Then it's not really an "upcoming zombie movie" is it ;-P
Oh most definitely, that goes without saying. I'm glad Quarantine 2 isn't a remake of [Rec]2, but went its own way. The only shaky-cam-type stuff used in this one was towards the end, using heat signature goggles-thingie. Not quite as eerie as the green-hued night vision from the first movie, and neither Quarantines were as effective in this regard (or any other for that matter) as either [Rec]s.
I don't really like this idea, since there doesn't seem to be much room for movement on a plane.
It was a bit like Flight of the Living Dead at first, but I'd say about 3/4ths of the movie takes place in a tarmac/terminal setting, after an emergency landing (at the end we find out they landed in Las Vegas).
I haven't seen REC 2, but i take it both movies have now gone their separate ways?
It's not a direct continuation like [Rec]2 was to the first [Rec]. It's more loosely connected, and fleshes out a bit more of the background of the virus.
Yeah, Quarantine 2 has nothing to do with [Rec]2.
Yeah, if you're concerned about action, it really gets going, albeit in spurts, once the plane lands.
There's always been anthology horror/sci-fi/mystery TV series, the most famous being The Twilight Zone. Don't forget George also produced Tales from the Darkside in the 80s.
According to Wikipedia, Quarantine's budget was $12 million, and Quarantine 2's was $3 million with "a limited release in theatres on June 17, 2011. The DVD was released on August 2, 2011 in the United States." So two months after a pretty limited release, the DVD came out.