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First Behind-the-Scenes Photo from Wolf Creek 2

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I don’t know about you guys, but I absolutely loved Greg Mclean’s Wolf Creek, but I also know a few that hate it, but to each their own. So what about that sequel, eh? Well, we have just scored our first look at the sequel courtesy of The Age via B-D. Head on down below and check it out.

Also, the director of the sequel Greg Mclean, recently spoke with The Age and chimed in with regards to the sequel.

McLean states that he did not want to rush into a “cheesy sequel,” but he also didn’t expect the gap between the two to be so large.

If I’d known then what I know now about how long it would take to get this up, I’d probably have said yes to a sequel earlier.

I’m not really interested in gore and blood and stuff. I’m interested in why the character connected with Australian audiences. It’s not about being a horror film – it’s because Mick is about something else, something deep and dark in the Australian psyche.

So what do you guys think? Excited for a sequel, or is this something that simply does not interest you?

First Behind the Scenes Photo from Wolf Creek 2

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      1. Jeremy Kelley February 26, 2013 at 4:28 pm

        stoked for a sequel. i loved the first one. its crazy that its even getting one considering on how many years ago it was. Though i am all in =)

      2. kevin brian March 1, 2013 at 8:23 am

        Responding to the sequel for ‘Wolf Creek’. hell yeah. count me in. I really enjoyed the first one, despite how brutal and grim the story played out. Sure, it took it’s time to build, but once it did, you had no idea which way it would go (meaning, who would live and who would die). And that’s a pretty good feat for a casual thriller with a bodycount. (without too much blood, mind you) Plus, being Australian, the film carried a raw, grainy feel that was different from most American horror films. I just hope the sequel hits the theaters first. It’s just not the same watching new horror movies on tv. I WANT, and I CRAVE that cinematic experience. I witnessed part one on the big screen, (twice!), there should be no excuse not to witness the sequel the same way. kevin brian here, always hangin’ out, on my little movie island.