Previously at the ICA - Seasons
13 Mar 2009 – 29 Mar 2009
Inspired by Not Quite Hollywood, we present six of the best from the wizards of Ozploitation.
A rude, crude, gory and action-packed journey through the untamed Australian outback of cinema.
A tense Hitchcockian thriller with Stacy Keach as a truck driver and Jamie Lee Curtis as a hitchhiker.
Riding a wave of hype and controversy, Trenchard-Smith's low-rent futuristic shocker was a huge hit when it opened in the UK in the early 1980s.
A real sense of the uncanny pervades this low-budget thriller about a couple who go backpacking in the wilderness. A little-known cult gem.
A rugged Western featuring a phenomenal performance from Dennis Hopper as a 19th-century gold prospector who turns to a life of crime.
A prime example of a B-movie that makes a virtue of its limitations.
A creepy cult shocker in which a coma patient tries to exert psychic powers over his nurse, played by Susan 'that nice woman off Emmerdale' Penhaligon.