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Wolf Creek 2 -- The outback once more becomes a place of horror as another unwitting tourist becomes the prey for crazed, serial-killer Mick Taylor (John Jarratt).


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Release Date:
20 February 2014 (Australia) See more »
Mick's Back With a Few Days to Kill See more »
The outback once more becomes a place of horror as another unwitting tourist becomes the prey for crazed, serial-killing pig-hunter Mick Taylor. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

John Jarratt ... Mick Taylor

Ryan Corr ... Paul Hammersmith

Shannon Ashlyn ... Katarina Schmidt

Philippe Klaus ... Rutger Enqvist

Shane Connor ... Snr. Sergeant Gary Bulmer Jnr

Ben Gerrard ... Constable Brian O'Connor
Gerard Kennedy ... Jack
Annie Byron ... Lil
Lucy Bayet ... French Girl #1

Chloé Boreham ... French Girl #2
Sebastian Freeman ... French Guy
Ryan Clarke ... English Dude (as Ryan Clark)
Thomas Green ... American Dude (as Tom Green)

Maria Volk ... American Girl (as Marsha Vassilevskaia)

Sarah Roberts ... English Girl #1
Kate Englefield ... English Girl #2
Nic English ... Irish Guy
Maarten Rikken ... Canadian Guy
Jake Phillips ... Cute 20s Guy #1
Pat Wundke ... Cute 20s Guy #2
Alison Oetjen ... Cute 20s Girl #1
Tessa Boehm ... Cute 20s Girl #2
Trish Willoughby ... Grey Nomad
Brian Willoughby ... Grey Nomad
Irene Morgan ... Local Kid #1
Cassie Morgan ... Local Kid #2
Gerald Morgan ... Local Kid #3
Daniel Haggerty ... Hippy #1
Eddie White ... Happy Camper (as Eddie)
Lenny Hubbard ... Happy Camper (as Lenny)
Zev Eleftheriou ... Helpful Motorist
Jacquy Phillips ... Lady Goat Farmer (as Jacqy Phillips)
Graham Jahne ... Friendly Truck Driver
Peter Hearn ... Family at Crater
Kellie Hearn ... Family at Crater
Caleb Hearn ... Family at Crater
Lachlan Hearn ... Family at Crater
Ian Carpenter ... Dead Truck driver

Jordan Cowan ... Young Woman in Lair
Emma Noble ... Dead Body #1
Megan Brooks ... Deady Body #2
Grant Watkins ... Male Detective #1
Lin Heesom ... Male Detective #2
Shane Evans ... Police Officer #1
Ben Edwards ... Police Officer #2 (as Ben 'The Big Swig' Edwards)
Dan Sims ... Police Officer #3 (as Dan 'Hollywood' Sims)
Tanya Harris ... Female Police Officer
Mark Richmond ... Forensics #1
Jason Wheeler ... Forensics #2
Mark Brake ... Police photographer
Greta Buhlmann ... Town woman on gopher
Jack Allan ... Boy on bike
Aaron Sterns ... Outback Cop #1
Steve Taylor ... Outback Cop #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Carrie Daniel ... Hippy #2
Rebecca Martin ... Sam

Mandahla Rose ... Georgia

Directed by
Greg McLean  (as Greg Mclean)
Writing credits
Greg McLean (written by) (as Greg Mclean) &
Aaron Sterns (written by)

Produced by
Barbara Gibbs .... line producer
Evelyn Gilmore .... executive producer
Matt Hearn .... executive producer
Samantha Jreissati .... executive producer
Helen Leake .... producer
Greg McLean .... producer (as Greg Mclean)
Silvio Salom .... executive producer
Steve Topic .... producer
Original Music by
Johnny Klimek 
Cinematography by
Toby Oliver 
Film Editing by
Sean Lahiff 
Casting by
Angela Heesom 
Production Design by
Robert Webb 
Art Direction by
Obie O'Brien 
Costume Design by
Nicola Dunn 
Makeup Department
Jason Baird .... special makeup effects artist
Rick Connelly .... makeup fx supervisor
Rick Connelly .... special makeup effects artist
Sean Genders .... special makeup effects artist
Anna Gray .... key makeup artist
Karen Grose .... jmb fx studio coordinator
Zoe Saleeba .... makeup artist
Vicki Sands .... prosthetics: hair punching
Bianca Saras .... assistant prosthetics artist
Production Management
Sally Clarke .... production manager
John Fleming .... post-production supervisor
Rick Kornaat .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jamie Crooks .... first assistant director
Chris Evans .... second assistant director
Brad Lanyon .... second unit first assistant director
Art Department
Daniel James Cox .... conceptual artist
William Dim .... concept artist
Leeth Keough .... stand by props
Tim McEwen .... storyboard artist
Judi Oehme .... art department coordinator
Mark Sexton .... storyboard artist
Daniel Vieceli .... props buyer/set dresser
David Wilkinson .... art department assistant
Sound Department
Duncan Campbell .... assistant mixer
Andrea Checcacci .... sound: italian dubbing
Michelle Child .... sound effects editor
Jamie Famularo .... assistant sound editor
Lachlan Harris .... assistant sound editor
Matthew Lambourn .... sound effects editor
Paul Pirola .... re-recording mixer
Paul Pirola .... sound designer
Pete Smith .... dialogue editor (as Peter D. Smith)
Pete Smith .... re-recording mixer (as Peter D. Smith)
Ryan Squires .... assistant foley editor
Ryan Squires .... foley recordist
J.B. Williams .... boom operator (as Josh Williams)
Travis Williamson .... cable runner
Travis Williamson .... second unit sound mixer
Special Effects by
Murray Alford .... special effects assistant
Shane Bailey .... special effects technician
Clint Ingram .... special effects supervisor
Jake Ingram .... special effects technician
Tim Johnson .... special effects assistant
Greg Tuckwell .... special effects senior technician
Visual Effects by
Mark Dickson .... digital effects artist
William Gammon .... visual effects
Richard David Hall .... digital compositor
Mark Harmon .... compositor
Mark Holman Harris .... compositing supervisor
Adam S. Jones .... visual effects compositor (as Adam Jones)
Stuart Mackenzie .... visual effects manager
Ashley Nagy .... modeler
Ashley Nagy .... texture artist
Marty Pepper .... visual effects artist
Marty Pepper .... visual effects supervisor
David Smith .... visual effects artist
George Taylor .... compositor
Philli Anderson .... stunt double: Shannon Ashlyn
Zev Eleftheriou .... stunt coordinator
Marijke Rikki van Gyen .... stunt double
Chris Weir .... assistant stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Ernie Clark .... director of photography: second unit
Maxx Corkindale .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Scott Dolan .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Martin Fargher .... key grip
Mik Gojic .... data wrangler
Frank Hruby .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Frank Hruby .... focus puller: second unit
Peter Itsines .... tracking vehicle grip
Nick Remy Matthews .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Nick Matthews)
Thom Neal .... camera attachment
Judd Overton .... b camera operator
Richard Rees-Jones .... gaffer
Matthew Richardson .... grip
Mark Rogers .... gallery still photographer
Dan Sandford .... grip
Kirsty Stark .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Ryan Thompson .... best boy grip
Aleksei Vanamois .... digital imaging technician
Animation Department
Morgan Read .... animator
Casting Department
Louise Heesom Smith .... casting assistant
Louise Heesom Smith .... extras casting
Angela Heesom .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Stacey O'Connor .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Marty Pepper .... digital intermediate colourist
Caitlin Spiller .... first assistant editor
Jenny Wardrop .... first assistant editor
Location Management
Mason Curtis .... location manager
Music Department
Justin Bell .... additional arranging
Justin Bell .... additional programming
Ross Cockle .... music editor
Johnny Klimek .... score arranger
Johnny Klimek .... score mixer
Johnny Klimek .... score programmer
Gabriel Isaac Mounsey .... composer: additional music
Gabriel Isaac Mounsey .... score arranger
Gabriel Isaac Mounsey .... score mixer
Gabriel Isaac Mounsey .... score programmer
Gary Seeger .... music supervisor
Other crew
Alexandra Blue .... post production coordinator
Mardi Bycroft .... script supervisor
Reggie Cunningham .... armorer
Rebecca Elliott .... production runner
Timothy Giessauf .... production runner
Lon Haber .... publicity team
Asha Holmes .... unit publicist
Sara Huey .... publicity team
Eleanor Kalantary .... production secretary (as Eleanor Jean Perry)
Mark R. Lindsay .... sales representative (as Mark Lindsay)
Rebecca McLennan .... production coordinator
Cameron Oliver .... director assistant
Denni Rose .... traffic control
Bianca Martino .... special thanks

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Волчья яма 2" - Russia
"Вълчият залив 2" - Bulgaria (Bulgarian title)
"Apolytos tromos 2" - Greece (DVD title)
"Terreur à Wolf Creek 2" - Canada (French title) (imdb display title)
"Vučji potok 2" - Serbia
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106 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Loosely based on the Australian serial killer Ivan Milat, who's still serving a life sentence in Australian jail.See more »
Continuity: In the opening scene when the police car takes off after Mick, we notice it has twin pipe exhausts in the rear shot (one pair each side) Later on, the rear of the car has single twin exhausts (one pipe either side).See more »
[first lines]
Cop #2:[Mick drives by; they check his meter] It's under.
Senior Sergeant Gary Bulmer Jnr:[smirks] He doesn't know that!
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Movie Connections:
When the Rain Tumbles Down In JulySee more »


What is Mick's Background?
How did Mick get inside the old couple's house?
What was cut from the Australian release of the film?
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36 out of 58 people found the following review useful.
Good - nothing more, nothing less, 22 February 2014
Author: mitchw-61-305942 from Australia

I thoroughly enjoyed Wolf Creek. All elements of film making seemed to work, for me. I like realism in films and the sense of isolation in the Australian outback was palpable. After viewing the trailer for Wolf Creek 2 I thought that the film might fall into the Hollywood category. What I was hoping for was another gem.

John Jarratt returns as serial killer Mick Taylor. He delivers another strong performance. His laugh and hoarse, Aussie voice never falter. He gets totally into character and runs the show. He has too much screen time, however, to make him as scary as he should be. The viewer is given too much knowledge of his whereabouts, I felt.

The actors who play the tourists are good, notably Ryan Corr, playing well-educated British traveler, Paul. The film doesn't provide much insight into his character which might be the reason why I had little empathy for him, or any of Mick's victims in this film. Towards the end I was routing for the tourists solely because as the viewer we have witnessed the hell their put through. For whatever reason, I really liked the characters in the first film and it was hard to watch them meet their fate.

The sense of isolation is there but doesn't have the same effect as it did in the first film, probably because there are a few more characters in this film, and other devices used to create action, which made the film appear less chilling and more thrilling.

I liked that McLean used subtitles for the German couple because I wasn't expecting it. Of course English isn't always going to be a tourists first language and they're not going to speak it for our benefit. Fret not, once the screaming begins you don't have to do a lot of reading.

Some parts of the film felt a little odd to me at first, and there are a couple of comical sequences. I took it in the movie's stride. Perhaps that was writer number 2, Aaron Sterns, input. I didn't mind. There was enough Mick Taylor sadism to pull me back to the horror film I went in to watch. The setting at the end was a little disappointing because it felt too orchestrated and unlike Mick Taylor. It felt more like a scene from 'Hostel'.

The first film is a rare beauty, and Wolf Creek 2 is a good sequel - nothing more, nothing less IMO.

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