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Quarantine 2: Terminal (2011)

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A plane is taken over by a mysterious virus. When the plane lands it is placed under quarantine. Now a group of survivors must band together to survive the quarantine.


John Pogue (as John G. Pogue)


John Pogue (screenplay) (as John G. Pogue), John Erick Dowdle (motion picture "Quarantine") | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mercedes Mason ... Jenny (as Mercedes Masöhn)
Josh Cooke ... Henry
Mattie Liptak ... George
Ignacio Serricchio ... Ed
Noree Victoria ... Shilah
Bre Blair ... Paula
Lamar Stewart ... Preston
George Back George Back ... Ralph
Phillip DeVona ... Nial
Julie Gribble Julie Gribble ... Susan
Erin Áine ... Nicca (as Erin Smith)
Lynn Cole Lynn Cole ... Bev
Tom Thon ... Doc
Sandra Ellis Lafferty ... Louise (as Sandra Lafferty)
Tyler Kunkle Tyler Kunkle ... Hvorst


In Los Angeles, the police put a residential building in quarantine. Meanwhile, the flight attendants of Trans Sky Air, Jenny and Paula, are welcoming the passengers of flight TS Air 318 from Los Angeles to Kansas City with Captain Forrest and Co-Pilot Wilsy. Teacher Henry brings a cage of hamsters to the cabin, but Jenny tells him that it should be transported in the cargo hold. However, one hamster bites the fingertip of the fat passenger Ralph. Soon, Ralph vomits and becomes aggressive, attacking Paula. The male passengers help Jenny and lock Ralph in the bathroom while Captain Forrest requests an emergency landing. When they land in the airport, they find all the gates closed and the Captain heads the plane to an abandoned terminal. Employee Ed helps the crew and passengers to reach the exit, but they find that they are closed. Soon they discover that the place is in quarantine and there is no way out. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


The most deadly mutant virus just went airborne and escape is not an option.


Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody horror violence, terror, language and brief sexual content | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Although the first film of the franchise was a remake of the Spanish film REC (2007), Quarantine 2 has no relation to any of the REC films and has an entirely different plot and setting. See more »


(at around 22 mins) Shilah (Noree Victoria) gives Paula (Bre Blair) a shot in the plane after she is bitten, saying that the shot is lidocaine and is a sedative. Lidocaine is actually used as a local anesthetic and as an antiarrhythmic drug, not a sedative. See more »


[first lines]
Pilot: L.A., this is Flight 734. We need a runway 26L.
Controller: Roger that, 734. You're clear on 26L.
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Referenced in Phelous & the Movies: Crocophile 2 (2011) See more »


Last Trip
Written by Julie Gribble/David Blair
Performed by Julie Gribble
Courtesy of Reunion Detour Records
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User Reviews

It lacked new ideas...
9 July 2011 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

Well, "Quarantine 2: The Terminal" was nothing like "Rec 2".

It was a really good thing that they had not chosen to do yet another frame by frame remake of the original Spanish "Rec 2", as they did with "Rec" which turned into "Quarantine". The way Hollywood need to Americanize and turn foreign successful movies into American adoptions is just beyond my comprehension. Anyway, thankfully they had decided to go a total different way with "Quarantine 2: The Terminal" contra "Rec 2".

There wasn't much new thinking to this movie, which made me wonder, was this movie really necessary? Basically you have the same ingredients from "Quarantine", just set at a different location - this time being an airplane and an airplane terminal. And with most of the movie filmed in the dark and in maintenance area, it seemed like they had taken that from the "Resident Evil" movie and just realigned it for usage in this movie. It was very unoriginal and very unnecessary.

Now, moving on, the story itself was not bad, actually was an adequate continuation of the story told in "Quarantine". And the characters were good and believable, and were played well enough as well. I just had a problem with the lack of lighting in the movie. I hate horror movies that are shot almost completed in the dark. It is so 80's and so annoying.

I was not familiar with any of the people in the movie, and I think it is nice to see a movie being made without major Hollywood names on the cast list to lure you in. And with the cast they had put together here, they actually made to get a good end result with the acting.

Personally I am more of a fan of horror movies in their original versions and languages, be it Spanish, Japanese, Korean, etc. The way Hollywood need to cash in on the success of foreign movies ticks me off. Mostly the results of the movies turns out to be an insult to the original language version. "Quarantine 2: The Terminal", however, was as far from "Rec 2" as could be, and as such, it was not a bad experience. It was an overall average horror movie, though it lacked new ideas and concepts, it was all a bit too old and stale - used before.

"Quarantine 2: The Terminal" will be a good addition to the "Quarantine" series if you liked the first one. If you, like me, prefer the original Spanish "Rec" movies, then "Quarantine 2: The Terminal" doesn't come up to the knees of those. But for an Americanized version, it wasn't too shabby.

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Release Date:

17 June 2011 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA See more »


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$4,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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