Quarantine 2: Terminal (2011)

IMDb 5.2

“Quarantine 2: Terminal” is a 2011 horror film and the sequel to the 2008 film “Quarantine.” The movie is directed by John Pogue and written by John Pogue and John Erick Dowdle. The film takes place immediately after the events of the first film and follows a group of passengers who are trapped on a plane with a deadly virus.

The movie starts with a flight from Los Angeles to Nashville, Tennessee. One of the passengers on the plane is a veterinarian who has smuggled a sick hamster on board. The hamster turns out to be carrying the same virus that caused the outbreak in the first film. Soon, the virus spreads throughout the plane, causing the passengers to become aggressive and violent.

As the passengers try to survive, they discover that the plane has been rerouted to a government facility for quarantine. The survivors must work together to find a way off the plane and escape the facility before they are all infected and killed.

“Quarantine 2: Terminal” received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its suspense and scares, while others criticized its predictable plot and lack of originality. Despite the mixed reception, the film offers a tense and claustrophobic horror experience and builds upon the events of the first film in an interesting way.

Duration: 86 min.


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