29 October 2017

5+ Scary Airplane Horror Movies to Watch on Halloween

5+ Scary Airplane Horror Movies to Watch on Halloween

Halloween is a holiday that celebrates both creativity and fear. It is one of the events that are enjoyed by both children and adults. Although pilots are essentially brave and courageous by default, we want you to have a little dose of spice during this spooky occasion. The Air Navigation team has curated a list of airplane movies from the Horror, Mystery, Adventure, Suspense, and Thriller genres designed to make you feel or think about the improbable. Even though not all of these are movies are exclusively shot and set on a plane, these make a good movie marathon selection.

Here are scary airplane movies to watch on Halloween:

407 Dark Flight 3D (2012)

Also known as Ghosts on a Plane, a Thai horror movie directed by Issara Nadee. Dark Flight is set on a passenger plane that is haunted by vengeful ghosts that lure the passengers into going insane and murderous.

Thai horror films (like Coming Soon) are infamous for being nightmarish and scary. On its first weekend, Dark Flight was the second-highest-grossing feature in Thailand, only beaten by The Hunger Games.

Airborne (Come Die with Me)

is a British horror film written by Paul Chronnell and directed by Dominic Burns. On a flight from London to New York, passengers start to disappear one by one. Murder is discovered, the plane goes off course and tensions rise on the control tower when the aircraft drops off the radar and loses communication. Confusion and mayhem engulf the plane as people go missing, turn up dead or seemingly insane. Remaining survivors have to figure out the flight before it's too late.

Flight Plan (2005)

Flightplan is a 2005 German-American mystery-thriller film directed by Robert Schwentke, starring Jodie Foster. It's a film about Kyle Pratt, an American aircraft engineer who lived in Berlin, Germany with her husband and daughter. When her husband dies, they decide to travel to the United States with her daughter and the casket containing her spouse's body. While on the flight, her daughter disappears and when the crew informs her that her daughter's name is not in the flight manifesto, her sanity is put into question.

Red Eye (2005)

Red Eye is an American thriller that was directed by Wes Craven in 2005. It stars Rachel McAdams who was blackmailed by a terrorist while aboard a red-eye flight to Miami. This gripping thriller showcases a woman who must find a way to outsmart her captor so that she could keep her father and a politician from dying.

Flight 7500 (2014)

Flight 7500 is an American supernatural horror film that is set on a passenger plane from Los Angeles to Tokyo, that meets an unexpected circumstance. Follow the characters as they deal with circumstances beyond their control, and the frightful encounters along the way.

Panic Button (2011)

Panic Button is a horror-thriller British independent film, that mainly revolves around the private jet trip of 4 winners to New York, courtesy of a social media company. The movie shows the frightening effects of the online community, as well as human nature when facing peril.

If you've already finished watching all of the movies mentioned above, here's a bonus! This opening scene is one of the most thrilling action sequences set on a plane. Take a look at this opening clip from Mission Impossible Rogue Nation starring Tom Cruise.

Which movie did you like best? Are there other plane movies you recommend? Comment them below!

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