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About the Movie
Lured by the promise of an Australian holiday, exchange student Paul visits the notorious Wolf Creek Crater. His dream Outback adventure soon becomes a horrific reality when he encounters the site’s most infamous local, Mick Taylor (John Jarratt). When Paul attempts to flee, Mick pursues him across a hostile wasteland and eventually drags him back to his underground lair. After seeing the true magnitude of Mick’s monstrosity, Paul’s only hope of surviving, where no one has before, will be to use every ounce of cunning to outwit the man behind the monster.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 47
- Fresh: 23
- Rotten: 24
- Average Rating: 5.7/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Mick has been reimagined as a chortling, xenophobic butcher who enjoys a singalong of "Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport" and dismembers his victims with the help of Patsy Cline's "I Fall to Pieces."
Rotten: While Creek has some notable frights reminiscent of the 2005 original, this version tries too hard to create a franchise-able serial killer from Down Under, a Mad Max with a machete.
Fresh: A fast-moving, lean killing machine that will delight genre fans.
Fresh: "Wolf Creek 2" is gory, disturbing, inventive, twisted and rather well made.
Return To The Bloody Outback
If you're a fan of Greg McLean's WOLF CREEK, by all means, spend some more time with Mick and his knife.
If you love kangaroos, well...you'll see.
Not for the faint of heart, but a worthwhile follow-up to the 2005 Aussie classic.
Better Than Expected
Let me start out by saying that I didn’t like the first Wolf Creek. It’s boring, predictable, and seems like every other slasher flick. So why did I decide to watch this sequel? I don’t know, I was curious. But I can’t deny the fact that I enjoyed it. This movie is entertaining from start to finish. Yes, the characters are stupid, but slasher movies wouldn’t be made without them. The opening scene and the climax are the two best parts of the movie; the rest is basically the good parts from the first movie. One thing I didn’t like about this movie is how it’s not even remotely scary. Even though I didn’t like the first movie, I will admit that it did build tension; this sequel didn’t really have any, so I’d say it’s more of a thriller than a horror. Another thing I didn’t like is the ending. It ended on a note that reminded me a lot of the Saw movies. I like the Saw movies, but endings like they have don't fit the overall feel of Wolf Creek 2. And it’s kinda unbelievable that the killer would do everything he could possibly do to get one person. You’d think he’d give up sooner or later since it’s just ONE person, but no, then we wouldn’t have a movie right? But overall, Wolf Creek 2 is a big improvement from the first movie, but lacks scares, tension, likable characters, and new content.
Good and much better than the first one
Good movie and better than the first one as it steps on the gas early and never let's up. The only thing the first one did well was the initial suspense waiting for the villian Mick to show his colors. The new movie assumes we all know who Mick is and goes first throttle from the get go. Good job and a bit rough but these movies are suposed to be. Go Mick!
- Genre: Horror
- Released: 2014
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