This is a really good movie, but its not quite as good as 28 weeks later, almost though. Very Bloody and Gorey at some parts and strong language. Also has 2 scenes of Nudity, one that has full male nudity, and the other that has female topless zombie nudity.
This movie will go down as the best horror movie made. It will make you ask yourself if this could happen to our world (it probably can't.) Due to the plot, those who are easily scared should not watch this (I had nightmares for days after.) There is a very brief scene of nudity and lots of bloody violence Great film.
This is so funny because I got this movie yesterday and haven't watched it yet. I went here to know what to expect.
I guess wither or not the kids need to watch it depends on how easy they scare. If they don't like blood, it seems like a no go, but what do you expect from a zombie movie(they're actually not zombies, more like infected people since they're still alive)? I personally like zombie movies and don't mind blood and gore, so it sounds cool to me. Parents beware of language and make sure your kids know not to repeat it because THERE'S GONNA BE A LOT. Of course, that's just another factor people normally put in these sort of movies. Someone bits your arm off, just blow your top off and curse for all the kids instead of simply saying 'ow'. Other than that, I'm looking forward to seeing it!
Disclaimer: I haven't watched it yet, just read the reveiws
Christopher Eccleston did a great job in this film. One thing I really liked about this is that the major story isn't about zombies at all.This film is great and makes you think about the way the world is today.The violence was pretty graphic.The nudity in this felt strange because at first I didn't even notic it because of the context it was in(a man waking up from a coma). I would see this movie if you are 16 or up.
I first watched this movie when I was 12. I enjoyed it personally though it's not the best "zombie" flick I've seen, it's certainly up there. There is no doubt I could have watched this at a younger age had I been interested in "the infected" back then. Any kid looking for a good movie, or a real thriller will love this movie. I say 10 is a decent age, but make sure you know your kid. Some kids can't stand these types of movies until they are past 16 years old.
Unlike its sequel,28 Weeks Later,28 Days Later dosent rely on heavy gore and blood to shock viewers.The movie pulls you into the atmosphere right at the beginning and manages to artistically feel what the characters are feeling,a sense of hopelessness.Very suspenseful and gory,28 Days Later dosent deserve a not for kids but it's not recommended for squeamish,although I can say that I have watched this when I was 6 and have still remained fine to this days.Danny Boyle's films rock!
I first watched this movie aged 13. I'm Bipolar and one of my traits is that I'm not easily disturbed. At all. I sat through the whole movie and didn't even flinch. For a normal child, I would say keep a close eye on your child, watch it with them, and if they get scared, turn it off immediately and watch something a bit brighter as it is quite a grim movie. I would say the most disturbing part is when the soldiers lure the survivors into their fortress to rape them.
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