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Film
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  28 Days Later cinematronic
  director

Danny Boyle

cast

Cillian Murphy, Naomie Harris, Christopher Eccleston, Brendan Gleeson, Megan Burns, Noah Huntley

year

2002

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  Splashing the zombie gore of "Day of the Dead" onto the apocalyptic survivalism of "The Omega Man" and adding a dash of "Resident Evil," director Danny Boyle brings us "28 Days Later" — a well-conceived, tautly-executed meld of sci-fi and horror that eschews big-budget special effects for more insidious scare tactics. Boyle's breakthrough movie was "Trainspotting," an explosive, boisterous romp through the urban hell of heroin addiction. "28 Days Later" is a more literal hell, as most of England is transformed by a blood-borne plague into a wasteland populated by bands of violent flesh-eaters. Jim (Cillian Murphy) misses getting infected, because he's been comatose in a London hospital during the outbreak. He awakens to a city that's desolate except for raging fiends seeking human meat. Encountering a pair of fellow survivors (Naomie Harris, Noah Huntley), Jim learns of the disease. The trio meets an uninfected father (Brendan Gleeson) and daughter (Megan Burns), and they all resolve to find the safe haven promised by an automated radio message. It's no more frightening than your basic "X-Files" episode, but "28 Days" gets the blood pumping. Co-starring Christopher Eccleston.  
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