28 Days Later... (2002)
the circling car is featured in both films
infected children and the scene in the shopping mall
a chained infected being kept for study purposes
Featurette about the making of the film
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
TV mentions Rage virus
Ashley Anders starred in a porn film called '28 Lays Later'.
The "popular" villains of the game are "infected" humans who all run off on the instinct to kill someone that is not infected.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Doug mentions this movie
When Cahill attacks Sydney in the Amsterdam flat, he bites her and then vomits blood on her. This is an homage to the British film 28 Days Later; persons infected with rage transferred their disease (rage) by vomiting blood on their victims.
Bootleg DVD seen
incorrect response in "Sandra Bullock Movies" category
early subtitle: "29 Days Later"
Movie opens up with "28 hours later."
Euros Lyn mentions the film.
Pam and Jim discuss how she confused 28 Days and 28 Days Later...
A mission in the game makes fun of the title
Abby, McGee, and Tony are having a discussion about whether zombies should be fast or slow. Several movies are mentioned during the conversation. Among them 28 Days Later.
mentioned by name
Rage Virus turns people into zombie-like creatures
Locations during the documentary
James mentions the film made zombies in movies scary all over again.
DVD case is shown.
Leila guesses it during her game.
Mentioned by a character trying to guess a movie title in a game of Charades.
Mentioned by Sean
mentioned by John Cusack as one of his favorite horror movies
Poster can be seen outside the video store
In one scene, a wall is covered with graffiti reading "REPENT/THE END IS/EXTREMELY/#######/NIGH," copying (and censoring) the graffiti seen in "28 Days Later." (Beside the graffiti is more writing, evidently by the people who scribbled over the word "fucking.")
Title/plot reference; zombies look.
A version of John Murphy's 28 Days Later... (2002) theme plays while D'Amico watches the video of Big Daddy's attack on the lumber warehouse.
Mission achievement titled "28 minutes later" references Danny Boyle 's 28 Days Later .
The film is mentioned.
The debate over whether or not the undead are actually zombies refers to 28 Days Later and how the creatures are actually "infected."
The main character wakes up from a coma to discover the world has been overrun by zombies.
The shooting style in the roadside segment is referential of the freehand style used in 28 Days Later.
Mentioned on this DVD.
Shown on list.
Film mentioned during intro for Danny Boyle
Howard mentions the movie by name.
A boy quotes that there are no street army or helicopters, like in "28 Days Later".
Mentioned in a line of dialogue
there is an achivment called "How many days exactly?" you must not play it for 28 days after stop playing it
"What is this, 28 Days Later?"
Title of this film appears on screen.
"It shouldn't look like 28 Days Later because... it's not 28 Days Later."
Keeper Ellis notes that the amount of time between a zombie's capture and the start of his training is 28 days later...
"Just like 28 Days Later."
28 Days Later is mentioned in dialogue.
mentioned among zombie flicks
DVD is shown.
mentioned among the abundance of zombie movies over the last decade
Listed among the zombie movies made in recent years.
The scene where Oscar finds the bodies in the warehouse and two of them wake up as vampires is lifted from 28 Days Later
Seen on fan fiction title
mentioned by Leo
Mentioned by Danny Leigh when reviewing Ex Machina (2015)
featurette about the making of the film
Clips are shown.
Clips shown and discussed.
Interviews about film and locations revisited
Clips are shown
A scene during the documentary
Footage shown when Alonso discusses George A. Romero's recent films
When there is confusion about what 'Rage' is, one of the points that come up in the virus from '28 Days Later' - along with clips from the movie
Clip featuring opening scenes
title and zombie plot
The second segment is primarily a spoof of "28 Days Later . . ."
They claim that the urine causes high amounts of aggression like the disease Rage, also when they urinated on the monkeys it refered to the infected chimps from the opening scene of the film.
After waking up from a nap in his car, Jeff finds the campus nearly vacant and covered in paint from the paintball war, which spoofs the scene in which Jim wakes up in the hospital in "28 Days Later..."
While Pierce is turning into a zombie he grunts, "Leave me alone! Get away from me," like Frank does.