Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings 2011 UNRATED CC

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When a snowmobiling trip goes wrong, a group of college kids seek refuge in an abandoned mental hospital. Little do they know they have inhabited the home of our lovable mutant hillbilly cannibals.

Starring:
Jennifer Pudavick, Tenika Davis
Runtime:
1 hour 34 minutes

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Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings

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Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Declan O'Brien
Starring Jennifer Pudavick, Tenika Davis
Supporting actors Kaitlyn Leeb, Terra Vnesa, Ali Tataryn, Samantha Kendrick, Victor Zinck Jr., Dean Armstrong, Sean Skene, Blane Cypurda, Dan Skene, Tristan Carlucci, Scott Johnson, Bryan Verot, Arne MacPherson, Kristen Harris, Dave Harms, Glen Thompson
Studio Fox
MPAA rating Unrated
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Excellent movie, most horror fans will definitely appreciate this film.
Mr. David-jack A. Fletcher
Next you see 3 cannibals have killed Porter before he had a chance to bring in the over night bags and are taking his body into the insane asylum.
Ted E. Kissel
When I watched the first 2 Wrong turn movies I must admit, I liked them, they were kind of bloody but not too much and kind of funny in a way too.
Nathalie Brault

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 1, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
The Wrong Turn movies have always had a special place in my heart. The first film was glorified trash, but it was enjoyable despite its shortcomings. The second film was an ultra-bloody blast that was better than the original, while the third film had its share of good things, but was overall disappointing. This fourth entry, Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings, finds our favorite inbred hillbilly cannibals back to doing what they do, only this time it's in an abandoned mental ward where a group of sexy friends get stuck inside on a ski trip. While that sounds ripe for bloody fun, Wrong Turn 4 is sadly dull. The characters are unlikable (as are the actors playing them), the film is predictable, and there's a torture scene that seems to never end. There's some great gore effects on display though, and the hillbilly clan makeup is disgustingly well-made, so the film isn't a total loss all things considered. All in all, if you're a fan of the Wrong Turn franchise, give Wrong Turn 4 a try at the very least, just don't expect much out of it.
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22 of 28 people found the following review helpful By zombie phreak on December 4, 2011
Format: DVD
This was just stupid!

***SPOILERS***

You mean to tell me that in this sanitarium that there are no guards and that they have NO contingency plans for if the inmates get out of their cells? Okay, why not? But on top of that, NO ONE goes investigating when there is no word from the sanitarium, or when the people who work there don't come home at night? No one investigates this at all? Maybe if this was the 1700's that might be believable, but this is MODERN times.

So then our dumb main characters show up, and frankly I watched this 12 hours ago and as I sit here I can only remember ONE character's name, "Vincent" cuz they were yelling it over and over again. When I can't remember the characters names it's a real failure on the part of the writer because it means there is nothing memorable about them.

So they come across this abandoned nut house and they just decide to barge on in because it's getting cold out and there's no other place to go. Okay, why didn't they just follow the road that's leading to that place and take it back to civilization? Guess it doesn't fit into the plot. Also what happened to all the other inmates we saw at the beginning of the movie? If the main villains ate them, just establish it by having them find a pile of bones or something.

So they party at this nut house loud and hard and these crazies just let them? Okay... Then they start killing these college students one at a time and frankly deserve it for how stupid they are. Why don't they just get into a room with a window, and barricade the hell out of it, stay there until the snow stops and then make a run for it when it's clear outside? Again I guess that makes too much sense.

Also, where the hell did these nut jobs get an ice auger?
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24 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 3, 2011
Format: DVD
A truly bizarre and disturbing opening in a West Virginia sanatorium sets the stage for this fourth entry in the WRONG TURN franchise. Writer/director Declan O'Brien pulls out all the stops in this derivative, bloodsoaked and ultimately revolting film.
Set in a beautiful snowbound setting, we get the expected group of stranded collegians whose primary focus in life is sex and booze and doing stupid things. O'Brien attempts dark humor to "lighten" things but to little avail. The three redneck cannibals are vile, disgusting and incredibly intelligent considering their uneducated background.
There's no real suspense since we know exactly where the movie's going as it IS a prequel. The gore is plentiful and nauseating, the prime ingredient in the deluged torture genre. Can we really call this "entertainment"?
I enjoy a good horror movie, but this one's just plain horrible!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Einsatz on June 4, 2012
Format: DVD
I'm not certain the explanation/back story helped or hurt this latest installment in the franchise. (So far, I've only liked/kept the first movie, I've tossed the rest.)
Originality doesn't seem to be the filmmaker's goal, as proven by this nonsensical version of a well-worn plot device: trap a group of kids in an abandoned building and slowly kill them off one by one. Who hasn't seen this gimmick used before? In their case, they hedged a trifle by wondering aloud: when is a prison not a prison but a hospital instead? I can't think of a single hospital with prison cells, I certainly wouldn't go to one that did!
The biggest problem with the story this time out is the vast number of people that went romping through the wilderness during a snowstorm. True, a large cast does mean a high body count. However, when that number is so great that you can't remember one character from another, especially in the dark, that becomes a problem. It also poses the question, with superior numbers why didn't they simply get rid of the three inbred idiots in the first place? It also puts into question the type of education these college students were getting that they couldn't outsmart three inbred idiots?

What did we learn from this movie? Even if a building is "creepy, warm, and dusty", it's worth setting up residence for a night or two. Always pass around booze found in a sanatorium. And you can never have too much barbwire on hand. I also question why a place like that would need a drill that big, it's my understanding that lobotomies require a lot less.

Bad acting, terrible plot, a foregone conclusion: why bother?
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