Wrong Turn

critic Reviews

, 63% Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Wrong Turn is a cut below more effective horror outings, but viewers in the mood for some gory chills will find that this franchise reboot does more than a few things right.
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    Mark KermodeKermode & Mayo's Film Review
    Efficient and enjoyable. A couple of horrifying and haunting moments. The whole thing doesn't make any sense at all, and it scores zero points for originality, but it has a really haunting final shot and it does exactly what it set it to do.
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    Ian FreerEmpire Magazine
    Wrong Turn has some decent booby-trap business but can't find enough that is different to enliven the weary concept. But for the horror hardcore, keep watching once the credits roll.
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    Katie RifeAV Club
    Just because the film takes itself too seriously doesn't mean a viewer has to.
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    Peter BradshawGuardian
    It's a bit silly and queasy, but the narrative motor keeps humming.
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    Sara Michelle FettersMovieFreak.com
    [Wrong Turn] is a brutally uncompromising descent into unflinching terror that kept me on the edge of my seat.
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    Nick AllenRogerEbert.com
    McElroy and Nelson evolve Wrong Turn into a bizarre, winding odyssey, albeit with a lot more on its mind than just a cool kill.
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    Mary Beth McAndrewsDaily Grindhouse
    WRONG TURN is Nelson's swing for the fences and it is an admirable feat, especially with the franchise's rocky reputation.
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    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    This remake of the 2003 horror/slasher movie (and the seventh entry in the franchise), is filled with annoying characters and dumb situations and can't make a reasonable case for its own existence.
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    Ron WilkinsonIt's Just Movies
    Campers in trouble Part 86 gives way to a curiously current portrait of a country divided and a loving father surprisingly good with an ax.
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    Anthony GramugliaCBR
    At nearly two hours long, this film is by far the longest film in the franchise, and it overstays its welcome at the 70-minute mark, with the entire third act focusing on the father character looking for his daughter.
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