From Executive Producers who brought you Quarantine, comes the movie that inspired the terror. A beautiful TV reporter (Manuela Velasco, Law of Desire) and her cameraman are doing a routine interview at a local fire station when an emergency call comes in. Accompanying the firefighters to a nearby apartment, the news team begins recording the bloodcurdling screams coming from inside an elderly woman's unit. After authorities seal off the building to contain the threat, the news crew, firefighters and residents are trapped to face a lethal terror inside. With the camera running, nothing may survive but the film itself.
REC 4 (stylized as [•REC]⁴, subtitled in some countries as Apocalypse) is a 2014 Spanish horror film, and the fourth and final installment of the REC franchise. The film is a direct sequel to REC 2, taking place immediately after the events of the second film. Jaume Balagueró, the director of the first two installments, returns alongside actress Manuela Velasco, who reprises her role of the imperiled reporter Ángela Vidal. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on 9 September 2014 and screened at the 2014 Sitges Film Festival on 3 October, before being released in Spain on the 31st of October. The film was released in the United States by Magnet Releasing on 2 January 2015, both theatrically and on VOD.
Clara and Koldo’s wedding unfolds through the lens of a video camera that captures their beautiful ceremony and the festive reception that follows. But the camera also bears unblinking witness to the shocking reality of chaos and horror that ensues after a virus spreads through the reception, transforming the wedding guests into something… inhuman, and forcing the newlywed couple into a terrifying fight for their lives. Separated amid the mayhem, the newlywed couple discover the true meaning of the vow, “'til death do us part.”