30 Low-Budget Movies That Made More Than Their Money Back
28 Days Later
Cillian Murphy and zombies? Sign us up! A Londoner wakes up from a coma to find his city deselect after a viscious virus broke out, turning everyone into flesh-eating (and FAST) zombies. Not only is the movie a terrifying horror, but it also gives an insight to the breakdown of modern society, as zombie flicks tend to do. The movie had a budget of $8 million and made over 10 times that at the box office, raking in $82 million. A sequel, 28 Weeks Later, came out five years after in 2007.
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