I had high hopes of this flick as Australian creature features of thepast such as rogue and razorback were well constructed. This howeverfell dry and flat with scheduled cliché Aussie songs and slang sayings.The generic character stereotypes were spot on the money for this sortof movie however they were mostly all overacted and generallyunbelievable at best. as a fond fan of the horror genre this movieseemed to cross over to the action genre after approximately 50 minutesof boring character building. There were no scare scenes nor shockfactor moments. There were no real comedic moments which are usuallyfamiliar within Australian films however I did find myself having agiggle at the terrible creature effects and the unrealistic script. Theone star for this movie is attributed to the stunning Queenslandscenery and most of the outdoor backdrop shots. To conclude, this couldhave been an extended episode of home and away which may have had abetter reception among those viewers.
Red Billabong (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie
Red Billabong (2016) 1080p
In the Australian Outback, two brothers discover old secrets and family lies. As their friends start to go missing they fear they are being stalked by someone or something from their worst ...
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In the Australian Outback, two brothers discover old secrets and family lies. As their friends start to go missing they fear they are being stalked by someone or something from their worst nightmares - But is it just - A story? A legend? A hoax? Or is it real?
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Reviewed bybilly-09432Vote: 1/10/10
Red Billabong is something completely unique and refreshing. We havenever seen an Aussie film like this before, and i think that's whatmakes it a winner. Beautiful Australian scenery, mixed with a hot cast,with a few familiar faces along with lots of new ones too, are theperfect receipe. The cinematography is amazing, as is Luke Sparke'sdirection and writing. You can tell he was influenced by films such asJurassic Park. I don't mind at all, because that is one of my favouritefilms ever! The characters are the kind that keep you invested. I lovethe chemistry and the bromance between Dan Ewing and Tim Pocock'scharacters, brothers Tristan and Nick. There's no secret this is amonster flick, but what exactly is the Red Billabong monster? That, youwill have to find out for yourself.
I went in not knowing what to expect from another Aussie film, but leftvery surprised at story about two brothers and a big outback monster.
The cast were very good. I'm not a home and away fan, so never heard ofthe lead but the two male leads were excellent in capturing the Aussiespirit without making us look like cliché bogans. My favorites thoughwould have to be Anya and BJ. Ayna, played by a new comer, gets intojust as much of the action as the boys and that was really refreshingto see. BJ starts off really full on but becomes the the guy you can'thelp but like and laugh along with.
About half way through, the film really picks up and the last act ispretty full on. The creature design is great and they did a good jobwith infusing our history and culture into the story line.
I hope this becomes a franchise: there a lot of other Australian mythsout there.