Flight 7500

4.81 h 19 min2016PG-13
A flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo is rocked by turbulence—and a terrifying force is unleashed in this spine-chilling journey into fear from the director of The Grudge.
Takashi Shimizu
Leslie BibbJamie ChungJerry Ferrara
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Ryan KwantenJohnathon SchaechAmy SmartScout Taylor-ComptonNicky WhelanChristian SerratosAlex FrostRick Kelly
Taka IchiseRoy Lee
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
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3.9 out of 5 stars

1761 global ratings

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Jan ThomasReviewed in the United States on April 6, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Snakes on a Plan has a baby with The Sixth Sense and it kinda looks Langolier-ish.
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First off, I loved this cheesy movie. Worth the 4 bucks. It's a simple and not even all that scary of a movie. No real answers either. Yet the lack of answers hardly even give me a feeling of mystery or intrigue. I just don't care! Why? Because the movie was entertaining and was mild enough not to stress me out. Sometimes ya want a low-key, not taking itself too seriously movie - but still exciting, interesting, and slightly creepy enough to be considered some sort of a horror-thriller-mystery type.

I wish it was about 10-25 minutes longer. A bit more build up. And maybe a few extra erroneous scenes that most others would find pointless. Like character development on someone who really isn't even all that important and disappears 3 quarters through. Yeah... I kinda like that!

Anyway, I enjoyed the hell outta this movie. I cannot give spoilers away. Do not ready any more reviews. Mine will tell you all you need to know! I'm serious, my review needs to get like 47 thumbs up so it can get to the top and everyone can know how absolutely entertaining this fistful of Japanese corn nuts of a ham fest that it is! 4.8 stars. 2 of them are for the one dude's annoying and absolutely gorgeous wife. God... she is absolutely incredible. I wish I could have a wife like that.
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JayReviewed in the United States on April 13, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Creepy flight!
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IMDb lists three running times for this film: 97 mins, 85 mins and 80 mins. Please note the run time listed on this DVD is actually 80 mins. The run time listed here on Amazon as 1 hour 37 mins is incorrect. Apparently the film has been cut and as I write this review, the 97 minute version is unavailable. If anyone knows where to find it, please let me know.

Flight 7500 is a creepy, supernatural slow burn type of horror film. If you're afraid of flying, the impact of this film might be even more frightening. The film even pays a quick homage to the Twilight Zone episode called "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" and is remenicient of that famous Twilight Zone episode.

Flight 7500 takes place during an overnight flight over the Pacific Ocean. The passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force in the cabin. This is a well acted and directed film, but might not be for those who prefer their horror in a more rapid fire style. This is a supernatural ghost story that remains creepy throughout even when little action is taking place on screen. Watching this, one cannot help but think of the still missing Malaysian flight MH370. As I write this review, that plane was never recovered. Those familiar with the news reports of what may have happened on board will know what I mean.

Recommended for those who enjoy a solid, creepy atmospheric ghost story that slowly unravels to it's twist ending.
51 people found this helpful
Paul SchmidtReviewed in the United States on March 26, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Don't waste your time on this (spoilers)
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This is a hot mess of disconnected "scary stuff". Lots of jump scares. Fog...oooh! Throw in a mystic subplot for good measure. The ending does not justify the means at all. And the premise falls apart ignores the fact that in the event of cabin depressurization, protocol requires the pilot to drop below 10000 feet so that hypoxia is no longer an issue. And he did have his oxygen mask on. The acting was decent, the predictable characters were fairly believable, but the story belongs in the toilet that is the star of many scenes.
3 people found this helpful
EinsatzReviewed in the United States on March 28, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
“What do we do with the body?”
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This is a mildly creepy ghost story that almost delivers a few chills intermittently. The plot is fairly basic, strand a bunch of people on a plane bound for Tokyo. Deal with only a few of the passengers, totally ignore the rest. Things begin to happen mid-flight. A mysterious man dies unexpectedly. The plane is struck by turbulence. Odd occurrences are noticed by the select few, so they decide to play Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys by investigating the dead guy’s luggage. All they find are worrisome containers filled with hair, labeled with women’s names. And. They find a sinister doll that chatters and moves of its own volition.

With a little more tinkering, this might have proved a worthy horror flick. As is, it’s a bit on the tepid side, lacking any measurable scares. Still, it has a few moments that I begrudgingly liked.
13 people found this helpful
JulieReviewed in the United States on September 27, 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
I couldn’t even finish watching this movie because it was so bad.
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I couldn’t even finish watching this movie because it was so bad. This was such a bad viewing experience that I began to have minor seizures and my eyes began to bleed. I went to the ER and I was diagnosed with extreme B movie syndrome. I will never fully recover.
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Todd M.Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
This was a pleasant surprise.
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It’s got a lot going for it including good casting, acting, dialog and it was generally creepy. When something evil is on your flight there’s nowhere to run and the claustrophobic confines of a huge plane in the air really added to the tension. Of course it’s not to be believed but that’s why we call it entertainment and this one succeeded in that effort. I didn’t find it all predictable and the plot twist for the ending worked. There’s a scene in it from and old Twilight Zone where a passenger sees something on the wing tearing the engine apart and that somewhat sets up the mood for this one. Add in some creepy elements, a vanishing corpse, a death doll and dead folks and you get what I’d call an enjoyable horror movie that’s somewhat old school in that it doesn’t depend on a lot of gore and violence.
NHMovieLoverReviewed in the United States on July 25, 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
A pleasant surprise for an unknown gem
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I happened to come across this movie by accident. I had never heard of it and took a chance on it to find myself pleasantly surprised. It was edgy and dark and kept me fully engaged. It had a great twist that I really didn't see coming and found myself wowed! Not many movies can surprise me these days but Flight 7500 truly did.
9 people found this helpful
Amber WReviewed in the United States on December 21, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
Pretty good, could have been tighter.
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Not bad. It could have used a little refining in the overall plot, some leads were a little sloppy and some came off as red herrings, even though, in the end, they were relevant.

The characters were all mostly enjoyable, and the pacing was decent. The story was a little light, but still a fun watch. It was a little spooky, not super scary, a few mild jump scares, but nothing overboard, or irritatiing.

Overall, it was a decent movie, with a decent plot, a decent cast, and great pacing. They did a good job using the characters own curiousity to organically explore the story with them, through them, rather than relying on heavy handed foreshadowing.
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