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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 3:56 pm  Post subject: Satan's Triangle (1975)
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Satan's Triangle - vhs-rip DVDR

Rescue pilot Doug McClure and his companion, Michael Conrad, are sent to answer an SOS call from a small yacht at sea. Conrad is leery because the location is at the center of the Bermuda Triangle, but McClure dismisses that as so much bunk.

However, when McClure gets to the ship, he finds a lone woman survivor, Kim Novak. After malfunctions force Conrad to return to base and McClure to stay on board the yacht with Novak, she tells him of the horrifying paranormal deaths which preceded her rescue. However, McClure's cynical nature allows him to look for, and find, plausible explanations for what happened.

When Conrad comes back to pick them up, though, the movie takes an entirely different turn. I won't tell you what it is, but it's one of the most terrific shockers I've ever seen in a film. What a great ending! It still creeps me out thinking about it.


Directed by
Sutton Roley

Writing credits
William Read Woodfield

Kim Novak .... Eva
Doug McClure .... Lt. J. Haig
Alejandro Rey .... Father Pete Martin
Jim Davis .... Hal Bancroft
Ed Lauter .... Strickland
Michael Conrad .... Lt. Cmdr. Pagnolini

IMDB link : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073662/


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Great upload but why so big size of it for a vhs rip over 2 GB :o
What is the running time of it?

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 7:05 pm  Post subject:
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I presume that this is a DVR copy, so VHS rip made into a DVR - perfect for burning onto DVDs...


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manzarek wrote:
Great upload but why so big size of it for a vhs rip over 2 GB :o
What is the running time of it?


its a DVDr, not an xvid. MPEG2 is a lot worse compression than mpeg4 and it will be full dvdr resolution.

And to say there's 4.32GB of space to go at on a dvd5, its about right for a vhsrip to mpeg2.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2006 7:49 pm  Post subject:
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Yeah I asume it was a dvr-r but can anyone make an xvid/Divx of it just around 700 MB dont have enough space to dl :o

EDIT: I downloading this anyway has to move some stuff :)

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