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Spring Break: WOLF CREEK

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  • Spring Break: WOLF CREEK

    Exclusive: Two Wolf Creek TV Spots!


    ComingSoon.net has your exclusive first look at two TV spots for writer/director Greg McLean's Wolf Creek, which Dimension Films is releasing in theaters on December 25.

    It was supposed to be the vacation of a lifetime in the Australian Outback - full of fun, sun and adventure. But what happened to a trio of twenty-something backpackers took a wrenching detour into the depths of unrelenting terror. Based on true events, Wolf Creek is the haunting story of their unthinkable ordeal - a mounting white-knuckle nightmare so real it was destined to become horror legend. Wolf Creek is a startlingly intense motion picture experience of rapidly escalating dread and suspense.

    The chillingly believable events begin as freewheeling, college-aged pals Liz (Cassandra Magrath), Kristy (Kestie Morassi) and Ben (Nathan Phillips) head out for a holiday hike in stunning Wolf Creek National Park to see its mysterious meteor crater. When they return, their car won't start. Trapped in the vast emptiness of the wilderness - all they can do is wait for rescue. Luckily, as night falls, along comes colorful local bushman Mick (John Jarratt) and his massive truck, offering a tow to safety. But as the sun comes up the next morning, it becomes shockingly apparent that Mick has no intention of fixing their car or letting them leave the Outback...ever again. As Liz, Kristy and Ben search for any conceivable way out, Wolf Creek plunges towards an unforgettable climax.
    TV Spot 1:
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    TV Spot 2:
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    To learn more about Ivan Milat, the "backpack killer" who the film is based on, visit KillerOutback.com.au.

    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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