Friends hiking the Appalachian Trail are confronted by 'The Foundation', a community of people who have lived in the mountains for hundreds of years.


Mike P. Nelson


Alan B. McElroy (as Alan McElroy)
194 ( 58)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Charlotte Vega ... Jen
Adain Bradley ... Darius
Bill Sage ... Venable
Emma Dumont ... Milla
Dylan McTee ... Adam
Daisy Head ... Edith
Matthew Modine ... Scott
Vardaan Arora ... Gary
Adrian Favela ... Luis
Tim DeZarn ... Nate Roades (as Tim deZarn)
Rhyan Elizabeth Hanavan ... Ruthie (as Rhyan Hanavan)
Chaney Morrow ... Hobbs
Cory Scott Allen ... Ed
Amy Warner ... Aileen
Richard Hagerman Richard Hagerman ... Chief Abernathy


Friends hiking the Appalachian Trail are confronted by 'The Foundation', a community of people who have lived in the mountains for hundreds of years.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


This land is their land


Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong bloody violence, grisly images and pervasive language | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


In Australia it has been advertised as Wrong Turn: The Foundation. See more »


In the opening scene, Scott is listening to the radio and the call letters are KIOU. All call letters east of the Mississippi start with W. See more »


Aileen: They said they would be the foundation on which a new nation would be built.
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Crazy Credits

There are no opening credits at all. The title does not even appear on-screen until the end of the film, and the action of the film continues during the closing credits. See more »


Remake of Wrong Turn (2003) See more »


Black Cadillac
Written and Performed by Joyce Green
Courtesy of Cleopatra Records Inc.
By arrangement with The Orchard
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A Structural Mess of a Movie
7 March 2021 | by Golden_HopeSee all my reviews

This movie wasn't awful, to me at least. People seem upset about it because it is being marketed as a remake of the original movie. I have never seen the original so I can't compare however I do know that it is extremely different.

I actually think that would have solved a big chunk of the complaints if they had just called it a different name. Not wrong turn. It seems distinct enough for it to be its own thing.

For me, I appreciated the "twist" because it was refreshing. The way they handled it however was the issue. This movie was being pulled six ways from Sunday in every direction. It's is an absolute mess.

It tires to Villainise it's protagonists while making it's villains look good but then chickens out and just scraps it all for a boring story. It has really interesting ideas in here that it just puts out to die. I actually think that the big reveal in the middle of the fun should have been the end. It would have been a real guy punch and really shocking.

Speaking of endings, Jesus Christ this film has about 5. Mid way though the first act seems like a climax and I was like "no this can't be the end yet it's just started", then again the second act seems like a climax but where was still so much time left. Then you get to the real climax in the third act and it ends...oh no wait it doesn't it goes on again. So then it has this other ending tacked on but no wait that wasn't the real ending either so it carries on again then it finally has its ending and the title card appears....then it still goes on and had another final scene Immediately after the title card shows. That is just insane to me. It was just so structurally bizarre.

Even the beginning is strange and feels out of place and should be moved to else where in the movie.

This issue also reflects in the run time, this movie is too long for this sort of story. I think they just didn't want to cut things. There is so much that could have just been left on the floor but they wanted it all in, that's why it has 100 endings because I think they thought they were all too good to throw out.

You could maybe watch it but don't expect it to be like the others in the series.

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Release Date:

26 January 2021 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Wrong Turn: The Foundation See more »

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Cincinnati, Ohio, USA See more »


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$107,897, 31 January 2021

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