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Wolf Creek 2

1 h 46 min201418
Seeking to experience the real australia, backpackers Rutger and Katarina venture from the main tourist trail to visit the awe-inspiring Wolf Creek crater.
Greg Mclean
John JarrattRyan CorrRutger Enqvist
English [CC]
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Katarina Schmidt
Greg McleanSteve TopicHelen Leake
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4.5 out of 5 stars

1016 global ratings

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  2. 12% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 8% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 3% of reviews have 2 stars
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AidenReviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 July 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Much better sequel to Wolf Creek and a 'genuine' must for horror fans.
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Wolf Creek 2 is far much better than the first, poor helpling they brought us. The acting is so much better and the overall movies production and script well adapted.

It stars the same sadistic butcher/killer in the scorched Australian outback, played brilliantly by John Jarratt who is determined to keep the Aussie outback 'foreigner' free in the most horrific of circumstances and nothing or nobody will get in his way while he once again goes on a 'not for the weak hearted' blood curdling hunting spree.

It even makes me cringe during some scenes and I've seen it a couple of times and it is extremely graphic and realistic.

A real must for horror fans and worthy of five stars in this category of movies - definitely for 18+ ONLY!
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BAZ316Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 05 February 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
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For me,this is a 4 star film that made a good sequel,but was never likely to live up to the first. That said,i would be very happy to watch it again, the main character is played well once again. We pick up as the maniac,Mick,makes it clear he doesn't like people bothering him,as 2 annoying cops get on his wrong side only to regret it. So it opens up having us aware Mick is just as crazy as ever. From there,we get a young German couple who encroach on his turf,one of these unfortunate victims leads on to the what becomes the main story of the film,as a guy who just wants to help out is soon playing a vicious game of cat and mouse. So we have the poor victim trying to outrun and outsmart Mick.
The gore is well done and makes its point that this is an all out horror sequel with more blood and kills. It doesn't have the tension of the first film,but that is mainly because we know what Mick is all about and this is an extension on how he hates not just the british but anyone he feels doesn't belong on his land,his beloved home of Australia. There is some tension with the main victim,wondering if he can possibly escape Mick's clutches.
So a great job is done for those of us willing to accept the sequel is all about killing and torturing whoever Mick wishes to,making it frighteningly obvious if you see Mick,run like hell,or you'll soon be in it!
Richard MortonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 August 2015
3.0 out of 5 stars
Absurd but entertaining
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You'll likely know from the opening sequence whether this is for you or not. Like the rest of the film, it's unapologetically violent and bloody with an underlying dark humour (very dark humour). The film itself then rattles along like an odd mash up of Wolf Creek, Hostel and Duel.

You don't necessarily have to have seen the first Wolf Creek film to know what the game is here. It stands alone reasonably well as a chapter in the blood thirsty life of killer Mick Taylor, here coming across as a bizarre Aussie version of Freddy Krueger with better skin and lamer one liners.

What starts as your standard back packers in peril horror flick soon abandons all attempts at subtlety and morphs into balls to the wall action/chase territory with a splash of torture porn chucked in for good measure. Guns, knives, whips, trucks, lorries, horses, kangaroos (!?) all come into play as weapons and it's so gloriously OTT at times that it starts to feel like a spoof.

So if you can get on board with the rabid violence, grisly blood letting and broad humour then there's enough to like here to make it worth a watch.
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Mrs. HatterReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 October 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
Super Serial-Killer Sequel
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This is a really great sequel. Sequels - horror sequels in particular - can often be a let down and I was a little dubious about this one as I loved the first film and wasn't sure how this would work, but they've done a great job of keeping the feel of the first film (including the cat-and-mouse suspense) while keeping it fresh and have managed to add some extra layers to the film which is now more a mix of action and horror this time around with more insight to Mick as a character which works really well. He has some brilliant comedy moments which somehow works among the gruesome gore, which is laid on a lot heavier than in the first film.

The opening scene is brilliant and will probably let you know there and then if you're going to enjoy it or not, but it's well worth a punt as a standard serial-killer horror at its current price if you're not sure.
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G. MACKEYReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 September 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Disturbing follow up to what was, and still is, an iconic horror.
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Wolf Creek was, when I first watched it, one of those few horror films where you view it with a sense of trepidation. To an extent, a degree of fear of what was to follow....horror films don't normally have that effect on me.
The level of extreme violence and sadism in the original was what made it what it was....truly disturbing.
I made the assumption that as all follow ups can leave a little to be desired, Wolf Creek 2 would be. Not the case, although it did fall a little flat towards the end (the victim has to endure a somewhat silly quiz on Australian history at the hands of Mick Taylor, the serial killer).
However, the rest of the film pulled absolutely no punches. The opening sequence, which endures for about 15 minutes before the opening credits, is truly staggering. The two arrogant patrolling officers who come across Taylor suffer a pretty extreme and bloody fate.
And so it continues, with two European tourists ending up (the man particularly nastily and quickly despatched) dead as one would expect.
A British tourist is the plaything of Taylor for about the last third of the film. He lives! But with a twist............
All said and done, another film that I will have to watch again with a degree of trepidation.
Wolf Creek can't do much for the Australian Tourist Board! Allegedly both films are based on some truth!
julie terryReviewed in the United Kingdom on 31 August 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
loved it......not for the squeamish !!
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i thought this sequel was better than the first, but then i am a sucker for slasher films. john jarrett once again is brilliant as mick, with his crusade to clear australia of foreigners. the opening sequence was horrific, i have never seen special effects like that before, well done to who ever made that. definately a no no for the squeamish. i shall recommend this to my horror loving friends.
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mrsmichaelfassbenderReviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 May 2015
3.0 out of 5 stars
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It was hard to see how the first could be 'followed up' without being a copy of the original, so I understand why this takes the route it does but it misses the mark on everything that made the original so good.
Our mate Mick is now so much less manacing, too much time has been spent on the gore (special effects department's work is admittedly awesome) and not enough on the story. Lots of scenes plagiarised from different movies - including 'Duel' & 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' & surprisingly those are the scenes that work best. If you weren't to attached to the first you'll probably enjoy a lot more than I did.
P. WILLIAMSReviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 August 2016
3.0 out of 5 stars
Shallow screenwriting let this down.
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I almost stopped watching this after about 15 minutes simply because I couldn't see where the film was going to go? It appeared to me to have run out of options unfortunately and I don't think it was the fault of the actors or Greg McLean the Director of this and the first film. There was a good mix of things and emotions, terror, romance and a little comedy in some of the scenes and the make-up and the prosthetics were especially good but the continuity of the film wasn't there. It was as if each murder or act of malevolence by Mick Taylor (John Jarrat) was separate. I think the film was let down by the Screen Writing as the story had NO depth,
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