PHASE 7 
This movie was recommended by one of our followers, [Danny].
Firstly, this film is in spanish [Argentinean] if you speak spanish you can get through most of the film without a problem, subtitles are available too. Good, now we have that out of the way.
This film focuses on a few characters, Coco, Pipi, and Horacio. We start off with Coco, and Pipi [a young couple, with a baby on the way] arguing in a supermarket, as they pay for their items a flood of people rush through the store. Too busy to notice during their fighting, the two of them head home [we see a small spread of violence by the time they go home] they notice nothing, and head upstairs to their apartment. As Coco and his wife are unpacking the groceries he hears a commotion coming from downstairs. As he meets up with his neighbors, sees the front doors are locked and men are outside in suits, talking about a quarantine.
I won’t lie I was skeptical at first because of the premise of the film. I was hoping if anything, it’ll be similar to [rec]. Boy was I wrong. What we have here is a film that paints a picture, a real picture. What would happen if a group of people in a small apartment complex was quarantined and had no contact or any idea of what was happening. This flick doesn’t drag out, but it is not done in a fast pace. There’s a real good character development between the characters.
Coco, the lazy husband. Pipi, the busy pregnant housewife. Horacio, the crazy neighbor who has a hazard suit, and guns. A group of neighbors who want to kill each other off due to all the paranoia going on in the building. There is some blood and gore, and it’s not the best but it does the trick. The sound effects add a sci-fi feel to the flick, as well as some good suspense. The acting is pretty on point, and there’s only a few cuss words.
The movie works on it’s own pace, and while there’s a few scenes that are quick and pretty intense the majority of the film is a set up for those intense scenes. There’s no creepy monster here, the ending was good, if you can sit through subtitles, and don’t mind a movie with not much action but a fair amount of build up, give this a watch!
I like what the movie brings to the table, a realistic outlook on what would happen if an apartment would go under quarantine. How soon and how bad paranoia will strike, and how people can snap, or come together. The movie also hints at the new world order.
-7/10 rotting corpses