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With the familiar "Alien" sound effects and Lance Hendrickson, the Burmuda Triangle horror movie is again remade with a minor attempt at some plot and some serious design. Interestingly, this horror while it dips into the same cliche towards the end, this movie distinguishes itself by trying to be smarter than the usual horror movie and there is a smidgeon of psychological closure that make this movie a bit more quality-defined than the ordinary horror flick. For a low-budget, no-name (except for Lance), the movie does o.k.
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