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Watch the trailer for Australian creature feature Boar

A new trailer has been released for the upcoming Australian creature feature Boar. Written and directed by Chris Sun, the film features a cast that includes John Jarratt, Bill Moseley, Simone Buchanan, Nathan Jones, Hugh Sheridan, Roger Ward, Melissa Tkautz, Ricci Guarnaccio, and Ernie Dingo; watch it here…

In the harsh, yet beautiful Australian outback lives a beast, an animal of staggering size, with a ruthless, driving need for blood and destruction. It cares for none, defends its territory with brutal force, and kills with a raw, animalistic savagery unlike any have seen before. Believed nothing more than a myth, a legend brought to life by a drunken local, the beast ventures closer to civilization, closer to life, and ultimately, closer to death. It’s brutal, it’s bloodthirsty, it’s boar.
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Boar Trailer Unleashes a Giant Killer Hog on Australia

Boar Trailer Unleashes a Giant Killer Hog on Australia
The trailer for the Australian Outback horror movie Boar is finally here and it features, you guessed it, a giant killer pig. Chris Sun (Charlie's Farm) directed Boar and it features an all-star cast getting ready to turn into wild boar food, including John Jarratt, Simone Buchanan, Bill Moseley, Melissa Tkautz, Nathan Jones, Roger Ward, Hugh Sheridan, Ernie Dingo, Chris Haywood, Ricci Guarnaccio, Emily Williams, and Steve Bisley. The trailer looks dark and intense with even some insight into the killer hog's point of view.

The Boar movie was originally supposed to come out in July of 2016, but in ran into some financing difficulties, which the production has overcome. Horror fans have been waiting nearly 2 years to see what was up with Chris Sun's new offering, and it does not disappoint. The trailer features a boar in the Australian outback, which is staggering in size, with a non-stop, driving lust for blood and destruction.
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Chris Sun's Boar Tears Through Characters and the Australian Outback in this Teaser Trailer

Director Chris Sun has released a couple of new trailers for his monstrous feature Boar. The first trailer is for international audiences; it can be found here: A Boar Int. Trailer. A new teaser trailer has also been released. It is a bit more concise and quite a bit more exciting. This second look can be found below. As well, Boar stars: John Jarratt (Wolf Creek), Bill Moseley (Charlie's Farm), Simone Buchanan, Nathan Jones and many others. A new poster had been released, too. All of the latest details, on Boar, are hosted here. In Sun's newest feature, a huge beast is goring locals and tourists alike. Insane with bloodlust, this man-killer is defending its territory, from anyone crazy enough to come close. Now, it is a fight for survival in Australia's outback. Boar is set to have an International Premiere in April (Brussels). A World Premiere is expected to be announced this week.
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New Trailer for Australian Creature Horror 'Boar' Directed by Chris Sun

"There's nothing out there except dust and ruins..." Watch out for angry wild boars! Australia has given us many various wild and crazy creature features, and we have yet another one on the release line-up for 2018. Boar is a movie directed by Australian filmmaker Chris Sun about a massive, dangerous, angry wild boar. "It cares for none, defends its territory with brutal force, and kills with a raw, animalistic savagery unlike any have seen before." Yeah, just one massive, vicious, wild boar. The cast of Boar includes John Jarratt, Simone Buchanan, Bill Moseley, Melissa Tkautz, Nathan Jones, Roger Ward, Hugh Sheridan, Ernie Dingo, Chris Haywood, Ricci Guarnaccio, Emily Williams, and Steve Bisley. This looks like it gets very violent and very bloody, which is exactly what we should expect from Australian creature horror. Here's the full theatrical trailer (+ poster / teaser) for Chris Sun's Boar, direct from YouTube: In the harsh,
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First wave of films for ‘Monster Fest 2017′ announced!

Australia’s premier genre film festival, Monster Fest returns for its seventh year this November 23rd to 26th at Melbourne’s Lido Cinemas with a mix of World, Australian & Victorian Premieres! The 2017 chapter of Monster Fest, takes on a very Australian flavour – the first wave announcement includes not one, but Six(!) brand new Australian feature films, most of which will be enjoying their World Premieres at the festival.

Opening the festival is one of 2018’s most anticipated new horror flicks, Christopher Sun’s creature-feature, Boar. Now we’re huge fans of Sun here at Nerdly, especially his films Daddy’s Little Girl (a film that should have got the plaudits the more recent Hounds of Love received) and Charlie’s Farm. Sun is not the only filmmaker returning with a new film at this years Monster Fest, joining him are Daniel Armstrong (Murderdrome) with his film Tarnation; and Nerdly favourites
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Boar Tears Through Meat and Bone in this Trailer

Director Chris Sun (Charlie's Farm) has released the first full length trailer for Boar. This creature feature was shot in the Australian outback. And, the film's central villain is an 8', tusked killing machine. The films stars Nathan Jones (Troy), John Jarratt and Christie-Lee Britten. The first trailer shows dark nights and bloody victims. The full video is below. The film begins and ends with a wild boar. It has grown to a monstrous size. It also wants to protect its territory, from the locals. Now, it is going on a terrifying rampage, while impaling anyone and anything that gets in its way. The trailer begins with old stories of a giant boar. Then, real life signs of it begin to turn up, at a camp site. The local townsfolk look completely unprepared for what is in store for them. Indie horror film fans are encouraged to take a peek past the break.
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Stefan Dennis: 'I want Sam to come back'

Stefan Dennis: 'I want Sam to come back'
Neighbours star Stefan Dennis has revealed that he would like Simone Buchanan to return to the soap as lawyer Sam Fitzgerald. The actor, who plays Paul Robinson, admitted that he is trying to persuade the writers to bring her back on a permanent basis as a sidekick to his character. Paul and Sam are currently attempting to get Steph Scully sent to prison for the death of Ringo Brown. According to Holy Soap, he said: "We want Sam to come back. I am working on the writing team to bring Sam back to be an ally of Paul's full-time. So look out for that one. "But I told (more)
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Buchanan wants 'Neighbours' romance twist

Buchanan wants 'Neighbours' romance twist
Simone Buchanan has admitted that she would love her Neighbours character Sam Fitzgerald to be Paul Robinson's next love interest. On British screens, Sam and Paul (Stefan Dennis) are currently working together to make sure that Steph Scully (Carla Bonner) is punished for the road accident which caused Ringo's death. UK fans saw Sam return to Ramsay Street earlier this month after she landed the role of prosecutor in Steph's culpable driving case. (more)
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'Neighbours' Sam 'could return again'

'Neighbours' Sam 'could return again'
Simone Buchanan has admitted that she would not rule out another Neighbours return for her character Sam Fitzgerald. The actress's alter ego has recently been causing more trouble on Australian screens in a four-week guest stint, which starts airing in the UK early next month. Speaking to TV Soap about whether Sam could make another comeback next year, Buchanan explained: "Let's just say that anything's possible and I can't really say too much about that, but it's definitely a possibility I think with Sam. (more)
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'Neighbours' star in weight battle

'Neighbours' star in weight battle
Simone Buchanan has revealed that she struggled to lose weight after having her second son. The 42-year-old Australian actress, who gave birth to baby son Remy earlier this year, gained 23kg during her pregnancy. She told New Idea magazine: "Oh, there's far too much pressure to shed the kilos, especially if you're in the public eye. I think the key is to be realistic about those things otherwise you just get depressed! "I'm not bouncing back into shape the way I did when I was 30, that's for sure. My skin doesn't have the same elasticity, and I don't have the energy I used to. (more)
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Monahan reunites with 'Hey Dad!' cast

Monahan reunites with 'Hey Dad!' cast
Sarah Monahan said that she was "terrified" about her recent reunion with her former Hey Dad! co-stars. The former child star, who recently accused fellow cast member Robert Hughes of molesting her on the set of the show nearly 20 years ago, flew into Melbourne from her home in Texas last week to file a police report. Monahan, who was greeted by her closest castmates Simone Buchanan, Julie McGregor, Chris Truswell, Chris Mayer and Matthew Krok, told Woman's Day magazine: "It’s been almost 20 years (more)
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More 'Hey Dad!' abuse claims emerge

More 'Hey Dad!' abuse claims emerge
Another actress from Hey Dad! has come forward and accused co-star Robert Hughes of molesting her when she was 18 years old. Simone Buchanan, who played elder daughter Debbie Kelly on the Australian TV show, said that she reported Hughes to executive producer Gary Reilly after Hughes "flashed" 10-year-old co-star Sarah Monahan and "inappropriately" touched her while driving her home after filming. Buchanan told A Current Affair that she took on the role of Monahan's protector when her on-screen sister confided in her about the abuse. "I (more)
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