In the Australian Outback, two estranged brothers discover old secrets and family lies. As their friends start to go missing they fear they are being stalked by someone or something.

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Luke Sparke

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Luke Sparke
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Credited cast:
Dan Ewing ... Nick
Tim Pocock ... Tristan
Jessica Green ... Rebecca
Sophie Don ... Anya
Ben Chisholm ... BJ
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alex Becconsall Alex Becconsall ... Bunyip (voice)
Damien Bryson Damien Bryson ... Richards Man #2
Philippe Deseck Philippe Deseck ... Richards Man #3
Col Elliott ... Clyde
Gregory J. Fryer Gregory J. Fryer ... Mr. Garvey
Yutaka Izumihara ... Richards Man
Emily Joy ... Kate
Selina Kadell ... Mrs. Saunders
John Reynolds ... Sam
John Sparke John Sparke ... Danny saunders
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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 Production

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An ancient Australian legend has now been unleashed. See more »


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Billabong is native Australian for small street or creek. See more »

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Referenced in Occupation: Rainfall (2020) See more »

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This Is What It Feels Like
Written by Armin van Buuren, Benno de Goeij, John Vaughan, Jenson David, Aubrey Vaughan, Trevor Guthrie and John Ewbank
Performed by Armin van Buuren featuring Trevor Guthrie
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Really Awful
25 August 2016 | by baziz-45340See all my reviews

The idea that "just because an Aussie made it -- It MUST be supported" is rubbish -- this really feels like a university student film with a high school plot - the online PR is promoting that this is Australia's first CGI film... ummm ... so what?!?! Using CGI doesn't equal a good film. In fact the CGI is below average. Everything in this film is clichéd to the point of embarrassing. The story is predictable. The actors are soap calibre. The link to ancient culture is forced & ill-conceived. There is no horror. No thrill. Nothing new. This is naive film-making at it's worst. The whole exercise looks like a marketing survey aimed at the lowest common denominator.


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Aboriginal | English

Release Date:

25 August 2016 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Red Billabong See more »

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Queensland, Australia See more »

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2.39:1
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