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The Night Flier
USA, Italy
Mystery, Fantasy, Horror
IMDB rating:
Mark Pavia
Windy Wenderlich as Henry Gates
Ashton Stewart as Nate Wilson
Robert Leon Casey as Terminal Cop #2 (as Bob Casey)
Beverly Skinner as Selida McCamon
Elizabeth McCormick as Ellen Sarch
Michael H. Moss as Dwight Renfield
Julie Entwisle as Katherine Blair
John Bennes as Ezra Hannon
Richard K. Olsen as Claire Bowie (as Richard Olsen)
J.R. Rodriguez as Terminal Cop #1
Dan Monahan as Merton Morrison
Miguel Ferrer as Richard Dees
Rob Wilds as Buck Kendall
Storyline: Two investigative reporters for a tabloid magazine track down across country "The Night Flier", a serial killer who travels by private plane stalking victims in rural airports. One of the reporters, Richard Dees, begins to suspect that "the Night Flier could perhaps be a vampire".
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Spoilers are a joke.
First of all these films have a finite budget. Mabe you prefer stuff like the Blair Witch thing! Peace be with you negative critics. But even corporate America is having budget considerations now which includes the film industry. I think whole operation was done very well. I was around when the earlier vampire movies in b&w were the thing to see. And I didn't didn't read the books. Only a film critic, not books. There are things I can be critical about in your best films. Face it , It was really good. I believe They could do a (II). "The Night Flier" Will be at the top of the list of good vampire films for long after I leave this world.
Best Vamp ever...
I gave this movie an extra point just for having the meanest looking, most imaginative vampire I've seen since "Nosferatu". It's not the greatest movie by any stretch of the imagination, but if you enjoy Stephen King, scary movies or just like vampires--it's worth a look.
Creepy and scary: A horror fan's dream
Master of horror Stephen king has scared you before but never like this, THE NIGHT FLIER is not just a great adaptation but a great film as well and it was refreshing to see an intelligent horror movie and not just another slasher that featured horny teenagers being hacked to death by a machete wielding idiot with a bad childhood, this film deserves the kind of attention that a lot of the crappy blockbusters are getting today, because it is that good.

Obviously I'm not going to add a synopsis, I hardly ever do, the best way to watch this film is to go in by forgetting everything you've possibly heard about it whether it be good or bad and watch it as if you just discovered it for the first time.

Overall, its a horror fan's dream, enough said.
Special Edition DVD
I love this movie. I read the interview on iconsoffright.com from July of this year, (http://www.iconsoffright.com/IV_Pavia.htm), and Mr. Pavia, if you read this, please put out a sweet double disc special edition of this film like you mentioned in the interview, complete with the storyboards and production stills. I will totally double dip and buy this if another edition comes out. I already have the original DVD. I absolutely love this movie! Also, please add some of your first film shorts as bonuses on the second disc, like they did with Romero's 'Night of the Living Dead' millennium edition that was released by Synapse or Shriekshow or Anchor Bay (I can't remember exactly who). They added "There's Always Vanilla" as an extra. That would be totally great to see 'Drag' included. I'm very excited about the prospect of a special edition coming out as well as a sequel, only, I have to tell you, that movie 'Wolf Creek' that you said freaked you out...well, I saw that in the theater and it really, really, really sucked on my balls. Please don't ever make a piece of junk movie like that. Thanks for reading.

Also, I'll post again on your myspace account. (http://www.myspace.com/markpavia) …because I'm a psychotic!!! Did I mention how much I love this movie?!?
Stephen King's Night Flier!
This is arguably one of Stephen King's best stories that is made into a movie! Night Flier is an excellent movie! Miguel Ferrer did an excellent job of acting! I just love the vampire! His costume is so neat and his great and horrific looks is so realistic! His voice is incredible! He moves so fluidly! His character in My opinion is very real and believeable! I don't know what else I can say about him! There is quite a bit of gore and blood! The music is very good as well! The Night Flier is a very decent film and in My opinion is a very unrecognized film that deserves more attention than it has received! If you love Stephen King, Miguel Ferrer, Dracula, Vampires, Universal Monsters, and Horror movies then Night Flier is the ultimate horror film to watch!
Entertaining little supernatural flick!
A reporter (Miguel Ferrer) dying to get back on the front page of his newspaper tries to track down a serial killer that flies by night in a dark winged Cessna and brutally murders local residents of secluded airports. Though, the further he delves into the case the deadly it soon becomes as he digs up something supernatural about this killer or beast. Could this be his last story?

From the master of horror tales Stephan King's "The Night Flier" is a reasonably fair adaptation, which I can't say for most. Well, it's definitely the best since "Misery". What I found particularly enjoyable was that it took a different take on the vampire story, though the interesting idea doesn't go into any depth, which is a shame. It felt like I was watching something out of the X-files. The formula of the film seems to follow a more murder/mystery vibe than a fully blown horror film where we sit around watch the killer kill people and move on to the next victim. It's starts off with the obligatory kill to open proceedings, but then it settles down and centres more on the reporter Dees picking up clues and hints by asking people about how the victims were like before they died. This slow mid-section has a lot of flash- blacks and likes to dwell no what had happen to these people. Also Dee's getting warnings from our killer to leave the story alone. All of this eventually leads to a very stunning conclusion.

The quality of the film was so-so. The production valves of the film show up like TV a movie. There's a deflated music score, misty shots, script is filled with some corny drivel and there's mostly abysmal acting. With some of the lines being delivered so over-the-top. Though, Ferrer performance is the only one who's worth a mention, as he's well suited as the cunning/prick of a reporter Richard Dees. Michael H. Moss as the vampire seemed to have some hypnotic pull whenever the dark figure was on screen. There are good makeup and gore effects with slabs of nasty violence. Most of the violence happens off screen, but you do hear the brutal slaying and we always see the messy and the ain't so pretty aftermath. The atmosphere and score throughout most of the running time really packs a sting. The chills and suspense (there were one or two good ones) aim up, where the last 15mins takes a turn into a pretty horrific and unnerving state. With stark lighting that truly adds to the bemusing and vivid feel. It powerfully pulls you in. I enjoyed the lively sequence that involves going back to a black and white colour tone, with shades of Romero's "Night Of The Living Dead".

The story had a fascinating, if bizarre setup and the further along the story goes the more interesting it does get. Not much of it is telegraphed or easy to pick up because there is so many unanswered questions and flaws that you pick up on. The main one is no origin or motive for our killer. We're kept in the dark just like our reporter is as not much is explained. There's a lot talk also about the killer than action, but that sort a changes in the last quarter of the film. The films climax when Richard and the vampire killer come together is excellent and it's a real jaw opener, but the actual end of the film would surly shock. That final twist I didn't see coming and it left me with a sour taste in my mouth.

This puzzle leaves you with more questions than before, but still it's a fairly entertaining 90-mintues that ends pretty ironically.
well-done horror with cast of unknowns
I think this might have been an HBO movie. In any case, for its cast of unknowns and its seemingly small budget, it is very good. Surprisingly edgy and gory, with plenty of suspense and solid cinematography. The Terri Hatcher look-alike is actually hotter than Hatcher, and Ferrer did an excellent job. I'll put it this way: I rented Suspiria the same weekend, and enjoyed this one much more. That says a lot about overrated foreign horror "classics" from our past, but it also says something for this highly entertaining movie. I give it a legitimate 8.5 out of 10.
"Why do all the weird ones have to fly at night"?............
Perhaps it's because they don't like the sunlight? Why you ask? Well, let's just say it burns them up a bit. 1997's "The Night Flier" is one of those films whose story of a vampire pilot flying from one tiny airport to another using a private plane might sound a bit silly at first but once you start watching it, you simply can't stop. A mysterious pilot flying a black Cessna Skymaster and using the name Dwight Renfield is stalking rural airports, leaving behind mutilated corpses, with no one having the faintest idea where he comes from. It's a story that egotistical, tabloid reporter Richard Dees (Miguel Ferrer) is put on to investigate. Dees doesn't initially think there's much to the story at first, but after a while, the usually uncaring and cynical reporter starts to wonder if there's more to the story than meets the eye with Renfield.

Made for HBO, "The Night Flier" works for several reasons, First and foremost is the good job here of expanding upon the short story by horror maestro Stephen King. Mark Paiva's smart direction, combined with composer Brian Keane's soft-piano but creepy score, serve the story well by keeping the viewer enthralled scene by scene. Another plus is lead actor Miguel Ferrer's performance of Richard Dees. Richard Dees is not at all a likable person; he doesn't seem to care about anyone at all and his only concern is the story, the story, and the story. It's only at the end that Dees discovers what it's like to be at the other end, in a very spooky kind of way. Yet at the same time, Ferrer has that ability to keep us fascinated by the character's journey, no matter how low he goes. It's a real testament to Ferrer's ability and only makes me wonder why he isn't in more leading roles. Supporting him is Julie Entwisle as newbie reporter Katherine Blair, Dan Monahan as Dees' slimy boss Morrison, and Michael H. Moss as creature of the night Renfield. And what good would a vampire movie be if we didn't have an awesome creature to go with it. Michael H. Moss plays Renfield as vampires are supposed to be played, as vile, evil beasts that are from your worse nightmares. Helping in that regard is the makeup department, who manage to create one of the coolest and scariest looking blood-suckers ever. "The Night Flier" is dark tale done well with everything you'd expect in a Stephen King story. I don't know what the King thought of this film (Mr. King is somewhat notorious for not liking a number of film adaptations of his work and truth be told, some of them are pretty bad). But as for me it has to rank as one of the better Stephen King adaptations made and also makes me want to read the story it was based off of. So with all that said, if you're in the mood for a little darkness and a little spookiness, check out Stephen King's "The Night Flier". P.S. It's on you tube.
non stop horror
this was a pretty good horror movie with non stop horror! the only really great horror movies is the old ones, especially from the 1940's and at the 50's everything got bad with for example the crawling eye. to be honest, i've never seen a good horror movie from the 90's! if you really think! was scream scary or was it just sick and funny?? the answer is no! but this is an exception because this was different, intelligent and believe me! it was scary!
One of my all time favourite films!
Without a doubt, one of my all time favourite films. The Night Flier is an incredibly atmospheric and fabulously gripping film, so-well executed and full of mysterious suspense -- and easily one of the best Stephen King adaptations to ever be made, in my opinion. So criminally overlooked and underrated for a King adaptation -- a rare case of where the film version surpasses the source material (The Night Flier, first published as part of an anthology of modern horror in 1988, later became part of King's own collection of short stories, entitled Nightmares & Dreamscapes in 1993). The film isn't as widely known as it should be, as it didn't have a Hollywood release at the time. HBO bought it so it had it's world premiere on cable. It was then picked up by New Line Cinema and had only a limited theatrical release. Being the mid-1990's, it was not a fertile time for good movie horror. In recent years, it's become something of a cult classic with a big fan following -- myself for one! The Night Flier deserves and needs a Blu-ray release as soon as possible!
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