escaped a frenzied attack on his home and family at the height of the devastating
outbreak.
His Children 'Tammy' (Imogen Poots) and 'Andy' (Mackintosh Muggleton) who had attended boarding-school at the time of the outbreak now return to Britain to reunite with their Father who will have to explain to his Children what had happened to their
Mother.
However unbeknown to 'Don' 'Scarlet' (Rose Byrne) had survived, but how ?
'Scaarlet' though okay in appearance carries the virus that had devastated Britain, it will again spread, and indeed spiral out of
control as it had before.
'Tammy' and 'Andy' are helped to escape the chaos by army-officer 'Doyle' (Jeremy Renner) ....when all control has been lost
have they any real chance of survival ?
The question is, is there any real hope for mankind ? - there will almost certainly be more of this at some stage.
Plenty of blood and guts in this sequel, as we watch the virus again take hold.
Maybe not equal to the first in terms of tension but again a decent Horror-Tale.
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on 15 April 2017
28 Weeks Later is far superior to its predecessor but it's a completely different film. This is a horror. Again, it follows a group of survivalists but this film contains way more blood, infected civilians and jump scares (the good kind). The opening sequence is so memorable, and Robert Carlyle shines here...choosing his own life instead of his family, truly horrific. Not directed by Boyle, but he produced and the director tried to imitate his directing style...and I admired that! I just wish it was longer and that we had more back story for some of the characters.
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