FAIR GAME: 80s Ozploitation Flick Coming to Cinemas And Digital This July
A young woman running an animal sanctuary in the outback takes her revenge on a trio of kangaroo hunters who terrorized her.
Dark Star Pictures will release Mario Andreacchio's Ozploitation flick from 1986, Fair Game, in 'North American' cinemas on July 8th, digital on July 12th, with a physical release in August.
The film's notoriaty includes being shot by Lord of the Rings cinematographer Andrew Lesnie and was an inspiration for Tarantino's Death Proof, as the pictures of our young heroine strapped to the front of a Ute would suggest.
We've included a sketchy quality trailer below the announcement and official stills.
Dark Star Pictures is set to release Ozploitation classic Fair Game on the big screen across North America!A bonafide Aussie classic, one that would later inspire Quentin Tarantino’s Death Proof, Fair Game is a wild revenge triller set in the outback pitting Cassandra Delaney’s wildlife sanctuary boss against three psycho kangaroo hunters. Bored with killing kangaroos, they decide to kill the animals in the sanctuary, and when they see how attractive the owner is, they decide to have a little "fun" with her, too. Turns out that they may get a bit more "fun" than they bargained for.Directed by Emmy Winner Mario Andreacchio and shot by Oscar Winner Andrew Lesnie (The Lord of the Rings trilogy), Fair Game also stars Peter Ford, David Sandford, Garry Who, and Don Barker.Fair Game will open theatrically July 8 before a digital release July 12. A physical release of the is planned for August.