Films about the Bermuda Triangle. List and summary
It is not easy to count the exact number of times when filmmakers exaggerated the theme of the Bermuda Triangle. The relevance of one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century with enviable periodicity prompted filmmakers to make films about the Bermuda Triangle.
The story of the missing ship
Film history associated with the story of the once-lost ocean liner - in the film industry is not uncommon. Unfortunately, many films about the Bermuda Triangle, in which the missing vessel appears, pass unnoticed, as their artistic value is a matter of a fair doubt.
Sometimes the local distributors are involved in the popularization of the name “Bermuda Triangle”, which, without hesitation, rename the film without a twinge of conscience if its plot action unfolds in the ill-fated district.It happened with the 2001 television tape “Lost Flight” (Lost voyage) of the director and co-author of the script Christian McIntyre named in the Russian hire as “Bermuda Triangle” The story begins with the discovery of the liner "Corona Queen", who disappeared without a trace in 1972 in a mystical area. Trying to identify the root cause, a group of experts disembark on board the ship, who are unaware that the ship is a portal between our world and the otherworldly.
It should immediately warn the viewer that many films about the Bermuda Triangle, including the horrors, have poor visualization and a set of cheap special effects. Therefore, fans of high-budget modern blockbusters should not be too critical of the paintings, like the "Bermuda Triangle" 2001 release.
Their attention can be recommended mystical thriller "Triangle" 2009 screenwriter and director Christopher Smith. The film is a joint production of Great Britain and Australia tells the story of the main character, who happened to be together with a group of friends on a mysterious ship from where it came from.Young people get into a temporary loop, from which the main character most quickly needs to get out, because her son is waiting for her at home.
Very original ideas
Listing films about the Bermuda Triangle, the list should be added to the 2001 series The Last Heroes and the 1978 Mexican film.
Many reviewers noted the plot similarity of "The Last Heroes" by Lewis Teague to the cult picture "The Shining". Indeed, the idea was very good: the Bermuda Triangle, the once lost brigade “Queen of Scotland”, voodoo rituals, strange dreams, more strange photos, non-coincidental coincidences and ghosts of dead children. But the implementation of the creators pumped up. Everything is extremely sham, the action is built on stamps, so all plot twists are predictable, the dialogues are spatial and insubstantial.
Films about the Bermuda Triangle are shot not only in the USA, but the work of Mexican stage director René Cardona Jr., released in 1978, can serve as convincing evidence of this.
The movie "Bermuda Triangle" is based on a non-trivial and very original story.The motley company is sent to the Bermuda area in order to explore the underwater ruins, the initiator of the journey believes that this is Atlantis. On the way, they lift a doll that drifted across the oceanic expanses. The toy instantly enslaves the younger daughter of the owner of the yacht, predicting to all members of the expedition a quick and inevitable death. At the same time, another story is developing about a plane missing in the same area, whose call signs continually leak into the air.
Films about the Bermuda Triangle are shot not only in the horror genre, the proof of this will be three tapes, named below.
- 2005 mini-series of the joint production of the United States and the UK "Bermuda Triangle". Fantastic thriller with elements of thriller director Craig R. Baxley tells the story of the adventures of a team of specialists who were tasked to find out the cause of the billionaire Eric Benirroll’s ships in the Bermuda region. Unfortunately, intrigue is too obvious a denouement. The omnipresent US government in an attempt to create the perfect weapon could not keep the situation under control.A team of experts to prevent a global cataclysm.
- Adventure detective "The Bermuda Triangle" of 1996, directed by Ian Tointon, can be safely called an absolutely naive and carefree family film. A family of 4 falls after a shipwreck on an island from which it is impossible to escape. All further action is naive, fabulous and bright.
- The third picture is the fantastic television film of 1998 “The Disappearance in the Bermuda Triangle” by Norberto Barba. The story is built on the personality of the hero Brian Foster, making a romantic trip with the pregnant wife Mary, who disappears from the deck. The hero will have to find the door to a parallel universe to return his beloved.