Wolf Creek

Wolf Creek

Wolf Creek

Classic Australian horror from filmmaker Greg McLean, loosely based on the real-life murders of tourists by Ivan Milat and Bradley Murdoch. Three backpackers stranded in the Australian outback are plunged in a hellish nightmare of insufferable torture by a sadistic psychopathic local.

2005Rating: MA15+, Strong bloody violence and nudity99 minsAustralia
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Wolf Creek / Reviews

Variety

Variety

[It's] scary cinema pushed to the brink of punishment. But there's no question that what it sets out to do, it does alarmingly well.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

The vogue for retro-horror, particularly the stripped-down shivers of 1970's slasher flicks, continues apace in this nasty little piece of work from Australia.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

There is a line and this movie crosses it. I don't know where the line is, but it's way north of Wolf Creek.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It's a story bound to give even the most seasoned thrill seeker nightmares.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

A grimy gut-chiller that unsettles as much as it thrills, violently shunting you to the edge of your seat before clamping onto your memory like a rusty mantrap. Feel the fear.

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BBC

BBC

The film's preference for female suffering gives it a misogynist undertow that's even more unsettling than the gore.

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