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Opened in Theaters: Friday, October 10th, 2008

Directed by John Erick Dowdle
Genre: Horror
Running Time: 1:29

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Quarantine
Television reporter Angela Vidal (Jennifer Carpenter) and her cameraman (Steve Harris) are assigned to spend the night shift with a Los Angeles Fire Station. After a routine 911 call takes them to...  View more >

R
bloody violent and disturbing content, terror and language

Starring Jennifer Carpenter, Jay Hernandez, Columbus Short...  View more >

Reviews Summary

Rating # %  
See Now!  1 25 See Now! Percent
Good  2 50 Good Percent
Wait for Rental  1 25 Wait Percent
Stay Away!  0 0 Stay Away! Percent
4 Total Reviews

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[--- Good ---]by  Oct 16, 2008
Good, solid horror movie. Nothing spectacular, but entertaining.
[--- See Now! ---]by  Oct 18, 2008
[--- Wait for Rental ---]by  Oct 21, 2008
This movie took a long time to get interesting but once it did it had me on the edge of my seat but it is scary to know what the government can do
[--- Good ---]by VIP MemberOct 23, 2008
"Quarentine" follows the same pattern as "The Blair Witch Project," although not as good as "The Blair Witch Project," but it's more tragic because the people who are trapped in the building are a few feet from freedom, while in Blair Witch, the filmmakers are miles from nowhere. Jennifer carpenter plays a Los Angeles newswoman who is covering a news story on a Los angeles fire department. On a normal call, the come upon something so terrorfying that you have to see the movie for youself, The scares keep coming and we're know what's happening when they know. Some of the most scariest moment of the film occurred in the dark when anything can come out of the darkness.We, like the camera bare witness to the horror and we can't look the other way.



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