Flight 7500 departs Los Angeles International Airport bound for Tokyo. As the overnight flight makes its way over the Pacific Ocean during its ten-hour course, the passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force in the cabin.
Two young American women go on a Mediterranean vacation and uncover the watery lair of a killer mermaid hidden beneath an abandoned military fortress. What was once a carefree adventure becomes a deadly fight for survival.
After suffering a tragic loss, a city detective named Michael and his wife move to a small town, where Michael joins the town police force. His first case, involving a missing person, leads him to discover that the town is plagued by a dark supernatural force. Michael will have to summon every ounce of courage in order to fight this darkness before it takes everything from him. Written by
Grindstone Entertainment Group
Dean Cain's not a bad actor but compared to the rest of these clowns, he's due an Academy Award. Patrick Swayze got all the looks and talent in that family if his brother's performance is any indication and Will Wallace was horrible... just horrible. Wallace had two expressions throughout the entire thing: "I want to kill myself" and "I want to kill somebody other than myself." The "acting" was completely over the top and everybody in it had the personality of a psychopath. I'm avoiding spoilers, but if you can make it a half hour into this thing, you'll have seen all you need to see to know it's a waste of your time. Oddly enough, each and every "10 star" rater of this movie has rated exactly one movie: this one. That says it all.
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