An overview of the making of Wolf Creek (2005).
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An overview of the making of Wolf Creek (2005).

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Comprehensive extra knocks it out of the park!
5 February 2013 | by (Jacksonville, FL) – See all my reviews

The makers of WOLF CREEK claim that their horror movie is based on the true story of two of the "30,000 Australians reported missing every year." (That seems a bit of a stretch; if that many go missing every year, dingos must be eating a lot more than babies & EVERYONE must be picnicking at Hanging Rock!! When you watch the feature, it seems as likely that the two allegedly doomed Brit chicks simply dumped the Aussie loser; according to his story--as filmed--he was NOT even in a position to see ANY of the main action, so most likely the girls were a figment of his imagination to begin with, just like Notre Dame footballer player T'eo's fake "girlfriend.") However, this making of is real; it covers the production of an actual horror film titled WOLF CREEK in a feature-length 49 minutes, 40.89 seconds. The many cast and crew appearing as themselves here seem entirely forthcoming, highlighting such details as the unusual rain they needed to make into a silver lining during filming. Tellingly enough, the real life person who made up this cock and bull story is NOT presented, or even named, or listed as a technical adviser. So either the character "Ben" is a liar, or the filmmakers are lying that Ben ever existed.


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