Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Top Customer Reviews
An oft-overlooked but above-average little indie horror flick, SOLE SURVIVOR is notable for bucking the trend in the era when the slasher film reigned supreme in the horror genre. Being a ghost story of sorts, it is bigger on atmosphere than on blatant slasher-type shocks and thrills, and the film consequently contains little gore or gratuitous nudity. However, a couple of really cool blood-and-viscera FX do show up early during the shot of the plane wreckage, and the film's denouement is a tad bit sanguine. And genre fans into T&A will want to watch for an appearance by venerable scream queen Brinke Stevens, whose topless cameo represents the film's only true skin shot.
The DVD release of SOLE SURVIVOR from Code Red presents the film in its original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1 (enhanced for widescreen TVs).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They had me right up to the moment that death's surrogates started killing people who might have a better chance to get at the sole survivor (Anita Skinner) than the few corpses... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Einsatz
I only gave this film one star, so that means I must have hated it right?
Sole Survivor is actually one of my favourite films of all time, so why am I so unhappy... Read more
this film by code red is truly amazing a lot of atomsphere to boot for those fans of horror who really want to be entertain by a good and suspenful story.Published on February 25, 2012 by Tracys
I have this on vhs, now bought it on dvd, the picture and sound is a lot better, still scares the heck out of me,If anyone loves a good film, this is the one, still waiting for my... Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by smurfette
SOLE SURVIVOR stars Anita Skinner as Denise, the only survivor of a plane crash. Everything appears to be normal until Denise begins to encounter a series of walking corpses! Read morePublished on January 1, 2010 by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
Sole Survivor (Thom Eberhardt, 1983)
When you watch as many movies as I do, some of the more forgettable ones are bound to fall through the cracks. Read more