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28 Days Later (2002)

Released on 19 May 2003

Featuring: Cillian Murphy, Brendan Gleeson & Christopher Eccleston

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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In this film from director Danny Boyle and writer Alex Garland, a powerful virus is unleashed on the British public following a raid on a primate research facility by animal rights activists. Transmitted in a drop of blood and devastating within seconds, the virus locks those infected into a permanent state of murderous rage. Within 28 days the country is overwhelmed and a handful of survivors begin their attempts to salvage a future, little realising that the deadly virus is not the only thing that threatens them...
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 Average rating (74 reviews)

 ANDREX ANYONE?

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Anybody who says this is a waste of money is speaking a load of old tosh. A great British horror effort, showing the Americans how to do it without dodgy CGI or overpaid actors. From the amazing opening scenes of a deserted London to the nerve shredding tunnel scene where the survivors car gets an untimely puncture, there are some genuinely unnerving moments in the film. The thing that really got me was that the infected could run, not like Romero's Dawn of the Dead etc, who lumbered about. That took my safety net away if you like. No longer could I watch a zombie film thinking that if the poor sod could run a bit, then he might stand half a chance. No, Mr. Boyle has removed those shackles which has added to the tension even more.

 Granny-bashing-tastic

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Whatever you do, if you are a fan of zombie movies, dont expect to see traditional zombies here, boyle's efforts are marauding psycho's with a virus that makes them go mental and want to spew blood on you.

This makes the fear entirely different to the likes of day/dawn/land of the deads. In those films you could possibly take the zombies on until you were totally cornered. Here they are on you, they are spewing blood in your face, and 20 seconds later you want to kill your own gran.

The film's human side is brilliantly brought to the surface too, with the brendan gleeson character becomming the dad, with tragic results, and the despair of loved ones having all been killed or taken their own lives to get away from the 'rage'.

If you were dissappointed by Resident Evil, then the final sequence in the mansion will make up for this, it borrows heavily from the Gamecube and Playstation versions of the game in terms of camera work and pacing. I think Boyle did take influence from it for this stunning finale.

The second to last quarter is a bit slow, with a lot of plot exposition, but its necessary to make the ending to hi-octane.

A wicked british film.

 Genuinely Creepy

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One of the few horror films that actually scares you, rather than just filling the screen with gore. Certainly one of the most disturbing films of the past ten years. Towards the end it gets a little muddled, and it's not entirely clear what the soldiers we meet are up to - but on the whole a more effective horror than the 'Dawn of the Dead' remake.

 Superb

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British horror at its absolute finest. One of the best horror movies I've ever seen. Though I wouldn't classify it as typical zombie horror, because zombie basics: zombies are dead and they eat braaains. In this movie the people are not dead, and they don't eat people. I think that makes the movie slightly better.

 Okay Jim, I've got some bad news...

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Horrifying. At one point I genuinely thought a little bit of poo came out.

This was the first great apocalypse film of the century, and it should remembered as such. It's a very important film to come out of Britain as it cements Danny Boyle into the same category as the greats, and sees Alex Garland become a very important representative of British cinema.

Cillian Murphy is superb as Jim; a man who wakes up to an entirely alien world and wanders completely blindly into possibly the most hideous situations without a second thought.

Seeing Jim stroll around an entirely deserted London naively calling 'hello' down the streets is one of the most tense, biting, nervous and (impressively) beautifully composed scenes in cinematic history.

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ActorsCillian Murphy, Brendan Gleeson, Christopher Eccleston, David Schneider & Naomie Harris
DirectorDanny Boyle
Certificate18 years and over
Year2002
ScreenWidescreen 1.85:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish ; Swedish
Duration1 hour and 47 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.