Michael Mahal, Sonny Mahal, Wesley Cannon for Mahal Empire, Wicked Monkey Pictures, Alien Donut Films, Stag Mountain Films
directed by Adam Werth
starring Tom Sizemore, Noel Gugliemi, John Wells, Sarah French, Victor V Gelsomino, Wesley Cannon, Greg Tally, Sheri Davis, Bill Victor Arucan, Isabelle Urganci, Dane Bingenheimer, Zera Lynd, Janet Wang, Dave Shecter, Jackson Everest, Earl Gray, BJ Mezek, Ben Stobber, Kevin Hager, Alex Rinehart, Denny Nolan, Jon Adams, Hans Hernke, Victoria Kelemen, Chloe Perez, Tracy Obonna, Darryl Goldberg, Mike Ferguson, Ashley Valigura, Allen Woodman, Bron Theron, Crystal J. Huang, George Funderburg, Alexander Hauck, Niko El Santo Zavero, Rachelle Henry, Michael Beran, Charles Solomon jr, Lisa Hinds, Wayne D Burdette jr, Frederick George Stuhrberg, Kyosuke Mukai, Thomas Rivas, Dennyann Giambrone, Shelly Cassin, Natasha Janina Valdez, Scott Cassin, Steve Pacheco, Nick Ford, Mary Jones, James Dormuth, O.G. Silverback, Jody Nolan, Rudy Ledbetter, Jean Heathen, Kyle Clarington, Alena Dawn, Sam Vanivray, Elizabeth Noelle Japhet, Kimberly Lynn Cole, Adrian Low, Tom Harold Batchelder, Rouge Rose, Michelle Hill, Joshua Winch, Sephdok Ramone, Brian Bell, Joseph Romo, Raf Adame, Kyrillos Saber, Alan Bohms, Andrea Vasquez, Robert B. Oliver, Robert Anderson, Tatum Wesloski, Dennis E. Jusino, Mark H. Phillips, Kayla Kalisz, Nino Smith, Ben Stobber, Allen Woodman
story by Sonny Mahal, Michael Mahal, screenplay by Robert Thompson, revisions by Adrian Milnes, music by Entropx, special effects by 1313 FX, special effects supervisor: Tom Devlin, stunt coordinator: Allen Woodman
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This flight to Puerto Rico hasn't been under a good star from the
get-go, as the crew was pretty much forced to take a dangerous criminal
(Noel Gugliemi) on board for extradiction against the express advice of
the flight's security officer (Tom Sizemore) - and of course this results
in a shoot-out almost immediately after the plane's airborne. But that's
only a minor problem compared to the freak thunderstorm the plane gets
into that soon makes it crash inside the Bermuda Triangle, and only a
couple of handful of survivors make it to an island - but they're only
moderately suited for survival in the first place, and this isn't a place
that's easy to survive in as is ... and then our motley crew is attacked
by monsters, and only the interference of a stranger, Bruce (John Wells)
saves them from certain death. Now Bruce, it turns out, has been surviving
since World War I, which doesn't sound possible since he still seems young
and in pretty good shape, but it becomes quite apparent that he knows what
he's doing, and if our survivors want to survive some more, it's a good
bet to throw in their lot with him. But FBI agent Victor (Wesley Cannon),
part of the extradition crew, wants to be alpha dog himself, so without
knowing how he promises a way out and splits the group in two. Thing is,
neither group is exactly a safe haven since the monsters attack everyone
equally, and without - or even with - a decent plan, survival chances are
Genre fave Sarah French is the voice of reason in this one
while horror shooting star Sheri Davis plays the perfect Karen.
I wouldn't go nearly as far as calling Bermuda Island the Citizen
Kane of monster movies, because it quite simply isn't (nor I dare say
has it set out to be) - but that said,
it's a film that's really good at what it does, and that's delivering
suspense, shocks, action and gore in all the right places, keeping things
tight at all times, and presenting us with a nice mix of relatable
characters and well-drawn caricatures, which all adds up to really nice
genre entertainment. And of course, the lovely yet perfectly moody
locations help to bring this one to life, as do the rather nicely crafted
practical creature effects.
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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