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New Gympie movie is a not-boaring 'boarll tearer'

Director Chris Sun workng on location in the Mary Valley on his about-to-be-released horror classic-to-be, Boar.
Director Chris Sun workng on location in the Mary Valley on his about-to-be-released horror classic-to-be, Boar. Contributed

CHARLIE'S Farm was never meant to be a nice movie about people getting along together.

And nor is Chris Sun's latest horror flick from the Mary Valley, Boar.

It's scary and it's good, at least as far as we can tell from the trailer.

The Nambour-based move fanatic turned film maker has done it again and the monster pig that kills and eats people is headed your way.

Poster for new horror film, Boar.
Poster for new horror film, Boar. Contributed

And why wouldn't it be?

Have a look at yourself.

You take drives in the Mary Valley don't you?

You don't expect to be eaten alive and mutilated by a monster killer pig?

Oh really?

Nambour movie industry powerhouse Chris Sun has done it again, this time with a cast to compete with anyone.

There's John Jarratt, Bill Mosely, Simone Buchanan, Melissa Tkautz, Hugh Sheridan, Roger Ward and many more.

Simone Buchanan in Boar, a new horror film by writer and director Chris Sun.
Simone Buchanan in Boar, a new horror film by writer and director Chris Sun. Contributed

John Jarratt says, far from being "boaring", it's going to 'boar' it right up you."

Ernie Dingo says it's going to be a "boarll tearer."

"Edge of your seat, nail-biting terror," says another international star in the pioneering world of Gympie region's feature film industry.

Have a look at the trailer and maybe you'll think twice. You can find it at...

https://www.facebook.com/boarmovie/videos/1683529011741398/

Coast based writer and director Chris Sun will have the national debut of his new horror film, Boar, on the Sunshine Coast.
Coast based writer and director Chris Sun will have the national debut of his new horror film, Boar, on the Sunshine Coast. Contributed

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