Corrected entry: When Jim shoots infected Mailer's chain to free him Mailer stands there a bit just staring at him. Wouldn't a infected who's in blind rage try to attack Jim as soon as he notices him and only stop when he realizes he can't get past the wall? He should at least instantly storm the mansion he was trying to get into for days already. I don't think he didn't attack Jim to be grateful for releasing him.
Corrected entry: Haven't the people in the film heard of mobile phones or television? The terrestrial TV stations may have broken down, but satellite stations from abroad would easily have been able to beam in messages at the start of the outbreak denying reports that the outbreak had spread to France and America. And given that Selena and Mark have been moving around central London, they would almost certainly have picked up such a message. Similarly, anyone making a radio broadcast about a possible cure (as the blockade soldiers do) would almost certainly have left a mobile phone number they could be contacted at. As there is enough electricity left over to power Christmas lights, lights in a supermarket, and the lights in a drinks dispenser, there would be enough electricity both to run a TV and to charge a mobile phone.
Corrected entry: When Jim, Hannah and Frank leave the flat they decide to go to a Supermarket, but during wars or naturals disasters the supermarkets are the first to be looted by panicked citizens. This particular supermarket is not only unlocked but untouched as well and in very good condition.
Corrected entry: On top of the tower block, several of the plastic containers are washing baskets with holes in the sides. If it did rain, they wouldn't hold any water anyway. It was a waste of time collecting them and carrying them to the top. Water's important, but in the middle of central London there'd be literally millions of more suitable containers. (00:40:40)jle
Corrected entry: At the beginning of the movie, when Jim is first rescued by Selena and the other guy, a big deal is made about not getting infected blood in his mouth. However, near the end of the movie when Jim rescues Selena in the military compound, his entire face is covered with the blood of the people he had just fought - both infected and not. After a moment of hesitation to decide whether to kill him, Selena kisses his bloody face.
Corrected entry: The group of four get almost entirely through the tunnel before getting a flat. As they change the tire they see and hear dozens of infected running their way from the direction they just came from. Where were all these infected, standing around in broad daylight? The group would have almost certainly passed and noticed a gathering of infected that large in the daylight. (00:45:50)
Corrected entry: When the group of 4 drive into the tunnel on their way to meet the soldiers, they discover it's somewhat clogged with abandoned and wrecked cars. Why is the tunnel the only place where cars were apparently deserted in mass hysteria? The city streets and highways are all empty. (00:41:00)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Jim and the others stop at a supermarket there is a gross error. The sets feature no electricity, in the city and country, other than generator or battery power. At the supermarket outside of London, whereas the music may be at the market or on the soundtrack, the fluorescent lighting is a rather obvious blunder. (00:48:25)
Corrected entry: At the beginning of the film, the lead actor walks across Westminster Bridge after leaving the deserted hospital. Despite the fact that the whole of London has been evacuated, there is a camera shot from behind the actor showing him walking across Westminster bridge, and slightly out of focus to the north east, you can see traffic going up and down Victoria embankment.
Corrected entry: When the group is about to drive through the tunnel, Frank has to ram some cars out of the way. Later, when they stop to set up camp, you see the front of the car with no damage at all.
Corrected entry: At the start of the movie, Jim walks through an empty London. We see Big Ben behind Jim, and Jim's shadow is behind him. The next shot shows Jim has no shadow, and is in complete shade. (00:09:11)
Corrected entry: At the start of the movie, Jim walks through a deserted London. We see Big Ben from one angle showing about 7:45, then in the next shot it's about 7:40.
Corrected entry: Why did none of the survivors have guns excepting the military? I know that Britain is probably less gun happy than the states, but surely someone would have thought to raid a police station for handguns, at least, and a shotgun would've worked quite well.
Corrected entry: At the start of the film as Jim walks around why is there a solitary bus lying on its side in the middle of the road? Why are there no corpses lying around? Why is it that the (virtually) only abandoned car in Central London is parked in the middle of a road junction and left both locked and alarmed?
Corrected entry: All survivors know how infectious the "rage" is yet no one wears safety glasses, face shield, rubber gloves or any other type of protection. The father did have riot gear but for some unknown reason it was quickly discarded. One guy at the beginning had a gas mask but was killed early. Besides being poorly armed they were also poorly armored.
Corrected entry: When Jim is walking around at the beginning of the film, he walks into a church and the priest starts coming at him; he appears to be choking. If Jim isn't aware of the virus yet, and the priest looked like he was in some kind of pain, why would Jim punch him out? Wouldn't he try to help him?
Corrected entry: When the lead character and Selena meet the father and daughter, the father explains to them that they have not had water for some time. They use a bucket for a toilet. The lead has to shave without water. Yet in the very next scene, we see fish swimming in very clear, clean water in an aquarium. With the only available water that comes down in the form of rainfall, and a drought of at least ten days, it seems curious that the fish were given priority over personal grooming.