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Vanessa Turnbill / Chloe
Frank Roberts ...
Brad / Scarman
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Hilary Jacobs
Geoff Revell ...
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Jim Pilonski
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A group of film students attempt to finish a horror movie that stopped production years earlier when the director was killed. Unaware that every attempt to complete the pic coincided with the murders of those involved, the students return to the original location in an isolated part of the country. When filming begins, so do the killings. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for strong violence and gore, language and brief nudity | See all certifications »
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The movie's closing credits state that this picture was: "Filmed at Baywood House, Bridgewater and entirely on location in South Australia". See more »

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The unmarked Commodore police car which arrives at the house has hubcaps. All Australian police cars - marked or unmarked - use pursuit rims, with no hubcaps. See more »

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Chloe's mom: Kids...? I've put your dinner on the stove!
Vanessa Turnbill: Okay, Mom.
Chloe's mom: Don't forget to lock up, Chloe.
Vanessa Turnbill: I won't. Bye, Mom.
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Horror Fans - you'll LOVE this comedy!
2 March 2000 | by (your backyard) – See all my reviews



I must admit, I was expecting something quite different from my first viewing of 'Cut' last night, though was delighted with the unexpected Australian horror gem. I am a true horror fan as true as they come, and found 'Cut' to not only be the best of the genre Australia has ever produced, but one of the great parody/comedy films of late.

My only concern is that mainstream audiences may not pick up on a lot of the comedic elements - the film was not overly clever in it's application but made me laugh at every turn trying to fit in EVERY possible cliche of the horror genre they could. I am certain this was intended as humour....hoping this was intended as humour.

And of course, there was the gore.

The use of the 'customised' garden shears was brilliance - besides the expected stabs and slashes. In short, there was a huge amount of variety and creativity in the many violent deaths, enough to please even the skeptics of this films worth.

The appearance of both Kylie Minogue (short that her appearance was) and Molly Ringwald was just another reason to see the film - both performances were fantastic, as well as Simon Bossell ('The Castle') in a brilliant role as the jokey technician.

All in all, I think this movie is one of the best horror products of the last couple or years, as well as a beautiful satire/parody - toungue-in-cheek till the very end.

Loved it. Go see it!


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