Reporter Angela Vidal (Jennifer Carpenter) and her camera man Scott Percival (Steve Harris) are on assignment to following a team of Los Angeles firefighters through their normal nightly routine. The two are invited in to film just what goes on in the lives of these hero's every night while most of us are asleep. After shooting a lot of filler material, a call comes in and the team, along with their documenting film crew, race to the scene.
Upon arriving on scene, they are joined by a squad car as they all enter the building to answer the call of an elderly woman screaming in pain. More sirens can be heard arriving in the background but instead of assisting the workers already inside, the immediately start sealing up the building and containing the people inside, along with our fire fighters and camera crew.
Before long, the CDC is called and it's apparent they are not letting anyone out of the building. Something is raging havoc on the tenants of the apartment causing them to become delirious and violent. It seems a even more lethal strain of rabies has developed in the building and no one's leaving alive.
Vertigo Entertainment, Andale Pictures, Sony Pictures
Directors: Drew Dowdle, John E. Dowdle
Writers: John E. Dowdle, Luis A. Berdejo, Paco Plaza
Producers: Sergio Aguero, Doug Davison, Roy Lee