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Reporter Angela (Jennifer Carpenter) and her cameraman Scott (Steve Harris) are doing a story on night-shift firefighters for a reality-TV program. A late-night distress call takes them to a Los Angeles apartment building, where the police are investigating a report of horrific screams. The TV team and emergency workers find an old woman, who suddenly attacks with teeth bared. What's more, Angela and company find that the building has been sealed by CDC workers. Then the attacks really begin.

Jennifer Carpenter Angela Vidal
Steve Harris Scott Percival
Jay Hernandez Jake
Johnathon Schaech George Fletcher
Columbus Short Danny Wilensky
Andrew Fiscella James McCreedy
Rade Sherbedgia Yuri Ivanov
Greg Germann Lawrence
Bernard White Bernard
Dania Ramirez Sadie

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Oct 26, 2008 - jibble on Quarantine

I would agree with nodrog.

Plausible, well acted, believable, well paced. There really isn't a moment in the film where your bored...they do a nice job of keeping your attention throughout the entire movie.

It's not the best movie you'll see all year, but it's worth ~$9. The story could use more work, and has a few minor flaws. POV style isn't my favorite, but in this case it fits and works well.

Oct 15, 2008 - nodrog on Quarantine
Night of the Living Dead: Slacker Edition

Freakish, plausible, horrific fun *not* for the whole family. Well acted, believable, perfectly paced, and effective. Not since Zach Snyder's remake of "Dawn of the Dead" has anyone done this good a job of scaring the hell out the viewer. Hand-held camera POV so folks who got motion sickness from Cloverfield be warned.