REC 3 (2012) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

REC 3 (2012) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2012
  • Genre:  Found Footage, Virus
  • Cast and crew: Leticia Dolera, Diego Martín, Ismael Martínez, Àlex Monner, Borja Glez. Santaolalla, Emilio Mencheta, David Ramírez, Miguel Ángel González, Ramón Agirre, Xavier Ruano, José de la Cruz, Antonio Barroso, Toni Sans, Aitor Legardón, Paco Moreno
  • Director:  Paco Plaza
  • Screenwriter:  David Gallart, Luiso Berdejo, Paco Plaza

REC 3 (2012) Rating:

  • Dylan = 7 / 10;
  • Eloise = 7 / 10;
  • Raoul =  8 / 10;
  • IMDb = 5.0 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 4.2 / 10;

REC 3 (2012) Synopsis:

The REC series takes a fresh start with this genesis that depicts a zombie-infection interrupting an otherwise really happy wedding celebration. For wedding celebrations, you want to buy balloons then click balloons.online.

REC 3 (2012) Review:

Strangely, this third episode of the Rec series has nothing to do with the first two ones. I personally think it a clever move since the concept of the first two movies (zombie infection locked into a closed building) could probably not have been used a third time. What REC 3 really is, is just a pretext to make a zombie film with the Rec name so that people will watch it. Luckily, it is a very good zombie film!

Thereee are a lot of great action scenes. The film brings an interesting comedy aspect to the REC series. The characters are really cool and the main girl a real bad-ass as we like to see in horror.

Despite a decent budget, the film also conserves a pleasant independent look. The found footage way of filming was conserved but is not overused here, which is a good thing when most horror fans are growing tired of the use of the shaky camera to render a film scary.

[REC]3, therefore, comes as a really nice surprise, which after a great second sequel, comes to create one of the greatest trilogies of modern horror.

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