One of the scariest films in years, Wolf Creek is an unforgettable, shocking and completely visceral experience from first-time director Greg McLean.
Three backpackers head into the beautiful and isolated Australian outback in a dilapidated car. After several days of driving, they finally arrive at their destination - Wolf Creek National Park, a mysterious area where a meteorite landed. After exploring the terrain, they discover that their watches don't work and their car won't start. As panic sets in and the trio prepare to spend the night in the middle of nowhere, they notice strange lights emerging from the darkness heading straight for them. So begins the group's encounter with one of the most terrifying madmen in the history of film.
Based on terrifying true events, Wolf Creek is a cinematic hand grenade guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seat.
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So many horror films seem to bear the blurb "The scariest film of the year". Most often I'm left wondering if these quotes came from the director's gran. Wolf Creek, however, is one of those rare films that actually lives up to the hype. This film is so scary, my girlfriend actually refuses to watch it again. This is due, overwhelmingly, to actor John Jarratt, who is every bit as convincing and compelling in his role here as Anthony Hopkins was as Hannibal Lecter. In fact, Jarratt is probably better. The rest of the cast are also impressive. The film starts slowly, then builds up tension to a brutal, gut-wrenching crescendo. Unlike so many horror movies, you really don't know if the characters are going to survive their ordeal. I'm not so easily spooked, but I can appreciate a fine horror flick. And Wolf Creek is one of the best to come along in years. At this price, it's a no brainer.