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  • #16
    The first one put me to sleep, so I'll definitely be passing on the sequel.
    "Iím not a fighter, Iím a bleeder. The best I could hope for would be to drown somebody else in my own blood. If I donít drown myself before."

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    • #17
      I liked Wolf Creek. I found John Jarratt to be a bad ass. However, its one of those films that, like Hostel, I'd just want one of, since the novelty has worn off.
      I'll pass.

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      • #18
        i was a huge fan of the first one, loved the antagonist, he was creepy and hilarious. don't see how this one's gonna be any different then the first tho. like what's gonna happen, he hunts and kills a different set of tourists?
        'life, it's the shit that happens while you're waiting for moments that never come'

        - Lester Freamon

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        • #19
          not really looking forward to this.

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          • #20
            If it has less than 30 minutes of worthless exposition, I'll be pleased.

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            • #21
              Best news i've heard all day.

              "Redbull and Vodka?"

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              • #22
                Actually I feel like one of the few people that really liked the 1st film. It was realistic and gritty and Mick is truely an unforgettable villian with that damned unnerving laugh I honestly dont see how so many people couldn't get through this because they think it was slow. I saw the 1st WC at it's midnight release years ago and I was focused every minute You guys should try sitting through Hatchet For A Honeymoon, a movie that really has a slow pace with uninteresting charecters and storyline I cant wait to see a WC sequel, I just wonder how they can still use the true story theme with it though....

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Kenjis Ghost View Post
                  Actually I feel like one of the few people that really liked the 1st film. It was realistic and gritty and Mick is truely an unforgettable villian with that damned unnerving laugh I honestly dont see how so many people couldn't get through this because they think it was slow. I saw the 1st WC at it's midnight release years ago and I was focused every minute You guys should try sitting through Hatchet For A Honeymoon, a movie that really has a slow pace with uninteresting charecters and storyline I cant wait to see a WC sequel, I just wonder how they can still use the true story theme with it though....
                  Mick is fantastic, but he doesn't show up until 33 minutes into the film. Nothing interesting happens until then.

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                  • #24
                    Wolf Creek was way over-hyped and not even scary at all. Plus it wasn't that gory either, so if they're doing a sequel it damn well better be a million times more scarier and bloodier all around.
                    sigpicOh, shit!

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                    • #25
                      The directors of WC2 should watch Eden Lake for pointers.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Reverend Lowe View Post
                        Mick is fantastic, but he doesn't show up until 33 minutes into the film. Nothing interesting happens until then.
                        The shots of the metor crater were kinda creepy and the the arguement with the locals at the bar was relevant to Micks charector. But there were a couple other moments early on that werent needed (the beach scene) otherwise it still wasnt a boring movie in my opinion.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Kenjis Ghost View Post
                          The shots of the metor crater were kinda creepy and the the arguement with the locals at the bar was relevant to Micks charector. But there were a couple other moments early on that werent needed (the beach scene) otherwise it still wasnt a boring movie in my opinion.
                          It seems that most "survival" horror films have slow beginnings. Even H-wood films like Wrong Turn are like that.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by BloodyKisses View Post
                            Wolf Creek was way over-hyped and not even scary at all. Plus it wasn't that gory either, so if they're doing a sequel it damn well better be a million times more scarier and bloodier all around.
                            *spoliers*

                            A chick has her fingers sliced off and is stabbed in the back. Another is shot with a rifle while attempting to escape. That same rifle is used to splatter some poor guys brain all over a window. A man is crucified with nails. several rotting, dismembered corpses are around Micks home AND he gets shot in the neck...yeah no gore at all

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Kenjis Ghost View Post
                              *spoliers*

                              A chick has her fingers sliced off and is stabbed in the back. Another is shot with a rifle while attempting to escape. That same rifle is used to splatter some poor guys brain all over a window. A man is crucified with nails. several rotting, dismembered corpses are around Micks home AND he gets shot in the neck...yeah no gore at all

                              Haha, the Saw movies makes Wolf Creek look tame IMO. I've seen worse in other films so I guess the "gore" factor is different for us all.
                              sigpicOh, shit!

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by BloodyKisses View Post
                                Wolf Creek was way over-hyped and not even scary at all. Plus it wasn't that gory either, so if they're doing a sequel it damn well better be a million times more scarier and bloodier all around.
                                a horror movie doesn't need to have buckets of blood to be successful and that's what I loved about Wolf Creek.
                                What they did show was enough and the rest was left to your imagination. I guess in todays climate of torture porn and such, using your imagination just doesn't cut it.

                                Loved the first film so would happily line up for a sequel.

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