28 Weeks Later  



When days turn to weeks... the horror returns.

28 Weeks Later (2007)

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In this chilling sequel to 28 Days Later, the inhabitants of the British Isles appear to have lost their battle against the onslaught of disease, as the deadly rage virus has killed every citizen there. Six months later, a group of Americans dare to set foot on the isles, convinced the danger has come and gone. But it soon becomes all too clear that the scourge continues to live, waiting to pounce on its next victims.

Director: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
Writers: Rowan Joffe, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Jesús Olmo, Enrique López Lavigne.

Release Date: 2007-04-26
Status: Released
Run time: 100 min / 1:40
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $64,238,440
Production Companies : DNA Films, Figment Films, Sociedad General de Cine S.A., UK Film Council, Fox Atomic, Koan Films
Production Countries: Spain, United Kingdom
Release Date: 2007-04-26
Status: Released
Run time: 100 min / 1:40
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $64,238,440

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Casts

Imogen Poots
as Tammy Harris
Robert Carlyle
as Don
Rose Byrne
as Scarlet
Jeremy Renner
as Sergeant Doyle
Harold Perrineau
as Flynn
Catherine McCormack
as Alice
Idris Elba
as General Stone
Mackintosh Muggleton
as Andy
Amanda Walker
as Sally
Shahid Ahmed
as Jacob
Garfield Morgan
as Geoff
Emily Beecham
as Karen
Beans El-Balawi
as Boy in Cottage
Meghan Popiel
as DLR Soldier
Stewart Alexander
as Military Officer
Philip Bulcock
as Senior Medical Officer
Chris Ryman
as Rooftop Sniper
Tristan Tait
as Soldier
William Meredith
as Medical Officer
Thomas Garvey
as Bunker Major
Tom Bodell
as Medical Centre Lobby Soldier
Andrew Byron
as Carpark Soldier
Sarah Finigan
as Carpark Civilian
Roderic Culver
as Carpark Civilian
Maeve Malley-Ryan
as Carpark Civilian
Ed Coleman
as Carpark Civilian
Karen Meagher
as Carpark Civilian
Amanda Lawrence
as Carpark Civilian
Drew Rhys-Williams
as Carpark Civilian
Raymond Waring
as Sam
Kish Sharma
as Depot Man
Jane Thorne
as Depot Woman
Dean Alexandrou
as Infected Person (uncredited)
Didier Dell Benjamin
as Civilian (uncredited)
Gareth Clarke
as Infected Person (uncredited)
James Fiddy
as Victim (uncredited)
Tommy Gunn
as Marine (uncredited)
Daniel Jefferson
as Civilian (uncredited)
Debbie Kurup
as Infected Person (uncredited)
Selina Lo
as Infected Person (uncredited)
João Costa Menezes
as Infected Person (uncredited)
Jane Osborn
as Infected Person (uncredited)
Jude Poyer
as Infected Person (uncredited)
Joseph Ripley
as Infected person (uncredited)
Simon Delaney
as Carpark Civilian
Stuart Adams
as Don
Daniel Baggs
as Jeremy Renner - Double (uncredited)
Katie Borland
as Infected (uncredited)
Jason Curle
as Infected Person (uncredited)
Laine Edwards
as Civilian (uncredited)
Pip Henderson
as Infected (uncredited)
Matt Reeves
as Bunker Soldier

Crew

Directing Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Director
Camera Enrique Chediak Director of Photography
Sound John Murphy Music
Production Danny Boyle Executive Producer
Production Alex Garland Executive Producer
Editing Chris Gill Editor
Art Mark Tildesley Production Design
Production Bernard Bellew Producer
Production Allon Reich Producer
Production Andrew Macdonald Producer
Production Enrique López Lavigne Producer
Writing Rowan Joffe Screenplay
Writing Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Screenplay
Writing Jesús Olmo Screenplay
Art Patrick Rolfe Art Direction
Art Denis Schnegg Art Direction
Art Michelle Day Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Jane Petrie Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Luan Placks Costume Supervisor
Production Shaheen Baig Casting
Writing Enrique López Lavigne Screenplay
Crew Nick Thomas Property Master
Art Katrina Mackay Assistant Art Director
Sound Nicolas Becker Foley
Editing Fabio D'Amico Dialogue Editor
Editing Lee Herrick Dialogue Editor
Sound Glenn Freemantle Sound Designer
Sound Glenn Freemantle Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Andrew Caller Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Brendan Nicholson Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Ian Tapp Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Visual Effects Earle Stuart Callender Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Will Cohen Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects John Dietz Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Paddy Eason Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Tim Field Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Matt Fox Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Morgane Furio Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew Emanuele Giraldo Visual Effects Editor
Visual Effects Carl Grinter Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Edwina Hayes Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Sarah Hemsley Visual Effects Producer
Crew Simon Herden Visual Effects Editor
Visual Effects Sean Mathiesen Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew Alex Meddick Visual Effects Editor
Crew Collette Nunes Visual Effects Editor
Visual Effects Sheila Wickens Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Bruce Woloshyn Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects James Whitlam Visual Effects Producer
Camera Susie Allnutt Still Photographer
Camera Tony Jackson Camera Operator
Camera Julian Morson Steadicam Operator
Camera Julian Morson Camera Operator
Lighting Alex Scott Gaffer
Sound Andrew Wilkinson Music Editor
Crew Paula Jack Dialect Coach
Production Amy McCombe Location Manager
Production Josh Yudkin Location Manager
Directing Marinella Setti Script Supervisor
Art Gareth Cousins Assistant Art Director
Crew Julian Spencer Stunt Coordinator

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  • 28 Weeks Later is a mixture of positives and negatives, but when all the running comes to an end, it is a watchable sequel. JY Skacto Super Reviewer

  • 28 Weeks Later has to be the most disappointing sequel I've ever seen. This review will contain spoilers, however, it's nothing that the filmmakers themselves haven't spoiled to start with. Let's start with the most fundamental element of film-making: camera work. 28 Weeks Later is one of those ...

  • Summary: 28 Weeks Later, the follow up to 28 Days Later, picks up six months after the rage virus has annihilated the Mainland Britain. The U.S. Army declares that the war against infection has been won, and that the reconstruction of the country can begin.

  • 28 Weeks Later is one of the most realistic zombie movies I've ever seen. It's not silly and it's not cheesy: it's realistic and tough. Crap happens to people, just like in life. As far as the series goes, while I would consider 28 Days Later to have more of a "classic" feel, 28 Weeks Later has a very realistic and modern feel.

  • With its gasp-inducingly preface, 28 Weeks Later, the sequel to 2002’s superb innovation 28 Days Later, will frighten the bejesus out of you—making the rest of the film and the hinted-at political statement therein all the better.

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  • 28 Days Later was a traditional British science-fiction/horror movie with added smarts and innovative style. This sequel extends the story in intelligent, suspenseful ways.

  • 28 Weeks Later is one of the most realistic zombie movies I've ever seen. It's not silly and it's not cheesy: it's realistic and tough. Crap happens to people, just like in life. As far as the series goes, while I would consider 28 Days Later to have more of a "classic" feel, 28 Weeks Later has a very realistic and modern feel.

  • Matthew Pejkovic Matt's Movie Reviews July 7, 2010 28 Weeks Later contains many elements from the first film while also packing a much stronger emotional punch and ferocious intensity.