Wolf Creek (2005) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Welcome to Wolf Creek, where the suspense of The Blair Witch Project meets the horror of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Inspired by Australia’s “Backpacker Killer” who murdered seven backpackers in the ‘90s, Wolf Creek won wide acclaim from critics, filmmakers and audience members alike at the Sundance Film Festival. Three unsuspecting hikers take off for a drive across Australia. When the trio returns from a four-hour hike to Wolf Creek National Park, they find their car is dead. Help comes in the form of big, back-slapping bushman Mick (John Jarratt). Since Mick appears to be more Crocodile Dundee than Freddy Krueger, the trio trusts him…which proves to be a grave mistake. Quentin Tarantino said, “Jarratt delivers a performance that’s destined to go down as one of the greatest film heavies of the last 25 years. “Not since the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre has terror felt so real.”
Stranded backpackers in remote Australia fall prey to a murderous bushman who offers to fix their car, then takes them captive.
About Wolf Creek (2005)
Starring: Nathan Phillips, Cassandra Magrath, Kestie Morassi, John Jarratt, Gordon Poole
Runtime: 99 minutes
Director: Greg Mclean