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Current Rating: 3.54

Current Rating: 3.54

based on 496 votes and 60 reviews

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  • This movie is really good. it has a pretty good story to it and a lot of little surprizes.really bloody but if it was suposed to be scary then it lacked a bit
  • I thought this one was good. I'd recommend it for people who are into blood and gore and such. But, aside from the violence, I quite enjoyed the story.
  • Better than the first movie.Very fast paced,very bloody,very good music.
  • Super entertaining and super bloody. Great story with some surprizes
  • best horror movie I have ever seen. Not to mention, best Zombie movie of all time. The pace is fast right from the beginning and continues all the way to the last scenes. Gaurenteed to keep your heart beating the whole time. Better than the first! (if that was possible) Really gets into the viewers heads and makes them think about what their choice would be in the many difficult situations presented. Id give it ten stars if possible... absolutely loved it!! It has been the most painful wait for it to finally come to video.
  • The background score by Jonh Murphy is so pleasing.The zombie chase at the start and the song 'In the hosue' goes well.Overall an incredible movie....Hats Off!!!!!!!!!!!
  • If you watch this movie you are going to die of boredom.
  • It's seems that the American army just can't seem to help any one once again. Seems they have the weapons but no brain, just like the zombies in the movie.These must be the same soldiers from Irak.
  • brilliant! got my heart pounding! Better than the first one!

28 Weeks Later

Genre:  Horror, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Thriller
Running Time:  99 min.
Release Date: May 11, 2007
DVD: October 9, 2007

Current rating: Rating: 3.54
based on 496 votes and 60 reviews
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Cast: Robert Carlyle, Rose Byrne, Catherine McCormack, Jeremy Renner, Idris Elba, Harold Perrineau