A mad scientist transferring a dead woman in a freezer with an armed guard on a plane to Paris. After a bit of turbulence, the freezer breaks down and she is awake, then turns into a zombie and starts to infect all on board.
Just when Michael arrives in Berlin to visit his ex-girlfriend Gabi, a terrible virus starts spreading across the city at a rapid pace, turning people into mindless homicidal maniacs. Much ... See full summary »
A scientist accidentally escapes containment aboard a plane during turbulence. After being gunned down by a guard, she reanimates - as a zombie. A U.S. air marshall, along with a police officer, a flight attendant and a handful of passengers who've survived, must ride out the flight just to stay alive.
Kevin J. O'Connor and Erick Avari had previously appeared together in The Mummy(1999) See more »
Almost every time someone has blood on their clothes, the amount changes from scene to scene. In addition to the co-pilot, one of the more noticeable ones is Cara, the girl who throws up in the bathroom. When she comes in she has a tiny amount of blood on her forehead, but after throwing up, she has a large amount of blood on her face. Also, the guy sitting next to her has splashes on his jacket, but right after he has way more. See more »
You know you got the wrong man?
Yeah, that's why Interpol has your face all over the Internet.
It's a classic case of mistaken identity.
Hey, hey. Burrows, you can't treat me like this. I'm not guilty. It's not fair, bouncing me over the world to stand trial here and there for something I did not do. I'm not guilty. I'm not guilty, I have a clear conscience. I'm not guilty.
What is it going to take to convince you that I'm innocent.
An act of god. Now shut up before I make you eat ...
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German release was cut by approx. 2 minutes to secure a SPIO/JK approval. The FSK-16 version (also released with a FSK-18 rating due to included trailers) misses ca. 4 minutes. See more »
Zombies on a Plane - Where's Sam Jackson when you need him?
Zombies on a plane! Sounds like a whole bunch of fun doesn't it? This movie had everything a perfect no-brainer (no pun intended) zombie flick should have. With the classic stereotypes such as hot bimbos and their sport jock boyfriends, a hero cop escorting a prisoner, sexy stewardesses, a black pro-athlete, a bible-clutching nun and off course the evil scientists guilty of it all, I didn't see how this could go wrong. The movie started off pretty good as the first zombies started to pop up but after a while it just got repetitive and boring. The special effects were almost as bad as most of the acting and basically the movie didn't show us anything we haven't seen a hundred times already in this genre, and since when did a zombie get neutralized by a non-head shot! All in all this was a bit entertaining but I hardly doubt I'll ever watch it again. 28 Weeks Later up next!
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