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Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

3.6 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: New Line Home Video
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000TUDIL4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 190,142 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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I'll freely admit to buying this film purely on the strength of the title. Having purchased (and enjoyed) various other films that end in "of the Living Dead" I thought I'd add this one to my collection.

Its awful. But in a good way. The plot is a joke, something about a deadly virus (surely not?) being transported on a charter flight, which goes horribly wrong. The upshot of all this is that there is an outbreak of zombie-ness on a Trans-Atlantic passenger flight. And here begins the fun. Awful acting, ridiculous situations (there are regular shoot outs on this flight, the plane's hull isn't so much as blemished from a bullet) and average special effects.

So what is there to like? Whoever made this film has a sense of humour. They must have. Its fun. It's just a good laugh. If you buy it thinking you are getting a genuine horror classic, then you'll be sorely disappointed. If you buy it, looking for a film to poke fun at, and have a good laugh to, you'll be highly rewarded.

I mark it down as it takes about 20 minutes for the first bit of blood letting. Watch with friends so you can mock it.
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Imagine if you will a cross betweem all those Airport films of the 70's and cross it with Return of the Living Dead and you have Flight of The Living Dead.
The story concerns a bunch of people (Passengers, Pilots and Stewardess's) trapped onboard a plane gradually filling up with the recently deceased. The story if full of all your disaster movie regulars (Stewardess in love with pilot, older pilots last flight before retirment,a young couple with marital problems, policeman with convict, even a nun!)
I prefer this to Snakes on a Plane even though I love that movie too. Well worth watching with friends for a good light fun horror film.
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For Lovers of Zombie movies... if you love the Zombie genre as much as I do then you will be sure to love this film.

Flight of the Living Dead is an inspired idea, zombies on a plane...

The zombies are fast and reminisant of the ones in Quarantine (Rec).

I have seen a lot of zombie movies over the years from the earliest (White Zombie, Night of the Living Dead etc.) through the dodgy 70's and 80's (Zombie Flesh eaters & Return of the living dead) into the 90's and 00's right up to the current stock (Quarantine & Dance of the Dead) This movie wouldn't make it into the top ten WORST zombie movies.

But it did make it into my 'got to buy' list
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A plane is travelling from Los Angeles to Paris. Its also got something dangerous in the cargo hold, something that gets released during a storm. Soon the passengers and crew are fighting for their lives as ever increasing hordes of zombies munch their way through the remaining unaffected on board.
Well thats basically the plot. Its really a mixture of all those Airport movies of the 1970's(theres a professional golfer on board, the pilots making his last flight, the usual cheating couples) and standard zombie fare. It doesnt break any new ground, is cheesy as hell, but also happens to be very, very entertaining.
Whilst its no Dawn Of The Dead, it does engage the viewer, and I know it sounds crazy, but you do care what happens to the remaining passengers. The standout performance comes from Kevin J. O'Connor who is his usual entertaining self as sarcastic know it all felon Frank, constantly coming out with pithy comments. The special effects are excellent too.
A very entertaining ride. 4 out of 5
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I absolutely freakin' love this movie. My best zombie-loving bud only gave it two stars, but it's five stars all the way from this reviewer. It has pretty much everything I want in a zombie film: zombies running absolutely amuck (no wasting time staggering around waiting for a victim to come their way), plenty of blood and gore, great special effects, some well-timed hilarity, and an assortment of hot chicks. Put a check by each line in the zombie flight summary of Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane (also known as Plane Dead). And don't go chanting Snakes on a Plane rip-off at me because the concept of this film reportedly predated that of Snakes on a Plane and, more importantly, this is a much more entertaining movie. Let's face it; if there's anything harder to deal with than snakes on a plane, it would have to be a quickly multiplying number of vicious zombies on a plane. Even first-class ticket holders can forget all the niceties when carnivorous cadavers come to play.

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.
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