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In the Australian Outback, two brothers discover old secrets and family lies. As their friends start to go missing they fear they are being stalked by someone or something from their worst nightmares - But is it just - A story? A legend? A hoax? Or is it real? Written by
Red Billabong is something completely unique and refreshing. We have never seen an Aussie film like this before, and i think that's what makes it a winner. Beautiful Australian scenery, mixed with a hot cast, with a few familiar faces along with lots of new ones too, are the perfect receipe. The cinematography is amazing, as is Luke Sparke's direction and writing. You can tell he was influenced by films such as Jurassic Park. I don't mind at all, because that is one of my favourite films ever! The characters are the kind that keep you invested. I love the chemistry and the bromance between Dan Ewing and Tim Pocock's characters, brothers Tristan and Nick. There's no secret this is a monster flick, but what exactly is the Red Billabong monster? That, you will have to find out for yourself.
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