When ‘[REC]’ premiered on 23rd November, 2007, it marked a before and after in Spanish cinema. The innovative new style of the film that Filmax producer, Julio Fernandez, had put his faith behind, redefined the horror genre in Spain. Before long, it was being touted as a new cult classic in Spanish horror and became one of the most well-loved films by fans of the genre.
They jumped on the road and were crushed under the wheels. As a child, she could see them, illuminated by car headlights, on summer nights. Now, many years later, a strange sense of revenge haunts her nightmares. Paula confesses her phobia of lobsters to a psychologist while instinctively protecting the baby in her womb from a faceless threat.
Mona and Robby are a young couple in love. Robby has just landed the job of his dreams and at the same time they have both landed an incredible offer for a spacious, albeit dilapidated, apartment. Never mind that it has to be renovated or that the neighbors are constantly fighting and their baby is screaming.....
Julio is a boy who lives with his parents in a house far from town. His father commits murders hiding his face behind a mask while Carmen, his mother, runs a small grocery store. Ten years later, a group of friends are going to spend a weekend in a rural house in the town, which has become famous for the many disappearances that happened long ago. The group visits the store run by Carmen and Julio the same day he turns 18, producing a first fleeting encounter between them. Carmen has a surprise prepared for her son, a mask like his father's. Julio will have to choose between continuing the family tradition of being a murderer or embracing the love of Úrsula, one of the girls in the group that he has just met.
In the land occupied with the sprayers army, no one has the right to grow any kind of plants either in public or private. So many of the people and soldiers do not even know how a plant grow or look like, until one day one of the soldiers finds a seed buried deep down in the dust and his curiosity is just the beginning of something extraordinary, something big, something revolutionary.