April 12, 2024
Blood Red Sky Movie Review

Blood Red Sky Movie Review

Blood Red Sky Movie Review

Blood Red Sky movie was released on Netflix. This is a very interesting movie because this movie targets two different concepts in one movie. First, it’s a Plane hijack movie with vampire evil, Which makes this movie more interesting. My kids love Plane hijack movies, so we planned to watch this movie on Friday night (23/07/2021). Trust me they loved this movie.

Blood Red Sky Movie Review by e3movie
Blood Red Sky Movie Review

Storyline: A thrilling movie which is about a lady’s mysterious illness and how she uses her evil character to save her son from the Plane hijackers.

German director: Peter Thorwarth.

Filming Location: Primarily used the studios in Zličín, Prague to film. Inside the studio, Team built a model of an aircraft to film the whole movie. The shooting was interrupted in September 2020, as one of the crew tested covid-19 positive.

Movie release date: Blood Red Sky will release on Friday, July 23, 2021, on the OTT platform Netflix only.

Movie language: German and English

Subtitles: German and English

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Movie Full Cast

  • Peri Baumeister … Nadja
  • Carl Anton Koch … Elias (as Carl Koch)
  • Alexander Scheer … Eightball
  • Kais Setti … Farid
  • Gordon Brown … Bill Morris
  • Dominic Purcell … Berg
  • Graham McTavish … Col. Alan Drummond
  • Kai Ivo Baulitz … Bastian Buchner
  • Roland Møller … Karl
  • Chidi Ajufo … Curtiz
  • Jan Loukota … Jurij
  • Nader Ben-Abdallah … Mohammed
  • Leonie Brill … Julia Weber
  • Rutger Lysen … Todd
  • Rainer Reiners … Rainer huber
  • Ilona Schulz … Ingelore huber
  • Petra Michelle Nérette … Stewardess Gifty (as Petra Michelle Nerette)
  • David Hürten … Marvin (as David Huerten)
  • Florian Schmidtke … Air Marshall Michael

Conclusion: Another masterpiece and hidden gems from German Director Peter Thorwarth, Who is also well known for The Wave (2008), If it Don’t Fit, Use a Bigger Hammer (1997) and Bang Boom Bang – Ein todsicheres Ding (1999).

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