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Stones of Death (1988)

Kadaicha (original title)
The residents of a housing development find themselves in trouble after they discover that their development was built on top of a sacred aboriginal graveyard, on which a curse was placed upon anyone who disturbed it.

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Gail Sorensen
Tom Jennings ...
Matt Taylor
Eric Oldfield ...
Alex Sorensen
Kerry McKay ...
Shane
Fiona Gauntlett ...
Fizz Dryden
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Tracy Hocking
Bruce Hughes ...
Tony Pirrello
Steve Dodd ...
Billinudgel
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Mrs. Millhouse
Sean Scully ...
Mr. Fitzgerald
John Paramor ...
Det. Rose
Sara Dakin ...
Deb Hartley
Harry Cripps ...
Jeff Cross
Terry Markwell ...
Gloria
Nicholas Flanagan ...
Const. Todd
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The residents of a housing development find themselves in trouble after they discover that their development was built on top of a sacred aboriginal graveyard, on which a curse was placed upon anyone who disturbed it. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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21 November 1988 (USA)  »

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This film is considered an "Ozploitation" (Australian exploitation) picture. See more »

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Film deserves a stoning
16 December 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

A lot of hot air here, stupid and pointless like a few other ocker horrors I won't mention. A score of students in a country town, fall prey when mysteriously given this rock, a death stone. Starring a few young actors, one who's star shone much brighter than the others, this horror schlock low on violence and high on s..t for brains, wastes some other stars, some of them who teach at the high school, where the students are being picked off. As if there's really anything scary about watching a cubicle door shutting and opening on it's own accord, with repeated velocity. They should of just shut the book on this one. The identity of the possessed killer, which is a surprise, just augments this film's limited brain capacity. We have that long haired aboriginal fella we've seen in so many other films, who assists the kids who are left, in stopping their demise, with is sure to ensue. One girl (Zoe Carides who eats fruit and nut chocolate for breakfast), well her father had been behind a decision to redevelop over a sacred aboriginal burial ground, (almost a glimmer of reality here) so may'be it's revenge. Whatever it is, it can't compensate the fact that this is a turkey and a desperate attempt at horror. Though the movie's surrounds are interesting, the best thing about this potboiler.


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