Terminal Error

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Terminal Error
Directed byJohn Murlowski
Written byT.L. Petrie
StarringMichael Nouri
Marina Sirtis
Matthew Ewald
Release date
  • April 26, 2002 (2002-04-26)
Running time
90 minutes
CountriesUnited States
United Kingdom

Terminal Error is a 2002 science fiction thriller directed by John Murlowski and starring Michael Nouri, Marina Sirtis, Matthew Ewald and Timothy Busfield.[1][2]


Elliot, a vengeful ex-employee of a computer firm wants revenge and befriends the boss Brad's son Dylan giving him an MP3 file containing a computer virus. This virus creates havoc all across the city by poisoning the water with chlorine, making planes crash and ultimately developing an intelligence of its own. The virus is eventually traced to a server and is terminated by another equally powerful virus created by Brad and Dylan with a Game Boy Color.



  1. ^ "Termial Error trailer". The New York Times. 2002.
  2. ^ "Terminal Error overview". The New York Times.

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