"This madness will stop lest we all descend into poverty" - Duke of Burgundy
Greg McLean to produce Matthew Holmes' upcoming feature Territorial
McLean, who is currently busy with Wolf Creek 2, is set to produce the upcoming creature feature Territorial from WriterDirector Matthew Holmes. New poster released today folks.
Yet another new dark genre flick out of Australia sees Matthew Holmes enlisting Greg McLean for the creature feature Territorial. Without knowing the full details I think we might be about to see another Yowie flick surface. The tagline "Some myths are real" would certainly indicate that especially since early press releases point to Holmes tackling some Koori myths. Whatever we get I'm certainly getting excited over the poster, see below, and for sure will be following this one up.
Jim Houlden, a down-on-his-luck gold prospector, is arrested for horse stealing and sent to Melbourne with a notorious outlaw, Charlie Burke. When the prison coach capsizes in the mountains, Jim makes a daring escape along with Burke and two other convicted men. They are quickly tracked by a rag-tag team of police led by the determined Sergeant Mitchell, aided by a cunning Black Tracker. Burke ignores any warnings and leads them into a deep, narrow valley long feared by the native tribes - a valley rumored to be the dwelling place of a "Great Evil." Jim now will have to find the courage to save not only himself but also a woman he has fallen for.
Holmes is promising a mixture between Western stylings and old fashion creature feature chills and spills, I'm there opening night!
Published on 7 November 2013
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