My obsession with Wolf Creek continues...

I'm probably late to the bus with this, but I've just watched season two of 'Wolf Creek' on Now TV. As I live in the UK, it's been a bit of a drama trying to find this seasons episodes but I'm on cloud nine now that I did. If you follow me on social media, you'll know that I'm a big fan of both the movies and the show. I believe the Wolf Creek TV series should get the same buzz and recognition as shows such as 'American horror story, The walking dead' etc. 

I was a fan of the two Wolf Creek films and after I'd saw the first movie, I did wonder if the second film was going to be as good as the first but I was pleasantly surprised. Sometimes when a fantastic film transitions into a TV series it can be a bit of a disaster as we've seen in the past but Greg Mclean is such a genius that his writing continues to impress. Every time I've watched an episode of this series, I was eager for the next and gutted when the last episode ended, wanting more. That's the thing I find with Wolf Creek and the sheer brilliance of the writing as well as John Jarratt's electric performances, you just can't wait to see what happens next.

I've read online that the third season is going to be filming soon so I'm excited about that and looking forward to where the character of Mick Taylor is going to lead to next. I'm not going to spoil season two for those who haven't had a chance to watch it but if you're a fan of the films and the first season, you should love this season, it'll have you on the edge of your seat and you'll also notice that the opening theme is a haunting version of the classic Men at work hit 'Down under'.

I've read a lot about the background of the film and about the 'Ivan Milat' case. Ivan Milat is a serial killer who hunted and tortured/murdered backpackers in Australia. There is quite a lot of articles and documentaries online if you're interested in looking it up. Greg Mclean also has two books on Amazon which are available in paperback (although rare and quite expensive) and kindle which is a bargain with both priced at £5.00 each. They have rave reviews and go into the character and background of Mick Taylor. You can find both books as well as the Wolf Creek DVDs here 

Are you a fan of Wolf Creek? what do you think of the latest season? leave your comments below or tweet me at: @CaledonianKitty or @PRpussNboots (Twitter links on my home page) 

As always, thanks for reading x

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