’28 Days Later’ – The Intimacy of Terror

In 2002, 28 Days Later ravaged mass audiences with its amateur, hyper-real, mockumentary style. So it’s only right that, 15 years later, we discuss its merits as a horror film & how Danny Boyle was able to manipulate audience emotion through intimate camera shots & character interactions.

By: Mr. Nerdista

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