In a tragic not so distant future, humankind has been assaulted by a strange contagious malady. The beset are looted of all unrestrained choice and transformed into tissue eating 'hungries'. Mankind's just trust is a little gathering of half and half kids who long for human substance however hold the capacity to think and feel. The kids go to class at an armed force base in country Britain, where they're subjected to merciless analyses by Dr. Caroline Caldwell (Glenn Close). Teacher Helen Justineau (Gemma Arterton) becomes especially near an extraordinary young lady named Melanie (Sennia Nanua), consequently framing a unique bond. In any case, when the base is attacked, the trio escape with the help of Sgt. Eddie Parks (Paddy Considine) and set out on an unsafe excursion of survival, amid which Melanie must grapple with her identity.
|nudity||there is a guy looking at dirty magazines. The covers are mostly covered and no nudity seen.|
|violence||The portrayal of infliction of pain and injury is depicted with some detail of blood and gore, but is not prolonged or frequent. The film contains fairly frequent scenes of violence involving zombie-like creatures who have fallen prey to the "Rage" virus. These include scenes where soldiers are seen shooting at the infected, several of which are shot in the head, with bloodletting visible. In addition, there are scenes of the zombies attacking and biting the humans. Some of the stronger scenes include one of a zombie grabbing at and biting a nurse before another woman hits it in the head and stabs it repeatedly; a scene where a girl attacks and bites several soldiers; a scene where a zombie bites her own severed arm; etc. While most of the shooting scenes are brief and the flesh-eating scenes are implied, they occur fairly frequently and are accompanied by bloodletting. As such, they would be more appropriate for an older teen audience.|
|profanity||two utterances of religious profanity - "my f**king Christ" and "Jesus f**king Christ" The film also contains some use of the expletive "f**k"]|
|frightening||The People whoa re Raging may be scary to some viewers. The Rage virus causes the infected to become uncontrollably insane. They run at hight speeds and have blood covered on them. Similar to the infected in the films, two predecessors. A scene where a military soldier spits on his arm to make a group of child hungrys Rage out may disturb some viewers. The tamest of the series when it comes to blood and gore. But not as violent as its predecessor "28 Days Later".|