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The Triangle (2016)

Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery | 28 June 2016 (USA)
Four filmmakers take their cameras into the Montana wilderness to document the mysterious inner workings of a young community with a giant secret.




Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew Rizzo Andrew Rizzo ... Self
Lee Rizzo Lee Rizzo ... Self
Brick Patrick ... Self (Rick)
Nathaniel Peterson Nathaniel Peterson ... Self
Ciara Rose Griffin ... Self
John Budge ... Self
Nicholas Daue Nicholas Daue ... Self
Tyler Potter Tyler Potter ... Self
Kendra Mylnechuk ... Self
Monte Jenkins Monte Jenkins ... Self
Martha Neslen Martha Neslen ... Self
Andy Greenfield Andy Greenfield ... Self
Aaron Roos Aaron Roos ... Self
Karen Jean Olds ... Self
Michael Patrick Kane ... Self


Four filmmakers take their cameras into the Montana wilderness to document the mysterious inner workings of a young community with a giant secret. Written by Anonymous

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After receiving an unsettling postcard from an estranged friend living in a secluded commune, four filmmakers take their cameras into the wilderness of Montana to document the mysterious inner workings of the group on their disconcerting road to self-sufficiency, witnessing something more shocking than they ever imagined.


Horror | Mystery


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Honest Film With An Underlying Sense Of Dread
27 July 2016 | by ethanjwaldenSee all my reviews

The film starts out with an interesting concept: A friend moves away and after a long time of radio silence an eerie postcard shows up asking for the other friends to come visit. What begins as just creepy slow build begins to unravel into something way more uneasy and mysterious.

I am not usually one for faux docs or found footage films, but it stayed super realistic with on point direction and natural character engagement. With other found footage flicks, like Cloverfield or Rec (even though i do like those movies), i'm typically yelling at the screen "WHY ARE YOU STILL HOLDING THE CAMERA?!?" In The Triangle the actors motivation to continue filming felt genuine and not forced.

Lastly, if you're going in for a crazy, wild, slasher-filled ride...you're not going to get it. Not to say there isn't chaotic intense moments, THERE ARE. But...If you're going in for a subtle creeping uneasiness (which i personally think is way more lasting and horrifying) with a quiet, yet heady resolve that keeps you pondering for days....then this is for you.

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