28 WEEKS LATER is sequel to the successful 28 Days Later.
The film pick up six months after the Rage virus has spread throughout the city of London. The United States Army has restored order and is repopulating the quarantined city, when a carrier of the Rage virus enters London and unknowingly re-ignites the spread of the deadly infection, wreaking havoc on the entire population. The virus is not yet dead, and this time it's more dangerous than ever!!
**Full Screen Feature / Widescreen Feature
**Commentary by: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and Enrique Lopez Lavigne
**Deleted Scenes with optional commentary by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and Enrique Lopez
*The Canteen (Scene 29)
**Code Red: Making of 28 Weeks Later
**Getting Into the Action
**28 Days Later: The Aftermath: Stage 1 "Development"
**28 Days Later:The Aftermath: Stage 3 "Decimation"
**TRAILERS: 28 Days Later, Hills Have Eyes 2, Lake Placid 2, Perfect Creature, Wrong Turn 2
Cast & Crew
It's an exciting, well-directed thriller that, while providing more than enough action and gore to satisfy genre fans, also offers the political commentary that has characterized zombie movies.
Even though I knew the scares were coming, I jumped out of my seat a few times.
Combines traditional B-movie virtues -- economy, invention, sinewy narrative spine -- with the eerily resonant spectacle of a 21st-century metropolis stripped of its citizenry.
Relentlessly grim and grisly, 28 Weeks Later is not for the faint of heart. But its provocative post-apocalyptic theme makes for a smart and deeply unsettling film.
A fiercely effective broadening and deepening of the first movie's premise.
Succeeds as both terrifying horror, gore-fest and, at times, serious drama.
Thematic resonance makes 28 Weeks Later stick to your nightmares. Hold on for a hell of a ride.