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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 The Australian Zombie Horror Cargo Is Burdened by Its Own Gravitas
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'Since the 1970s, some of the best horror films have been made in Australia. Something about the vastness of the continent, and its geographical remoteness from the northern and western hemispheres, lends itself to the kind of existential explorations of alienation that underpin the best examples of this genre.'  (Introduction)

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  • Cargo Yolanda Ramke , 2017 single work film/TV
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