May 18, 2016 Flight 7500 (Movie Review)
For these naïve flyers, The Mile High Club took a whole new meaning filled with terror and thrills. Director Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge 2004, The Grudge 2 2006) took us on a suspenseful plane ride with 2014’s Supernatural Horror film Flight 7500. The plane’s roster included an array of A-list actors such as Ryan Kwanten (Summerland 2004, True Blood series) as Brad, Amy Smart (The Butterfly Effect 2004, Crank 2006) as Pia, Leslie Bibb (Iron Man 2008, Law Abiding Citizen 2009) as Laura, Jamie Chung (Sin City: A Dame to kill For 2014, Big Hero 6 2014) as Suzy, Scout Taylor-Compton (Halloween 2007, The Runaways 2010) as Jacinta, Nicky Whelan (Hall Pass 2011, The Wedding Ringer 2015) as Liz, along with Jerry Ferrara (Entourage series, Lone Survivor 2013) as Rick, Christian Serratos (Twilight 2008, The Walking Dead series) as Raquel, and Alex Frost (Drillbit Taylor 2008, The Vicious Kind 2009) as Jake. Finally, after much anticipation, Flight 7500 was released select theaters. Lasting 97 minutes, Flight 7500 only grossed an estimated $2.8 million at the Box Office, but now hopes for more flight after being released on DVD April 12th via Lionsgate.