On the last flight of a transatlantic passenger airliner, a priest, a rabbi and the airline crew team together to save a plane from a pandemic of demonic possessions.
Starring: Robert Miano, Bai Ling, Lance Henriksen, Matthew Moy, Bill Moseley, Adrienne Barbeau, and Robert Rhine
Directed by: Chad Ferrin
Written by: Robert Rhine, and Daniel Benton
Plenty of people are scared to fly because so many things can go wrong. Things such as equipment failure, drunk pilots, turbulence, bad landings, kidnappings, zombies, and even snakes. You never know who’s on your plane, and what baggage they have brought with them. In “Exorcism at 60,000 Feet,” Father Romero (Robert Miano) performs an unique exorcism, and wants to bring the body back to Vietnam. So yes, the Father will soon add to the list of things that can go wrong on a plane.
The opening of the film will immediately put fans in the mood for “The Exorcist,” as Father Romero pulls up to a home to perform an exorcism. As quickly as the feeling comes it goes because his form of exorcism involves a special gun, and a bullet to the head of Garvan (Bill Moseley). Soon enough the Father is on a flight to Vietnam with the body on board. Besides the very interesting passengers, everything seems to be as normal as can be until a passenger breaks out a Ouija board that resurrects the demon.
So before we talk more about the horror that’s unleashed, lets talk about this very special set of passengers. This isn’t a flight full of business people, and families. This group might match the likes of passengers from the 1980 movie “Airplane!.” There’s Rabbi Larry Feldman (Robert Rhine), a huge bodybuilder (Luca Pennazzato), a Buddhist (Craig Ng), a woman with her dead dog (Adrienne Barbeau), a mom (Kelli Maroney) and her son with Tourette’s (Sammy The Dwarf), a couple of hot women, a pair of nuns, and several others. Throw in the ridiculous flight crew of Amanda (Bai Lin) and Thang (Matthew Moy) all captained by Captain Houdee (Lance Henriksen).
What a cast of characters, and what hilarious performances they combine to put on. The characters get a little introduction by themselves, but when the demon starts possessing them one by one things get wild. One of the best scenes from both a horror and comedy perspective is a sex scene in the bathroom gone wrong. They do cover their bases with the typical stuff that happens in exorcism movies like heads spinning, cruel demon talk, and they even throw in some green pea soup or something like that vomit! Oh and don’t forget about the dog, or even the pregnant lady!
“Exorcism at 60,000 Feet” is a cross between “Airplane!” and aspects from your favorite exorcism movies. It’s off the chain funny, and nothing is off limits. It’s not afraid to push boundaries and stereotypes to bring the horror and comedy. The mix of characters they’ve created really stands out, and the performances behind them are perfect. This movie might not be for everyone, but it certainly had me laughing and kicking the passenger seat in front of me. I give it 3.5 pools of blood, and hope they return with “Exorcism at 66,666 Feet!”
More info about this film at: http://promotehorror.com/2020/05/08/exorcism-at-60000-feet-is-now-streaming-its-just-plane-crazy/
**There is an after credit scene**