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Wrong Turn 2 - Dead End (Bilingual) [Import]

Erica Leerhsen , Henry Rollins , Joe Lynch    Unrated   DVD
2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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The ultimate reality show turns into the ultimate in horror for six contestants when they find themselves pitted against hideously deformed and insatiably hungry cannibals in this white-knuckle thrill-ride that "blows away most 2007 horror films" (Fangoria)! Directed by Joe Lynch, recently named one of Gorezone's top horror directors, and packed with never-before-seen special features including a commentary by Lynch, the writers and select cast members, Wrong Turn 2: Dead End promises twice the jolts and heart-pounding fear of the original! Retired military commander Colonel Dale Murphy (Henry Rollins) hosts a simulated post-apocalyptic reality show where participants are challenged to survive a remote West Virginia wasteland. But the show turns into a nightmarish showdown when each realizes they are being hunted by an inbred family of cannibals determined to make them all dinner.

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2.0 out of 5 stars An Overall Silly but Entertaining Gorefest April 4 2008
Format:DVD
If you enjoy watching humans get tortured, dismembered, and then cannibalized, then get ready to be happy. If that isn't something you crave then there really is no need to soldier on through my review because that is what Wrong Turn 2's target audience is hoping for, and they get it here in relatively sleek fashion. If you consider yourselves among the hardcore fans of such trash then you're in luck as I have designed my review to consider this film within the context of its flawed but popular sub-genre and I think it is better than most movies of its ilk. To think that this is also a direct-to-dvd release is impressive as well, as it is not only superior to the quality level attained in the traditional direct-to-video/dvd release, but it is also free to be as violent as it wants to without relying on the broader market to justify it's wider release. For that alone, the film should get some credibility among the torture porn addicts.

Evidently, some toxic waste wound up entering the water supply in this region where some folks are filming a reality television show about survival. The toxic waste had depleted the wildlife in the area quite a while ago and at the same time it also began influencing the genetics of the humans who stayed in the area. Because they had nothing to eat and because they have evolved into deformed semi-humanoids, they soon developed into cannibals who hunt down regular folks who happen to enter the area. You can see how this might pose a problem for the reality television cast and crew. Anyway, these television people would be dead, eaten, and the film would've been over in 20 minutes if Henry Rollins wasn't around to take some of these cannibals out.

That brief summary sets the stage for some gruesome and at times hilarious fun.
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2.0 out of 5 stars GOOD QUALITY DVD Feb. 9 2010
Format:DVD
The dvd was good quality, however the move itself was bad. The acting was mediocre and the story was weak, not very scary either.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Two Wrong Turns don't make it right May 31 2008
By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
I thought the original Wrong Turn was an average horror film at best, so I didn't exactly rush to see what I considered an unwarranted, direct-to-DVD sequel. I don't really understand the popularity of these inbred hillbilly cannibal freaks films. I for one have no real desire to watch unwashed, nasty, hideously ugly, radioactively mutated, two-legged pieces of subhuman flotsam going around killing and eating people. I just can't get in to something like that, no matter how much blood and gore you throw my way. I much prefer my horror with erotic undertones, and there's nothing sexy about atavistic regression. I must say, though, that I enjoyed Wrong Turn 2 slightly more than the original (but not enough to give it a better rating). The filmmakers deviated slightly from the standard sequel script (for the first half of the movie, anyway), and Henry Rollins adds a presence the first film lacked. On the down side, however, the opening scene ends in a laughably over-the-top manner - not a good omen for a serious horror movie. The director makes the same mistake at the very end, as well.

The setup for Wrong Turn 2 really involves no wrong turn at all (OK, maybe one at the very start). We're back in the state of West Virginia, but this time it's the setting of a post-apocalyptic reality game show called Apocalypse, hosted by tough ex-soldier (not to be confused with former Major Leagues MVP) Dale Murphy (Henry Rollins). I won't go over the rules of the game, but the gist is to survive over the course of five whole days in a world full of rigged post-apocalyptic dangers. Whoever scouted the area somehow missed the family of local degenerate cannibals that call the place home - but it doesn't take long for both contestants and crew to meet up with them.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wrong Turn 2 Is Right For Me! Dec 13 2007
Format:DVD
Hey all! I disagree entirely with the other review... I had low expectations what with the reality tv theme and all (We saw that in Halloween: Resurrection remember?) but I wanted to see the movie anyway b/c it had gotten some favourable reviews on other sites. Boy was I in for a fun ride! From start to finish this movie was action packed... The acting wasn't so bad, I actually thought it was pretty good. The plot wasn't too deep, but good enough. The violence and gore kept you on edge - In my opinion it was the "fun" horror gore, not the disturbing Saw-type gore. There's a difference! You also don't know who's going to live/die until the very end - It's hard to establish who the "main" character is until that point - Which sort of goes with their reality TV who-will-win? thing... Well worth renting if not buying... Check this one out! I gave this film 5 stars b/c it held up very well for a straight to DVD horror sequel (Look at I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer -- Horrible movie!). A cut above the rest!
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Wrong Turn 2 is a direct-to-DVD sequel, taking place in the wilds of West Virginia (like the original). A group of 10 contestants are thrown in the woods to play an amateur survivor reality show where the winner walks away with $100,000. Henry Rollins plays the host of the show. As you can guess, the contestants are stalked and killed by the inbreds living in the woods.

This whole reality show concept already is a played-out thing in the direct-to-DVD genre and this is one of its worst offerings. I liked the original "Wrong Turn" but this one's a mess. The characters are all unlikeable (except for Rollins) and the gore is overly excessive and pointless. Overall a cheap, poorly acted and cheesy horror movie. And no, not in a good way... Although watching Rollins battle inbreds in full military gear with combat paint on his face sure is a hoot.
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