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form y separately published work icon Homesdale single work   film/TV   humour   horror  
Note: Co-written with New Zealand scriptwriter, Piers Davies.
Issue Details: First known date: 1971... 1971 Homesdale
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According to Robert Hood,

'This was Weir's first solo feature, a black comedy about a strange assortment of characters who spend a holiday at the isolated Homesdale Hunting Lodge. They are forced to enter into strange deathly games by the even stranger staff, while the distinction between what is real and what is fantasy gradually deteriorates.'

Source: Robert Hood, 'Killer Koalas: Australian (and New Zealand) Horror Films'. Tabula Rasa ( (Sighted: 6/7/2012)


  • The blog And You Call Yourself a Scientist! (which position itself as 'a mad scientist's view on other mad scientists') includes an extremely detailed piece on Homesdale: (Sighted: 6/7/2012)

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