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Badass Bunyip

Australia 2021
produced by
David Black
directed by Gerardo Chierchia
starring David Black, Anastasia C. Kouloukas, Benji Wragg, Glen Cook, Vixey Teh, Charli Bowers, Nihit Naphray, Sharnee Wiseman, Keith Harland, Michelle Sherry Damon, Antonio Daniele, Youii Tiba, Leif Street, Tim Possible, Brett Sixtysix, Nicki Bowers, Chloe Destiny Gileno, Karen Watson, Ben Cu, Barbara Cinelli, Faina Volfson
written by David Black, music by Vinnie Camilleri, songs by David Black and Darkness Visible, special effects by Ivana Ciccone

review by
Mike Haberfelner

For Christmas, Shazza (Anastasia C. Kouloukas) and Dazza (David Black) go to the outbacks for a picnic - well, their version of the outbacks is a speck of woodland pretty much in the center of the city, but Shazza and Dazza are not exactly the brightest, so they manage to lose their way, get onto some sacred Aboriginal site and desecrate it - out of ignorance rather than spite. As a result, a the Bunyip, a creature from Aboriginal mythology who's guarding the site, soon goes on a rampage and kills more than his fair share of people in the park - something that really doesn't faze our heroes until they stumble upon piles upon piles of severed bodyparts. A floating red skull appears to them, spouting ominous warnings but also giving them clues how to end this all. But as mentioned before, Shazza and Dazza aren't the brightest ...


Now if you're looking for subtlety in your comedy, this is probably not your film, as here, the humour is broad, at times also crude and gross - and it's also pretty funny as however unrefined the humour might be, it (and the film as a whole) is also completely unpretentious. Basically, it's jokes crossed with monsters and gore, grounded by two characters who in all their stupidity are still very likeable, all resulting in a pretty fun ride.


If this has at all gotten you interested, Badass Bunyip premieres on July 29th, 2021 at


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