Sub-Genre- Serial Killer/Teen Terror
Cast Members of Note- Sebastian Gregory, Tahyna Tozzi, Asher Keddie, and Peta Wilson.
As some creepy Tim Burton-esque music begins, we're told by voice over that not all is well in Australian suburbia; 2 pretty schoolgirls have gone missing only to show up sliced to bits, a third is still missing, and the creepy neighbor kid is stalking yet another local girl. The lesson here is that it doesn't pay to be a nubile young hottie down under.
|In cases like this, I fully endorse stalking.|
|"You rush blindly into potential danger while I wait safely at home, ok?"|
|Relax, he just wants you to help him find his puppy.|
This is basically a twisted coming of age story (as well as a meditation on how suburbia is all sorts of sketchy), demonstrating how a 14 year old boy's hormones can and often do lead them right into all sorts of trouble. The acting helped drive the message home with some nice work by the leads, especially Peta Wilson. She's fantastic here.
|Congratulations, you're a whore!|
Thanks to this movie, I will never look at a sprinkler the same way again. I feel bad for my grass.
|Trouble comes in all flavors, including wet.|
|Evil, evil little puss!|
This movie just oozes sexuality, and some of it of the creepy variety, but we get only a small bit of actual skin.
"What did you do to her?"
Suburban Australia is creepy. Also, snooping only leads to trouble.
|To snoop here = stupid.|
Noice. (That's Australian for "Nice.")