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Wolf Creek Director Greg McLean’s The Belko Experiment Trailer Released

Ever wonder what it would be like to be trapped with your co-workers and supervisors in an office building indefinitely?  How about adding a little death and mayhem in the form of a Battle Royale-style “kill or be killed” game?  Well, wonder no longer!  From the minds of writer  James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy) and director Greg McLean (Wolf Creek) comes The Belko Experiment.

McLean spoke to Entertainment Weekly about the project stating that “Belko is an incredibly crazy script by James Gunn. There’s nothing else like it. Trust me. It’s a wild, wild movie. I’m so glad I got to direct it. James was great. We have a similar sensibility over the movies we like and the references we like. So, we clicked over those things. I think he’s a great writer, but he was great fun to work with, and really respectful of me taking over the project, and directing it.” read more

Wolf Creek 6-Part TV Series Premieres This Friday

Back in early 2005 a captivating horror film called Wolf Creek came out of Australia and shocked the crowds at Sundance and Cannes before hitting American soil on Christmas Day; eleven years later Pop TV is hoping that the films maniacal villain Mick Taylor can once again scare us out of our skin.

John Jarratt, who played Mick in Wolf Creek 1 & 2, returns to reprise his role for the 6-part series. About the show, Jarratt reported to DigtalSpy back in August that, “there’s wonderful intensity in the entire thing. There are wonderful cliffhangers and great little red herrings going right through till the climax in the sixth episode, which is very exciting and horrifying and bleak.” read more

WOLF CREEK Series Coming to Pop

Lionsgate Television and Screentime’s Wolf Creek, a six-episode series from Australia based on the horror film series, will air on Pop on October 14. John Jarratt will be returning in his role as Mick Taylor, the serial kill her portrayed in the films.

In this story, an American family who is vacationing in Australia become victims of Taylor. Eve Thorogood (Lucy Fry), who survives, is determined to bring him to justice. The series will follow her journey, as she evolves from prey to predator. read more