Directed by Stuart Stanton, who co-wrote the film with Karen Elgar, No Such Thing As Monsters places a young couple into the Australian outback, where a romantic weekend turns sinister thanks to an evil family.
Pretty basic set-up, right? So how does it stack up?
The strange family of Elmer, Amy, Nelly and Becca make this film, tormenting the young lovers, particularly the one member who is completely covered in bloody burn bandages. It's an intriguing look that sets this movie away from normal, which I always appreciate.
Along with The Faceless Man, it's cool to see more Australian horror coming our way. Keep it up! This is no available on DVD and on demand in the U.S.