- 1 hr 29 min
In this film, the cameraman's view gives one of the most disturbing situations a film crew can imagine. Being originally assigned to follow a group of firemen as they respond to calls, reporter Angela Vidal, played by Jennifer Carpenter, finds that this will be the story to top her career by the end. After being sent out along with the firetruck to respond to an apartment building call, they find themselves to be providing aid to existing authorities in their efforts of determining a threat within one of the apartment buildings. Appearing to be some sort of virus, the tenant has become determined on feeding off of the flesh of the film crew, police and firefighter. The problem is that the virus is spreading, and they have found themselves to be locked inside of the building under the order of the Center for Disease Control. As they try to leave, they are repeatedly shot at, giving them no other option but to fight for their lives against this deadly disease. As the opposition grows, the team of survivors find allies in tenants with adapted survival skills, but will this be enough? The virus seems to have no cure, giving the team the only option to shoot them in the head. As the death toll rises, they move closer to finding out the root of the disease and its outbreak, which holds a dark and twisted intent upon the fate of all humanity. This film is full of gruesome deaths and gore and parents are strongly advised against allowing younger viewers from seeing. For those who love the zombie genre as a whole, none will be let done by the final conclusion of Quarantine.