Wolf Creek is more than just a film franchise that transitioned into a TV series; the first season of Wolf Creek was more like a 9-hour sequel to Wolf Creek 2, a worthy continuation of the franchise launched by Greg McLean back in 2005. Season 1 of Wolf Creek is now available on Blu-ray/DVD and Season 2 is set to air on Australian streaming giant Stan sometime this Winter.
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The latest trailer, just released online today, shows Mick Taylor (John Jarratt), our favorite outback slasher, up to his old tricks. This guy has gotten into and out of so much mayhem, he’s nearing supernatural status! This time, he’s set his sinister sights on an entire bus-load of tourists, meaning we can expect all new levels of depravity! Have a look-see:
Here’s the full-length trailer, released a few weeks back:
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Official Synopsis: Mick Taylor sees an opportunity of a lifetime after a chance encounter with a coach full of tourists from around the globe. The unwitting travelers begin an outback adventure none of them could have imagined.
In addition to John Jarratt as Mick (reprising the role he made famous) Wolf Creek Season 2 will star Tess Haubrich, Matt Day, Ben Oxenbould, Laura Wheelwright, Stephen Hunter, and Chris Haywood.
And check out a trailer for Wolf Creek Season 1 below.
Official Synopsis: An American family’s Australian vacation takes a tragic turn when sadistic serial killer Mick Taylor targets the tourists. College student Eve is the lone survivor after Taylor attacks the family in the Outback. Determined to avenge the deaths of her parents and younger brother, Eve sets out to hunt down their killer. She vows to bring the perpetrator to justice or die trying. As she goes along on her journey, Eve evolves into an adult and transforms from prey to predator, looking to triumph over her evil adversary. The six-part miniseries is inspired by the 2005 film of the same name.
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