With Quarantine 2: Terminal gearing up for an August 15th UK DVD release, a horde of the undead are being invited to a special first screening of the flick in London – and we have five pairs of tickets to give away! Read on!
We're getting closer and closer to Quarantine 2: Terminal (review here) making its home video debut, and to celebrate its arrival, we have the official artwork and everything else that you need to arm yourself against the infected!
If you're one of the few lucky folks that can find Quarantine 2: Terminal (review here) playing theatrically near you right now - head to the theatre and enjoy! For the rest of you, we've nailed down several exclusive stills. Dig it!
This Friday John Pogue's nifty little horror sequel Quarantine 2: Terminal (review here) will be hitting a limited amount of theatres theatrically and we have a couple of new stills to get you primed for the latest go around with the infected!
Any fans out there chomping at the bit to catch Sony's upcoming direct-to-video sequel, Quarantine 2: Terminal during its small theatrical window? Anyone? There has to be someone out there looking for a second dose of bio-zombie mayhem, so come on in and figure out how far you've got to drive to catch it.
Just in time for its limited theatrical release this weekend, we've gotten a chance to dig on Quarantine 2: Terminal and bring you some surprising results. Read on for the verdict! Quarantine 2: Terminal stars Mercedes Masohn, Josh Cooke, and Bre Blair. Look for it to hit home video later this year sporting some extra gooey effects work from Rob Hall!
Finally some official artwork has come our way for Quarantine 2: Terminal, which makes its theatrical debut next week, and we have it for you here along with news on how you can take in a screening for free should you be in the Los Angeles area.
In a surprise move it turns out that Quarantine 2: Terminal will be headed to the big screen before making its way home to Blu-ray and DVD sometime thereafter. When, you ask? Look for the flick in theatres on June 17th. Short notice? Yes. Still something is better than nothing, right?