Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Final Destination 5

The Final Destination series is a series of horror films based on an unproduced script written by Jeffrey Reddickfor the X-Files television series. Distributed by New Line Cinema, all five films are centered on the themes ofdeterminismpredestination, and precognition, in relation to death (i.e. how to foresee, avoid or control it). In a less abstract sense, each film features a group of people dying in a series of elaborate, invariably fatal and often gory scenarios that frequently resemble Rube Goldberg machines in their complexity.
The films are noteworthy amongst others in the horror genre in that the "villain" of the movies isn't the stereotypical slashers, monsters, creatures, ghosts, demons, or humans. It is the entity Death itself (very occasionally 'seen' as a fleeting shadow), which manipulates the environment in deadly ways with the intent of "recapturing" those who somehow manage (usually through warning premonitions) to escape their fates for the first time. The franchise has also spawned a related book series (published by Black Flame) andcomic series (published by Zenescope Entertainment Inc).

Twelve years after the explosion of the flight 180, Sam Lawton (Nicholas D'Agosto) has a premonition about the bridge he is on collapsing. As the vision becomes reality, Sam manages to save himself and a few others. Though, Sam and his girlfriend Molly (Emma Bell), discover that Death is still after them and the ones who survived the gruesome accident.[1]
source: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

FD1: scared of planes
FD2: scared of elevators, driving, and hospitals
FD3: scared of rollercoasters, tanning beds, trains, hardware stores, drive thrus
FD4: scared of speed races, malls, and escelators
FD5: scared of everything 

1 comment:

  1. The posters and the trailers are simply terrific. I am eagerly waiting to watch this movie.
    Final Destination 5 movie