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Watch it before it's in theaters: Wolf Creek 2

Coming soon to a theater near you
Coming soon to a theater near you
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Attention fans of the original "Wolf Creek" movie, because the long awaited sequel "Wolf Creek 2" is finally available in the United States! You can watch it now, before it hits select U.S. theaters on May 16, 2014. Check with your local cable or satellite provider to see if you can order "Wolf Creek 2" and watch it now via video-on-demand. If not, this horror movie sequel will have a limited release in theaters, beginning Friday, May 16.

In U.S. Movie Theaters: Friday, May 16, 2014/Limited Release
On-Demand (VOD): Thursday, April 17, 2014

Written and Directed By: Greg McLean
Rating: NR
Runtime: 106 minutes
Production Companies: Duo Art Productions, Emu Creek Pictures
Distributors: Image Entertainment (2014) (USA) (theatrical), Roadshow Film Distributors (2013) (Australia) (theatrical), Screen Australia (2012) (Australia) (all media)
Taglines: "The outback can be crazy this time of year" and "Mick's back with a few days to kill."

John Jarratt ... Mick Taylor
Ryan Corr ... Paul Hammersmith
Shannon Ashlyn ... Katarina Schmidt
Philippe Klaus ... Rutger Enqvist (as Phillipe Klaus)

The unrelenting Mick Taylor is back again in the long awaited sequel, "Wolf Creek 2." Set in Australia's outback, the area known as Wolf Creek Crater becomes an even more dangerous playground for annual tourists thanks to our serial-killing Aussie native.

Within the first few minutes of the film, fans will be pleasantly surprised to see some superb special FX work - those poor, harassing coppers never saw it coming. Mick Taylor (John Jarratt) seems to have less tolerance this time around too, as he hunts for his perfect prey across Australia's unforgiving region. Unfortunately, for the tourists backpacking around the beautiful Wolf Creek Crater area, they never saw it coming either and don't stand a chance against Mick's years of experience of hunting, slaying and gutting (of pigs, among other things).

The first two get off easy in my opinion, but as the movie progresses, it becomes apparent just how horrific Mick Taylor's sick fantasies and underground games really are. The labyrinth of torture uncovered in this film by its main character, visiting surfer Paul, is 100 times worse than anything we saw in the first film. Just wait until you see Mick unleash his truly depraved personality and ideas for his captive(s).

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