Summary: If I was they i will drop the camera and run. The story is about a reporter and her assistant are sent to a Los Angeles fire-station to research their ways. On an emergency 911 call they here a mysterious scream. What they later find out is that her scream was caused by a mysterious disease.
Summary: Quarantine delivers outstanding performances that you can't caught the actors acting. The story is dark, twisted and claustrophobic in many ways. The movie is shocking and scary. Although I didn't have the chance to watch the original yet, but I am going to give it a solid 9.
Summary: ''this was a great film i was quite suprised its amazing whatyou can do with just a camera and thats it lol the infected were scary the acting was great overall i was impressed. ''crafty unpredictible and visionary
Summary: It was a good movie but I could predict everything that was going to happen. There were some logical issues but I'm not going to critique that too much because movies can't be 100% logical. It was pretty scary though. The zombies were scary, cudos to the makeup artists!
Summary: this was worst movie ever remake of spanish version of REC if u want original horror flick that scary Watch the rec movies instead those ones is scary.... only i knew in that flick was Chick who played Judith from two and half men
Summary: Quarantine is a remake of the movie [Rec], a popular Spanish zombie movie series which as of today has just released a third instalment. I've never watched the [Rec] movie so I can't compare this to it, but from what I've read it's exactly the same except for some added scenes.
Summary: Quarantine is mostly a shot-for-shot, slightly glossier American remake of Spannish horror stunner [Rec]. It's a consistently diverting film in its own right, and keeps you interested throughout, but it's nowhere near as terrifying as the original film.
Summary: Is there seriously a market for this kind of "video camera horror" nonsense nowadays? Or have unimaginative copycat directors not figured out that we don't care about the crap they're peddling anymore?