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Includes Wrong Turn, Wrong Turn 2: Dead End and Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead.
"[Wrong Turn] ...goes from just a little scary to terrifying. Kevin Carr, Film Threat
|Something strange is happening deep in the woods...but no one's lived to tell about it. From 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment comes the Wrong Turn 3-Pack, featuring the blood-soaked trilogy of WRONG TURN, WRONG TURN 2: DEAD END, and WRONG TURN 3: LEFT FOR DEAD.|
WRONG TURN: An indescribable nightmare begins when a group of young friends is stranded on an isolated road deep in the Appalachian hills of West Virginia, with no hope of rescue. Desperate and fearing for their lives, the horror surges as they find themselves relentlessly pursued by a force of evil beyond their imagination! Featuring a hip ensemble of up-and-coming young stars, this blood-curdling epic is a shock-a-minute horror rush that will leave you screaming for more!
WRONG TURN 2: Six reality TV show contestants are thrown together for six days in a simulated post-apocalyptic wasteland called "The Ultimate Survivalist." Located in a remote part of West Virginia, the contestants discover that they really are fighting for their survival...against a family of hideously deformed inbred cannibals who plan to ruthlessly butcher them all!
WRONG TURN 3: It's hunting season in the deep back woods for Three Finger and his family of hideously deformed inbred cannibal hillbillies! The fight for survival is futile and each successive killing is more gruesome than the last as the cannibals relentlessly stalk a group of attractive young hikers and a group of escaped convicts after their bus crashes on a remote country road.
"[Wrong Turn] You get exactly what you expect -- blood, guts and people being taken to the killing floor. Kevin M. Williams, Chicago Tribune
"[Wrong Turn] Horror fans will have a blast... Luke Y. Thompson, Dallas Observer
"[Wrong Turn] ...sheer, unadulterated nastiness with no apologies. Maitland McDonagh, TV Guide
"[Wrong Turn] A Wrong Turn has never been so terrifying...A must see! Mike Pingel, HollywoodFYI.com
San Francisco Chronicle 5 of 10
[Wrong Turn] In "Wrong Turn," crazed, filthy hillbillies kill and eat tourists. That way they don't pester the locals for directions. This is standard hack-and-giggle fare, with a few wisecracks mixed in with the gore..."I need to pee," one of the girls says. Her boyfriend replies, "I need to remind you of a little movie called Deliverance. "...In the end, however, there are too few wisecracks and too much gore. Worse yet, the plot unfolds like a slasher-by-the-numbers kit. Caught in the vast and empty wilderness under eerie circumstances, the group of attractive young guys and gals decides to . . . wait for it . . . split up...From there it is simply a matter of picking them off one by one -- dumbest and most obnoxious first. Naturally, the zombie hillbillies move at the speed of a glacier yet still manage to catch up with their frantic victims time after time. Chased through the woods, the girls fall down and whimper that they are never going to make it. When our heroes finally find a safe spot for the night, they make sure to turn on lights so the glow in the windows reveals where they are...And so it goes. Early on, when the gibbering mountain weirdos were just shapes and shadows, it looked as if this might have a chance. But someone spent too much on makeup to keep these "leatherface" wannabes a secret. The minute they step into the light, looking like "Men in Black" extras having a bad-hair day, the tension leaks right off the screen...Actually, there is one sincerely scary moment. At the very end there is a strong hint of a sequel.
- C.W. Nevius
Variety 5 of 10
[Wrong Turn] Another movie about mutant inbred cannibals? Already? Yes, it seems impossible, but here is Rob Schmidt's "Wrong Turn," arriving barely one month after Rob Zombie's "House of 1000 Corpses" and carrying with it a similarly cautionary, ecological message about the dangers of trekking off into the woods unawares. And though it substitutes for the likes of Sid Haig and Karen Black a fresher-faced cast of twentysomethings (led by "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"s' Eliza Dushku), the clear ambition here is to recapture the raw, explosively violent atmosphere of such hallmark 1970s shockers as "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and "The Hills Have Eyes." Nice try, but no cigar...One might wonder what makes "Wrong Turn" so much worse than something like Victor Salva's equally derivative "Jeepers Creepers," in which similarly naive youngsters found themselves being pursued through uninhabited terrain by a malevolent creature. Simply that Salva showed an obvious affinity for and understanding of genre mechanics. "Creepers" was creepy -- it really knew how to work the audience, how to make so many things old seem new again--whereas "Wrong Turn" looks like the unprocessed spill-off of a recycling center...For the most part, pic's cast seems clued-in to what junk this is, though Harrington is so particularly expressionless that it's tough to tell whether he's bored or just bad. Only Sisto (whose demented Billy commanded the first season of "Six Feet Under") tries to make lemonade out of the movie's lemons with an enjoyably ticky turn that, regrettably, bites the dust mid-way through. John S. Bartley's underlit lensing (making Stan Winston's elaborate makeup frequently imperceptible) and Elia Cmiral's predictably plosive score contribute to a noticeably weak tech package.
- Scott Foundas