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And here we have, yes, another young-and-beautifuls-go-to-an-old-scary-house-and-get-massacred movie. Bad acting. Increasingly-common variation on old horror movie rule (instead of straight kids having sex, there's a pair of lesbians, who must, of course, suffer gruesome ends-- this isn't a spoiler, as the first occurs in the extended opening scene. So the lesbian must die even before they encounter the guy who does the massacring. Silly, anyone?). Awful, awful script. Incredibly predictable plot twist. Yeah, there's really nothing good to say about this movie. Some wag on the IMDB boards called it (forgive my paraphrasing) a bad remake of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre combined with a bad remake of The People Under the Stairs, and he's right. *
Full frontal female nudity within the first few scenes? Check
Predictable crash? Check
No cell phone coverage? GASP! Check
Self-referential horror movie lines? Check
Gruesome severed body? Thwack! Check
Pepe Le Pew chase scene (i.e. running victim, walking killer)? Check
Creepy, remote farmhouse? Check
Senseless killings? Check
Simply put, folks, if you're looking for B-Grade horror that can be simultaneously enjoyed and ridiculed, this has it all. Completely awesome from beginning to end, this small budget horror flick doesn't disappoint while disappointing.
When four scantily clad, early twenty-something chicks, a spineless fratboy, and a "two popped collar"-cool douchetastic jock take a dirt road "detour" on their way to a graduation celebration in Vegas, it's only a matter of time before the inbred freak (who looks like Vulva-Head from Total Recall) in a 5-ton truck shows up.
Probably conceived on a bar napkin, there isn't much in the way of script originality. The cinematography is dark, which is good, I guess. Acting-wise the cast is relatively vanilla and horrible, but Alan Ritchson (Blue Mountain State) shines through at the beginning with an over the top Stifler impersonation; he's actually quite hilarious at times.
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predictable.It is like most farm house movies.every body makes the same dumb mistakesPublished 5 months ago by Eddie Lecroy
I bought this along with 400 other obscure DVD's when one of our local video retail outlets liquidated, this film is better than the majority of that group. Read morePublished on June 22, 2011 by Only-A-Child
Fist off i saw this movie for free on demand and i still feel someone,somewhere should give me my money back. Read morePublished on December 2, 2008 by Darkness
This movie isnt even worth spending $2.00 on, a waste of time more stupid than scaryPublished on June 7, 2008 by Mrs. Parker