I knew nothing about Airborne and watched it with zero expectations. It began with a terrible voice over narration from Mark Hamill and a series of mediocre character introductions. I began to worry and wondered if I'd make it to the end. To my surprise all of the characters board the plane and the movie gets quite good. When a passenger goes missing it soon becomes apparent that there's a killer on board and before to long, more passengers disappear. Of course that sounds like a fairly standard set-up but there's a nice series of twists and turns, which I'll leave at that. The performances are unexceptional but passable with a few dependable players such as Alan Ford (Snatch), Julian Glover (Raiders of the Lost Ark) and of course Mark Hamill lending an air of credibility. It's an unexpected movie that's best described as Stephen King meets The Twilight Zone. I became more engaged with some of the movie's later developments which elevated it from a made-for-tv thriller to a respectable theatrical mystery-horror. It's flaws were easily overlooked for what was otherwise a pretty fun flick worthy of the 80 minutes it asks of you.