Watch The Bride Escape A Blazing Fire And A Horde Of Zombies In Exclusive ‘[REC] 3 Genesis’ Clip!

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Now on VOD platforms and in select theaters starting September 7 is Paco Plaza’s [REC] 3 Genesis, the third film in the found footage franchise that blows the scope wide open. We’ve landed an exclusive clip that puts the Bride and a Priest in a tough spot, between fire and a horde of zombies…yikes!

In the sequel, “Koldo and Clara are about to celebrate the most important day of their lives: their wedding. Everything appears to be running smoothly and the bride and groom and their families are enjoying a wonderful day; that is until 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 on the wedding. Amidst the chaos, Koldo and Clara become separated and begin a desperate search for one another. What started off as an idyllic day quickly descends into a nightmare of the worst kind…

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  • Deus_Mali

    This clip makes me wonder about this movie which I had high hopes for. :-/

  • djblack1313

    i liked this movie. it’s not as intense as parts 1 & 2 but it’s a fun movie with 2 leads who will make you root for them.

  • Meshugganaut

    This film is absolute DOGSHIT!. ‘[REC]1&2′ are fantastic films, but this… this is just so God damned awful to the point where you can’t believe that its an actual ‘[REC]‘ film!! Gone is the hand held camera work that made it so intense and real, and instead you get your normal conventionally shot film which brings nothing to it what so ever. This film throws away everything that made 1&2 brilliant films, and instead it tries desperately to make up for it with gore and comedy. For anyone that is expecting the same delivery as 1&2, forget it! This film shoots itself in the head as a sequel, and is nothing more than a below standard everyday horror if you were to remove the [REC] story. R.I.P

  • scarletsimple

    I think it looks like fun, but I’m not sure it is a good addition to the [REC] series.

  • Rob34

    This movie was awful. As a fan of the first 2 installments i was expecting something along the same lines. Well believe me when i say this – it hardly bore any resemblance to its predecessors. It might as well have been made by a different director. Apart from the very early parts of the movie, it was largely filmed like a normal movie (ie not on handhelds and complete with a musical score!!!!). Now i could forgive the choice to film this in a more conventional way if the film was at least in some way more similar to the others. Gone are all of the scares and gut-wrenching tension. Instead, what you have is a dull run-of-the-mill zombie-flick that is lazy and completely predictable. There is also moments of…wait for it…humor (albeit stupid humor), that feels totally out of place in what is supposed to be a serious event taking place in the movie. I wanted to bang my head against a brick wall when i saw this – why do you need humor, especially DUMB humor??!!!!!???!!! I was and still am, utterly speechless about this aspect of the film. Also, this movie is called “Genesis” and (as i was led to believe from early internet talk about it) i thought that it would deliver some kind of backstory on the outbreak/demonic possession. Well it didn’t. Without spoiling it for people who haven’t seen it but have seen REC and REC2, there was no real explanation for what was going on or how this movie ties in to REC. It might as well have been part of another franchise or a standalone movie, because it is not worthy of having the name REC in its title. The demonic possession/control theme from REC2 was alluded to ONCE, albeit rather vaguely, but it did nothing to further the story and it felt like it was tacked on. It would have made more sense to continue the themes from REC2 (even though this was ‘supposed’ to be a prequel of sorts) and expand upon them, therefore revealing more about the origin of the demon/demons. But sadly, it didn’t. The whole thing was unbelievably disappointing where as the other 2 films were original, inventive, and genuinely terrifying. If you’re looking for a generic hollywood-style zombie-action flick with a couple of misplaced comedic moments, then this will be right up your alley. But if you’re anything like me, and you’re looking for a continuation of the REC series, then do yourself a favor and please STAY AWAY. This IS a REC film, but in name only. I can only guess that this was so bad because all the talent and creativity must belong to the other director of REC/REC2 (REC3 was directed by one half of the team behind the first 2). As the final installment in this franchise, REC 4: Apocalypse, will be directed by the other gentleman, i can only hope and pray that this particular movie will be a worthy end to the REC franchise.