On Fantasy Island, in a luxury tropical resort, the enigmatic Mr. Roarke turns the most hidden dreams of his guests into reality. But when the fantasies turn into nightmares, the guests, in order to save their lives, must unravel the mystery of the island.
Melanie Cole (played by Lucy Hale, the protagonist of the hit Truth or Dare) wants to heal her wounds by taking revenge on someone who terrorized her as a child. Fantasy comes to life: that person suddenly appears in the flesh in front of her, and in fantasy, Melanie is at the buttons. But does he have the power to implement his plan of revenge?
Overwhelmed with regrets, Gwen Olsen (Maggie Q) would like to change her decisive choices, to take a different path, which will bring her happiness and peace. It’s possible? Maybe, but he’s going to have to go through hell for that.
Policeman Patrick Sullivan (Austin Stowell) dreams of seeing his father, who died on a mission, but the fantasy forces him to explore deeper areas. As an innocent child, he imagines that he can play with real weapons to eliminate the criminals, but things get out of hand.
JD (Ryan Hansen) has no big ambitions: he just brings his stepbrother to the island to have unrestricted fun, unleashing his fantasies at an outdoor party.