Thank God somebody stopped this movie from coming out in theaters. Flight of the Living Dead is one of the worst zombie movies I’ve seen. I hated Zombie Honeymoon but Flight of the Living Dead makes that movie seem so much better, you’d forget that Zombie Honeymoon was considered a drama movie. Honestly why would you want to make a movie with zombies on a plane?
The plot doesn’t even matter to tell the truth. Some mad scientist is on the run from the CIA so he took the plane from Los Angeles to Paris. His luggage is one coffin that contains an infected colleague with a modified virus. Of course a thunderstorm occurs and the infected person is out and everyone on the plane is in danger.
Snakes on a Plane
did this, but at least that movie had good actors, mainly Samuel L. Jackson, and the plot was much better. Flight of the Living Dead’s plot is terrible. This scientist is on the run but he has a guard watching the coffin. I guess if you are on the run you have a shit load of money to spend. Even though this bothered me the most here comes the worst part of the movie. This virus is comes from a new strain of the malaria virus. Malaria is caused by plasmodium, a protozoan parasite, which is not a virus. So in the real world there should be nothing wrong with anybody, zombies don’t exist in the movie.
Flight of the Living Dead steals ideas from both Snakes on a Plane and the Resident Evil video games. This isn’t an original idea here, but they were original on how people got shot with guns. What do I mean by this? Whenever somebody gets shot there are computerized bullet holes on that person and they never want to stay with that person whenever they fall down or move. That is original, nice job with that one. Other parts are just as bad too, from the acting to more goofs.
If zombies ever attack a plane don’t panic because all they do is jump out from a giant hole. Zombies have super strength, they have punch giant holes through thick steal. After that happens just stay away, these bastards jump as far as Michael Jordan. One second you are trying to save your loved one ...