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Night Flier, The (1997) Horror Movie Review

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Night Flier, The (1997)

Night Flier is like Stephen Kings Langoliers, it is slow but makes you so curious. I thought this movie built up too much suspense that it got to the point that you start screaming to yourself "hurry up already." I thought the movie was interesting, it would have been better if they adapted the book elements to movie concepts. The ending was worth it however if you have the endurance to watch it through. The story is vaguely about a journalist who deals in covering weird stories. He gets assigned to this case and soon becomes obsessed with it. The Night Flier warns him to stay away or the Night Flier will kill him. The journalist is determined to solve the mystery of who is the Night Flier and why does the Night Flier massacre everyone in his path once his plane lands. It is so weird why he flies all day in a little black plane with even the windows painted black. I don’t want to give it away but try to endure this lagging movie, it is worth the time.

Synopsis:

A reporter is on the trail of a vampiric murderer who travels by plane.

About Night Flier, The (1997)

Title: Night Flier, The
Year: 1997
Starring: Miguel Ferrer, April Turner, John Bennes, Rachel Lewis, William Neely, General Fermon Judd Jr., Windy Wenderlich, Jim Grimshaw, Ashton Stewart, Korbi Dean, Kristen Leigh, Simon Elsworth, Matthew Johnson, Julie Entwisle, Terry Neil Edlefsen, Dan Monahan, Joy Knox, Michael H. Moss, Randal Brown, Beverly Skinner, Laurie Wolf, Rob Wilds, Keith Shepard, Richard K. Olsen, Ruth Reid, Elizabeth McCormick, Matt Webb, J.R. Rodriguez, David Zum Brunnen, Robert Leon Casey
Runtime: 94 minutes
Director: Mark Pavia
Reviewer:
Score: 3.5 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users. Reviews: 5.
Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Mystery
MPAA Rating: R



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