28 Weeks Later

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Director: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
Cast: Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Harold Perrineau, Catherine McCormack
RunTime: 99 mins
Genre: Horror/Thriller
Rating: M18

In this man-eat-man world, it can be really scary when man really eats other men.

Not for the faint-hearted, this sequel to 28 Days Later exhibits violent, blood and gore. In the future land of London, the ‘zombie’ virus spreads like an epidemic. Father tears the face off mummy dearest, and children infected cannot wait to lay their teeth on human flesh.

The audience who craves for adrenalin pumping action and fast MTV sequences would enjoy this intense piece. This movie is quite a world on its own, when a catastrophic disaster piece meets gory violence. It feels like watching a graphic novel come alive. Beware of the shaky camera though, which may cause headaches other than the blood splatters. Avoid the front row.

With strong cinematic techniques, you will not see London in the same light again. Watch out for the breath taking sequences of lonely skyscrapers, empty lanes and the London eye in monochromic despair.

Some may see it as an empty piece, infected with a lot of movement, but lacking in spirit and soul. After all, the whole city and the human race is one the verge of destruction.

28 Weeks Later - Exciting for most, excruciating for others. Watch out for 28 months later.

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