The Director's Cut NR
A bloody, black comedy set in the harsh Australian outback, The Director's Cut tells the tale of a tyrannical director attempting to shoot his first feature film on a farm in the middle of nowhere. When people start dying he has to decide which is more important: his crew or his film. Pain is Temporary, Film is Forever.
Though some horror fans may have been hankering for something darker, some horror purists don't like any laughs with their scares and this one had plenty, I, and a large portion of the crowd, was very happy from start to finish and the film remained my favourite of the day despite the high calibre of every other offering. --Kevin Matthews- FlickFeast
The Director's Cut is a well polished production and is very well made in most aspects. Plus it's great to see an indie feature from Australia as they don't tend to produce horror movies very often. The downside is that movie doesn't work as a black-comedy and the movie never is able to get its hooks into you. --Preston, Filmbizarro
The film never reveals who the killer really is so I guess the intention is/was to do a sequel which I for one would line up for. Independent cinema has gotten so good over the last several years because of filmmakers like this that bring fresh, new ideas to an otherwise stagnate genre. I had a great time watching this, it is a fun ride that that had me laughing at times and holding on to my chair at others. --Patrick Ricketts- VideoViews