It's the late 80s and Vicki Maloney is on her way home from a party after sneaking out earlier in the night. Soon she is picked up by a friendly, seemingly normal Australian couple who offer her a life in their car. Little does the teen know, however, that she's about to suffer the most nightmarish experience of her life. The couple, John and Evelyn White, are serial killers who track down young girls to rape and murder them. It seems that John is at the forefront of the abuse, while Evelyn has been manipulated into such a lifestyle from a very young age. It's Vicki's perception of the dynamic of this couple that allows her to try and turn the pair against each other, and ultimately encourage Evelyn to let her go. Meanwhile, her divorcing parents and boyfriend Jason are scouring the neighbourhood for her, armed only with a vague clue left by the victim.
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Alice Parkinson and Stephen Curry - (l-r) Alice Parkinson, Stephen Curry, Jodi Gordon and Daniel Macpherson Sydney, Australia - The premiere of 'The Cup' held at Event Cinemas Tuesday 11th October 2011
Thunderstruck is a quirky Aussie comedy (is there any other kind of Aussie comedy?) about a group of musicians who reconvene 12 years after their rawkin' band breaks up due to the death of one of the old band's members. They've made a pact that if one of them dies, the rest of the group will see that his body is buried alongside former AC/DC frontman Bon Scott. Road trip ensues, with all manner of silliness, zaniness, and craziness ensuing.
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