Best Zombie/infected film5By TheRob88Danny Boyle did a fantastic job with this , considering the budget he was given to make this film, it’s a miracle it turned out this great. I my opining this the the best zombie/infected film ever made. The story is good, the actors are great, and the creepy feeling and suspense throughout the entire film is what i wanted. I definitely recommend this film, 10/10.
Top Tier Horror5By OmnithomasReinvented the zombie genre and put every other horror movie to shame (except maybe Jacob’s Ladder). Alex Garland in his infancy as a writer but no less powerful. Soundtrack is awesome! Cinematography striking! The story is raw and visceral. This is down to earth cinema that doesn’t hold your hand.
28 Days Later I killed myself for watching this stupid movie.5By FrasierDOMA3What is the point of all these ridiculous horror movies if they’ll all end in a stupid climatic cliche cliffhanger? I mean seriously. Someone agree with me.
Still the best by far5By AltavelocidadNo other captures the gritiness of this game changer
Good movie, appears to be shot in the U.K. Style4By Ace wins!Love the action and story, great virus induced zombie movie! My only complaint and it's a big one, iTunes claims the format is in HD, however the resolution appears to be very poor and even pixelated at some scenes.
Awesome!5By DRKbadgerMust own in a movie collection. You will not be upset with your purchase.
Instant horror classic5By Pookiebear136This is required viewing if your a fan of the horror genre. Grotesquely gory and relentless throughout its runtime. This movie single handily revived the zombie horror genre and is not to be missed.
TERRIFIC5By ALLTHE KINGS MENTHIS IS BEAUTIFUL FILMMAKING BY DANNY BOYLE. AND NOW I KNOW WHY IT HAS BEEN CALLED ONE THE SCARIEST MOVIES SCENS THE EXORCIST.
Great movie5By DatsikAdamWorth watching if you love a good zombie movie with a nice story
Very Disappointed2By hAMImonoI'm a HUGE horror fan and teach cinema classes at a university. Have heard for years about 28 Days Later Being the film that introduced the concept of speedy "zombies". Wow! What a disappointment. The film was so dull . . . nothing happened and the relationships were so uninteresting . . . and even the "fast-running" "rage-filled" virus-infected seemed easy to outrun . . . I watch movies all the time---foreign, silent, art-films, indie films---but this was one of maybe two or three films in my whole life that I just stopped 3/4 through and called it quits . . . :(