Australian Horror movies




Australian Horror movies have had great success overseas, a major horror movie success story that started in Australia is Saw (2004).
Arriving in Los Angeles with a short promotional film and a script, young Australian filmmakers Leigh Wannell and James Wan secured financial backing and shot the grisly shocker in the US, where it reaped $848 million and seven sequels.

Australian Horror movies





The Cars That Ate Paris 1974

Mild-mannered Arthur is trapped in a quiet country town where feral youth drive souped-up cars and the hospital is full of brain-damaged accident victims.


Dead Calm 1989

Nicole Kidman was 20 when she was cast in Dead Calm. Within a year of the film opening, she was in Hollywood – partly as a result of her performance in this film.


The Last Wave 1977

As the weather gets worse, tax lawyer David Burton has a premonition of disaster, in which he is to play a key role.


Long Weekend 1978

On a long weekend camping trip to a lonely beach, Peter and Marcia confront the despair of their marriage, as nature takes revenge on them.


Mad Max 1979

Mad Max was a piece of impolite, independent cinema that had a profound effect on audiences and filmmakers across the world.


Modern Love 2006

Like Wake in Fright, Modern Love plays upon the threatening nature of the Australian outback as an ordinary man undergoes an extraordinary personality change.


The Night the Prowler 1978

This savage satire on the neuroses of the privileged of Sydney’s eastern suburbs was written by the great novelist Patrick White.


Patrick 1978

Patrick proved that Australia had the capacity to produce exportable exploitation movies and is better regarded now than it was in 1978.


Picnic at Hanging Rock 1975

On St Valentine’s Day 1900, three schoolgirls from an exclusive English-style boarding school go missing, along with a teacher, at Hanging Rock, in central Victoria.


Thirst 1979

Australia’s only postmodern vampire movie, Thirst is a highlight of the ‘Ozploitation’ films made in the late 1970s and early 80s.


Turkey Shoot 1982

Without doubt one of the most notorious Australian films ever made, Turkey Shoot has attracted both wildly positive and negative reactions over the years.


Dracenstein 2009

Two Horror Legends combine into one HORRIBLE MONSTER !!!

Wolf Creek, Rogue, Razorback, Undead, Body melt

 and many many more.




Dracenstein





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