A group of young people head off on a vacation. When the car breaks down they're forced to find help. In the woods they find a house and some angry dogs which were by their car too. They ... See full summary »
Erwin van den Eshof
Everon Jackson Hooi,
The Locals is a comedic love story set in the Bronx about two three generational families; one Jewish, one Italian. Ironically, these families as most Jews and Italians have so much in ... See full summary »
Two best friends Grant and Paul hit the road for a weekend of surfing, booze and hopefully . . . girls. With night falling they take a short cut and meet Lisa and Kelly, a couple of babes with a fast car, who invite them to a party. Lust takes the wheel and a game of cat and mouse begins leading them deep into the heartland of evil where they meet...........The Locals. Written by
The radio station 90.2 (Mhz) that Grant and Paul are listening to in the car on the way out of Auckland is called "The Rock". See more »
When the boys turn off the expressway and come to the sign "West Coast (37)", this is completely in the wrong location. Highway 37 is several hundred kilometers to the south in the Waitomo region. The sign "West Coast (37)" was a prop used at Pokeno, just south of Auckland. See more »
Very good movie. I really had fun watching it and just can't wait for the DVD to see it again!! The story seems a bit complicated at first, with several characters introduced at once and quite a lot of twists and turns, and you don't really see where it's leading to, which is a bit unusual for this type of movie. But you shouldn't let it put you off. The rest of the movie is a very fun ride, full of twists and surprises.
I really don't believe you have to come from New Zealand to enjoy it, like some previous comments seemed to say.. Looking forward to seeing what Greg Page will do next!
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