It's been 12 years since Mick Taylor first terrorised the outback and slaughtered innocent backpackers, and that body count keeps on growing!
Killing Ground is a merciless Australian thriller that has the power to traumatise an audience. If you were a fan of Wolf Creek, then this is definitely a film for you.
With their latest appointment, the South Australian Film Corporation are bringing an ex LA Executive into a Head of Production role here in Adelaide
A stuttering, shy army drop-out is sent to work at a home for troubled children where he meets and runs away with a troubled seventeen year old girl.
Nine years after Mick Taylor terrorised the outback and slaughtered innocent backpackers, the villain returns with a long-awaited sequel, but more surprising than this overdue sequel is the fact that actor John Jarratt seems to think Taylor is a fun guy to have a drink with!
Who knew a self-proclaimed “bad amateur underground horror musical” could turn into a killer comedy?
Since late last year, Adelaide's internationally-renowned film producer David Lightfoot has been working with New York and L.A.-based feature film production powerhouse Circle of Confusion to bring a feature film to Australia. Find out which one here.
Filmmaker David Lightfoot has spoken out in praise of the SAFC and the new Adelaide Studios at Glenside & slammed recent media speculation.