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  • Actors: Daniel Hendler, Yayo Guridi, Jazmin Stuart
  • Directors: Nicolas Goldbart
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: The Collective
  • DVD Release Date: October 4, 2011
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0055CP9SQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,672 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Coco just moved to his new apartment with his 7-months-pregnant wife Pipi, when their building is quarantined due to the outbreak of a deadly flu. Soon, neighbors become enemies and Coco is forced to join forces with the loony, but well prepared and stocked, Horacio to defend the contents of his fridge and keep his pregnant wife safe. Meanwhile, outside the quarantined building, the world as they know it is disappearing. No wonder no one came when they dialed 911.

Customer Reviews

There are no razors to shave with.
Ellen P. Lafleche-christian
One of which is the many plot holes in the story that don't seem quite so glaring as I'm sitting and watching, but which jump out after thinking about it later.
Bryan Byrd
This was a movie that depended on good acting and good scripting.
Robert E. Rodden II

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ellen P. Lafleche-christian on October 22, 2011
Format: DVD
Coco (Daniel Hendler) and his pregnant wife Pipi (Jazmin Stuart) live in an apartment building in Argentina. They have a life pretty much like every one else. Coco is rather annoying in a lazy, have your wife do everything for you kind of way. They have the typical married couple spats. One day, they go grocery shopping together to stock up on groceries. While there, they see a huge rush of people running into the store to shop. One the way home, they see signs of chaos in the streets but they are more concerned with their petty bickering than what's really happening. They return to the building and their apartment unknowingly while the world around them falls apart. While making dinner, the phone rings and they're told to have one person go downstairs to the lobby.

When they arrive, they are told that the entire building has been quarantined because of a deadly virus that is sweeping the world. Men in hazmat suits outside the building inform them should stay in their apartments and avoid contact with neighbors. No one can leave the apartment building. As expected, some people have more or less resources stored for this emergency and no one is allowed to go out and get more food, etc. Because Coco and Pipi have just returned from the store, they have more supplies than many.

Neighbors start to turn against each other because some have food and supplies and some don't. The situation is made even worse because they have no access to internet and their phones are not working. There is one visit by the Ministry of Health who has no idea how long it will last and says people are dropping like flies.

Pipi doesn't take any of this seriously and offers out their supplies to neighbors.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on July 24, 2012
Format: DVD
Phase 7 is a survival/black comedy film. An epidemic has occurred and an apartment building is quarantined until further notice. Consequently, paranoia slowly begins to build and the tenants turn against each other. I really enjoyed Phase 7.

What did I like? The mixture of survival and dark comedy works well in this movie. I laughed plenty of times and it didn't try hard to be funny. The acting was fine, as well, and I really enjoyed the music. I personally thought it was shot very l well; particularly, I enjoyed the scene where they have a shootout at the parking garage and they only have a green glow stick to illuminate their target. By the way, although it may sound similar because of the different summaries floating around, this movie is not similar to [Rec]; they are both in Spanish and take place in apartment buildings, but those are the only similarities, in case you're wondering.

What did I dislike? The pace started to slow down towards the end, which wasn't necessary. Also, Coco and Pipi were annoying at times. Some of it was a little illogical and it doesn't use its characters to the fullest.

Overall, I recommend Phase 7. It's a dark and entertaining film. If you're interested, Phase 7 is available on Netflix Streaming as of 7/24/12.

Phase 7 has strong blood and gore. No sex or nudity.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By specialkrp on November 1, 2011
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Phase 7 is not a horror film but what would happen if an outbreak was to happen outside and you have to stay in an apartment complex where you live and what the residents would do to each other to survive. Definitely worth checking out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Beveridge HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on April 27, 2012
Format: DVD
<strong>Fase 7</strong> (Nicolás Goldbart, 2011)

Any movie that opens with its protagonist wearing a Stormtroopers of Death T-shirt is pretty much guaranteed to get a pass from me. Any movie like that that's been marketed to me as a new <em>[REC]</em> I'm going to check out immediately. Now that I've watched it, I'll tell you that the <em>[REC]</em> comparison begins and ends with the conceit that the characters are quarantined in an apartment building. No zombies to be found here, folks. Not that that makes it any less watchable. In fact, I enjoyed it more than either <em>[REC]</em> entry we've gotten so far, zombies or no zombies. It's fast, witty, and a great deal of fun.

Plot: Coco (<em>The Lost Embrace</em>'s Daniel Hendler, the S.O.D. Fan) is a typical lower-middle-class layabout, a little spacey, laid-back, a "can't we all just get along?" kind of guy. He's trying to shake himself into a more connected existence, though: his wife Pipi (<em>Ciudad del Sol</em>'s Jazmín Stuart) is pregnant, and he's trying to get his head around the idea that he will soon have a kid. It doesn't seem to be working; in the opening sequence, he and Pipi are making a grocery store run, and both of them seem entirely oblivious to the fact that everyone around them is panic-buying. Once they get home, we find out why: there's a very nasty flu epidemic going around, and the government is making moves to start quarantining people. "For the flu?", I hear you asking. Well, this isn't Wayne Simmons-variety flu, but it's pretty nasty. The government has a threat-level-style infographic that pops up in PSAs, ranking the flu threat from Phase 1 to Phase 6, and as the movie starts, they've already got it jacked up to Phase 5.
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