Whilst definitely not a perfect film, Triangle delivers a terrifying dose of déjà vu with each passing minute, sending the audience on a mysterious voyage to uncover the reality of a time loop out in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. A combination of the UK and Australia's best efforts, set in America, there's a bit of continental confusion when it comes to the film's national identity - but for all intents and purposes, it's a British film.
In truth, alongside its nationality, Triangle sometimes gets lost in its own plot, and there’s room for improvement across the board. However, its commitment to an original and enthralling storyline is to be commended. Groundhog Day with extra bite, the dizzying interlocking tendrils of Triangle are enough to earn it a solid spot in the top ten.