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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.
I'm beginning to see a pattern here... Since Director Declan O'brien appeared on the horizon (Part 3, 4 and 5) the Wrong Turn series took a drastic turn for the worse!
I've suffered through his atrocities long enough! I know he has absolutely no chance in hell of directing a decent film! Knowing the next film in my viewing que is Wrong Turn 5 which unfortunately is ALSO directed by this #@%$&! I am therefore refusing to watch it!
So there will be no review for Part 5 and I shall be returning the disc unwatched back to nitpix and I'm also taking Wrong Turn 6 out of my que even though it has new director.. I looked them up and they're no better than Declan O'Brien! So I officially wash my hands of All Wrong Turn films made after the first 2 films!
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…
This review reportedly contains 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.
Didn't expect anything other than a brainless gory horror, with a very loose storyline, and that is exactly what I got. Some nice special effects, a better than average cast for a horror sequel (though not exactly good still) and a hilarious death by snowmobile.
Wrong turn was always a bit over rated in my opinion, the 2nd one was great and the third was crap, so which way would the 4th one go? the gory as hell with a bit of sex route of course.
it all opens showing how the mutants escape from a mental home, it involves home surgery, someone's head getting fried and some one getting torn apart by barbed wire, there's more blood and carnage in the first 10 minutes than there was in the whole of the first film. then it skips forward a few years to a group of four couples and a survivor girl getting lost in the snow and seeking shelter in the spooky abandoned mental…
Part four in the saga is nicely shot, a good location and decent amounts of juicy gore. What it doesn't have is a good script with characters that you actually want to survive. It's entertaining enough and I was actually thinking of giving it three starts but then the last ten minutes happened with death by snowmobile and I started to hate it just a little. At least it's better than the god awful part three.
I would never wish this movie upon anyone. Good idea but POOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORLY executed.
I'm terrified to watch the next 2 movies. Please stop making Wrong Turn movies.
We get to learn the origins of the 3 killers from the series nobody likes except Joe. Pretty bloody and dumb.
Wasn't awful, dumb teens being dumb, some of it was a bit icky.
Precuela de la saga con las primeras fechorias de la familia. Bastante entretenida para ser ya un numero 4 de la serie y con el momentazo foundie humana como maxima locura. aun asi los demas fatalitys no se quedan cortos
Hmm, it's good for what it is.
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