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UK / Australia 2019
produced by
Jayne Chard, Judd Tilyard, Steven Matusko (executive) for Dicentium Films, Hummingbird Films, Storm Vision Entertainment
directed by Jesse O'Brien
starring Jordan Waller, Kathryn Wilder, Helen Dallimore, Gary Sweet, Madelaine Nunn, Don Bridges, David Adlam, Kevin Harrington, Kerry Armstrong, Casey Hotz, Stephen Hunter, Kent Lee, Anna Tolputt, Gregory J. Fryer, Kasha Bajor, Paul Armstrong, Danxia Yang, Colin Dixon, Keavong Alson Men, Elizabeth Xu, Josephine Anne Dino, Rob Sheean
written by Jordan Waller, music by Ryan Elliott Stevens

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Norman (Jordan Waller) and Annabelle (Kathryn Wilder) don't want to be in the post-Brexit UK anymore, what with being branded immigrants just because their parents were from Poland ... or so they thought, as on their mum's death bed they learn they've been adopted and their mum, Mary (Kerry Armstrong), lives in Australia, in a small village called Two Heads Creek. So they travel to Australia to find their parents - and are quite surprised that the bus to Two Heads Creek is full of newly arrived Asian immigrants.

In Two Heads Creek, Norman and Annabelle are in for a disappointment though, as they're told by the village elder Hans (Gary Sweet) and the local matriarch Apple (Helen Dallimore) that Mary has died. However, too many things don't add up about Mary's death, and Norman and Annabelle start to investigate, and soon learn the dark secret of Two Heads Creek: The village houses a makeshift meat plant, and the meat ... are the immigrants shipped here. And that's even gouvernment-supported as a way to take care of the "immigrant problem". Problem is, now that Norman and Annabelle have found out, it's only a matter of time for the locals to find out that they've found out, and with no regular public transport to escape the place, they're soon at their mercy, and obviously are grossly outgunned ...


Now first and foremost, Two Heads Creek works very well as a party movie, as it's carried by humour that ever so often leans towards the dark without ever going full-on macabre, and it's got its fair share of blood and guts without ever going as explicit as Herschell Gordon Lewis' [Herschell Gordon Lewis bio - click here] thematically similar 2,000 Maniacs. Plus the film moves at a steady enough pace, with all the action well-executed and the story told in a straightforward way, so the film lends itself to being watched with a few beers and a few mates. But that's not to say that the movie's shallow, as it takes its jabs (some blunt, many less so) at both the British and the Australian immigration policy, comments on politics through genre-immanent metaphors (again, some blunt, some less so), and actually takes a very likeable stand on things - but never in a preachy, always in a genre-typical way, as the film never forgets to entertain first, and doing well at it, with everything else taking backseat.


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