Extras: The copy of Wrong Turn 2: Dead End that I was given to review did not have all of the bonus materials that are supposed to be part of the disc. Fronts show great fluidity and separation, as off-screen action is delivered with credible accuracy. The sounds of wind blowing through the trees, birds chirping in the distance, and even the echoes of Three-Finger's creepy, hyperactive laughter are clearly heard throughout and fill the room to envelop the audience. Returns and refunds We operate a 30 day money back guarantee. He previously worked with Nelson on The Domestics.
Learn a little more about the stars behind the characters, as well as what made the director so passionate about this film. I frankly don't understand the logic, for it's always been my understanding that titles can't be copyrighted, and furthermore this particular outing dealt in plurals, not singulars, but I digress. Genre rules are adhered to throughout much of the first act, but things quickly change when the group arrives at the remote cabin of the brothers. In the end, the transfer is passable, but it could've been a whole lot better. If you are happy with the product, please leave positive feedback and we will automatically leave positive feedback for you.
First I would like to say that this collection is 5 blu discs, not 1 as Amazon has listed. Director: Writer: Starring: , , , , , Producers: , , » U Turn Blu-ray Review Bobby and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Even still, I would rather only have an unrated cut if it was a significant difference and was actually cut for reasons like ratings and not stuff that was cut to improve the film. I don't think she was even the best looking one in that movie. Absolutely, Dave I just recalled that recently all movies of this kind are being released in both R-rated and Unrated versions. Interestingly, Ridley adapted his own novel, originally titled Stray Dogs, but in his commentary Stone mentions that none other than Akira Kurosawa prevented that title from being used since it was similar to his 1949 film Stray Dog.
Unlike the video, this audio track offers a fun and engaging ride through the woods. The main interest is on make-up expert Stan Winston giving viewers a detailed overview of each of the in-bred hillbillies and a behind-the-scenes look at the special effects. After watching the last one, this just seems completely unnecessary. Yes, it's true that these are not the best horror movies ever made, but they are a lot of fun to watch. It's not a perfect film by any stretch, nor is it Stone's best, but it is so peculiar and off the wall that those with a certain off kilter sensibility should find more than enough to warrant a watch.
Danny ultimately learns that he has an unthinkable connection to the clan of hillbilly cannibals, but now that he knows the shocking truth, he will face an even more horrifying choice. Rather than pick up where the first film left off, Wrong Turn 2 is its own separate beast. While contrast and clarity show a clear improvement, they fall squarely on the lower end of the grayscale. Close-ups reveal abundant amounts of fine detail and some of the exterior footage boasts impressive depth of field. So what are you waiting for? The only drawback is that it ends so quickly, especially for those interested in such information. For those particularly attuned to Stone's sometimes odd world view, this commentary is probably worth the price of admission alone.
Rounding out is the original trailer. The dynamic range is quite strong. Still, genre placement issues aside, 'Wrong Turn' delivers with a very basic premise and adds a few subtle deviations. Contact Us Please contact us via eBay messages if you have any questions and our Customer Service team will be happy to assist you with any queries. Now, they're being hunted by disfigured inbred locals.
It also goes a long way to expose the truth about director Joe Lynch, which is that the guy is a total geek I don't mean that in bad way. The Wrong Turn Here Soundtrack Promo 5. There is always a semi-contrived plot to keep you interested as the people run from one destination to another, over and over again. This time around, Three Finger, Saw Tooth, and One Eye stalk a young man named Danny and his friends after they arrive at the secluded Hobb Springs hotel, and you can see their blood-splattered fight for survival when the film hits home media this October. Contains 'Wrong Turn': A carload of teenagers takes a wrong turn in the mountains of West Virginia and they become lost.
Only here, they're immediately ousted as unlikeable and dispatched much sooner than later. Audio: Wrong Turn 2: Dead End is presented in Dolby Digital surround and Dolby Digital 5. This was a good call on the part of the filmmakers, as they grew pretty annoying within a minute of being introduced. We are here to help! Yes, they were often grim, gruesome and gory, but the best ones also had a sense of fun, and were never unpleasant torture shows like the steaming pile of crap that is Turistas. Given the fact Wrong Turn was pretty brutal, I'm sure they had some material cut out. It's all very well made and entertaining to watch. His mountain men are gruesome and grotesque, which helps you get wrapped up in the terror each of the characters endure while being chased.
Mister Smith was launched as a joint venture between Constantin and David Garrett, co-founder of Summit Entertainment, at Cannes in 2012. The terrifying franchise continues to thrive as one of the longest running horror series in recent history, and the sixth installment promises to bring more blood and guts than ever before. The guy driving the car is small time grifter Bobby Sean Penn , and while it's not immediately clear why he's driving down the largely abandoned highway, it's clear he's a man on a mission. The mix also exhibits plenty of activity in the rear surrounds. Bringing you all the best reviews of high definition entertainment. U Turn may in fact be something of a detour for the legendary director, but those with a certain ken for off the beaten track viewing experiences may find the supremely odd denizens of Superior, Arizona worth spending a couple of hours with.
Still, the mix is even, with no distortion despite what sounds to me to be fairly high levels. It's a smart move on the part of the filmmakers, as it creates a slightly different formula for suspense. Resolution is on the weaker side of what we've come to enjoy from high-def media. McElroy, who wrote the original 2003 version of Wrong Turn, which was followed by five sequels, is teaming with Resident Evil producer Robert Kulzer and 47 Meters Down producer James Harris on the project. On the bright side, delineation is strong, with plenty of visible details in dark shadows.