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[REC] (2007)[REC] (2007)

[REC] (2007)

Horror, Mystery

7.0

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Spain
Japanese, Spanish
Intense
2007
Jaume Balagueró, Paco Plaza
Akemi Goto, Ana Isabel Velásquez, Ben Temple
78 min

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A television reporter and cameraman follow emergency workers into a dark apartment building and are quickly locked inside with something terrifying.

Our Take

7.0
Richard Davis

TV reporter documenting a day with a local fire crew, they encounter a deadly virus trapped in a tower block. This film is bloody brilliant! Innovative camera work and a simple idea perfectly executed. When I watched this, I was alone in the dark and ended up constantly jumping around with fright and excitement. A real wake up for other horror filmmakers, Hollywood hasn’t come close to anything like this.

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