Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane [Import]
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Unholy Terror Is Unleashed In The Skies When A Deadly, Genetically Engineered Virus Is Released Onboard A Transatlantic Flight To Paris In This Heart-Stopping Thrill-Ride Of Terror! When A Scientist On The Run From The Cia Manages To Smuggle A Contaminated Body Onto A Commercial Overseas Flight, The Plane Becomes An Incubator For A Quickly Growing Army Of The Undead. With A Zombie Invasion Spreading Through The Cabin, Only A Handful Of Passengers Remains To Fight Off Their Fellow Travelers And Land The Plane Before It'S Too Late.Dvd Features:Audio Commentarygag Reel
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Anyways, excellent zombie movie, gory, bloody, funny and innovative. Check it out, you won't be disappointed!
Those wacky scientists have been at it again, putting together some kind of malaria virus (which is particularly impressive given the fact that malaria is not caused by a virus at all) that, well, basically kills you in a couple of heartbeats and then brings you back to life. It's just the thing for the military, guaranteeing that you can't keep a Marine down, not even a dead one - and it's also useful for infecting and killing the enemy, as well. It seems that the government isn't too high on the idea, though, and that's why the project's two scientists and project manager leaving the country on board a 747 en route to Paris - along with the freeze dried wife of one scientist and an armed guard to watch over the precious cargo down in the hold.Read more ›
The plane encounters a severe thunderstorm and is rocked all over the place. Sure enough, the container is no longer secure and the person within is brought back to life. First goes the guard . . . then goes everyone else.
Also on board--in coach--is a cop named Truman Burrows (David Chisum) and a criminal, Frank (Kevin J. O'Connor), being transported for trial. Soon these two must set aside their differences if they are to survive this doomed flight.
Outbreak on a plane? You bet.
Big trouble? You better believe it.
The premise for this movie is just plain cool: zombies on a plane (sounds familiar, don't it?). Good stuff. My question going into this was: okay, you got a plane full of zombies, but only so much room. How can you fill a whole movie without people getting slaughtered inside of fifteen minutes? Sure enough, the writers thought of that and managed to at first slowly let the zombies rise then, due to the large plane and various compartments therein, give our main band of heroes some room to run around and not get eaten.
The zombies were scary, especially their eyes. Really good makeup. There was plenty of action and enough blood and guts to make any horror fan happy.
The only thing I thought was kind of week was the pilot's insistence on not setting the plane down once the undead outbreak occurred. Can't you land on more than just a long stretch of road?Read more ›
awhile to get to that point,though.once it does,it basically becomes
barely controlled chaos,mayhem and carnage.this is not a big budget
movie by any stretch,but i think it's played as camp,more than
anything,so the low budget doesn't really matter.there are some very
funny scenes,which i think are intentional.the movie is never
boring.it's even fun at times.the acting won't win any awards,but
basically,it's just a zombie free for all,so there isn't really a lot
of acting required.if you can get around the absurd premise,and if
you're a gore hound,this could be the movie for you.for me,even though
i enjoyed it,there were some moments that were a bit too sick for me.as
a result, i would have to give Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a
Plane a 2.7/5