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Wrong Turn 2: Dead End -- Stuck in a remote area of West Virginia to film "The Ultimate Survivalist", six reality show contestants find themselves fighting for their lives when a cannibalistic mutant family emerges from the wilderness.
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9 October 2007 (USA) See more »
In the Forest, Only They Can Hear You Scream. See more »
A group of reality show contestants find themselves fighting for their survival against a family of hideously deformed inbred cannibals who plan to ruthlessly butcher them all. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Directed by
Joe Lynch 
Writing credits
Turi Meyer (written by) &
Al Septien (written by)

Alan B. McElroy (characters) (as Alan McElroy)

Produced by
Erik Feig .... executive producer
Jeff Freilich .... producer
Robert Kulzer .... executive producer
Original Music by
Bear McCreary 
Cinematography by
Robin Loewen (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Ed Marx 
Casting by
Nancy Nayor  (as Nancy Nayor Battino)
Kelly Wagner  (as Kelly Martin Wagner)
Production Design by
Brentan Harron 
Art Direction by
Kirsten Franson 
Set Decoration by
George Neuman 
Costume Design by
Hisami Yamamoto 
Makeup Department
Angelina P. Cameron .... key hair stylist (as Angelina Cameron)
Stan Edmonds .... makeup designer
Vanessa Giles .... first assistant makeup artist
Brad Hardin .... makeup effects technician: Optic Nerve Studios
Bruce Houston .... makeup effects lab key: WCT Productions MCT Ltd.
Keith Lau .... special makeup effects artist
Shauna Magrath .... makeup effects key artist: WCT Productions MCT Ltd.
Sharon Mosley .... first assistant hair stylist (as Sharon Moseley)
Julio Pallares .... makeup effects production assistant: WCT Productions MCT Ltd.
Christopher Mark Pinhey .... makeup effects key artist: WCT Productions MCT Ltd. (as Christopher Pinhey)
Vicki Syskakis .... makeup effects artist
Bill Terezakis .... special makeup effects designer
Maureen Terezakis .... makeup effects supervisor: WCT Productions MCT Ltd.
Monique Venier .... special makeup effects artist
Margaret Yaworski .... makeup effects key artist: WCT Productions MCT Ltd.
Vince Yoshida .... special makeup effects artist
Elisabeth Jolliffe .... special makeup effects technician (uncredited)
J.P. Mass .... special makeup effects technician (uncredited)
Lancel Reyes .... makeup effects technician (uncredited)
Production Management
David Dewar .... post-production supervisor
Craig Forrest .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Heimbecker .... third assistant director
Janine Law .... second assistant director
Ken Shane .... first assistant director
Art Department
Perry Battista .... lead dresser
Tim Dagley .... on-set dresser
Tracy B. Dunlop .... set dresser (as Tracy Dunlop)
Allan Frisk .... construction foreman
Tyler Bishop Harron .... assistant art director (as Tyler Harron)
Noella McClelland .... construction first aid
Noella McClelland .... lead labourer
Dean McQuillen .... construction coordinator
Tasha Lee Moth .... on-set props (as Tasha Moth)
Tasha Lee Moth .... props buyer (as Tasha Moth)
Richard Reed .... lead carpenter
Ty Rees .... on-set greens
Ocea Ringrose .... set dresser
Christopher Rosamond .... set dresser (as Chris Rosamund)
Kara Schwandt .... assistant set decorator
David Sinclair .... property master
Christian Snelgrove .... lead carpenter
James Spoor .... paint foreman
Gregory R. Sugg .... assistant property master (as Gregory Sugg)
James Summers .... head greensman
Ron Vreekem .... paint coordinator (as Ron Vreeken)
Ling Yang .... storyboard artist
Ken Perkins .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
Ken Biehl .... backgrounds editor
William Butler .... production sound mixer
Stephen Cheung .... dialogue editor
Ian Emberton .... sound re-recording mixer
Ian Emberton .... supervising sound editor
Craig George .... adr walla editor
Don Harrison .... foley artist
Chris Higgins .... sound assistant (as Christopher Higgins)
Larry Hopkins .... layback sound mixer
Ian Mackie .... foley artist
Charles O'Shea .... boom operator
Rick Senechal .... foley engineer
Greg Stewart .... sound re-recording mixer
Clive Turner .... sound effects editor
Andy Welker .... adr mixer
Wayne Williams .... sound assistant
Nicola Williamson .... sound coordinator
Christopher Cleator .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Ian Emberton .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Bob Comer .... special effects coordinator
Barry Hebein .... special effects technician
Dan Keeler .... first assistant effects coordinator
Curt Storms .... special effects technician
Harry Tomsic .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Simon Ager .... digital compositing artist
Olivia Barratier .... visual effects artist
Eric Bates .... animator
Landon Bootsma .... digital compositor: Technicolor
Pauline Burns .... visual effects coordinator
Josh Cole .... compositor
Keegan Douglas .... lead compositor (as Keegen Douglas)
Andrew Karr .... visual effects supervisor
Kirsten Meekison .... visual effects coordinator
Rachelle Paquin .... digital compositor (as Rachelle Bisson-Montpetit)
Tammy Sutton .... additional visual effects
Dan Walker .... additional visual effects (as [Spooky] Dan Walker)
Laura Lee Connery .... stunts
Marny Eng .... stunts
Caroline Field .... stunts (as Carolyn Field)
Rikki Gagne .... stunts (as Rikki Gagné)
Jon Kralt .... stunts
Paul Lazenby .... stunt rigger
Paul Lazenby .... stunts
Paul Lazenby .... wire technician
Brian Lydiatt .... stunts
Darryl Quon .... stunts
Dan Rizzuto .... stunt double: henry rollins
Jacob Rupp .... stunt coordinator
Larissa Stadnichuk .... stunts
Hugo Steele .... stunt performer: texas battle
Hugo Steele .... stunts
Angela Uyeda .... stunts
John Wardlow .... stunts (as V. John Wardlow)
Camera and Electrical Department
Satu Bell .... still photographer
J.B. Bivens .... dolly grip: "a" camera (as JB Bivens)
Geoff Brown .... dolly grip: "b" camera
Scott Cozens .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Bradley S. Creasser .... camera operator: "a" camera (as Brad Creasser)
Jesse Deacon .... best boy electric
Herb DeWaal .... rigging grip (as Herb Dewaal)
Matteo Di Iorio .... camera trainee (as Matt Diiorio)
Sean Elliott .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Sean Elliot)
Don Gillie .... generator operator
Rob Graham .... video playback
Junichi Hosoi .... Steadicam operator
Junichi Hosoi .... camera operator: "b" camera
Christina Kasperczyk .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Steve McGuire .... rigging grip
Darren McLean .... gaffer (as Darren Mclean)
Brian Smith .... key grip
Rory Soderman .... lamp operator
Tony Thorpe .... grip
Gordon VanHumbeck .... best boy grip (as Gordon Vanhumbeck)
Mark Wagner .... lamp operator
Trevor Wiens .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Ed Willems .... lead man set up
Keith Woods .... rigging gaffer (as Keith S. Woods)
Casting Department
Corinne Clark .... casting: Canada
Celeste Leger .... casting associate
Jennifer Page .... casting: Canada
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Catherine Church .... assistant costume designer
Catherine Church .... set supervisor
Sanchia Wong .... truck costumer
Editorial Department
Lionel Barton .... colorist
Cheryl Buckman .... assistant editor: Canada
Ricco Colinares .... project coordinator
Anne Hoerber .... on-line editor
Katie McFadden .... head of post operations (as katie Mcfadden)
Philip Pucci .... assistant editor: U.S.
Fred W. Richters .... on-line editor (as Fred Richters)
Music Department
John Avila .... musician: bass
Steve Bartek .... musician: guitars
Robert Leslie Bennett .... composer: additional music (as Robert L. Bennett Jr.)
M.B. Gordy .... musician: Percussion
Steve Kaplan .... score mixer
Steve Kaplan .... score recordist
Doug Lacy .... musician: accordion
Brendan McCreary .... scoring assistant
Katrina Schiller .... music editor (as Katrina Shiller)
Katrina Schiller .... score recordist (as Katrina Shiller)
Jonathan Snipes .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Dave Greenbaum .... production driver
Rick Harasyn .... transportation co-captain
Paul Irvine .... driver
Allan Morgan .... transportation coordinator (as Al Morgan)
Jim Nelson .... transportation captain
Other crew
Darlyl Adam .... location production assistant (as Daryl Adams)
Gillian Andrew .... production accountant
Mike Atwater .... production assistant
Olivia Barratier .... main titles
Ildiko Barritt .... craft service
Ildiko Barritt .... first aid
Nick Bergstedt .... location scout
Dan Carr .... location manager
Kennedy Davey .... office production assistant
Melyssa Rose Davies .... second assistant production coordinator (as Melyssa Rose)
Kathy Davis .... assistant accountant
Lesley Diana .... publicist: Canada
Marion Dobson .... assistant chef: First Take Catering (as Maron Dobson)
Patrick Dunn .... production intern
Brooke Ensign .... publicist: US
Mollie Freilich .... assistant: Mr. Freilich & Mr. Lynch
Asha Gill .... assistant: director & producer
Terry Kimchuk .... location production assistant
Craig J. Lane .... assistant production coordinator
Oliver Lee .... production assistant: assistant director
Michele MacInnes .... production coordinator (as Michele Macinnes)
Shelley Matheson .... post-production accountant
Colin L. McCarthy .... assistant location manager (as Colin McCarthy)
Jen Oberem .... script supervisor
Scott Outhwhaite .... location production assistant (as Scotty Outhwaite)
Douglas Pongraz .... location production assistant (as Douglas Pongracz)
Rhonda Simpson .... craft service
Rhonda Simpson .... first aid
Marianne Sorensen .... payroll
Cam Staples .... location production assistant (as Cameron Staples)
Soren Tanbour .... chef: First Take Catering (as Soren Tambour)
Randy Thomas .... office production assistant
Eric W. Thompson .... production lawyer
Dominik Walaszczyk .... production assistant: assistant director (as Dominik Walaszczwk)

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Rated R for strong horror violence and gore, language and some sexual content
93 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:18 | Australia:R18+ | Australia:MA15+ (Cable TV rating) | Brazil:18 | Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia) | Canada:R (Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:16+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-18 (self applied) | France:-16 | Germany:Not Rated (Uncut) | Germany:18 (cut) | Hong Kong:III | Ireland:18 | Japan:R-18 | Mexico:C | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:R16 | Norway:18 | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:R21 | UK:18 | USA:R | USA:TV-14

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Wayne Robson is the only cast member to return from the first movie.See more »
Revealing mistakes: In the scene where two people are shot with one arrow, the arrow is obviously fake, as the tail feather portion does not line up with the middle portion.See more »
[first lines]
Kimberly's Agent:Hello.
Kimberly:It's Kim here, and I'm hating you.
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Movie Connections:
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59 out of 105 people found the following review useful.
Probably the most entertaining Horror Sequel I've ever seen, 14 October 2007
Author: IAmNo4 from California

Wrong Turn 2: Dead End, the obvious sequel to the Terrific 70s Style Horror film Wrong Turn which starred the beautiful Eliza Dushku and Desmond Harrington (and which I surprisingly really dug and loved), was probably my most anticipated film ever for more than 2 years due to many different reasons, hence I was really looking forward to it and couldn't wait to see it. However, it was taking FOX forever to properly release it, so I waited really long for it to finally come out on October 09th, and well, having finally seen the film, all I can say is - WOW, was the wait worth it!, since the film completely exceeded all my expectations, and turned out to be one of the best Horror Sequels I've seen since Aliens and Evil Dead II. The film revolves around a group of 6 reality show contestants (we have the heroine, the black guy, the army chick, the funny guy, the nice girl, the slut, and the 7th contestant who is very brutally eliminated in the amazing and brutal opening scene of the film), their producer, and the host, who start getting killed off one-by-one while participating in the low-budget reality show by a group of sick, horny, and hideously deformed inbred hillbilly cannibals who plan on making them all their dinner. However, unluckily for the hillbillies, the remaining contestants and the host start fighting back for their survival, unaware that the hillbillies have different plans for them and their body parts.

Hvaing watched the film, I have to say that without a doubt one of the biggest highlights of the film is the gorgeous and talented Erica Leerhsen (whom you may recognize from the underrated Blair Witch 2 and the terrific Texas Chainsaw Massacre Remake) who is simply terrific in the movie, and fortunately plays the most interesting and likable character with a saddening back story, and is great to see that she has actually has a decent-sized role as I always thought she was heavily underrated.

Henry Rollins steals the show as well and kicks some serious ass in the movie, and let's face it -there's nobody else who would do it better than Rollins; the man is simply a genius and should get more roles like this. Worth mentioning are other talented cast members, including Texas Battle, Aleksa Palladino, Daniella Alonso (who actually has much more to work with than in The Hills Have Eyes II), Steve Braun, Crystal Lowe, and Matthew Currie Holmes, and I have to say that Kimberly Caldwell is also great in her debut role, and delivers a fine performance in the brutal opening scene of the film.

Despite that all characters are pretty stereotypical, you actually care for them (which is very rare in Horror movies as most characters in Slasher films are one-dimensional), and I have to admit it is pretty hard to predict who is going to survive or die, thanks to the writers, Turi Meyer and Al Saptien, who have made a surprisingly effective script. There are a few plot holes and cheesy lines here and there, sure, but who cares?

The direction is amazing as well. Joe Lynch does an outstanding job as the director, and with his many homages to other movies (including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Evil Dead II, Aliens, Rambo, The Blair Witch Project; mostly 80s Splatter flicks), and brutal death scenes (hint: opening scene), he is definitely one of the reasons why the sequel turned out so great.

And how does Wrong Turn 2 do in comparison with the original? Well, damn great if I may say. Seeing as the original is very serious, eerie, and scary, the sequel tries to be quite the opposite - just a simple, hardcore, highly entertaining, no-brain, and brutal Splatter flick which doesn't take itself seriously, and luckily, it succeeds. It's very different from the first one, and quality-wise - I love them both equally as they're entirely different, but equally amazing. Also, don't let the fact that this is a direct-to-video film put you away, as it's definitely the best straight-to-video movie I've ever seen, and just proves that sometimes even a little, direct-to-video sequel can live up to its proceeder, and even stand on its own.

So in all - is Wrong Turn 2 completely flawless? No, not really. Is it a perfect film? Nope. But is it a Highly Entertaining, Fast-paced, Memorable, Gory and Amazing Horror Sequel which blows away most 2007 Horror flicks? Damn straight it is. Honestly, I really don't understand why FOX sent this direct-to-video, and The Hills Have Eyes II in theaters as Wrong Turn 2 is tons better and a much more enjoyable flick.

In short, Wrong Turn 2 is hands down the most entertaining and goriest Horror Sequel I've ever seen. It's not flawless or perfect, but I still love it, so if you really are looking for a worthy sequel with amazing acting, great direction, brutal and inventive deaths, likable characters, and lots more, Wrong Turn 2 is definitely then the right turn, and an amazing Horror flick you should surely check out! Highly recommended.


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