Buzz·Posted on 1 Dec 2014The Best Australian Films Of 2014Yes, Australia makes movies, and good ones at that.by Nick WrayBuzzFeed Motion Pictures StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. The Babadook Causeway Films Director: Jennifer Kent.Starring: Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Daniel Henshall, Hayley McElhinney, Barbara West and Ben Winspear.Kids love making up stories about the monster under their bed, but what if for once they were telling the truth? 2. The Rover Porchlight Films Director: David Michôd.Starring: Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson.Guy Peace kicking ass for two hours. That's all you need. 3. Wolf Creek 2 Village Roadshow Director: Greg McLean.Starring: John Jarratt and Ryan Corr.Remember that movie that almost crippled Australia's tourism industry? Well they made another. 4. These Final Hours Village Roadshow Director: Zak Hilditch.Starring: Jessica De Gouw, Daniel Henshall, David Field, Sarah Snook and Nathan Phillips.As planet Earth is in its final hours a man finds a little girl and helps her get to her father. 5. Tracks Transmission Films Director: John Curran.Starring: Mia Wasikowska and Adam Driver.Follow Robyn as she travels from Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean on a journey of self-discovery. 6. Son of a Gun Hopscotch Films Director: Julius Avery.Starring: Brenton Thwaites, Ewan McGregor and Nash Edgerton.After committing a minor crime, JR finds himself in something much deeper, and something that can cost him his life. 7. The Mule Screen Australia Directors: Tony Mahony and Angus Sampson.Starring: Hugo Weaving, Angus Sampson and Leigh Whannell.A first-time drug mule is taken into custody with Hugo Weaving playing a bad-ass cop. 8. The Infinite Man Hedone Productions Director: Hugh Sullivan.Starring: Josh McConville, Hannah Marshall and Alex Dimitriades.A man's quest to create the perfect relationship backfires dramatically. 9. Cut Snake Matchbox Pictures Director: Tony Ayres. Starring: Jessica De Gouw, Sullivan Stapleton and Alex Russell.Two ex-cons plan to burn down a Brisbane nightclub, how is that not appealing? 10. Kill Me Three Times Cargo Entertainment Director: Kriv Stenders.Starring: Sullivan Stapelton, Alice Braga, Teresa Palmer, Callan Mulvey, Luke Hemsworth, Bryan Brown and Simon Pegg.Simon. Fucking. Pegg. That is all. 11. Charlie's Country Hopscotch Films Director: Rolf de Heer. Starring: David Gulpilil. This film from award-winning director Rolf de Heer (Ten Canoes) once again focuses on cultural issues the Indigenous people in Australia face. Truly Australian cinema at its best. 12. Skin Deep Screen Launch Director: Jon Leahy. Starring: Zara Zoe, Monica Zanetti and Elizabeth Blackmore.This film explores a young girl's life after she is diagnosed with terminal melanoma. 13. The Little Death Head Gear Films Director: Josh Lawson.Starring: Josh Lawson and Bojana Novakovic.Josh Lawson makes his directorial debut in a movie about sex. Sold. 14. Felony wordpress.com Director: Matthew Saville.Starring: Tom Wilkinson, Joel Edgerton, Jai Courtney and Melissa George.After being involved in an accident that leaves a young boy in a coma, a police officer must cover it up for the sake of his career. 15. Around the Block Kick Pictures Director: Sarah Spillane.Starring: Christina Ricci, Jack Thompson and Damian Walshe-Howling.An American teacher helps at-risk teens by getting them involved in a production of the play, Hamlet.