‘Wolf Creek 2′ Postcards Promise Pain (Exclusive)

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Throw another tourist on the barbie.

If you haven’t seen Image Entertainment’s insanely awesome Wolf Creek 2 yet, it is on VOD platforms everywhere (it will also be in limited theaters May 16). If not, we’re sending you these exclusive postcards with a knock to the noggin asking, “Why the hell not?”

Read my positive review here.

Directed again by Greg McLean, “Lured by the promise of an Australian holiday, backpackers Rutger, Katarina, and Paul visit the notorious Wolf Creek Crater. Their dream Outback adventure soon becomes a horrific reality when they encounter the site’s most infamous local, the last man any traveler to the region ever wants to meet; Mick Taylor.

As the backpackers flee, Mick pursues them on an epic white knuckled rampage across hostile wasteland. Only one will remain to be dragged back to his lair to witness the true magnitude of his monstrosity. And if the last man standing is to have any hope of surviving where no one else has survived before, he’ll have to use every ounce of cunning to outwit the man behind the monster and become every bit as ruthless as the monster inside the man.

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  • DeadInHell

    What is it that people like about the Wolf Creek films? They’re so…dumb.

    Maybe I just don’t like torture porn and boring invincible villains and deus ex machina enough.

    • Maxime C

      It seems like you didn’t even see the first one… There is no torture porn at all ! Tension, thrills and quick deaths…
      I’ll admit the second one is a little more…gory, but really, Wolf Creek was NOT a torture porn movie!!!

  • scaryjim

    I thought this was proper disappointing. The first one was excellent due to the juxtaposition of the landscape and the horror. This essentially turns Mick into a late era Freddie Krueger, except it’s really not as funny. I have a hard time imagining how anyone could have a fun time with this, everything that made the first good is totally absent – The first even spent a good half an hour character building until things kicked off. I hope Greg McLean goes on to do some better genre stuff and build on the cinematography front, I liked the Picnic at Hanging rock vibe of the first.