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Rapid Reviews – 28 Weeks Later

May 16, 2009

An absolutely brilliant and terrifying first 20 minutes is torn asunder by a meandering and nonsensical script (how the hell does the main “villain” keep showing up where our “heroes” are? I’m guessing zombie teleportation) and a director more concerned with creating cool shots (which aren’t even that cool) than a sense of geography or coherency. 28 Days Later had its flaws, but all in all was a damn fine horror film that took the (often underused in horror) path of making the main characters more interesting than the monsters. In 28 Weeks Later, I don’t give a sh*t about either.

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