28 weeks later the follow up to 28 days later.

It has been 28 weeks since the events depicted in the 28 days later movie, hold on to your seat and get ready because the rage virus still lives and nothing is what it seems.

Enter 28 Weeks Later

The US Military has seized control of the greater UK and is working to rebuild and sanitize the rage virus which had virtually wiped out the majority of UK citizens.

While 28 weeks later is not quite as good as the first epic film 28 days later it is still very much so worth the watch, it shows us how even a controlled pandemic can reoccur very quickly if everyone does not follow the rules.

The original cast from 28 days later are no where to be seen we can only assume they either perished or were rescued by the airplane that they seen in the final scene.

28 Weeks Later follows a father who abandons his wife early in the film and is brought in as an essential worker in the re-development project of the united kingdom as a maintenance personnel.

28 weeks later daughter actor on playground in city of rage virus

The man is reunited with his two children who had hopped a flight to the USA to escape the rage virus during the timeline of the first film, but the new utopia is not prepared for children at this time so the plot begins.

You can expect 28 weeks later to show you just what the world would be like after a serious biological disaster has devastated parts of the world.

The film is very enjoyable for fans of the first film and will not leave you disappointed during this time in the world where we are facing a deadly virus with COVID-19.

28 Weeks Later (2007) Horror, Sci-Fi | 100min | May 11, 2007 (United States) 7.0
Director: Juan Carlos FresnadilloWriter: Rowan Joffe, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Enrique López LavigneStars: Jeremy Renner, Rose Byrne, Robert CarlyleSummary: Six challenging months after the horrific events of 28 Days Later... (2002), when the unstoppable Rage Virus decimated the entire city of London, the U.S. Army has restored order and is repopulating the quarantined city. However, after the first wave of returning refugees, an unsuspecting carrier of the highly transmittable pathogen enters the dead city, and unknowingly re-ignites the spread of the deadly infection. Indeed, the virus is not yet dead, and this time, it is more dangerous than ever. Will the nightmare begin again? —Nick Riganas

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Last Updated on May 15, 2020 by Horror Facts

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