It was easily one of the best films released last year (it made Number 4 on our Top Ten films of 2005 - here) and now, Wolf Creek finally arrives on DVD in the UK on January 16th.
To celebrate the first DVD release anwhere in the world of Greg McLean's Australian outback serial killer movie, Optimum Home Entertainment have given us two copies of the 2-disc Special Edition DVD to give away on eatmybrains.
To enter the competition, answer the question below, fill in your name and email address and press submit. The competition closes on Friday 20th January, and as the film is rated 18, we can only accept entries from people aged 18 or over.
Also, as it is a Region 2 release, we can unfortunately only accept entries from people based in the UK.
Based on terrifying true events, Wolf Creek is unforgettable, shocking and genuinely scary and is sure to do for Australian horror films what “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” did for the American genre. A cinematic hand grenade, Wolf Creek unites all the elements of classic horror movies to create a uniquely Australian ‘Boogieman” in Mick Taylor. Wolf Creek is guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seat.
Wolf Creek is released on 2 Disc DVD and VHS from 16th January 2006 by Optimum Releasing.
Disc 1 * Feature 90 mins approx
* Commentary from director Greg Mclean, producer Matt Hearn and cast members Cassandra Magrath and Kestie Morassi
Disc 2 * Making Of Documentary – 50 mins approx
* Deleted Scenes – 7 mins approx
* Meet Mick Taylor: An Interview with John Jarratt – 20 mins approx
* Exclusive Cry Wolf clip – 3 mins approx
25th Oct 04 Fires blaze uncontrollably as smoke billows from damaged buildings while sirens wail indiscriminately over the screams of the living as they run for their lives, pursued at break-neck pace by the recently deceased.