Next on the roster we have 28 Weeks Later (2007), sequel to the awesome 28 Days Later (2002). I love zombie movies, although this is a different spin on zombie movies because the infection is from the “rage virus”. So, you won’t necessarily be eaten, but you may beaten to death. 😉

Spoiler alert! Ragers get into a private home that is owned by an elderly couple. The couple allows strangers who are also survivors to stay with them during the rage virus outbreak. A little boy comes to the house banging and pleading to be let in, but some in the group prefer not to open the door. Eventually the boy is let in, but he had ragers who chased him to the house. Well, things escalate, and the survivors are quickly taken down.

Don and his wife, Alice, run upstairs. The little boy is up there as well. Alice is so bent on protecting the boy (since she doesn’t know where her own children are) that she risks her life after her husband pleads with her to come with him. And…well, you’ll see when you watch this clip. I don’t blame Don at all for what he did. And honestly, it tickled me.



7 Comments

  1. Girl!!!!I have anxiety attacks when I watch 28 days and 28 weeks…I've seen them both at least 10 times and I still feel like I should run for my life when I watch. Thats when you know the horror movie is KICKASS.Love, Cas

  2. Charles,I think you'll like this one too. I didn't think I would at first but I love it! 😀 Oh, and 28 Months Later is slated for January 2013. We'll see if that will live up to the other two installments.Kev,Yeah, he really does.Robin,Exactly. I was so shocked in the movie theater. LOL. But, he did tell Alice to come on since the kid wouldn't budge. Plus, the kid was NOT their child. I mean…wow. No need for everyone to die. **shrugs** LOL.Cas,It is definitely indeed an adrenaline rush. I love it! 😀

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