Even the production looks cheap. This time our mutants, affectionately known as: Three-Finger, Saw-Tooth and One-Eye, are led by their fellow normal looking kinfolk, Maynard Doug Bradley , who acts like more of a guardian than an actual blood relative. From my experience, 'Wrong Turn' is a flick enjoyed more by a discerning horror crowd. The movie isn't so-bad-it's-good bad, or even just bad bad. The other surprise is the movie is actually being pretty good and entertaining, making it one of the better entries since the original.
He showed some style inside the desolate cabin, but for the rest of the pic, the cameraworl is fairly typical. Low-frequency effects pack a heavy punch, not only giving scenes a realistic presence, but also a frightening intensity. He's a creepy old kook with a menacing, bloodthirsty stare that makes her and two other inmates nervous as mayhem spills onto the streets outside. The director should know better than that. While sitting in a jail cell, waiting for his boys to come and get him, he taunts and threats the local sheriff Camilla Arfwedson who arrested him. Or, should that be prequel sequel? The story revolves around a group of young city slickers as if there were any other kind in such movies stranded by devious means in the Appalachian wilderness and forced to survive when chased by a clan of cannibalistic mountain folk.
Extras A few short extras are scattered about. The fifth chapter in the horror franchise of inbred mutant rednecks arrives on Blu-ray this October! Exposition is skillfully disclosed in these anxiety-ridden scenes, and the protagonists are made aware of what they're up against. A small West Virginia town is hosting the legendary Mountain Man Festival on Halloween, where throngs of costumed party goers gather for a wild night of music and mischief. Read more reviews and content by. We will update this page with more details as they become available. The site is strategically partnered with various studios and provides exclusive content to visitors. After nearly running over a man, the man attacks them.
Let's just say this up front: Wrong Turn 5 is certainly the worst entry in what's arguably the worst horror franchise of the past decade. Contrast levels tend to fluctuate as do black levels. December 3rd, 2012 by Gerard Iribe The backwoods of West Virginia are deeper, darker and deadlier than ever in this all-new, unrated chapter of Wrong Turn! The cutting-edge terror continues when a small mining town hosts the legendary Mountain Man Festival. The movie picks up some time after part four, which interestingly means that 'Bloodlines' is a sequel prequel. Wrong Turn 5 exists for no other reason than to sucker people into buying it. I would recommend this to a friend As far as the franchise goes, this is more of the same. Queue numerous gross-out scenes of people having their hand chopped off with axes, run over by lawn mowers, their guts torn out and shoved down their throats, etc.
Gunshots benefit the most in addition to the sounds that come from the kills throughout the picture. It gets the job done spitefully, carelessly, with no joy or self-satisfaction. This flick needs all the help it can get. But a killer celebration soon gives way to a blood-soaked feeding frenzy when an inbred family of hillbilly cannibals trick and treat themselves to a group of visiting college students who are just dying for a good time Declan O'Brien returns as director for a fifth installment in the 'Wrong Turn' series, having already done the last two, '' and '. The story is rote, the gore is routine, the tone is callous and un-fun. None of this is remotely thrilling or terrifying or even visually interesting. Bradley and I have no problem with that.
Still, genre placement issues aside, 'Wrong Turn' delivers with a very basic premise and adds a few subtle deviations. The aforementioned college kids head to said town for a Mountain Man festival and end up trapped, fighting for their lives alongside the local sheriff Camilla Arfwedson against a group of inbred hillbilly cannibals. You'd be better actually visiting the Appalachians than watching this film's paltry excuse for hill-billy insanity. The Blu-ray offers up some decent tech-specs and few lackluster extras. In this very nerve-racking scene, director Rob Schmidt places his heroes in a dreadful predicament usually reserved for the end of the second act.
The threesome sounds like they enjoy each other's company a great deal, and the last thing we want is interrupt their conversation with further details about the movie they worked on, right? Because this movie doesn't respect you, as an audience, it doesn't respect the few fans of the series who are inexplicably left, and, most damningly, it has no respect for itself. Featuring a hip ensemble of up-and-coming young stars, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Eliza Dushku, this blood curdling epic is a shock-a-minute horror rush that will leave you screaming for more! Overall, hardcore fans, both of the movie and the genre, are likely to purchase this, while everyone else is safe with a rental. I only saw a lot of blood, not showing more scary that I expected. Wrong Turn 5 isn't just the worst film in a franchise that probably shouldn't have inspired any follow-ups, it's also on the short list of bad films for 2012. The sexually promiscuous youngins are handled with the same swift discrimination as other horror movies. Or should I say a bed of hillbilly corpses.
When Chris was but a wee lad growing up in the slums of suburban New Jersey, he happened to rent a little movie called. . You gotta make a living even if the material is horrid. Marketplace offers not eligible for Instawatch. This is one movie that the lossless surround sound does a bit of justice on all things considered.
Well, whatever you want to call it, the plot fits snuggly between the last and leading up to the first. Hillbilly Kills: The film's director and producer discuss the kills, some of which were apparently inspired by Peter Jackson's Dead Alive. The first 3 were great, the 4th was okay, the 5th. It's an interesting piece, but fans, like me, will definitely enjoy it best. Oh, and three of the kills were actually pretty cool, but everything else sucked on such a monumental level.
Buy some Christmas gifts instead. Horny, drugged up college kids get picked off one by one. This one has no one worthy of note except for Mr. The cutting-edge terror continues when a small mining town hosts the legendary Mountain Man Festival on Halloween, where crowds of costumed partygoers gather for a wild night of music and mischief. So I am hoping for the 6th part, if director plans for that, would be much better and less boring. Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines is impossible to spin into a positive light. The mix also exhibits plenty of activity in the rear surrounds.