Jess (Melissa George of AMITYVILLE HORROR, ALIAS) is a troubled mother with an autistic son who goes on a day cruise on a friend's Yacht. Along for the ride is a couple and their female friend. Everything is a bit uncomfortable, as she only knows her friend. Things become worse, however, when they encounter a weird storm which capsizes the yacht. The weather clears up and out of the fog emerges a big old ship. They manage to climb aboard and find that it is deserted. Yet they thought they saw someone on deck as they were paddling over to it in their rubber raft.
The ship is from the 1930's and is running. There's even food in one of the banquet rooms. It's as if everyone suddenly vanished. Then, they see glimpses of someone running down the halls and noises of their footsteps. And the killings begin. Why does someone want to kill them? And why does Jess have the dreaded feeling that she has experienced all of this before?
They are caught in a weird time loop, though Jess is the only one who realizes what is happening. When she tries explaining it to the others they think she is crazy--and by then it's too late and it starts over again. But she thinks she may be able to stop it all, which leads to the whole scenario of someone wanting to kill them all. There are some truly unsettling scenes, especially one in which is becomes clear they've all been here a few dozen times before....
This time travel movie is along the lines of TIME CRIMES. In fact, it so closely parallels that movie, down to the sack cloth masks, that this could be a sequel to that film. And while it's not a Bermuda Triangle movie--the title refers to the name of the yacht--the Triangle, it thematically follows those flicks. Highly recommended.