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Name That Trauma :: Reader Scott R. on a Possessed Passenger Plane

April 25th, 2012 by aunt john · 4 Comments

Hiya. Long time reader.

I can not remember from where or whence this vision implanted upon my mind.

A jet is flying a long trip, perhaps overseas. Some sort of demonic or witchcraft force has taken over the flight passenger compartment. There is a hole in the floor of the passenger isle. Badness exudes from the hole. The passengers toss on a baby toy doll as a sacrifice. No good. It is the flight to hell.

I think it was a made-for-TV movie.

I can still picture badness bubbling up from that hole in the floor.

What say you?


Scott R.

UNK SEZ: No problem Scott R.! That is most certainly THE HORROR AT 37,000 FEET which stars, among many others, the incomparable WILLIAM SHATNER! How can you go wrong with a made-for-TV movie involving vengeful Druid spirits on a plane!? Check out our ancient review HERE and the spectacular and SHAT-tacular clip below!

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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Jami JoAnne RussellNo Gravatar // Apr 25, 2012 at 9:48 am

    You guys should do a Shatner double feature with this and Kingdom Of The Spiders.


    Then give us a review contrasting/comparing both.

  • 2 ApocalypsejunkieNo Gravatar // Apr 25, 2012 at 11:12 am

    “A hole in the floor of the passenger isle”…..sounds like the school bus I had to ride. Come to think, it did feel like the bus ride to/from hell. Hey, now *there’s* a truly horrific movie in the making! ;-)>

  • 3 TaylorNo Gravatar // Apr 25, 2012 at 2:48 pm

    Jami: Or what about a double feature of Horror at 37,000 Feet and the Twilight Zone episode Nightmare at 20,000 Feet? Seems like as Shatner goes higher, things get less nightmarish and more horrific!

  • 4 Jami JoAnne RussellNo Gravatar // Apr 25, 2012 at 5:45 pm

    Let’s just make it a Shatner-thon, Taylor! Both his episodes of The Twilight Zone, HA37KF, KOTS, and Incubus – the movie he did that was entirely in Esperanto!

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