A four-part set of futuristic thrillers and action films. Danny Boyle directs '28 Days Later' (2002), a look at what could happen after a viral attack. The virus is so deadly that within seconds the infected person is taken over by a murderous rage, permanently. After 28 days there is only a handful of non-infected survivors, but the virus is not the only thing they have to contend with... In the sequel, '28 Weeks Later' (2007), directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, it's six months later and the US military have managed to restore order in the population. Unfortunately, one of the returning refugees is carrying the virus, and it won't be long before a pandemic spreads. In 'The Transporter' (2002), Frank Martin (Jason Statham) is the best at what he does: transporting dangerous or illegal goods with no questions asked. But his latest shipment, a beautiful young woman kidnapped by international slave traders, brings deadly complications to his delivery plans. In 'Transporter 2' (2005), Frank is now living in Miami, where he is temporarily filling in for a friend as the chauffeur for a government narcotics control policymaker and his family. When the young boy in the family is kidnapped and Frank is implicated in the crime, it's time to hit the road to preserve his professional reputation, outwit the pursuing cops and expose the kidnappers using any and all explosive methods at his disposal.