[Rec] 3 Reviews

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All Cheerleaders Die
Available On VOD
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Afflicted
Now on Blu-ray and DVD
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Stage Fright
Now on Blu-ray and DVD
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Wolf Creek 2
The Long Awaited Sequel!
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Paco Plaza returns to his Spanish found footage zombie juggernaut with [REC] 3: Genesis - a sequel taking place miles away from the first outbreak that manages to cleverly tie in to the first two entries without MORE
11/16/12
There’s a twist of sorts roughly 15 minutes into [Rec] 3 that I’m not sure if we’re supposed to “spoil”, but since I can’t see how they can even advertise it without giving it MORE
11/16/12
Paco Plaza’s [REC] 3 Genesis, the prequel to the found footage zombie/exorcism franchise, premiered yesterday at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas. And unfortunately, it doesn’t live up to MORE
11/16/12
This may not be what any serious fan of the so-far stellar [REC] series wants to hear, but the departure that is [REC] 3 is possibly the sweetest, most endearing film I’ve seen in quite some time; throat rips MORE
11/16/12
s with any assessment on a sequel, first comes a preface with brief thoughts on the entries that have come before it.  And, I’ll be honest, I have never watched the REC films more than once because I MORE
11/09/12
Out of nowhere (actually, Spain) came [REC], and the horror freaks dubbed it good. No, great. And then came the remake (Quarantine) and the sequel ([REC] 2) and the remake's sequel (Quarantine 2: Terminal), MORE
03/10/12
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