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100 Bloody Acres Trailer


Reg and Lindsay Morgan are two Australian brothers who work in the organic fertiliser business, providing super growth treatments for crop farmers everywhere with their blood and bone fertiliser company Morgans Organic. When Reg comes across a very dead driver of a white van that's been involved in a car accident, an ingenious idea springs to mind to boost sales. He grinds the body and uses it in their magic mixture to increase the amount of potassium in their product. However, finding available fresh corpses on the road isn't the easiest thing to do, so when they discover three lost travellers in the middle of nowhere, their new opportunity is too good to resist. 

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John Jarratt and Matt Nable - John Jarratt and Matthew Nable Sydney, Australia - Premiere of 'Inglourious Basterds' at the State Theatre - Arrivals Monday 3rd August 2009

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Wolf Creek Review


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After first seeing The Texas Chainsaw Massacre I had said to myself, "Only in America..." Only in America could cannibal tailors hide in houses waiting for rations to drive by in cars. Only in America could a film be made with such malice, such terror, and such insight into its audience's carnal fears. In Australia, "Only in America..." is a common lament and a common relief. We say it when we see the crime rates, we sigh it when we watch Celebrities Uncensored. Only in America... It is a comforting thought, not being them. But the new Australian horror film Wolf Creek has changed everything.

Greg McLean's Wolf Creek dramatizes the nightmare of tourists everywhere. Two British backpackers, Liz (Cassandra Magrath) and Kristy (Kestie Morassi) are driving across Australia with Aussie tagalong Ben (Nathan Phillips) for the final weeks of a grand holiday. They decide to make a sightseeing detour to a meteorite crater in the desert at Wolf Creek. After visiting the site the three find that their car mysteriously no longer starts. A driver (John Jarratt) picks them up, and with Wolf Creek being a horror film and all, you can pretty much guess what happens next.

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100 Bloody Acres Trailer

100 Bloody Acres Trailer

Reg and Lindsay Morgan are two Australian brothers who work in the organic fertiliser business,...

Wolf Creek Movie Review

Wolf Creek Movie Review

After first seeing The Texas Chainsaw Massacre I had said to myself, "Only in America..."...

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