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Weekend DVD 2: 28 Days Later (2002)

The Days Are Numbered

Day 1: Exposure...
Day 3: Infection...
Day 8: Epidemic...
Day 15: Evacuation...
Day 20: Devastation...


28 Days Later (2002) is a semi-doomsday horror movie shot in London about a contagious virus infection that turns the population into blood-crazed psychopaths.

Synopsis: A strain of contagious virus was accidentally released from a top secret laboratory in UK. 28 days later, the infection has gone wild. Those infected are locked in permanent state of blood-crazed rage and madness.

Jim (Cillian Murphy, Inception) wakes up from a coma on the 28th day, alone in an abandoned and empty hospital. He's confused to find London deserted and without a living soul. After he stumbles upon a rundown building inhabited by zombie-like beings, he runs for his life. Soon, he joins a few other fellow survivors. As they struggle to get to a military encampment that's supposed to provide a safer hideout, to their unimaginable horror, troubles have just begun.

This typical semi-doomsday movie reminds me of its sequel: 28 Weeks Later (2007) and another similar movie, The Crazies (2010). Overall, if you've watched more recent movies of the same genre, "28 Days Later" is not spectacularly fantastic. However, eight years ago, this movie was considered a huge success.

A mini review from Bloody Disgusting: "Zombie movie? Political allegory? Humanist drama? 28 Days Later is all of those things and more – a genuine work of art by a director at the top of his game. What's so amazing about the film is the way it so expertly balances scenes of white-knuckled, hell-for-leather horror with moments of intimate beauty."

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