Ghosts on a Plane! First Trailer for the Airplane Horror Movie 7500

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We have had it with these motherfucking ghosts on this motherfucking plane! Check out the first teaser trailer for the airplane horror flick 7500, from director Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge.) Who knew ghosts could haunt a passenger jet? And does that cost extra now too?


The synopsis is simple: "7500 concerns a group of passengers who encounter what appears to be a supernatural force while on a transpacific flight." And the cast is a collection of TV favorites — there's Jason Stackhouse from True Blood (Ryan Kwanten), Leslie Bibb from Popular, and Turtle from Entourage (Jerry Ferrera).

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7500 is in theaters on Aug. 31st.

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"Ladies and gentlemen, the captain has turned on the 'Fasten Seat Belt' sign, so please ensure that your sinister haunted hand luggage is safely stowed under the seat in front of you. If you are seated next to an exit, you should be aware that in the event of an emergency you may be called on to be sucked out of the window by an invisible demonic force. If you do not wish to perform the functions required, please wail helplessly and claw desperately at the smooth plastic of the window frame before being finally dragged to your death.

In the probably inevitable event of an inexplicable drop in cabin pressure, various objects, including the severed head of one of the cabin crew, will drop automatically from the bulkhead above you. Place your hand over your mouth and make horrified retching noises while staring wildly in all directions. If you are traveling with small children, do not bother assisting them with their oxygen masks, as they'll probably turn out to be the Antichrist anyway and will necessarily survive all the mayhem so that they can provide a cheap "twist" during the final minute of the movie.

A life vest is located underneath your seat. Unless you know of some esoteric way of repelling demons with flotation equipment, that's probably where it should stay. In the event of a landing on water, you will most likely be eaten by insubstantial terror-squid anyway, before you have the chance to inflate anything or pull on the tapes that have somehow become wrapped tightly around your throat.

We recommend that you keep your seatbelt fastened at all times, as it will make it that much more horrifying when you are torn from your seat by something you cannot see and bludgeoned to death with the drinks cart.

We remind you that this is a 'No Screaming' flight. We don't expect you to remember this, but federal law requires us to mention it anyway. We are also required to remind you that the douchebag in business class who sneaks off to the aircraft lavatory with the skanky chick in the seat next to him will die grotesquely with his pants round his ankles long before he ever gets to join the Mile High Club.

Please exercise care when opening overhead bins, as the mutilated corpses and other heavy articles that they contain may have shifted during flight.

All this safety information is located on a card in the seat pocket in front of you, along with the in-flight magazine, a mysterious pendant, a battered leather-bound journal filled with ominous scrawls, and selected body parts from the person who occupied this seat on a previous flight. Please wait until the sinister music starts before familiarizing yourself with these objects.

On behalf of the captain and all the other soon-to-be-disemboweled members of the crew, I'd like to thank you for choosing to fly with us. We hope that you enjoy your flight until the disfigured beast-thing emerges from the forward galley and bloodily eviscerates you with the broken shards of your duty-free."