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Razorback (film) - Wikipedia Razorback received lukewarm reviews from critics. Several critics compared the film to the classic natural horror film Jaws. Both movies use their special-effects ...

Razorback (film) - Wikipedia Razorback is a 1984 Australian natural horror film written by Everett De Roche based on Peter Brennans novel and directed by Russell Mulcahy The Scorpion King 2 Rise Of A Warrior Widescreen The film revolves around the attacks of a gigantic wild boar terrorizing the Australian outback killing and devouring people Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Release 5 Reception 5 1 Accolades 6 See also 7 References 8 External links Jake Cullen Bill Kerr is babysitting his grandson at his house in the Australian outback when a massive razorback boar attacks him smashing through his house and dragging away his grandson to devour alive Jake is accused of murdering the child and while his account of the events are met with considerable skepticism he is acquitted due to lack of evidence of a boar being responsible of the attack The event destroys his credibility and reputation however and he vows revenge on the boar Two years later American wildlife reporter Beth Winters Judy Morris journeys to the outback to document the hunting of Australian wildlife to be processed into pet food at a rundown factory Beth gets video footage of two thugs Benny Baker Chris Haywood and his brother Dicko David Argue illegally making pet food out of animals and is subsequently chased down by them by car They catch up force her off the road and attempt to rape her only to be chased off by the same boar that killed Jakes grandson Beth attempts to take shelter in her car but the hog rips off the door drags her out and eats her With no witnesses her disappearance is subsequently ruled an accident resulting from having fallen down an abandoned mine shaft after leaving her wrecked car Some time later Beths husband Carl Gregory Harrison travels to Australia in search of her and encounters Jake whom Beth interviewed during her initial report Jake refers him to the local cannery where he meets Benny and Dicko whom he convinces to take him along on their next kangaroo hunt only to be abandoned by them when he spoils a potential kill Carl is then attacked by a herd of wild pigs spurred on by the giant boar who chase him through the night and force him take shelter atop a windmill The next morning the pigs knock over the windmill but Carl is saved by landing in the pond at the windmills base in which the pigs fear to swim Once the pigs leave Carl attempts to make his way back to civilisation all the while suffering from dehydrationinduced hallucinations before finally reaching the house of Sarah Cameron Arkie Whiteley a friend of Jake who has been tracking and studying the local pig population and the only one who believes his story of the giant razorback While recovering at Sarahs house Carl and Sarah become intimate and he learns that something has been causing the wild pigs excess stress leading them into unusual behavior such as increased aggression and cannibalizing their own young Meanwhile after learning that Carl had seen the razorback Jake sets out for the pumping station and manages to shoot it with one of Sarahs tracking darts He also finds Beths wedding ring in the boars feces which he returns to a grieving Carl who resigns himself to returning home After overhearing a radio conversation suggesting that Jake knows what really happened to Beth Winters Benny and Dicko fearful that Jake is attempting to implicate them in her death attack him at his camp breaking his legs with boltcutters and leaving him to be killed by the razorback His remains are later found by Sarah and Carl along with marks in the dirt made by Dickos cleaver Realizing that the brothers were responsible for both his wife and Jakes death Carl attacks Benny at his and Dickos lair interrogating Benny by lowering him into a mine shaft before letting him fall down it As Sarah rounds up a posse to hunt down the razorback using the tracker Jake shot into it Carl corners Dicko at the cannery but the razorback suddenly appears and mauls Dicko before Carl can shoot him The razorback then chases Carl into the factory when Sarah suddenly arrives and is seemingly killed by the boar who continues to pursue Carl even after impaling its throat on a broken pipe In its maddened rampage the razorback ends up damaging the cannerys generator which sends the machines running out of control as Carl lures the boar up onto a conveyor belt that throws it onto a giant fan chopping it to pieces After shutting down the machinery Carl finds and rescues Sarah who had merely been knocked unconscious and the two embrace Gregory Harrison as Carl Winters Arkie Whiteley as Sarah Cameron Bill Kerr as Jake Cullen Chris Haywood as Benny Baker David Argue as Dicko Baker Judy Morris as Beth Winters John Howard as Danny John Ewart as Turner Don Smith as Wallace Mervyn Drake as Andy Redmond Phillips as the Magistrate Alan Becher as Counsel credited as Alan Beecher Peter Schwarz as Lawyer as Peter Schwartz Beth Child as Louise Cullen Rick Kennedy as Farmer Productionedit The movie was directed by Russell Mulcahy and mostly shot in Broken Hill New South Wales 12 Director of photography Dean Semler was hired on the strength of his work in Mad Max 2 Some commentators have written that the film may have been inspired by the 1980 death of Azaria Chamberlain whose mother was accused of murder after a dingo snatched the infant 3 The razorback boar was an animatronic Effects man Bob McCarron designed a total of six boars for the film one of them designed to ram vehicles 4 The shoot used one of the first batches of a new fast film stock developed by Kodak which resulted in quite highresolution shots Mulcahy originally considered Jeff Bridges for the role of Carl but producer Hal McElroy considered he had too little international appeal 5 Releaseedit Razorback was released in Australia on 19 April 1984 and grossed 801000 at the box office 6 The film was given a limited release theatrically in the United States by Warner Bros in November 1984 It grossed 150140 at the box office 7 Following various VHS video releases the film was issued on DVD in Australia by Umbrella Entertainment on 21 September 2005 It was presented in 2 401 widescreen with a 5 1 Dolby Digital soundtrack and the original 2 0 Dolby Stereo soundtrack Special features included the 70minute featurette Jaws on Trotters an audio interview with actor Gregory Harrison four brief prerelease deleted scenes with extra gore sourced from VHS tape a photo gallery and an original theatrical trailer Razorback was subsequently released on DVD in various other countries including the US UK France and Germany though they only contain varying quantities of the Australian discs extras 8 The US release was by Warner Home Video as part of the Warner Archive Collection and only contains 2 0 stereo audio and the theatrical trailer 9 In 2014 Umbrella Entertainment released the film on Bluray with all of their prior DVDs extras and an additional 84 minutes of cast and crew intervws The disc is region free but the transfer is in 1080i 50Hz and extras are in PAL 576i which would cause compatibility issues with 60Hz only equipment Receptionedit This section may need to be rewritten entirely to comply with Wikipedias quality standards You can help The discussion page may contain suggestions March 2017 Razorback received lukewarm reviews from critics Several critics compared the film to the classic natural horror film Jaws 10 Both movies use their specialeffects monster sparingly the better to build suspense and hide the technical shortcomings 11 Often noted was Russell Mulcahys musicvideoinformed style fast cutting filters and strobe lighting 1213The New York Times ascribed a bizarre almost Daliesque character to the visuals 14 However most reviewers found the plot somewhat rote and predictable15 and there were complaints about the performances 16 AnnaMaria Delloso film critic for the Sydney Morning Herald gave the film a negative review writing Razorback is a spectacularly ghastly movie one of the great Australian embarrassments of the year 17 Patrick Goldstein film critic for the Los Angeles Times described the film as a true delight for any horror film fancier who enjoys the prospect of man tested by a deadly and inscrutable force of nature 18 Clint Morris of Moviehole called it Jaws with a wiggly tail Ferocious and Funcitation needed Chuck OLeary of Fantastica Daily gave a positive review saying The atmosphere of the Australian Outback makes this a decent oversizedcreatureontheloose thriller citation needed Accoladesedit Award Category Subject Result AACTA Award1984 Australian Film Institute Awards Best Adapted Screenplay Everett De Roche Nominated Best Cinematography Dean Semler Won Best Editing William M Anderson Won Best Original Music Score Iva Davies Nominated Best Sound Tim Lloyd Nominated Ron Purvis Nominated Peter Fenton Nominated Phil Heywood Nominated Greg Bell Nominated Helen Brown Nominated Ashley Grenville Nominated Best Production Design Bryce Walmsley Nominated Australian Cinematographers Society Cinematographer of the Year Dean Semler Won Avoriaz Fantastic Film Festival Grand Prize Russell Mulcahy Nominated See alsoedit Boar Cinema of Australia Referencesedit a b Schembri Jim July 1984 Russell Mulcahy Cinema Papers The Scorpion King 2 Rise Of A Warrior Widescreen pp  139–141   Schembri Jim 12 July 2008 Russell Mulcahy Senses of Cinema Retrieved 26 October 2012   Blackford Russell McMullen Sean Ikin Van 1999 Strange Constellations A History of Australian Science Fiction Greenwood Press p  128   Cettl Robert 2010 Australian Film Tales p  64   Jaws on Trotters The Making of Razorback DVD featurette 2005   Film Victoria Australian Films at the Australian Box Office Razorback at Box Office Mojo Razorback DVD comparisons DVDCompare net Retrieved 29 Jan 2017   Razorback DVD WBSshop com Retrieved 16 April 2011   Buckmaster Luke 20141113 Razorback Rewatched – the outback creature feature sold as Jaws on trotters The Guardian   Stratton David 1990 The Avocado Plantation Boom and Bust in the Australian Film Industry Pan MacMillan p  302   Razorback Review Empire 20000101   Shelley Peter 2012 Australian Horror Films 1970–2010 McFarland p  84   Canby Vincent 19850913 Screen Razorback The New York Times   Review Razorback Variety 19831231   Flanagan Kevin 2011 Studies in Australasian Cinema Vol 5 Intellect Ltd   Delloso AnnaMaria 19840421 Superpig takes on the Animal Rights fanatic Sydney Morning Herald Retrieved 20170103 – via Newspapers com   Goldstein Patrick 19841120 Razonback A Boar But Not A Bore Los Angeles Times Retrieved 20170103 – via Newspapers com   External linksedit Razorback on IMDb Razorback at Oz Movies Razorback at the National Film and Sound Archive Razorback at AllMovie

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