Days Later" came out in 2002,
the mental picture of zombies was universally that of
a slow, shuffling, rotting corpse with an unquenchable
hunger for "braaaaaaiiins." But the writer-director
team of Alex Garland and Danny Boyle changed all that.
These new rage-infected zombies terrorizing a quarantined
England's few survivors are real speed demons:
charging down tunnels, smashing through glass, leaping
at you out of the dark. Once scary only en masse,
just a single specimen of this new breed of zombie is
deadly. Twenty-eight days later, you'll still be
nervous walking down an empty street after dark.