Exorcism at 60,000 Feet

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  • NR
  • 2019
  • 1 hr 36 min
  • 4.2  (716)

Exorcism at 60,000 Feet is a horror-comedy movie released in 2019 starring Robert Miano, Bai Ling, and Lance Henriksen. The film follows the story of a group of passengers on a red-eye flight from Los Angeles to New York who are unknowingly traveling with an ancient evil. This evil presence unleashes a demonic curse which causes all sorts of chaos and panic aboard the plane.

The movie opens with a scene reminiscent of classic horror films, as a group of nuns attempts to perform an exorcism on a possessed man. The man eventually breaks free, throwing himself out of a window and dying in the process. The opening credits then roll, accompanied by a catchy song that sets the tone for the rest of the film.

The movie then introduces its main cast of characters, all of whom are boarding the same plane from Los Angeles to New York. There's Father Romero (Robert Miano), a veteran priest who has performed countless exorcisms; Floyd (Bill Moseley), a flight attendant with a drinking problem; Maria (Ling), a deaf passenger who can lip-read; Bruce (Matthew Moy), a germaphobe; and Jack (Henriksen), a retired pilot who is flying as a passenger. The rest of the passengers are a colorful bunch, ranging from a horny couple to a snobbish businessman.

As the plane takes off, strange things begin to happen. The in-flight movie becomes possessed, showing a demonic figure that taunts the passengers. The drinks and food also become corrupted, with bottles of vodka turning into holy water and peanuts turning into communion wafers. Soon, it becomes clear that the plane is cursed and that the passengers are all in danger.

Father Romero, with the assistance of Jack, takes charge of the situation and attempts to exorcise the demon from the plane. They soon discover that the demon is hiding in the cargo hold, protected by an ancient amulet that was accidentally brought aboard by one of the passengers. The demon begins attacking the passengers, possessing them one by one, and causing mayhem throughout the plane.

The rest of the movie plays out like a classic horror-comedy, with plenty of gore, laughs, and scares. There are scenes of possessed passengers attacking each other, demonic possessions, and over-the-top action sequences. Throughout it all, the cast delivers strong performances, especially Robert Miano as the grizzled priest and Bai Ling as the badass deaf passenger.

While Exorcism at 60,000 Feet is not a perfect movie, it's a fun ride that will entertain fans of horror and comedy alike. The film pays homage to classic horror movies like The Exorcist and Night of the Living Dead while also adding its own unique twist to the genre. The special effects are impressive, and the overall production value is high for an indie horror film.

In conclusion, Exorcism at 60,000 Feet is a solid horror-comedy that delivers plenty of laughs and scares. With a talented cast and a fun premise, this movie is a must-watch for fans of horror and comedy alike.

Exorcism at 60,000 Feet is a 2019 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 36 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.2.

Exorcism at 60,000 Feet
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    4.2  (716)