Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines (Unrated)

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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 advanced horror continues when a little mining town hosts the legendary Mountain Man Festival on Halloween, where crowds of costumed partygoers gather for a wild night of music and mischief. A killer party quickly gives way to a blood-soaked feeding craze when an inbred family of hillbilly cannibals technique and treat themselves to a group of checking out college students who are just passing away for an excellent time

The Wrong Turn scary franchise once again lurches forward with another grisly woodland face-off between unwary youths and a trio of warped cannibalistic killers. Just like its predecessor, Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings, the 5th photo works as a prequel to the occasions in the franchise's 2003 origin, with writer-director Declan O'Brien (Roger Corman's Sharktopus) returning to referee the chaos. And, like the previous sequels, there are aspects that might keep audiences and franchise fans engaged, most especially the presence of scary vet Doug Bradley-- the as soon as and future Pinhead from the Hellraiser series-- as an incarcerated killer with a connection to the homicidal siblings (series fans will certainly recall that Wayne Robson played an older version of the character in the very first two entries). Beyond that, however, it's bloody business as usual, as a quintet of concertgoers en route to a West Virginia music celebration are completely and systematically dispatched and taken in. The gory set pieces, which sometimes aspire to an E.C. Comics level of gleeful, diabolically fancy deaths, exist as a sort of separate entity from the remainder of the photo, which is woefully dull and inexpensively carried out. The murders, however, are energetically developed and carried out, which must serve as indication of where the filmmakers' interests lie, with a whole extra function (the seven-minute "Hillbilly Kills") committed to detailing their fancy planning. Those seeking splatter and nothing more must be fairly satisfied with the impacts on screen in Wrong Turn 5; all others need not bother. The DVD includes passionate commentary by O'Brien and manufacturer Brett Levinson, along with behind-the-scenes footage that shows cast and team at work at the Sofia, Bulgaria, locations. -- Paul Gaita

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