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Nick Robertson's debut feature The Pack slotted for release

Ready to face a pack of Cujos in the remote Aussie countryside? Things are about to get vicious and oh so good.
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"After discovering the last of his livestock have been mauled to death on his rural cattle ranch by a pack of wild dogs, hardened farmer and devoted family man Adam Wilson can do nothing but watch as his dream of continuing the family business is shattered. As darkness falls, unsuspecting shadows begin to lurk outside their farmhouse. A pack of wild dogs are preparing to close in, ready to attack. Through a series of frightening and bloody encounters Adam and his family are forced into survival mode. Will they make it out alive? Or will they fall victim to…The Pack."

I'm getting some good vibes from the trailer, and Robertson looks like he is taking no prisoners with his first movie. Actually feral dogs are a major problem for Oz, what with people dumping the family pooch when it's no longer a cute puppy. Well a wild dog's got to eat, and even over in NZ they see livestock attacks from feral dogs.

Hey I'm rambling like an old timer in a Hobart bar, the movie is being released on DVD, BluRay, and VOD October 14th, and yes we're reviewing real soon now. Check out the trailer below.

Official site kids, right here.

Published on 30 July 2015

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