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Quarantine 2008

description written by member Zara:

While on assignment, an L.A. news reporter (Jennifer Carpenter) and her cameraman (Steve Harris) find themselves trapped in a quarantined apartment complex along with a vicious unknown killer. With all forms of communications cut, the news crew keeps the cameras rolling as they search for a way out. The building is locked down, a killer is on the loose, and panic sets in as those trapped inside make a desperate attempt to escape with their lives.

Release Date:October 17th, 2008
MPAA Rating:R
Directed By:
No image existsJohn Erick Dowdle
Written By:
No image existsJohn Erick Dowdle
No image existsPaco Plaza
No image existsLuis Berdejo
No image existsJaume Balagueró
No image existsDrew Dowdle
No image existsJennifer Carpenter
No image existsRade Serbedzija
No image existsJohnathon Schaech
No image existsColumbus Short
Jay HernandezJay Hernandez
No image existsMarin Hinkle
No image existsSteve Harris
No image existsGreg Germann
No image existsJoey King
No image existsDenis O'Hare
No image existsBernard White
No image existsAndrew Fiscella
No image existsShawn Driscoll
No image existsBarry Sigismondi
No image existsSharon Ferguson
No image existsStacy Chbosky
No image existsJermaine Jackson
No image existsBenjamin Stockham
No image existsSharon Ferguson
No image existsRonnie Lewis Jr.

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Quarantine Movie Review by Filmkiller (2/12/2011)

F*ck this film.

F*ck. This. Film.

First of all this is a copy-cat reshoot of the Spanish horror film REC. Not a remake, reboot, nor reimagining mind you, but so nearly a shot-for-shot replica as to be completely unnecessary save cultural ignorance, a greed that could be spoofed with the film's signature shot (she's...

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Quarantine Movie Review by Martin (10/29/2010)

I actually loved this movie, but the reason for this is that it's a straight shot-for-shot remake of Spanish film "Rec," and I had no access to that, but could easily get my hands on this version.

The "classic" on which this is based (In which a camera crew trapped in a quarantined building come face to face with crazy...

(complete Quarantine review by Martin)

Quarantine Movie Review by Zara (5/12/2009)

In the realm of shaky-cam, post-BLAIR WITCH cinema, very rarely do I find myself even remotely interested in the movie after about the first 10 minutes, in which you pretty much figure out everything that's going on.

While QUARANTINE keeps true to the shaky-cam concept, it's one of the most level shaky cams that I've...

(complete Quarantine review by Zara)

Quarantine Movie Review by RONNIE (10/12/2008)

Quarantine, this movie is a very vivid display of violence. The people that were quarantined in the apartment building were killing each other by bighting each other. In brief, it all started with a dog that was taken to the vet's office and go's berserk giving the authorities the scope of the problem. The authorities then...

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Quarantine Movie Review by Jarrod (10/12/2008)

'Quarantine' is a remake of a 2007 Spanish horror film called Rec, which I have never seen. I can think of this as a cross between The Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield, in the sense that the whole movie is shown through the perspective of a camera lens, and tends to shake so violently that it is almost impossible to...

(complete Quarantine review by Jarrod)

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