John Jarratt ... Mick Taylor
Cassandra Magrath ... Liz Hunter
Kestie Morassi ... Kristy Earl
Nathan Phillips ... Ben Mitchell
DVD Plot Summary: (Quoted from back of DVD)
Inspired by Australia's most gruesome true crime stories, Writer/Producer/Director Greg McLean has created a benchmark of modern horror, unflinching in its brutality and devastating in its psychological impact.
Mick Taylor (John Jarrat) is an outback force - a loner, a larrikin and an expert hunter. For years he hunted wild boars for a living but now he has switched to a different beast - tourists being his speciality. Mick greets his prey with a wry smile and a laid back charm, lures them back to his remote campsite ...and shuttered from the prying eyes of the world, carries out acts of unspeakable horror. Mick Taylor kills for fun, but never quickly.
Young backpackers, Kristy (Kestie Morrasi), Liz (Cassandra Magrath) and Ben (Nathan Phillips) have just met Mick at Wolf Creek National Park. He's promised to fix their broken down car after towing it back to his camp. What they are about to experience is to look into the eyes of a cold blooded killer who knows no mercy.
You've heard people talk about the effect this film has had on them, now it's time for you to travel to Wolf Creek yourself. Mick Taylor still hunts there.
=== File Information ===
Movie: Wolf creek.avi
File Size: 735,045,632 bytes
=== Video Information ===
Video Codec Name: XviD ISO MPEG-4
Video Bitrate: 897
Quality Factor: (Bits/Pixel): 0.184
Frames Per Second: 25.000 fps
Display Aspect Ratio: 1.900 - 16:9
Frame Width & Height(pixels): 608x320
=== Audio Information ===
Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 128 - CBR
Audio Channel Count: 2
=== Subtitles ===
I find this movie difficult to watch - and I love a good horror - It's so disturbing in a realistic kind of way. In my opinion the girls didn't deal with Mick properly though, my girlfriend and I would have bashed his head in until it was just a mushy blood puddle on the floor or better still, Mick Taylor as a head-on-a-stick... Yeah... :)
It has been - BURNTESTED - & plays perfectly on my generic brand standalone player.