Wolf Creek

Synopsis: Three backpackers travel into the Australian Outback, only to find themselves stranded at Wolf Creek crater. Once there they are encountered by a bushman, Mick Taylor, who offers them a ride back to his place. Little do the three know that their adventure into the Outback, would be a complete nightmare after the backpackers find a way to escape.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Greg McLean
Production: Weinstein Company
  3 wins & 26 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.3
Metacritic:
54
Rotten Tomatoes:
52%
R
Year:
2005
99 min
$15,948,074
Website
45 Views

All right. I read about this guy

who was driving out

on the highway out there.

And he sees this light ahead of him,

around 500 meters,

and at first he thinks it's a truck

or a semi-trailer or something,

'cause the light's really bright,

like glowing orange and shit.

- Yeah.

- But as he gets closer,

he realizes that the light's

about 10 meters off the ground,

just hanging in mid-air.

So he's scared, freaking out.

And then he hears this... crack!

Like an explosion.

- That was supposed to scare us.

- I know, it's scary.

But he did. He heard this crack.

Like an explosion of a jet.

And itjust took off into the sky,

straight up like a rocket.

And then as soon as it was gone,

his carjust stopped

in the middle of the road,

and it was totally silent.

He was just sitting there,

staring up at the stars.

In the middle of nowhere.

- Hey...

- No reason. Just stopped.

- Is that a true story?

- I read it.

You've got something

dripping off your lip there.

What?

Oh, it's all right.

It's just bullshit.

- No, bullshit you, mate!

- [Laughs]

[Male laughs]

What's all this shit?

- Oh, for the tent.

- For the tent.

- Here, I'll do that. Start on the tent.

- No, you do the tent.

I don't know what you two

would do without me.

[Laughs]

- I didn't finish that.

- Oh, sorry.

- This is it.

- I finished it for you.

- What?

- I didn't know what to do!

- All right?

- [Male] Yep.

[Dog whines]

Now we just got a six-hour drive.

Who's driving first?

- Oh!

- Who's driving first?

I don't know.

I'll go in the back.

- Is that all right with you?

- Yeah.

- I'll go in the back.

- Do you want to drive?

[Squawking]

[Car speeding]

[Woman 1] We're here, guys.

- [Male laughs]

- [Engine turns off]

Well, well, well.

Hey, um, can I have the keys?

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Greg McLean

Greg McLean is an Australian film director, producer and writer. He came to world attention in 2005 with his debut feature film, Wolf Creek, creating one of Australia's most memorable and horrific characters, Mick Taylor (played by John Jarratt). The long-awaited sequel to his first feature, Wolf Creek 2 was released February 2013. Mclean also wrote, directed and produced Rogue (2007) and was executive producer of Red Hill (2010) and Crawlspace (2012). He is also the co-author of two novels about the fictional character Mick Taylor; Wolf Creek: Origin (with Aaron Sterns) and Wolf Creek: Desolation Game (with Brett McBean) and the four-part comic book series Dark Axis: Secret Battles of WW2 and the graphic novel Sebastian Hawks – Creature Hunter. In 2016, his latest film, The Darkness, was released to theaters, and a Wolf Creek TV series was released on Australian streaming service Stan. more…

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