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Unusually for a Hollywood production, this film does not feature a musical score.
In October 2008 Knott's Berry Farm theme park in Buena Park, California, had a Quarantine-themed walk-through "maze" for the park's 36th annual Knott's Scary Farm Halloween Haunt. It was their third movie-themed Halloween Haunt maze, after Beowulf (2007) and The Grudge 2 (2006).
Shot in chronological order.
The average shot was between 4 and 6 minutes long.
The apartment complex was a set but a fully functioning one with four floors.
Both Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza -directors of the original movie [REC] (2007)- have expressed their big dissatisfaction with this movie.
Was not screened for US critics.
It took 4 hours for Doug Jones to get into his full-body prosthetic. His role required him to film for just one day.


The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

Jennifer Carpenter specifically asked that she never see the attic set. That way, she would know nothing about what to expect to see there, let alone be familiar with any of its geography.
All rabies symptoms in the film are depicted accurately.

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