- Format: Anamorphic
- Language: Hindi
- Region: All Regions
- Rated: A (Adults Only)
- Studio: Priya Video
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- ASIN: B00D3IZLFU
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Wrong Turn Movie is 2003 horror film directed by Rob Schmidt and written by Alan B. McElroy. This eerie film features monsters, rednecks, cannibalism and gore all mixed together, making it perfect recipe for a scary movie. The film plot shows Chris Flynn (Desmond Harrington) trying to get to another city through the mountains of West Virginia. The road to the city is obstructed by chemical spill which forces Chris to take another route to the city. On his way his car collides with another car that belongs to a group of five friends. Chris and four of the friends Jessie Burlingame (Eliza Dushku), Carly (Emmanuelle Chriqui), her fiancee Scott (Jeremy Sisto) decide to go and look for help while Evan (Kevin Zegers) and Francine (Lindy Booth) decide to stay back and watch the cars. See the series of unfortunate events that follow in the Wrong Turn full movie.
The Wrong Turn DVD is not for the faint-hearted as the events that follow are full of blood and gore. On the way to find help Chris and the group find a cabin in the middle of the forest and on inspecting it they find human body parts strewn around. They all get stuck in the cabin when the cannibals who own the cabin return with a dead body. The group knows that their only way out is when the cannibals go off to sleep. Aare they able to escape the monsters or will they become their next meal? Find out what happens in the Wrong Turn movie DVD. This Wrong Turn movie DVD is will send shivers up your spine and is not suitable for children.
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Plot: A group of six innocent people get mixed up after one of the civilian's cars crash into the other car filled with the five other humans. Two of them stay behind while the other four go out to find help within the West Virginian woods. But the reason they crashed was because the car filled with the five humans had its tire popped by barb wire that some random person (or should I say three random cannibalistic mutant hillbillies) left there. Now the murderous rednecks are picking off the humans one by one! Who can stop them or can they be stopped!?
Review: All I can say that was bad about this film was that it felt very, very rushed and with its $10 million budget I believe it could've been so much more. The film wasn't bad but it wasn't great either but it was scary! This is one of the very first mutant killer people movies made in the 2000's and the appearance and the way the psychopaths act was genuinely frightening in a lot of ways and somewhat goofy in other parts! I was overall surprised at how violent this flick was especially since it was made in a time where
PG-13 was all the rage and R had tame violence/gore. This one went all out on the blood, terror, and scares and it barley ever held back on the deaths (which there was only eight of and about three were not that gory). All in all I had an awesome time watching it and I would recommend it to any good horror fan!
Acting: Eliza Dushku was brilliant and so was all the other actors... it felt real and they acted like any normal human being would act in this kind of situation! Desmond Harrington (Ghost Ship) acted calm and cool in some scenes that I thought were necessary and he did perfect on them!
Gore: A brutal barb wire strangling scene, a head chopped in half with an axe, multiple gory arrow shots, a severed ear, severed limbs and more! It was an all out gore-fest!
Bottom Line: The story/plot/theme has been done to death by now but it's nice to see at least a scary one once in a while and Wrong Turn delivers! Definitely worth a watch especially on a dark and stormy night... it'll start off happy and bright and turn dark and violent within like 20 minutes of the film!
Rated R for strong violence and gore, some language and drug use
Is it worth the Buy on a scale of 1-10: 7
For the Movie itself on a scale of 1-5: 4
But As far as "Wrong Turn", yeah, it's Texas Chainsaw Massacre Lite.. but it's a welcome addition in a sea of trash that never lives up to it's hype... and aside from the squel, advoid the others like the plague, they are rotten.. kind of the way Friday the 13th(1980)was a true classic and Part 2(1981) was okay..everything else - ugh..
But it’s a great horror film.
It came in the time it was supposed to and the packaging was great.