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Director:
Writers:
Connor James Delaney (written by)
Alan B. McElroy (characters)
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Release Date:
20 October 2009 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
What You Don't See Will Kill You See more »
Plot:
When the transfer bus crashes somewhere in West Virginia forest, a group of convicts and a corrections officer meet a rafter while on the run from cannibalistic hillbilly freaks. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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1 nomination See more »
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(119 articles)
User Reviews:
Nothing more than a cheap SyFy channel 'sequel'. See more (74 total) »

Cast

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Tom Frederic ... Nate

Janet Montgomery ... Alex

Gil Kolirin ... Floyd
Christian Contreras ... Willy

Jake Curran ... Crawford

Tom McKay ... Brandon

Charles Venn ... Walter (as Chucky Venn)

Tamer Hassan ... Chavez

Jack Gordon ... Trey
Louise Cliffe ... Sophie
Charley Speed ... Brent
Borislav Petrov ... Three Toes

Borislav Iliev ... Three Finger
Mike Straub ... Preslow
Bill Moody ... Sheriff Carver

Emma Clifford ... Deputy Ally Lane
Mac McDonald ... Warden Ladew

Todd Jensen ... U.S. Marshal
Vlado Mihailov ... U.S. Marshal Davis (as Vlado Mihaylov)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tzvetislav Samardjiev ... Policeman in Changing Room (uncredited)
Petko Zhivkov ... Prisoner (uncredited)
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Directed by
Declan O'Brien 
 
Writing credits
Connor James Delaney (written by)

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

Produced by
Jeffery Beach .... producer
John Cappilla .... line producer
Erik Feig .... executive producer
Robert Kulzer .... executive producer
Phillip J. Roth .... producer (as Phillip Roth)
 
Original Music by
Claude Foisy 
 
Cinematography by
Lorenzo Senatore (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Raúl Dávalos 
 
Casting by
Gillian Hawser 
 
Production Design by
Bobby Michaels  (as Bobi Michailovski)
 
Art Direction by
Asen Bozilov  (as Asen Bojilov)
 
Set Decoration by
Ognyan Alexsandrov  (as Ognian Alexandrov)
 
Costume Design by
Maria Mladenoza  (as Maria Mladenova)
 
Makeup Department
Anna Andreeva .... key makeup artist
Lubomir Nikolov .... assistant special makeup effects artist
Yana Stoyanova .... makeup and special effects makeup department head
 
Production Management
Jack Schuster .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Todor Chapkanov .... second unit director
Joel Morales .... first assistant director
Natasha Roth .... second second assistant director
Geraldine Schubert .... third assistant director
Petur Shipkov .... assistant director
Mariana Vodenicharova .... second assistant director (as Mimi Vodenicharova)
 
Art Department
Ognyan Alexsandrov .... carpenter (as Ognyan Aleksandrov)
Boris Atov .... carpenter
Valentin Bogdanov .... laborer
Zornica Dieva .... draftsman
Stanimir Djankov .... swing
Darin Donkov .... swing
Igor Eletski .... carpenter (as Igor Eletskiy)
Aneta Filipova .... assistant designer
Ana Hristova .... swing
Marin Ivanov .... laborer
Stanimir Karadraganov .... swing
Mihela Kondeva .... swing (as Mihaela Kondeva)
Kiril Kovachev .... carpenter
Krasimir Krasimirov .... laborer
Metodi Krastev .... swing
Svilen Kratunkov .... swing
Georgi Kunchev .... laborer
Ognyan Minchev .... laborer
Rumen Minev .... carpenter
Dimitar Nalbatanov .... construction coordinator (as Dimitur Nalbatanov)
Lubomir Nedkov .... laborer
Boyan Penchev .... swing
Georgi Petkov .... swing
Petko Petkov .... swing
Rumen Radev .... swing
Peter Rakovski .... property master
Alexander Sharapov .... laborer
Dora Somova .... stand-by props
Vladimir Vladimirov .... carpenter
 
Sound Department
Boris Atanasov .... boom operator (as Bobi Atanasov)
Steven Avila .... sound designer
Trip Brock .... supervising sound editor
Rob Embry .... studio manager
Emil Evtimov .... production sound mixer
Ginger Geary .... foley artist
Nick Kray .... adr mixer
Peter D. Lago .... supervising sound effects editor (as Peter Lago)
Maggie Malyn .... sound coordinator
Tom Marks .... sound re-recording mixer
Greg Mauer .... foley mixer
Alexander Pugh .... sound effects editor
Steven Utt .... sound editor
Kelly Vandever .... sound re-recording mixer
Brian S.M. Wroth .... dialogue editor
 
Special Effects by
Jovko Dogandjiski .... special effects assistant
Nikolay Fartunkov .... special effects technician
Svetozar Karatanchev .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Jessica Amzoll .... roto artist: Mechnology
Grits Carter .... system engineer
Charles Collyer .... digital compositor: Mechnology
Robert Dias .... visual effects editor: Mechnology
Luke Guidici .... visual effects editor
Erica Jean .... visual effects editor: Mechnology
Stephen Lebed .... compositor: Mechnology
David Fred Masselink .... digital compositor: Mechnology
Robert Scopinich .... visual effects art supervisor: Mechnology
Casey Yahnke .... compositor: Mechnology
Derek Zavada .... visual effects producer: Mechnology
 
Stunts
Ivailo Dimitrov .... stunt performer
Radoslav Ignatov .... stunt double
Borislav Iliev .... stunt actor
Kalin Kerin .... stunt double
Stilyan Mavrov .... stunts
Elitsa Razheva .... stunt double
Stanimir Stamatov .... stunt double
Georgi Stanislavov .... stunts
Vencislav Stojanov .... stunts
Teodor Tsolov .... stunts
Kaloian Vodenicharov .... stunt coordinator (as Kaloyan Vodenicharov)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Alexandra Bachvarova .... still photographer (as Alexandra Buchvarova)
Boyan Begov .... epk
Dimitar Dimitrov .... best boy grip (as Dimitur Dimitrov)
Emil Dimitrov .... loader
Sasho Dimitrov .... grip
Liudmil Donchev .... second assistant camera
Yulian Filipov .... grip (as Julian Filipov)
Vasil Galabov .... key grip (as Vasil Gulubv)
Stefan Gekov .... cgi video assist
Hristo Hristov .... grip
Tsvetan Kostov .... grip
Kiril Kurtov .... grip
Ivo Peitchev .... camera operator: "a" camera (as Ivo Peichev)
Dimitar Petrov .... electrician (as Dimitur Petkov)
Konstantin Popov .... gaffer
Lorenzo Senatore .... camera operator: "b" camera
Lorenzo Senatore .... steadicam operator
Emil Spasov .... electrician
Miroslav Stoilov .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Dimiter Tsvetkov .... best boy electric (as Dimitur Cvetkov)
Pavel Vladimirov .... grip
Danail Voutchkov .... grip
Dimitar Vuchkov .... grip (as Dimitur Vuchkov)
Mihail Yanakiev .... second assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Joe Cappelletti .... adr voice casting
Ivo Simeonov .... extras casting
Jonas Talkington .... casting: Europe
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marieta Duncheva .... wardrobe assistant
Nikolai Kirilov .... wardrobe assistant
Irena Maximova Kirkova .... wardrobe supervisor (as Irena Maximova)
 
Editorial Department
Albert Coleman .... assistant editor
Robert Días .... assistant editor
Luke Guidici .... on-line editor
Travers Morgan .... post-production
Michael Volland .... colorist
 
Music Department
Scott Cochran .... scoring mixer
Hanna Lim .... composer: additional music
 
Transportation Department
Trayan Anachkov .... driver
Blagoi Blagoev .... driver
Lubomir Evtimov .... transportation coordinator (as Lyubo Evtimov)
Milen Filipov .... driver
Andrei Georgiev .... driver
Nikolai Georgiev .... driver
Iliya Iliev .... driver
Georgi Rakovski .... driver
Lubomir Shishkov .... driver
Nikolai Shishkov .... transportation
Ivailo Shopski .... driver
 
Other crew
Atanas Apostolov .... armourer on set
Ivan Borisov .... craft service assistant
Jacqueline Buda .... assistant production coordinator: U.S.
Joe Cappelletti .... adr voice director
Mario Georgiev .... production accountant: Europe
Tzvetelina Hadjieva .... set medic (as Tsvetelina Hadzieva)
Cherise Honey .... production coordinator: U.S.
Bogdan Hristov .... production assistant
Ivan Ivanov .... craft service
Borislava Ivanova .... craft service
Kristina Kambitova .... production accountant
Milena Karova .... production coordinator: Europe
Stoyan Lazarov .... bird trainer
Borislava Mankova .... set medic: second unit (as Borislava Mankovska)
Svetla Mladenova .... cleaning
Mariana Popova .... script supervisor
Natasha Roth .... production assistant
Dimitar Shopov .... dog trainer (as Dimitur Shopov)
Ivo Simeonov .... location manager
Valeria Stefanova .... assistant: Mr. Beach and Mr. Roth
Eric W. Thompson .... production lawyer
Aileen Trombatore .... production accountant: U.S.
Ivanka Tsvetkova .... craft service assistant
Yanko Ushatov .... payroll accountant
Ina Vaseva .... assistant production coordinator: Europe
Stefania Velichkova .... assistant: Mr. O'Brien
Jonathan Wolf .... production accountant
 

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Runtime:
92 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Eliza Dushku was once rumored to reprise her role from the first Wrong Turn (2003/I), after admitting in an interview that she'd love to return to the series.See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: The film is supposed to be set in West Virginia but the road center stripe is white. The USA hasn't used white center striping since the mid 70s, after the rules changed in 1972. Most of the legacy striping was changed between 1972 and 1975, and even the most remote roads were done by the late 1980s.See more »
Movie Connections:
References The Star Chamber (1983)See more »
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FAQ

Will any of the characters from the first two movies return?
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41 out of 61 people found the following review useful.
Nothing more than a cheap SyFy channel 'sequel'., 17 October 2009
Author: slasherguyy

As a fan of the first two 'Wrong Turn' films, especially the first, 'Wrong Turn 3' is absolutely terrible and one of the worst sequels of the year. This film should have never have been a part of the series, as it feels nothing like a 'Wrong Turn' film. Well, apart from the presence of Three-Finger - but then again, he's barely in the film.

The script is awful and the whole prisoners aspect just didn't work for this film. All of the prisoners were unlikeable and stereotypical, with very little development. The lead girl was not lead girl material, and was either screaming, crying or standing in the background doing nothing. The dialog, especially in the opening scene, is so god-awful I wanted to hit mute. The acting ranges from horrific to bearable, with no memorable performances. Most of the actors are Brits playing Americans, and most of them keep slipping in and out of their accents.

There are no memorable horror sequences and absolutely no tension. Every character either steps into a trap, gets killed off-screen or is CGI'd with incredibly fake blood splatter. The film reeks of 'SyFy channel', which isn't surprising considering the director, Declan O'Brien, has an entire resume of SyFy productions and the same production services were used. Whether it's the cheesy 'TV movie' soundtrack playing constantly or the horrific CGI and green screen backdrops, it's really horrible to look at and makes 'WT2' look a blockbuster.

Where did it all go wrong? Wrong Turn 2 is one of the most well-received horror films of 2007 and one of the best DTV horror entries available. It received tons of praise from horror critics and fans, and I loved it. You'd think the series could only get better, but instead they give us this piece of sh-t? I know the trailer looked lame as hell, but I still wasn't expecting a terrible film.

The only worthy aspect of the film is the presence of Three-Finger and the fact the movie takes place on night, which was the main weak point of WT2. Everything else is a very low-budget SyFy channel flick merely posing as a sequel to what was once a great series. Prepare to be disappointed if you are a fan of the series.

2/10.

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