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Wolf Creek 2

  • The Playlist  News

    Exclusive: It's Time To Play A Game In Clip From 'Wolf Creek 2'

    The Australian outback is as beautiful as it is dangerous, and filmmaker Greg Mclean chilled audiences by emphasizing the latter in 2005's "Wolf Creek." That movie introduced the world to the deranged Mick Taylor (played with glee by John Jarrat) and nearly a decade later, he's back with another hor...

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  • The Playlist  News

    Watch: Head To The Outback With U.S. Trailer For 'Wolf Creek 2'

    Yep, it's about ten years since Greg McLean took audiences to the outback and scared them silly with "Wolf Creek." The original only made around $27 million worldwide, but it was enough to spawn this follow-up a decade later, and it looks like it's more harrowing horror in the wilds of Australia.

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  • Indiewire  News

    'Wolf Creek 2' Snatched Up by Image Entertainment

    Image Entertainment acquired Greg Mclean's horror/thriller sequel "Wolf Creek 2," at the 2013 American Film Market. The film returns audiences to the Australian outback where crazed, serial killer Mick Taylor (John Jarratt) once again preys on unwitting tourists.

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  • The Playlist  News

    Watch: True Evil Returns In Trailer For 'Wolf Creek 2'

    One film that you might not have guessed played the Venice Film Festival earlier this is Greg McLean's "Wolf Creek 2." Yes, the sorta cult hit horror flick from 2004 has returned nearly a decade later with a sequel, and once again, it looks like things get pretty nasty in the Australian outback.

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  • The Playlist  News

    Watch: First Clip & New Footage From Horror Sequel 'Wolf Creek 2'

    The Aussie horror "Wolf Creek" was only a modest success for Dimension Films in 2004. Granted it was produced for a song so the $16 million domestic gross was mostly cheddar for Bob, but cheapo horrors tend to be much more profitable on the whole (it would only gross $22 million worldwide). Not only...

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  • The Playlist  Reviews

    Review: Greg McLean’s Horror Sequel 'Wolf Creek 2'

    “What the bloody hell are you buggers doin’ out here?” That peeved query is one of many threatening lines said by Aussie isolationist Mick Taylor, the cheerfully rational monster patrolling the outback in Greg Mclean’s “Wolf Creek 2,” the odd, occasionally effective sequel to 2005’s unhinged horror ...

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