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This movie is far from horror, it looks like porn.
This movie made the previous 2 feel non canon and it created so many plot points that you're left with so many questions at the end of it. This by far the worst Wrong Turn of all 6 in the franchise. It just keeps getting worse and worse with every seque/prequel. Come on fox don't mess up Wrong Turn 7.
Well, it was certainly better and not as unbelievable as Wrong Turn V. The acting in the first fifteen minutes of the film was a bit lackluster. This film actually has the best story since Wrong Turn 2, which might not be saying much, but it provided amusement like usual. Moviegoers might say that there's not enough killing in this film. However, the writer was still able to tell a decent story without relying solely on cheap kills like past sequels. This film kind of reminded me of Stephen King's "The Shining," but not as good or convincing of course. I can see Danny's mental transformation in this film like Jack's in Stephen King's book and film. The movie has a bit of a pacing problem despite being an hour-and-a-half in length. In this case though, it's a good thing because there was meaningful dialogue in some scenes between the main characters. Unlike in past films, no one tried to call the police because the characters weren't aware of there being any danger until it was far too late. I was entertained with this movie, but I'm still expecting something more with these sequels. Perhaps, my expectations are too high.
It was a disaster. The plot was a mess with horrible and annoying characters. A few of the kills were ok but that was it. Pass on this one.
3/5. The best film in the series since the first two, Wrong Turn 6 takes some inspiration from Texas Chainsaw 3D and executes them in a much more over the top fashion. Plus, an excellent performance from Sadie Katz makes this one of the few straight-to-DVD horror sequels worth watching.
it's okay if your a big fan of the series if not skip this one
This movie is very under rated, I thought the story was pretty good as well as the acting. Some of the kills were extremely brutal for it being the 6th instalment, it's always hard to find new ways to kill, but they figured it out. Deff not the best one, if your looking to see any of them I would recommend the 4th one. But all in all this was not a bad entry to the series
THIS wrong turn has got to be the WORST one I've EVER seen.
I'm surprised, this last installement isn't great at all, but it's actually watchable, unlike part 3,4 and 5, which were horrifying pieces of trash. It's the same low budget stuff I've previously seen, bad acting and terrible effects. Overall, it's still not a good movie, but it's not the worst out there. If you're a fan of the Wrong Turn franchise, this one is for you.
Some nice killings , and a so so story ....What a redicilous family !