I vividly remember watching [REC] for the first time and being completely blown away. Still, no matter how great it was, the last thing we expected was that it would become one hell of a franchise. So popular is it in its homeland that a new Halloween maze has opened modeled after it.
Filmax recently released [REC] The Video Game for mobile, as if the films didn't freak you out bad enough already. The first-person shooter lets you explore areas from the films including the infamous apartment building from the first two films.
Let's see. Thus far we've been treated to a slew of fake posters for [REC] Genesis. Wouldn't it be nice to have something, anything, concrete? Your wish is our command.
The first official one-sheet for [REC] Genesis has arrived, and for whatever reason it reminds us more of the Resident Evil games than any of the posters for the Resident Evil movies. Dig it!
Yes. We know that [REC] Genesis is the third film in the franchise. So why is there a Russian one-sheet for [REC] Apocalypse online? Because someone's been hittin' the Smirnoff! [REC] directors Paco Plaza and Jaume Balaguero will split directing responsibilities for the next two films in the franchise, [REC] Genesis and [REC] Apocalypse.
The first new cast members to hop aboard the unlikely yet totally kick-ass [REC] franchise have been named, and you know what that means ... we're that much closer to [REC] Genesis finally getting made!
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!
When we first saw [REC] a few years ago, we never pegged it for a film that could be franchised. The truly badass sequel [REC] 2 totally proved us wrong, and we have to say we're more than ready for parts three and four. Apparently so are plenty of other places ...
It's always nice to know that you're prepared for the worst. In this case the worst being a horde of flesh-eating zombies hellbent on the destruction of the world one bite at a time. And though the creatures in [REC] 2 aren't exactly what you would call traditional zombies, they're still very much undead, and this new viral video will teach you the proper way to handle them.
With Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza's disturbing sequel done right, [REC] 2, available now on VOD and heading to theaters July 9th courtesy of Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, we've decided that the time is right to give away some goodies! One lucky winner will get not only a full-size poster signed by writers/directors Balagueró and Plaza but also the following Magnet titles: DONKEY PUNCH, SPLINTER and THE SIGNAL!
Something really late out of Cannes. At the big show there was some very early teaser art for both [REC] Genesis and [REC] Apocalypse, and through the wonder of the snipping tool, we have a quick look at both of them for you.
With the original [REC] filmmakers Paco Plaza and Jaume Balagueró delivered a truly insane experience that was of course neutered and changed into a flick called Quarantine here in the States. [REC] 2 expanded on the first one's demonic storyline (really, screw rabies) and delivered a movie that is akin to mixing Doom 3 with The Exorcist. Both flicks were badass, and now word has come that the duo are bringing us two more flicks in the franchise via Filmax called [REC] Genesis and [REC] Apocalypse!
With REC 2 (review here) enjoying a some really positive buzz, REC 3 is getting some love in the form of a new teaser image.
With REC 2 (review here) enjoying a successful opening weekend in its homeland, buzz has already started that there will be a third entry into this now unexpected franchise.