Quarantine 2: Terminal- August 1st

Quarantine 2: Terminal (2011)
English- Horror
Rated “R”
Runtime- 86 min.
dir. John Pogue

Okay, so I haven’t seen the original Quarantine, so I thought it would be another interesting experiment to see a sequel without seeing it’s precursor.

I don’t think even seeing the first one would have made Quarantine 2 any better. It just isn’t very good to begin with, so I can’t imagine that seeing the first crappy movie would have made the second less crappy.

Story/Writing: .5/2

Yup, I care for some random stewardess who I just met.  Random unexplained mutant virus! OMG!

Acting: .5/2

You know how most bad horror movies are made fun of for their flat acting, and their pandering to all body shapes and skin colors. This movie is one of the reasons why.  You couldn’t purposefully supply better ammunition.

Photography/Set: 1/2

The on-location shooting is pretty cool, it’s too bad the cinematography looks dreadful.

Sound/FX: 1/2

Meh. Standard fare for a movie like this. Nothing really outstanding to put it above the rest of the massive amount of horror movies out there.

Misc: .5/2

Even 86 minutes can feel like a decade.

VERDICT: 3.5/10


*sigh* There’s going to be a sequel.  Of course.


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