Flight 666 (2018)
Passengers and crew on an international flight are attacked by unseen forces that threaten all aboard. As they fight to stay alive, they start to realize that these are actually the spirits of murdered girls determined to stop their killer on board who will do anything to remain free.
REVIEW: Even though Age of Dinosaurs and Zoombies are probably still my personal top favorite Asylum movies, Flight 666 is quite possibly The Asylum's best-made film to date. I probably still wouldn't recommend it to people that are not already Asylum fans or SyFy Original Movie type of fans, but for those that are like me and really genuinely love these types of low budget movies this one really impressed me.
The directing was great, with the background music right up there alongside it, always setting the mood perfectly. The acting from everyone in this was top notch stuff for Asylum and never once took me out, and the special effects were quite well-done.
Not only that, but there was also some genuinely jumpy moments, and while I wouldn't go so far as to say any part of it 'scared' me per sey, there was a definite strong sense of unease and atmosphere throughout the entire thing that was portrayed really well. Even the reveal of the killer that is responsible for these ghosts took me by genuine surprise, after I was positive I had it figured out.
Honestly, even as an Asylum fan, this one just all around took me by surprise as to how well everything was done in it, which seems to be the norm for their releases this year, which is never I'll complain about, especially after two years in a row of mostly disappointing crap from Asylum and only a couple good ones per year.