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Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane (2007) 720p YIFY Movie

Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane (2007)

Plane Dead is a movie starring David Chisum, Kristen Kerr, and Kevin J. O'Connor. A fellow scientist accidentally escapes containment aboard a plane during turbulence. After she is gunned down by a security guard, she reanimates as...

IMDB: 5.21 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Horror
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.14G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 89
  • IMDB Rating: 5.2/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 7

The Synopsis for Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane (2007) 720p

A fellow scientist accidentally escapes containment aboard a plane during turbulence. After she is gunned down by a security guard, she reanimates as a zombie, killing and infecting several passengers and crew members on board the flight. A U.S. federal air marshall, along with a police officer, a flight attendant and a handful of survivors, must ride out the horrific flight just long enough to stay alive.

The Director and Players for Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane (2007) 720p

[Director]Scott Thomas
[Role:]Richard Tyson
[Role:]Kevin J. O'Connor
[Role:]Kristen Kerr
[Role:]David Chisum

The Reviews for Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane (2007) 720p

You'll wish it were *just* snakes on a plane!Reviewed byCoventryVote: 7/10

This demented and adorably over-the-top gory zombie flick was presented and introduced here at the Belgian Horror & Fantasy Festival by its writer/creator Scott Thomas. He claims that, in spite of all the obvious plot-similarities with "Snakes on a Plane", his film is definitely NOT a quick cash-in on the huge success of the 2006 summer-blockbuster and that the basic concept and the pre-production phase of "Plane Dead" actually predate "Snakes on a Plane". Well, I don't know if all that is true, but I tend to believe Thomas because he's such a nice guy and he seemed very confident. Moreover, even if "Plane Dead" simply was a rip-off of the popular Sam L. Jackson hit, I still wouldn't care that much, because it's such a tremendously entertaining and enthusiast splatter-flick! As long as you don't expect new and groundbreaking story lines and/or highly intellectual dialogs, "Plane Dead" honestly can't fail to amuse you. In most departments, it's even far better and more appealing to horror fanatics than "Snakes on a Plane", because it's a lot faster, cheesier, gorier and shamelessly features all the standard clichés us genre fans love so much. Safely protected in the cargo-hold of the red-eye flight from L.A. to Paris, a mysterious scientific experiment is transported out of the US by its malicious creators. The unscrupulous Dr. Leo Bennett and his loyal researchers developed a virus that rapidly destroys human DNA, only to revive the infected victim again as a bloodthirsty and unstoppable zombie. He plans to sell his formula to the military in order to create the ultimate soldier, of course, but some unanticipated turbulence and noisy passengers on the 747-flight cause the female "test-case" zombie to resurrect a little early, and she immediately begins to feast her way through crew and passengers. Once bitten, the victim turns into a zombie as well, and pretty soon the plane is overrun by seemingly more zombies than there were passengers in the first place. It perhaps takes slightly too long before the zombies run loose on the plane, but when they do "Plane Dead" turns into a non-stop series of laughs, creative deaths and extreme gore. Apparently, only stereotypes were allowed aboard this flight and it's always a lot of fun to watch those getting killed off one by one. Naturally it's the elderly pilot's last flight before retirement, there's the heroic copper ? who eventually has to save the day - transporting a witty criminal, arguing teen couples, sexy yet empty-headed stewardesses, couples with marriage issues and Tiger Woods' biggest competitor himself! The gore is guaranteed to please people, as the script features several ingenious new methods to kill zombies, like an umbrella through the head, nine-iron golf clubs and of course airplane engines. Be honest, what would you rather get face-to-face with whilst stuck in an inescapable location: ordinary snakes, albeit a little venomous ... or filthy, virulent, ravenous and outrageous zombies? There are quite a few recognizable faces in the cast, like Kevin J. O'Connor (the creep from "Lord of Illusions" and "Deep Rising"), Erick Avari and Richard Tyson. The lines and characters are often very funny, the make-up effects are delightfully campy in an old-fashioned way and there even is an occasional moment of genuine suspense. "Plane Dead" is awesome horror-entertainment and I hope Scott Thomas will enjoy the success he deserves with it.

Why so many hatersReviewed bymy-boomstickVote: 7/10

I will never understand the haters of the zombie genre. Just like romantic comedy these gems are not made for everyone.

The few people who appreciate a good zombie movie will see the originality and joy in this movie. Granted it is not scary..AT ALL and it isn't nearly gory enough, but still this movie deserves its due. It took a concept that has been done to death, people locked in a confined area fighting back a zombie invasion...(Night of the Living Dead being the blueprint) and gave it a twist that I really appreciated.

Being trapped in a confined space with the Zombies, leaving you with zero room to hide and none of that long drawn out psychological mind-screw most films rely on to kill time.

I loved this movie, and if you love zombie flicks, I'm sure you will too.

After Resisting, I Watched It... And Loved It!Reviewed bygavin6942Vote: 7/10

On a flight from Los Angeles to Paris, a mad scientist on the run from the CIA is transporting a special container: a woman infected with a virus that was designed to be a biological weapon. When she escapes her restraints, every man, woman and child is in danger of becoming a flesh-eating member of the mile high club.

What I find interesting about this film is how much I went through great lengths to avoid it. I saw advertisements on the internet and turned away. I saw it at my local video store and couldn't bring myself to rent it (instead picking up "Dead Silence"). My problem was that I figured there's no way you can knock off "Night of the Living Dead" (a classic) and "Snakes on a Plane" (a train wreck) at the same time and possibly have a decent film. Then it shows up in my mail a few days later from my editor, and I am doomed to review it. Giving in to fate (why fight it?) I watched "Flight" the same night... and loved almost every minute of it.

The only connection to "Night of the Living Dead" is the inclusion of zombies. But these are closer to "Return of the Living Dead" zombies, I would imagine, because they are caused by a virus to be used as a weapon by the military, rather than from some alien source (if I recall the mythologies correctly). But it has many of the elements of "Snakes on a Plane" -- only done better. The celebrity (a golf pro), the flight crew, the couple in the bathroom... this film surpasses "Snakes", despite the fact "Snakes" has more nudity and Sam Jackson's immortal line.

The crew and passengers are faced off against the military and zombies, a criminal, as well as a massive storm. So you have a fair share of both internal and external conflicts and threats. Any one of them could kill every one on board. And unlike the snakes, you don't just see another snake every few minutes -- the variety of problems in this film keeps the adrenaline pumping and the suspense at a peak.

There was some subplot about budding romance and another one about cheating lovers. But fortunately these never really go anywhere. I think they would have been distracting and cliché, so I was pleased to see them take a back seat to the action. I like action and I like cogent, clever films... I don't have time for excessive relationships in my horror, thank you.

Let me finish up by saying the blood and gore is pretty darn good. You get your blood, you get your gore. And for the low budget, they do a pretty impressive job with it. Faces half ripped off, body parts missing... jugulars torn from throats. Oh, don't worry. They didn't try to make this half-donkeyed by any means. You get what you paid for -- plenty of zombies overflowing on a plane.

Let down by "Snakes on a Plane"? Love zombies? Love confined spaces to be fighting horrible creatures? Love action? I think you'll really dig this picture. Granted, I was probably partially drunk at the time, but it made my night in a way no other film could have done. It's worth the rent and maybe even the purchase (the two commentary tracks make this three films in one)...

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