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Director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo takes over the bloodstained reins from Danny Boyle in this amped-up sequel to 2002's 28 Days Later. A military edge is added this time around, with the US army flying in to secure a small area of London for the few remaining survivors, including a father (Robert Carlyle, pictured) and his two children, to start again. Will they overcome the hordes of the undead?
The creative team may have changed, but 28 Weeks Later is just as horrifying as the original. While paying homage to Boyle's use of frenetic camerawork and delirious editing, Fresnadillo ups the ante on the action by pitting the explosive weaponry of the US army against the insatiable hunger of the bloodthirsty, brain-munching zombies. With strong acting and genuine scares, 28 Weeks Later is a nightmare-inducing gorefest.