Blackout Effect (Movie review)

After a mid-air collision, the press quickly blames the controller, but the NTSB investigator discovers faulty equipment may have been responsible.

John Dantley (Eric Stoltz) at the crash site

A mid-air collision is every air traffic controller’s nightmare. And if it happens, the controller may be the first person to be blamed. This is what Blackout Effect is all about. It is a made-for-TV movie first aired on NBC in January 1998 as a “World Premiere Movie” and co-starring Eric Stoltz (Pulp Fiction) and Charles Martin Smith (The Untouchables). Continue reading “Blackout Effect (Movie review)”