Fatal Error

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Fatal Error
GenreAction
Sci-fi
Based onReaper
by Ben Mezrich
Screenplay byRockne S. O'Bannon
Directed byArmand Mastroianni
StarringJanine Turner
Antonio Sabàto Jr.
Music byRon Ramin
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Producer(s)Rick Arredondo
Randy Sutter
CinematographyDavid Geddes
Editor(s)Peter V. White
Running time91 minutes
Production company(s)Stephanie Germain Productions
Von Zerneck Sertner Films
TBS Superstation
DistributorTBS Superstation
Artisan Entertainment
Alpha Media
Release
Original networkTBS
Original releaseMarch 28, 1999 (1999-03-28)

Fatal Error is a 1999 TBS TV-movie starring Janine Turner and Antonio Sabato, Jr. based on Ben Mezrich's 1998 novel Reaper.

Plot[edit]

A technological nightmare becomes a terrifying reality in this sci-fi-thriller. When a group of computer experts and executives from a high-tech firm based in Seattle die suddenly and unexpectedly during a conference call, Samantha Craig (Turner), a government agent who specializes in disease tracking, is brought in to investigate. Craig finds herself having to work alongside Dr. Nick Baldwin (Sabato), a local physician trying to live down a professional disgrace, and together they make a shocking discovery: a deranged programmer named Ned Henderson (David Lewis) has developed a computer virus that has evolved from destroying databases into an organic virus that can claim human lives. But how would he be able to create such a contagion, and how can it be stopped?

Also starring Robert Wagner and Malcolm Stewart.

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