DVD 7500

DVD 7500
DVD 7500
Run time: 97 min
Rating: 6.5
Genres: Action | Horror | Mystery
Director: Takashi Shimizu
Writers: Craig Rosenberg
Stars: Leslie Bibb, Ryan Kwanten, Amy Smart
Storyline
On May 12th, Vista Pacific Flight 7500 departs Los Angeles International Airport bound for Tokyo. The take-off is routine but what transpires over the next ten hours is anything but ordinary. As the overnight flight makes its way over the Pacific Ocean, the passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force in the cabin. Written by Anonymous
Plot Keywords: supernatural force, passenger, ghost
Details:
Country: Japan, USA
Release Date: October 2014 (UK)

3 Comments

  1. There were some good elements that were original. Some things were inexplicable but were well resolved at the end. The characters were well developed for an inside-plane movie and there was an ineffable sense of mystery. The characters in fact needed to be interesting and they were. I thought the trip should have started in Japan to provide a contrast and some extra interest at he beginning. The trip would have been better departing Tokyo and proceeding to the States. Actually it would have been good to see a few more Japanese characters in it since it could have helped make it an extraordinary movie rather than just a competent movie. I am being careful not to write spoilers. I will mention that a couple of the devices had been used before and one or two of them had been used a couple of times too often before. Overall though I have a clear conscience in telling you that you are not wasting your money; but its not an extraordinary movie despite some very good elements and it is adequately entertaining.

  2. Well, it was worth it. I first heard of it back in 2012 when I was still in High School and I immediately thought, "Grudge on a Plane". I waited till it was August, and then no release. So I again waited till October 2013, still no release. Earlier this year, when that Malaysian air plane that went missing, I thought the filmed would be shelved permanently!! So when my friend whom I share a deep connection to horror films with found out there was going to be a local screening, she immediately called me up. I was sooo stoked!!!! We grab our shoes and headed straight out the door. We finally sat in our seats after being searched for camera's and such and enjoyed the 10 min previews up to the movie.

    So about the movie: It's exactly what you expect from a horror movie on a plane. I loved all the actors, even the smaller characters as well. Everyone did their best as they try and figure what the F is going on here. Is it a ghost? Monsters? Hijackers? or something completely different? Well, I was surprised with the ending of this movie to be honest. It kind of threw everything out the window. It was the only thing that could have killed the movie for me, thankfully it made sense so it didn't. It's a little more slow burn, but if you can enjoy it for what it is, I think you'll like it. Also, I love that this is not filmed like a self-shot movie.

  3. THIS POST MAY NOT OR MAY HAVE CONTAIN SPOILERS!!!

    So today I was one of the very lucky movie ducks to see 7500 here in the US. It actually opened some part of the US! I was so excited to see the movie because we waited this for 3 years!the movie is a one of the best film of Mr. Shimizu! And some goofs in the movie but I don't want to spoil you but if you like just DM me. The movie is kinda related about the missing Malaysian Airlines flight and maybe that is the reason why CBS films delayed it. Like I said the the movie is very depressing and will stick to you in the end worth the watch and very entertaining though but I don't get it if the movie is a ghost on plane because the guy from the trailer who cant breathe is the one who creeps everyone out! What a sad ending and movie 🙁 I hope you like my review 🙂

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