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  • Rate: 6.6/10 total 21,511 votes 
  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Release Date: 2 October 2009 (Spain)
  • Runtime: 85 min
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[Rec] ² (2009)


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  • IMDb page: [Rec] ² (2009)
  • Rate: 6.6/10 total 21,511 votes 
  • Genre: Horror | Thriller
  • Release Date: 2 October 2009 (Spain)
  • Runtime: 85 min
  • Filming Location: Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain
  • Budget: €4,500,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $27,024(USA)(8 August 2010)
  • Stars: Jonathan D. Mellor, Manuela Velasco and Óscar Zafra
  • Soundtrack: En tierra extraña
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital EX
  • Plot Keyword: SWAT Team | Blood Sample | Zombie | Crucifix | Video Camera

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Jaume Balagueró  written by
  • Manu Díez  written by
  • Paco Plaza  written by

Known Trivia

  • Paco Plaza and Jaume Balaguer√≥, the directors, dubbed some of the infected people.
  • Pablo Rosso, the camera from the original [Rec], returns this time as the SWAT member Rosso.
  • The clothes worn by Manuela Velasco were exactly the same that she worn in the original movie.
  • The SWAT team, police and crowd of onlookers outside the building were real people, not actors.
  • Alejandro Casaseca, the actor who played character of Martos, is known more for his comical roles in sitcoms and TV shows. Martos was the first serious character he portrayed on screen.
  • A much bigger production than its predecessor, this employed over 300 extras.
  • The constant presence of helicopters buzzing overhead was created entirely by the sound team. The production couldn’t afford any real helicopters.
  • The actors playing the Special Forces team were given a day’s intensive training in how to handle firearms.
  • A lot of the footage in the film was actually shot by the actors playing the Special Forces team as they all had helmet-mounted cameras.
  • The directors were very keen to give the film the additional vibe of a first person shooter video game, where the audience feels personally drawn into the action onscreen. For that reason, the barrel of a gun is in the foreground of a lot of shots.

Goofs: Continuity: In the scene where the doctor's testing the blood, the plate changes from being 80% filled with thick blood to being fully covered with a thin layer of blood, just before busting into flames, after one of the soldiers passes in front of the camera.

Plot: The action continues from [Rec] (2007), with the medical officer and a SWAT team outfitted with video cameras are sent into the sealed off apartment to control the situation. Full summary » |  »

Story: The medical Dr. Owen leads a three-men SWAT team inside the sealed off building to get blood sample from the girl Medeiros to develop an antidote. They are attacked by the zombie-like creatures and Dr. Owen locks a zombie inside a room using a crucifix. He discloses that the patient zero was possessed by the evil and the Vatican sent him to save mankind. Further, they will only leave the building under his voice command. Meanwhile, three teenagers follow a fireman and a man that breaks into the building through the sewage system to rescue his colleague and daughter respectively and they are trapped inside. They are lured and release the evil creature that was locked by Dr. Owen in a room. Out of the blue, the lead team meets the journalist Ângela Vidal hidden inside the building.Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  


Synopsis: It has been just 15 minutes after authorities lost contact with the people locked in the building under quarantine. Nobody knows what happens inside. Outside is chaosa SWAT unit enters the interior of the house to monitor the situation and determine what is happening. A seemingly quick and easy task. But everyone knows. Sometimes appearances can be deceiving…

This movie is in sub-titles… Spanish movie


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Carlos Fernández known as executive producer
  • Julio Fernández known as executive producer
  • Julio Fernández known as producer
  • Alberto Marini known as co-executive producer
  • Marta Verdugo Pastor known as assistant producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Jonathan D. Mellor known as Dr. Owen (as Jonathan Mellor)
  • Óscar Zafra known as Jefe (as Oscar Sánchez Zafra)
  • Ariel Casas known as Larra
  • Alejandro Casaseca known as Martos
  • Pablo Rosso known as Rosso
  • Pep Molina known as Padre Jennifer
  • Andrea Ros known as Mire
  • Àlex Batllori known as Ori
  • Pau Poch known as Tito
  • Juli Fàbregas known as Bombero
  • Ferran Terraza known as Manu
  • Claudia Silva known as Jennifer
  • Martha Carbonell known as Sra. Izquierdo
  • Jorge-Yamam Serrano
  • Carlos Lasarte
  • Chen Min Kao (as Kao Chen-Min)
  • Akemi Goto
  • Akemi Goto
  • David Vert known as Álex
  • Carlos Olalla known as Comisario
  • Anna García known as Mari Carmen
  • Héctor Vidales known as Niño
  • Lazzaro E. Oertli Ortiz known as Niño
  • Alex Lameiro Blanch known as Niño
  • Joan Hostench Martinez known as Niños
  • Òscar Foronda known as Francotirador
  • Manuela Velasco known as Ángela Vidal
  • Oriol Maymó known as Conductor furgón (voice)
  • Jesús Pérez Villar known as Megafonías Policía (voice)
  • Elisa Sirvent known as Reconocimiento de voz (voice)
  • Pep Sais known as Magnetófono (voice)
  • Marga Villalonga known as Zombie
  • Ana Domínguez Ortiz known as Zombie (as Ana 'Domínguez)
  • Laura Díez known as Zombie
  • Sandra García known as Zombie
  • Gerard Espert known as Zombie
  • Jaume Balagueró known as Zombie
  • Paco Plaza known as Zombie
  • Ana Isabel Velásquez known as Chica colombiana
  • Nico Baixas known as Niña Medeiros (uncredited)
  • Javier Botet known as Niña Medeiros (uncredited)
  • Albert Grabuleda Capdevila known as Francotirador (uncredited)
  • Pere Vall known as Periodista (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • David Ambit known as special makeup effects artist
  • Santi Gijón known as special makeup effects artist (as Santiago Gijón Jiménez)
  • Juan Olmo known as special makeup effects artist
  • Imma P. Sotillo known as hair stylist
  • Paula Requena known as special makeup effects artist
  • Lucía Salanueva known as makeup artist

Art Department:

  • Alejandro Mackay known as props assistant
  • Jun Matsuura known as storyboard artist
  • Eva Torres known as assistant decorator




Production Companies:

  • Castelao Producciones
  • Filmax
  • Generalitat de Catalunya
  • Instituto de Crédito Oficial (ICO)
  • Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes (ICAA)

Other Companies:

  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • Ovide B S  camera equipment provided by
  • Vas a ver  press agency


  • Magnet Releasing (2010) (USA) (theatrical) (subtitled)
  • Magnolia Pictures (2010) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions (SPWA) (2010) (USA) (all media)
  • Broadmedia Studios (2009) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • CDI Films (2009) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Cinéart (2010) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Golden Village Pictures (2010) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Kino Swiat (2008) (Poland) (theatrical)
  • Le Pacte (2009) (France) (theatrical)
  • 3L Filmverleih (2009) (Austria) (all media)
  • 3L Filmverleih (2009) (Germany) (all media)
  • Atlantic Film (2010) (Finland) (DVD)
  • Audio Visual Entertainment (2010) (Greece) (DVD) (blu-ray)
  • EDKO Film (2010) (Hong Kong) (DVD)
  • Film1 (2010) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Filmax (2009) (Spain) (all media)
  • Pinnacle Films (2011) (Australia) (DVD)
  • PlayArte Filmes (2009) (Brazil) (all media)
  • PlayArte Home Vídeo (2010) (Brazil) (DVD)
  • Twin Pics (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Vendetta Films (2009) (Australia) (all media)
  • Vendetta Films (2009) (New Zealand) (all media)
  • Zon Lusomundo Audiovisuais (2010) (Portugal) (all media)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Cubica (visual effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Joan Amer known as visual effects artist
  • Cesc Biénzobas known as visual effects
  • Javier García known as visual effects artist
  • Lorenzo Lovera known as visual effects artist
  • Daniel López-Izquierdo known as digital compositor (as Daniel López Izquierdo)
  • Àlex Villagrasa known as visual effects supervisor
  • Àlex Villagrasa known as visual effects
  • Carles Zamorano known as visual effects

Release Date:

  • Italy 2 September 2009 (Venice Film Festival)
  • Canada 16 September 2009 (Toronto International Film Festival)
  • USA 25 September 2009 (Austin Fantastic Fest)
  • Spain 1 October 2009 (Sitges Film Festival)
  • Spain 2 October 2009
  • Japan 18 October 2009 (Tokyo International Film Festival)
  • Mexico 23 October 2009
  • Japan 24 October 2009
  • Argentina 29 October 2009
  • Poland 6 November 2009
  • Belgium 23 December 2009
  • France 23 December 2009
  • Peru January 2010
  • Italy 5 January 2010
  • Hong Kong 7 January 2010
  • UK 27 February 2010 (Frightfest)
  • Netherlands 11 March 2010
  • New Zealand 18 March 2010 (DVD premiere)
  • Singapore 8 April 2010
  • Finland 9 April 2010 (Night Visions Film Festival)
  • Turkey 16 April 2010
  • Netherlands 19 April 2010 (Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival)
  • Hungary 22 April 2010
  • Ireland 28 May 2010
  • UK 28 May 2010
  • USA 4 June 2010 (Video On Demand)
  • USA 11 June 2010 (Waterfront Film Festival)
  • Canada July 2010 (Fantasia International Film Festival)
  • USA 9 July 2010 (limited)
  • Sweden 4 August 2010 (DVD premiere)
  • Germany 20 August 2010 (DVD premiere)
  • Spain September 2010 (Donostia-San Sebastian International Film Festival)
  • Brazil 3 September 2010
  • Portugal 7 October 2010

MPAA: Rated R for strong bloody violence, disturbing images and pervasive language



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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  1. banbogdan from Romania
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    First of all someone wrote : "Worst movie ever?" I'm wondering if hereally watched this movie. Anyway REC2 really did it for me,I was solooking forward to seeing this sequel and after reading some IMDbreviews I was thinking…boy I hope this wont be major let down.

    And it wasn't! From the first minute to the last it was a thrill ride.Isaw some excellent camera work, some really impressive effects and sometop acting.

    After i watched the first one,i was asking myself :"How did it start?What really happened?" Well in REC2 you get all the answers.

    Once again BRAVO Jaume Balagueró&Paco Plaza BRAVO Spain

  2. Kenji Chan from Hong Kong
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    REC 2 creatively transforms a zombie movie into a different genre andchallenges our preconceptions about zombies. Besides, it is moreexciting and frightening than REC because there are more actions andmore points of view. In addition, the teenage boy plays his roleconvincingly and the ending is unpredictable.

    Another movie, Paranormal Activity, was also shot with a shaky camerafrom the first person's point of view. I personally find it lessimpressive than both REC and REC 2, which require the audience to thinkafter viewing.

    Before watching REC 2, everyone SHOULD watch REC first. May I alsokindly remind you to beware of spoilers in discussion forums before youwatch it? Enjoy this compelling roller coaster ride! 4 / 5

  3. dashjack from Mexico
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    Just saw this today, and I really loved it. Is it better than thefirst?? I say not, but to make up for that, it is radically different:it differs in its structure, pace, characters, plot and a big twist youmay not see coming, actually I really think you won't, it is veryunique.

    The movie opens with an amazing line from the first film: "Grabalo todoPablo, por tu puta madre" and then just immediately we revisit (REC)'sfinale.

    (REC) needed to provide us with interesting and multidimensionalcharacters, some likable some not, but they wanted us to be involvedwith these people, so that the outcome of their lives could affect usone way or the other. It had a lot of tension and suspense and anamazing set up, who are these people? How did they end up here? Canthey get out? What is happening?? Is it a virus?? Possession?? And allthese factors made for an amazing and unique experience. But the movieworked because the story worked.

    Having said this, (REC)2 lacks any true character development and mostof the suspense and mystery from the first one is gone. Instead it hastons of action, gore, terror and a never ending climax, it sounds likeany Hollywood sequel right?? Well it isn't simply because behind thosedeliberate elements lies a truly frightening, horrific and originalstory.

    (REC)2 works, simply because the story works. And said story demandsnone of the elements form the original, it doesn't need any involvementwith the characters, it doesn't need to establish them, the setting orthe situation anymore. All they have to do is tie all those loose endsand give us a frightening movie while they're at it. AND IT WORKS!!!The movie manages to stay fresh (yes, even with the hand held cameraand the relatively same setting) because it is told in three acts, eachact from three different points of view. They expand the world from thefirst one so that you can understand what is going on outside, how theywill proceed and why it has to happen inside the building again. Thepace is frenetic and five minutes into it you already have gore, scaresand just pure horror. You have one hour and a half of constant climaxand terror. And what really saves it from being disposableentertainment is the amazing plot, which takes everything we knew andthrows it away, giving us a brand new and absolutely genius take on thecircumstances.

    The ending is, of course, a cliffhanger; and a freaking shockingcliffhanger that is (even more so than the first). And, as most of youalready know, (REC)3 has been confirmed for 2011 so I say we arelooking at one of the best horror franchises ever. 28 days later who??

    I give it 9 out of 10. A MUST SEE!!!

    MILD SPOLERS AHEAD…. Angela comes back for the last 10 minutes or so,in a PIVOTAL role. Let's just say if they decide to make a sequel toQuarantine, it will be extremely different because of what said remakeleft out…. The final shot is the continuation of the first shot, Ialready said what the first shot is. We meet Jennifer's father We stilldon't know what happened to the dog, or how it got infected, no that itmatters anymore…

  4. shanebeacham from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    I am huge fan of the original horror film "REC," which of courseinspired the American remake "Quarantine." So of course, once I heardthat they were making the sequel I was up for it completely. The firstfilm still scares me to this day, even though I've watched it severaltimes. While I'm not sure I could have the same experience with REC 2,the movie is still a great horror film.

    REC 2 starts almost immediately after the events that took place in thefirst film, and follows members of the S.W.A.T. team going to theapartment complex from the first film. Equipped with video cameras,they go in to find any remaining characters, and find the antidote tothe virus that is spreading. We also follow a group of teenagers whoend up finding their way in too. We see both vantage points, includingthe horror that both teams face.

    The way this film is shot is breathtaking. In the first film, we hadonly one perspective from a TV camera. In this film, the S.W.A.T. teamuses cameras that can link to mini cameras so that when one of thecharacters is on his own we can see what's going on. Some may feel thisdoesn't keep the realism, but I feel it does. Law-enforcement men takecameras with them all the time, and if you were a kid going into theapartment to see what's going on, naturally you would have a camera. Interms of a technical achievement, REC 2 definitely brings it up alevel.

    In the last film, what this virus may be is merely hinted at. In here,the directors move more into the mythology they created and expand it.We learn, without giving too much away, that the virus is much morethan what we thought it was, something that leads back to the Vaticanand religion in general.

    While I wouldn't say the second film is as scary as the first, it stillcarries the creepy atmosphere set up in the first REC. There are manyscenes were you feel trapped and you can't get out, and not knowingwhat's gonna happen next.

    I was very pleased that they brought back Angela Vidal (the maincharacter) for the second film. I felt that the actress did well, andthe directors brought her character to the right point, which leadsinto my next topic: The ending. I was wondering how the film's climaxwould be and if it would top the first film's ending, which goes downas one of the most frightening things I've ever seen. The answer isyes, it does go in the right direction, shocks you, and sets you up forthe third film.

    The biggest problem that I can say about REC 2 is that while charactersin the first film were well developed and memorable, you don't get thatwith these new characters. Sure we fear for them, sure they're not badcharacters at all. But none of them really made me think about themafterward, and the only character that was memorable was Angela Vidal,who was in the first film.

    It felt a little too shaky at times for me. While it does keep the filmtense especially in it's more obscure moments, I really wished thecamera could stop and calm down at a few points.

    While REC 2 may not be as incredible as the first, it still takesthings that were done well in the first film and makes them better. Soif you liked the first movie and you're hyped for the second, youshouldn't be disappointed.

  5. Flavio Foglia from Italy
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    I watched yesterday Rec 1, a masterpiece. This evening, Rec 2.

    This is not an awful film after all, but several points below the firstone (I voted the first 8/10).

    Rec 1 transmitted to me a sense of confusion, mystery, it really makesyou feel like you are one of the people trapped in that apartment, whodoesn't really know well what is going on, both inside and outside thebuilding. But the first film is realistic: deals about science, avirus, zombies (although they are faster and more intelligent then thestandard), physical infection.

    Rec 2 changes this to a demoniac possession which reminds the Exorcist.First film was science, second film is religion. I preferred science.In this second film Satan talks through the infected/possessed people,and like in The Exorcist is able to change the voice of its victim. Ifound that quite ridiculous, kind of a thing that would be neverhappened in 1st film, where the villains were infected and notpossessed! So now why this stupid change?! It is just a bad mismatch ifyou pair it with the realistic horror masterpiece that was Rec 1.

    Also, the characters were better in the first. They were just commonpeople, their reactions were understandable, but why in the sequel apolice team that should be quite prepared acts stupid more than once?They should know when to shoot, and react less hysterically even if thesituation was tragic.

    Even the camera was better in the first movie. You feel that the camerais really inside the movie, but here seems more "external". Thecameraman never does anything except filming, like if in a situationwere you are in a high risk of death your first thought is keep thecamera in position. Then one of the policemen says, "how could we makethe people outside believe what is happening here? Nobody is going tobelieve us!". Now, think about it, you took a member of your team thatdoes nothing except filming all the time and you have no proof?! Bah.

    So my final suggestion: watch Rec 1, that is very well made, realistic,full of suspense, does his horror movie job very well. Rec 2? Not sobad, but more than 1 stupid storyline decision that ruined this sequel,like the introduction of Satan and supernatural elements, and lack ofcharacterization.

  6. charliemanson999 from United Kingdom
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    First of all I really enjoyed the first REC film. It had an original,realistic and creepy feel to it. The characters were well built anddeveloped, funny at times, and interesting story lines were builtaround the main frame of the film. The sequence of events wasintriguing from the very start, as to see the gradual escalation ofevents in a zombie film was untouched ground, as "zombie"-esque moviestend to start straight in with survivors trying to stay alive in afully-fledged infection. Everything was well done, the endingparticularly ambiguous and creepy, and I found the unfinished storylines, the unnerving "is this actually religious or just crazyexperimentation gone wrong?" ending, the way everything built on agradual crescendo to the nail-biting finale kept me thinking about thefilm for days.

    REC2 takes away all of the impact of the first film. They feel the needto explain. everything. There is no nail-biting crescendo which putsyou firmly in the shoes of the actual victims, there is no developmentof characters or interesting sub-story lines. There is just one bad badmovie spin-off from the game Doom.

    The dull predictable attack-scenes, which seemed to follow exactly thesame formula (some shadowy figures appears, charges the camera) eachtime, the slightly ridiculous decision to go down the purely"exorcist"-esque route, the lack of a more-detailed plot just killseverything that could and should have been good about this film.

    The ending "shock" is horrifically predictable (yeah it's reallybelievable that the former lead just got away from the infected girlwho so easily dragged her into darkness at the end of REC), and withthe ending meaning the "demon" successfully got out of the buildingit's difficult to see what direction the film can go in without itbeing completely different from the first two. Presumably something todo with the two kids who appeared to survive having been locked in theroom by SWAT.

    A sorry excuse for what could have been an excellent franchise. DO NOTWATCH.

  7. Claudio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    The medical Dr. Owen (Jonathan Mellor) leads a three-men SWAT teaminside the sealed off building to get blood sample from the girlMedeiros to develop an antidote. They are attacked by the zombie-likecreatures and Dr. Owen locks a zombie inside a room using a crucifix.He discloses that the patient zero was possessed by the evil and theVatican sent him to save mankind. Further, they will only leave thebuilding under his voice command. Meanwhile, three teenagers follow afireman and a man that breaks into the building through the sewagesystem to rescue his colleague and daughter respectively and they aretrapped inside. They are lured and release the evil creature that waslocked by Dr. Owen in a room. Out of the blue, the lead team meets thejournalist Ângela Vidal (Manuela Velasco) hidden inside the building.

    "Rec 2" is a good sequel of the 2007 "Rec" but inferior to the originalfilm. The three teenagers are too stupid and they do not add anythingbut foolishness to the story. Further, the idea of an evil possessionand a priest exorcising evil but needing the blood for an antidoteseems to be inconsistent. The good point is the unexpected conclusion.My vote is six.

    Title (Brazil): "Rec 2"

  8. lewiskendell from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    Not as cohesive or frightening, as the first REC (which is one of myfavorite modern horror movies), but still a tense and thrilling horrorride, more often than not. This is a direct continuation of theoriginal, and happens in and around the same apartment building on thesame night. 

    REC 2 takes the supernatural elements of the first movie and furtherexplores them, which sets it apart from some similar zombie-type films.No complaints from me there, I enjoyed the expansion of the overallmythos and the added backstory/explanation for some of the people andevents of the first film. On the negative side, I did find the newcharacters introduced in this one to be almost universally unlikableand annoying. Did that ruin the movie? No, but I definitely cared aboutthe well-being and survival of these people less than those that camebefore. There's also a slight feeling of repetition that comes withusing the same location again, but that's understandable consideringthe direct plot continuance.  

    REC 2 is basically more of the same, so if you enjoyed the first,there's no real reason why you shouldn't see this. It's not quite up tothe same quality, but it's worth checking out to see the interestingdirection the story goes in. 

  9. kev_silv from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    watching REC 2 made me realize how bad these directors and screenwriters didn't want to make this sequel of REC 2 suck…meaning that itkinda felt like they were trying really hard to make a good sequel. thefilm turned out okay in the sense that it carried exactly from were RECfinished and satisfied me with blood and jumping out of my seatscenes..but i really did't that much, also the demonic creatures, whichwe end up finding out about, thus creating the background story whichwasn't very pleasing but fair. the camera view style was well donehowever the acting was a little over the top, sometimes i feel likehopping in the TV and telling them to shut up! Overall it did notsurpass REC, but then again worth a watch if you want to see the storycomplete itself.

  10. thisissubtitledmovies from www.subtitledonline.com
    30 Mar 2012, 2:41 am

    excerpt, full review at my location – REC splattered its way onto ourscreens three years ago, and part of its power was the fact this small-budget Spanish horror tale seemed to come out of nowhere. The sequelwill struggle to match it simply because it lacks the surprise elementwhich made the first one so great, right?

    Apparently there are to be two more films, one a straight sequel and aprequel. The sequel will, like this one, carry on pretty much straightafter the ending, but it will be hard matched to equal this one. REC2introduces some humour which the first one lacked, but to go down thatroad too much will spoil all the hard work that the first two. We'llsee…

    A gloriously nasty Spanish roller-coaster ride up and down the stairsof that Barcelona apartment block – just don't eat too close to thefilm. Seriously, it's that gory.

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