• Dan Bergstrom

    ★★★★★ Added by Dan Bergstrom

    For my money, this is the last great horror movie. There have been some good ones in the past 20 years, but this is the best. Blair Witch is a close second, but this movie did something I thought couldn't be done: It revolutionized the zombie movie. Blair Witch really didn't have a standard to live up to (and please don't say Cannibal Holocaust. That isn't a standard. That's a calamity).

    This is one of the rare films that actually…

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  • Jordan H.

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Jordan H. 12 Dec, 2014

    Nearly as effective as when I first saw it 10 years ago.

    The same elements strike me as weak: Megan Burns is atrocious, and her flat affect is a draining experience. Every line of dialogue she utters could be struck from the movie, and nothing important would be lost; indeed, the movie would improve dramatically. Her terrible performance is particularly noticeable because the rest of the major players are quite skilled performers. The appearance of the soldiers in the third…

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  • ConnerRWood

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by ConnerRWood 12 Dec, 2014

    One of the best horror films. Danny Boyle throws in his trademarks and visual style, to make it extremely unique and different from other films of its kind. Cillian Murphy is awesome as Jim, by the way.

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  • Asher

    ★★★★½ Watched by Asher 12 Dec, 2014 6

    Danny Boyle's apocalyptic vision kicks ass!

    28 Days Later is a brilliant and highly arresting experience.

    An undeniable must see!

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  • Adam Theeye Pittman

    ★★★ Added by Adam Theeye Pittman

    My review -- this film is now on DVD and yes it does have a sizable profit margin. The plot roughly is as follows the viewer meet's an animal rights small cluster as they go to release some of these animals from a scientific laboratory but on the animals released from captivity, they quickly find out that these animals have been infected with a virus or better known as rage which ones bit turns human beings into rage zombies and…

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  • Joey

    ★★★★ Added by Joey

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

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  • ChasingTheDawn

    ★★½ Added by ChasingTheDawn

    S'aight G.

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  • Jordan Brown

    ★★★★ Watched by Jordan Brown 05 Dec, 2014

    Zombies are much scarier when they move fast.

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  • sschuster

    ★★★★★ Watched by sschuster 28 Jun, 2003

    Loved this. Seeing it on the big screen (and on a film print) was a different experience than seeing it on video, and, I feel, much more enchanting. One of Boyle's best.

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  • Andy Summers

    ★★★ Watched by Andy Summers 05 Dec, 2014 6

    The Zombie genre was going through a bit of a lean time when this new and vibrant twist on the horror concept found an audience back in 2002. Giving us a mix of horror and high-adrenaline action sequences that are truly frenetic and pulse-inducing, this film was more than just a run of the mill gore fest.
    Danny Boyle's zombie-apocalypse starts with some of the finest shots of a deserted London ever put on film. Following an attack on a…

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  • Darren Fx

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Darren Fx 01 Dec, 2014

    "REPENT
    THE END IS
    EXTREMELY
    FUCKING
    NIGH"

    Excellent contemporary zombie film.

    The world needs more darkness like 28 Days Later...

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  • Curtis Bahr

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Curtis Bahr 28 Nov, 2014 1

    I'm fascinated by zombie flicks. I don't know why. Maybe because they're eerie and I I love that.
    Most zombie movies I'll agree are super natural, but this and it's sequel are not. They're grounded in possibility and tangible explanation. A virus that blocks a certain inhibitor and causes rage. I'd buy that happening, if it can happen from smoking bath salts, why not from an engineered virus?
    Anyways, fast rage infected zombies > slow flesh-eating reanimated corpses.

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