Summary: Excellent spanish entry into the 'infected' genre with a slow build up involving a tv crew following around a fire crew, intense middle involving people being bitten in very grusome ways and a genuinly creepy ending. Definitely better than the yank remake.
Summary: Oh dear, last time I read reviews and take it for granted that the film will be good. Complete rubbish. Camera shaking all the way - which became irritating even though it was deliberate. Nothing happened for a good hour just the reporter woman talking non stop. No depth to characters, no story line, acting awful AND the biggest down fall - nothing happens, really I am not joking NOTHING happens Just 2 guys have their face bitten by an old lady who then gets shot!
Summary: This film gripped me straight from the beginning and it doesn't take long for you to realise that things are not going to turn out very well. Much better storyline that other virus/zombie movies. This one is much more believable that it could happen. Yes most films of the genre are predictable - the virus spreads and you know more and more are going to get infected. It had a few jumpy moments which kept you on the edge of your seat and kept the adrenaline running.
Summary: My expectations were extremely high for this film and it didnt disappoint!! I loved the Blair Witch and after sitting through Cloverfield i feared nothing would ever come close but... This film has it all - scares, shocks, uneasy laughter and a cracker of an ending. It starts off slow, building up the usual characters, setting etc then erupts into a claustrophobic hell-fest.