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Attempting to resurrect their failing marriage, Peter (John Hargreaves, THE ODD ANGRY SHOT) and Marcia (Briony Behets) set out on a camping trip to a deserted stretch of the Australian coastline hoping a long weekend in the sunshine will help them patch their differences. They are a careless couple, littering the countryside with garbage, shooting guns and even driving away after wounding a kangaroo with their automobile. Their callous disregard for the environment soon becomes apparent when the animals start to seek vengeance. Marcia and Peter have proven themselves to be destroyers of nature. Will the animals allow them to leave or will they too be destroyed?
From the writer of ROAD GAMES and RAZORBACK comes this spooky little gem (Premiere Magazine), presented in a high-definition transfer from original vault materials with a re-mastered DTS-HD MA 5.1 surround soundtrack created by Synapse Films.
- Audio Commentary from Producer Richard Brennan and Cinematographer Vincent Monton
- Motion Still Gallery Featuring an Audio Interview with Actor John Hargreaves
- Theatrical Trailer
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I would have never heard of this horror, suspense, grind house trip (it does not fit any ONE category), had it not been for the recent endorsement by Quentin Tarantino in the Not Quite Hollywood Ozzie Exploitation Movies DVD.
I must say it reminded me a lot of A Hitchcock's The Birds, or how about even an element of Jaws?. Ie apparently a nature vs humans drama. There is a lot lot more here, and hours can be spent discussing all of the subtle plot twists in this movie. It is hard not to give away the plot but some items to discuss are: The many relationships that occurred before the movie, the significance of the bar scene, are they being watched?, does the beach actually exist or is it another "Lost" style warp in the universe. When does the dugong die, why a duck? Also lets say that the ending scene was borrowed in another recent horror flick. Despite what some others have said, the ending did not provide closure for me. I believe by intent it was meant to make you think "is that all there is? To life, universe and everything"
Watch Day of the Animals from 1977 instead. This movie wished it was as entertaining as that one.