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Safety in Numbers (2006)

Several survival contestants return to the island for a weekend TV reunion show get more than they bargain for when they disappear one by one.

Director:

David Douglas

Writer:

David Douglas (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jessica Napier ... Jen
Ben Tari Ben Tari ... Joe
Henry Nixon ... Nigel
Tasma Walton ... Caroline
Karen Pang ... Lisa
Teo Gebert ... Matt
Peter Rasmussen ... Wesley
Christian Marcel Christian Marcel ... Roger
Gabriella Maselli ... Maddi
Tory Mussett ... Sarah
Alan Lock Alan Lock ... Inspector Alan Carter
Leslie Bell Leslie Bell ... Reporter
Dichen Lachman ... Reporter
Barbi Brown Barbi Brown ... Cheque Girl
Rachel Luff Rachel Luff ... Cheque Girl
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Several survival contestants return to the island for a weekend TV reunion show get more than they bargain for when they disappear one by one.

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It was only a game show

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Horror

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 September 2006 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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I wish i were in the Safety of the Numbers of people that wisely avoiding watching this travesty
6 October 2009 | by movieman_kevSee all my reviews

Six former reality-TV stars (three female & three male) from 'Castaway Island' are whisked away to a seemingly deserted island for a reunion show. Once there, they're hunted and killed one by one. Could it be this Wesley guy that everyone thinks is crazy or someone else entirely? The better question is will you even care to find out one way or the other?

Proving that America doesn't have a monopoly of unoriginal, hideously contrived, badly acted and scare free B-horror films, this Australian travesty rears it's ugly head to further trivialize and dumb down fans of the horror genre. This relatively blood-free, heavily clichéd mockery is deathly boring on top of all that and to add insult to injury, the ending doesn't make a lick of sense

My Grade: F+


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