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First Look At ‘Territorial’, From ‘Wolf Creek’ Director Greg McLean!

There are some places Mankind was never meant to go…

Bloody Disgusting has the sales art and first still from Territorial, a genre-splicing horror flick from director-writer Matthew Holmes and produced by Wolf Creek‘s Greg Mclean. The film is said to blend the classic ‘Western’ with a gritty ‘creature-horror’, exploring Australian Indigenous mythologies like never before.

Pursued by a dark and ancient force of nature, a group of escaped outlaws must join forces with those who hunt them to fight their way out of a forbidden and feared valley deep in a mountain wilderness.

For sales at Cannes by Odin’s Eye Entertainment, Wolf Creek Pictures and Two Tone Pictures.



  • Love that poster! The creature effects look great; hope they keep them physical and not CGI heavy. I like the whole creature-feature/western mash up concept; it worked well in “The Burrowers” which I think is criminally underrated. I’m also a fan of Mclean’s, as I love “Wolf Creek” and maybe I’m in the minority here, but I really enjoy “Rogue.” I think the croc effects are handled pretty well, especially with how it moves and it’s actions. Pretty stoked to see how this turns out!

    • twotonepictures

      There will be no CGI creature effects whatsoever in Territorial! We are deliberately using traditional, old school visual effects only – ie. man-in-a-suit, animatronics, puppetry, miniature and stop motion animation, but taking to all to level of realism rarely seen. It’s gonna look very, very cool… and its going to make the film very unique. I trust you will enjoy it when it hits cinemas next year sometime!!! Matthew Holmes, Director/Producer

      • dirtyghettok

        No CGI? Now I’m really interested. Thanks for that update.

        • twotonepictures

          Yep, no CGI at all. The creature on the poster is a photo, not a CGI render or painting. Territorial a deliberate move away from CGI effects. Join the Facebook page for regular updates! Cheers!

          • ThunderDragoon

            You don’t know how happy you made me! This is going to be amazing. I can’t wait for this movie.

  • BabyJaneHudson

    Bold move to put the monster on the poster like that. The Australian outbacks could be a hell of a backdrop for this.

  • Aaron Emery

    Fabulous poster!

    • twotonepictures


  • highly_suspicious

    What i dig most is the use of our indigenous mythology. No one has really done that to great effect, and there’s an enormous amount of material to mine through for inspiration.

    Good luck to the team, i’m gunning for ya!

  • Evil_Flip

    can’t wait. Wolf Creek and Rogue are quite awesome.

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