On one last road trip before they're sent to serve in Vietnam, two brothers and their girlfriends get into an accident that calls their local sheriff to the scene. Thus begins a terrifying experience where the teens are taken to a secluded house of horrors, where a young, would-be killer is being nurtured.
A sudden and mysterious inheritance brings Danny and his friends to Hobb Springs, a forgotten resort deep in the West Virginia hills. Hobb Springs is being looked after under the watchful ... See full summary »
Robbery. Murder. Rape. All in a days work for a young psychopath. But his latest hostage isn't exactly an angel either. Blackmailing her neighbor to cure him of cheating on his wife turns ... See full summary »
Follows a group of friends that decide to go snowmobiling during their winter break. They make a "wrong turn", getting lost in a storm, and seek shelter in an abandoned sanatorium. They are completely isolated by the storm and are thankful they can get out of the elements. But the sanatorium has a troubled past, and some of its former patients still reside there and are not happy about the intrusion. In a deadly game of cat and mouse, the college kids must fight to survive the night. Written by
Sara (Tenika Davis) and Bridget (Kaitlyn Leeb) are two of three lesbians in the "Wrong Turn" series, the other is Amber (Daniella Alonso) from Wrong Turn 2. See more »
Toward the end of the movie. As a car drives by, the camera pans to Lauren's frozen, lifeless body sitting against a tree. Her eyes are clearly blinking. See more »
[Kenia has just walked in after Jenna finished having sex with Vincent and Sara with Bridget]
You guys are a bunch of slut monkeys!
Heard of knocking?
Porter has already left. Kyle and Claire are probably waiting for us on the mountain. My car leaves in five minutes whether you guys wanna be in it or not.
Why don't you just relax and jump under the covers for a bit?
I don't think Bridget would appreciate that very much.
I don't really mind.
I don't mind either.
Five minutes, ...
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A group of college students (hot, young babes with tightly fitting sweaters and studly men with Justin Bieber hairstyles) go for a snowmobile joyride but they end up making a 'wrong turn'. Freezing and unable to survive the elements for much longer, they're forced to seek shelter in an abandoned sanatorium, of all places, to wait out the blizzard. Oddly, no one seems to be all that creeped out about their surroundings; they're too busy boozing, smoking pot, and fondling each other. Their bliss doesn't last long though and, come morning, the group of pretties are stalked, tortured, and in the worst case scenario, eaten alive.
Did we really need a prequel for this franchise? Was it not plainly obvious about the origins of Saw Tooth, Three Finger, and One Eye? They're seriously deformed, inbred hillbillies who delight in maiming, murdering, and munching on people. What difference does it make that they were locked up in an institution except to play on an overused horror flick location?
Sadly, the ONE guy who could act was unceremoniously fed to the wolves. (The cannibal fondue was a bit much.) I've heard more voice inflection and genuine emotion from someone reading the ingredients off a cereal box. When you're getting paid to see just how many buckets of fake blood a person can handle getting dumped on him/her, I guess nothing else matters. Everything in Wrong Turn 4 went overboard and not in the exploitation-done-right way. Hopefully, this misrepresented prequel is the final insult in a series of increasingly hacked-up sequels.
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