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Wrong Turn 2: Dead End - A Horror Movie Review

Wrong Turn 2: Dead End is a 2007 American horror film directed by Joe Lynch and starring Erica Leerhsen, Henry Rollins, Texas Battle, Daniella Alonso, and Crystal Lowe. It is a sequel to the 2003 film Wrong Turn and the second installment in the Wrong Turn film series. The film follows a group of reality show contestants who find themselves in a remote forest where they are hunted by a family of cannibalistic mutants.

The film was released on DVD on October 9, 2007. It received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the gore effects, the acting, and the humor, but criticized the plot, the characters, and the direction. The film was a commercial success, grossing over $9 million from DVD sales. It spawned four more sequels and a reboot.

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Plot Summary

The film begins with Kimberly Caldwell, a contestant on a survival reality show called Ultimate Survivalist: The Apocalypse, driving to the set in West Virginia. She stops at a gas station and meets Three Finger, one of the mutant cannibals who live in the woods. He kills her by smashing her head with an axe and takes her body to his cabin.

The next day, the show's host, retired military colonel Dale Murphy, introduces the six remaining contestants: Nina, a timid vegan; Jake, a kind-hearted Georgia boy; Amber, a tough biker chick; Jonesy, a wisecracking skateboarder; Elena, a promiscuous Latina; and Michael, an arrogant doctor. They are paired up in teams of two and sent into the forest to survive for five days. They are unaware that they are being watched by the mutants, who have rigged the forest with cameras and traps.

As the contestants explore the forest, they encounter various dangers and horrors. Nina and Michael find Kimberly's severed head in a fridge and are attacked by Three Finger and his brother Saw Tooth. Michael is killed by an arrow through his eye, while Nina escapes. Jake and Amber stumble upon an abandoned power plant and are chased by another mutant named One Eye. Amber is killed by a barbed wire trap, while Jake is captured by One Eye and taken to his lair. Jonesy and Elena discover a mutant baby in a shed and are pursued by its mother, Ma. Elena is killed by Ma with a meat cleaver, while Jonesy is wounded by a shotgun blast.

Murphy realizes that something is wrong when he loses contact with the contestants and sees Kimberly's corpse on his monitor. He decides to go into the forest to rescue them, but is ambushed by Pa, the patriarch of the mutant family. Pa tortures Murphy with a flamethrower and cuts off his legs. Murphy manages to kill Pa with his own weapon before dying.

Nina reaches the power plant and finds Jake tied up in One Eye's lair. She frees him and they try to escape, but are confronted by One Eye. Jake fights One Eye and kills him by impaling him on a pipe. Nina and Jake then find Jonesy hiding in a truck and take him with them. They drive to the gas station where Kimberly was killed and call for help on the phone. However, they are attacked by Three Finger and Saw Tooth, who have followed them. Jonesy is killed by Saw Tooth with an axe, while Nina and Jake fight back with guns they found in the truck. They manage to kill Saw Tooth with a shotgun blast to his chest and Three Finger with an explosion caused by shooting at gas tanks.

Nina and Jake celebrate their victory and hug each other. However, they are unaware that Three Finger has survived the explosion and is crawling towards them with a knife in his hand.


Wrong Turn 2: Dead End is a decent horror movie that delivers what it promises: blood, guts, and scares. The film does not take itself too seriously and has a tongue-in-cheek tone that makes it fun to watch. The film also has some interesting twists on the genre conventions, such as making the reality show contestants more sympathetic than usual and having them fight back against the mutants instead of being helpless victims.

The film's strongest point is its gore effects, which are impressive and realistic. The film does not shy away from showing graphic violence and mutilation, which may appeal to fans of extreme horror. The film also has some creative kills, such as the barbed wire trap, the flamethrower, and the gas tank explosion. The film's makeup and prosthetics are well-done and make the mutants look grotesque and menacing.

The film's weakest point is its plot, which is thin and predictable. The film does not offer much explanation or backstory for the mutants or their motives, which makes them less interesting and scary. The film also has some plot holes and inconsistencies, such as how the mutants are able to rig the forest with cameras and traps, how they are able to survive the explosion, and how they are able to track the contestants so easily. The film's ending is also clichéd and unsatisfying, as it leaves the fate of the survivors ambiguous and sets up a sequel that never happened.

The film's acting is decent, but not remarkable. The film's cast is composed of mostly unknown actors, except for Erica Leerhsen, who starred in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake, and Henry Rollins, who is a famous musician and activist. Leerhsen does a good job as Nina, the final girl who shows courage and resourcefulness. Rollins does a great job as Murphy, the badass host who tries to save the contestants. The rest of the actors are adequate, but not memorable. The film's characters are stereotypical, but not annoying. The film's dialogue is witty, but not memorable.

Overall, Wrong Turn 2: Dead End is a solid horror movie that delivers on its premise. It is not a masterpiece, but it is entertaining and enjoyable. It is recommended for fans of slasher movies, gore movies, and survival movies.


Wrong Turn 2: Dead End gets a rating of 3 out of 5 stars.


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