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Greatest Horror Movies Ever Made: Part 3: Greatest Australian / New Zealand Horror Films

8 October 2011 9:53 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

 

Australia may not have an overabundance of horror films but they’ve managed to produce some quality genre pictures. The recent success of the acclaimed documentary Not Quite Hollywood has shed light on a much overlooked aspect of Aussie genre filmmaking, from lowbrow slashers to twisted thrillers and gross-out horror comedies. Back in the 70′s a number of prominent filmmakers began to develop a film movement that would eventually see the successes of such films as Mad Max and The Last Wave. It was during this time that Australian cinema as a whole experienced resurgence due to increased governmental funding and eventually gave way to what international film critics termed the “Australian New Wave” or the “Golden Age of Australian cinema”.

New Zealand hasn’t produced many horror films over the years, but those it has given birth to are remarkably strong entries. In fact one of the biggest filmmakers »

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The Directors of Daybreakers Get You Lost in Jungle

28 July 2011 6:10 AM, PDT | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

No better way to start my return to writing for Dtb then talking about a new movie! The Spierig Brothers (Daybreakers) have just landed in Bolivia to start filming their new movie  Jungle which they co wrote with Justin Monjo. Its your typical get lost in a place that you should not be while back-packing story.  When will people ever learn? After the break we have a brief synopsis of the film being made by the creators of the movie Undead.

What begins as a dream adventure for three backpackers and their enigmatic guide quickly becomes a struggle for survival as they unravel under the duress of the wilderness. ‘Jungle is the incredible true story of Yossi Ghinsberg’s triumph over the most adverse and frightening of circumstances. It is a tale of survival, human fortitude and social manipulation against the wildest backdrop on the planet

Stay tuned as more developments will come soon. »

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The Spierig Brothers Lost in a Jungle

26 July 2011 3:56 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

No, no. Don't be alarmed. They're really okay. What we're talking about here is the new movie from the directors of both Undead and Daybreakers known simply as Jungle.

Peter and Michael Spierig (pictured right) are headed to Bolivia to film their latest terror tale from a script penned by Justin Monjo along with the brothers.

More as it comes.

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What begins as a dream adventure for three backpackers and their enigmatic guide quickly becomes a struggle for survival as they unravel under the duress of the wilderness. 'Jungle' is the incredible true story of Yossi Ghinsberg’s triumph over the most adverse and frightening of circumstances. It is a tale of survival, human fortitude and social manipulation against the wildest backdrop on the planet.

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'Daybreakers' Directors Head Deep Into the 'Jungle'

26 July 2011 2:16 PM, PDT | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

Peter and Michael Spierig - the brothers behind both Lionsgate's Undead and Daybreakers - are headed to Bolivia for their next genre offering, the thriller Jungle. Penned by Justin Monjo and the brothers, "What begins as a dream adventure for three backpackers and their enigmatic guide, quickly becomes a struggle for survival as they unravel under the duress of the wilderness. 'Jungle' is the incredible true story of Yossi Ghinsbergs triumph over the most adverse and frightening of circumstances. It is a tale of survival, human fortitude and social manipulation, against the wildest backdrop on the planet." We;ll keep you updated on casting when it arrives. »

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New Aussie Horror On The Way, Including ‘Wolf Creek 2′ and ‘Undead’ Follow-Up

25 July 2011 5:08 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Way back in 2005, writer and director Greg Mclean‘s Aussie horror flick Wolf Creek soundly divided critics and audiences. While some considered it a welcome return to classic genre conventions, others saw its brutal depiction of violence and murder in the Australian Outback as anything but entertaining. Despite the misgivings of those horror haters, the film earned seven Australian Film Institute awards, including Best Director.

ScreenDaily reports Mclean, who followed the film with the man-eating alligator flick Rogue, has received the go ahead from Screen Australia to start production on Wolf Creek 2. Produced by Emu Creek Pictures and 403 Productions, the horror sequel is slated to begin shooting in February, with John Jarrat on board to reprise his role as the crazed Aussie serial killer Mick Taylor.

“We’re keeping story details top secret for now, but it is safe to say: scarier, bigger, badder,” says producer Matt Hearn. A brief »

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