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Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings
These hillbillies are going crazy.
Follows a group of friends that decide to go snowmobiling during their winter break. They make a "wrong turn", getting lost in a storm.
After the risible third film it is amazing the Wrong Turn franchise managed to stretch to a fourth installment (and now fifth!). Yet whilst this prequel is still terrible in almost every department it is an improvement over the previous movie. This fourth film shows the very brief origins of the cannibal mutants, Three-Finger, One-Eye and Saw-Tooth as they run amok in a mental asylum in 1974. Fast Forwarding to 2003 (just before the events of the first film), a new group of dumb sexed-up college students find themselves holed up in the abandoned hospital with the deranged hillbillies for company.
Once again written and directed by Declan O'Brien this is as frustratingly stupid as you’d expect from most fourth…
Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings managed to have less-goofy inbred West Virginia folk but at the same time managed to be incredibly boring and drawn out.
I just have to remind myself, Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines and then I am done with the series.
Part 4 of the franchise...So obviously it's set in space?
Sadly not. Rednecks on the moon would be awesome but here they have gone that other well worn old route...the prequel!
Well, I say prequel but the whole '1974' bit is over before the credits have even rolled, so we are back in familiar territory in the modern day following a gang of sexed up, drunken, pot smoking, annoying dicks et dickettes!
One thing to mildly differ from the norm, surprisingly rarely done by boob hungry horror makers, is we have a lesbian couple thrown in to up the pretty lady count.
So off our teens go into the snow...get lost and have to shelter in a perfectly clean, still…
After the third entry in the Wrong Turn franchise I thought the series was done for. It was an absolutely dreadful viewing experience. I want to watch them all to rank them for an upcoming list, but after that one I was dragging my feet to the next installment. The third one was directed by Declan O'Brien, as is the fourth and fifth entries and I figured, hey, he shit-stained the third movie, he's prolly shit all over the rest he directed.
Well, I'm happy to say that he has redeemed himself with this movie! The third one featured a dark woods that made for an uninteresting locale. They could've shot the same area of the woods for the whole…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
In an effort to squeeze a little extra mileage out of this well-worn franchise, some knob head decided to green light this fourth entry, with the caveat being that this is prequel that apparently tells the story of how the sibling sick fucks came to be so sick as fuck.
The trouble is, it doesn't really explain much at all. All it is really is an excuse to murder horny teenagers inside an abandoned mental hospital instead of in the woods.
It's the same as the others. They make the titular Wrong Turn and then get dismembered, beheaded and skinned alive in progressively gorier ways.
The story is secondary, and the action very predictable. However the gore is rather impressive and quite inventive occasionally, and it's this that receives the lion's share of my rating.
Bloody Beginnings? Bloody shit more like.
Unbelievably, a fifth film was green lit and released last year. Probably by the same knob head.
Prequel time! I'd thought the origin of the mutant cannibal Wrong Turn hillbilly clan was explained just fine in Wrong Turn 2, but they figured, let's make a whole movie out of it. And they largely sidestep the ol' toxic-waste thing and set this thing briefly during the hillbillies' ward-of-the-state childhood, and then for most of the movie, apparently a winter before (or after) the first movie.
A change of scenery might be just what this series needed, but maybe filming it in the vast flatland of Manitoba isn't a very convincing stand-in for West Virginia. (they don't call them "prairiebillies".) Largely a moot point though - most of this is set in a snowed-in, abandoned mental institution.
I'm dead serious, WT4 has possibly the best ending of any horror movie. It ended, at least three times, and it just gets better and better for each ending. Well, seeing as the movie is pretty shit, it doesn't take much to be better than the rest of the film, but damn, that ending is hilarious.
On continue la descente de qualité plus on avance dans la série alors que ce volet-ci tente de mettre du neuf en laissant de côté les bois, plaçant cette suite dans un hôpital délabrée avec l'ajout d'un climat hivernal isolant à l'extérieur.
L'ouverture fait grincer des dents en tentant d'établir trois des mutants spécifiquement lors de leur jeunesse (encore la tentative de création d'icônes précis). La série étant peu stricte de la mythologie des personnages, on laisse de côté la mort de certains et on préfère se lancer dans une ligne de temps un peu moche (les jeunots sont seulement trois et vivent dans l'hôpital la majeure partie de leur vie ? Ah bon...), mais laissons la chance au coureur…
A group of young people make a wrong turn and end up stranded at a
asylum where the three mutants of the original film are living.
Horrible prequel to the first three offers nothing really new, and simply parades the same lows as the last film, with poor characters and bad acting, no suspense, pitiful CGI effects, and since it is a prequel, a very predictable outcome.
Another piece of crap.
Lots of blood and gore. Plot: A group of college students gets lost in a storm during their snowmobiling trip and takes shelter in an abandoned sanitarium which, unbeknownst to them, is home to three deformed cannibals.
Film #9 of Hooptober 3.0: The Quickening
Following his work on the terrifically bad Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead, Declan O'Brien is back to try and reinvigorate the franchise by turning the fourth film into a prequel. Unfortunately, Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings is an equally unappealing film shot with competent-at-best technical merits and a lame script populated by characters for whom "paper-thin" would be an extreme complement. The most character development we get is whether the horny college students who serve as victims prefer sleeping with men or women and for characters so thin, there is way too much set-up time before getting to the Hillickers' murder spree.
Once O'Brien gets on with that portion of the movie…
Really pointless movie
This one has all the cliches
Sex crazed college students opening is pretty much a soft Porn. 1 star for Kaitlyn Wong she is way hot but don't all these films have em
One by one they all face different deaths
Good make up seems a waste for this terrible film
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blood shed only..nothing new.
Henry Rollins was not in this. Boo!
The actor who played Blake in QaF was in this. Ah, he looked far too old to be cavorting around with the college-aged douches in this movie. Does anyone care about the origins of these inbred hillbillies? I didn't realize they were all the same characters from movie to movie. I thought West Virginia was being portrayed as having an uncanny amount of inbred cannibals.
I did appreciate the shoutout to Jack London in one of the scenes, even though I imagine it was entirely accidental.