Wrong Turn 2 (d-t-v) [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)
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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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Sex, Blood, Shit, Ground meet. The most ugliest moovie I've ever seen! No plot, no idea, no viewer attraction. Waste of money and time!!!Published 15 months ago by Oleksandr Shypylenko
The dvd was good quality, however the move itself was bad. The acting was mediocre and the story was weak, not very scary either.Published on Feb. 9 2010 by Celia Tash