Review: REC 4: Apocalypse, 2015, dir. Jaume Balagueró


“Zombies on a boat. We’ve reached the second apex of undead lore (Lucio Fulci’s zombie fighting a shark being the first—obviously). REC 4: Apocalypse is, after all, the fourth installment in the REC franchise, a series that’s defined largely by surprise zombie bites and graphically rent flesh (often in that order). None of these films are for the the faint of heart. They’re claustrophobic and violent, and in that regard, setting the REC chronicle’s climactic entry within the twisting bowels of a creaky tanker feels absolutely right.” (Via Paste Magazine.)


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