Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane
At 30,000 feet, there's no where to run.
On a flight from Los Angeles to Paris, a mad scientist on the run from the CIA is transporting a coffin containing the body of a colleague infected with a genetically modified virus. While the 747 crosses a violent thunderstorm, the instability of the aircraft allows the corpse to get out of its container.
Det å se zombier setta tenna I de levende er helt konge! Dette har jeg sagt i alle år, og jeg regner med at jeg kommer til å si det i noen år til. Jeg har alltid elsket filmer om zombier, varulver og vampyrer. La blodet flyte, la kroppsdelene fly vegg i mellom og la det være ekkelt! Det sier vi nå i 2007 ja, men de sa faktisk ikke noen annet når zombie sjangeren fikk sitt gjennombrudd for herrens mange år siden med Living Dead filmene. Og du verden så akkurat dette konseptet har blitt utnyttet, hvilket nummer i rekken med Living Dead filmer vi er oppe i nå er jeg jammen meg ikke helt sikker på, men det…
This movie is flying shit. There is a point in which they blow up a bomb in the plain and it doesnt even ruins the painting.
Aptly named Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane delivers exactly what it says on the tin. Zombies. On a plane. As in not snakes. On a flight to Paris some sort of mad scientist is transporting a coffin that contains a corpse that is infected with some sort of virus. As you’d probably expect, it manages to reach the other passengers.
The opening was not a good start. As the credits started rolling, I was expecting an eerie soundtrack or perhaps some heavy metal. A pop-rock song is what I got instead. A song so poppy that it isn’t really suitable to appear on the soundtrack of a zombie horror movie. A song more suited to a…
Schlimmer Film, aber zwei Sterne für den Unterhaltungswert - denn lustig ist er allemal ;D
To begin; if you're the type of person who immediately asks why a top-secret biohazard-zombie-virus would be transported on a commuter plane, this film is definitely not for you. The first half of this movie was worse than I expected, but then a funny thing happened once the zombies broke out; the movie got funny. Not hilarious, not amazing, just chuckle-worthy. This movie is not good, but with a group of friends it can be enjoyable.
One of the 'so bad it's good' low-budget zombie films, the title says it all - it's a zombie outbreak...on a plane! The CGI effects are crap but the film has heart and is one of the better straight-to-DVD gut-crunchers out there.
If you couldn't tell from the title whether it was Snakes on a Plane with zombies instead of snakes, or whether zombies had learnt to fly....
I'm sorry to disappoint, but it's the former. I'm sure the latter would've made a better film.
As described on the back of the DVD case: "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!"
Hmmm. Yes. Well... I think they're slightly over-selling it a bit, to be honest. Not that I didn't enjoy it, because it was pretty entertaining in spots without being all that original. I've certainly seen worse zombie films before, anyway. I…
Really goofy. As always, loved Kevin J. O'Connor.
Beni from The Mummy is in this. He is still funny. But this movie is just another reason why planes scare the hell out of me. Imagine if the zombie apocalypse actually happened while you were on a plane...