Friday, October 10, 2008


Last year, my Variety colleague Alissa Simon aptly described the Spanish-produced thriller REC as "Night of the Living Dead meets The Blair Witch Project." And, really, you could say pretty much the same about its Americanized remake, Quarantine, a modestly inventive and sporadically exciting horror flick predicated on the idea that whiplash pans, inconstant focusing and other faux cinéma vérité embellishments can refresh even the moldiest of zombie-movie tropes. You can read my Variety review here.

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