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Jonathan Lee Jones
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One of the all time bad horror movie sequels, Wolf Creek was a good film, so was Rogue. I am still stunned that this was written and directed by the same guy. It really had nothing good about it. Bad acting, no plot, no tension, bad script,no imagination. Truly awful. should have been called Wolf Creek 6 because that was the level it was on. A legacy sadly sullied. What could he have been thinking except how to squeeze out a money making sequel while asleep on a zero budget. This has set Australian film making back 120 years. THe original had a well worked build up of tension as the kids travelled to wolf creek and it was a good feature that the killing did not start instantly. This film had no story at all and was jusr one long chase sequence, and a bad one at that. The CGI kangaroos were a low point of a low film. Do not bother.
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