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Lachie Munro almost 4 years ago
Scary each time. Good for a DVD collection to pull out as a scary movie night with friends
Lenart Skoberne 4 years ago
While it has it's moments, the sluggish first half weighs the movie down.
Obi Xan Statham over 4 years ago
Fans of hostel will appreciate the over the top gore.
Gavin Klein over 5 years ago
Its a horror thriller that is really suspenseful! Really good and worth watching!
Ben Woodley over 6 years ago
Boring first half to set up film, but brutal and lively second which saves it.
Brendan Keevers over 6 years ago
Good, freaky, scary, claustrophobic, curl up & scream kind of horror. Loved it!!
Dominic Dirupo over 7 years ago
Menacing + freaky. Should be required viewing for all backpackers
Lauren Armstrong over 1 year ago
Maria Andrea over 2 years ago
Sven Van Rossen over 2 years ago
Mandy Allen almost 3 years ago
Steven Jv almost 3 years ago
cervv over 3 years ago
Matthew Barry 4 years ago
Amber-Lynn over 4 years ago
Nicolaus Miller over 4 years ago
River Tam almost 5 years ago
Ali almost 5 years ago
Luca Andreola almost 5 years ago
Jonathan Ray Mitchell almost 5 years ago
Wolf Creek is a 2005 independent Australian horror film written, co-produced and directed by Greg McLean. The story revolves around three backpackers (played by Nathan Phillips, Kestie Morassi and Cassandra Magrath) who find themselves held captive by a serial killer (John Jarratt) in the Australian outback. The film was marketed as being "based on true events". Wolf Creek premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2005. The Australian premiere was in March 2005 in Adelaide. The film was later screened at the Cannes Film Festival the following May. It was released in cinemas across the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland in September 2005. In its home country of Australia, the film received a general release in November 2005, apart from the Northern Territory, due to the trial surrounding the murder of British traveller Peter Falconio. It was released on 25 December 2005 in the United States. The film was nominated for seven Australian Film Institute awards, including...
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