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  • Actors: Erica Leerhsen, Henry Rollins, Texas Battle, Aleksa Palladino, Daniella Alonso
  • Directors: Joe Lynch
  • Writers: Al Septien, Alan B. McElroy, Turi Meyer
  • Producers: Erik Feig, Jeff Freilich, Robert Kulzer
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Surround), French (Dolby Surround), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: October 9, 2007
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000TJBN62
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,537 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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The ultimate reality show turns into the ultimate in horror for six contestants when they find themselves pitted against hideously deformed and insatiably hungry cannibals in this white-knuckle thrill-ride that "blows away most 2007 horror films" (Fangoria)! Directed by Joe Lynch, recently named one of Gorezone's top horror directors, and packed with never-before-seen special features including a commentary by Lynch, the writers and select cast members, Wrong Turn 2: Dead End promises twice the jolts and heart-pounding fear of the original! Retired military commander Colonel Dale Murphy (Henry Rollins) hosts a simulated post-apocalyptic reality show where participants are challenged to survive a remote West Virginia wasteland. But the show turns into a nightmarish showdown when each realizes they are being hunted by an inbred family of cannibals determined to make them all dinner.

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By adding the Japanese cult movie Battle Royale to Wrong Turn's cinematic puree of Deliverance and The Hills Have Eyes, Wrong Turn 2 primes itself for some clever spins on the repetitive inbred-mutant-humans-hunt-and-eat-sexy-young-people genre. A pseudo-post-apocalypse Survivor-type game show brings five sexy young people (a bitchy vegan, a loudmouth skateboarder, a lesbian marine, a straight-laced jock, and a slutty...uh...apparently, she's just a slut) to the Appalachian woods, where inbred mutant humans start picking them and the TV crew off. Also along for the ride is the tough-as-nails host (Henry Rollins, Bad Boys II), who goes native and starts hunting the inbred mutant humans. Regrettably, the game plotline is soon tossed aside and the movie settles into a straightforward hunt-kill-eat scenario. But for fans of the genre, Wrong Turn 2 does a good job: The sequence of deaths is not entirely predictable and you get to see one pair of exposed breasts, two sets of exposed intestines, and literal barrels of gore. Featuring horror flick stars Erica Leerhsen (the remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Crystal Lowe (Black Christmas), Texas Battle (Final Destination 3), Daniella Alonso (The Hills Have Eyes II), D-list celebrity hostess Kimberly Caldwell, and Aleksa Palladino (who once had a promising career in decent indie movies like Manny & Lo, The Adventures of Sebastian Cole, and Storytelling). --Bret Fetzer

Customer Reviews

This is a great gore horror flick to watch, with a decent story, acting and effects.
Nightwing's Fan
Bad Bad movie, first it is not a true sequel to the first one, this should of been titled "Wrong Movie Site" or something like that!
Rebecca L. Polen
Wrong Turn 2 Is one of the best straight to video horror movies and especially sequels I have seen.
Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dayna Newman/Slasher Diva on January 25, 2008
Format: DVD
Wrong Turn 2
Is one of the best straight to video horror movies and especially sequels I have seen.

The gore is abundant and the effects are very well done.
Henry Rollins is the stand out in the cast of good actors..

I loved wrong Turn and had reservations about liking this one but it did not disappoint in the least.The characters were likeable and the mutants were taken to a new level by adding female monstrosities and incestuous siblings.

I have watched it about 4 times already and will watch it many more times .
When I find a slasher movie especially a slasher in the woods movie I like from this era I'm so pleased because I'm a big fan of the early 80's slashers but every once in awhile a new movie comes out that satisfies me like Wrong Turn and wrong Turn 2.

Don't listen to the haters ..It's a great slasher flick.
I actually like this one better than the first because it's unapologetically politically incorrect and oozes in your face gore and carnage.
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39 of 46 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on October 9, 2007
Format: DVD
The original Wrong Turn had it's moments, but the direct to DVD sequel surprisingly outshines it in almost every way. Wrong Turn 2: Dead End finds the pack of forest dwelling inbred cannibals stalking the cast and crew of a reality TV, Survivor-esque show. What results next contains the basic, somewhat predictable horror elements, but Wrong Turn 2 is so gleeful in it's delivery that you'll look past it's shortcomings. The opening scene is worth the price of admission alone, the gore effects are surprisingly good and wonderfully grisly, and legendary Black Flag frontman and punk pioneer Henry Rollins heads a surprisingly decent cast that also includes Erica Leerhsen (the 2003 Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake) and Daniella Alonso (who dealt with another group of inbred cannibals in the recent, and dreadful, Hills Have Eyes 2) as well. It doesn't take itself too seriously, and as long as you don't either, you'll have a blast with Wrong Turn 2. All in all, if you're looking for a fun and gorey horror flick, you can do a lot worse than with what you get here.
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Nightwing's Fan VINE VOICE on October 9, 2007
Format: DVD
Wrong Turn 2 was a pleasant surprise viewing!!! I love the star of the 1st Wrong Turn film, Eliza Dushku, BUT this sequel blows the 1st one away!!! The gore is awesome and the terror train keeps going from start to end on this one!!! The script is cool and features some familiar faces in the flick such as Henry Rollins (Punk Rock and Poet God) and "Erica" from Blair Witch 2 (and the Texas Chainsaw Massacre Remake).

The effects are awesome. The gore is on high octane yet is superbly effective within the storyline. People are blown up, axed, gutted, shot with arrows--they're even put through a grinder!! This family is more gruesome than both clans in the Hills have Eyes and the newer Texas CHainsaw Massacre Flicks!!!

This is a great gore horror flick to watch, with a decent story, acting and effects. If you love horror flicks, skip renting it and just buy it! It won't disappoint!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Tresca VINE VOICE on November 3, 2010
Format: DVD
I decided to watch Wrong Turn 2: Dead End on the description alone: a bunch of reality show contestants cross paths with a bunch of in-bred mutants. Between the modern sensibilities of our self-reflective culture and the fact that this was a sequel to a film about mutant hillbillies, I figured it would be B-movie gold. I couldn't be more wrong.

Yes, Dead End is a gorefest. It begins with a half-shirt-wearing hottie getting her lips ripped off and then chopped in half, her intestines spilling in front of the camera. Dead End is loud and proud of its blood and guts...and that scene is just the beginning.

The reality show (Ultimate Survivalist) takes place in an apocalyptic future. Each of the contestants must survive in the woods in teams of two, stumbling across tripwires that trigger an alarm. The alarm requires the contestant to perform a physical challenge within a time limit or be disqualified. The plot might seem farfetched, but there's a similar show on Discovery Channel called The Colony.

The twist, of course, is that there are actual mutants living in the backwoods where the game takes place. Each of the contestants is a stereotype: the tough-as-nails military lesbian, the heart-of-gold jock, the goofball comedian, the slut, the nice girl, etc. The genius in Dead End is that these tropes are exploited for the show-within-a-show. The plot seems facile at first, but that's the point - reality shows aren't much deeper than slasher flicks.

In some ways, the differences between the mutants and the contestants are only skin-deep.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By TamaDrummer on April 6, 2008
Format: DVD
Wrong Turn 2 is quite different from the original in several ways. The sequel to the more serious and atmospheric original Wrong Turn(2003) relies much more on action and gore. This is a largely gory flick folks. If you seek gore and guts in your horror movies, look no further. Truth be told, I had a blast watching this, and I like it a lot more than the original.

Wrong Turn 2 most certainly delivers on the action and death scenes. Many of which actually disturbed me a bit, and that hardly ever happens. The film is twisted! This makes the original look like a PG-13 film. I loved the effects. You can tell the makers of this film had a blast and really tried to put the best on screen as they could. The death scenes were pretty creative and convincing. Many of which are wild and I was shocked with a few. Very cool and twisted stuff.

Acting is another step up from the original. The original had very little good or even decent acting in my book. Some of which came off a bit too stale even for a horror film. This flick has much better acting. Some of which takes itself seriously when needed and can be a bit more campy when its called for. The film overall doesn't take itself nearly as serious as the original. I like that about this movie; it delivers all the goodies and never becomes overly serious. This type of film shouldn't, and it seems a lot of negativity comes from people expecting it to be a serious horror classic like The Omen or something. If you want that I don't recommend this. If you want a cool little flick that is a bit disturbing and is full of gory thrills then look no further.
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