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It's searching period in the deep back woods for Three Finger and his household of hideously warped inbred cannibal hillbillies! The defend survival is useless and each succeeding killing is more gruesome than the last as the cannibals non-stop stalk a group of appealing young hikers and a group of escaped convicts after their bus crashes on a remote nation road.
Well, it doesn't squander whenever: the opening series of Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead gets splitting with an eyeball-popping series of gory horror that indicates the carnage-fest to come. (And the term eyeball-popping is meant to be taken rather actually here.) This sequel in the crazed-inbred-hillbilly franchise puts a group of solidified prisoners, and a couple of guards, in the middle of foresty mayhem, in addition to the lone survivor of the opening attack on river-rafting teenagers (Janet Montgomery). After the very first couple of minutes the whole film takes place at night in a thick forest, which leads to visual dullness in spite of the regular attacks from crazy hillbillies and skin-lacerating booby traps. (In fact, the most brave character deliberately leads the cons in circles in the forest-- not the most exciting narrative gadget.) The discussion is clunky and a few of the peripheral performing is Z-movie level, however provide the film credit for consisting of a couple of authentic badasses: Tamer Hassan (from Layer Cake and Eastern Promises) as a furious gangster, and hulking Gil Kolirin. The indestructibility of the bad guys makes any chance of credibility difficult (who knew inbreeding would lead to such superpowers?), so the only option is to relax and witness the different inventive ways of killing. Which are numerous. The coda will most likely have viewers outraged, however by then you understand what kind of film you're watching. -- Robert Horton
Stills from Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead (Click for larger image)
Run Time: 92
Release Date: 9/23/2014