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
37 Views

[Birds calling]

You traveling with two sheilas,

are you, mate?

Uh, yep.

- Two, eh?

- Yep.

That'll be a bit of fun, eh?

Yeah, yeah.

Just sign there.

They get, uh,

real easy when they travel.

Loosen up a bit, hey?

Mate of mine reckons.

He picks 'em up all the time.

Uh-huh.

- That's it?

- Yep, yep.

Good on ya, champ.

Don't do anything I wouldn't do, eh?

Nah. I won't.

Send us a card.

All right.

[Starts engine]

Fat f*ck. What a tool.

[Women chattering]

[Laughs]

[British accent] How funny's that?

I like that.

I think we should send that one.

[British accent] Do ya reckon?

[Man] Yep.

[Revs engine]

Yep.

Yep.

[Revs engine]

How long is this gonna take, mate?

Not long.

How long's not long?

Well, I've almost got it.

Yep.

- Yep.

- Yep!

OK.

Yep.

Yep!

Yep.

[Continues rewing engine]

- Yep.

- Yep.

He fancies you.

He doesn't.

- Does.

- You fancy him.

I don't think so.

[Laughs]

The three of us are going to be

stuck in a car together for three weeks,

and it'll be trying enough without

"is it me, or is he being weird today?"

Lt'd drive me barmy.

Yeah. You're right.

He is cute, though.

Do you think he's really got

a girlfriend in Sydney?

Why would he lie?

He's a bloke.

[Chuckles]

I can't believe we're leaving.

I know.

It feels like two years,

not two weeks.

[Horn blaring]

[Male] Whoo!

[Tires screech]

Wow!

- Want a lift?

- [Woman] I'd love it.

I thought I requested purple.

Eh. For 1,500 bucks

we're lucky it's got doors.

I love it.

Hey, where's my stuff?

We forgot about food for you. Sorry.

Yeah, we thought you'd get by

on our gratitude and appreciation.

[Laughs sarcastically]

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Where's the booze?

Oh, we've made a decision.

After last night,

never drinking again.

We've got to get an early start

if we want to get to Wolf Oreek

by tomorrow night.

Mm-hmm.

Piss off. Of course I checked.

[Chuckles] How much

of an organization Nazi is she?

No, she's right. In bed by 9:30.

[All cheering]

[Dance music]

[Woman 1] This is bad, actually.

Oh!

[Woman 1] You weren't gonna drink that.

Is that your beer?

- Patrick. Pleased to meet you.

- Nice to meet you.

That's a pretty nice handshake there.

Let's give it a kiss.

Lovely, lovely.

- I can pack a punch.

- You can pack a punch?

Why would you want that?

- I would if I had to.

- [Patrick] If you had to? [laughs]

You gotta hear this bullshit story.

Bullshit! It wasn't bullshit!

[Shouting]

Ten foot wave sprayin'.

Shh! Shh!

[Laughter]

[Cheering]

[Dance music continues]

Go on!

I think it's past 9:30.

[All laughing]

[Birds chirping]

[Birds chirping]

[Clinking, rattling]

[Sighs]

I got the worst taste in my mouth.

[Laughs]

[Chattering indistinctly]

[# Daddy Oool:
Eagle Rock]

[Guitar playing]

# I'd like to sing a song for you

[stops playing]

- OK, let me start again.

- [Laughs]

Here we go.

[Plays new song]

- # I love her

- Oh, God.

# I really, really love her

[laughing]

# Make me smile all the time

# When you cook my food

and you clean my room

# I love you, Mum

I love you, Mum

[both women]

# He's been playing guitar

# For a few weeks now

[woman 1] # And he's really,

really, really crap

[woman 2] # And he's crap

[woman 1] # Really shit

[male] # I'm not that bad

[woman 1] Oh, my God!

[Male] Yeah, that's cool.

That's amazing.

You're near the world's

fifth biggest UFO sighting area.

- [Male] Kristy, I'm serious.

- I know!

- [Male] I can hear you laughing.

- What? I'm listening.

Fine.

- [Woman 1] I'm listening.

- [Kristy] Tell us.

Don't listen to her.

Tell me. I'm listening.

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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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