I knew my Danny Boyle trek would lead me here eventually, one that I've avoided for almost the whole run: 28 Days Later. I was quite aware that this is one of the most celebrated zombie movies, but I knew it wouldn't matter, I just don't like horror.
I thought there was a chance I'd like it a bit more than usual because of my fascination with this director, because I have been known to enjoy horror, blood and guts…
Watched this late last night again.
Despite me hating this type of film I really like this. Not sure if it is the film, the cast or Danny Boyle.
Really good to watch late at night on your own when you aren't 100% sure that you have locked the back door.
Do you think he saw us this times.
"A viral infection unleashed into the environment by animal rights' protesters kills most of the population of England; the few survivors have to band together to try to find safety and others unaffected by the disease. Parts of the film were very good, but I found some of the script frustrating - I wanted to scream, "But they wouldn't have done that!" when the cast did something silly that was bound to cause problems..."
Comatose British man walks around saying hello to everything.
Best zombie movie of all time.
I really miss this Danny Boyle.
Refreshing take on the zombie movie genre, sees director Boyle depicts the zombification of England through the spread of a deadly monkey borne rabies-like virus called "Rage" whilst focusing more on survivor psychology than gory headbashing. Murphy wakes up from a coma 28 days after the zero-event to find the world as he knew replaced by a desolate wasteland, where he eventually teams up with a few survivors to try and find a safe haven whilst avoiding the infected, alas…
Rain Sequence: ★★★★★
What I learned:
Zombies and the Infected are not the same thing but I don't think that really matters get the fuck out we're all gonna die omg
no estaba en mi octombie original, pero la voy a meter porque yolo, ya a nadie le importa.
es una gran película. salvo un par de escenas por allí que parecen haber sido editadas muy torpemente (no hay ni derecha ni izquierda y es imposible saber a dónde mira el personaje en conflicto), es impecable. me gusta su voluntad de dejar muy mal parado al ejército; su cámara shaky es muy efectiva; su guion está escrito, también, con mucha inteligencia.…
Hoop-Tober Movie #26
I was tempted to leave this review as one line, a la my Night of the Living Dead review:
Zombies. They're not called Zombies.
But I felt like that would be too blunt. This movie might deserve more than that. There are some certain qualities that have led this movie to be called a zombie movie, considering there is a very...zombie-esque style to how the movie is shot and how the villains work and how the virus…