So when they discover that the road was booby trapped by someone, four of the six, go looking for help, while the remaining red shirts, I am sorry, I mean teenagers, stay with the cars to both die violently. It's all in the execution folks, quite literally. Dushku loves to play debutantes with edge and her character here has a lot of it. From start to finish the grisly suspense and horror action is nonstop. During the fight, Dale manages to shoot Three Finger in the chest with a shotgun and as the result, he was presumed dead, but he survives. There's very little in the way of suspense, namely because it's so obvious who's going to live and who's going to die and in what order. Keen to avoid this, Chris takes a dirt road along Bear Mountain hoping to cut back onto the freeway some miles ahead of the jam.
He went back and followed a blueprint once used by classic seventies horror. Shot and directed with an atmospheric color pallet, a fair amount of tension, some grisly kills and lots of quick, nervous cuts without turning into confusion , Wrong Turn succeeds where most other wannabe horrors that fall into the same sub-genre fail. Do not expect a unique storyline, or an intriguing plot, as you will not find it. Living in the woods around the crash is a family of cannibalistic mountain men who are overtly grotesque from generations of incest. But yet I do find it smarter than some of the other horror crap hitting the streets these days - much more so than a great many other films I have seen recently.
I enjoyed it tremendously, and would recommend this movie to anyone who is a horror film fan!! The movie isn't apt for boys, neither squeamish. Not alone this, but I feel that it is safe to proclaim, as i'm sure have and will many others, that the atmosphere is one of well created nail biting tension, which lasts throughout the duration of the film. Here, Wrong Turn doesn't stop at look, and tries to go the extra mile. I have always been a big fan of Eliza Dushku and the other two girls, Emmanuelle Chriqui and Lindy Booth, were no slouches themselves. Unbeknownst to them, they are being stalked by an unspeakable horror. However, the cannibals awaken and proceed chasing them through the forest. In this respect, I would have to admit that Wrong Turn doesn't have the makings of changing the world of movies as we know it, but it does however, have the capacity to push you to the edge of your seat.
I really liked some of the early editing of this film by director Rob Schmidt, who allows the scares and shocks to come with brilliant accuracy. I have always liked Lindy Booth but she has nothing to play with here and the same is goes for Jeremy Sisto. Complete 1 To 6 Collection. There hasn't been a film this gory, grotesque and chilling in a very long time. I definitely belong to the first group for a couple of reasons, and even though I do realize Wrong Turn is not the best film ever, I love every second of it for one simple reason - it's a simple, highly enjoyable and scary no-brain throwback to 70s Horror movies, so if you're just looking for a fun and gory Horror film, Wrong Turn is then definitely a right turn, and an amazing film you should definitely not miss! A chemical spill and crash on the freeway means 2 hours of waiting in traffic and being late. Due to a lack of attention, he crashes another car parked in the middle of the road with flat tires. My advice is, if you're a horror fan, its well worth the watch! They find a weird cabin in the middle of nowhere, where three violent cannibalistic mountain men with the appearance of monsters live.
¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ Wrong Turn 1 Unrated 2003. Unbeknownst to them, they are being stalked by an unspeakable horror. After the cannibals fall asleep after a long meal, the group attempts to escape. Three Finger finds Three Toes' severed head, which makes him furious. The two couples try to escape from the mountain men while chased by them. The story focuses on a group of nine teenagers who take a wrong turn while riding their snowmobiles looking for their cabin.
He creates a shrine and leaves the head on display in his cabin. I have always liked Lindy Booth but she has nothing to play with here and the same is goes for Jeremy Sisto. Similar to how Eli Roth evoked atmosphere and setting to tell his story in Cabin Fever. It is just a horror movie, with the distinct and generally successful aim of scaring and entertaining. Obviously I know the answer, but it's an inconsistency in Wrong Turn that I didn't appreciate.
He looks at a map and notices a small road leading through the state that will take him right to where he wants to go. So why did they or better yet, why does the script treat Eliza differently? Finn takes a back country road to avoid a traffic jam and ends up involved in a car accident with three debutantes Eliza Dushku, Lindy Booth and Emmanuelle Chriqui and their boyfriends Jeremy Sisto and Kevin Zegers. Two stay behind, the other four, including Chris, go to get some help. Chris meets a group of five friends, who intended to camp in the forest, and they decide to leave the couple Francine and Evan on the place, while Chris, Jessie, Carly and her fiancé Scott tries to find some help. Hopefully she will get something better in the future. The film does have some weak points though. Nobody gets seriously hurt and after the initial shock they split up of course, after all this is a horror movie.
Wrong Turn is about a group of 6 people in two different cars make a wrong turn hence, the movie title in the back woods of West Virginia. I have always liked Lindy Booth but she has nothing to play with here and the same is goes for Jeremy Sisto. The cannibals then find them, pushing Chris down the hill and taking Jessie back to their cabin. He is the biggest and strongest of the family. All in all this is a great film and a class apart from what has been released to us horror fans in the last few years. That is exactly what Rob Schmidt's horror film Wrong Turn does.
Box set containing the first five films. I would like to point out that there's some good talent being splashed around on the screen here, both in the main characters played by Desmond Harington and Elisha Dushku, as well as in the supporting cast of Jeremy Sisto, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Kevin Zegers and Lindy Booth. If you're into horror, I highly recommend the unrated version of Wrong Turn. What's worse than a leather-faced madman chasing you through the bush with a chainsaw? It's the film's harrowing tension and atmospheric pursuit that overshadows the young stars that make up the cast. There hasn't been a film this gory, grotesque and chilling in a very long time.
The movie takes parts of both films. Speaking Of I Can See A Theme That Is Similar To Normal '70's Horror Movies. Several scenes prove to be quite graphic. This is where the mountain men begin their murder spree. Overall, this is mildly recommended to slasher fans or anyone who wants to gawk at Dushku for a little over an hour. All six films focus on various families of deformed cannibals who hunt a group of people in by killing them all for food in horrific ways by using a mixture of traps and weaponry.