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Flight Fright (2015)

A nervous airline passenger starts to see strange things after taking nerve medicine.


James Politano


James Politano (story), James Politano
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eddie Deezen ... Nervous Airline Passenger
Gerald Dewey Gerald Dewey ... Mr. Gomez
Swisyzinna ... Tisha Gomez
London Kim ... The Captain
Doris Morgado ... Flight Attendant
Tony Bafaloukas Tony Bafaloukas ... Co-Captain
Armando DuBon Jr. ... Airline Passenger
Lino Dumont Lino Dumont ... Airline Passenger
Leila Perry Leila Perry ... Airline Passenger
Karen Politano Karen Politano ... Airline Passenger
Alina Vergara Alina Vergara ... Airline Passenger
James Wolfe James Wolfe ... Airline Passenger
Sandra Waesche Sandra Waesche ... Airline Passenger
Destiny Soria Destiny Soria ... Airline Passenger
Veronica Sorce Veronica Sorce ... Airline Passenger


A nervous airline passenger starts to see strange things after taking nerve medicine.

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Short | Comedy



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17 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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Dreamlook Productions See more »
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Fun at 35,000 feet
6 July 2015 | by TGGeeksSee all my reviews

Ben and Keith (The Two Gay Geeks) who screened this short at the first Phoenix Loves Sci- Fi Film Festival along with 20 other shorts. This was one of the ones they chose as a standout among the crowd. This short was part of the second block of short films screened that evening. Keith was amused by the homage to the Twilight Zone and the twist. Some of the acting was a little over the top, but what do you expect form a comedic short that pokes fun at comedic shorts. It was a nice diversion form some of the more serious works we saw. Ben's thoughts: I loved the couple of instances of "misdirection" which happen here. What clearly started off as an homage to "Terror at 5,000 Feet" from The Twilight Zone series, the twists start off pretty quickly and received a lot of laughs from the audience. The short then ends with a new twist that felt like it could have come from John Landis' Twilight Zone: The Movie. A nice romp just for the fun of it. We hope to see more from this director.

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