DEVIL’S TRIANGLE (2021) Reviews and overview of The Asylum movie

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‘The terror finally revealed

Devil’s Triangle is a 2021 American monster action film about a group of marine biologists who crash land in the Bermuda Triangle. Soon, they realise they have stumbled into the lost city of Atlantis.

However, they quickly discover the city isn’t friendly, and its humanoid inhabitants are planning worldwide domination using the piles of weapons and technology that have fallen through the Triangle over the centuries…

Directed by Brendan Petrizzo from a screenplay written by Brendan Haley and Joe Roche (Planet Dune; Robot Apocalypse; Alien Conquest; Meteor Moon; Collision Earth). Produced by Paul Bales and David Michael Latt. Executive produced by David Rimawi.

The Asylum movie stars Morgan Bradley, Alyson Gorske, Liam Hawley, Torrey Richardson, iconic Fred Williamson (Atomic Eden; Zombie Apocalypse: Redemption; 1990: The Bronx Warriors) and Diana Prince (The Barn Part II; Bunnyman Vengeance; Frankenstein Created Bikers).

Our review:
Even for The Asylum, this is a breathtakingly threadbare production that reuses special effects footage from a couple of their other movies but otherwise relied on some really cheap sets (there’s a brick wall in a submarine!).

Overall, there are too many exposition-heavy dialogue scenes involving some unconvincing actors and only the presence of Fred Williamson elevates Devil’s Triangle into something watchable.

Adrian J Smith, MOVIES and MANIA

Other reviews:

“Don’t get me wrong, we’re very much in low-budget Asylum territory with this movie but if you’re a fan of their product, then I’d happily say Devil’s Triangle is one of their better films of recent memory. Seriously. This is very much an old-school adventure movie rather than the mockbuster or monster movie we usually see from The Asylum – it reminds me more of films like Hercules Reborn…Nerdly

“This is all utter nonsense of course, but at least Devil’s Triangle is fast-moving nonsense with a couple of monsters thrown in for good measure. And even more importantly we get a quick glimpse of Pluto (Fred Williamson, Atomic Eden, VFW). And you know if The Hammer is around there’s going to be some action going down […] Despite its flaws, Devil’s Triangle isn’t boring and it kept me amused.” Voices from the Balcony

Release date:
Devil’s Triangle received a one-week theatrical run in several US cities on November 26th. The movie also received a Digital release on November 30th 2021.

Background:
Director Brendan Petrizzo told Fangoria Devil’s Triangle is “a return to the 42nd Street Grindhouse days with more sharks… and monsters.”

He continued: “As a director, I love mixing things around and creating new worlds and this film has it all. For example, Devil’s Triangle is a shark film and a monster movie, with an escape from Atlantis plotline, merged all into one. It’s something that Asylum has never really tackled before and I truly think the fans will eat this one up. We have a lot of crazy, innovative moments in this movie, such as Diana’s iconic scene with the shark. All in all, it’s a weird little movie with an amazing cast and crew and I’m very pleased with how it turned out.”

Cast and characters:
Diana Prince … Diana
Fred Williamson … Pluto
Sharon Desiree … Lacy
Erica Duke … Anthea
Veronika Issa … Cadmus
Alyson Gorske … Sam Taylor
Morgan Bradley … Vera Collins
Anna Shields … Midge
Alissa Filoramo … Archimedes
Mark Valeriano … Owen Dubois
Torrey Richardson … Ruth Dubois
Courtney Nelson … Paige
Jeremy Miller … Ajax
Anthony W. Preston … Erastos
Jordy Tulleners … Achilles
Victoria Grant … Dimos
Marco M Torres … Frantic Passenger
Alejandro De Anda … Justin
MMyrom Kingery … King Nereus
Liam Hawley … Del Collins
Meg Colburn … Gina
Kelly Kathleen … Rose

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