There are people who are working when rest of the world is sleeping. Specially some like media reporters. In the movie Quarantine (2008) we found a story that is based on a simple incident and growing up with the tension. All though it is based on one place it is an interesting story for a thriller. As the movie began one camera man and a reporter are at their night shift working with pair of firemen at a Los Angeles fire station. Starts with lot smiles until that happens Angela Vidal and Scott are having grate story covered with an eventful evening.
Suddenly got an opportunity to discover a story and went with the fire mans to down town apartment. Not even really knowing what is inside. Film is screen by gray color to get the horror look. When they are arriving at the place police was there and surrounded, they are determine to get it on the tape and for that they entered to the apartment. Then they have found a woman that is well covered by blood one policemen is tried to help her but she attacks. With her teeth what is happening is a mystery through the movie. After some attacks they are finding it difficult to stay in trying to make their way out from the apartment, but unfortunately the building is Quarantine so no way out.
No connections for the phones or any. They are trapped inside with a women attacking. Also have to rescue many inside. But never to stop recording what they experience. In they end it is to be the only evidence to say what has really happen inside.
The film is describing more about the harder situations life can get into. Also the need of team work even it is not all that action from the beginning story is covering a large aria of it and make it very comfortable film was directed by John Erick Dowdle. The Poughkeepsie Tapes (2008) and The Dry Spell (2005) are some of movies he has directed. Julio Fernandez, Carlos Fernandez, Drew Dowdle and Glenn Gainor are the producers. Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter” (Showtime, 2006) and Jay Hernandez staring in movie.
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