There are ghosts on a plane, and they’re zero too gratified about a four-hour layover! Below you’ll find a trailer for a arriving Thai fear opus “Dark Flight 407″, a film that’s not distinct executive Takashi Shimizu’s “7500″. Both cinema try a abnormal goings-on during a clearly slight moody on a clearly normal airliner, yet this sold try isn’t going for subtlety. You’ll see what we meant shortly.
But first, here’s this accessible synopsis:
Ten years ago, a immature atmosphere hostess, Neuw, miraculously survived a craft crash. Neuw insists that a malicious suggestion caused that accident, yet her faith unsettled those around her and she had to go by a psycho-therapy. Now, a lady is prepared to fly again. But on her initial flight, New is struck by a unfortunate feeling. The craft on that she’s operative looks familiar, and Neuw realizes that it’s indeed a same aircraft that crashed 10 years ago, yet it has been remade and repainted. Gripped by terror, yet there’s zero she can do since a craft has already taken off, along with a same malicious spirits that reside in it. Up in a air, a spirits are dynamic to take her life this time.
Did we discuss that a film will be presented in 3D? we didn’t? Whoops. “Dark Flight 407″ opens in Thai theaters on Mar 22nd, 2012. The trailer, meanwhile, is prepared for takeoff.
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