“Blood Red Sky” is a 2021 German horror thriller film directed by peter thorwarth and stars peri baumeister, Carl Anton Koch, and alexander scheer. The story follows a woman named Nadja (Baumeister) who boards a transatlantic overnight flight with her son to receive medical treatment for her mysterious illness. However, the flight is hijacked by a group of terrorists, and Nadja must reveal her dark secret to protect her son and fight back against the hijackers.
The plot of the movie follows a woman named Nadja (peri baumeister), who is traveling on a Transatlantic flight with her son Elias (Carl Anton Koch). However, the flight is hijacked by a group of terrorists, led by a man named Berg (alexander scheer), who have plans to crash the plane into a building in order to release a deadly virus. As the situation spirals out of control, Nadja reveals that she is not just an ordinary passenger, but is actually a vampire. With her supernatural powers, Nadja must fight to save herself and her son from the terrorists, all while keeping her true identity a secret from the other passengers.
The film has been praised for its tense and suspenseful plot, as well as for Baumeister's performance as the conflicted and powerful vampire. It has been compared to the classic horror movie “30 Days of Night” for its use of a confined space and the threat of a group of deadly attackers. “Blood Red Sky” has also been noted for its commentary on terrorism and xenophobia, as the hijackers are portrayed as individuals with complex motivations and histories. Overall, the movie is a thrilling and gory ride that offers a unique take on the vampire genre.
“Blood Red Sky” has not received any major awards or nominations at this time, but it has been well-received by audiences on streaming platforms.
|Directed by||peter thorwarth|
|Written by||peter thorwarth Stefan Holtz|
|Produced by||Christian Becker Benjamin Munz|
|Starring||roland møller, peri baumeister, chidi ajufo, alexander scheer, dominic purcell,|
|Edited by||Knut Hake|
|Music by||Dascha Dauenhauer|
|Rat Pack Filmproduktion|
|Release date||23 July 2021|
|Running time||121 minutes|
|Countries||United Kingdom Germany|