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Wrong Turn 2: Dead End [Blu-ray] [2007]

  • SKU: 9488734
  • Release Date: 09/15/2009
  • Rating: NR

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (20 out of 21)

    Special Features

    • More Blood, More Guts: The making of Wrong Turn 2 featurette
    • Making Gore Look Good featurette
    • On location with P-Nut featurette
    • Cast & crew audio commentaries


    Wrong Turn 2: Dead End
    The malformed mayhem continues as a group of reality game show contestants descend into the West Virginia wilderness in order to participate in an apocalypse-themed game show, only to be brutally killed off by a deranged clan of redneck cannibals. Dale Murphy (Henry Rollins) is a former special forces soldier who now hosts a reality game show in which contestants must struggle to survive in the wilderness with few resources and only their wits to guide them. After the members of the group are split up into partners, they are sent into the woods to locate supplies that have been strategically hidden by the show's producers. Should they fail to achieve this and various other tasks, they will be sent back to civilization in shame while the others vie for substantial cash prize. But the cameras aren't the only things watching as the competition heats up, because within these woods dwells a terrifying secret. Later, as the day goes on and the body count begins to multiply, both the contestants and the hard-nosed host must fight to avoid becoming the catch of the day for a family of hungry backwoods cannibals. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Henry Rollins
      Henry Rollins
    • Texas Battle
      Texas Battle
    • Erica Leerhsen
      Erica Leerhsen
    • Ken Kirzinger
      Ken Kirzinger - Pa
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      Jeff Scrutton - Three-Finger

    Customer rating

    Rating 3.9 out of 5 stars with 21 reviews

    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Not as good as the first, but still a worthy entry


      Wrong Turn 2: Dead End by all rights should be terrible. It's a direct-to-DVD sequel of a horror film by a first time director. Virtually every word in that sentece spells failure. So it was with great surprise that I read the flood of good reviews from fans online. I'll be honest in saying I didn't like this sequel as much as the original, nor do I think I liked it as much as other people do. From a directorial standpoint, the film isn't nearly as strong, and the acting performances/characterizations are largely hit and miss. Those were the two elements that I thought made the original such a standout horror flick. However, that being said, it's clear that the director loves horror movies and has done his homework, as he throws everything at the wall to see what sticks (and usually that something is some type of gore), which makes for an undeniably fun ride, even if it's a bit of a bumpy one. I thought the horror in the film was very well done, but the comical aspects that were added in this sequel weren't as successful in my mind. I tend to find that horror/comedy only works when they're married together rather than jumping back and forth between the two-that is to say that the horror in and of itself is funny (ala Evil Dead 2 or Dead Alive). This film tends to jump and back and forth between jovial comic stupidy from the characters and shocking horror from the mountain men. Because of this, I enjoyed the film the most toward the climax of the film because the movie became more of a straight ahead horror film at that point. But overall, I much preferred the straight horror of the original to the comedy/horror of this film. My major complaint against the original Wrong Turn was its lack of originality, and that only gets worse in this film. If the original shared a passing resemblance to Texas Chainsaw Massacre, then this film all but lifts scenes straight from it. Again, these sequences are actually very well crafted, but they definitely won't win any points for originality. When all is said and done, Wrong Turn 2: Dead End is a much better film than it has any right to be. I wouldn't necessarily call it the second coming of DTV horror sequels as many are claiming, but it is a thoroughly entertaining (though flawed) film in its own right.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great horror movie!


      This movie was not as good as the first, but still good in it's own right, my wife and I liked it. The plot's a little cheesier than the first, and the make-up and acting weren't as good either. But, the film did have a bit more gore, which was nice, and of course Henry Rollins. In fact, he's the reason for me giving it 4 stars instead of 3. I'm a huge fan of his. I always jump at anything he's in, but that's me. I definitely recommend this, if you're a fan of the first one. Also, you should check out Hills Have Eyes 1 and 2, and Plague Town.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      As good as the first


      I was not expecting much out of this movie when it was announced that it was going straight to dvd. I liked the first and after watching the second I was very suprised. First off this movie is what it is, a low budget horror flick. The acting is not very good and there is plenty of gore, but this is a pretty good movie if you like the genre. The special effects are very good and there is plenty of blood, the story is good also. If you liked the first or are looking for a good scary movie this film is worth a look.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Not too shabby


      Being a fan of the original, I was leary about this Straight-to-DVD sequel, as most straight to dvd movies are stinkers. Man, was I ever shocked. This is one of the more brutal, gory, intense, and fun rides I've had in a while. I don't know how this went Straight-to-DVD and Hills Have Eyes 2 went to the theaters. This is actually one of the better horror films I've seen all year. Give it a shot, especially if you are into gore.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      great purchase


      I'ts great to see a direct to video sequel that is as good as or even better than the original theatrical release.wrong turn 2 is bloodier and more fun than the original movie.why this one did not go to theatres is a surprise to's got henry rollins,lots of gore and hot girls!!!! what elso could you ask for in a horror movie.i highly recommend it!!!!!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Horror Fun!!!


      I to was sceptical about a sequel straight to dvd 'cause it's really not as good as the first, so I was going to rent it first and see for myself, but I took QDawgs advice and went ahead and bought it and man was I in shock!!! It was just as good if not better than the first!!! If you are a fan of blood and gore and lots of it, this movie is for you.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Not like the first.


      This wasn't a really bad movie, but it wasn't a really good one either. It wasn't as good as the first one. It had some bad acting, and dry delivery of the lines. It did have a lot of gross scenes. I wouldn't buy it, but renting it won't kill you.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Wrong Turn 2


      even it is a straight to DVD movie. it is still pretty good...after I watched so many made for DVD movie, this one is surprisingly good...first half is kinda boring, but second half is suspense...i recommend this one if u like the first one...

      I would recommend this to a friend

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