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Plot: A television reporter and her cameraman are assigned to spend the night shift with a Los Angeles fire crew. After a routine 911 call takes them to a small apartment building, they find police officers already on the scene in response to blood curdling screams coming from one of the apartments. They… Runtime: 89 min Release Date: 10 Oct 2008
Excellent Movie! If you don't think so, you are wrong (by ejannsen)
For all of you out there that think this movie is bad, or disappointing, or are offended that it was based on another movie: YOU ARE IDIOTS! This is not an opinion, it is a fact. Please jump off a cliff, and spare the rest of us from your useless selves. This is a great movie. It's 28 Days Later meets Blair Witch Project, and it draws you in like a black hole, calm and sunny at the outer edge, becoming faster and darker as you are sucked into the depths of mayhem. It follows a perfect parabolic path into chaos. Highly recommended for anyone that is looking for a straight-up scare-fest. <more>
Like "The Ring" it is SUPERIOR to the original movie it was based upon.
First of all I'd like to say I wasn't expecting much from this movie i was interested with the first person camera work. Since I haven't seen much of anything like this since Blair. However BWP will forever remain the best first person horror movie of all time. I love how the begging of Quarantine threw me off with its relaxed friendly characters, Then it quickly became an edge of your seat horror ride, You never feel safe! I have never been happier walking out of a theater. Quarantine is beyond any movie you will see this Halloween season.....You will be holding your breath at <more>
times, remember to breath! Don't miss out on a truly unique look at fear itself. I do not recommend this movie to anyone under 17 its rated R for a reason people.
REC vs. Quarantine - My take on the matter: (by captzero)
Here's my one word review: DisappointedThe remake was better and I'll tell you why. For one, the Spanish version had little or no character development. I didn't feel for the Spanish cast. In fact, I generally disliked the Spanish female reporter. She came across as a b*tch with all of her "cut filming if the interviewee sucks" attitude towards journalism. She said it several times. Other than that she was obviously completely terrified that is about the extent of development of her character. In the English version her character was 100 times more interesting. She was <more>
excited about the job. She was funny. Was living her dream of being a fire fighter by documenting the job. There was sexual tension between her and the fire fighters. She was a fun interviewer. If I had to choose between an English or Spanish version of "While you're Asleep", there wouldn't even be a decision to make. The Spanish chick was boring and the show wouldn't have made it through half a season.The fire fighters in the Spanish version also did not have any character. They didn't even have a heroic presence like the men in the remake. They had no sense of humor. Gods, I don't know how to even put this other than: They had no character and I felt nothing for them. Their deaths were as meaningless as the deaths of all the other players who only had a few seconds of screen time.That's probably enough about the character... or lack thereof.Now, about the horror.The English version was many times more brutal. The action was more intense. The special effects were more impressive. Take for example the camera man beating the woman to death with his camera and we get to see the whole thing through the camera's eye. Or of the rabid woman who gets tossed over the balcony and falls three floors twisting and spinning till she splats on the linoleum. There wasn't a single moment of horror in the Spanish film that impressed me. There was nothing that I hadn't seen before 100 times in any other cheesy flesh-eating-zombie-flick.In the remake, the sickness seemed more realistic, and gradual, with the foaming mouths and that general "on the brink of death look". The sick little girl, in the Spanish film, almost vampire-like, transformed instantly and bit her mother. Supposedly "dead" people became alive again, giving the Spanish film more of a zombie horror feel instead of a movie about a biological hazard. What's up with that?At any rate... by my standards, Quarantine was far better a film than REC. I'm glad they decided to do a remake for the English crowd. I would have watched the Spanish version and passed it off as nothing special, just like 99% of all the other sh*tty horror out there. Quarantine, however beat the odds and made it to that coveted 1% that I hold so dear in my heart.
A great horror movie with many jumps (by robertallenandersonjr)
Quarantine was a very suspenseful horror movie. It keeps getting creepier and creepier as the movie goes along. IN maybe one or two scenes I had my hands covering part of my eyes. I don't really jump in horror movies a lot but this movie made me jump a whole lot. This had to be the quickest and scariest horror movie I have seen yet this year. I did like how they made the movie though. It was all shot by one camera man the whole movie. It made the movie more realistic and scarier. The acting was little bit sluggish in some scenes. Jay Hernandez did a good job but the lead actress Jennifer <more>
Carpenter didn't do a great job but not horrible. I think that the ending is not what people are going to want. The movie was very intense the whole time. It didn't really have any slow moments once the action started. If you liker movies with the shaky camera then go see this movie. If you don't like the shaky cameras then go see this any way because it isn't that bad at all. The camera stayed pretty steady for the most part. Overall this was a very great fun horror movie that will make you scream and jump a whole lot.
To all the people with negative comments, what where you expecting? Quarantine is an excellent movie, stressful with many jump scene. For the better part of the action, you only see through the shaky camera lens and worst at the end only night vision . The shaky cam did annoy me at some point because I felt sick! But it adds to the realism of the movie.Jennifer Carpenter is quite good, liked her in the Exorcist of Emily Rose, enjoy her as the sister of Dexter. She plays her part as the strong girl caught in a very bad situation.Worth much more than the actual 5.7/10 rating of IMDb....
I hate zombie movies. (by ladycleosombra)
But I loved this one. I was watching it on my computer and I kept IMing a friend, telling him to hold me. Normally, I don't scare very easily. There are a few "boo" effects where something pops up/jumps out suddenly , but they weren't the only things that made this scary.The suspense was amazing - so amazing, at times, I couldn't take it. Near the end of the movie about fifteen minutes to the end , I had to actually pause it and turn the lights on. The rest of the time, I had my face inches from the screen, mouth agape.I would recommend watching this if you really want <more>
something that'll scare you - or at least entertain you for an hour and a half. Don't pay any attention to the people who give bad reviews of this - they either hate it because it's a remake or scream "unoriginal!!!" because it's z zombie movie where people are trapped in a building.I only have two real cons on the movie, neither of which should turn you away from it. First off, a lot of the movie was in the dark, making it hard to see at times. When done currently, it adds suspense. When done poorly, it just makes viewers have a hard time seeing what's going on. Secondly, Angela, the main character, got really annoying as the movie wore on. She "lost her marbles," whimpering and shaking and crying. Constantly. The acting was believable, but it was seriously overplayed. It sometimes sounded like she was having sex from the way she was going "Oh, ah. Oh, oh, oh God." All in all, it was a good movie. Something I'd watch again? Maybe in a few months. Not anytime soon, though. For now, I'm going to sleep with the lights on. All of them. Including my flashlights.
May be my vote is so high, because I haven't seen the original, however it makes my judgment more objective, because I didn't have to compare anything except other horror movies, which use cheap camera from first person, which seems like is a new trend of all horror movies. And this is the only thing I don't like - may be the movie would not be so capturing if it would be taken in classic style, in other words, in my opinion such technique does not make so much effort from the director to make the scenes scary. On the other hand, due to lack of frame cutting there is very high <more>
pressure on actors. Whatever some here comment that they did not like the play of leading actress, I think she was very good, surprisingly good for quite unknown actress. Perhaps many thought that those hysteria scenes were exaggerated, but I'm sure that people in similar situations act exactly so disconnectedly. It seems that Jay Hernandez is slowly gaining his future popularity and I have nothing against it, he has quite good potential.
Kept me at the edge of my seat.... (by erinraiano)
Don't let the beginning of the movie stop you from watching the whole thing. Granted the lead actress is obnoxious but I knew this coming into the movie because I love Dexter, but hate that girl in it When the movie started I was worried it was going to be cheesy throughout its entirety, about 20 min. into the movie I found out I was wrong. The whole concept of the movie was what kept me so interested. I wanted to find out why everything was happening and I loved the fact that you actually do get all your questions answered by the end of this movie. unlike the strangers Trust me, <more>
sometimes I like when movies force you to stay up all night replaying the scenes in your head trying to figure out "why?". But with Quarantine, you still think about the movie after it ends, just in a different way. I love scary movies and jump at every chance to see a possible real horror flick. I'd have to say that Quarantine was one of those good horror flicks. Just don't only listen to the people who are saying Quarantine isn't as good as its' original, because it doesn't have to be.
Perhaps the first "first person" shot film that is shot believably! I saw Quarantine this afternoon and thought is was simply... awesome! See it on the big screen. It's worth the $$$ for the fun.Angela Jennifer Carpenter and Scott Steve Harris are a second string news crew assigned to cover a "typical" night shift of their local fire department. The excitement of a late night call to assist two police officers with a disturbance in an old apartment building turns ugly when an old woman tenant takes a hefty bite out of an officer's neck. What begins as an <more>
uneventful evening slowly erupts into an explosive fearfest that kicks away all the stops as it pushes relentlessly towards an undeniably foreseen but still-claustrophobic-and-freaky conclusion.Carpenter's portrayal of the amateurish-but-ambitious-journalist turned scared-out-of-her-skull caged victim is nothing short of spectacular. In the end, it is her performance that stays with you even after the credits begin to roll.Typically, I grow pretty tired of the "first person" shot films, but in Quarantine, Harris' Scott utilizes his news camera believably, not only as that of a news cameraman but also as the tool to escape. At no time did I find myself saying out loud "Yeah, right! Like he is going to still be filming..." There is enough unseen footage and plot questions left at the end to cash in on some serious DVD extras which this film will no doubt contain when it is released on disk.If you have seen the Spanish "REC" as I have and think that Quarantine will be just another American remake like so many of the J-Horror flicks like I did, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at how many times you'll jump and fidget watching Quarantine nonetheless. I know I was.