The Horror at 37,000 Feet

The Horror at 37,000 Feet

A commercial-jet captain (Chuck Connors) has ghosts on board from stones of an English abbey being shipped overseas.

An architect and his wife are flying from London to L.A. with an altar from an ancient abbey secured in the plane's cargo hold. Also aboard the flight are Buddy Ebsen as a pushy millionaire... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Horror at 37,000 Feet torrent reviews

Edgar S (ag) wrote: not worth watching a waste of time.

Andy A (de) wrote: This is a funny film where two straight male friends sort of dare each other to make a porn film with each other, without being homophobic at all. I think it's mumblecore, and I have seen some mumblecore flicks where I felt hate afterward, and some that I have loved. The Puffy Chair, also starring Duplass, was the first one that blew my mind, and now this is up there with it. I laughed hard several times during Humpday. It's inspired, hilarious (but not in a Farrely Brothers way), and makes me want to make a film that is this good and low-budget. Run-don't walk-to your computer (wait, you must already be there) and put this one into your Netflix queue. (If you don't know mumblecore, research it before you do, so you know not to expect a Hollywood production)

Dane T (ag) wrote: Not completely absorbing but heartfelt.

George G (ca) wrote: Delivered the atmosphere, the story and the Lovecraft Universe almost perfectly, but the bad acting and the stupid looking cgi keep it from being an actually good film. Very interesting though.

Justin E (ca) wrote: Is a comedy or drama = SoapOpera.

Ken S (br) wrote: Hal Ashby directs Peter Sellers in one of the finest performances of his career, as a simple minded mild mannered Gardner named Chance, who becomes the unlikely aid and friend of a wealthy Business man and then a political insider in D.C. after he is forced to leave his home after the man he worked for passes away. It is a little bit satire, slightly fantastic, and highly enjoyable. Hal Ashby is is probably one of the most unsung heroes of cinema from the 1970s. I enjoyed every frame of this, and while I didn't laugh at every moment, when I did laugh it was always a big laugh.

Morgan K (au) wrote: Crow's back in fine form, really enjoyed this one.

RedCrushed T (fr) wrote: I saw this movie on TCM. It was pretty cool. I read that the director, Robert Martin Carroll was ostracized for the film. I read about it on films in review. com