Koldo and Clara’s wedding is horrifically interrupted when some of the guests start showing signs of a strange illness. Before they know what’s happening, the bride and groom find themselves in the middle of a hellish ordeal, as an uncontrollable torrent of violence is unleashed.
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Paco Plaza you have impressed me. This movie might be a little predictable but it's so self-aware and humorous that I can't believe people don't like it. As the previous comment says, you can really see the early Jackson influence. He took the same ingredients that made his first film great and turned it into something fresh and fun instead of letting it get tired with yet another boring handheld sequel.
Totally disagree with the previous comment! We've passed from a great, original and terrifying (on a big screen) in-real-time horror to a totally classic zombie gore comedy (with montage, separated groups, etc..). Looks so american! Great disappointment/unnecessary film! (Notice that there is almost no links to the two other Recs, not only the style but also the story, the characters, etc..). Ok, it's fun sometimes..
I figured asking for another great REC sequel was asking too much. Just barely has enough to do with the first 2 to be even called a sequel. The "zombies" aren't even the same, as they go from the slow stupid type to the brilliant running type, depending on how convenient it would be for the scene. This is just gore for gore's sake and lacks any depth the first films had.
OMG what a train wreck. Sure there are some neat details in this mess of a movie but I still cannot get why they had to bring in the whole "demonic-possession-type-thing" into this series. The best thing about this was that they ditched the cam-corder-schtick.
I'm getting married next month, a week before Halloween, so this was pretty entertaining for multiple reasons. But, not really a fan of how this tied in to the franchise. Might have been okay-ish on its own, especially knowing that maybe 2% of it carried over to Apocalypse.