Fresh from larger than life comedy Came a Hot Friday, Ian Mune made an abrupt turn to horror with his second feature as director. Friday alumni Phillip Gordon joins a brat pack of young Kiwi actors. Going bush, they meet gun-totting cattleman Bruno Lawrence and a young woman. He is not happy. In this clip, the group begin to crack under the strain of being hunted. Originally written by American Bill Baer, the film was pre-sold to an investor in the United States. Mune's LA agent later told him that letting the dog die didn't help the film's commercial chances in the States.
I don’t know where the bridge is from here. I said I don’t know where we are.– Carl (Matthew Hunter)
Presented with thanks to the New Zealand Film Heritage Trust – Te Puna Ataata
Music composed by Stephen McCurdy
Song 'Razor's Edge' composed by Stephen McCurdy, sung by Annie Crummer
Soundtrack includes songs by Peking Man, Shona Laing, Ardijah and Low Profile