review: Fantasy Island
was originally set for a Valentine’s Day release, but it was then pushed back to 6th March. It’s an odd thing to do, especially given the money that would have been pumped into the marketing for the Valentine’s release. Cinemas are also heaving at the moment with genre cinema; The Invisible Man
is already out, Sacrilege releases on the same day, and The Hunt
arrives on Wednesday. With all this competition, can Fantasy Island
stand out from the crowd?Lucy Hale
, Austin Stowell
and Michael Peña
in Columbia Pictures’ Blumhouse’S Fantasy Island.
After directing Truth or Dare
, Jeff Wadlow
returns with another Blumhouse produced film, Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island
, a modern horror adaptation of the popular ’70s television series. The film follows a group of people who win a trip to the mysterious Fantasy Island, a place where all guests are granted a single fantasy.