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July 02, 2009
i thought it was ok?!?! it was super scary though, but that might just be i am a baby when it comes to scary movies! it was pretty gory and bloody. and the weird diper guy in the end kinda freaked me out!!!! so i give it 3 stars!
March 10, 2009
although i knew what was going to happen throughout the whole movie it was actually pretty good. i liked the POV perspective of the story and i know alot of people out there prolly hated it but i thought the ending was a good way to end this film.
February 28, 2009
R u kidding me??? I Loved This Movies!!!!!!!! SOOOOOOOO much better than all those lame scary movies they make anymore. And every one seems to have the little girl with black hair. Cant they come up with something different??? Well this movie did!! Great Movie
January 31, 2009
I loved this movie! I thought the acting was great, especially "Dexters" sister. It was creepy, edge of your seat thriller and I watch a LOT of horror/thriller genre. I will be renting it as soon as it comes out.
January 11, 2009
If you can tolerate a camera that jumps as if held by a guy with an attack of hiccups without vomiting, go and see it. Otherwise save your money and time
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Claustrophobic, jittery at times, and electric in pace, Quarantine is a stripped-down bloody thrill ride that -- while certainly not catering to everyone's tastes -- should satisfy gore-hounds looking to step up their theatrical horror cuisine beyond the usual creepy little kid rehashes. Full Review
Quarantine director John Erick Dowdle and co-writing brother Drew wisely stick close to the told-from-the-cameraman's point-of-view template of the terrific original, though they add a few fine flourishes. Full Review
The Hollywood Reporter
Oh, "Blair Witch," what hath thou wrought? It has taken less than a decade, but the concept of horror films filmed documentary-style has officially become a tiresome cliche. Full Review
It's easily the weakest entry into this ever-expanding category and is inferior to its subtitled source material. Quarantine implies "stay away" and that's not bad advice. Full Review
The New York Times
The template is familiar, but Quarantine delivers the heebie-jeebies with solid acting and perfectly calibrated shocks. Full Review