The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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O'Brien delivers everything that franchise fans who have stayed the distance could want: utterly gratuitous nudity, grunting mountain men, gore by the bucketload, and local cooking tips... The characters are interchangeable, and all for the pot.
Wrong Turn 4 is among the worst and most insultingly asinine horror films ever made.
A slight improvement over the nearly unwatchable third chapter, if that means anything at all to you.
if you look at Wrong Turn 4 as a tongue-in-cheek nod to the horror genre, a send-up of this without going for actual jokes or spoofs, then it's a bloody good time
A circus of ridiculousness! Yes, it's bad. Yes it's juvenile. Yes, it's mindless, but I'd watch it again in a heartbeat.
Disappointing prequel that attempts to explain how the cannibals started out killing and that but doesn't and is just another generic horror. To be fair it starts off promisingly with some shagging but then you realise the characters are annoying. Basically some students(obviously!) have to take shelter in an abandoned hospital due to a snow storm but the deformed psycho's that used to live there and escaped there cells are out to get them. For the type of film, and series, Wrong Turn is, you can't be to harsh but I think the mostly annoying cahracters, dodgy script and familiar(despite one or two cool ones) kills and the sense of dark fun the previous film had that isn't in this one are what make Wrong Turn 4 a bit dodgy.
'Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings' is the atrociously bad prequel to a once great horror movie series. You think 'Wrong Turn 3' is bad? At least it didnt feature a cannibal style fondue. I prey the council puts a sign up on that highway soon so we don't ever hear about another wrong turn ever again!
A hilarious follow up. As good as the others, but good isn't a descriptive enough word.
I'm surprised I continue to enjoy this series so much. I honestly feel that I could easily watch all 4 back to back. They each bring a little something different to the proceedings. Here we get a kind of prequel, though it doesn't explain much. In fact, it may as well be a sequel. It's winter, and that means our inbred killers are taking shelter in the asylum they once escaped from. Of course some teens are here to quickly be slaughtered. The gore in this film is probably the most extreme in the series. I felt genuinely uncomfortable throughout a lot of it. It does a good balance of practical and CGI. The snowy setting makes this more of an isolated horror, taking some cues from The Thing. Best of all are the characters. Some of the best and most awesome I've seen in a horror movie. They actually make plans and work together. They realise that running is useless, and so they put up a fight. This makes them more than just victims. Who wants to see people that don't put up a fight? If the characters don't care for their lives, why should we? Here there is no such problem. There are obvious plot holes which do annoy at times, and sometimes some awful acting really upsets a scene. Other than that, it's fairly kick-ass action horror, that doesn't put me off a 5th visit.
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