The Clinic

The Clinic 2010

Young mother-to-be Beth (Tabrett Bethell) is travelling with her fiance Cameron (Andy Whitfield) through the remote outback. One night she wakes alone in a nightmare situation faced with an unknown enemy and a deadline for survival. Set in the middle of nowhe…
90mins
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MA15+
Strong themes and violence

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Young mother-to-be Beth (Tabrett Bethell) is travelling with her fiance Cameron (Andy Whitfield) through the remote outback. One night she wakes alone in a nightmare situation faced with an unknown enemy and a deadline for survival. Set in the middle of nowhere in the late 1970's The Clinic follows the journey of six women who find themselves trapped and isolated with only each other to turn to (and against). Something in common has drawn these women together and will ultimately tear them apart. An intriguing psychological thriller from first-time writer director James Rabbitts, The Clinic explores women's primal instincts and how far they will go to protect life.

Member Reviews

  • Utterly ridiculous. Just when you think it can't get any dumber, it does.

  • Yea i didn't mind it, bit of weird ozzie horror film but still worth the watch once you work out what's going on

  • I actually enjoyed this movie, but then I like the SAW & Hostel series'. Although the story was made for pre-DNA days it would be interesting to see it done for the modern era, as it has the potential to have a few more twists to the plot.

  • this was the most predictable BS since Wolf Creek

  • Awesome film about the a lady who gets kidnapped and trapped in a compound with other ladies while they are hunted by a killer whos bumping them off one by one. Brillant acting by all and it good see see Mr Napier after Mac-Clouds daughters sans Akubra Cooper Pedy but still looking awesome regardless and an awesome actor. The direction takes its cue from B.O.R.N but goes further then that and is smooth. Effects are passible. My only gripe is they write one character off too quickly and in an unconvincing way but apart from that small its def worth a rental.

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