Post Profile

In Wolf Creek, the Worst Vacation Ever Starts With a Croc Attack and Ends With a Homicidal Maniac

In 2005, Australian horror movie Wolf Creek—loosely based on that country’s infamous “backpacker murders”—became a cult hit. Now, it’s a six-part TV series, and after airing in Australia and the UK, it’s finally coming to the U.S. starting October 14. Read more...
read more

See more about: Wolf Creek

Related Posts

Wolf Creek series gets full length trailer, official release date

Genres / Horror : Arrow in the Head

Speak of the Devil... We shared this teaser for the Wolf Creek series earlier today, but who could have known more news was just around the corner, waiting to strike. The six-episode series, based on the popular WOLF CREEK movies by...

Pop Locks Down Wolf Creek for October!

Entertainment : EclipseMagazine

When murderous psychopath Mick Taylor attacks and kills the Thorogood family, Eve – a 19-year old college student – survives and vows vengeance. Wolf Creek – a six-episode limited series inspired by the Wolf Creek movies – will prem...

Exclusive: Greg McLean Talks Mick Taylor, Wolf Creek and Classic Horror!

Genres / Horror : Arrow in the Head

Greg McLean is one of those guys that can instantly make you feel comfortable to be around. He is kind, laid back and he has a real passion for horror. The filmmaker who brought us the WOLF CREEK franchise, ROGUE and THE DARKNESS ha...

These Ghoulish Crimes Inspired Ultra-Scary Aussie Horror Film Wolf Creek

Genres / Sci Fi : io9

Lots of horror films carry the not-so-subtle message that city slickers, especially good-looking youths thirsting for adventure, shouldn’t linger in the backwoods—including 2005 Australian entry Wolf Creek. It’s a gruesomely scary f...

A Horror Series Inspired By Creepy Movie Wolf Creek Will Air Just in Time for Halloween

Genres / Sci Fi : io9

In 2005, Greg McLean’s horror film Wolf Creek reminded viewers why it’s a very bad idea to poke around deep in the wilderness, where nature can be hostile and the locals might spell your doom. In May, a well-received six-part series...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC