Here's some quick background on the film, via a recent write-up in the Boston Globe:
You may have heard some of the stories. The Bridgewater Triangle, whose rough borders stretch from Abington to Freetown to Rehoboth, abounds with them — apparitions, UFOs, Bigfoot, killer dogs, mystical creatures, enormous birds and snakes, satanic rituals, disappearances, murders.
Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman thought up the ominous name in his 1983 book, Mysterious America. "It’s becoming one of the preeminent paranormal stories in the world," Tim Weisberg, host of the radio show Spooky Southcoast, says in the film.
Next week's encore screening at Uplifting Connections follows separate, recent efforts to get another Bridgewater location, Cinema 6 on the east side of town, to show the movie. According to a blog post by co-director Aaron Cadieux, the establishment has been "unreceptive," sparking an online petition that currently has 85 signatures.
Cadieux made a 30-minute documentary in 2003, Inside the Bridgewater Triangle, which set him on the path to expanding his efforts to feature-length with co-director and lifelong Bridgewater Triangle resident Manny Famolare. Their new movie is also available online for $5.99.
[The Bridgewater Triangle]