28 Weeks Later

28 Weeks Later

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28 Weeks Later

A sequel to the brilliant 28 Days Later where Britain was quarantined after a zombie outbreak, this one picks up six months later, when the Americans come to reboot a dead country. But of course, something goes wrong…

And these aren't zombies in the traditional sense. They run bloody fast and rather than being dim-witted and shambolic, they're furiously angry and bloodthirsty. The first film was best known for its wide-angle shots of an empty London (filmed early in the morning) so look for more of the same here, as well as a zombie chase across farmland which replaces the gut-wrenching tunnel chase in the original.

2007Rating: R18, contains graphic violence & offensive language101 minsUK
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Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

A full-bore zombie romp that more than delivers the genre goods...

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A ferociously entertaining thriller with sympathetic characters, stunning set pieces and pulsating excitement...

0
New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

Unlike most big-screen horror films these days, 28 Weeks Later has a half-decent premise, a credible cast, including noteworthy performances by newcomers Muggleton and Poots, and an edgy musical score. Despite this, and successfully making London look deserted, you can't help thinking that it's a case of been there, done that...

3.0
0
Newshub

Newshub

press

For the hardcore, I suspect "28 Weeks Later" isn't really that scary, but for me, I was climbing the walls and crawling behind my seat...

4.0
0
Lumiere Reader

Lumiere Reader

press

There’s nothing overly inherently wrong with the film – on reflection, there are several serious plot holes which are quite glaring and jarring (the worst being it’s never overly clear how Don’s wife survived the original attack) but the pace of the film zips along that you’re carried with it. It does, however, feel like a video game in many places...

3.0
0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Bigger action, more amazing deserted (and devastated) London sequences and biting contemporary relevance, if a touch less heart. It’s a worthy follow-up, with a grimly satisfying coda that doesn’t rule out revisiting the situation 28 months later...

4.0
0
BBC

BBC

press

Feels a tad redundant - it doesn't do anything that the original didn't do better, and it lacks that film's understated lyricism. As a pacy Saturday night shocker, though, it can't really be faulted, and the final twist is genuinely hilarious...

3.0
0

If like me you love althings zombie then this is a small budget film but doesnt skimp on the scare factor or the zombies loved it now feed me brains

4.0
0

Best film ive seen in ages. first hour mesmerising. edge of your seat white knuckle action. robert carlyle brilliant. recommended.

5.0
0

But in a good way! As sequels go this one does a pretty good job. It's full of suspense, blood and gore. I personally liked the storyline of this one more than 28 Days Later. I'm always amazed at how they can make it look like a city is abandoned when it's normally a bustling mecca. It doesn't leave you feeling sick when you leave, rather leaves you...

3.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

A full-bore zombie romp that more than delivers the genre goods...

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

A ferociously entertaining thriller with sympathetic characters, stunning set pieces and pulsating excitement...

0
New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

Unlike most big-screen horror films these days, 28 Weeks Later has a half-decent premise, a credible cast, including noteworthy performances by newcomers Muggleton and Poots, and an edgy musical score. Despite this, and successfully making London look deserted, you can't help thinking that it's a case of been there, done that...

3.0
0
Newshub

Newshub

press

For the hardcore, I suspect "28 Weeks Later" isn't really that scary, but for me, I was climbing the walls and crawling behind my seat...

4.0
0
Lumiere Reader

Lumiere Reader

press

There’s nothing overly inherently wrong with the film – on reflection, there are several serious plot holes which are quite glaring and jarring (the worst being it’s never overly clear how Don’s wife survived the original attack) but the pace of the film zips along that you’re carried with it. It does, however, feel like a video game in many places...

3.0
0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Bigger action, more amazing deserted (and devastated) London sequences and biting contemporary relevance, if a touch less heart. It’s a worthy follow-up, with a grimly satisfying coda that doesn’t rule out revisiting the situation 28 months later...

4.0
0
BBC

BBC

press

Feels a tad redundant - it doesn't do anything that the original didn't do better, and it lacks that film's understated lyricism. As a pacy Saturday night shocker, though, it can't really be faulted, and the final twist is genuinely hilarious...

3.0
0

If like me you love althings zombie then this is a small budget film but doesnt skimp on the scare factor or the zombies loved it now feed me brains

4.0
0

Best film ive seen in ages. first hour mesmerising. edge of your seat white knuckle action. robert carlyle brilliant. recommended.

5.0
0

But in a good way! As sequels go this one does a pretty good job. It's full of suspense, blood and gore. I personally liked the storyline of this one more than 28 Days Later. I'm always amazed at how they can make it look like a city is abandoned when it's normally a bustling mecca. It doesn't leave you feeling sick when you leave, rather leaves you...

3.0
0