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Terminal Legacy

USA 2012
produced by
Brian Smith, Danielle E. Campbell, Brian Kazmarck, Kazy Tauginas, Christophe Lepage, Michael Simmons (executive), Michael Emmaus (executive), Russell Southam (executive), Mike Altmann (executive) for Open Fire Films, New Lease Films
directed by Brian Kazmarck
starring Cuyle Carvin, Kazy Tauginas, Whitney Kirk, Tationna Bosier, Victor Verhaeghe, Bristol Pomeroy, Sally Greenland, Michael Simmons, Elise Rovinsky, Corey Scott Rutledge, Lawrence Ballard, Renan Kanbay, Michael Markham, Joe Osheroff, Kevin Laibson, John Emmett Whitney, Israel David Groveman, Dion Green, Isaac L. Hicks III, Tom Craig, Mervyn Morris, Matt Block, Steve Clark
story by Brian Kazmarck, Kazy Tauginas, screenplay by Brian Kazmarck, music by Benjamin Pedersen, stunts & fight choreography by Michael Simmons, Kazy Tauginas, special effects makeup by Elissa Ruminer, visual effects by Christos Voutsinas

Terminal Legacy

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Jordan (Kazy Tauginas) and Lindsay (Tationna Bosier) are test subjects in a top secret gouvernment-backed experiment to find a cure for pretty much everything through DNA-reconfiguration. But then something goes wrong, and all test subjects now find themselves on the run from the guards who up until recently guarded the lab. Nobody knows what's going on for certain, but it seems there's something in the air - why else would all the guards wear gas masks?

Weeks later, whatever it was that was in the air in the lab seems to have since escaped, and it's slowly infecting certain people with violent rage. Will (Cuyle Carvin), one of the doctors of above mentioned experiment, has provided for himself and his wife (Whitney Kirk) though and has turned his home into a safe haven. But all his precautions are no protection against the gouvernment agents looking for him - and Jordan, who comes after him with a vengeance ...


Terminal Legacy is actually a pretty good piece of anti-utopian science fiction of the experiment-gone-wrong variety, basically because its story is really well thought-through and inventively structured, and while its premise is very much on the brainy side, it offers plenty of suspense, action and shocks to entertain throughout, which is of course helped by a dynamic directorial effort and a very solid cast.

Really worth a watch!


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