This sequel was released 8 years after the first Wyrmwood. Where the first was a horror comedy that introduced its audience to some memorable characters and a creative new twist on the zombie genre, this one dropped most, if not all, of the comedy. It, instead, focused on how the survivors and the zombies had adapted and evolved post apocalypse.
An Australian outback watering and fishing pond is found to have toxic water. Todd, from the Department of Environment and Pollution, goes out to test the water and replace the warning sign, which keeps disappearing. On his way back, he has to stop for some kangaroos in the road. While waiting for them to pass, he discovers something far worse. Continue reading →
During the zombie apocalypse, survivors, Barry and Benny, band together in search of Barry’s sister, Brooke, who has been kidnapped, to fight not only against the undead but also against mysterious gas-mask wearing soldiers. Continue reading →
Ella was a young girl when she witnessed a traumatic event which continues to haunt her. Kay is the psychologist who has been trying to help her. As Kay is ready to recommend that Ella stay hospitalized for continued observation, Ella keeps telling Kay that she is not understanding what Ella is telling her. When Kay starts to really listen, she realizes that what is haunting Ella may not only be in her mind. Continue reading →
This endearing, feel-good comedy from down under is about down-on-his-luck Carlos, who has recently moved to Australia. After a rough start. Carlos becomes employed at Manana, a Mexican restaurant which is in danger of foreclosure unless Carlos comes up with $5,000. He agrees to work for spoiled, rich-girl Alex, who thinks that the only way she can marry her lover, Bruce, is to hire Carlos to make Bruce appear more appealing. Continue reading →