Review by Jude Felton
Some horror films are best approached by not taking the content of the film too seriously. For example, if I was watching Martyrs I know that I would not be letting out too many belly laughs. On the other hand, if I was watching something like Piranha, I would just let it fly, get swept up in the absurdity of events and just have a good laugh with it. That’s not a bad thing, far from it as I love both versions of Piranha, it’s just the tone of the movie warrants it. Airborne is that sort of film; the premise is straight-faced but I couldn’t help myself laughing along with the absolute improbability of the film.