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[REC]: Genesis and [REC]: Apocalypse – Finally a Good Look at the Teaser Art

Finally after months of rocking semi-centered slightly blurry looks at the teaser posters for both [REC]: Genesis and [REC]: Apocalypse we’ve got a good look at the goodies for you. Sure, they’re nothing too special and are exactly what you’d expect but at least now they’re in focus!

[REC] directors Paco Plaza and Jaume Balaguero will split directing responsibilities for the two films. Plaza will direct the first film, [REC] Genesis, which will return to the origin of the original infection that caused humans to turn into zombies. The film is expected to be delivered in the autumn of 2011.

[REC] Apocalypse will be directed by Balaguero and will end the [REC] saga with the pandemic spreading to unknown proportions. Plaza will assist on the project, which is expected to be delivered in the autumn of 2012.

Dig on the plot crunch for part 3 and the artwork below.

[REC]: Genesis and [REC]: Apocalypse - Finally a Good Look at the Teaser Art

[REC]: Genesis and [REC]: Apocalypse - Finally a Good Look at the Teaser Art

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4 Comments

  1. REC 2 had a great start; it was easy to tell what was going on through the soldier’s cameras. Too bad that stops about halfway through.

    I liked the movie but I really wish it was more visually coherent. It’s often too damn hard to tell what in hell is going on.

    • REC 2, in my opinion, suffered from having a few too many characters (the teenagers) and it felt like the Priest and the soldiers in the building kept hitting the same beats over and over again. I would’ve liked a little bit more character development. Still, I thought it was pretty good and had some great moments. In the end, though, I’d argue REC 1 is better.

  2. I like the concept of these two posters a lot, it’s clever. the execution could use more work though. They just look kind of… cheap.

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