Luke Sparke’s “Red Billabong”Entices Horror Fans

Luke Sparke left the Horror community waiting with anticipation. posted the theatrical poster and trailer to the film back in September 2015. Since then many  wanted to see more of what the film had to offer. Stills, trailers and more information on Luke Sparke’s Australian creature feature were scarce. It seems an emphasis in production has kept the creative team occupied. The collaborative hard work will make the film a visual spectacle. “Red Billabong” will surpass expectations. Director Luke Sparke shares his thoughts on the creative process towards the film.

“…I can’t recall another aussie film integrating a fully CGI character into a film like this…We need to be sure it’s working – and it is….We’re plugging away at the visual effects. These things take time, but doing something never done before in Australian cinema takes even longer.”

“Red Billabong” is months away from release. To pacify anticipation Cinema Australia released stills to the film.

Although, the images are not much to savor, teasers actually. Its good to see information released about the film nonetheless. In those looking forward to the film can expect more news on “Red Billabong” to surface. Director Luke Sparke promises to keep horror fans posted with upcoming developments. He added the following comment.

“…There will be more build-up in the coming months. You’re going to love it!”

The cast to “Red Billabong” are; Jessica GreenTim Pocock, Dan EwingJohn ReynoldsFelix WilliamsonEmily Joy

The Synopsis to “Red Billabong,” reads as follows:

In the Australian Outback, two brothers discover old secrets and family lies. As their friends start to go missing they fear they are being stalked by someone or something from their worst nightmares – But is it just – A story? A legend? A hoax? Or is it real?

Stay Tuned!!

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“Red Billabong” Teaser Trailers


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