Maybe Reihan is right. Maybe a sequel to 28 Days Later is one of the best movies around. There is a long and respected tradition of endless numbers of horror sequels, so I suppose it’s only fair that the 28 crowd gets its own franchise. As post-apocalyptic horror goes, 28 Days Later is pretty hard to beat. I don’t see how you can even attempt a sequel of something as grim and unnerving as that one (except, naturally, that you, the studio executive, want to make a lot more money). Of course, it could be worse–they could start making prequels.