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Spain · 2009
Rated R · 1h 25m
Director Jaume Balagueró, Paco Plaza
Starring Jonathan D. Mellor, Óscar Zafra, Ariel Casas, Alejandro Casaseca
Genre Horror, Thriller

This found footage horror sequel starts immediately after the end of the first movie, with a group of soldiers traveling into an apartment building taken over by a mysterious, horrifying infection. They are accompanying Dr. Owen, a scientist investigating the outbreak, but soon find themselves fighting for their lives.

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Village Voice by

Predictably, [REC] 2 is higher-budgeted than its barebones predecessor, which only means that the spectacular degradation of video in scenes where the zombies get in close and start chomping will test the limits of any HDTV. If only [REC] 2's rabid baddies knew how to push [STOP].


Chicago Reader by J.R. Jones

As it turns out, what's going on is yet another cinematic rip-off, this time of “The Exorcist.” Apparently rec stands not for record but for recycle


The New York Times by Jeannette Catsoulis

Enjoy it; according to the spectacularly nauseating final moments, a cure for this virus seems unlikely, but “[REC] 3” (a k a “[REC] Apocalypse”) is a virtual certainty.


Time Out by Joshua Rothkopf

Now, with this underwhelming sequel, Spain proves it can stand toe to toe with any nation in the manufacture of unnecessary follow-ups.


Movieline by Michelle Orange

Relies almost entirely on its tunnel-vision, single-player style for its scares. It’s a strategy that stalls out halfway through, which means it works for twice as long as it should.


The A.V. Club by Scott Tobias

What Balagueró and Plaza lose in novelty, they partially gain back by sheer relentlessness: The film is a slab of raw meat for horror addicts, impeccably crafted mayhem that clocks in at under 90 minutes. Just don’t give it too much thought.

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