Before seeing this movie I had a very pessimistic attitude towards it. The reason being, having seen the trailer I thought it all looked very "Hollywood" compared to the chilling and shakey effect that the digital cameras in 28 Days provided. My first instincts were that they'd messed up a great original horror with a poor money making excuse for a sequel, but I was pleasantly surprised. While 28 Weeks does not maintain the same camera effect to add that extra bit of grittiness and realism, it was just as disturbing and effective as Days. Alot of great action and horror, and nowhere near as overblown as I was expecting it to be. In my opinion, a worthy sequel with a good plot and good acting.