It was pretty epic, one of those "fun for the whole family movies". I feel like those kinds of shows and movies need to stand on the writing and filmography more than say, a shock value movie, such as the namesake of this site.
Thats not to say that shocking movies can't have good writing, but it doesn't necessarily need to be the basis.
Like, 28 days and 28 weeks later. 28 days later had a really small budget, and needed solid writing and creative imagery to make it an enjoyable movie, and 28 weeks just had a huge effects budget and could just pour on as much zombie killing into 90 minutes as they could muster.
Both shocking movies, one was good, and one was flashing colours.