Wrong Turn

audience Reviews

, 46% Audience Score
  • Rating: 1.5 out of 5 stars
    Wanted to leave the theater. Villains were ridiculously stupid and boring. They can't hold a candle to the franchise's real cannibal villains from the other films. Plot starts off decent but just becomes unbearable and way too long. I literally wanted every character on screen to die (they were that annoying). Movie tried too hard to be relevant with certain political messages to please people who apparently want that in slasher movies. Personally I find more enjoyment out of the simple plots the other films stuck to. At least they knew what kind of movies they were. Bottom line, this reboot thinks it is smarter than it actually is. Some positives: Good gore, actors are actually decent most of the time, and the final scene looks amazing. However, stick to the simple original and don't waste your time on this. Maybe the worst horror remake I've seen.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Shouldn’t of been called wrong turn if it is not even similar to the original. But had an amazing plot and acting. I would love to see a sequel.
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
    Terrible terrible acting. It's actually discussing. Can't believe I paid $5.99 for this garbage!!! Don't watch it. Not worth it!
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    não é como os outros da franquia , porém é muito melhor que os demais
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    A bit disturbing. Hard to digest
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    This is already the 7th entry in this long-running backwoods terror franchise. The problem with that original movie was it so forgettable. The characters were stale and flat and it felt like ripping off hills have eyes. There just needed to be improvements. Here the formulas changed a bit; some teenage youths are taking a trip through the Appalachian mountain trail. It just happens to be in Virginia where things are more backwater way of thinking. The main girl is Jennifer who's stuck making coffee despite having two masters degrees. They are warned to not go off the marked trail but once they do the terror starts. The rest of her friends fall into traps and are being stalked by denizens who reside up in the mountains. But they are not actually inbred cannibals. But more like outsiders cut off from the pressures and barbaric nature of the modern world. With this reboot there's more human context. More about this community of people who make their own land of freedom from the collapse of America ever since the civil war days. They get by without war, hate, poverty etc. Everyone has a job, a role in order to provide, and their own justice system to keep outsiders away from interfering in their way of living. If anyone disobeys them the punished are sentenced to a dark chasm in the underground walls not seeing or hearing anything. Those who come into this 'foundation' are never heard from again dead or alive. Jennifer and her friends become trapped, meanwhile her father is desperate to bring her home. So there isn't a lot of straight in-your-face scares. There's gore here and being lost in the woods creates enough of the terror not knowing there's another civilized peoples. There's even an in-joke in here referencing the 2003 version with Eliza dushku which I thought was a nice wink to the audience. It sets itself apart enough. This new chapter of the series is better in terms of not just being a dumb splatter gorefest. Plus the characters feel more real. And with Jennifer she actually finds more of a purpose than she did in her old life teaching her to be a strong survivor. On the one hand this is a better film than the rest of those dreaded sequels but some might be missing that kooky, over-the-top inbred cannibalism feel. There's stupid and overly-violent but there's also competent as well as intelligent horror. So this manages to work even if a lot of it makes no sense narratively. A better version than the 2003 outing in many respects.
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    As a fan of the original wrong turn series, I was disappointed. This is a decent movie but isn’t anything like the originals
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Movie was engineered fantastically. Absolutely fascinating
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
    Garbage movie.I wouldn't recommend this to my enemy!
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    The characters in this movie is pretty stereotypical. It is disgusting.