Reviews of Exorcism At 60,000 Feet


Article Date: MAY 18, 2020

Written By: JONMAN492000

"One of Band’s most recent assignments that gets a release on DRAGONS DOMAIN records is  EXORCISM AT 60.000 FEET, an obvious in flight version of the EXORCIST, with the composer even poking fun at the original films score via the use of a TUBULAR BELLS type motif which at times raises its head throughout the score. But Band, I have to say has written a superb soundtrack, it has a wonderful driving theme that carries the work along at pace, the composer introducing various takes on it throughout the score. With the remainder of the soundtrack being just too good for this movie. It is filled to overflowing with a real sense of the dramatic and also has to it a cheeky and impish style that is comedic and at the dame time quite patronising as in it parodies the sound of the horror movie from the 1950’s through to more contemporary examples including Band’s own work within the genre and the likes of  Danny Elfman on  BEETLEJUICE etc. What I love about Band’s music for film is that it never really takes itself seriously, and I think therefore it works so well and is also so appealing. To be quite honest if I saw this movie was on at the local picture house I don’t think I would even bother, but after hearing Richard Band’s excellent music I may be persuaded to try and sit through it. Richard Band also has a few other releases that are popping up on digital platforms, which although not ideal is quite useful for anyone not familiar with his music for film."

Full Review At: Movie Music International (MMI)




[Movie Review] EXORCISM AT 60,000 FEET

Article Date: APRIL 27, 2020

Written By: JOVY SKOL

"EXORCISM AT 60,000 FEET is not perfect by any means: the pacing needs some assistance as the film feels like it is dragging at some points. Plus, the narrative is so bare that there’s no reason this movie should be longer than 80 minutes. It needs to be quick and easy to take in so it can carry a good word of mouth once it hits VOD. Horror fans will get excited once the score kicks in as it mixes a variety of other famous compositions but with a campy attitude. Also, when those beginning credits popped on the screen, I should have known this was Richard Band‘s doing."

Full Review At: Nightmarish Conjurings




Exclusive: Lance Henriksen Tears Up The Sky in “Exorcism at 60,000 Feet”

Article Date: MAY 29, 2019


"Those with a special nostalgia for the rotten and strange will relish the presence of Kevin J. O’Connor (Lord of Illusions, Deep Rising, The Mummy), however ephemeral, but serious nostalgia nuts will cream their Puppetmasturbating asses almost at once with the oh-so-familiar orchestral score by none other than Richard Band."

Full Review At: Silent Motorist Media


Exclusive: Lance Henriksen Tears Up The Sky in “Exorcism at 60,000 Feet” 

Article Date: APRIL 27, 2020

Written By: DANXIII

"Adding to the ghoulish goodness is a fantastic score provided by none other than Richard Band (Re-animator, PuppetMaster, From Beyond, and like a billion fuckin’ more), that sounds like any score you’d find in the disaster movies of yore!"

Full Review At: Horror Fuel


Exclusive: Lance Henriksen Tears Up The Sky in “Exorcism at 60,000 Feet”  

Article Date: APRIL 27, 2020 

Written By: DANXIII 

"The film does look and sound good, the opening shots of the priest approaching the house are striking. And Ferrin gets the most out of the few sets he had to use. There’s also a great score by Richard Band (Re-Animator, The Resurrected)."

Full Review At: Voices From The Balcony



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