30,000 people are reported missing in Australia every year. Most are found within a month. Some are never seen again. Three young backpackers - Liz, Kristy and Ben - set out to explore Wolf Creek, a remote volcanic crater deep in the Australian outback. But miles from anywhere their car breaks down and, as night falls, the trio are forced to accept help from a passing stranger. What began as the trip of a lifetime is about to become a journey into hell....
This film will haunt you more if you have back packed your way around Australia...it was brilliant!
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Terror down under
- Wolf Creek review by Jawbreaker
I'm glad Wolf Creek was an international success as it seems to have kick started a series of Aussie exploitation films that hark back to the 70's when they were producing some weird and wonderful movies. Wolf Creek itself is predictable but you stay with the ride until the very end. Part of its attraction is the fact the course of events are based on witness accounts. It offers enough gore and frights to entertain those who love the genre. A cast of relative unknowns perform admirably, although if you wish to see this type of film excised to its full potential, then check out the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre.