Wolf Creek 2
Directed by Greg Mclean
In this follow up to outback horror, WOLF CREEK 2, deranged serial killer, Mick Taylor (John Jarratt), continues his search for fresh victims in the Australian wilderness. When unsuspecting British tourist, Paul, inadvertently rescues Taylor’s next victim, the two become embroiled in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse. Will Mick be able to survive another day? WOLF CREEK 2 focuses more heavily on the exploits of Mick Taylor than in its predecessor, creating a darkly funny tale that explores the innate prejudices found in the Australian outback. Contains strong language, violence and gore.
Mick Taylor continues his search for fresh victims in this darkly funny sequel to WOLF CREEK.
Cast: John Jarratt, Ryan Corr, Rutger Enqvist, Katarina Schmidt
love wolf creek 1 and 2
Easy to recommend to fans of unadulterated horror - impressive set pieces and grisly episodes of gore. Mick is a memorable villain and is genuinely nasty despite his somewhat comic characterisation. The direction is confident and creative - a strong sequel.
Fantastic! A lot more involvement compared to the original Wolf Creek movie. My favourite part was the cattle truck hurtling down the hillside towards Paul in an unbelievable twist of fate situation as his car went off the edge and him surviving it. Great plot and lots of action from John Jarratt, got to love Micks laugh!! The to coppers rubbed Mick up the wrong way and they paid for that bigtime. I absolutely love Mick Taylor in both series and Wolf Creek movies.
One of my fave slasher movies, enjoyed it so much more than the first one! (you don't need to see that first). I love the dark comedy of this movie and that the characters (especially Paul) are very likable and you route for them but still want to see more Mick being funny and twisted at the same time.
Fell in love with Mick