Jaume Balagueró returns for the 4th and final [REC]

The young reporter Ángela is rescued from the building and taken to an oil tanker to be examined. However, it is unbeknown to the soldiers that she carries the seed of the mysterious demonic virus.
Sequels and prequels are starting to get a little long in the tooth. But the Spanish [REC] franchise has had a good track record of delivering the frightful goods. And with (Fragile / [REC] / Quarantine) back in the helmer's saddle, we have good reason once more to open one eye wide while shutting the other - [REC] 4 APOCALIPSIS. ;)

We are told that 'APOCALIPSIS' will be the fourth and final installment of the [REC] franchise (we'll believe that when we don't see it). The new film's storyline will connect directly with [REC] 2, with the lovely Manuela Velasco reprising her role as the world's most determined reporter. According to a statement from Filmax International: "[REC]4 Apocalipsis kicks off at the point where Ángela Vidal, only survivor of the terrible infection, is evacuated from the building. When the situation finally appears to be under control, chaos prevails once again and the seed of evil takes on new and horrible forms. In [REC]4 Apocalipsis we’ll finally find out what’s up with its heroine."

The film is set to roll out into theaters in Spain on October 31, 2014 (why does that date ring a bell?) after its premiere at the Sitges Film Festival on October 3rd. No word yet on an American release date.

REC4 - Poster

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