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A small West Virginia town is hosting the legendary Mountain Man Festival on Halloween, where throngs of costumed party goers gather for a wild night of music and mischief. But an inbred family of hillbilly cannibals kill the fun when they trick and treat themselves to a group of visiting college students. Written by
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The latest entry in the Wrong Turn franchise, a morally inept and reprehensible piece of trash that does nothing more than add an extra nail to the coffin of what is the horror genre, if you can even call this a horror movie.
But, I can't blame those involved entirely. I knew what to expect. After being subjected to the fourth film, and drawing the same conclusions basically, when I saw Declan O'Brien was helming this installment, I rolled my eyes in aggravation, as I knew this would turn out no better than the last installment.
There is no need for this movie to exist. There is no point in this movie's being. It serves no purpose, has no moral, other than being a quick and easy meal ticket for those involved in its conception. It's lazy, it's cheap, it's a mean-spirited and sadistic piece of trash. And courtesy of IMDb's censorship rules, I almost feel like I'm complimenting the movie by that statement. I feel even referring to it as a movie is insulting. This wasn't a movie. This wasn't entertainment. This was a snuff flick. It doesn't care whether you like it or not. This is arguably the lowest both the franchise and the horror genre have ever gotten, and do you know what really leaves a sour taste in my mouth? This isn't the last we'll see of it. As of now, we're upon the release of the third installment of the Joy Ride series (or Road Kill as it's known internationally), the latest installment being helmed by none other than Declan O'Brien. So I have this to say: thank you, Mr. O'Brien. Because I now realise that if you can make it in this business, then anybody can. You could make the most mind-numbingly dumb, sadistic, contemptible, no-talent-required piece of crap on the planet, and still continue to get hired for work. So thank you for giving me hope. And thank you for burying this franchise with your piece of s*it, god-awful installments. I at least have some hope, because no matter how bad the upcoming Wrong Turn 6 may be, they can't do any worse than you already have.
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