Picture this: you’re in a small plane with four other blandly attractive teenagers (for the purposes of this review you’re also a blandly attractive teenager). The plane is en route to a concert and being flown by your friend who has just received her pilot’s license because that’s a fantastic idea and what could go wrong. Suddenly the plane begins inexplicably gaining altitude and flies into a seemingly endless storm cloud. Inside the storm cloud is a giant flying octopus that looks like something a pre-teen H.P. Lovecraft would have doodled in the margins of his Social Studies homework. Sounds like the makings of an awesome horror flick, huh? It’s not. You can add “Altitude” to the ever-growing pile of horror movies with interesting premises that blow it all in the execution.