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Jill Robinson takes her teenaged son on a vacation to an island, not knowing of the evil and danger awaiting them. No one on the island has ever aged or gotten sick, because of an ancient ritual where its inhabitants sacrifice an outsider every year. It turns out that this years intended victim is Jills son. Written by
Jill Roperson (Melissa Joan Hart) joins her cousin Patti McMullen on a trip to an island village to see a guy Kevin Watson. Patti's purse almost gets snatched. Kevin takes Patti to see Dr. Faye Croft. Both Jill and Patti have especially strong genes. Jill falls for artist Chris Hammett. Patti is gone and Jill is told that she has left the island. There is a secret evil on the island and the villagers are keeping a horrific secret.
This is a Lifetime mystery but it should try more for a horror feel. It looks cheap and is a lesser TV production. The teases get a bit repetitive and tiresome. There is no tension. Melissa Joan Hart does her best but this is, at best, a second-tier Twilight Zone episode. This should simply be Patti missing with Kevin as the prime suspect for the first half. There should be no teases of the central secret at least until the midpoint.
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