An alternate view on zombie-movies
28 Days Later is not your typical zombie-movie. This is so, because of
3 main reasons: It's not pointless - it actually has a good plot and a
fabulous twist in the end; it's not built upon gore - it's very
humanitarian; and, it's not a horror-movie - it's a movie with zombies
Besides good acting and a well-written script, 28 Days Later has an
ability not many recent movies (at least not many recent zombie-movies)
have - it really gets you involved. As crazy as it sounds, people can
relate to this one!
All this adds up to a well earned 8/10. It is one of the best Horror
movies I've seen and to be frank, one of my favorites in general.
Recommend to catch this one even if you're not into the genre..
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after this movie you must watch 28 weeks later because its even better!!! must watch 2nd one.
i like this movie.
If you are a horror fan. this is an absolute must see!!.
28 days too long
The promo commercials for this movie led me to believe this was a new
twist on the zombie film, but in reality it's just a poorly scripted
Okay, a mysterious disease that causes you to turn into a berserk
killer with weird red eyes in less than a minute is let loose on the
London population. You get infected through a bite or absorption
through breaks in your skin of blood/fluid from the berserkers...so the
quick fall of London can be accepted. Thing is, the berserkers are not
zombies because I did not see them consume the flesh of their victims.
And they're not invulnerable...a well place baseball bat, hatchet, or
bullet can do them in. So it confused me that after the first 2 weeks
of mayhem, the British military or UN would have caught on, quarantined
London, and then send in troops in bio-hazard suits complete with
tanks, flamethrowers, etc. to mop up the berserkers. In other words, a
tighter time-line, a tighter script.
Now mind you, having a red eyed, banshee screaming nut job coming at
you full tilt is a refreshing change from the usual shuffling zombie
gig, and the grisly reality of what to do with a bitten companion
before they turn berserker gets you on the edge of your seat...but this
film just lacked the claustrophobic atmosphere of any decent "zombie"
flick ..... the interpersonal reactions between various characters just
didn't hold my interest, and the obvious "villainous turn" by some of
the survivors was too obvious to surprise me.
Bottom line: hype sold this film, but hype won't keep your interest in