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  • Summary: Greg McLean's first acclaimed tour de force, "Wolf Creek," took audiences on a frightening, fact based road trip through the darkest parts of Australian Outback and the depraved human mind. Journeying home again, this time to the crocodile infested waters of Australia's remote wetlands, the director's wildlife boat tour is more down-under "Jaws" than "Crocodile Dundee." Joining a beautiful local tour guide and an American writer on assignment, the rest of this thriller's food chain is composed of tourists and adventure seekers alike. Waiting in vain to be rescued on an ever-disappearing parcel of dry land, you will never guess their next move…as terror lies just beneath the surface. (Third Rail Releasing) Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Richard Kuipers
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    A competent horror yarn filmed in eye-catching Aussie outback locations.
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  1. AnthonyB.
    Aug 14, 2008
    10
    This is an awesome movie! It totally sends up the Jaws genre and it's really funny. Don't listen to the naysayers they take things too seriously. Expand
  2. EricP.
    Aug 19, 2008
    10
    A well made and skillfully acted "nature-run-amok" film directed by Aussie helmer Greg McClean of Wolf Creek fame.
  3. Jan 15, 2013
    10
    A really well-made horror underwater thriller, great job, unexpected, very nice, very well-done, original sort of, overall very good shock, with amazing visual effects! Expand
  4. JayH.
    Jul 29, 2008
    8
    Great film, edge of your seats suspense, well acted and excellent pacing. Fine photography, good special effects and believably presented. My only issue is that it is too often predictable (not always though), but a very well done movie. I watch a lot of films, this is one of the few that had me glued to the screen throughout. Expand
  5. JoeT
    Sep 13, 2008
    7
    A competent Crazy Croc flick (Lake Placid 1 + 2, Primeval, Eaten Alive, Alligator -- Yeah, it's a subgenre) that's not getting enough love out of the outback. It didn't quite put me through the ringer that was Wolf Creek, but still very much worth checking out. Expand
  6. Mark
    Sep 1, 2008
    7
    This was a real surprise of a film. A friend asked me if I wanted to watch a movie about a giant crocodile and I thought it would be some terrible CGI crap fest. Quite the opposite. The film starts off looking like an episode of "Planet Earth" with lush beautiful scenery, then the giant crocodile comes into play and it becomes quite suspenseful. The movie has great pacing and the characters are believable. There's some gore, but it's not overdone, and the croc looks amazing - some of the best practical and CG work I've seen. Highly recommended (if the idea of a giant crocodile attacking tourists appeals to you). Expand
  7. MK
    Aug 6, 2008
    0
    It was very bad - Honestly do not see it - it's not scary, it's cheesy, bad bad cheese - worse than Kraft singles gone off. I liked his last film (Wolf Creek), this one is a shocker! Expand

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