The 20 best British science fiction films – in pictures The film that spawned a trillion Guy Fawkes masks. 2006’s film adaptation of Alan Moore and David Lloyd’s graphic novel, V for Vendetta, portrayed the popular uprising in London against a fascistic Britain.
JUBILEE ...and so to a personal fave! Hardcore Punk clashes head on with the Art House in Derek Jarman's vision of a dystopian post apocalyptic London. Nasty girls like Little Nell, Toyah Wicox and Jordan roam the streets to a Banshees soundtrack. What's not to like? www.burninggirl.biz
28 DAYS LATER (2002) Jim: "What do you mean there's no government? There's always a government, they're in a bunker or a plane somewhere! A devastating psychological virus has been unleashed on the world, turning the population into blood-crazed psychopaths driven only to kill and destroy the uninfected. A bitter struggle to get out of a ravaged London is embarked on by courier Jim (Cillian Murphy) to a military encampment at Manchester...but it could be the worst decision he's made.