Eleven years have passed since the crash of Flight 180, ten years from the automobile collision on secondary road 62, five years after the derailment of that roller coaster called ‘Flight of the devil’, and two years after the great shock in a racetrack. Now, Sam Lawton (Nicholas D’Agosto, ‘Heroes’) has a premonition about the collapse of a suspension bridge, which according to their hunches, will cause death. The vision will become reality, but Sam will have time to save himself and many others of the catastrophic tragedy. However, Sam and his girlfriend Molly (Emma Bell, ‘Frozen’ ‘The Walking Dead’), discover that death is persecuting those who did not die at the time. The fifth installment of the franchise shows that, as in the four previous films, none of the young players have it easy to cheat death. This time. Directed, Steven Quale (in what is her first film, after being second unit director of films like ‘Titanic’ or ‘Avatar’).
In this Fifth setup, Death is actually similarly as common as ever, and is actually discharged after one person’s emotion uses less a crew from coworkers off a disturbing revocation link failure. This crew from negligent sens was actually certainly never ever before wanted to survive, and, in a disturbing nationality versus opportunity, the unfavorable crew anxiously tries to discover an approach in order to get out Death’s haunting routine.