Most of the trailer for Kaare Andrews‘ Altitude is pretty standard…until the last 20 seconds. The Canadian plane thriller abruptly turns into “a mid-air monster movie.” The film stars Jessica Lowndes, Julianna Guill, Landon Liboiron and Ryan Donowho. Check out the trailer below from STYD (via First Showing).
Plot: After a malfunction sends their small plane climbing out of control, a rookie pilot (Jessica Lowndes) and her four teenage friends find themselves in a showdown with malevolent, supernatural forces in the sky.
Altitude goes straight-to-DVD/Blu-ray on October 26th via Anchor Bay Films.
What do you think of the Altitude trailer? Will you be checking it out on home video?
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