A company provides big game hunters with expeditions to the past to kill dinosaurs. They only have one rule that's there to protect the timeline: Never ever get off the beaten path. Violation of this rule is punishable by death.

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In the future, a time travel agency offers "The Time Safari", where clients may kill dinosaurs, specifically selected by the team, in order to not change the environment and consequently past. During one expedition, the traveler becomes scared and leaves the protective path, with catastrophic results. Written by Gislef

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11 August 1989 (France)  »

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Eckles: Does the safari guarantee I come back alive?
Agent: We guarantee nothing, except the dinosaurs.
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Version of A Sound of Thunder (2005) See more »

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A Dark Tale
20 July 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

In the future, a time travel agency offers "The Time Safari", where client may kill animals like dinosaur, but specifically selected by the team, in order to not change the environment and consequently past. During one expedition, the traveler becomes scared with the huge dinosaur and leaves the protective path, shooting and stepping on the woods. When the team returns to their base, they realize that future has changed, and a further investigation showed that client stepped on a butterfly, with drastic consequences to mankind.

I recently saw Peter Hyams' "A Sound of Thunder" (2005) on DVD, with an extended version of this short tale of "The Ray Bradbury's Theater". I found the VHS where I taped this show and I watched again, and I found it darker and darker when comparing with the 2005 movie. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Safari no Passado" ("Safari in the Past")


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