Stephen King's The Night Flier Movie Review 1996

Information and Film Reviews for Stephen King's The Night Flier the Movie

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Portrays blood-sucking beings that prey upon the weakness of mortal men in order to survive. And besides tabloid journalists, there's vampires in it, too! Richard Dees (Ferrer) is a reporter/photographer for a National Enquirer-like paper who is not above staging lurid photos to grab Page One. His editor pits him in a contest with rookie papparazzo Katherine (Entwistle) for a story about a murderer who wears a black cape and tricorn hat, flies into small airports in a sinister black plane and drains his victims' blood. Dees follows the killer's trail in his own plane, stopping to ruthlessly grill survivors and doctor up a few pictures. Genuinely spooky showdown will leave only one monster standing. Who is it? Inquiring minds want to know.

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HBO, 1100 Ave. of the Americas, New York, NY 10036, Phone: (212)512-7400, Fax: (212)512-7498, URL: http://www.hbo.com, Remarks: Online sales through www.store.hbo.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 97 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Vampire Babes, Books to Film: Stephen King, Adapted from a Story, Bloody Messages, Shutterbugs, Vampires, Airborne, Front Page
Screenplay
Mark Pavia, Jack O'Donnell
Cast
Michael H. Moss, Miguel Ferrer, Julie Entwisle, Dan Monahan, John Bennes, Beverly Skinner, Rob Wilds, Richard Olsen, Elizabeth McCormick
Cinematography
David Connell
Director
Mark Pavia
Music
Brian Keane

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