I dare yall to rent this movie.
I havent been so jumpy during a movie in a loooonggg time. It automatically makes my top 10 all time horror movie list and that says a lot coming from me.
Its Blair Witch project style....done via video cam entire time. Its about a LA news crew who follows this fire department team into a building answering a disturbed call. Little do they know a deadly virus is inside the building making everyone it comes across into Zombiefied flesh eaters....if you wanna call them Zombies? I dunno heh...I think the virus was rabies really.
Anyhow, the government automatically closes the building off and quarantines it with everyone inside of it (The Firemen and a few random Cops) and of course, the news crew. And they are in for one hell of a nightmare.
Not a lot of gore, there is some.....but its more jump out of your seat horror than anything.....a few cool death scenes etc.....
Of course the Government does a coverup saying everyone was rescued about mid way through it......So you can kinda guess how it ends without me spoiling it much.
Its no B movie. Its actually quite well done and acted. It has the main character from Hostel 1 in it....and the main news crews chick does a great job...especially at the end of the movie with how freaked out she gets....and the tension just builds and builds.
If you are into horror like I am - Go rent this movie...its awesome.
Horror movies aren't meant to be 100% realistic. I seriously don't understand why people walk into a movie and expect to be 'fooled' or something. You're suppose to suspend reality. You're suppose to believe, if only for 120 mins, that what you're seeing, is happening outside. I felt that terror the reporter was feeling. I'd be fucking screaming for the light, too. Darkness is a primal fear and to say you're not afraid of it, even only a little, is bullshit. It's what I CANT see that scares the fuck out of me.
I LOVE to be scared. Absolutely fucking frightened. Do I really believe this COULD happen? Of course not. But is it scary to think that it might? Hell yeah!
It's entertainment, stop sweating the small stuff.
I don't sweat the small stuff, and as I said I do enjoy some movies even if they don't scare me. Quarantine, Halloween, Friday the 13th just aren't among them. However, I really prefer to see 'horror' movies that do scare me, unfortunately they're just few and far between.
I don't get why people find my opinions on the subject irritating. I could care less if someone else enjoys a specific movie or not.
Now watch Frontiers ~
As riots break out all over Paris after a right-wing government is elected, reluctant thief Yasmina (Karina Testa) recruits a few friends to exploit the bedlam by looting. With the police on their tail, the gang splits up and regroups at a hostel near the Luxembourg border to divide their haul. But the decision proves fateful when the innkeepers turn out to be neo-Nazi freaks who want to make Yasmina the brood mare for a new Aryan master race.
No!!!!! Well, it's streaming on netflix so I'll watch the ending =x