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The backwoods of West Virginia are deeper, darker and deadlier than ever in this all-new, unrated chapter of WRONG TURN! The cutting-edge terror continues when a small mining town hosts the legendary Mountain Man Festival on Halloween, where crowds of costumed partygoers gather for a wild night of music and mischief. But a killer celebration soon gives way to a blood-soaked feeding frenzy when an inbred family of hillbilly cannibals trick and treat themselves to a group of visiting college students who are just dying for a good time

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The Wrong Turn horror franchise again lurches forward with another grisly woodland face-off between unsuspecting young people and a trio of deformed cannibalistic killers. As with its predecessor, Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings, the fifth picture serves as a prequel to the events in the franchise's 2003 origin, with writer-director Declan O'Brien (Roger Corman's Sharktopus) returning to referee the mayhem. And, like the previous sequels, there are elements that might keep viewers and franchise fans engaged, most notably the presence of horror vet Doug Bradley--the once and future Pinhead from the Hellraiser series--as an incarcerated killer with a connection to the murderous brothers (series fans will recall that Wayne Robson played an older version of the character in the first two entries). Beyond that, however, it's bloody business as usual, as a quintet of concertgoers en route to a West Virginia music festival are brutally and systematically dispatched and consumed. The gory set pieces, which at times aspire to an E.C. Comics level of gleeful, diabolically elaborate deaths, exist as a sort of separate entity from the rest of the picture, which is woefully dull and cheaply executed. The murders, however, are energetically devised and executed, which should serve as indication of where the filmmakers' interests lie, with an entire supplemental feature (the seven-minute "Hillbilly Kills") devoted to detailing their elaborate planning. Those seeking splatter and nothing more should be fairly satisfied with the effects on display in Wrong Turn 5; all others needn't bother. The DVD includes enthusiastic commentary by O'Brien and producer Brett Levinson, as well as behind-the-scenes footage that shows cast and crew at work at the Sofia, Bulgaria, locations. --Paul Gaita

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  • Actors: Camilla Arfwedson, Roxanne McKee, Doug Bradley, Paul Luebke, Radoslav Parvanov
  • Directors: Declan O'Brien
  • Writers: Declan O'Brien
  • Producers: Cherise Honey, Phillip J. Roth, Jeffery Beach
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: October 23, 2012
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (195 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008G4T7W4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,334 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Larry Leach on October 24, 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I have all of this franchise on DVD and now in Blu-ray and have been somewhat of a fan. Here's what I noticed after the first viewing:

Story:
It's never made clear the time frame of this movie. WT4 was a prequel. After some long thought on this, I believe this is supposed to be after 4 and before 1. All 3 of these mutants are alive and well, so it doesn't make sense that this would be a continuation from 3.
There is a reference from the older man Maynard that they aren't in an institution any longer. Maynard also refers to the 3 hillbilly freaks as "my boys." I never took him seriously, but after some consideration, maybe this man was really supposed to be their father. We don't know where this man came from or how he got hooked up with these 3. We just know that he ran into them at some point. We do see a computer screen at one point that would indicate that it is 2003, which would put this just months or even weeks before the original Wrong Turn.
The story is very simple. Simply put, a group of victims gather at the sheriff's office one way or another and get picked off one at a time.
Once the gang is more or less together at the sheriff's office, the sheriff tells everybody to stay together. They are trying to split them up to take them out one at a time. From that time forward everyone does their desperate best to try and split up. And when there's nobody else left that can leave, the sheriff herself wants to leave.
This is all supposed to take place during a festival and the trailer leads you to believe that this is all wrapped around this festival, but you never get to see it. It's only an excuse to have an empty set. The sheriff was expecting a busy night of trouble from this festival and she didn't get one call or visit the entire night.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By HorrorJunkie on November 8, 2012
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I liked the movie. Nothing really new from the others, although the back story is a little different. If you are in to the Wrong Turn movies I think you will like this one also.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on November 4, 2012
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I loved "Wrong Turn 4" but wasn't big on the rest of them. I enjoy over the top slasher films with a touch of Roger Corman. This one opens Corman style with a nude love scene. The film takes place in modern times some 30 years later after...? I'm not sure what, but now Maynard Odetts (Doug Bradley- "Hellraiser" Pinhead) has been there for 30 years but absent from the other films as a killer. I decided not to think too hard on this one and just enjoy the film. There must be more than one branch of cannibal killers in the area.

The town of Fairlake, WV is having a 10 year annual festival celebrating the Hillbilly cannibal slasher...Seriously?

People are in costume which allows our recluse gruesome threesome to enter town with knowledge of cell phone towers, phone lines, and electricity. The film gives literal meaning to "Give me a hand" and "Lend me your ears." The killings/torture was done in different and entertaining ways bordering on Troma style using real pig entrails. Clearly this film is not for everyone. But for those who like an 80's Troma style slasher film, you might want to check this one out.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity (Amy Lennox, corpse nudity, Bulgarian film actress Borisa Tutundjieva)
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Donna Buckley on January 9, 2013
Format: DVD
Let me just put it this way; Horror is a dying genre in the film making industry. And this film does NOTHING to give horror any justice. If anything, it's contributing to its downfall. Even though I knew this fifth installment in the Wrong Turn franchise was going to be awful, this film fell WAY below my already painfully low expectations.

Now I loved the first two Wrong Turn movies. They were crazy, creepy, and completely unexpected. That's not to say they were flawless, but compared to other slash n' hack fests I've seen, these were quite driving films. Ever since Declan O' Brien took over this franchise, he's just been soaking it with every predictable slasher cliche in the book, substituting convincing practical effects with inferior CGI gore, and making every character he casts into idiotic stereotyped teenagers/ young adults that value nothing more than sex and drugs.

The entire movie is more predictable than a clogged toilet after taking a massive dump that clearly won't flush. The plot is nothing more than your sub-average dime a dozen generic slasher plot; you have a group of horny college kids (again, horribly stereotyped), they plan on attending a party (the "Mountain Man Festival")...and they get killed off one by one by the hillbillies. In fact, Three Finger pretty much does all the work here. Saw Tooth and One Eye are kind of just shoved into the background and hardly make an appearance for their roles to serve any significant purpose. They'll throw a punch maybe once or twice, but that's it. Speaking of the kills, they are all horrendous. Not in the sense that they're gruesome, but in the sense that it leaves you thinking "what's the point?" It really does seem that Delcan is missing the idea behind the character of these cannibals, and why they do what they do.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 4, 2012
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O my how the killers are becoming more resourceful! Three- Finger and the gang also have a new pal and he's not a deformed family member!! Not going to spoil anything by saying more. Glad i watched it. Even had to turn my head (kinda) on one scene which is unusual for me. Youll have time to think about what theyre going to do, and trust me lol it happens, and the way the cameras show it will have you cringe! In a good way! Horror fans know what Im talkin bout :)
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