A reporter and her cameraman are trapped in downtown Los Angeles where a mysterious, deadly, and highly contagious strain of rabies has broken out, resulting in a quarantine of the building and all its residents.
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Grim, grisly horror film only for mature viewers.
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Fresh: Quarantine, yet another pseudo-documentary horror movie, delivers the heebie-jeebies with solid acting and perfectly calibrated shocks.
- Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times, Monday, October 13, 2008
Okay, it's cliche and predictable.. but this movie really scared the shit out of me. It's so way underrated.
- citawijaya, Monday, January 18, 2010
What people actually didnt notice this Movie was the American answer to Rec. It was awfull and horrible. I couldnt believe a remake made in America copied from Spanish? lol Not even tiny bit good as the orginial one. Go watch Rec, if you are seeking for Blood.
- ScoopOnline, Tuesday, December 8, 2009
A really great horror film, made apparently just months after the Spanish original Rec. What I don't understand is so many people saying this is not as good? It's almost the same film scene for scene, but with a different cast and set in LA. Only changes from the original are a few more attacks and the origin of the virus was changed slightly. The only real problem if you have seen the original first is you know what is coming and when second time round so less scary. Otherwise almost a carbon copy of the original but in English. Watch out for Rec2!
- Deano78, Tuesday, December 1, 2009