Mads Mikkelsen plays a pilot who is one of two survivors of a crash in the Arctic and he must brave the freezing cold and dangerous landscape to try and get rescued in February’s survival thriller Arctic.
Idris Elba and Kate Winslet are strangers who book a charter flight together when their flights home are cancelled but they crash land in a remote area of the Rocky Mountains and have to rely on each other to survive.
Arnold plays a grieving father and husband who seeks answers (and maybe revenge) after a mistake by an air traffic controller (Scoot McNairy) causes a fatal plane crash.
Emphasis on the “Lost” part of the title, Bruce Boxleitner and a group of plane crash survivors must find a way to escape a mysterious land inhabited by giant spiders, Abercrombie & Fitch tribesmen and a strung out King Kong knock off in King of the Lost World.
Robert Zemeckis takes a break from making creepy CG movies to direct Denzel Washington in the thriller, Flight.
This year’s glut of found footage movies continues with Area 407, which follows a group of plane crash survivors who find themselves stranded in a mysterious government facility where something starts hunting them.
The first great movie of the year, The Grey is a tense survival thriller with a surprising amount of emotional depth, despite what you might think from seeing the trailers.
Highlighting everything horrible that Sliders had become, “Slither” was an episode that was created simply because Fox wanted to use the show to promote Anaconda, which also happened to have Kari Wuhrer and snakes.
Is Liam Neeson punching a wolf in the face something you might be interested in? Then you have to check out this teaser trailer for Joe Carnahan’s “The Grey”, out this coming January.