Now I'm off to watch REC 2...
EDIT: Which I've just finished watching. Not a patch on the original, IMO. It still has it's moments, but they rely more on shock, whereas the original was edge-of-the-seat stuff throughout, and had that prevailing sense of dread. The more you know about the reasons for the infection, though, the less scary it becomes.
There's an okay twist at the end, but that's not enough to redeem it unfortunately. It's just a set-up for another sequel.
Sorry you didn't enjoy Rec 2 as much as I did - I remember really enjoying the opening (revisiting the apartment block from a different point of view), feeling like it sagged in the middle slightly (especially when the group of kids was introduced), but then really coming back strong with that ending (which sets up a very different continuation of the story). I also loved the night-vision twist, particularly the bit with the well.
Finally got around to starting Joss Whedon's "Dollhouse." It's... ok. The problem is that it's terribly inconsistant. Sometimes it's smart and funny, sometimes it's baffling and dumb. And I'm not sure that Dushku and Helo were the two best actors to build a show around. Neither of them has much of a range, which is especially a problem for Dushku who is supposed to play such a huge, ever changing range of character's every episode. She's not terrible, but when stacked up against the actors who play Sierra and Victor who effortlessly play pretty much any character-type that's put in front of them, it's very noticeable that she's not up to the same level that they are.
The over-arching plot is a bit of a problem too. It's quite obvious that most of the plot reveals from the flash-forward episode in season one weren't organically built into the plot, but were "we need some future events to reference... let's make some up! And then kinda sorta lead up to them in season 2... maybe."
Dollhouse is a textbook example of unrealised potential, for me. The first half of season one smacks of studio interference, and the overarching story doesn't really get going until episode 6 or so. And the second season, whilst better, has a sense of desperation about it, because the producers knew its days were numbered. There's a real sense that the show could have been so much more, though. The two Epitaph episodes, in particular, are outstanding, and show what kind of scope the show's larger story could have had if it had been allowed to run for longer.