I figured since it's Halloween and friday night, some folks might be looking for a scary movie to watch. This one just came out a week or 2 ago, and I just finished it. I can honestly say this is one of the scariest movies I've ever seen. It appears to be a zombie movie, but it's a lot deeper than that. It begins in a Cambridge lab, where a group of activists break in to release monkeys that the lab has been testing on. A scientists informs them that the monkeys are infected with a virus known as "rage". This causes the victims to projectile vomit blood and attack humans in a mindless panic. The activists release the monkeys, get attacked and the scene cuts to black. The next thing we see takes place 28 days later, as we follow a bicycle delivery boy who has been in a coma for thirty days. He wanders around London, eventually realizing that he's all alone (many of these shots are really amazing). Eventually he realizes that the country is overrun with those infected by the virus. Eventually he meets some other survivors, and they struggle to figure out what to do. The movie was shot on digital video which can be good and bad. It's good, because it gives the movie a very realistic documentary-type feel. It's bad because, obviously, it's not as clear as film and at times many of the images can be a little indecipherable. Still, this movie has its fair share of jump-scares, but also an impending sense of dread that never lets up in the entire movie. If I had one complaint, it's that the ending seems a little too upbeat considering what has gone on through the rest of the film. However, if it had been a depressing ending, nobody probably would've liked the movie at all. If you want a movie that's going to keep you interested and thoroughly creeped out the entire time, I'd recommend this. I give it three and a half stars.