Dark Island

January 3, 2010 0 By Fans
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Soldiers and scientists visit a remote island, the site of bio-weapons research, after losing contact with the staff there.

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 3.2/10 (714 voted)

Sam Gorski

Stars: Jai Koutrae, Zero Kazama, Mary Christina Brown

After losing contact with its researchers on a remote island, a military corporation hires a group of scientists and soldiers to find out what went wrong. When they arrive, the team quickly discovers that experiments performed on the island have unleashed a powerful and deadly entity that will stop at nothing to destroy them all.

Writers: Gregory Gieras, Simon Boyes


Jai Koutrae

Will Cain

Zero Kazama

Raymond Hua

Mary Christina Brown

Rachel Gant

Victoria Floro

Dr. Sophie Miller

Rob O'Brien


Eric Raymond Lim


Rodney Wiseman


Tansy Alexander

Newscaster 5

Tate Ammons

Researcher 1

Andre Benjamin

Vice Chairman Wessler

Debbie Cameron


Jeff Castle

Newscaster 2

Michael Cummings


Michelle Ehrman

Newscaster 6

Jason Harder


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Release Date: 3 Jan 2010

Filming Locations: Franklin Canyon Reservoir, Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles, California, USA

User Review

Another Terrible Movie of Island of Experiments of an Evil Military Corporation

Rating: 3/10

The Altracorp Corporation uses the Mare island as testing ground of
biological weapons, but the research team loses control of the
experiments and disappears. A rescue team formed by Raymond Hua (Zero
Kazama), Rachel Gant (Mary Christina Brown), Doctor Sophie Miller
(Victoria Floro), Allen (Rob O'Brien) and Will Cain (Jai Koutrae)
depart from Stillwater, British Columbia, to the island. When they
arrive, they find one survivor, Mitchell (Eric Raymond Lim), infected
by the experiment and a deadly black smoke has been unleashed
threatening them. When they return to the beach, they find that their
vessel has disappeared and they are trapped in the remote island.

"Dark Island" is another terrible movie of "island of experiments of an
evil military corporation". The unoriginal screenplay uses the black
smoke from "Lost'; black eyes from "Supernatural"; a collection of
clichés with ridiculous plot points; and an awful and amateurish ham
acting. The cast might have been chosen in a cinema school,
highlighting the speech of the uncredited guy that performs Will's
superior in the army. My vote is three.

Title (Brazil): "Ilha das Sombras" ("Island of the Darkness")