Ross Hendry’s review published on Letterboxd:
The last of the films from Vinegar Syndrome's Cardona Collection.
It's a reasonably entertaining film (with thankfully less of the animal violence compared to the previous two) but suffers from pacing issues. I was struck by the contrast between long takes of people shuffling around a boat which could have been trimmed, and the plane crash sequence which was much more tightly edited.
I don't think I'll pick up more Cardona sets unless the films sound really interesting, as I found myself more interested in learning about the film-making Cardona dynasty than the films they produced.