Satan's Triangle

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  • 1975
  • 1 hr 14 min
  • 5.9  (1,402)

Satan's Triangle is a 1975 horror-thriller movie directed by Sutton Roley and starring Kim Novak, Doug McClure, and Alejandro Rey. The movie focuses on the story of a rescue mission conducted by the Coast Guard in the Bermuda Triangle, which turns out to be more sinister than anybody could have fathomed. The movie opens with the Coast Guard sending a rescue team to save the crew of the crashed vessel, the Morning Star. The ship has disappeared without a trace, and the rescue team assumes it may have sunk. As they fly over the search area, they experience a sudden electricity outage, which prompts them to crash into the ocean. The plane sinks, and only three members of the crew manage to swim towards an unknown island.

As soon as they reach the beach, they come across the wreckage of the Morning Star and locate a female survivor, Eva (Novak), who seems to be in a state of shock. Eva is the only survivor of her crew and tells the trio that she witnessed something dreadful happening in the Bermuda Triangle. The crew members suggest that they signal for help by firing off flares, but Eva warns them that the island is cursed and that they should leave immediately. Still, they decide to spend the night and repair their equipment before sending off a signal.

As night falls, one of the crew members mysteriously disappears, and the remaining three spot the lights from a ship on the horizon. They believe that they have been rescued, but as they approach the ship, they realize that it is completely deserted. They decide to search the ship for equipment and supplies, and it's soon revealed that they are not alone. They begin to experience paranormal activities, and Eva tells them that the island has a long history of being cursed.

As the night progresses, the crew discovers the truth about the Morning Star's disappearance and the strange occurrences on the island. The movie is full of surprises and twists as the crew slowly discovers the dark secrets of the Bermuda Triangle and the island. The climax is full of suspense, and it is packed full of twists that will leave viewers reeling.

Kim Novak delivers a powerful performance as the mentally unstable Eva. Despite being unsure of what has actually transpired, she convincingly portrays a character who is fearful and experiencing some unimaginable horror. Doug McClure and Alejandro Rey provide excellent support as the strong, protective, and fearless men who are determined to get to the bottom of the mystery.

Satan's Triangle thrives on its eerie and suspenseful atmosphere. The movie keeps viewers on the edge of their seats throughout, and the eerie music heightens the suspense. The visuals and sound effects are carefully done to match the mood of the film, and the film does not overuse them to create unnecessary scares. The movie manages to convey its mood and story through simple but effective techniques, which keeps viewers engaged in the narrative.

In conclusion, Satan's Triangle is an excellent horror movie that operates on a tight budget, but it pulls it off remarkably well. The movie does not have any fancy effects or excessive gore, but it relies on solid storytelling to make a chilling impact on viewers. The movie manages to create an unsettling atmosphere throughout its runtime, and its story is full of twists that will not disappoint. Fans of classic horror will find plenty to enjoy in Satan's Triangle, and it stands the test of time even after more than forty years since its original release.

Satan's Triangle is a 1975 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 14 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.9.

Satan's Triangle
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  • Runtime
    1 hr 14 min
  • IMDB Rating
    5.9  (1,402)