Thursday, July 21, 2016


Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings Movie Review

This movie starts off in 1982, where we see the hillbilly family we have grown to know and love, as children in an sanitarium. After they break out and kill practically everybody in front of them we flash forward to 2003, when we see them as adults stalking a group interchangeable young people lost on a snowmobile outing. The fourth installment of the series approaches with tongue planted firmly in cheek--there's no denying there has always been a bit of humor in these films, but if the previous three films each had a sip of comedy, this one is going for the Polar Pop. Fortunately there is a good amount of blood to keep you mildly interested in the film.

You just have to hang in there

After the bloody and, well...interesting...opening sequence, quite literally nothing happens for the next thirty minutes or so to advance the story. We get to meet a handful of one dimensional characters, there's some sex, and people disagreeing on stuff, and...yeah, that's about it, so when you watch it, if you're not interested in seeing boobs, check out the opening then fast forward a half hour to save yourself some time. Once it gets going, though, there is a ton of gore (albeit comedic most of the time) and an ending that might surprise you (except that, you know, it's also comedic). To me this is the worst of the Wrong Turn movies, but somebody has to be the ugly sister I guess.

On A Scale Of One To Ten: 4

Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings Movie Trailer

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