28 Days Later

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Hailed as the most frightening film since The Exorcist, acclaimed Director Danny Boyle’s visionary take on zombie horror “isn’t just scaryâ?¦it’s absolutely terrifying” (Access Hollywood). An infirmary patient awakens from a coma to an empty roomâ?¦in a vacant hospitalâ?¦in a deserted city. A powerful virus, which locks victims into a permanent state of murderous rage, has transformed the world around him into a seemingly desolate wasteland. Now a handful of survivor… More >>

28 Days Later

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  1. Where do I get started? How about in the toliet where this cheesy,worthless, crappy movie belongs. The movie is set in post-apocalyptic Britain, which has been rendered desolate by a biological virus that has turned the inhabitants into…..egadddsss….blood puking, red eyed, f***n zombies!!! Actually, they aren’t even zombies. To become a zombie you first have to die, so why the hell are they referred to as zombies? Just a prototypical example of the placidic ignorance that oozes from this piece of s**t, low budget,cellar quality, over-hyped sh** fest of a movie, or how about instead of movie we call it a two-hour insanity inducing torture device? The first half-hour or so features the star (hahhhhahhah) walking around a deserted London. And he walks, and he walks, and he… get the picture? The writer must have thought that he was doing a brillant job to evoke the solitude of the post-apocalyptic atmosphere…ever here of overkill pal? At this point in the film I wanted to walk out (My God how merciful that would have been!)and get the hell away from this cursed sh**fest, but I was accompanied by friends and didn’t want to leave because we did *pay*, yes actual money to see this sh**. So this dumba** guy wonders around, looking stupid (although he didn’t have to look hard) and taking in the freakin scenery. By the way, he had been in a coma for 28 days, hence the name of the sh**fest 28 Days Later. And he walks and walks some more…HE LOVED TO WALK! Finally he comes into contact with SURVIVORS! Wow! Zowsers! But guess what? Even though they are fighting for their lives, outnumbered a zillion to one by these plauge victims (oh sorry, ZOMBIES)they do not get a SINGLE GUN? What the hell? Who in their right freakin mind would not go get a damn gun in this situation? So these two survivors hook up with the star, a great Omega Man rip-off, I still can’t remember his name, nor do I want to! So the zombies chase them (ohhhhhhh) and they run to this dumbass building where they escape and meet more survivors! Yes! They talk about how it never rains and they don’t have water. At this point my mind is friggin numb it would have taken electric shock therapy to resucitate a response from my poor brain. Then the Zombie Possee as I call them, get a message from this radio that says more people are alive! I’ll be damned! For an end of the world scenario there sure are a lot of surviors! They then begin their journey to Eden away from the plague infested city, and almost get caught by the *scary* zombies. On their way to Eden they find a small farm. They sit and talk and look around, damned exciting stuff eh? Oh man this is such a thrilling flick! Look out Exorcist your mantle as scariest movie ever is barely holding on! They then drive off in search of… yes ‘Eden’. They find army soldiers at a military base, the dumb looking Omega Man rip-off is like…”Whoa dude… this is heavy sh**.” If they had gone out on the streets of L.A., found a drunken bum, who could not speak it would have been an infinitely better choice for this film’s star! The budget for this film looked like it was around $100,000; counting the knock-off Omega Man’s salary! After they find the source of the radio transmission the Zombie Possee discovers that these military men want to take the women of the party and party with them! The Omega knock-off pulls some big time heroics and gets the living sh** beat out of him! And to add insult to injury they take his women! The army commander takes Omega out to meet his pet zombie. He says that he keeps him so he can find out how long it takes them to “starve” to death. Another mile-wide in this dumbass flick’s plot. They explain nothing about why they “starve”, what in the hell are they talking about, starving? Holey plot Batman, this movie sucks! So the Omega-knockoff eventually gets free and rescues his lady friends. Omega then gets in a car with them and crashes the compound’s gate…then those famous words appear…
    28 DAYS LATER (Damn!! Can you stand the suspense?!)
    Omega and the girls find them a nice little country cottage and are living happily ever after, when all of a sudden a plane flies overhead! END OF SH## FEST.
    Final Analysis: I mercifully spared you the horrible details of this sh&& fest. Zombies that run around and puke blood, and starve to death. Aren’t zombies flesh-eaters? Don’t zombies actually have to die to be zombies? The WORST paced movie I have ever seen, bar none! So damn slow you think your brain has been placed on slow motion. I was literally aching physically and mentally after this abhorrid sh** fest. And the promos said: “The scariest movie since the Exorcist!”, “Out of your seat zombie attack scenes!” Bullsh**. This movie wouldn’t scare a damn fly. The actors were horrible, the cinematography looked like sh** ( a 10 year old camcorder would exude more quality), the movie was SOOOOOO DAMNED SLOW, oh God. My whole purpose of writing this movie is to save you some pain (watching this sh**), and wasting hard earned money to see this wretched Omega Man knock-off. If you want to see a classic end-of-the-world thriller watch The Omega Man starring Charlton Heston in a damn fine movie!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. 13 year old ‘Scream’ fans rejoice! You can finally watch a zombie film that doesn’t have any gorey scenes and will not insult your intelligence in the slightest! I stumbled into this film cos I though it was the sequel to the awesome Sandra Bullock film ’28 Days’ but was pleasantly surprised to find that it’s actually a horror which does everything right. Don’t be foooled by the fact that it’s foreign, this feel just like any Hollywood movie like ‘2 Fast 2 Furious’ or ‘Bad Boys 2’!

    This film is totally a breath of fresh air to the horror genre just like the US remake of ‘Ringu’. Highly original and doesn’t rip of ‘Dawn of the Dead’ ‘Omega Man’ or ‘Day of the Triffids’ at all. I mean this film doesn’t have zombies that will kill and eat you, it has people infected with the “rage virus” (whoah I could have never came up with that name!) that will kill you for your blood. And those empty street scenes, wow I’ve never seen a movie that uses that cinematic effect before!

    The director is this really cool British guy who made ‘Trainspotting’ you know the more harder edge version of ‘Requiem for a Dream’ and he sure knows how to build suspense without using the old cat-jumps-out-of-closet trick.

    I sure am glad this was made with 13 year olds in mind too, I certainly don’t want to see a zombie film that show zombies biting people on camera, yuck! It good too that it wasn’t made by one of those Itallian directors who might have shown guts on the screen or even hurt a real monkey, like in those sicko 70’s zombie and cannibal movies true horror fans avoid. The whole family can enjoy ’28 Days Later’ and thats the way a horror film should be! Also the suspense is fast like it was filmed by the same cinematographer who make those trippy “Backstreet Boys” MTV video clips, it sure isn’t boring like those over-rated turkeys ‘The Exorcist’ or ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’.

    I just can’t epress my gratitude enough for Danyy Boyle and his fresh original horror film that push the boundries and is the scariest movie since ‘Final Destination’.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Ok, So I read all the press reviews about this being a great horror flick with a new twist on the “zombie” idea. On that premise I went to go see this movie; Boy was it the most boring movie I’ve ever seen. The media used to film the movie (digital) kind of took awhile to get over it on some sequences it “felt” right because it gave a sense that you where their with the character. That my friends is the only innovative thing about this movie. The characters where ok, what disappointed me was their wasn’t a moment that made my heart beat, They ONLY SHOW THE “ZOMBIES” SCENES LIKE THREE TIMES!!! WTH!! And believe me there was nothing special about these zombies. Most of the movie was talking.. no real good dialog either. “JEEPERS CREEPERS”, was a better movie then this junk, and we all know how GREAT “jeepers creepers” was.. “piece of junk!”
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I’ve only given this one star because it looks good but it really was terrible. I too have seen Silence of the Lambs, and was even more scared by Hannibal which i thought was vastly under-rated. Given the money that was obviously poured down the drain to make this I was appauled by its blatant product placement and the worst acting I think I’ve ever seen in a film. Ignore the critics. Go see Red Dragon. Far superior.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. I was deeply saddened and apalled that this director would have adult men attempting to rape and impregnate a child , you should be ashamed of yourself for featuring rape in your movie , I’d like to drop a load on this dvd for having such shocking content
    Rating: 1 / 5

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