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    Wolf Creek

    Three backpackers travel into the Australian Outback, their first stop is to visit a meteor crater in the isolated Wolf Creek National Park. When they go to their car, they find that it does not start and without option, they decide to spend the night in the car. Later, a local friendly man, the hillbilly Mick Taylor, stops his truck, offers to help the trio, finds that they need to replace the coil and proposes to tow them to his camp, where he could fix the car. When they accept the proposal, their dreamy vacation turns into a scary nightmare.
    Duration: 99 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2005
    IMDb: 6.2
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  • Actors of "Wolf Creek"

  • Characters of "Wolf Creek"

    Mick Taylor. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: John Jarratt
    Liz Hunter. Character of Wolf Creek
    Kristy Earl. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Kestie Morassi
    Ben Mitchell. Character of Wolf Creek
    Old Man. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Gordon Poole
    Car Salesman. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Guy O'Donnell
    Mechanic. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Phil Stevenson
    Petrol Attendant. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Geoff Revell
    Bazza's Mate. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Aaron Sterns
    Bazza's Old Mate. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Michael Moody
    Flashback Dad. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Andrew Reimer
    Flashback Mum. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Vicki Reimer
    Flashback Girl. Character of Wolf Creek
    Irish Backpacker. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: David Rock
    Pool Party People. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Paul Curran
    Detective. Character of Wolf Creek
    Police Officer. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Peter Alchin
    Roadhouse Guy. Character of Wolf Creek
    Played by: Rory Walker
  • Directors of "Wolf Creek"

    Greg McLean. Director of Wolf Creek
    Greg McLean
  • Creators of "Wolf Creek"

    Greg McLean. Director of Wolf Creek
    Greg McLean
  • Critic Reviews of "Wolf Creek"

    Entertainment Weekly
    January 04, 2006

    An unusually crisp and boldly shot Texas Chainsaw Massacre knockoff.

    January 03, 2006

    What Wolf Creek offers is a competently made horror excursion with an unfortunate reliance upon clichƩs balanced off by some legitimate shocks.

    Ebert & Roeper
    December 29, 2005

    It's a depressing exercise in just mutilation and torture.

    Newark Star-Ledger
    December 27, 2005

    It's not your typical holiday attraction, but it should lift the spirits of horror devotees, if no one else.

    Houston Chronicle
    December 27, 2005

    Wolf Creek is wicked and witless -- cruel for the sake of cruelty.

    USA Today
    December 25, 2005

    There's no substitute for bad taste. And this one has it double-barreled, both in the timing of its release and as a movie, one said to be loosely based on fact.

    August 30, 2009

    Gets under the skin

    Cinema Crazed
    April 29, 2009

    I just wanted the damn thing to end...

    November 20, 2008

    Despite the obvious influences of the original "Chainsaw," "Hills Have Eyes," "Last House," and other kidnap-terror films, you can't predict what is going to happen in this film.

    July 17, 2008

    For all its efforts at avoiding the usual slasher movie nonsense, it does fall back on some familiar, lame plot devices.

    Eye for Film
    August 16, 2007

    It is almost as if a hardcore survival horror film had been infiltrated (and slyly undermined) by the quieter mysticism of Peter Weir's Picnic At Hanging Rock...

    Film Journal International
    March 01, 2007

    A sustained plunge into abject horror that isn't meant to be laughed at or shaken off easily.

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