FREE shipping within Australia - All international orders postage at the Table Rate Regardless of Quantity Ordered. Tracking Included.

0

Your Cart is Empty

Razorback

AVAILABILITY

Storyline

A vicious wild boar terrorizes the Australian outback. The first victim is a small child who is killed. The child's granddad is brought to trial for killing the child but acquitted. The next victim is an American TV-journalist. Her husband Carl gets there and starts to search for the truth. The local inhabitants won't really help him, but he is joined by a hunter and a female farmer to find the beast.

ACTORS : Gregory Harrison, Arkie Whiteley, Bill Kerr

YEAR OF RELEASE : 1984  RUNNING TIME : 95 min  LANGUAGE : English Color

(Manufactured On Demand , Region 0.) This DVD will play in DVD players worldwide

POSTAGE : Free In Australia. Rest Of The World at Table Rate

Australia : All orders of two or more DVDs are upgraded to Tracked Shipping.

Rest Of The World : All orders shipped with Tracking

Delivery times for tracked shipping are halved compared to untracked shipping

Australia 7to 15 days : Overseas 18to 22days

COMBINED POSTAGE : ONLY CHARGED FOR FIRST DVD ALL OTHERS IN A MULTIPLE ORDER ARE POST FREE

All DVDs come in a DVD case with color artwork and printed disc.

ALL DVDs ARE AVAILABLE ON Mpeg4 DOWNLOAD FILE



I love this movie!

Okay, the plot sounds ludicrous, doesn't it? A giant killer pig? Despite the apparent ridiculousness of the plot, this movie is better than one might expect.

Beth Winters, a Canadian reporter, has come to the small Australian Outback town of Gamulla to shoot a story about the local dog food packing plant, which uses the meat of poached kangaroos in its product. When Beth disappears one night, her husband Carl arrives to find out what happened. Beth apparently ran afoul of the psychotic Baker brothers, who work in the plant. But crusty old Jake Cullen soon learns that Beth was a victim of a giant razorback, the same one that carried off his grandson years before and which he has been hunting ever since.

The Australian Outback becomes an almost alien world - desolate, strange and scary where any form of undiscovered life might exist. You don't get to see much of the giant pig, admittedly, but then they didn't have CGI back in the early 80's. The real menace of this movie lies with the kangaroo poachers, two brothers who reek of malevolence and filth all the way through the film. They were truly terrifying, and the insane laughter of David Argue (playing younger and more dangerous brother Dicko) still haunts me to this day.