A small town cop in Illinois investigates the murders of local teenagers eventually tracing the crimes to a research laboratory where mind experiments have been taking place by an insane doctor. An extremely gruesome horror title.
One hundred years ago Jeannie Gunn left her genteel Melbourne existence for a tough new life on her husband's isolated cattle station. So began her remarkable battle to overcome sexual and racial prejudice in the Outback. She soon won over the misogynistic stockmen - but would she be so successful in changing their racist treatment of the indigenous Aboriginal population? The film was nominated for five Australian Film Institute Awards (including Best Film) and won for Best Cinematography (Gary Hansen).
In a quiet small town the peace is broken when a brutal serial killer begins a terrifying campaign targeting local teens - horribly mutilating the victims. Law enforcement officer John Brady begins to suspect the killer may be linked to the high school's psychology department and their research into behavioural control. His destination to discover the killer takes on a more personal nature when he finds his son has unwittingly become involved in the experiments.
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