In Stores October 2nd, don't bother looking for the exit row. There is no escaping the blood thirst of the undead as the horrifying thriller, Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane, arrives on DVD from New Line Home Entertainment on October 2, 2007. To celebrate the release of this cinematic, flying bloodbath we are giving away copies of it to our users.
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Don't bother looking for the exit row. There is no escaping the blood thirst of the undead as the horrifying thriller, Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane, arrives on DVD from New Line Home Entertainment on October 2, 2007. On a routine flight from Los Angeles to Paris, a mad scientist on the run from the CIA brings aboard top secret cargo - a corpse infected with a deadly, genetically engineered virus. When the plane hits turbulence, the flesh-eating zombie breaks free and spreads its disease throughout the cabin. With no government allowing the infected plane to land, the terrified passengers are stranded in the air. The clock is ticking as fuel begins to run out, and the passengers must fight for their lives against the ravenous tormentors before they are all turned into the living dead! Buckle up for first class DVD "upgrades" including commentaries with the director Scott Thomas and producer David Shoshan. Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane will be available at a $19.97 SRP, and the order due date is September 4, 2007.
On a flight from Los Angeles to Paris, a renegade scientist, on the run from the CIA, has smuggled a secret coffin containing the body of a scientist infected with a deadly genetically engineered virus. The 747 jumbo jet collides with two massive thunderstorms at once, dropping it into the eye of an inescapable storm. The non-stop turbulence triggers the release of the infected flesh-eating "corpse" from the cargo hold. A life and death battle ensues as the virus turns the unsuspecting passengers into the undead and the terrified uninfected passengers try to survive the flight they now wish they missed. Now, no government will allow the infected aircraft to land. Stranded in the air, the passengers have no place to hide from flying the deadly skies.
- Feature commentary with director Scott Thomas and producer David Shoshan
- Feature commentary with IGN.com editors
- Outtakes reel
- Aspect Ratio: 16x9 widescreen (1.85) version of the film
- Audio: English Dolby Digital 5.1 and English 2.0 Stereo Surround / English DTS-ES 6.1 Discrete Track
- Subtitles: English & Spanish
- Total Run Time: 94 Minutes
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