[REC] 3: Genesis Synopsis
An uncontrollable torrent of violence is unleashed during a couples wedding.
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New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
[REC] 3 Genesis is a prequel to the first two "[REC]" movies, but that doesn't much matter. You don't need to have seen them to enjoy this...
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70

Village Voice

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Giddy shots of the undead slogging through a decimated party-scape materialize the decadence and instability of upper-crust family life,...
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60

Total Film

By Jonathan Crocker
Taking a weird swerve into rom-zom-com, the third [REC] shaky-horror ends up pulled apart by its own genre mutations.
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60

Time Out New York

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Ditching the mock-doc aesthetic is a bold formal move, but without its immediacy and realism, [REC] 3: Genesis becomes just another...
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40

Boxoffice Magazine

Paco Plaza turns his [REC] franchise on its rotting head with [REC]3: Genesis, switching up the series' blistering first-person-perspective...
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40

The Guardian

By Henry Barnes
The dancefloor's full of bodies, the bride and groom have been backed into a corner by relatives desperate for their pound of flesh. Pretty...
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40

The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
With slapstick smothering the scares, [REC 3] is further marred by a plot in which the muted Catholicism of its antecedents is turned up to...
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40

Empire

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The early franchise frights are missing. There's some ironic light-heartedness in the nuptial set, the religious overtones are...
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38

Slant Magazine

By Ed Gonzalez
If a fourth entry wasn't already in the works, [Rec] 3: Genesis could have easily represented the nail in the franchise's coffin.
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20

New York Daily News

By Joe Neumaier
It's the same-old flesh-chewing. Like vampires, this genre is getting deadly.
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Rated R | For Some Language and Strong Bloody Horror Violence