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It’s Only a T-Shirt! Finds the Thrill of the Hunt with ‘Wolf Creek’ Bundle PLUS a Giveaway

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It’s Only a T-Shirt! Finds the Thrill of the Hunt with ‘Wolf Creek’ Bundle PLUS a Giveaway

You might remember the horror-based clothing boutique It’s Only a T-Shirt! from their debut product launch back in November. For a relatively new apparel provider from Australia they really impressed with their unique VHS packaging. Now they’re back with an all-new limited edition release, this time featuring another native horror film: WOLF CREEK (2005).

Directed by Greg McLean, Wolf Creek is (like many horror stories) a mixture of true reality and creative license that finds three backpackers held captive by a crazy serial killer in the Australian outback. The events that unfold are brutal as the insane Mick Taylor hunts and tortures his “prey” in ever-increasingly horrifying methods.

Now, thanks to It’s Only a T-Shirt! fans can take the thrill of the hunt with them where they go with two t-shirt options (black or white), each packed in a VHS box with an added feature bonus – an Australian daybill signed by the director. Those who pre-order in the next week will actually receive a 20% discount on the bundle (limited to 300) so be sure to check them out before they’re all gone!

Wolf Creek T-Shirt Giveaway

Wolf Creek - Horror Tshirt

What nationality were the two, real life tourists that Wolf Creek was influenced by?

Answer this question by leaving a comment along with your email address. One lucky winner will receive a prize pack pack consisting of the t-shirt, VHS packaging and a poster signed by the director Greg McLean. The winner will be contacted by May 16th!

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Rondal

Rondal is the Editor-in-Chief of Strange Kids Club and a creative instigator who tackles each day with Red Bull-induced enthusiasm and a mind for adventure. Rondal has written for other sites including Rue Morgue, Fuel Your Illustration and Bloodsprayer. His obsession with horror movies, 80s animation and action figures is considered unhealthy by medical professionals.

  • http://izombielover.blogspot.com Jeremy [Retro-Zombie]

    I want to say “Australian”, but I feel it is a trick question… and I don’t want to cheat.
    :)

  • http://www.donandmutt.co.uk Paul Arnold

    Quote: ‘Wolf Creek is not directly based on a true story, although a title at the start says, ‘based on actual events’.’ So is it a trick question?

  • http://www.strangekidsclub.com Rondal

    Definitely not a trick question, but I can see where the original question could be misleading. I’ve altered it to read a little better now. I’ll even give everyone a hint… the answer is NOT Australian. Dun, dun, dun… :)

  • James

    I guess they were British tourists.

  • http://www.donandmutt.co.uk Paul Arnold

    I’m going to go with German as my answer.

  • http://izombielover.blogspot.com Jeremy [Retro-Zombie]

    Dammit…

  • http://www.the-mortuary.com Mark Brown

    They were British – Peter Marcunt Falconio and Joanne Lees though I would say that Wolf Creek was also influenced by the murders perpetrated by Ivan Milat.

  • MATTHEW

    They were British in nationality.

  • http://www.the-mortuary.com Mark Brown

    I should point out that Joanne Lees escaped and was subjected to a lengthy trial which led to the film not being released in the Northern Territory as this trial was still ongoing.

  • http://fluid-radio.co.uk/brendanmoore Brendan Moore

    They were British and skittish.

  • Paul Challis-O’Shea

    British.

  • Doug Turner

    Peter Falconio was British, as was his gf Joanne Lees (who survived).

    I am also British, and promise to wear the t-shirt while backpacking across Australia, goading truck drivers along the way.

  • Ash Richardson

    British!! And that artwork is AMAZING

  • KC

    Brits fo sho!

  • Brandon Bennett

    They were indeed both British. Huddersfield which is in West Yorkshire, England.

  • Enzo

    British!!

  • Ruairidh Morris

    They were British!

  • http://horrorizons.wordpress.com Sean Spinks

    British, but they had nice teeth.

    And hats off to Matt O’Neill for the amazing art. He’s a really talented guy so go checkout the rest of his work at itsonlyatshirt.com.

  • Steven Stanford

    They were British my good Sir!

  • Bill Klukas

    They were British.

  • Pablo Rodriguez

    They were British, home skillet!

  • Emily Ilett

    Hi They were British. I got my fingers crossed, love the t-shirt.

  • http://Horroretc.com Kings Town Ted

    Peter Falconio and Joanne Lees were British nationals.
    Have to add my congrats to Matt O’Neill for the awesome design.

  • Wesley Remory

    Liz Hunter and Kristy Earl were British tourists.

  • http://izombielover.blogspot.com Jeremy [Retro-Zombie]

    can i say British now… or am i too late?

    • http://www.strangekidsclub.com Rondal

      *haha* You’re still good. We’ll except entries up until next Tuesday and draw a winner at random from the correct entries.

  • Derek

    British

  • http://www.bigbootyhoes.com christian roney

    british old boy that t~shirt is so good i gotta bout a half chub right now

  • Dim Vekios

    The two, real life tourists that Wolf Creek was influenced by, were British!

  • Nathan Noah

    They two real life tourists were British.

  • Sean Corrigan

    Both were British tourists, Peter Falconio and his girlfriend Joanne Lees.

  • Maria Moreira

    Both tourists were British.

  • Pat

    British!

  • Jose

    Uk errs

  • Nurettin Mert Aydin

    British

  • Serdar Mumcu

    British

  • Shay

    British!!

  • Conan

    three German, two British

  • Conan

    I should also add there were 2 Austalians aswell

  • http://alexislegend.com Alex
  • http://www.strangekidsclub.com Rondal

    Wow! First off, thanks to everyone who entered this contest… showing up is half the battle. Unfortunately, as Highlander reminds us: “there can be only one” and our one winner this time is none other than:

    MARIA MOREIRA

    Congrats Maria! :)