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Eric Brainard 8 months ago
Not quite as satisfying as the original but still an enjoyable horror flick.
Robyn Hamilton over 1 year ago
Not a patch on the first movie and could have gone in a more interesting direction.
Anders Klingsheim over 5 years ago
Running zombies. One of the best horror films. My absolute favorite!
Faux Name over 5 years ago
One of the better zombie movies out there, infinitely rewatchable, a solid classic.
Frederik Værum Olesen over 5 years ago
Not even close to be on level with the first movie... But it is exactly what you expect
eric smith over 5 years ago
if you are looking for a zombie movie, this is the place to go
Barry Barnaby Barrett the third almost 6 years ago
poor follow up to one of the greatest British horror flicks of all time.
Zach Sly almost 6 years ago
As the name implies, this is the popcorn flick version of 28 Days Later. Though still fun.
Jake Wiersema over 6 years ago
One of the best zombie films to date.
Kakra over 6 years ago
Little B Anne 7 years ago
Great sequel. But not that memorable.
Don Lathrop 2 months ago
Lauren Armstrong over 1 year ago
Arahyacinth over 1 year ago
Austin Durbin over 1 year ago
Nathaniel Spencer almost 2 years ago
Justinas Jarukaitis almost 2 years ago
Ian S 2 years ago
Iulia M 2 years ago
28 Weeks Later is a 2007 British film sequel to the 2002 post-apocalyptic horror film 28 Days Later. 28 Weeks Later was directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and released in the United Kingdom and United States on 11 May 2007. The on-location filming took place in London and 3 Mills Studios, although scenes intended to be shot at Wembley Stadium, then undergoing final stages of construction, were filmed instead in Wales, with Cardiff's Millennium Stadium used as a replacement. During the outbreak of the rage virus, Don (Robert Carlyle) and his wife, Alice (Catherine McCormack), are hiding in a barricaded cottage they share with four others, somewhere in a rural periphery of London. They let a terrified boy inside and, moments later, a pack of the infected attack and force their way into the cottage. When Alice refuses to leave without the boy, Don runs outside and, pursued by the infected, desperately sprints towards a stream where a tethered motorboat barely enables him to escape as...
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