Synopsis: After a mysterious malfunction sends their small plane climbing out of control, a rookie pilot and her four teenage friends find themselves trapped in a deadly showdown with a supernatural force.
Director(s): Kaare Andrews
Production: Anchor Bay Entertainment
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
90 min

( wind gusting )

( wind increasing )

( wind stops )

( rattIes )

Whew, sorry about

the rough ride, Mr. Taylor.

- This weather just came out of nowhere.

- How much farther?

I shouId have you on the ground

in about 1 5 minutes.

- ( chiId squeaIs )

- Woman #2:
Did you hear that, honey?

- We're aImost home.

- ( whimpers )

Woman #1 :

What you reading there, trooper?

Sweetie, the nice lady

asked you a question.

Oh, Iast night he wouId hardIy

stop taIking about it.

He kept insisting that one

of those dinosaur things

- was hiding in the cIoset.

- Oh, dinosaurs, huh?

Oh yeah, kid's got a heck

of an imagination.

- Don't even try taIking him out of it.

- I know what you mean.

Oh, my daughter's his age.

She sets her mind

on something, Iook out.

Sounds Iike we shouId get

the two of them together.

- Yeah.

- Woman #2:
Sweetie, what is it?

( panting )

- What's wrong with him?

- l don't know.

l don't know.

Baby, taIk to me.

- ( zooms )

- ( crashing, screams )

( vibrates )

Oh sh*t.

Where are you?

Uh, we just stopped for gas.

Listen, call my cell

the moment you get

to the concert

so I know you made it.

- Yes, Dad.

- And no booze. Just because

I've Iost my mind and I'm Ietting you

out of my sight for a whoIe weekend--

I said I wouIdn't drink.

Don't you trust me?

I'm your father.

I don't have that Iuxury.

You'd better get used to it,

because this time next week

l'll be 3,000 miles away.

And I couIdn't be prouder.


Now Iisten to me.

I know you think you're aII grown up

and you don't need my advice,

but you're still just a kid, Sara.

We don't aIways get second chances

when we screw up.

And another thing-- don't Iet

whats-his-name behind the wheeI.

- The wrestler.

- I'm not gonna Iet anyone eIse drive.

Love you.


No regrets, right?

Yo, Hitchcock,

the action's right here.

And here we have

the fabIed "Mansquatch."

One faIse move couId

aIert him to our presence.

( beIches )

- ( laughing )

- ( growling )

- Whoa, bin Laden, what's up?

- SaI,

- relax.

- Making new friends?


Yeah, I'm making new friends.

Hey-- hey hey!

Wanna be our friend?

Aw, guess not.

l'm serious-- is anybody else kinda

nervous about this guy or just me?

It's just you.

- Hey, how's it going?

- Not bad.

Looking forward to a IittIe R&R.

I don't think you'II be

needing these to crowd surf.

Yeah, weII, the canyon's got

some nice runs, so...

- You're gonna do some rock cIimbing?

- lt crossed my mind.

Where's-- where's Sara?

She's probabIy taking

another Iesson, right?

You're hiIarious.

- ( camera beeps )

- Let me shoot some of this.

- Who's the fiIm major?

- ( beIches ) Shut up.

No, come on, no.

- There she is.

- Ugh, I know I'm Iate.

There was a screw up with our booking

so I had to do a IittIe sweet-taIking.

- We stiII get the pIane though, right?

- Have I ever Iet my best friend down?


- CoIdpIay here we come!

- Whoo!

- This is gonna be kiIIer, Sara.

- Here's to Sara, huh?

The best--

sh*t, the onIy piIot I know.

Are you nuts? Put that away

before you get me in troubIe.

- SeriousIy.

- Nice work, coz.

Ooof, carefuI.

Somebody's been hitting the gym.

- Uh, Sara?

- There you are, hey!

Uh, here, I'II get these for you.

SaI, take note.

- ( sarcasticaIIy ) Ha ha ha.

- Hey, man, Cory.

This is my cousin.

I toId you about him, right?

- Sure, hi.

- Girl:
Hey, Bruce.

- And you know MeI, SaI.

- Smile.

( Iaughs )

Okay, are we aII set?

- Yeah, come on.

- Just waiting on you, sweetcheeks.

- Such a gentIeman, isn't he?

- He's charming.

- Bags?

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