|release date||August 5 2008|
|starring||Michael Vartan, Radha Mitchell, Stephen Curry, John Jarratt, Heather Mitchell, Mia Wasikoska, Sam Worthington|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisGreg McLean's first acclaimed tour de force, "Wolf Creek," took audiences on a frightening, fact based road trip through the darkest parts of Australian Outback and the depraved human mind. Journeying home again, this time to the crocodile infested waters of Australia's remote wetlands, the director's wildlife boat tour is more down-under "Jaws" than "Crocodile Dundee." Joining a beautiful local tour guide (Radha Mitchell) and an American writer on assignment (Michael Vartan), the rest of this thriller's food chain is composed of tourists and adventure seekers alike. Waiting in vain to be rescued on an ever-disappearing parcel of dry land, you will never guess their next move…as terror lies just beneath the surface.
Crocodiles! I’ve always found them to be rather bad movie monsters. Same thing with snakes, you know the big, fat Anaconda-franchise-kinda snake. I know crocodiles and snakes are prehistoric super-killers with millions of years of evolution in their favour and in real life are as scary as waking up with your mouth full of spiders, but unlike sharks for instance, I’ve always thought crocodiles lacked on-screen character. They are too thin, too clumsy looking, too lifeless, simply not intimidating to look at. No matter how many times some scientist with a secret agenda or wildlife guy has tried to build momentum by telling us just how daaaaaangerous and ferocious these giant, lumpy lizards are, I’ve never really been scared once they got on screen and started eating people. …Read More