There’s Something In The Pilliga on OzFlix

August 22, 2017

ACCLAIMED Australian found footage Bigfoot film There's Something In The Pilliga is now available on OzFlix on the back of a strong limited domestic theatrical release where it toured 30 locations for 45 screenings throughout 2015.
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There’s Something In The Pilliga on OzFlix

ACCLAIMED Australian found footage Bigfoot film There's Something In The Pilliga is now available on OzFlix on the back of a strong limited domestic theatrical release where it toured 30 locations for 45 screenings throughout 2015.

“The response has been incredible,” said writer, producer and director Dane Millerd of Local Legends Entertainment.

“Black Wolf Media now has the worldwide rights to the film and we are pushing for more territories so this film can be seen across the world.

“It is a horror film shot strictly on one camera and examines the infamous Pilliga Yowie (Bigfoot),” he said.

“OzFlix have also been supportive as they are with all Australian productions,” Millerd said.

Starring Brendan Byrne (Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead), Leoni Leaver and Rackett lead singer Rebecca Callander, There’s Something In The Pilliga is set against the backdrop of the unforgiving Australian outback a place where not all that wanders is lost.

The story involves two men Jay (Byrne) and Dylan (played by Dane Millerd) as they pick up two girls at a local Australian outback pub on New Year’s Eve and then head out to the woods to meet an old hermit friend of Jay’s Hard Up Hermie. When they arrive he isn’t there so the boys with dog in tow leave the girls at the car while they look for Hard Up Hermie. Hard Up Hermie doesn’t like females; however, this pales in comparison to the real threat and absolute horror that resides within the trees that surround Hermie’s humble abode.

With music from Rose Tattoo and G. Wayne Thomas, There’s Something In The Pilliga is not for the faint of heart and may have some thinking about their next trip to Australia.

“It’s not all beer, koalas and skittles down under,” said Millerd.

“We actually have some of the most dangerous creatures on Earth and some of the most vast and isolated landscapes.

“Places where any creature with a choice wouldn’t be out in the open.”

“I couldn’t ask for anymore.”

Find the film on OzFlix – https://www.ozflix.tv/#!/

Website and trailer – http://www.theressomethinginthepilliga.com

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/TheresSomethingInThePilliga

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