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'Quarantine 2: Terminal' will be landing soon and a batch of new stills have arrived online. The (required?) follow-up to the more than disappointing 2008 English-speaking remake of brilliant Spanish horror '[Rec]' is currenly in post-production and moves the action from the apartment building to a flight boarding at Lax. So you'll be happy to know it's not just a straight remake of '[Rec 2]'. Check out the new blood-stained stills below. 'Quarantine 2: Terminal picks up later that night at Lax, as passengers board a flight to Nashville. When a passenger becomes violently ill with a mysterious rabies-like virus, the plane makes an emergency landing at a large metropolitan airport. Jenny (Mercedes Masohn, CBS's 'Three Rivers'), a heroic yet inexperienced flight attendant, takes charge of the safety of her passengers. Relieved when a swarm of heavily equipped emergency vehicles, police units and the Cdc arrive, »
Quarantine was a fairly faithful Americanized adaptation of the Spanish horror hit [Rec], aside from the drawn out intro at the firehouse and the decision to replace the supernatural element with super rabies. While [Rec 2] is currently scaring audiences, the makers of Quarantine 2: Terminal have come up with their own ideas rather than just a sequel to a remake that would also be a remake of a sequel.
Lightning Entertainment wrapped production last week on the follow-up to Quarantine written and directed by John Pogue, the scribe responsible for Ghost Ship, the universally reviled Rollerball remake, and all three movies in The Skulls franchise, and boasting make-up effects courtesy of Rob Hall, whose work can also be seen in the first Quarantine as well as the remake of The Crazies.
Quarantine 2: Terminal tells the horrifying tale of the Dread Central staff as they fight for their lives to escape a »
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