Triangle

The Triangle

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Director: Craig R. Baxley

Cast: Craig R. Baxley, Eric Stoltz, Sam Neill, Lou Diamond Phillips

     
 

When a series of cargo ships vanish into the open waters of the Bermuda Triangle, a team of determined specialists attempt to uncover the mystery of the planet's most perplexing phenomenon in Storm of the Century and Rose Red director Craig R. Baxley's spooky sci-fi miniseries. Billionaire Eric…  See more details below

Overview

When a series of cargo ships vanish into the open waters of the Bermuda Triangle, a team of determined specialists attempt to uncover the mystery of the planet's most perplexing phenomenon in Storm of the Century and Rose Red director Craig R. Baxley's spooky sci-fi miniseries. Billionaire Eric Benirall's (Sam Neill) ships have gone missing at an alarming rate, and it's high time to find out if there's a human factor behind the strange disappearances. With each surprising revelation the plot surrounding the Bermuda Triangle only seems to deepen, though, and as the bizarre stories about the cursed waters slowly begin adding up to a bigger picture, Benirall and his fearless crew are about to discover that the truth is most certainly always stranger than any work of fiction.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/28/2006
UPC:
0031398188506
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
NR
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Time:
4:15:00
Sales rank:
39,410

Special Features

Closed Caption; 16x9 widescreen version; 5.1 Dolby Digital; 2.0 Dolby Digital; Sci-Fi Inside: The Triangle; Spanish subtitles; English closed captioning

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Eric Stoltz Howard Thomas
Sam Neill Eric Benirall
Lou Diamond Phillips Meeno Paloma
Catherine Bell Emily Patterson
Bruce Davison Stan Lathem
Michael Rodgers Bruce Geller
Barrie Ingham Doug Weist
Marius Weyers Karl Sheedy
John Sloan Aron Ackerman

Technical Credits
Craig R. Baxley Director
Sonny Baskin Editor
David Connell Cinematographer
Scott Davidson Sound Mixer
Dean Devlin Executive Producer,Original Story
Volker Engel Producer
Janet Gilmore Casting
Tom Hannam Production Designer
Megan McConnell Casting
Michael S. Murphey Co-producer
Rockne S. O'Bannon Executive Producer,Original Story,Screenwriter
Rachel Olschan Associate Producer
Bryan Singer Executive Producer,Original Story
Kelly Van Horn Producer
Marc Weigert Producer

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Triangle, Pt. 1 & 2
1. Main Titles/At Sea [5:48]
2. To the Rescue [4:34]
3. Unexplainable Force [11:49]
4. The Group [5:19]
5. All or Nothing [8:31]
6. A Vision [6:41]
7. Fasten Your Seat Beats [5:34]
8. Crash Site [9:25]
9. The Little Girl [10:20]
10. Dat Trip [8:31]
11. Belly of the Beast [10:48]
12. Credits Part One [:55]
1. Main Titles/Submarine Under Siege [7:59]
2. Captives [6:28]
3. What Now? [6:44]
4. Alternative Reality [7:45]
5. Forces Realigned [8:45]
6. Disappearing Act [5:48]
7. Acting Crazy [6:52]
8. Power Trip [8:05]
9. Clear Skies [5:33]
10. Auto Pilot [7:06]
11. Desperate Times [10:51]
12. Credits Part Two [:57]
Disc #2 -- The Triangle, Pt. 3
1. Main Titles/Storm Brewing [6:42]
2. Exotic Matter [7:02]
3. Navy Secrets [7:40]
4. Waiting for a Miracle [8:01]
5. "What if They're Wrong?" [6:45]
6. 4th Dimension [7:43]
7. Time Travel [7:14]
8. Second Chance [6:28]
9. All Wrong [6:07]
10. Ship at Sea [5:30]
11. Back to Reality [13:11]
12. Credits Part Three [:57]

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The Triangle 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tidalwave3 More than 1 year ago
Oh did I tell you I am a Catherine Bell fan and she is cute as a whistle in this movie as well :) While Eric Stoltz does well as the lead. The film is worth seeing, keeps you on your toes and, while some of the ideas are absurd and not everything is within the realm of logic. The entire film is in 3 parts (90 minutes+/-) and is just that a movie and should be taken as such. The effects are decent, without being too flashy, the music and atmosphere are also appropriate. See "Sci Fi Inside : The Triangle"