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‘[REC]’ Director Paco Plaza’s ‘Veronica’ Gets Surprise Release On Netflix; Watch A Pair Of Trailers
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Paco Plaza's Veronica

As we learned recently with the release of The Cloverfield Paradox, Netflix enjoys dropping a surprise addition to their library of streaming options from time to time. While not nearly as big a title as the third Cloverfield movie, the latest surprise release, titled Veronica, should be exciting to horror fans.

The movie is the latest from writer and director Paco Plaza, who wrote and directed one of the all-time great found footage flicks, 2007’s [REC].

Continue below for more on Veronica and to check out a couple of trailers if you’re unfamiliar with the film.

Plaza’s latest feature departs from the zombie sub-genre tackled in [REC], and dives into the horrors that can be invited when one attempts to communicate with the dead using a Ouija board.

Here’s more on the film from Film Factory Entertainment:


There is only one thing more chilling than a good scary story: one that is real. Paco Plaza, creator of the highly successful REC horror saga, will petrify us from fear with VERONICA. From the producer of A Monster Calls, the film is based on the only case in history that the Spanish police classified as unexplained and supernatural. To this day, it remains unsolved.

Veronica has taken care of her little brother and sister since the death of their father. One day during a total eclipse of the sun, Veronica and two friends decide to make a Ouija board in order to invoke her father’s spirit. At the very peak of the eclipse, the glass shatters. Veronica enters a kind of trance and passes out, frightening her friends. Veronica recovers and goes home. But there, she starts to pick up on slight changes: objects that move, breathing in the dark”¦ And she’s still unaware of the horrific outcome that awaits her.

Starring in the movie is Sandra Escacena, Consuelo Trujillo, and Ana Torrent.

In addition to writing and directing the original [REC], Plaza also did the same for two of its sequels, [REC] 2 and [REC] 3: Genesis. As for the fourth and latest in the series, [REC] 4: Apocalypse, he was only a producer. Apart from creating the original it was based on, he wasn’t involved with the American remake Quarantine or its sequel, both of which should be avoided like a horde of bloodthirsty zombies.

Veronica is available to watch on Netflix now.


Spain’s answer to The Conjuring will scare the life out of you.

[Source: via Bloody Disgusting]

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