Reporters film every kind of horrors to the extreme.
It is referenced.
Character mentions film in segment "Enjuto Mojamuto: El apagón"
Mentioned in a review of Quarantine as the movie it is a shot-for-shot remake of.
The shot with Rahul being dragged away from the camera in night vision is done in a similar way as the ending scene of [Rec], which is also a film with the similar mockumentary style narrative
The scene in which Ángela Vidal is dragged by her feet into the dark is alluded to.
Phelous mentions that Quarantine is a shot-for-shot remake of this movie
One of the films spoken about by Sala
mentioned as being remade as Quarantine
Gareth Evans said "When I was writing The Raid I was watching films for research, but none of them were martial arts films as I knew them so well. Instead they were all thriller, suspense, horror. [Rec] and the sequel were real influences on the me for this. I realised that if I took away the martial arts and the action, I was left with a concept that lent itself to survival horror more than anything else. I could go anywhere with this film and didn't have to follow any martial arts templates. We could have a fight scene then follow it up with horror-style tension." The Raid is out now.
It is homaged.
Title of this film appears on screen.
The genre that helped inspire Diary of the Dead
A vlogger mentions it.
Bob Mortimer mentions that he likes Rec
Video case and DVD are shown.
Movie is reviewed
DVD is shown.
Footage of this movie is shown.
Clips are shown
"Es bello vivir" contains a sketch about "[Rec]"
One of the spanish movies been spoof in the film
Several scenes from this movie are spoofed
The creepy girls look like the girl from this film.