Quarantine 2: Terminal


Action / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh75%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled34%
IMDb Rating5.21019861

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Mercedes Mason Photo
Mercedes Mason as Jenny
Bre Blair Photo
Bre Blair as Paula
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Josh Cooke as Henry
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792.88 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
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1.59 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Prismark103 / 10

Virus on a plane

Quarantine 2: Terminal sees passengers and crew on a flight from Los Angeles get freaked out when a fat guy shows symptoms of a deadly virus and starts puking up. They are forced to land and are quarantined inside an airport terminal.

However the infection spreads as the survivors try to escape from the terminal and the rampaging infected people who have gone rabid.

The film really does not make much logical sense, the first third of the film is set on a plane but wisely leaves the claustrophobia behind when it moves to the airport setting. The story expands to bring in a crazed scientist whose experiments might had created the virus and you certainly will not want to get eye to eye with him.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca4 / 10

Nothing to see here

While QUARANTINE was the American remake of the Spanish zombie film REC, QUARANTINE 2: TERMINAL is not a remake of REC's sequel, REC 2. Instead, it's a stand-alone sequel that sees a group of survivors struggling to cope when one of their number is infected during a routine flight from LAX.

Sadly, QUARANTINE 2 turns out to be as familiar and by rote as you'd expect from this stagnating genre. The whole zombie thing has truly be done to death (or should that be un-death?) these past few years, and nowhere is that more evident than here. In fact, this isn't even the first zombies-on-a-plane film I've watched; I've already had the misfortune of sitting through FLIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, which was equally poor.

Most of the film is set within the bowels of an airport terminal, which just has the normal disused warehouse look to it. The small cast are full of uninteresting characters and the acting is uniformly bland from the entire group. The director has some experience of writing cheesy B-movies but his inexperience behind the camera shows. They also get rid of the whole 'found footage' aspect here, which was a bit disappointing; at least it would have made the attempted scares more immediate.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

great start but still a B-movie horror

The apartment building in Los Angeles is being quarantined. Flight attendants Jenny and Paula arrive at LAX for their next flight. Henry brings an animal carrier onto the plane. The animal inside bites fat passenger Ralph and later he gets sick. He turns violent and they restraint him. As they land, Ralph gets loose and bites Paula. The pilots find airport worker Ed Ramirez but the place seems to be locked down.

The first act is terrific. I love the claustrophobia of an airplane combined with the violence of the infected. I love all the false leads to the infection. It's a great start and a hopeful sign for the movie. Then they get out of the plane and part of the effectiveness is gone. It becomes more or less a B-movie horror. I wish they kept it as a virus on a plane. The baggage handling part of the airport allows for a labyrinthine chase although it's meaningless maze.

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