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Rec 2 Going Theatrical in July?

Could it be?!? Could it really be?!? Those of us in the United States had to wait what felt like forever for the home video release of [REC], and for a while it seemed as if we'd be doing the same for its sequel [REC] 2 (review here). However, some news slipped out today that tells a very different story.

Italian REC 2 Trailer Offers a Different Kind of Red for Your Pasta

With seemingly everyone in the world getting REC 2 (review here) but us (even though Sony has acquired it), it's easy to get frustrated! Real easy. Check out the Italian trailer below. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go punch the hell out of a wall.

Exclusive First Info: Jaume Balagueró Talks REC 3 - Will Return to Direct Third Film!

At a recent screening of Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's demon infested sequel [REC]2 (review here), Dread Central was on hand to catch up with Balagueró and get the scoop on the next film in the franchise. Will he and Plaza be directing the third entry when it happens? HELL YES!

REC 2 Gets Italian One-Sheets / REC 3 Gets Debunked

Ah, the Internet. What a wonderful and sometimes foul place you can be. Sure ... it gives us the means to see international artwork for our most anticipated films, etc., but it also provides pinheads with the ability to dupe millions of fans by buying domains, putting up fake images, and engaging in all manner of general douchbaggery.

REC 2 Official Trailer with English Subbys

With REC 2 (review here) officially kicking a copious amount of ass during TIFF '09, it was only a matter of time before we'd get an official English subtitled trailer of our own. Well, it's here, and holy shit is it badass!

Daniel Calparsoro Joins the Circus

For a while it looked like director Paco Plaza would be doing double-duty for Filmax, shooting both Rec 2 and the upcoming Circus. With today's news, however, it seems Plaza is off Circus and a different director has already joined up.

TIFF 09: Sony Acquires REC 2

Good things are coming out of the Toronto Film Festival in terms of distribution. After a mucho successful screening and amidst some really positive buzz, it seems as if REC 2 (review here) has scored itself some Stateside distribution.

REC 2 (2009)

Reviewed by Mike Cameron, The Substream Starring Manuela Velasco, Leticia Dolera, Ferran Terraza, Javier Botet Directed by Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza

Final REC 2 Trailer Packs New Footage

One of our most anticipated films of the year, REC 2, is getting set to make its English subtitled debut at this year's Toronto International Film Festival (September 10-19, 2009), and the final Spanish language trailer for Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's latest effort has hit the Net.

Bloody New REC 2 Stills

One of our most anticipated films of the year, Rec 2, is getting set to make its English subtitled debut at this year's Toronto International Film Festival (September 10-19, 2009), and to celebrate the unleashing of Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's latest effort onto the world, two new stills have hit the Net.

New One-Sheet and Stills: Rec 2

One of our most anticipated films of the year, Rec 2, is getting set to make its English subtitled debut at this year's Toronto International Film Festival (September 10-19, 2009) and to celebrate the unleashing of Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's latest effort onto the world two new stills and the all new Spanish one-sheet have hit the net.

Third Teaser Trailer for REC 2

The third teaser trailer for Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's highly anticipated sequel REC 2 has found its way online with a bang, and we've got it for you all warm and sticky-like!

New Creature Still: Rec 2

Unlike some other stills that have been coming out for other flicks, the folks behind the upcoming sequel Rec 2 are opting to give fans a taste of what they really want!

REC (DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Manuela Valasco, Javier Botet, Claudia Font, Pablo Rosso Directed by Paco Plaza and Jaume Balaguero Distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Making-of Rec 2 Video Online

You now have two options: Either A - learn how to speak Spanish immediately or find someone who does or B - get set to dig on the following behind-the-scenes video just for the imagery. Either way, screaming is an international language so you should be all set!