Hounds Of Love Loosely based on real-life events, this harrowing psychological thriller from Australian writer-director Ben Young is set to join the likes of The Silence of the Lambs as one of the most gruelling serial killer movies ever realised. In 1980s Perth, Australia, a depraved couple are abducting and murdering young girls. When seventeen-year-old Vicki Maloney accepts a ride from the duo late one night, she finds herself catapulted into a nightmare beyond her imagining. Bolstered by astonishing performances from its three main leads, Hounds of Love is bold... and powerful piece of filmmaking which proves that Australian genre cinema is alive and well. Features: Original 5.1 audio Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Interviews with actors Stephen Curry, Emma Booth and Ashleigh Cummings Behind-the-Scenes Two short films from Hounds of Love director Ben Young: Something Fishy' (2010) and Bush Basher' (2011) John Butler Trio Only One music video, directed by Ben Young Trailer Reversible sleeve featuring two artwork options [show more]
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Australian crime drama and debut feature from writer and director Ben Young. After sneaking out to attend a late-night party, 17-year-old student Vicki Maloney (Ashleigh Cummings) is abducted by serial killers John and Evelyn White (Stephen Curry and Emma Booth), a Perth couple who take pleasure in torturing and murdering young girls. Finding herself chained up in the guest room of the White's house, Vicki attempts to turn her captors against each other in a desperate bid to help her escape. The cast also includes Susie Porter, Damian De Montemas and Harrison Gilbertson.