Wolf Creek 2 (2013)

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Avg Rating: 4.3 / 5. Voted: 35

No one cared thus far. Do you?


AKA:
Directed by: Greg McLean
Starring: John Jarratt (Mick Taylor), Ryan Corr (Paul), Shannon Ashlyn (Katarina), Phillipe Klaus (Rutger)
Country: Australia, Effed Up Australian Cinema
Language: English (Optional Eng Subs)
Runtime: 01:46:07
Genres: Serial Killers, Gore-Gruesome, Captivity-Kidnapping, Torture, Violence Against Animals, Based on a True Story

Plot – Spoilers:
The sequel to Wolf Creek focuses on three tourists and killer Mick Taylor’s distaste for them shitting in his backyard.

After Mick’s done with a couple of cops, he moves to a shallow couple that insist on reiterating aloud that the spots they hang around are amazing, heavenly and awesome.

Barring an entertaining quiz game with a third tourist, the victims do their best to repel your sympathy with their stupidity and gutlessness. And even though Mick is often ridiculously able to appear out of thin air wherever they hide, you don’t feel like arguing with the writers of the film on their behalf.

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Zed Man
Zed Man
July 8, 2021 11:16 am

Thx for this EUM guys. Been looking forward to watching this. Will watch the first one again before I tackle this one. Classic Aussie cinema.

Oh No Ontario
Oh No Ontario
July 8, 2021 11:31 pm

eum: may i take your order ma’am
me: flying kangroos, extra cheesy
eum: one order wolfcreek 2, comin’ up

Zed Man
Zed Man
July 9, 2021 10:42 am

Can you read English? What does it say in the comment section? NO REQUESTS!! I am surprised that the EUM guys have not deleted your ass.

ian
ian
July 9, 2021 7:22 pm

brilliant..prefer it to the first one. The series is excellent too

Skippy
Skippy
July 10, 2021 12:22 am

Skippy here, you know I can’t fly, right mate ?

Dee
Dee
July 10, 2021 3:38 am

Wolf Creek 1 was decent. I just freed up 2 hours, let’s do this…

LOTTY DA
LOTTY DA
July 10, 2021 5:48 am

LUVED IT, definitely Aussie classic stuff, like Mad Max… no boring parts here. & thanks again for sub titles, or I could not enjoy these movies, you’re the best.

pain
pain
July 11, 2021 6:00 am

great acting australian effed up media never disappoint.

The butcher
The butcher
December 11, 2021 3:49 pm

So what did we learn from this movie kids

kvothe
kvothe
January 4, 2022 9:03 am

didn’t care for it.

Irin
Irin
March 27, 2022 4:03 am

He’s a man of word, after all.

AyoPeePeePooPooCheck
AyoPeePeePooPooCheck
April 6, 2022 11:23 pm

It’s Don Bradmen, bitch

cruzz
cruzz
May 7, 2022 6:58 am

I really enjoyed Wolf Creek and was excited to see the sequel due to it having even better reviews than the first one but I was kinda disappointed due to the change in tone. The best part about the first film by far was the tense and at times disorienting atmosphere that made you dread that the victims woudn’t be able to escape and the overall gritty aesthetic that’s common with horror movies released in the early 2000’s. Wolf Creek 2 had none of that. At certain points it seemed like I was watching an over-the-top brainless action flick riddled with exaggerated car chases rather than a horror movie which was a real downgrade from the effortlessly scary ambience of the first movie. The killer being able to constantly get away despite the messy murder scenes, his killing of two cops at the start of the movie (really dumb move that should have been detrimental to him if the movie were a little more realistic) and the fact that he constantly let his victims run away (which could have resulted in them being able to get help or at least get too far for him to chase them back) only to find them and capture them again was also really irksome. I know some serial killers manage to get away with killing for a very long time in real life but I really don’t think our guy Mick is bright enough to manage killing that many people without getting caught. Overall I felt like the sequel let Mick get away with too much without giving feasible reason as to why besides hyping him up as an unstoppable killing machine without anything to back up that hype.