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    Shortly after loosing his daughter to a drugs overdose, pest controller Christian receives a horrifying tape of her performing in an amateur porn film.  Enraged and unable to come to terms with what he has seen, he sets out to track down those involved.
    Using his own unique brand of brutal and inventive questioning, he moves closer to locating the final suspect and completing the extermination!  Along the way, he reluctantly picks up Alice - an awkward young runaway - and an unlikely bond develops that pushes Christian closer to the edge than ever.    
    A multi-award winning and intensely unique Australian movie that explosively follows in the traditions of Wolf Creek and Chopper, The Horseman is a red-raw insight into one man’s quest for very a painful sort of vengeance and retribution.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    18
    Actor:
    Peter Marshall, Caroline Marohasy, Brad McMurray, Jack Henry, Christopher Sommers, Evert McQueen, Bryan Probets, Steven Tandy, Chris Betts, Damon Gibson, Hannah Levien, Ron Kelly, Robyne Moore
    Director:
    Steven Kastrissios
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    Run Time:
    90 mins approx.
    Theatrical Release Year:
    2008

The Horseman

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  • Description

    Shortly after loosing his daughter to a drugs overdose, pest controller Christian receives a horrifying tape of her performing in an amateur porn film.  Enraged and unable to come to terms with what he has seen, he sets out to track down those involved.
    Using his own unique brand of brutal and inventive questioning, he moves closer to locating the final suspect and completing the extermination!  Along the way, he reluctantly picks up Alice - an awkward young runaway - and an unlikely bond develops that pushes Christian closer to the edge than ever.    
    A multi-award winning and intensely unique Australian movie that explosively follows in the traditions of Wolf Creek and Chopper, The Horseman is a red-raw insight into one man’s quest for very a painful sort of vengeance and retribution.

  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    18
    Actor:
    Peter Marshall, Caroline Marohasy, Brad McMurray, Jack Henry, Christopher Sommers, Evert McQueen, Bryan Probets, Steven Tandy, Chris Betts, Damon Gibson, Hannah Levien, Ron Kelly, Robyne Moore
    Director:
    Steven Kastrissios
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    Run Time:
    90 mins approx.
    Theatrical Release Year:
    2008

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Horseman gets relentless revenge

This film is simply brilliant, brutal but brilliant. The ultimate modern revenge film, packed with drama, tension, surprise and gripping unease. Dark and gruesome, a struggling Dad avenges his daughter with a flying hammer of a movie. A dad avenges his dead daughter, found dead drugs in her body and signs of more abuse. It then becomes clear that his beloved girl was taken advantage of, amidst a sleazy pornographic video production circle. He seeks revenge on the gang in his fight for justice, revenge and to deal with his inner demons - an not without a few struggles along the way. All this happens, with gathering momentum as he gives a lift to a young girl. The film is well shot, bleak in colour at times and the dramatic music all help set the scenes and mood throughout. The main actor is faultlessly superb, likeable and with his faults even more so believable and rout-able for. The beatings, fights and kills are graphic, gritty, real and fitting, adding to the dark nature of this uneasy (in all ways) revenge film. It all seems scarily real and for that it is commendable and more impressive - dare I hail it a modern triumph. This cult gem comes all the way from Australia, probably the best if not only film since Chopper to impress this much from there or with any roots. The director, cast and crew were all unknown, it was low-budget and is quite miraculously put together on the resources they had.

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